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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.


Jan
20
comment What are the steps for a non-Catholic Christian to become a Catholic?
As re-worded, this question is on topic (although likely too broad), but still a duplicate.
Jan
19
comment Where to find information about numbers of Mormons in France, Poland, Russia during WW2
This might be a better question for History.SE.
Jan
19
comment Did God ever talk about his other creations?
@Flimzy: Becuase 'extra-terrestrial-life' has only one meaning. 'aliens' has multiple meanings, especially in the context of scripture. And considering the small number of affected questions (and a good portion of them were previously tagged extra-terrestrial-life as of 2 days ago), I figured it wasn't likely to be a big deal.. if I'm wrong, we can certainly bring it up on meta.
Jan
18
comment How did the American Prosperity Gospel originate?
-1 for lack of research effort. Wikipedia answers this.
Jan
18
comment Do any denominations have official doctrine regarding humans on other planets?
Humans, or non-human extra-terrestrial life forms?
Jan
15
comment Forgiveness Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit
Who teaches this? Can you provide a reference?
Jan
15
comment Did God create Earth as a temporary place of confinement for Lucifer and his Angels?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about God's motives.
Jan
15
comment What do the words Catholic and Protestant mean?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about dictionary definitions.
Jan
13
comment Is there any account of a religious marriage ceremony in the scripture?
Practically every aspect of life was considered "religious" at the time the Bible was written. The separation of church (or religion) and state hadn't been conceived yet, thus the concept of a civil marriage as distinct from a religious marriage didn't really exist.
Jan
13
comment Do any prominent theologians point to Old Testament prophecies of there being two comings of the Messiah?
@Mr.Bultitude: Did you read that meta post? The consensus appears to be that "prominent theologian" is lazy, at best, but that the question about which the question was asked, was good on other grounds.
Jan
13
comment Do any prominent theologians point to Old Testament prophecies of there being two comings of the Messiah?
prominent theologians is not a sufficient scope, as it's very subjective.
Jan
6
comment According to Jehovah's Witnesses, who are the 144,000 mentioned in the book of Revelations?
Can you provide a reference that says this is how JWs interpret the verse?
Jan
6
comment Why is Jesus the Son of God and the Truth, but not Mansoor Hallaj?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about Sufism, and/or entirely opinion-based.
Jan
6
comment Is Jesus the seed of Abraham?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about biology.
Jan
6
comment Possible sources of corruption in scripture a problem for creationists?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is essentially a "convince me" question.
Jan
6
comment Has God ever commanded or instructed anything that He himself did not also satisfy?
So you've changed the "rules now"... now the question is "Did God ever command himself to do something which he didn't do?"?
Jan
5
comment Has the Gospel been completely preserved textually and linguistically since the time of Jesus?
The written Gospel didn't even exist at the time of Jesus, so how could it have been preserved?
Jan
5
comment What's the difference between predestination and predeterminism?
@Mr.Bultitude: The more important question is: What does the Bible mean by the word, and what do Calvinists (or others) mean by the word, and is if there are possible differences, what are they?
Jan
5
comment What's the difference between predestination and predeterminism?
@Mr.Bultitude: Whether it's a Biblical word or not has absolutely nothing to do with the undeniable fact that it is also a Calvinist doctrinal word. Calvinists are allowed to use Biblical words in their doctrine.
Jan
5
comment Can science prove Calvinism wrong?
Whoa... how did we get from quantum physics to rape? I think you're trying to be argumentative, @Grasper.