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Aug
7
revised Why is the Trinity a Trinity?
added 12 characters in body
Aug
7
asked Who is Wisdom in Proverbs?
Aug
7
asked How do Catholics support transubstantiation?
Aug
7
asked Why is the Trinity a Trinity?
Aug
7
comment If Adam and Eve were perfect, why did they choose to sin?
<Obsolete and unconstructive comments removed.>
Aug
7
comment what is essential to be a Christian?
Welcome to Christianity.SE! Unfortunately, as was decided long, long ago (in Christianity.SE vs. Survivor and Brothers, we are not Christians), this is a question we avoid. Hence, I'm closing it. However, please do understand that you can still post other questions you have; this one just happened to be one we won't cover.
Aug
5
comment Why should a sinner suffer forever in hell fire?
This doesn't address why the punishment in Hell would be eternal.
Aug
5
comment Why should a sinner suffer forever in hell fire?
Welcome to Christianity.SE! This is a great first answer and I hope to see more great contributions from you in the future. :D
Aug
2
comment How can Christians reconcile the request to prohibit same-sex marriage and the lawfulness of homosexuality itself?
@MonikaMichael: If you think it's really a duplicate, cast a close vote; you have the necessary rep.
Jul
27
comment Are there any Protestant beliefs which have their roots in Mormon doctrines?
<Obsolete and unconstructive comments removed.>
Jul
25
comment Should a Christian watch horror movies?
@Jas3.1: There's also Philippians 4:8 - "Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things."
Jul
25
comment Do the dietary prohibitions in Acts 15:20 apply to Christians today?
@MonikaMichael: Good question. I actually went and looked, but even the NLT says "consuming blood". You can, however, extrapolate from the fact that blood is present in (cooked) meat, which is not prohibited elsewhere. Drinking blood disgusts most people to this day.
Jul
25
comment Do the dietary prohibitions in Acts 15:20 apply to Christians today?
@MonikaMichael: Actually, it's drinking blood that's forbidden, not eating it. Eating blood is pretty much unavoidable if you're eating meat. (Health probably played/plays a part too.)
Jul
25
comment Do the dietary prohibitions in Acts 15:20 apply to Christians today?
Only a comment as I don't have an answer for your bolded question, but I've always interpreted that passage to be setting out the only rules (besides the 10 Commandments) that Christians have to follow. Pollution by idols gets its own treatment, sexual immorality defiles the Temple of the body, strangling is cruel, and drinking blood essentially means drinking the life of another animal/human.
Jul
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on pearl-of-great-price tag wiki
Jul
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on pearl-of-great-price tag wiki excerpt
Jul
18
comment Basis for the concept of an “Age of accountability”
Well, right off the bat, there's Romans 5:13...
Jul
14
comment Sponge in water vs water in sponge how to understand St. Teresa properly?
@Alex: Thanks for pointing out the Teresa error. :) That said, I would say "no". God does not make His Presence felt everywhere, which is what that would imply. He's certainly omnipresent though. I'm sure Teresa would've made another metaphor with regards to the world.
Jul
14
revised Sponge in water vs water in sponge how to understand St. Teresa properly?
Wrong Teresa. :P
Jul
14
answered Sponge in water vs water in sponge how to understand St. Teresa properly?