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Mar
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reviewed Approve nwt tag wiki excerpt
Mar
1
awarded  Fanatic
Feb
28
asked Is there any record of a visual method of prayer in the Bible?
Feb
27
reviewed Approve How may we reconcile the Blessed Virgin Mary's maturity with her age?
Feb
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
27
reviewed Approve Is there a good overview of Christian denominations/churches and their mapping between countries
Feb
26
comment Why do religious people find it hard to accept that you don't need religion to have a good moral code?
<Unconstructive comments removed.> - Comments are not the place for discussion/debate.
Feb
26
comment Why do religious people find it hard to accept that you don't need religion to have a good moral code?
<Unconstructive comments removed.> - Comments are not the place for discussion/debate.
Feb
26
reviewed Approve What is the meaning of the Psalm 37:29?
Feb
24
reviewed Approve Scriptures and the 'Simulated Universe'
Feb
21
reviewed Reject Are some people created to go to Hell?
Feb
21
comment In general, in the Protestant branch, who can baptize a new believer?
@Greg: Wait, you mean there are some Protestant branches that don't believe a adult who just became a believer can be baptized? Also, note that I'm asking if there is a consensus, so a single answer could say "No"!
Feb
20
revised According to the Roman Catholic church, who can baptize a new believer?
Linkified.
Feb
20
asked In general, in the Protestant branch, who can baptize a new believer?
Feb
20
asked According to the Roman Catholic church, who can baptize a new believer?
Feb
20
reviewed Approve Did Jesus pray to God in the Gospel?
Feb
20
comment Roman Catholics: What is the precise manner of expressing the relationship of the humanity (human nature) to the divine person of the Son?
I haven't read Aquinas at all, actually. I did read that Boethius link, and that increased my understanding...but only a fraction. :P
Feb
20
comment Roman Catholics: What is the precise manner of expressing the relationship of the humanity (human nature) to the divine person of the Son?
...+1 because I'm having a hard time comprehending them too. :)
Feb
20
comment Roman Catholics: What is the precise manner of expressing the relationship of the humanity (human nature) to the divine person of the Son?
Okay, good, you clarified it. I still don't really get it because despite being a Christian all my life, I'm not versed in all of the jargon. Would it be correct to say that if x substands y, then x is...inferior to y in some sense? Or is it like the opposite of "subsists"? And to make matters worse, I think the meaning of "subsists" here is different from the common usage - that of living/existing on something. The main thing is, explain all of the jargon if you can.
Feb
20
comment Roman Catholics: What is the precise manner of expressing the relationship of the humanity (human nature) to the divine person of the Son?
Might want to clarify "subsists" and "substands". I've actually never seen "substands" before.