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I am a software engineer working in Atlanta, GA. My experience is primarily in, but not limited to .Net, C#, ASP.NET, BizTalk, SharePoint, SSIS, MS Sql Server 2005/08, Visual Studio 2005/08/10, javascript, XML, etc.

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Aug
22
comment How should a Christian object to those who say Paradise may be a little boring?
@Alex, the catholic encyclopedia link, contains many scriptural references btw, if you are interested.
Aug
22
comment How should a Christian object to those who say Paradise may be a little boring?
@Alex, I not sure if understand your tourist analogy. However, again I'd direct you at the book for a very detailed explanation, or perhaps the entire chapter of 1 Corinthians 15. Here is a catholic outline, I'd direct you at the new testament subheading.
Aug
22
comment All the references where Jesus is offered worship
Premiere Christian radio just had a series of two debates between a Jehovah's witness and a member of a jw outreach organization on the program 'unbelievable'.
Aug
22
comment How should a Christian object to those who say Paradise may be a little boring?
Please see ken boa's sense and nonsense about heaven and hell, for an extended hermeneutic on the topic. Also keep in mind that heaven is temporary until the general resurection.
Aug
8
comment According to mainstream Christianity, what happens after one dies?
@user1311390 Ken Boa did a in depth analysis on these issues that you are concerned with here, with an exhaustive biblical analysis on the subject. Its called Sense and Non Sense about Heaven and Hell
Jul
25
answered Are any writings of the Apostles non-Canonical?
Jul
24
comment The Truth about Rapture
Sounds like your friend believes in a broader narrative for the end times, called Dispensationalism. Which is discussed a bit in the link in David's answer.
May
17
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May
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May
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Apr
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Mar
31
comment What are the theological implications/problems with theistic evolution?
Related: Can I believe in evolution and still be a Christian? specifically see software monkey's answer, which discusses this question
Mar
18
comment Are Many Christians postmodern in their approach to modesty?
Also consider modesty does not just include dress. I grew up attending several baptist churches, many discouraged or outright rejected dancing because they considered it immodest.
Mar
10
comment Was the first gospel written in Hebrew?
I cannot answer you question in bold, however this gospel is commonly referred to as the 'Gospel of the Hebrews'. Here is the wikipedia article on the subject and here is some good information and links as well.
Feb
29
answered What is the basis for Cessationism?
Feb
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on baptism tag wiki excerpt
Feb
22
comment What are modern Christian views of the soul?
Interesting related information... there is such a thing as Christian Materialism, the wikipedia article needs some work, but my understanding is that some Christian Materialists believe that humans do not have souls, that we will receive eternal life after the general resurection.
Feb
21
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Feb
19
comment Who was St. Joseph's Father? The New Testament seems to give two answers
@HeathHunnicutt the issue isn't Jesus's Grandfather, it is the identity of Joseph's father; I could have made the wording in the questions clearer. The question becomes, how many fathers do you have?
Feb
14
comment Is there a way to prove the God of the Bible?
Here is the link to the book on the 'Kalam cosmological argument' I had cited.