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bio website tomjedrz.com
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Husband, Father, Catholic ... also a corporate IT stooge, just waiting for the scorn and ridicule to be heaped upon me.

Nov
25
awarded  Yearling
Jul
14
answered Are there any specific rules on everyday life at all in Christianity?
Feb
16
comment Do Christians believe that more sinful people suffer more on Earth?
I have no definitive knowledge. I am Catholic, and our doctrine is pretty clear on this. As to the rest, I don't know. catholicbible101.com/whywesuffer.htm
Feb
16
answered Do Christians believe that more sinful people suffer more on Earth?
Feb
16
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
3
awarded  Yearling
Dec
22
awarded  Supporter
Oct
4
answered What is the purpose of a Rosary?
Oct
4
comment What exactly is a “Hail Mary”?
Aren't there 5 decades in the standard Rosary?
Oct
4
comment What is the distinction between Consubstantial and One in Being?
I much prefer "one in substance" to "consubstantial"; it is clearer and flows better. But I don't get to make those decisions. I would have enjoyed being a fly on the wall during the committee meetings and discussion about this one.
Oct
4
revised Must a Christian accept the Bible to be infallible and/or inerrant?
Improve flow, add denominational notes.
Oct
4
answered Must a Christian accept the Bible to be infallible and/or inerrant?
Oct
3
revised What are the steps to become Confirmed in the Catholic church?
Update based on change to question.
Oct
3
comment As a protestant, may I participate in the Eucharist (Communion) when visiting a Catholic church?
Not all Catholics understand the deep philosophical and theological implications, but they are pretty clear that they are consuming much more than dry, tasteless wafers and bad wine.
Oct
2
answered How do Roman Catholics understand salvation in light of Romans 3&4?
Oct
2
comment How do Roman Catholics understand salvation in light of Romans 3&4?
I am confused. What "Roman Catholic doctrine of salvation" is not consistent with Romans?
Oct
2
awarded  Commentator
Oct
2
revised What are the steps to become Confirmed in the Catholic church?
Improved the flow ...
Oct
2
answered What are the steps to become Confirmed in the Catholic church?
Oct
2
comment What are the steps to become Confirmed in the Catholic church?
Please clarify .. are you talking about a "late" convert (i.e. an adult), or a child being raised Catholic who is becomig an adult? I will answer below assuming the former