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Feb
28
comment Has the distinction of the human and divine natures in Jesus Christ been established?
@Dan - "This is a conversation question..." - What is a "conversation question"? "If they are looking for specific meanings to words..." - Who are "they" here?
Feb
28
comment What's the first recorded case of the Church's persecuting heretics?
Marc, this is a very valuable input. Thank you.
Feb
28
comment What's the first recorded case of the Church's persecuting heretics?
@cwallenpool - WOW!!! That's news to me. So the Church in fact acted against Constantine?! How did it happen that Constantine eventually took the Church's side? Where can I read more about it (preferably on the internet)?
Feb
28
accepted What's the first recorded case of the Church's persecuting heretics?
Feb
28
comment What's the first recorded case of the Church's persecuting heretics?
Jay, I agree I haven't been specific enough in my question.Now I am thinking about how to specify it properly. Nevertheless, I think you HAVE answered it. Thank you.
Feb
28
asked What's the first recorded case of the Church's persecuting heretics?
Feb
28
comment Has the distinction of the human and divine natures in Jesus Christ been established?
So (just double-checking) as far as I can see from your last quote, the distinction between those two inseparable natures in Jesus Christ WAS clearly established and proclaimed, right?
Feb
28
comment Has the distinction of the human and divine natures in Jesus Christ been established?
"On the contrary, mainstream Christianity has held that the human and divine natures of Christ are not separable" - James, my question was not about them being inseparable, but about them being distinct. I know that they are inseparable and that it was one of the main dogmas in the Church.
Feb
28
asked Has the distinction of the human and divine natures in Jesus Christ been established?
Feb
28
comment Is it true that Martin Luther used some bad language in his own writings?
Thank you Dan. I am surprised there is even a whole website composed of Luther's slurs. However, it really makes me feel quite sad as I really have a lot of respect toward Luther, and I wish he behaved in a more humble way.
Feb
27
comment Was “eye for an eye” law in the O.T. imperative or only permissive?
Thank you Bruce. Very interesting link.
Feb
27
asked Relationships between God the Father, Mary and the two natures of Jesus Christ
Feb
27
comment Have there been any attempt in Christianity to draw a set of rules or principles on how the Bible must be interpreted?
WOW!!! Thanks a lot, Dan.
Feb
27
accepted Have there been any attempt in Christianity to draw a set of rules or principles on how the Bible must be interpreted?
Feb
26
revised Have there been any attempt in Christianity to draw a set of rules or principles on how the Bible must be interpreted?
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Feb
26
comment Have there been any attempt in Christianity to draw a set of rules or principles on how the Bible must be interpreted?
I agree with you about the finishing line there. However, having read that question and answers, I feel now that my question IS a duplicate.
Feb
26
comment Was “eye for an eye” law in the O.T. imperative or only permissive?
Ah! I see. Thank you.
Feb
26
asked Have there been any attempt in Christianity to draw a set of rules or principles on how the Bible must be interpreted?
Feb
26
comment Was “eye for an eye” law in the O.T. imperative or only permissive?
Thanks for this clarification.
Feb
26
comment Was “eye for an eye” law in the O.T. imperative or only permissive?
Thanks for your answer. What is Hammurabi Code?