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Jul
18
comment Does “faith” enable “love”?
It seems the question in the title is a bit different from the one in the body.
Jul
18
revised What is the biblical argument for eating meat, or that vegetarianism is possible but not commanded?
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Jul
18
comment What is the biblical argument for eating meat, or that vegetarianism is possible but not commanded?
@AffableGeek Hmmm... sometimes the non-biblical rationale seems to be the most convincing...
Jul
18
revised What is the biblical argument for eating meat, or that vegetarianism is possible but not commanded?
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Jul
18
comment What is the biblical argument for eating meat, or that vegetarianism is possible but not commanded?
@DJClayworth Point well taken. Removed that last part.
Jul
18
revised What is the biblical argument for eating meat, or that vegetarianism is possible but not commanded?
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Jul
18
answered What is the biblical argument for eating meat, or that vegetarianism is possible but not commanded?
Jul
18
asked What is the biblical argument for eating meat, or that vegetarianism is possible but not commanded?
Jul
18
reviewed No Action Needed Does the Bible make a distinction between Christian and secular love?
Jul
18
reviewed Reviewed Will we not recognize our loved ones?
Jul
18
revised Will we not recognize our loved ones?
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Jul
18
reviewed No Action Needed How can an angel be a saint?
Jul
18
comment If Jesus was Emmanuel why was he named Yeshua?
Emmanuel is a title--not a name. Emmanuel means "God with us". Jesus was "God with us", the "King of Kings", "Almighty God", "Wonderful Counselor", etc.--all of which are titles, not names. We say "Mr. President", "Mr. Speaker", "Your Honor", etc., but these are titles, not names.
Jul
18
comment How will Jesus be recognized at the time of “Second Coming”?
Apparently, He will still have nail marks in His hands and feet and a big wound in His side.
Jul
17
revised What are Christians trusting God about, when in fallen world circumstance?
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Jul
17
revised Why was the Bible not available to common people in the Medieval period?
grammar, capitalization
Jul
16
comment Is there any evidence for the claim that the Catholic church suppressed translation of Scripture?
I understood from High School English that the origin of the English language is identified to be in the year 1066, so I'm not sure there could be translations prior to that.
Jul
16
comment Must everyone live a quiet life?
And the apostle Paul himself would have been sinning as well, since everywhere he went, riots broke out.
Jul
16
comment Will good, God-fearing people who don't believe in Jesus' divinity be excluded from Heaven?
There is none righteous, no not one.
Jul
15
answered Is the Bible literally the word of God?