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May
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revised Would organisms genetically descendent from humans fall under the purview of the Catholic defined God?
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May
30
comment Would organisms genetically descendent from humans fall under the purview of the Catholic defined God?
I changed my question to address the Catholic perspective.
May
30
revised Would organisms genetically descendent from humans fall under the purview of the Catholic defined God?
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May
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comment Would organisms genetically descendent from humans fall under the purview of the Catholic defined God?
Perhaps I'm optimistic that there IS a Christian perspective. I think some of you are too quick assume there isn't. If there isn't, then I call on Christianity to catch up. However I would agree that I can specify a group instead.
May
30
comment Would organisms genetically descendent from humans fall under the purview of the Catholic defined God?
If you want to close it, I'm curious to know why. Feel free to comment.
May
30
revised Is lust sometimes not sinful?
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May
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comment Is lust sometimes not sinful?
As defined by Webster for example: merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lust
May
30
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May
30
comment Is lust sometimes not sinful?
@Anonymous isn't that an untenable position? According to the current definition of lust, you an lust over your own spouse. That does not lead to adultery. Or does that verse mean lust is only sinful when it's not your partner?
May
30
asked Is lust sometimes not sinful?
May
30
answered How could Jesus' audience hear Jesus without audio installation?
May
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asked Would organisms genetically descendent from humans fall under the purview of the Catholic defined God?
May
19
comment What is the Christian definition of “God”?
How do you know those are the "attributes" of "God"? Can you cite biblical references?
May
19
comment Is it moral or immoral for Satan to punish souls for immoral acts?
The majority of religion is "opinion-based".
Feb
10
comment What established Christian theology speaks to the question of whether or not God is contingent on his followers?
I just want to clarify that I wasn't concerned with the "common" focus.
Feb
10
comment What established Christian theology speaks to the question of whether or not God is contingent on his followers?
Also, I was not asking a question on whether or not "god" is contingent. I'm asking if Christianity is contingent on human existence. That in it of itself demands some other questions.
Feb
10
comment What established Christian theology speaks to the question of whether or not God is contingent on his followers?
There are religions that can exist without humans. Scientology may be an example. I believe this is a relevant question for any religious construct.
Feb
10
asked What established Christian theology speaks to the question of whether or not God is contingent on his followers?
Feb
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