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I am a scripting language connoisseur, regular expression aficionado, network geek, general lover of Linux and a frequent contributor to open source software. I transitioned to programming from other work because I was too busy automating my own work environment to actually do the other work. I have a hobby interest in cartography. For more see my personal site. Most importantly, my life is defined by the grace of God given to men through Jesus Christ. It is my ambition that everything I do would reflect His glory and point people towards Him.


Aug
14
comment For what human reason was Christ crucified?
@DanAndrews: I think this answer correctly points out that it wasn't a "secular" reason at all, it was in fact a religious law that was trespassed and, with some political finagling, enforced. The question is not asking for a "secular perspective", it is asking for something that our culture might have but for which there was no equivalent in the structures of the day.
Aug
14
comment For what human reason was Christ crucified?
The ruling Jews were religious not secular. What makes you think "secularly" had much if any bearing?
Aug
13
comment Reformed Theology, Pentecostalism, and Charismatic Movement on The Holy Spirit
Also note that "Pentacostal" and "Charismatic" have different meanings in different contexts. Most dramatically, they can have quite different scopes from country to country. Overlapping ven circles, but not identical.
Aug
12
revised What is the Christian perspective on deceptive brain messages?
Moved edit to end of question
Aug
11
comment Reformed Theology, Pentecostalism, and Charismatic Movement on The Holy Spirit
Some valid points in your summary but notably missing is the fundamental different understanding of what the gifts ever were in the first place...
Aug
11
comment How does mainstream Christianity view “Heaven is for Real”?
@JBunyan: Point taken. I was a little hash there. However, this was towards the end editing a whole series of questions for clarity. Most of the others from this OP I could see what the main question was, but I failed when I tried to edit this one because it seemed to have multiple prongs going on and I thought the OP needed to pick the focus rather than me as an editor. I did commend the OP for their effort in some previous comments, and the edit they made on this one to clarify that it was about this book was just the ticket.
Aug
11
revised What does the Bible say about how we should pray?
All answers should already cite their sources, no need to clutter subjects with this. If they fail to its' a good time to comment.
Aug
11
revised Difference between Gospel and Bible
No TIA's or signatures please :) http://christianity.stackexchange.com/faq#signatures
Aug
11
comment What is the biblical basis for lifetime eldership?
Thanks for your post and welcome to Christianity.SE. I understand these points are relevant to eldership in general, but I don't see how it answers the specific question this OP was asking. These points could apply to eldership whether the term was a month or a lifetime. The question being posed is "What do churches who believe in lifetime eldership terms see as the Biblical basis for their position?" Do you care to take a stab at that question or at least relate these points to that issue?
Aug
11
revised What is the biblical basis for lifetime eldership?
Please note we don't use signatures in posts here. Thanks :) http://christianity.stackexchange.com/faq#signatures
Aug
10
comment What is the significance of Lamech's boast?
I would have +1'ed this anyway as a sound and concise response, but I think it deserves and extra for the post script. I'm pretty sure we could also rule out Adam, Eve and probably anybody else older than himself. And in the end it doesn't matter. The importance is that he was a murderer :)
Aug
10
revised How does mainstream Christianity view “Heaven is for Real”?
added 16 characters in body
Aug
10
comment Who is “Samuel” in the story of Saul, Samuel, and the Medium?
No, but it just the first line or two of the question with no formatting. Don't worry about it that much, but keep in mind that the first couple lines set the stage for people who won't read the whole thing.
Aug
10
revised Did Christ know who He was as a youth?
This isn't a question ABOUT the church fathers or ABOUT biblical basis, so removing those tags. Edited that part of the question to read more naturally.
Aug
10
revised Are there disagreements between Reformed Theology and the teachings of A.W. Tozer?
edited tags
Aug
10
comment Are there disagreements between Reformed Theology and the teachings of A.W. Tozer?
Tozer wasn't Reformed so of course there will be differences. In spite of that his schollarship is still well regarded, I don't think he's usually branded as a heretic even by people that disagree with him on some points. Do you have a reference for his "relation to Christian mystics"?
Aug
10
revised Are there disagreements between Reformed Theology and the teachings of A.W. Tozer?
Notes should be footnotes, not what you lead the question with because that's what shows up on the summary page. Also, I think the formatting was way more complex than your question.; edited title
Aug
10
revised How does mainstream Christianity view “Heaven is for Real”?
added 163 characters in body; edited title
Aug
10
revised Are there disadvantages to Chronological Study Bibles?
added 23 characters in body; edited title
Aug
10
comment Who is “Samuel” in the story of Saul, Samuel, and the Medium?
For reference, compare what shows up on the home page and the tag overview pages before and after my edits.