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comment What is the Catholic Church's stance on baptism after death?
I'm not trying to debate I'm asking about this line: "But many scholars think that there is no connection between these two verses,...". Also, you changed my phrasing "exactly" !== "can". Despite my second sentience it was a real inquiry.
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comment What is the Catholic Church's stance on baptism after death?
How exactly do they justify not connecting 1 Peter 3:19 with 3:20? Peter just went off on a random tangent in 20 to talk about those who died during the time of Noah?
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revised Why did the RLDS change its name to the Community of Christ?
Actually has nothing to do with the LDS Church
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revised Why did the RLDS start giving the priesthood to women?
Doesn't actually have anything to do with the LDS Church
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comment What roles do faith and works play in the LDS/Mormon understanding of salvation?
Whats with the random downvote 2 years later?
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revised Can anyone explain Pope Paul VI's arguments in favor of Padre Pio?
This has nothing to do with the LDS Church.
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I withdrew cause I endorse Mason.
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comment Is there any evidence for the claim that the Catholic church suppressed translation of Scripture?
@IgnatiusTheophorus you seem extreamly biased towards the church not banning. Also the question deals with medieval times, which 1956 does not qualify as. You can not use that then as 'proof' that 1000 years ago translations were appropriate, common, and acceptable...
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@El'endiaStarman I know, I've participated in elections before. It was just a sentiment that I thought you were all doing a bang up job.
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comment Is there any evidence for the claim that the Catholic church suppressed translation of Scripture?
@Narnian that would be the advent of middle English, when french was introduced to the language and it became less of a Germanic language. Old English is much older then that, but is much more related to German then it is to modern English.