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Oct
28
comment What's a list of theological terms to describe how one approaches the bible?
Also, the subject of this question is probably a better fit here than on BH, since it's about Biblical interpretation.
Oct
28
comment What's a list of theological terms to describe how one approaches the bible?
@rhetorician: List questions aren't on topic on BH, either.
Oct
28
comment What's a list of theological terms to describe how one approaches the bible?
@rhetorician: I never said there wasn't wisdom in literal Bible interpretation. I said this question isn't fit for SE.
Oct
28
comment Is there consensus on the age of human civilization?
@CharlesAlsobrook: No, Eclipse is saying that it depends on your definition of "civilization." Funny--those were even the exact words used!
Oct
28
comment What is the Catholic Church's attitude to the use of Viagra in marriage?
How can the church obligate someone to use a specific drug? And which church committee would be responsible for evaluating all new drugs to know if they ought to be mandated on their membership?
Oct
28
comment What's a list of theological terms to describe how one approaches the bible?
@pterandon: I would suggest, then, asking questions about Jerry Fallwell, or Fundamentalists, rather than asking for vague lists, which are off-topic/non-constructive.
Oct
28
comment Man Exists in earth
@Mawia: People shouldn't be answering opinion-based questions here. They should be voting to close such questions.
Oct
28
comment Life of Jesus from the age of 12 to 30?
I might suggest changing this question to say "from the age of 12 to 30", since the bible clearly DOES mention Jesus at the age of 12.
Oct
26
comment How do Christians respond to and/or explain the similarities between other societies' Gods and that of Jesus
Perhaps to bring it within scope, you could ask how Christians respond to and/or explain the similarities between the other stories and that of Jesus. Maybe that's what you're hoping for anyway?
Oct
26
comment How do Christians respond to and/or explain the similarities between other societies' Gods and that of Jesus
That is an improvement; However I fear it's still essentially asking for opinion, and discussion. It's an excellent question, IMO, but not one well suited for the SE format.
Oct
26
comment How do Christians respond to and/or explain the similarities between other societies' Gods and that of Jesus
I suspect one or more good questions can be made out of these parallel stories, but a little more work will need to be done on it.
Oct
26
comment How do Christians respond to and/or explain the similarities between other societies' Gods and that of Jesus
What kind of answer are you hoping for? As you've worded it, the correct answer will be a single word: either "Yes" or "No" That's not a very interesting question/answer. And which answer is "correct" will be a matter of opinion.
Oct
25
comment Does a Christian have to believe in Hell?
@unregistered-matthew7.7: There's very little Jesus said directly about hell. Most of it was either clearly or possibly allegorical. There's far more he says about heaven, which can be taken literally. And the book of Revelation has many interpretations, and most of them are also allegorical.
Oct
25
comment Clarifications on the concept of Trinity according to Catholic creed
Yeah, that's an incorrect understanding of the word.
Oct
25
comment What is biblical view on curiosity?
Asking this question demonstrates curiosity. Curiosity would be a pretty inescapable sin, if it were sinful.
Oct
25
comment Clarifications on the concept of Trinity according to Catholic creed
Apologetics is exactly what you want... Apologetics is the explaining of beliefs.
Oct
25
comment Clarifications on the concept of Trinity according to Catholic creed
That link is to another question on this same web site. I have no idea what you're talking about when you say what is that website 'christian apologetics'
Oct
25
comment Clarifications on the concept of Trinity according to Catholic creed
There are a number of questions on this site about the Trinity already. I expect one of them at least already answers your question. The one above seems the most likely. Have you read these other answers?
Oct
24
comment What's a list of theological terms to describe how one approaches the bible?
First clue this is a list question: It's asking for a list :)
Oct
24
comment Is Jesus the Creator?
To anyone who rejects the idea of Creationism ... the answer would be "no" I suppose that depends on how you define 'Creationism'. I don't identify as a Creationist; more a Theological Evolutionist; but I believe that Jesus was the creator.