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I often chose best answers not because they are the best, but because I have to choose a best answer. Please, don't take offense to it.


Feb
4
comment What evidence do we have today about Christian groups not represented at the first four ecumenical councils?
I am quite puzzled by the claim made by Audio Sancto on the regard of Thomas' evangelizing Americas. I wonder if the source he has provided is a credible one. I really want to read that book.
Feb
4
comment What evidence do we have today about Christian groups not represented at the first four ecumenical councils?
@Audio Sancto - How can I read that book that you gave us the link to? I can only see the cover and the title, but how can I get to its text?
Feb
3
comment What evidence do we have today about Christian groups not represented at the first four ecumenical councils?
Ah! I see. Thank you.
Feb
3
comment What evidence do we have today about Christian groups not represented at the first four ecumenical councils?
Wait a moment, but wasn't Nestorius' teachings condemned as heretical in the First Council of Ephesus in 431?
Jan
26
comment How many languages did apostle Paul speak?
@Muke Tever - WOW!!! Thank you for this input.
Jan
26
revised How many languages did apostle Paul speak?
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Jan
26
asked How many languages did apostle Paul speak?
Jan
23
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
17
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
17
awarded  Quorum
Jan
16
revised Why neither David nor Solomon were stoned to death?
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Jan
16
comment Why neither David nor Solomon were stoned to death?
Thanks. I think you've nailed it.
Jan
16
accepted Why neither David nor Solomon were stoned to death?
Jan
16
asked Has the Catholic church ever voiced its view on the possibility of aliens' existence?
Jan
15
comment Is it possible to believe in Jesus, pray to Him and be baptized and yet not get regenerated?
@David - Thank you!!!
Jan
15
comment Is it possible to believe in Jesus, pray to Him and be baptized and yet not get regenerated?
@David - It looks like you were giving me a link in the very last comment, but something went wrong.
Jan
15
comment Has the name “Jesus” ever been used for naming Jewish children since the Savior's incarnation?
@Caleb - I asked this question here because besides getting the knowledge about the fact, I also didn't want to miss on some important observations that might have been made by Christian believers regarding this fact (something that I would have less likely received on the "Jewish Life and Learning"). However, if my question is really so much off-topic here, I don't mind moving it to judaism.se
Jan
15
comment Are there any of the OT commandments of God that have been cancelled, but not clearly pronounced as cancelled in the NT?
In the very beginning of your answer you are quoting somebody and attributing those words to me, while I don't remember saying that. Whom are you quoting there?
Jan
14
comment What's the main logical basis that is put forth by those Christians who don't believe in the existence of God?
@Marc - In my church they call this case "Nominal Christians"
Jan
14
comment Is it possible to believe in Jesus, pray to Him and be baptized and yet not get regenerated?
@Affable Geek - No, no, no, I am not assuming that, although I am quite thankful to you for saying what you've just said. I am just trying to explore the concept of "total-ness of repentance" that was put forth here by David Stratton (read above the end of his first comment-answer to my follow-up questions). I was just trying to understand what he meant when he said that the repentance must be total.