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comment Praying to people outside the Trinity
@brilliant - If someone is in a place where you cannot talk to them easily, such as the gulf between us and those that have passed on, then we use the term prayer for how we talk to them. When I was younger I would just carry on conversations with Jesus as a friend, people would call that prayer, I just called it talking with a dear friend. It is semantics.
Jan
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comment Could there have been a pragmatic purpose for the OT legal dietary restrictions?
@audio.zoom - A law doesn't have to be logical to be made, as I mentioned, if your goal is to have a group stand out from others, then having a different ritual or law would help achieve this, which can make sense if God's desire is to help them understand that they will be different than non-believers, and some specific rituals will help unite them as a group.
Jan
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comment Could there have been a pragmatic purpose for the OT legal dietary restrictions?
@audio.zoom - My point is that there is no scientific reason. We can guess what it may be, but that involves cherry picking from Leviticus in order to justify the position, and that is always a dangerous step.
Jan
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answered Could there have been a pragmatic purpose for the OT legal dietary restrictions?
Jan
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comment Is Christianity the sum of the actions and beliefs of its adherents or a set of actions and beliefs defined by the Bible?
@PeterTurner - Thank you, I couldn't remember if there was an e at the end of Sheen's name, so I went with it. :)
Jan
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answered Is Christianity the sum of the actions and beliefs of its adherents or a set of actions and beliefs defined by the Bible?
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comment What evidence do we have today about Christian groups not represented at the first four ecumenical councils?
So before 400AD it would be difficult to know the various groups, to state whether one wasn't represented; but I would guess there were by your very broad definition.
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comment What evidence do we have today about Christian groups not represented at the first four ecumenical councils?
What would you consider to be a Christian group? Do you mean was every church represented?
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comment Are there any documented instances of anyone moving a mountain in faith?
It is in the Book of Mormon: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Book_of_Ether
Dec
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comment Is God capable of ever doing wrong?
I am curious how you define doing wrong. Is this similar to the argument about whether there is a rock so heavy that God can't move it? If so then closing the question makes sense.
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answered What has the LDS Church (Mormons) historically taught about the Curse of Cain and dark skin?
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comment Are the images we draw of Jesus correct?
@Richard - It is unlikely Jesus is/was that white, IMO.
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answered Are the images we draw of Jesus correct?