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I'm a full-time software developer for eFolder, Inc, working remotely. I from Wichita, KS but have been traveling the globe since June, 2013.

I am pro-tem moderator for Spanish Language.


Oct
12
comment In Proverbs 19:20 whom should one hear, receive from, and accept? God or any wise man?
This question appears to be off-topic because it would be better on BH.SE.
Oct
12
comment Can Catholics receive sacraments via Skype?
I would probably suggest broadening the question to say "remotely", as it's incredibly unlikely the church has any ruling about Skype in particular, but may have a ruling on other forms of remote communication (namely telephone).
Oct
12
comment Can Catholics receive sacraments via Skype?
Which sacraments? It's pretty difficult to baptize someone via Skype. It's pretty difficult to administer the Eucharist via Skype. Marriage might be possible via Skype.
Oct
12
comment Have Archaeologists recovered pieces of Noah's Ark?
I think this question can be answered... along the lines of "Many have claimed to find pieces of Noah's ark, but nobody has made any discovery which is considered authentic or authoritative by a consensus of archaeologists."
Oct
11
comment What blood group did Jesus Christ have?
Nor will we ever know -- we might upon the second coming... if he submits to blood tests at that time :)
Oct
11
comment Did Martin Luther effectively teach that our justification is like white snow covering over dung?
Thanks for the reference, but that quote isn't anywhere to be found on that page...
Oct
11
comment Did Martin Luther effectively teach that our justification is like white snow covering over dung?
Do you have a reference for your second quote about Luther?
Oct
10
comment In reference to humans becoming Angels?
Most Christians would say that humans cannot become angels. What makes you think they can?
Oct
9
comment Why is the Gospel of Thomas considered heretical by Nicene Christians?
@gideonmarx: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gospel_of_Thomas#Attestation
Oct
2
comment What is the basis of the worship of the Blessed Sacrament?
I downvoted because this question, like many of your others, shows a complete lack of research effort. Literally the first google result for "Blessed Sacrament" is this Wikipedia article, which answers your question in the second sentence. 30 seconds is all it would have taken you...
Sep
25
comment Are there any Protestant denominations that have specific requirements for baptism?
It might be. But first, what are you trying to learn by asking this series of questions?
Sep
25
comment Are there any Protestant denominations that have specific requirements for baptism?
My suggestion is to narrow your question to a specific denomination.
Sep
25
comment Are there any Protestant denominations that have specific requirements for baptism?
That's kind of correct, kind of incorrect, and kind of not understanding the situation. But it doesn't narrow the scope of this question sufficiently. It might make for a good separate question, though.
Sep
25
comment Are there any Protestant denominations that have specific requirements for baptism?
According to which protestants?
Sep
17
comment What is the significance of the names of the 4 rivers in the Garden of Eden?
This does not answer the question. Perhaps it points to an answer, but you should at least summarize the answer here.
Sep
16
comment What changed between the Old and New Testaments?
I'm sure a summary statement like yours is possible, but that's still only one interpretation of many. I guess I thought you were asking for answers from the SB background, since you mentioned that, but then I now see that you also are asking for a broader answer, so perhaps I was wrong to add that tag.
Sep
16
comment What changed between the Old and New Testaments?
There are dozens, if not hundreds, of books on this topic. I'm afraid it's far too big an issue--with far too many varying opinions--to really be addressed here.
Sep
15
comment What would be a typical Christian Pacifist response to 'rampant evil' - say in the form of large scale terrorism?
@robertbristow-johnson: The Amish refuse to participate in politics at all. Some Mennonites may do the same, but it's hardly a defining characteristic of Mennonite culture--at least where I'm from.
Sep
15
comment Verses that argue with those who are athiests?
@ShemSeger: That's not really true. Atheism was well known even during the time of Christ. In fact, the Jews were often accused of being atheists, because they didn't worship statues--and the Holy of Holies, where their god resided, was empty!! You can't accuse an entire race of being atheistic if the concept isn't well known.
Sep
15
comment What is the significance of water from Jesus' side?
What is the significance... according to whom?