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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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Analysis of prototype based inheritance.
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Jul
11
comment What is the endgame for sedevacantists?
@apocalypse_info_click_here How's that asteroid working out for you?
Jul
11
comment Why isn't the Eucharist of protestant churches considered valid by non-protestants?
Unfortunately, while this is true of Anglicans of the 19th century, it is not true of Anglicans today. A number of schismatics from the Netherlands (including validly ordained bishops) joined the Anglican Church and they did have valid orders. Right now their orders' validity is as clear as paste.
Jun
20
comment Catholic Communion under One Kind
@AndrewLeach I've only been to an Anglican Ordinariate parish a couple of times, and both times it was done in tincture.
May
27
comment What is omitted from the current Western, Catholic Psalter?
Seriously, this is extremely useful.
May
23
comment What is omitted from the current Western, Catholic Psalter?
Thank you. This is extraordinarily useful.
May
22
comment What is omitted from the current Western, Catholic Psalter?
@Flimzy catholiccompany.com/liturgy-hours-set-4-leather-i21748
Mar
12
comment What is the basis that many mainstream Christian groups justify labeling groups like the Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses as Non Christians?
@Matt They are not God in any sense of the word. They are indistinguishable from the higher orders of angels.
Jan
16
comment What is omitted from the current Western, Catholic Psalter?
@AndrewLeach You're right. I was thinking of the line "He will judge the nations, heaping up the dead and crushing the rulers of the whole earth" which is also omitted. I'll change the word to "Breviary" because there are decidedly omissions.
Jan
16
comment What was the punishment for escaped slaves in the Old Testament?
This site implies that because Christianity upheld slavery that decreases the efficacy of the Christian moral claims. If it can be demonstrated that this is an equivocation, that proves that their argument is without merit. Basically: if it can be shown from the Torah that slaves were to be treated well, that is a further argument in opposition to the skeptics. My question speaks to a particular occasion of mistreatment which was common in the antebellum South.
Jan
16
comment What was the punishment for escaped slaves in the Old Testament?
@waxeagle It is my suspicion that slavery in the Bible is not the same as slavery in the US. At a minimum, slaves in the Bible had more rights. But I'm still curious about it.
Jan
16
comment What was the punishment for escaped slaves in the Old Testament?
I'm interested in the treatment of slaves in the Old Testament. It has often been said that slaves under the Torah were treated far better than slaves in the antebellum South. Unfortunately, without reading 2/3 of Exodus, and the entirety of Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy I'm not really sure where to begin.
Jan
16
comment Catholicism and the Laws of Moses
@gideonmarx "Pharisaic" does not necessarily mean "the Pharisees did it" (though I'm reasonably sure they did). A secondary meaning is Hypocritically self-righteous and condemnatory. (see thefreedictionary.com/pharisaic)
Dec
26
comment Is there any biblical basis for believing in the Book of Mormon?
@H3br3wHamm3r81 Take it up with him: shu.edu/academics/profiles/…
Nov
4
comment What role did the Donation of Constantine have on the development of the doctrine of Papal supremacy?
-1 This has nothing to do with the actual question.
Jun
26
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.
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)
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
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.