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Jul
15
comment Why wasn't Noah's wife name revealed?
@Bobo Beacuse she kept everything in order in the ark for 12 months.
Jul
15
comment Why wasn't Noah's wife name revealed?
@Bobo No, Noah's wife name is not a 'small detail'.
Jul
9
comment Is there a biblical basis for the division caused by theology?
+1, especially because it is intersting the shown difference between essential and non-essential things.
Feb
23
comment Real vs fake pastors
Watch out for pastors who use church finances to "pay themselves" and buy extravagant homes, cars and/or other extravagant items.
Feb
14
comment How did the second Vatican council (aka Vatican II) address the concept of limbo?
@Sean, they said 'limbo' is where people stay without any problem, so it had to be removed to have more faith.
Jan
24
comment Can theology be defined “the science of faith” nowadays?
@Anony., yes, I know, but I'm looking for an Adoptionist Church, though, and I'm talking with my brothers to convince them Jesus is not the natural Son of God.
Jan
24
comment Can theology be defined “the science of faith” nowadays?
@Anony., before knowing this site I considered myself a Catholic, but now I recognize myself as Adoptionist because I do not think Jesus is the natural Son of God, and peace be with you.
Jan
24
comment Can theology be defined “the science of faith” nowadays?
@Cale., and, if any, why what cannot be scientifically proven or disproven falls outside the scientific sphere, but theology would be immune to this assumptiom? After all God is not an object for human experimentation, though.
Jan
24
comment Can theology be defined “the science of faith” nowadays?
@Anony., perhaps it seems, but it is not, though; I'm a christian, anyway.
Jan
20
comment Can a Catholic marriage be annulled because one doesn't believe to Sacred Trinity anymore?
@Ward, annulments by Diocese at country level are illegit, though.
Jan
17
comment Is baptism a form of exorcism, or is that just a Hollywood myth?
Narn., not only in Hollywood, though.
Jan
16
comment Is the light that is created on the first day the sun?
@Narnian, I'm not an expert, and so I cannot respond precisely to the first question, but I think it is plausible that Jesus existed, even if I would exclude that he was the natural Son of God. Rather I'm inclined to think that he was the carnal son of Joseph and Mary and that he had a 'special' relation with God in the sense that he had the ability to 'hear' the Word of God. Sorry for my sloppy English, I hope you understand what I want to mean.
Jan
16
comment Are there Christian denominations that are beginning a discussion about the fact that Jesus was really the son of God?
@curiousdanni, because such a story is entirely unbelievable nowadays.
Jan
16
comment Is the light that is created on the first day the sun?
@Narnian, yes, I think it is so, there are no historical evidences, but I don't exclude that some stories narrating those characters are inspired from plausible situations.
Jan
16
comment Is the light that is created on the first day the sun?
I think these arguments make no sense because Genesis is entirely a metaphorical visualization of the world, nor less nor more.
Jan
16
comment Are there Christian denominations that are beginning a discussion about the fact that Jesus was really the son of God?
@asfallows, thank you for having edited the question, which now is better phrased and more focused.
Jan
15
comment Are there Christian denominations that are beginning a discussion about the fact that Jesus was really the son of God?
@Steven, I'm very, really, actually surprised that a non-son-of-god theory exists. Especially 'Adoptionism' seems a reliable theory, of which I was not aware because where I live these things are not explained, rather, if any, they are hidden by the dominant catholic culture. However, nowadays, after 2014 years, no one can really believe that Jesus was the natural Son of God, so I'm starting to adere to 'Adoptionism'.
Jan
14
comment Are there Christian denominations that are beginning a discussion about the fact that Jesus was really the son of God?
@ TRi., and, in my opinion Jesus was a person who had a special friendship with God; a friendship which make he capable talking in someway with God.
Jan
14
comment Are there Christian denominations that are beginning a discussion about the fact that Jesus was really the son of God?
@ TRi., and, anyway, while my efforts to believe Jesus was son of God are great, I'm not able to believe this fact is true. I think Christianity need to revise some interpretations of the Sacre Scriptures to make them more actual and to tend towards unity.
Jan
14
comment Are there Christian denominations that are beginning a discussion about the fact that Jesus was really the son of God?
@ TRi., sorry, I know that the question is poorly phrased, but my sloppy English does't consent me to do better. Nonetheless, if any, feel free to edit the question to make it less 'does X exist?' and more focused towards its core part 'is it strictly needed to believe Jesus is son of God to be Christians?'