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comment Can Christians be demon possessed?
Does the argument "Nowhere in the Bible does X happen" really work here? There are no examples in the Bible of a Christian contracting a deadly disease. There are only examples of God healing people.
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revised What translation does the Catholic Breviary of England use for Psalms?
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accepted What role did the Donation of Constantine have on the development of the doctrine of Papal supremacy?
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accepted Where did the ecclesiastical offices go?
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answered Is there a record of an association of prayer with pain?
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comment Christian significance of Tolkien and C. S. Lewis putting “heaven” across the sea?
@MasonWheeler You actually have a point with that one (with Tolkien at least)
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answered Christian significance of Tolkien and C. S. Lewis putting “heaven” across the sea?
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revised Why isn't the cross considered an idol?
The side note was not relevant to the body of the answer.
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revised Do the people God sends to challenge His people (for His Glory) have salvation?
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answered How can one overcome lustful desires?
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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."
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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.
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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).