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Sep
22
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
21
comment a/pre/post Millennialism summarised with bible verses?
The perceived Biblical basis that backs each view is too broad a question to tackle in a overview format. It is not as simple as quoting a couple verses in support of each view. It takes a whole different hermeneutical approach for each one. Mixing and matching an overview question with the apologetics for each view is not a good question format for this site.
Sep
20
reviewed Leave Open What is the Biblical basis for it being wrong for couples to live together *chastely* before marriage?
Sep
17
comment Are there any followers of Catharism today?
archive.org might be a good resource for looking up no longer published information (and when it went out of print!). Then edit your findings into this answer including citing any relevant bits.
Sep
16
revised How do those who believe man is tripartite respond to Gen. 2:7, “the man became a living soul”?
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Sep
13
reviewed Leave Open The Grace Gambit
Sep
13
reviewed Close What are some of the reasons for which mainstream non-Catholic Christians are against gender-neutral secular marriage?
Sep
13
reviewed Leave Open What soteriological doctrines are most prevalent within Protestantism throughout the world?
Sep
13
reviewed Leave Open Besides Paul, were there any other enemies of the early church who converted to Christianity?
Sep
13
reviewed Leave Open What impact did Karl Barth have on Roman Catholic theology?
Sep
11
comment How long was it before Adam and Eve sinned?
Never mind whether your theory is true or not; in order to answer an this site you have to demonstrate that the answer you are presenting is representative of Christian beliefs on the matter. I've never heard if this theory. Which Christian groups believe this and where have they documented it?
Sep
10
awarded  Famous Question
Sep
9
comment How do we know to refer to the Holy Spirit as He?
This is just wrong. It gets off track by badly misunderstanding the basic grammar involved in that verse and others like it, i.e. the hermeneutics are broken.
Sep
9
revised How do we know to refer to the Holy Spirit as He?
this sort of rant is not appropriate on this site, removing
Sep
8
comment According to the Bible, how should Christians meditate?
This could be a decent quesion if you remove the bits about "should we" etc. and just stick to what have established Chritian teachings observed the Bible to say. I just deleted a ton on answers that didn't even touch on the Bible. If this question gets fixed to more obviously exclude opinion answers we can probably reopen it.
Sep
7
comment How could Jesus get through locked doors?
This is a bit rambling and seems to give your views, but what evidence can you cite that this is what Christianity as a whole (or as various parts) believs relative to the exact question that was asked above?
Sep
7
revised How could Jesus get through locked doors?
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Sep
5
comment What is the difference between Jehovah's Witnesses and Pentecostals?
This is mostly really good—right until near the end. Both the general statement that Petacostals believe "everything most other churches believe" and the labeling of a church as "Pentecostal Presbyterian" can only make sense if words are stripped of their normal meanings and rendered useless for the purpose of discussion. It's simply not true that they believe "all" the same things as there is a consistent pattern of differences between Pentacolstalism and other branches of Christianity, and the classical meaning of terms logically excludes both from being properly applied to the same group.
Sep
1
comment What was the Biblical Basis Tertullian used to support what he termed the “refrigerium interim”?
This question would be more interesting than the other one if there was anything unique about it. However I don't see any evidence that "Tertullian's basis" is going to come up with anything different than the general "biblical basis" question which is already scoped by default to anybody who holds the view, and this is likely answered by the same set of verses in the source you linked to.
Aug
30
comment What evidence is there for the Resurrection of Jesus?
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