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Feb
21
awarded  Nice Question
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.
Feb
14
comment Is there a way to prove the God of the Bible?
Also your summery for the Ontologial argument would make more sense if it said 'If it is possible God exists, then it follows that God exists'.
Feb
14
comment Is there a way to prove the God of the Bible?
As Marc mentioned these arguments are not meant to work together, they were formulated independently over centuries. One interesting related argument is 'Kalām cosmological argument'. Dr William Lane Craig has an entire book on that subject. Also, for those interested please look into the work of Alvin Plantinga on the ontological argument, which has several logical proofs, and as far as I know, the premises have not been satisfactory refuted. It makes an argument for a maximal being that has a lot in common with the God of the bible, though admittedly not an intuitive argument.
Feb
12
accepted Is there a difference between Liberal, Progressive, and Emergent Christianity?
Feb
6
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
13
answered Does Genesis 9:5 say that God holds animals accountable for killing humans?
Jan
7
revised A set of traits common for all protestant believers
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Jan
7
answered A set of traits common for all protestant believers
Dec
30
comment Is there biblical evidence of “cavemen”?
Maybe the correct term should be Paleolithic man, or pre-neolithic man.
Dec
30
comment Is paganism compatible with Christianity?
If a pagan religion had a theology of some sort, then individual statements made by said theology may or may not conflict with any particular Christian doctrine. For instance 'the divine exists' could be held by 1. or 2. and would not conflict with Christianity. Perhaps define what you mean by compatible, something like 'compatible as a means of salvation' is what you may have in mind?
Dec
30
comment How to define an independent interference by God?
Matt, I'd suggest that you check out a book by John Earman, who is an atheist and an academic dealing extensively with probability theory as it relates to miraculous events. You might be surprised.
Dec
28
comment Why does Jesus not want people to repent and be forgiven in Mark 4?
@RobertHarvey, indeed, you should make an answer of it then. I noticed that the author of 'Hard sayings of Jesus' amazon.com/Hard-Sayings-Jesus-Library/dp/0877849277 found it vexing enough for an entry on it, which is partly why I ask the question
Dec
27
asked Why does Jesus not want people to repent and be forgiven in Mark 4?
Dec
26
comment Denominational adherence to “The New Perspective On Paul”
@caleb of course I did use the clause "if you accept that conclution...
Dec
22
comment What are the arguments for the Exodus occuring in 1440BC or 1290BC?
Perhaps you should post some links? I know Simcha Jacobovici suggested that it occurred around 1500 BC en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simcha_Jacobovici#The_Exodus_Decoded
Dec
13
comment How does Free Grace Theology reconcile 1 John?
related christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/46/…
Dec
11
revised Do Evangelical leaders (televangelists, megachurch pastors, etc…) not consider themselves Protestants?
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Dec
11
answered Do Evangelical leaders (televangelists, megachurch pastors, etc…) not consider themselves Protestants?