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2009-2010 Microsoft ASP.Net MVP

It's pronounced: koo-horn


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The avatar is both because I play counter strike and a nod to lambda expressions in C#.

Twitter: @jcoehoorn


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comment What are the theological implications/problems with theistic evolution?
Not necessarily. Theistic evolution would still allow that God took some extra measures in Man's case, to the point of even directing the evolution of other animals so that man would be in God's image.
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comment If we're not specifically instructed to do something, can we?
Good luck at Oklahoma Christian. I passed by the campus a few weeks ago and had the chance to meet some your IT staff. Looked at OC myself back when I was a high school senior, but ended up choosing Harding.
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answered What are the arguments for and against the Anglican Covenant?
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comment If we're not specifically instructed to do something, can we?
I wish I'd seen this question a lot sooner :(
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answered If we're not specifically instructed to do something, can we?
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comment Is there any Biblical argument against using “cuss words”?
@Chris - that's a good point, but I think there's some room in the question to talk about profanity as well. Would you object if I expanded the answer to cover both points or would you still feel that the profanity section is too off topic for the question?
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answered Do miracles violate the laws of physics?