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awarded  Teacher
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comment Does being a Christian mean being a Bible literalist?
@Jonathan - it sounds like you're arguing for the truthfulness of the Scriptures, but the question was more whether statements in the scriptures can be taken figuratively in some cases.
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awarded  Editor
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revised Why is it usually easier to do things the wrong or unethical way than to do things the right way?
Added more complete answer
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answered Why is it usually easier to do things the wrong or unethical way than to do things the right way?
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comment Does the Bible suggest that the earth is round?
@Rex - smile :). I come from using StackOverflow and in that community the rules are much more strict about either presenting an answer or adding a thought/comment. I think I overstepped myself here. Sorry about that!
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comment What is the origin of praying hands folded?
Just something to add: Scripture talks about kneeling to pray (Daniel 6:10) or standing to pray (Mark 11:25), but it never mentions folding of hands.
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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comment Does the Bible suggest that the earth is round?
@Marc - I reread Rex's answer. You're right that it does present good evidence that speaks to the question. But it sounds like no conclusion is being presented in the answer... is that OK?
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comment Does the Bible suggest that the earth is round?
Administrivia: this doesn't answer the question and would be more appropriate in a comment.
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awarded  Supporter
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comment Is Christian mysticism an oxymoron or is it a legitimate path for a Christian?
This is a huge topic -- see this link for an overview of the subject on Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_mysticism. From a Protestant, evangelical point of view, I would make the observation that little of what that link describes derives from the Bible, but rather from tradition. From an evangelical POV, Christian life ought to derive as directly as possible from Scripture (systematic theology), which would preclude spiritual teachings that originate elsewhere and have no scriptural basis.