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Feb
11
comment What is the Catholic understanding of omnipotence?
This is a good answer, but not a Catholic one. If this is the accepted answer, then I propose that the question is actually a duplicate of this one.
Feb
11
comment Have Creationists advanced any particular Theories of Origin that they claim are falsifiable via the scientific method?
@DickHarfield: I don't think I can answer that question for you. It's a judgment call only you can make. If I was going to answer the question, the answer wouldn't look much at all like yours, so in that sense, I could say a delete (and possible rewrite) would be my course of action. But that doesn't mean it's the only way to go.
Feb
11
comment Have Creationists advanced any particular Theories of Origin that they claim are falsifiable via the scientific method?
@DickHarfield: I think much of what you wrote (but not all) is pretty accurate, but doesn't really address the question.
Feb
10
comment How do you answer the unanswerable questions?
possible duplicate of What is meant by "God is Omnipotent"?
Feb
10
comment Can God kill himself?
Also related/duplicate: christianity.stackexchange.com/q/8242/20
Feb
10
comment What is the Catholic understanding of omnipotence?
I have attempted to clarify the question a bit. I hope I haven't altered your meaning. If I have, feel free to roll back my edit.
Feb
10
comment Do any major denominations refuse to recognize Holy Baptism in other denominations
I don't have any idea what you're talking about. The question isn't about who hates whom.
Feb
10
comment Do any major denominations refuse to recognize Holy Baptism in other denominations
I don't disagree with your answer. :) I'm not picking on you. :)
Feb
10
comment Do any major denominations refuse to recognize Holy Baptism in other denominations
That's fine, but it needs sources still.
Feb
10
comment Do any major denominations refuse to recognize Holy Baptism in other denominations
This needs sources, not just "it is my understanding."
Feb
10
comment How do protestants understand Jesus' statement that unless we eat the flesh of the Son of Man we will have no life?
I see this one as a too-broad superset of the other. The other asks specifically about those who reject transubstantiation. This one talks about all protestants (many of whom embrace transubstantiation).
Feb
10
comment Is creationism falsifiable?
@WalterMitty: And versions of that theory still persist (particularly the idea of an infinite Big Bang/Big Crunch cycle).
Feb
10
comment To use or not use portable receptacles for baptism?
@DoubleU: I saw that part, and it confused me, considering that I've never seen a portable Jacuzzi, but I have seen portable tubs and baptismals.
Feb
10
comment To use or not use portable receptacles for baptism?
@fredsbend: I could understand that, but tubs and baptismals aren't "natural water bodies".
Feb
10
comment Can God kill himself?
@MelgoV: Yes. That is the basis of my answer linked above. "Omnipotence is the quality of having unlimited power." Unlimited power means exactly that: Unlimited power. Not "the ability to contradict logic." Did you read the second part of that article, which addresses precisely that point?
Feb
10
comment Can God kill himself?
See also my answer here to a related question. (Esp. @MelgoV)
Feb
10
comment Can God kill himself?
@TheFreemason: It is a philosophical question, and it would be appropriate to VtC as off-topic, but VtCed as a dupe, because we already have a question that effectively answers this one (and any other question about "Can God do [any thing that might be considered impossible]?" and I prefer to point a new visitor in the right direction, when possible, rather than simply shut down their question
Feb
10
comment Can God kill himself?
@MelgoV: That's not what "almighty" means. Being almighty does not make it possible to do the impossible. Being almighty means you can do anything which can be done.
Feb
10
comment Can God kill himself?
possible duplicate of How do you answer the unanswerable questions?
Feb
9
comment Do Christians believe that Jews must still follow the Mosaic law?
Which Christians? I think most Christians would say that it doesn't matter. But there might be some who have an opinion on this... for us to address it, it needs a doctrinal scope.