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I have been programming since I was in high school, and my favorite computer was my Amiga 2000, as that is what I learned to program in C on, and was just a great computer.

I have been an advocate about unit testing since 1999, and believe we can get better code by getting before the user more frequently so we can narrow the solution to what they really want, as users don't really know what they want, initially.

I am comfortable with many languages, but am trying to understand how to program in functional languages, giving up while loops is very difficult for me in designing applications. :)

I am living in Knoxville, TN.


Oct
12
comment How ambitious should a Christian be?
You may want to read "In His Steps", by Charles Sheldon, and see how some people would have dealt with being ambitious and being a Christian.
Oct
12
comment Why do Christians need to promote their religion to non-believers?
@Yeodave - I was using it as an example, not to state all non-believers act a certain way, just as you will find self-proclaimed Christians that are adulterers and murderers. You can read whatever you want into what I write, but I am pretty consistent, I think, on what the entire message is. I guess you miss the idea of examples, as it wasn't even a generalization.
Oct
12
comment How did the Inquisition impact modern Christianity?
@MasonWheeler - When political leaders are talking about killing/jailing Muslims it is for political power. For example you can read publiceye.org/liberty/training/Muslim_Menace_Complete.pdf and this gives some good info: rightweb.irc-online.org/articles/display/…
Oct
11
comment How do Christians explain commonalities between their religion, other major faiths and obscure isolated tribal belief systems?
@Screamer - When you are in a minority, then you can't threaten, and Paul was in that boat. So, he took time to understand the Athenian beliefs in order to find an opening that he can use to help reach out to others.
Oct
10
comment Why do Christians need to promote their religion to non-believers?
@Yeodave - The NT uses gambling, adultery and drunkenness as examples, I just made it a bit more modern.
Oct
9
comment What is unique about Christianity?
Are we talking about what Jesus taught that was unique, or the religion that was formed due to those teachings? Basically, are we looking at the religion or the message?
Oct
9
revised Why do women have inferior rights in the Bible?
typo
Oct
9
comment What's the Mormon view of Freemasonry?
You can read en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mormonism_and_Freemasonry to see more.
Oct
9
answered Why do women have inferior rights in the Bible?
Oct
9
comment What was Satan's view on the authority of Scripture?
@Caleb - Yes, in Matt 4:10 Satan didn't refute the authority of Scripture.
Oct
9
answered What was Jesus' view on the authority of Scripture?
Oct
8
comment How do Christians explain commonalities between their religion, other major faiths and obscure isolated tribal belief systems?
Baal's father was 'El, who may have been the God worshipped by Abraham, as 'El was times used to refer to YWHW and Elohim (army of 'El) is also used to refer to God. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_(deity)
Oct
8
comment How should other churches respond to a pastor and congregation who live contrary to the Gospel?
@Caleb - Thank you for your changes. I will consider writing an answer to my own question.
Oct
8
answered Why do Christians need to promote their religion to non-believers?
Oct
8
answered How do Christians explain commonalities between their religion, other major faiths and obscure isolated tribal belief systems?
Oct
8
comment How do Christians explain commonalities between their religion, other major faiths and obscure isolated tribal belief systems?
Many religions are persecuted, so when Muslims are persecuted, or Hindus are persecuted, they get help from their gods also. Your answer can apply to any religion, basically.
Oct
8
comment What is the Alpha Course?
You may want to read en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alpha_course
Oct
6
comment Is there any specific difference between a “Christian” and a 'true' disciple of Christ?
How do you define a Christian, and how do you define a true disciple?
Oct
5
awarded  Scholar
Oct
5
accepted How should other churches respond to a pastor and congregation who live contrary to the Gospel?