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I'm a software developer in the Atlanta area with over a decade of experience. I'm currently employed by one of the 40 largest law firms in North America.

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Mar
21
answered Does God have a sense of humor? Does he laugh?
Feb
11
answered What name was used by Peter for Baptism?
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Aug
31
awarded  Yearling
May
16
asked What was the Birthright?
Apr
16
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
3
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
13
reviewed Approve suggested edit on lds tag wiki
Dec
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
2
answered How can Jesus, born of mankind, be sinless?
Nov
18
answered What does the LDS Church teach about the pre-existence of each person prior to conception?
Nov
17
answered What are other explanations for Malachi 4:5-6?
Nov
3
answered Praying for someone's salvation. Is there a point?
Oct
8
comment Was Jesus' death legitimate?
@hammar That's true, but he did garner some supporters, including the late Ekrem Akurgal, known for his research on the Hittite empire.
Oct
8
answered Why is the number three special?
Oct
8
answered Was Jesus' death legitimate?
Sep
14
comment Are there any documented instances of anyone moving a mountain in faith?
@TRiG haha made me laugh. You have a point though. In retrospect, maybe my answer should have included the Marco Polo reference only. Granted, it's not a NY Times article, but it is "documentation", which is what was requested.
Sep
10
answered Will curses have any impact or effect on Christians?
Sep
10
comment Is Jesus lying in John 7?
+1 for clarifying verb tense. But a question: if as you say 'that sense is indeed intended by the author' (the sense of not yet), why not just say, 'not yet'? 'Not' and 'not yet' may have been equivalent in Greek, and the intended sense clear, but not so in English.
Sep
10
comment Is Jesus lying in John 7?
This book (In Awe of Thy Word) is a 1200 page read on why the KJV is the best translation available. It's a huge book, but you can pick it up anywhere and be amazed by how the KJV was translated (seriously). amazon.com/Awe-Thy-Word-Understanding-Mystery/dp/0963584529