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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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Jan
7
awarded  Organizer
Jan
7
revised Why did Onesimus return to be a slave?
edited tags
Jan
3
comment Is Set Theory anti-Christian?
I guess my disconnect is yes most Christians disagree with modernism most of the time, but I can't see as much as I try why set theory qualifies as modernism?!?
Jan
2
comment Is Set Theory anti-Christian?
@svidgen, yes I just removed any qualifiers. el'endia probably as shocked as me then :-)
Jan
2
revised Is Set Theory anti-Christian?
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Jan
2
asked Is Set Theory anti-Christian?
Dec
21
comment What significance, if any, does the doctrine of the eternal virginity of Mary have?
The Protoevangelium of James asserts that Jesus's brothers were Joseph's from an earlier marriage and that he was old man by the time he married Mary
Dec
21
comment Why do LDS members (Mormons) maintain a long-term supply of food?
The joke my dad always made was that you don't have to prepare for a disaster, just own a gun and get a directory of the members of your local Mormon church...
Dec
20
asked Who said “he would be called a Nazarene”?
Dec
20
asked How can women be forbidden to speak and yet prophesy and speak in tongues?
Dec
20
comment What did Paul mean by “women must be silent in church”?
@benjaminLindley Galatians 3:28 "There is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus"
Dec
20
comment Was Jesus a poor man, in economic sense?
Ha! I didn't realize that existed.
Dec
18
comment Was Jesus a poor man, in economic sense?
I agree with you, in fact, I think Bradford is incorrect. I guess its still confusing for me, with this site, since I see a ton of answers I disagree with, still they are good answers to the questions so I do not down vote. I've answered JW question before, from my understanding of JW, but I am not JW. I mean I wouldn't down vote my own answer b/c I disagree with JW?
Dec
17
comment Was Jesus a poor man, in economic sense?
... and why the down-vote?
Dec
17
revised Was Jesus a poor man, in economic sense?
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Dec
17
answered Was Jesus a poor man, in economic sense?
Dec
17
answered How do we identify false prophets?
Dec
17
comment Is the LDS's view of Trinity/Godhead considered monotheistic or polytheistic?
Drew, I think you should update the title to this question to reference the trinity specifically, since you could ask this same question with a different context. There are some LDS teachings which talk about becoming a God of your own world like Yahweh, and depending on your understanding of those teachings you could ask if LDS was monotheistic or not
Dec
14
comment Is it correct to say “any effort using scientific way to prove or disprove God is in vain”?
@All btw this is all a discussion on logical positivism
Dec
13
comment Is it correct to say “any effort using scientific way to prove or disprove God is in vain”?
Actually, I think we are on the same page, by saying 'God is not empirically observable' I mean exactly 'observability but not repeatability'.