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This is just a generic profile. If you're really interested in my thoughts, try my website: http://www.allen-poole.com. There you will find my blog and my thoughts on business as a web developer. Constructive criticism is more than welcome.

If you're interested in something I view as really cool, you can check out: PyFram!

Favorite answers of mine:

Analysis of prototype based inheritance.
Optimization of someone's JS.

Twitter: @cwallenpoole


Jun
6
accepted What role did the Donation of Constantine have on the development of the doctrine of Papal supremacy?
Jun
6
accepted Where did the ecclesiastical offices go?
Jun
6
answered Is there a record of an association of prayer with pain?
Jun
4
comment Christian significance of Tolkien and CS Lewis putting “heaven” across the sea?
@MasonWheeler You actually have a point with that one (with Tolkien at least)
Jun
4
answered Christian significance of Tolkien and CS Lewis putting “heaven” across the sea?
May
31
revised Why isn't the cross considered an idol?
The side note was not relevant to the body of the answer.
May
31
revised Do the people God sends to challenge His people (for His Glory) have salvation?
edited title
May
23
answered How can one overcome lustful desires?
May
15
comment How should a Christian look at the Crusaders?
@Jas3.1 arrowdodger said, "Christ didn't fight with brute force." I answered, "Yes, he does."
May
15
comment How should a Christian look at the Crusaders?
@arrowdodger Read the book of Revelation. Then you can talk to me about whether God uses brute force.
May
15
revised How should a Christian look at the Crusaders?
Fixed the three typos and reverted all of the needless grammatical modifications (sone of which actually changed the meaning of the text).
May
15
awarded  Cleanup
May
15
revised How should a Christian look at the Crusaders?
rolled back to a previous revision
May
14
answered How should a Christian look at the Crusaders?
May
14
comment How should a Christian look at the Crusaders?
Also, saying that, "The Pope's word was law" really isn't accurate in any sense of the word... ever.
May
14
comment How should a Christian look at the Crusaders?
-1 for the, "It happened because they couldn't read the Bible." Many of the leaders of the crusades could and did read the Bible.
May
11
comment God created male and female… What about those who do not fit in the box?
Not all sins are equal. See the first epistle of St. John where he differentiates sins "unto death" and sins "which are not unto death"
May
10
comment Can a Christian have clinical depression?
@JonEricson The biggest thing which we (as Christians) must remember is that we are not defined by our emotions. If we were, then we would all need to dispair if we are not in a perpetual Jesus high. No, defining your relationship with God or even your personality as something which is controlled by a rather temperamental (get it?) organ dangerously borders on sentimentalist materialism. The matter in heaven is a very different substance from the matter on earth and attachment to this life (and its emotions) will only distract us and draw us further from the divine union.
May
10
comment Can a Christian have clinical depression?
@JonEricson I'm only starting to be open about it relatively recently. There is a stigma associated with bipolar and I am (was?) a little paranoid about it.
May
5
revised Is Matthew 28 saying something about Baptism?
added 265 characters in body