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I have been coding iPhone and Android apps with PhoneGap and HTML/CSS/Javascript. See my tutorials on Cordova/PhoneGap at iphonedevlog.wordpress.com.

Calligraphy enthusiast. See some of my work and resource pages at stevehusting.com/calligraphy

Written hundreds of Christian devotionals. See my Christian Q&A blog articles at stevehusting.com/doubtbusters


May
25
comment Why did heaven need to be purified by Christ's blood?
This did not answer the question: "Why?"
May
25
comment Why did heaven need to be purified by Christ's blood?
This did not answer the question, only restated my own words. :) Answer "Why?"
May
22
comment Why did heaven need to be purified by Christ's blood?
This did not answer the question, only restated my own words. :) Answer "Why?"
May
22
awarded  Yearling
May
22
answered Are there one or two covenants in Exodus? Clarifying the role of the first set of laws compared to the second set
May
22
asked Why did heaven need to be purified by Christ's blood?
May
18
comment Do Catholics officially recognize Protestants as Christians?
So the Catechism quoted in the answer is general info, and Trent info is more specific and pointed.
May
16
comment Which Apocrypha are part of the Catholic and the Orthodox traditions and which are not? Why?
Definition of Apocrypha: biblestudytools.com/dictionary/apocrypha If the works are not considered part of their canon, then they are by definition not Apocrypha. Perhaps you are asking whether there are any more holy or inspired works than those in the Catholic Bible?
May
13
comment Why would a loving God prefer one nation over another?
Actually God chose the Jewish nation because they were the smallest of nations, and a stiff-necked people. That shows His love even more! (Reference: Deut. 7:7.)
May
13
comment What did salvation mean to the Israelite people of the OT?
@IAbstract I removed that sentence. It was asking if the Jews thought of the concept of "salvation." Did they perceive anything of "salvation" in their lives with God. Again, I want to know what the Bible says of salvation of the OT Jews.
May
13
revised What did salvation mean to the Israelite people of the OT?
removed confusing sentence at end.
May
12
comment What did salvation mean to the Israelite people of the OT?
@servantofWiser That did not occur to me. I was thinking of what it says in the Bible, and that's what this site is about. I'll have to wander over there, since this question has 2 close votes. Thanks!
May
12
asked What did salvation mean to the Israelite people of the OT?
May
10
comment Is there any Biblical basis for saying that wives should divorce their physically-abusive husbands?
@LeeWoofenden I carefully refrained from saying that Abraham abused his wife. :) I kept it on "an abusive relationship" level. The OP can decide if it has any bearing or not. :)
May
9
answered Is there any Biblical basis for saying that wives should divorce their physically-abusive husbands?
May
9
comment What type of Sabbath rest is Hebrews 4 talking about?
My article clarifies this well: stevehusting.com/doubtbusters/2013/01/12/…
May
7
comment Summary of the The Epistles in the New Testament
The shortest summary of the NT that I've come across is, "They are God's love letters to His children."
May
2
comment Nakedness in the Bible
I can't buy the argument that the Hebrew language has only 8000 words, so we can't understand it. We are only concerned with the one word, "naked." It seems to me that the Hebrew word is clear enough to strip it of all ambiguity. They found they were naked; they covered themselves; then God clothed them. Nothing ambiguous here.
Apr
28
revised How did Cain kill Abel?
Put the meaning of the external page into the answer.
Apr
28
comment Matthew 18:10 “Children's angels always behold the face of the Father” - what does this mean?
I think the general idea behind the verse is, "If you cause one of these little ones to sin, undoing my saving work in their lives, their angels will report you right to the Father. Then you'll wish you hadn't been born." See context of 18:4-11. How mainstream is this? I don't know, so I offer it as a comment.