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Apr
2
comment Faith vs Works for salvation
Baptist is far from the majority of Protestants, but it is a much more narrow scope, yes.
Apr
2
comment Faith vs Works for salvation
"Catholic" would also be too broad for this question, by the way, as even within the Catholic church there are different views.
Apr
2
comment Faith vs Works for salvation
1) Protestant is not a denomination, either. 2) The evangelical segment of Protestantism is far too broad to answer this question. You need to be more specific. You might as well ask about all of Christianity.
Apr
2
comment Faith vs Works for salvation
@yes,that's why I VTCed. The question is far too broad. The evangelical view on this question has countless answers. It needs to be narrowed drastically.
Apr
2
comment Faith vs Works for salvation
Evangelical is not a denomination.
Apr
1
comment Has God ever commanded or instructed anything that He himself did not also satisfy?
I don't understand your question. God commanded Noah to build an Ark. God never built an Ark. God commanded Joshua to march on Jericho. God never marched on Jericho. God commanded the Israelites to collect mana. God never collected mana.
Mar
31
comment Pre-flood Rock Monsters? Modern Noah Mythology?
This question might be on-topic on Movies & TV, but it's clearly not on topic here, unless you want to change the question to "Does the Bible mention pre-flood rock monsters?" but you seem to already know the answer to that question.
Mar
31
comment Pre-flood Rock Monsters? Modern Noah Mythology?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about movie production decisions.
Mar
31
comment Do any Christian traditions think that evil desires are not sin?
@Cohen_the_Librarian: I think every tradition teaches that it's okay to be tempted, at least in certain circumstances.
Mar
31
comment Which scriptures are used to justify ignoring feelings?
@AaronKorn: No, I'm saying exactly what I'm saying. There is no hidden meaning: Faith is action
Mar
30
comment How are Romans 3:24 and James 2:17 reconciled?
Okay... I think the clearest way to ask your question would probably be along the lines of "What does 'faith without works is dead' mean in James 2:17?"
Mar
30
comment How are Romans 3:24 and James 2:17 reconciled?
I'm not quite sure what you're asking... Can you spell out precisely what your doubt/question is regarding these to verses? I'm not entirely sure if it's on-topic here, or as you say, a pastoral advice question... but it would certainly help to be more explicit.
Mar
29
comment What is the basis for faith not being an emotion or feeling?
A better question would be "What is the basis for disregarding the definition of a word and thinking it means something else?"
Mar
29
comment What is the basis for faith not being an emotion or feeling?
What is the basis for faith not being an emotion or feeling? The definition.
Mar
29
comment Which scriptures are used to justify ignoring feelings?
@AaronKorn: No, faith is absolutely not an emotion or feeling. Faith is action based upon belief, sustained by confidence. -- Dr. Gene Scott.
Mar
27
comment Why is Christianity so despised in the World?
@CecilBeckum: So you're seeking opinions... also off-topic.
Mar
27
comment Why is Christianity so despised in the World?
-1 This answer is opinion, and doesn't represent any official doctrine.
Mar
27
comment Why is Christianity so despised in the World?
Are you asking for a theological explanation? If so, according to whom? Or are you asking for a sociological explanation? If so, this question is off-topic.
Mar
26
comment Genesis 30: 25-43 defying genetics
"Selective breeding" isn't really the same as "genetic engineering", as the term is used today.
Mar
26
comment How do YECs respond to the lack of non-Christian buy-in to their “creation science”?
Very well. Lets not argue semantics. If the experiments that verify aspects of Creationism are valid, why don't any non-Christians consider them to be valid science?