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I am a Christian, as well as an open-source technologist working as a systems engineer.

I'm interested in GNU/Linux systems, configuration management and deployment, virtualization, LaTeX and many other things.

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Aug
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awarded  Quorum
Aug
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comment How does the Protestant OT canon differ from the Jewish scriptures?
Ah, that's a different question! The order mainly depends on the Bible you use, although yes, quite a few Bibles use a different order than the Tanakh. However, the content is strictly the same.
Aug
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answered How does the Protestant OT canon differ from the Jewish scriptures?
Aug
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awarded  Mortarboard
Aug
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comment Who was Melchizedek
Sorry about that @John. As a matter of fact, after Corey posted his comment, I began to edit the question and added these verses. I only saw your answer after adding them.
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revised Who was Melchizedek
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asked Who was Melchizedek
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comment Difference between Augustinianism and Calvinism
Calvinism as I understand it see the five points as an inherently coherent system, where each point is logically dependent on the 4 others. Is there such an idea of a unified system of soteriology in Augustinianism?
Aug
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comment Interpretation of the scripture “One Lord, one faith, one baptism?”
And yes, I reckon it's very easy to think you're the only one to be right when you're convinced of what you believe (it's easily my case, too ;-))
Aug
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comment Interpretation of the scripture “One Lord, one faith, one baptism?”
Right. Obviously, the denominations that believe that the "one faith" refers to one denomination all believe it refers to them in particular. My point is that Paul insists on the fact that the Church cannot be divided, because Christ is not divided. You could conclude that the denominations who insist on division (or on stating that they are the only ones with the one true faith) are the ones that are wrong about the matter.
Aug
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comment What is the King James only movement?
Interesting point ;-) I won't get into the debate then :-)
Aug
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comment What is the King James only movement?
How fair for non English speakers (probably the majority of the world population doesn't speak English good enough to read the KJV). This is very English culture centered...
Aug
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revised The Bible seems to allow polygamy. Why doesn't the church?
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comment When are children held accountable for ther sins?
Not all understandings of predestination exclude free will.
Aug
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awarded  Enlightened
Aug
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comment What happens to unborn, unbaptized babies who die?
I can tell you my toddler knows very well when she is being rebellious!
Aug
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comment Was Jesus a separate god?
The New World Translation is not aimed at properly translating and building a sane theology on top of it, but rather to build the JW's theology first, and then translate in order to back it up... Wrong motives bring wrong results...
Aug
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comment Was Jesus a separate god?
It might be a good idea in this very case to indicate which translation you used.
Aug
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comment What does the Good News refer to?
Yes, that is the definition according to Paul, after Jesus' death and resurrection. My question is about whether it might differ from what Jesus meant (in Mark 1:15 for example).