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awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Sep
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answered According to reformed theology, does reformed theology fall apart if one removes the doctrine of predestination?
Sep
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
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comment Did Jesus' disciples believe Jesus was God or a prophet?
+1. Also, might be helpful to put the Scripture references in the quoted area. I realize you linked to them, but its more user friendly to see it in the quote IMO.
Sep
11
comment Are intentional sins somehow “worse?”
@AffableGeek: glad I could help and thanks for the explanation.
Sep
11
revised Are intentional sins somehow “worse?”
fixed typos
Sep
11
suggested suggested edit on Are intentional sins somehow “worse?”
Sep
11
answered Are intentional sins somehow “worse?”
Sep
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answered How do I find Jesus in everything?
Aug
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comment Jesus got angry in the temple - should we do that too?
Good to point out the Mark 11:11 reference to show Jesus was deliberate and in control when responding.
Aug
30
revised Jesus got angry in the temple - should we do that too?
added link to proverbs on anger
Aug
30
answered Jesus got angry in the temple - should we do that too?
Aug
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comment Should husbands submit to wives?
@a_hardin: thanks for the edits
Aug
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awarded  Necromancer
Aug
27
comment Why is the word Lord in all Capital letters in the Old Testament but not in the new?
Downvote w/ no explanation?
Aug
27
revised Should husbands submit to wives?
added more of Ephesians in the quote and a further explanation of that text
Aug
27
awarded  Commentator
Aug
27
comment Why should a sinner suffer forever in hell fire?
Punishment seems to be a (if not the) primary motive behind the biblical understanding of hell.
Aug
27
comment Why should a sinner suffer forever in hell fire?
I like Lewis, but the Bible doesn't support the notion of hell being separation from God: "If anyone worships the beast and its image...he also will drink the wine of God's wrath, poured full strength into the cup of his anger, and he will be tormented with fire and sulfur in the presence of the holy angels and in the presence of the Lamb" (Rev 14:9,10; emphasis mine). Christ is present. I agree with the notion that those in hell remain rebels, continue to hate God, etc. Just not the separation from God part.