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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.


Jan
9
comment Is it known whether Adam and Eve had the ability to experience physical pain before the fall?
@gentmatt - How am I supposed to know if it's answerable or not before asking it?
Jan
9
comment Is the eternal life unique as it is?
@Narnian - So what will it be needed for then?
Jan
9
comment Is the eternal life unique as it is?
@Narnian - Thank you for your answer. So, the tree of life, according to your question is the physical life then, right? "The former would inhibit our relationship with God" - I am a bit puzzled here. Why do you say inhibit? Why would then God need to give us the tree of life in the future again (Rev. 2:7)?
Jan
9
comment How much realization of one's own sinfulness is needed for a person to be saved?
@Caleb - "you should do that by asking about the specific concerns you have with them" - Okay let's take this question (above). I honestly have no other specific concerns here besides what I have already described in the question.
Jan
9
comment How much realization of one's own sinfulness is needed for a person to be saved?
@Caleb - "This site is not intended to be a good place to figure out the ultimate truth on any issue" - which is exactly why I said that the young Christians would be scared away from site. Young Christians are always quite absolutistic and they always want to figure out the ultimate truth first.
Jan
9
comment How much realization of one's own sinfulness is needed for a person to be saved?
@Caleb - And yes, you are absolutely wrong about me "mashing my questions into beginner friendly format". I am very sincere here in all my questions and if I am asking them I am not pretending. Sure, I do possess the knowledge of some possible answers, but if I am still asking a question that means that I am not quite satisfied by them. I don;t know why you git that impression about me. Perhaps, is has to do with me not being a native English speaker and, therefore, not being to formulate them properly. Thus, they often sound either too childish or too straightforward.
Jan
9
comment How much realization of one's own sinfulness is needed for a person to be saved?
@Caleb - I never said and never meant to say that I am a young Christian. I became a Christian in 1993 - almost 20 years so I think it's already not young. However, I know for sure that if I came to this site in 1994 and started asking my numerous questions that I had at that time, I would be scared away by its policies, particularly, by the need to specify the tradition of which I am intending to get the answer from. Back in 1994 I even had no knowledge of all the numerous Christian traditions, however, I really wanted to know the truth, regardless of traditions.
Jan
9
comment Is the eternal life unique as it is?
I am simply talking about life. You know, you are reading these words, you are typing some words now, you are breathing because you have life in you. If you can see through your window a green tree and some birds sitting in it, you know that the tree is green and the birds are singing, because they have life in them. Now if you happen to see a corpse of a human, or of a bird or a dry tree trunk, you will know for sure that they can't breathe or move by themselves because there is no life in them (it used to be in them, but now it's not there, i.e. that life was/is not eternal).
Jan
8
comment How much realization of one's own sinfulness is needed for a person to be saved?
I see there is no way for young Christians to ask questions on this site
Jan
7
comment Is it true that Martin Luther never considered the works of the early Church Fathers?
WOW!! That's just amazing! Thank you very much!
Jan
6
comment Which languages did Huldrych Zwingli know?
Wow!!! Thank you!
Jan
6
comment Which languages did Huldrych Zwingli know?
@Rex Kerr - Wkipedia only says that he "studied Latin" and "left Bern without completing his Latin studies", "perfected his Creek" and "took up the study of Hebrew". From this I can hardly infer whether or not he eventually mastered any of those three languages (especially Latin and Hebrew).
Jan
6
comment Did Martin Luther know Hebrew or Greek?
WOW!!! Thank you!
Jan
3
comment Is there any place in the Bible or any logical argument disproving the “physical” interpretation of Christ's being the Only Begotten Son?
Thank you! Your constructions here are very logical. "God would at best be his grandfather..." - this phrase made me laugh :)
Oct
30
comment What doctrines are based on 1st Timothy 4:14 when hands are laid on a believer?
@Flimzy - I used the Recovery Version: online.recoveryversion.org/…
Oct
28
comment What doctrines are based on 1st Timothy 4:14 when hands are laid on a believer?
@wax eagle - "Pick the one that you care about" - wax eagle, I care about ALL doctrinal frameworks! And I am open to all of them. I want to get as objective view for myself as possible, so I need to be familiar with all possible views.
Oct
28
comment What is “apostolic authority”?
Honestly, I don't really see how this question of mine is more focused than the one on laying-on of hands, especially when you look at either question through various traditions' prisms. Both then look quite broad to me.
Oct
28
comment What doctrines are based on 1st Timothy 4:14 when hands are laid on a believer?
What is apostolic authority?
Oct
24
comment Were some parts of the law abolished or “not one jot will by any means pass from the law”?
(5) There is also a kind of “problem” in your answer: you say that Ten Commandments fall into the moral law and the moral law is eternal. But what about the commandment about keeping the Sabbath? Was it not already fulfilled in Christ? Has it not ended with the coming of Christ? If not then among Christians, perhaps, only the Seventh Day Adventists are moral and all the rest of them are immoral as they don't observe one of the commandments of the eternal moral law.
Oct
24
comment Were some parts of the law abolished or “not one jot will by any means pass from the law”?
(4) Another thing that bothers me is that the Lord for some reason linked the end of the Law with passing of the heaven and earth. If we say that the moral law is eternal, which is quite logical, why then it should stop with the disappearance of the heaven and earth?