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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.

See my blog for more info, or [my CV page][2].

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Aug
24
comment What is the King James only movement?
Haha, the "good enough for Jesus" (I feel like saying LOL). I've also heard people ask why we should trust the Bible that King James wrote, and why not another king ;-)
Aug
24
comment What is the meaning of “Let the dead bury their dead”
I would even make a link with the fact that Jesus said we need to be born again.
Aug
24
comment Should a Protestant read the apocryphal books of the Bible?
Sure, go ahead.
Aug
24
comment What is the King James only movement?
For the record, I'm French and English is not my mother tongue at all :-)
Aug
24
comment What is the King James only movement?
The main point of the KJV-only view is the manuscripts used to translate the KJV, rather than the style of the translation.
Aug
23
comment God will judge the world based upon righteousness but what about Jesus?
@daviesgeek: I agree with the article. My wording is different, but the idea is the same.
Aug
23
comment Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego - who is understood as the fourth person in the fire?
Well, the King, who was Nebuchadnezzar, had a personal experience with God when he was taken into the wilderness and acted like an animal. I think he kind of had an idea about the one he got to call the Most High God, even though he kept worshipping other gods, and it makes kind of a sense to me that he could have talked about Jesus when mentionning "the son of God".