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Jun
18
comment Which denominations follow prosperity theology?
As it stands this is an interesting question but it is also a list question or even a yes/no question. Maybe you want to narrow the scope and make it more about the biblical origins? Otherwise @AffableGeek has already answered with a 'yes'.
Jun
14
answered Has any church organization refused lottery winnings as donation?
Jun
12
comment What Christianity thinks about the God of present day Judaism?
Eric, welcome to the site. Please take some time to expand your answer. I also belong to the LDS church and would like to expound here but I don't want to step on your toes. Thanks.
May
15
revised To what are the scriptures referring when they speak of the books of the “chronicles of the kings”?
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May
15
revised To what are the scriptures referring when they speak of the books of the “chronicles of the kings”?
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May
15
revised To what are the scriptures referring when they speak of the books of the “chronicles of the kings”?
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May
15
answered To what are the scriptures referring when they speak of the books of the “chronicles of the kings”?
May
8
answered Why do Mormons/LDS refer to God as “Heavenly Father” rather than “Our Heavenly Father”?
May
2
comment Are the early followers of Christ considered Christians or Jews in today's context? If not, when was the religion created?
@BruceAlderman I thought about removing the second part altogether but it did receive an answer from AffGreek so I wasn't sure what to do cause I didn't want to make the effort he expended worth nothing. I agree with you though about this not being the place for that.
May
2
comment Are the early followers of Christ considered Christians or Jews in today's context? If not, when was the religion created?
@BruceAlderman and Dan, I edited your question and changed the title. I believe that my edit asks the same question still but just clarifies what your after.
May
2
revised Are the early followers of Christ considered Christians or Jews in today's context? If not, when was the religion created?
Tried to find the good question in here and preserve the words and intent of the author.
May
2
answered Are the early followers of Christ considered Christians or Jews in today's context? If not, when was the religion created?
Apr
19
asked Is a bishop in Roman Catholic tradition equal in authority with the apostles?
Apr
19
comment What is the origin and basis for the Catholic teaching regarding Mary's vow of celibacy prior to her betrothal?
@PeterTurner Obviously, this is a historical angle, I'm not trying to attack your beliefs. Sorry if my posts came across in such a manner.
Apr
19
comment What is the origin and basis for the Catholic teaching regarding Mary's vow of celibacy prior to her betrothal?
@PeterTurner also if you study Jewish wedding tradition for that time period. You would know that there was no marriage without consummation. Consummation was what finalized the marriage contract.
Apr
19
comment What is the origin and basis for the Catholic teaching regarding Mary's vow of celibacy prior to her betrothal?
@PeterTurner what makes you think she didn't consummate her marriage, before her husband died?
Apr
19
comment What is the origin and basis for the Catholic teaching regarding Mary's vow of celibacy prior to her betrothal?
@PeterTurner I don't know, I've never heard of Anna... As for your answer. Tradition is tradition yes, but I said Jewish tradition. I have been looking around the historical records, outside of Catholic tradition, I can't find any evidence of the Jews practicing vows of virginity. And whatever you want to think Mary was a Jew, not a Christian. And was raised in Jewish tradition.
Apr
19
comment What is the origin and basis for the Catholic teaching regarding Mary's vow of celibacy prior to her betrothal?
I would like to know this as well. Since there is ZERO precedent for this in the scriptures. Or in Jewish tradition.
Apr
3
comment What is the basis for the belief among some LDS/Mormons that children in their pre-mortal existence choose who their parents will be?
@Narnian Mason is correct, it is taught throughout the LDS Church that there is no "one and only" and has been iterated on by multiple General Authorities. He is also correct about the ....usefulness of Saturday's Warrior. Though with many of the things it depicts, especially the pre-mortal life and missionary work I wouldn't even be as charitable as he was...
Feb
20
asked What religious significance is there in marriage for Catholics and Protestants?