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comment Why should the book of Enoch be considered canonical?
This isn't a question. It's a dissertation. Care to edit for length so I might actually want to read it?
Dec
15
comment Devil's Sons (Wheat and tares)
Also We can't handle the truth.
Dec
15
comment How have Christian theologians historically reconciled the idea of creation ex-nihlo with the creation account?
@Jas3.1: You are asking for "well-referenced" opinions of "respected theologians." That's not the opposite of opinions. To not be opinion-based (by our site guidelines) you must specify a specific faith tradition/denomination.
Dec
15
comment Devil's Sons (Wheat and tares)
Welcome to our community. We don't do opinions here. Take a look at How we are different from other sites.
Dec
15
comment Is this age the only opportunity for salvation?
I don't understand at all what you are asking. Can you clarify? When editing your question, assume we don't have any background information to go on, so explain as much as possible.
Dec
15
comment Why did Daniel feel the need to pray towards Jerusalem, even at the cost of his own life?
Note that Chapters 1-6's authorship is not generally attributed to Daniel. See here.
Dec
15
comment How have Christian theologians historically reconciled the idea of creation ex-nihlo with the creation account?
This needs a doctrinal framework to be answered. As worded it is asking for opinions/speculation.
Dec
15
comment On the Catholic Perspective on the incarnation of Jesus, according to St.Thomas Aquinas: Two natures, one Person
Much better, thanks.
Dec
15
comment On the Catholic Perspective on the incarnation of Jesus, according to St.Thomas Aquinas: Two natures, one Person
An answer should provide an actual answer to the question, not just links. Can you summarize the answer (presumably) provided by the linked articles?
Dec
15
comment Do any Protestant denominations practice meditative or contemplative prayer?
This doesn't answer the question, which is about denominations. Your answer provides an example of a single individual.
Dec
15
comment Does God have a “soul”?
I think this question is too broad, for two primary reasons. 1) The definition of "soul" is not universally agreed upon, so the answer to this question will depend on which definition you choose. 2) Different denominations or doctrines may have different views on this issue. Therefore, to make this question on-topic, I believe you must, at minimum, specify which doctrinal framework you care about (and that may implicitly provide the also necessary definition of "soul").
Dec
15
comment What was the light of the first day of creation?
This answer appears to be based mostly on speculation, which isn't really welcome here. I'm not downvoting, however, since the question itself is asking for speculation. Instead, I have voted to close the question, as it doesn't fit within current site guidelines.
Dec
15
comment Did John Bunyan really dream the Pilgrim's Progress? Had he memorized all the verses?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about literary genres, and has nothing, specifically to do with Christianity.
Dec
15
comment Could Jesus Christ hate something or someone?
@Bye: No apology necessary. No harm done. :)
Dec
15
comment Could Jesus Christ hate something or someone?
@Bye: I would say that's a deficiency of the question, not of the answer.
Dec
14
comment Can people be saved after the rapture?
And how are Gentiles relevant?
Dec
14
comment Can people be saved after the rapture?
According to whom?
Dec
14
comment From a reformed theology perspective, is there any Biblical argument against having a concubine?
It is generally accepted that "having a concubine" = "not socially accepted" By whom?
Dec
13
comment What is the basis for the idea that marriage requires a ceremony?
This does not answer the question. It's also based primarily on personal opinion (not to imply that I disagree with the opinion).
Dec
12
comment The synagogue of Satan and those who claim to be Jews but are not
I would guess is not a good opening for a quality answer.