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Jan
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comment Under what conditions does the Bible support divorce?
Except I would argue you didn't. In order to answer this question, one must (as you have done here) take several steps in the hermeneutical process of interpreting the passage on behalf of the person asking as well as other readers. It's not the verse, but your interpretation that I find weak.
Jan
3
reviewed Leave Closed How do Young Earth Creationists counter scientific evidence for an old earth?
Jan
3
reviewed Reopen Did Paul actually know anything about the life of Jesus?
Jan
3
reviewed Leave Open Why appoint Matthias to replace Judas only to later appoint Paul as a thirteenth Apostle?
Jan
3
reviewed Close Masses timetable
Dec
28
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Dec
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
26
revised Is there a doctrine or Biblical justification that explains why God chose the number 7 to be so significant?
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Dec
22
comment Is Matthew 24:36 contrary to trinitarianism?
@DanAndrews: This answer does say that almost word for word, and the because part shows exactly the main doctrine held by most Christian traditions that is relevant to this issue. What more do you want?
Dec
22
comment Is Matthew 24:36 contrary to trinitarianism?
@DanAndrews: This is very much a Christianity question not a Biblical Hermeneutics one because the OP is asking specifically about how this issue is addressed doctrinally in trinitarian churches.
Dec
22
comment Is Matthew 24:36 contrary to trinitarianism?
Spot on and +1 for pointing out the specific doctrine held by most Christian traditions dealing with the issue raised in the question and for developing the line of reasoning that shows how it answers the question at all.
Dec
22
comment Is there any Christian group that takes Matthew 23:8-10 literally?
This would be a fantastic answer ... if a similar question about how this should be interpreted had been asked on Biblical Hermeneutics. However this is pointing to what you consider (actually I think I agree with you, that's not the issue) to be truth rather than answering the direct question that was asked which has more to do with what specific Christian groups do with this based on a their understanding (based in a likely poor interpretation).
Dec
22
reviewed Approve Do Jehovah's Witnesses celebrate communion?
Dec
21
reviewed Leave Open Why are Mormon Temples Ceremonies kept secret from non-Mormons?
Dec
20
reviewed Leave Open What are the major differences between evangelical Christianity and Mormonism?
Dec
20
revised Was Jesus a poor man, in economic sense?
We don't do intros or signatures here (see our [faq]). Also this isn't a place to pitch your business line. Recommending a related book is fine, putting a word in for your own publishing firm isn't.
Dec
20
comment Is there any historical evidence that would indicate where exactly the ark of the covenant is now located?
You're right about the false trails, there are at least two very plausible finds that could be it. The other part of the problem is that there is no way to be really sure when you've hit gold. It's not going to have a sign over the door saying "Welcome to Noah's A... oh wait we're talking about the other ark here. Your answer is almost interchangeable although the question is clear (but I missed that).
Dec
19
revised Is the LDS's view of Trinity/Godhead considered monotheistic or polytheistic?
Updated for clarity based on comments.
Dec
19
revised Does believing in Jesus Christ save me, or do I have to do something more?
As previously commented, answers aren't for rebutting other members theology, please use the space for answering the original question. You may fetch any content you want to re-use for _that_ purpose from the revision history.
Dec
19
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