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Jan
20
comment What evidence is there that Jesus died on the cross?
That's exactly the type of evidence I have in mind... if the question wasn't closed, I'd ask you to make that an answer.
Dec
12
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Oct
26
comment Does Joseph Smith fail the test of a prophet?
@JonathonByrd, do you have a perspective on this question? christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/4307/…
Oct
25
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Oct
25
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Oct
22
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Oct
21
comment How do “Sola Fide” adherents reconcile with the three aspects of faith?
This is clearly a thorough and well-thought-out answer. It does answer a different question than the one being asked, however.
Oct
21
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Oct
21
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Oct
21
asked How do “Sola Fide” adherents reconcile with the three aspects of faith?
Oct
20
comment What did Jesus mean when He said we must “eat His flesh and drink His blood”?
Here's the question at BH.SE. The folks on that site give fantastically thorough answers!
Oct
20
comment Do Catholics view atheism as a sin?
I'm not sure why this had to be made about a belief-tradition. As you (@Richard) mentioned in your answer, Christianity is unified on this point.
Oct
18
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Oct
17
comment Was Jesus' death legitimate?
Oh, I wasn't asking generally... I was saying that you seem to be making that claim, and if you are, your answer needs the support.
Oct
17
comment Was Jesus' death legitimate?
Understood--hilasterion is sometimes used to refer to the mercy seat. My question was whether that is the usage in Romans 3:25.
Oct
17
comment Was Jesus' death legitimate?
I see--I didn't mean to require more knowledge of you than what you were claiming to have. My understanding is that hilasterion more directly means "propotiation" (the turning aside of God's wrath) and that the mercy seat is referred to with that word because the function of the mercy seat is to turn aside God's wrath.
Oct
17
revised What is the origin of the moral-civil-ceremonial distinction of the Old Testament law?
changing code sample to quotation
Oct
17
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Oct
17
comment How could Jacob wrestle with God if no one can see God and live?
There is a question in here, but as it's written, it is rather lacking. Check out What makes a good focused question? and Writing the Perfect Question for tips on writing a great question.
Oct
16
comment Is violence against LGBT people warranted by scripture?
Whoops--didn't even realize there was another question on this topic. The issue came up in relation to discussions around another question, and I found it relevant to make clear what scripture says on the subject of violence against homosexuals.