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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.

I am currently a consultant working on BizTalk and SharePoint projects, as well as custom .Net and ASP.NET apps.

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Sep
28
comment Should a Christian read books known to be heretical / blasphemous / against Christianity?
@MarcGravell Hey thanks, I've not read Hitchens though I have heard him speak. I'll check it out.
Sep
28
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Sep
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
28
answered Was 'Jesus and the woman taken in adultery' in St. John a later addition, and does this invalidate infallibility?
Sep
28
answered Should a Christian read books known to be heretical / blasphemous / against Christianity?
Sep
28
asked Was 'Jesus and the woman taken in adultery' in St. John a later addition, and does this invalidate infallibility?
Sep
28
comment Was Paul advocating killing a man because of sexual immorality?
+1 That exactly it!
Sep
28
accepted Was Paul advocating killing a man because of sexual immorality?
Sep
27
asked Was Paul advocating killing a man because of sexual immorality?
Sep
27
comment How do young earth creationists reconcile the age of the universe with the speed of light, and visible distant objects?
@Sven Though I agree that my I earlier statement was too broad, I should have said: 'if confirmed, this may call into question some the fundamental assumptions used by astrophysics, in particular, in last 100 years'. Also, I certainly wouldn't think it would be reasonable to think that the changes/refinements that could be made as a result of this would change the answer in regards to anywhere near 10k years. Also, please don't think I am anti-science at all, I hope the language in the question would indicate I am the opposite.
Sep
27
comment How do young earth creationists reconcile the age of the universe with the speed of light, and visible distant objects?
@Sven Special relativity would be invalidated since you could sense 'see' object traveling at relative speeds would appear to be moving at a faster rate of time then would have been predicted by special relativity. Any theory that could account for 'why is a neutrino faster than a photon?', 'how fast can it go?', 'what is the max speed limit of the universe?' etc., could have ramifications in regards to what the age of the universe is.
Sep
27
comment How do young earth creationists reconcile the age of the universe with the speed of light, and visible distant objects?
@Sven agreed on the issue of their being issues with those neutrinos, and IMHO they the results will probably be explained satisfactorily within the current scientific understanding, prob. we do not know enough about neutrinos. However, if they were going faster than light it would invalidate the mathematics behind special and general relativity for sure b/c as you speed up the amount of energy required to go faster increases and becomes infinite at the speed of light, do the neutrinos have more than infinite energy?
Sep
27
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Sep
27
comment How do young earth creationists reconcile the age of the universe with the speed of light, and visible distant objects?
@jimreed I read the wikipedia article you sited and it blew my mind! Thanks! Also of interest this past week, after I ask this question originally, scientist have discovered particles they think are traveling faster than light, which, if confirmed, may call into question much the assumptions of the last 100 years of science, and perhaps the premise of this question: wired.com/geekdad/2011/09/…
Sep
26
answered Why do the Jews in the OT in Joshua, Kings, Chronicles always list their war spoils after each battle?
Sep
26
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Sep
23
comment What happens to non-believers or believers of other religions after death?
@IanPugsley Agreed, there is absolutely no one agreed upon answer from this one, there is a spectrum of beliefs depending on who you talk to.
Sep
23
comment What happens to non-believers or believers of other religions after death?
Related: Is Hell eternal, or do some/all escape it?
Sep
23
comment How did all the animals fit into Noah's ark?
The dementions you site are basically the size of of a fairly large hotel ball room, I cannot imagine marching all the species of animals in the state of Georgia (where I live) to my local Hiltion, much less all the animals from around the world.
Sep
22
awarded  Nice Question