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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.


Nov
5
comment Is the presence of evil necessary for good to be expressed?
@Grasper: You're committing a category error and other logical fallacies. To say one must fight against lustful thoughts is not the same category as saying that one can enjoy an exclusive relationship without having been cheated on.
Nov
5
comment Is the presence of evil necessary for good to be expressed?
Do you need your wife to cheat on you to enjoy an exclusive relationship with her? Clearly not. Does a child need to be abandoned by his mother to know what motherly love is? Clearly not. The concept that good is dependent upon evil is easily disproved with many such examples.
Nov
5
comment Is the presence of evil necessary for good to be expressed?
@ShemSeger: That's not saying that evil must exist. It seems instead to be saying that we have no right to complain.
Nov
4
comment What is the difference between evangelizing and proselytizing?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is question for the dictionary. See proselytize and evangelize.
Nov
3
comment Are the theories of Evolution and the Big Bang now binding to Catholics and to be held as true?
What do you mean by binding? Are you asking if a Catholic can be excommunicated if they don't believe in theistic evolution?
Nov
3
comment What is the biblical basis for modern-day prophets?
@fredsbend: But the answer to that question implies the answer to this one.
Nov
2
comment Within Reformed Theology, can a man who has never heard of God and realizes his own sin be saved?
The most common answer from a Reformed theologian to your "Background" question would be "there are is no innocent man."
Nov
1
comment What exactly does it mean that Jesus Christ is the son of God?
That isn't very simply put at all.
Oct
31
comment What does “gates of hell” mean in Matthew 16:18?
Speculative answers are not appropriate on this site. If you know of any official church group which accepts this interpretation, please add that to your answer.
Oct
31
comment Do Mormons believe that all spirits are omnipresent?
Don't mormons believe that humans and animals have spirits? Humans and animals are most assuredly not omni-present... I suppose one could argue that their spirits are somehow omnipresent, but not aware of it... but that's not a very meaningful sense of omnipresence...
Oct
31
comment What is the history of the concept of a “personal relationship with Jesus”?
Most of these references are speaking corporately. "And then I will declare to them", "Jesus understands every weakness of ours", etc. This doesn't really seem to address the question.
Oct
29
comment Are Anabaptists' re-baptisms really conditional baptisms?
@Geremia: Anabaptists believe in a believer's baptism. This infant baptism is considered invalid, thus re-baptism only happens for those who were baptized as infants.
Oct
29
comment Are Anabaptists' re-baptisms really conditional baptisms?
What makes you think they were "conditional"? Have you heard this rumor before? As a (nearly) life-long Anabaptist myself, I've never heard of this concept.
Oct
29
comment Why do Jehovah's Witnesses not pray with people of other faith?
I (a protestant Christian) have prayed with a friend who is a JW before. Although she is a relatively new JW and may not have known about this "rule."
Oct
28
comment Why was Lucifer created?
@FMS: That edit probably wasn't appropriate, as it significantly changes the meaning of the question. Even so, I'm pretty sure the VtC as duplicate was appropriate.
Oct
28
comment Is there a biblical basis for Satan being omnipresent?
Then I suggest asking that, but again, as a separate question. "Is there a Biblical case that Satan is omnipresent?"
Oct
28
comment Is there a biblical basis for Satan being omnipresent?
This needs to be split into two questions: One asking for the Biblical basis for God's omnipresent, and one asking if Satan is omnipresent. The later question probably needs to specific a specific faith tradition, as well.
Oct
28
comment Why was Lucifer created?
What are you talking about? Lucifer was not the destruction of Mankind. The fact that we are having this conversation is proof.
Oct
28
comment Is engagement considered as marriage?
This requires some additional scoping as there are differing opinions. From which perspective would you like an answer?
Oct
28
comment Order of Creation and headship
You have mis-paraphrased 1 Cor 11:8. It doesn't say anything about the order of creation, it says man came from woman (which of course implies order, but the point isn't the order).