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Nov
11
comment Saint Thomas in India
@JayarathinaMadharasan I think perhaps the OP is talking about controversy about Roman Catholicism in India. When the Portuguese arrived in the 15 hundreds some joined the RC communion while other remained separate.
Nov
5
comment Will Elijah return before the final judgement?
Hey @Byuiwritter, thanks for the response! Question though, how does the LDS church view Matthew 17, where Jesus says "But I tell you, Elijah has already come, and they did not recognize him" if Elijah appeared at a later time to J. Smith?
Oct
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Oct
30
comment Is there consensus on the age of human civilization?
@Flimzy Oh no, I think we are on the same page. I am not saying global flood. I am saying localized flood in a particular region. So humanity is (almost) completely wiped from the face of the earth, so its universal in that narrow sense, but if a flood is occurring only in a small region of the entire planet earth, then no, not global.
Oct
28
comment Is there consensus on the age of human civilization?
@Flimzy well not necessarily: consider someone who believes the flood was localized to a region, and in that region lived all the humans on earth. Now you have a choke point AND a localized flood. I could be wrong, but I think that is RTB's actually stance on this.
Oct
28
comment Is there consensus on the age of human civilization?
I heard someone at reasons to believe say they would place the flood event at some point around 60k years ago based on a genetic choke point, for context.
Oct
28
comment Is there consensus on the age of human civilization?
Sounds kind of off topic... consensus among who? Christians? Catholic vs Protestant? If you want some opposing points of view, check out 'answers in genesis' and 'reasons to believe' respectively.
Oct
26
comment Will Elijah return before the final judgement?
@Bizantine Oh I would love to know orthodox, especially since I don't think there is really a universal point of view on this one.
Oct
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Sep
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Sep
27
comment What translation of Augustine's Confessions is the easiest to read in English?
Augustine fan here, not an expert, but I've not read any of the translations you mentioned, except the one by Maria Boulding, and I very much enjoyed it.
Sep
27
comment What translation of Augustine's Confessions is the easiest to read in English?
Confessions has got to be one of the toughest translations of Augustine since there is simultaneously heavy Poetry and Theology/Philosophy
Sep
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Aug
20
answered Is it immoral to allow children to believe in Santa Claus?
Aug
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Aug
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