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Industrial programming by day. Teaching myself Python by night. Please let me know if I'm doing it wrong.


Mar
10
comment Which, if any, Protestant bodies affirm punishment in the afterlife for the unrighteous prior to the general resurrection and the Day of the Lord?
This is not a "truth" question. It specifically requests denominational insight. In order for this site to be remotely useful to anyone it needs to be able to handle questions where the denominations in question aren't necessarily known in advance. The question details simply set up the nature of the question and why it is complicated but I'm asking in order to learn if there are theological traditions at all who take a position on this question. There might not be. Hence no reason to multiply duplicates like "what do baptists, Presbyterians, Lutherans, Anglicans, etc"
Mar
10
asked Which, if any, Protestant bodies affirm punishment in the afterlife for the unrighteous prior to the general resurrection and the Day of the Lord?
Feb
22
asked What exegesis do Lutherans perform to explain the basis for their theology of “Two Kinds of Righteousness”?
Feb
14
accepted Did Karl Barth confess an orthodox doctrine of the Trinity?
Feb
11
comment Did Karl Barth confess an orthodox doctrine of the Trinity?
That is, if he is not classically reformed in his formulation of the Trinity, is he still orthodox?
Feb
11
comment Did Karl Barth confess an orthodox doctrine of the Trinity?
He is considered noteworthy for allegedly "recovering the doctrine of the Trinity in the 20th century." He is considered a reformed theologian, but his views are generally not considered classically reformed by confessional reformed bodies. I'm wondering if at any point his doctrine of the Trinity was not orthodox.
Feb
11
asked Did Karl Barth confess an orthodox doctrine of the Trinity?
Feb
7
asked How do cessationists interpret James 5:13-18?
Jan
29
accepted Why do Roman Catholics consider eating fish on Friday a good work?
Jan
29
asked Why do Roman Catholics consider eating fish on Friday a good work?
Jan
14
accepted What is Protestant Scholasticism?
Jan
7
awarded  Yearling
Jan
5
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
5
comment What is Protestant Scholasticism?
That's kind of the nature of the question. I've seen some mixed things and the Wikipedia article seems to not exactly be what would be spoken about. At the same time this is the title of a class not a single lecture, so it's unlikely that he is using the term to be provocative.
Jan
5
comment What is Protestant Scholasticism?
Can someone explain to me the problem with this question?
Jan
4
asked What is Protestant Scholasticism?
Jan
4
comment Does “Positive Christianity” still exist?
Interestingly, positive theology is becoming a buzzword in certain confessional circles to mean, "Affirming things and defining one's theology with positive statement, rather than in the context of things you deny and oppose."
Jan
4
accepted What is the Lutheran view on sovereign election?
Jan
4
awarded  Quorum
Jan
4
awarded  Custodian