Reputation
2,043
Top tag
Next privilege 2,500 Rep.
Create tag synonyms
Badges
1 12 38
Impact
~72k people reached

6h
comment Why are psalms in the bible printed with funny spacing?
I agree with Lee, it's a better fit at Hermeneutics as this is a method of communication within the book and not a question about Christianity.
7h
comment Did Christianity start as a cult?
Cult: "a system of religious veneration and devotion directed toward a particular figure or object" You imply that it isn't now? Who do you want answers from?
7h
comment Is there any apocryphal gospel where someone else is crucified?
"Is there any apocryphal gospel where someone else is crucified?" I believe is the question. I'd have to write a book in order to detail the relationship between these two books and Christianity and I'm not sure that it helps answer the question. I agree to disagree.
Feb
5
comment Is there any extra-Biblical 'evidence' of Herod's murder of babies?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massacre_of_the_Innocents#Historicity
Feb
5
comment Did the Herodian Temple have virgins?
Is this even a question about Christianity?
Feb
4
comment Do miracles prove that God exists
according to whom? A Christian deist would disagree. Miracles prove the supernatural.
Feb
4
comment Should i be concerned how money i give to a ministry is beeing used?
See what we're doing here? We're using the comments as a CHATROOM
Feb
4
comment Should i be concerned how money i give to a ministry is beeing used?
@fredsbend go big or go home ;)
Feb
4
comment Should i be concerned how money i give to a ministry is beeing used?
this would be a great topic for our chatroom as it's not a real question but a discussion.
Feb
4
comment Is there any apocryphal gospel where someone else is crucified?
of interest: letusreason.org/Islam7.htm Also, please note that there are groups of people who believe Islam is a derivative of Gnostic Christianity. When looking at it from a macro scale, it make sense. However either group would not admit it.
Feb
4
answered Is there any apocryphal gospel where someone else is crucified?
Feb
3
comment Information about Easter and Ash Wednesday
meta.christianity.stackexchange.com
Feb
1
comment What is the biblical basis for commemorating the birth of Jesus?
@JamesKingsbery good thing I'm not trying to sell it.
Feb
1
comment What is the biblical basis for commemorating the birth of Jesus?
I don't know how they can prove the opposite case to if it's biblical or not. The only thing that can be said is that it has become a church tradition and if you're Catholic, that new tradition (as decreed by the pope) overwrites what's in the bible.
Feb
1
comment What is the biblical basis for commemorating the birth of Jesus?
@Kris then your question isn't a question at all. You'll looking to start a discussion. Please consider the Chat Room for discussions.
Feb
1
comment Is celebrating Christmas required of Catholics?
The Catholic Encyclopedia, 1913, Vol. X, p. 709. I was with you until you mentioned it was a birthday party (not directly).
Feb
1
revised What is the biblical basis for commemorating the birth of Jesus?
added 427 characters in body
Feb
1
revised What is the biblical basis for commemorating the birth of Jesus?
added 214 characters in body
Feb
1
comment What is the biblical basis for commemorating the birth of Jesus?
@Kris that isn't the original reason for Christmas. I can't explain to you why some churches choose to modify traditions. I can only tell you that celebration of a birth day isn't biblical - which is the answer to your question.
Feb
1
answered What is the biblical basis for commemorating the birth of Jesus?