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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.


Mar
5
revised What is the gist of CARM's critisizm of Joyce Meyer?
added real question title; linked site; fixed (some of the) grammar issues
Mar
5
comment Does Joyce Meyer preach salvation by faith in Jesus alone (ie not works)?
Related question on Joyce Meyer.
Mar
5
comment What is the gist of CARM's critisizm of Joyce Meyer?
Joyce Meyer is heavily into what is known as the "Word of Faith" movement, the teachings of which are quite different from mainstream Christian teachings which CARM defends. I answered a similar question with some information that might be helpful to you in sorting out the positions.
Mar
4
reviewed Close Are the names of all people originally written in the Book of Life?
Mar
3
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
1
reviewed Close How was God walking in the Garden of Eden?
Feb
28
reviewed Close How should we dress when attending church?
Feb
28
accepted Is “hate the sin, love the sinner” a Christian idea?
Feb
28
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
27
revised What is unique about Christianity?
it's != its
Feb
24
comment What exegesis do Lutherans perform to explain the basis for their theology of “Two Kinds of Righteousness”?
This is a great question topically but the post itself could use some help. Linking to the PDF is great, but at least enough context to present the gist of the question should be cited in the post itself.
Feb
23
comment How does the Jehovah's Witness denomination deal with the filial piety among its East Asian believers?
This doesn't seem to answer the question that was asked, nor is it apparent (except perhaps from your use of the word Jehovah) that this represents a JW perspective. Can you edit this to make it explicit how JW groups actually deal with this issue on the ground?
Feb
21
comment Where did Noah park the Ark after the flood?
Hey @JimG. lets not go the ad hominem route here. If you want to weigh in on a discussion of the suitability of this question for the site and how it should be handled do so with an answer here on meta but a personal attack on a commenter that criticized the post is not okay.
Feb
18
reviewed Leave Open Was Jesus a separate god?
Feb
18
reviewed Close Is it a sin to do “works” for the sake of “rewards” in heaven?
Feb
18
reviewed Close How do people who reject transubstantiation interpret these verses?
Feb
18
comment Was baptism practiced before Christ?
It looks to me like this is a duplicate post with your previous answer. I've gone ahead and deleted the other one in favor of leaving this one because it looks like you've setup this account farther than the other one so it should be easier to use going forward.
Feb
18
awarded  Good Question
Feb
17
comment How was slavery in the U.S. justified by Christianity?
It seems to me that the actual question you asked here is fine for this site but the one you meant to ask is not. How that happened I don't know, but you seem to be actually looking for something other than what you asked. This site doesn't deal in "true Christianity" would do or believe, but what specific groups at specific times did or believed is very much on topic. Do you want to run with the question as asked that would be appropriate on this site?
Feb
17
comment How was slavery in the U.S. justified by Christianity?
@Bye I think I see some miss-understandnig about this site in your last comment. Remember questions on this site are not looking for truth, nor are answers expected to represent the most logical reading of Scripture. The question as you asked it (whether you meant to or not, it was worded properly for this site) is what Scriptures were used by a specific group of people to justify a cause. Whether their use of Scripture was appropriate or not, whether it makes sense or not, should not factor in at all. The question is: does this accurately represent what those Christians thought and did?