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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.

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Apr
5
asked Is there a record of an association of prayer with pain?
Apr
5
comment Why would prayer cause pain?
@waxeagle And if it were about ecstasy, would that make it constructive? What is the difference?
Apr
4
comment Why are there fourteen stations of the cross?
If I were to go for a numerological answer, I would probably say Apostles + Christ + Mary, also 7 = holy * 2 natures, and 12 tribes + parents (like the 14 celestial bodies of Joseph's dream)
Apr
4
revised Why are there fourteen stations of the cross?
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Apr
4
revised Why are there fourteen stations of the cross?
added 282 characters in body
Apr
4
answered Why are there fourteen stations of the cross?
Apr
3
asked Why would prayer cause pain?
Mar
30
answered Why can't the Pope have children?
Mar
27
comment If Christianity speaks out against the use of “magic” does this mean “magic” is literally real?
Not sure what the down vote was for. This is the only answer which actually has anything even remotely close to actual, tangible, reference to events.
Mar
27
answered If Christianity speaks out against the use of “magic” does this mean “magic” is literally real?
Mar
27
comment Can you explain this Free Will / Predestination illustration?
@Chelonian In the end, it is up to the person to choose the good and reject the bad, and nothing anyone can do can take that choice away. We can try to help the person, but in the end, it is their choice.
Mar
27
comment Can you explain this Free Will / Predestination illustration?
@Chelonian I prefer to think of it this way: we are presented with a choice, and at the end of the day that choice is ours, but God will continue to offer and suggest the right course of action, even if we refuse to follow.
Mar
26
comment Why do some Christian churches have classes about other churches?
@PeterTurner I'd like to see that too.
Mar
26
answered Why do some Christian churches have classes about other churches?
Mar
25
comment Can you explain this Free Will / Predestination illustration?
@DavidLaberge Thanks.
Mar
25
answered Can you explain this Free Will / Predestination illustration?
Mar
24
awarded  Quorum
Mar
24
revised Why did Rome and Constantinople split in 1054 AD?
moved links
Mar
23
revised What did Luther think of the Eastern Orthodox and vice versa?
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Mar
23
comment What did Luther think of the Eastern Orthodox and vice versa?
Orthodoxy is still very present. Clocking in at about 230 million, they beat out any given Protestant super-denomination (eg. Presbyterian instead of PCUSA, Lutheranism instead of ELCA) hands down.