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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


Dec
7
revised Jonah and the Whale - Is there any scientific proof that it is possible to survive in the belly of whale?
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Dec
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revised Jonah and the Whale - Is there any scientific proof that it is possible to survive in the belly of whale?
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Dec
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answered Jonah and the Whale - Is there any scientific proof that it is possible to survive in the belly of whale?
Dec
5
revised Why do many protestants congregations not require attendance at services on Christmas and Easter?
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Dec
2
revised Why do many protestants congregations not require attendance at services on Christmas and Easter?
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revised Why do many protestants congregations not require attendance at services on Christmas and Easter?
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Dec
2
comment Who determines church dedications?
I still own a house up there, but since they GM plant closed I owe way more than it's worth now. Okay, I'll stop comment-spamming the question now ;)
Dec
2
comment Who determines church dedications?
@Peter - ha, my last residence was in Evansville WI. Small world. I had customers in Footville.
Nov
20
revised Biblical basis for baptism as a prerequisite for salvation
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Nov
11
comment Biblical basis for baptism as a prerequisite for salvation
Scarcity? Baptism is mentioned more than 80 times in the new testament.
Nov
5
answered Biblical basis for baptism as a prerequisite for salvation
Oct
18
comment What is the Lutheran doctrine of “Law and Gospel”?
"I'm having a hard time understanding the distinction" -- I think that is the point of Luther's quote: it's not easy.
Oct
12
comment Do any Christian traditions intentionally use the name 'Yahweh'?
In other words, many consider using "Yahweh" is less honorable to name, rather than more.
Oct
9
comment Why do women have inferior rights in the Bible?
It's also worth noting that all of this is way ahead of it's time. Other cultures in the area treated women as little better than property. To give women so much influence was revolutionary for the time.
Oct
8
comment Why do Christians need to promote their religion to non-believers?
@Marc You're stretching. Hitting closer to home, surely you as a programmer have seen a colleague about to use a technique that is widely used, but you consider harmful. Even if you'll never have to maintain that code or use the product, if you had the opportunity you would want to correct the developer.
Oct
8
revised Why do Christians need to promote their religion to non-believers?
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Oct
8
comment Why do Christians need to promote their religion to non-believers?
@Marc - the question is asking about a Christian's motives, so it's perfectly fair to evaluate it from the Christian's point of view.
Oct
8
answered Why do Christians need to promote their religion to non-believers?
Oct
5
answered Did Jesus die earlier than expected?
Oct
5
comment How is it that someone who lived thousands of years ago can “represent” me?
I think the phrase "because all sinned" undermines this passage as a proof text for original sin. It suggests that individuals also sinned separately, and that is the reason for their depravity, rather than a connection to Adam's sin, and the punishment we all bear for the original sin is mere earthly mortality.