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comment Why didn't God reveal all the answers to life?
As a Christian, I do not ponder on unanswered questions -- Isn't this question a bit of an antithesis to that statement? :)
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comment applicability of various biblical laws to today
And note that my comments are in no way meant to express disagreement with your opinion... :)
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comment applicability of various biblical laws to today
In this particular case it doesn't matter much, since the question is closed, and will probably be automatically deleted by the system in a couple of weeks. But moving forward, it would be benefit you to understand better how this site works.
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comment applicability of various biblical laws to today
Well, without that, you're expressing your personal opinion which is expressly disallowed here. If you want your answers to be accepted according to our community guidelines, it's not a recommendation--it is essential that you reference a doctrinal framework.
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comment applicability of various biblical laws to today
Your answer(s) should probably say that then... "According to Southern Baptist doctrine...". And bonus points for referencing an official SB confession of faith (or similar document) which confirms the view is held by them.
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comment applicability of various biblical laws to today
But "doctrinal framework" is the standard by which our community has agreed to abide. Everyone has an opinion, but we require that answers here correspond to a doctrinal framework to limit the number of opinion answers we get.
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comment applicability of various biblical laws to today
I agree that it depends... but that means that an answer needs to provide a doctrinal framework, rather than making a "truth statement."
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comment What did the 70 parts of Adams body represent?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is apparently about Judaism.
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comment If Christianity doesn't abide to old testament rules then why bother with it at all?
possible duplicate of To what extent does the Law of Moses still apply?
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comment applicability of various biblical laws to today
There is no degree of sin -- This isn't exactly true (at least not according to most Christians). See here.
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comment Did God replace Lucifer after the rebellion in Heaven?
Your title asks about Raphael, your question asks about Michael. What do you really mean?
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comment Did the early church believe there were TWO types of descendant from the Nephalim?
In that case, I think the question is off-topic here. It might, however, be on topic at Mi Yodeya.
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comment What's the point of a long, descriptive prayer?
You would do well to edit your question for size. I must say, I don't have the patience to read it all. And I did jump to the end as you suggested, but that looks very much like a duplicate of the other question you mentioned.
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comment Homosexual marriages in the Catholic church
@TheFreemason: Perhaps you would be better with a question asking how Catholics interpret Romans 13:1-2, rather than jumping to a rather ridiculous conclusion about how they presumably "ought" to interpret it in relation to homosexual marriage.
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comment Homosexual marriages in the Catholic church
@TheFreemason: I didn't -1 because I don't like the subject, I -1 because the question shows absolutely no research effort.
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comment When did the concept of “wine is grape juice” originate?
@CharlesAlsobrook: I want to know when the first person proposed that wine in the Bible was not fermented. There's a good chance it happened as part of the temperance movement, but I don't think that can be assumed.
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comment How do Protestants harmonize the creeds and confessions on anthropomorphism?
@curiousdannii: I think you're missing the point. I understand the question to be asking, "How can God (the Father) be "without body, parts", yet also Christ can sit at his "right hand."
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comment Did the early church believe there were TWO types of descendant from the Nephalim?
Your title doesn't at all match your question. Do you care to clarify what it is you're actually asking? Are you just trying to identify this early Jewish piece of literature?
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comment When did the concept of “wine is grape juice” originate?
@CharlesAlsobrook: No, it doesn't.
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comment What is the biblical argument for eating meat, or that vegetarianism is possible but not commanded?
@Narnian: I'm not sure either... that's why I'm in favor of making such questions on-topic. I suggest offering your support on the meta post I linked to :)