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Oct
29
comment According to Calvinism, why does God give mercy to some and not to others?
@ltcomdata: yes, this is a common struggle with Calvinists: youtube.com/watch?v=h61C2LUAJpo it's usually pointed out that if you're struggling with it, that's a pretty good sign that you're among the elect. Isn't it common among other traditions to struggle with doubt?
Sep
24
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Jul
12
comment What is unique about Christianity?
another "rare" quality of christianity (according to some denominations), though not unique, is the assertion that no one is morally better than anyone else (which is derived from the already stated answer)
Jun
25
comment Where did angels get their wings?
don't know. does that automatically make them angels? i suppose they both seem "celestial" and powerful, but other than that they seem completely different to me. ive even heard convincing arguments for cherubim and seraphim to be purely symbolic
Jun
25
comment Where did angels get their wings?
yeah, since when are cherubim and seraphim angels?
Mar
6
comment Why did Elizabeth keep herself hidden while pregnant?
perhaps i should have asked these on the biblical hermeneutics SE? as well as my other question
Mar
4
comment Why did Zechariah's neighbours make signs to him?
Hmm... I would accept that except that in the earlier passage he makes signs as a way of communication because of being unable to talk, and so it would seem to me that the neighbours making signs would be a similar act, as opposed to just gesturing... It does seem odd that he would be deaf as well but never mentioned, but I suppose the two being related could explain that
Mar
4
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Mar
4
asked Why did Zechariah's neighbours make signs to him?
Mar
4
asked Why did Elizabeth keep herself hidden while pregnant?
Feb
24
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Feb
24
comment Where does the concept of a “God-shaped hole” originate?
is there a psychological concept of a hole that can never be filled by anything in this world?