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Jul
27
comment What do Christians mean by “holy”?
@Steve: Thanks, I can verify that, but depending on the translation. Some use "I'm holy for your", others "holier than you".
Jul
25
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
24
awarded  Constituent
Jun
19
revised Exorcisms: effective remedy or historical curiosity?
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Jun
16
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Feb
27
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
19
comment Where does the belief that the Earth is relatively young (6000 years) come from?
@apocalypse_info_click_here: Great. However, answers at stack exchange shall try to give at least a rough answer themselves.
Oct
28
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
15
comment Is the Bible literally the word of God?
It is the word of god, but of course only of the christian god. Since there are more translations, there is one God per bible, for example the King George God, the Luther God and so on. If you want to be absolutely sure, you have to write a bible yourself.
Jul
15
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Jul
15
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To enjoy the site is the most important aim of it?
Feb
13
comment Did God create darkness?
The universe is not 'made up of time, space and matter'. You can't handle them like the ingredients of a cake, since matter can't exist without space and time. If you insist in doing so, you are missing energy. But whether the universe is made at all is disputed even in Christianity. More so, your picture of somebody, creating something is completly taken from the physical world. That there must be a creator, or that a spirit exists beyond time and space is pure speculation. That a creating entity has to exist outside is not foundet at all.
Aug
31
awarded  Yearling
Feb
21
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
31
comment What evidence exists for post-Biblical miracles?
Just what I said. "He reported" does not mean, that he himself witnessed the event.
Dec
31
comment What evidence exists for post-Biblical miracles?
I don't see such a claim there. It is typical practice of newspapers, to report an event as if the reporter has seen it himself, while only citing some people who claim so.
Dec
30
comment What evidence exists for post-Biblical miracles?
@Firstrock: Why should a skeptic have visited Fatima 1917?
Dec
30
comment What evidence exists for post-Biblical miracles?
And if the Lord does not give it - can we conclude, that we didn't truly needed it? But this would be a circular argument, wouldn't it?
Dec
11
answered Jonah and the Whale - Is there any scientific proof that it is possible to survive in the belly of whale?
Nov
26
comment What extrabiblical sources support the existence of Jesus in history?
Most of these witnesses are questionable, see: skeptics.stackexchange.com/q/6578/24