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Apr
24
comment What is the biblical basis for a continued illness indicating unforgiven sin?
@Martin: Those answers weren't moved; they were deleted because they didn't actually answer this question - they answered the opposite question. Hence, he suggested asking another question where those answers would be answers, and then reposting the answers on that question.
Apr
6
comment What are the theological reasons some Protestants are Zionists?
@GaliTheLion: Welcome to Christianity.SE! Please reserve the answer box for exactly one answer. I've merged your other answers into this one and converted one into a comment on this answer. Aside from that, questions and answers are usually expected to be focused on a specific Christian branch and/or tradition, so we generally don't allow personal-opinion answers. (Incidentally, the question has been put on hold for being primarily opinion-based, so it's not all your fault.)
Mar
23
comment Why is foot washing so uncommon nowadays
Good question. This isn't a full answer, but I think part of the reason is that, in those times, people walked around on dusty/dirty roads in sandals, whereas we have clean roads, cars, and shoes. Our feet just don't get anywhere near as dirty now as they used to.
Mar
23
comment Is there more than one Joseph in the Bible?
@GaryMcCoy: I went ahead and converted your "answer" to a comment on this answer. If you continue to participate, you can earn enough reputation to comment on answers yourself. In the meantime, please reserve the answer box for actual answers.
Jan
16
comment According to the Catholic Church, what is meant by the prophecy, “A bruised reed he will not break . . .”?
If you want to do that, you'll have to downsize it yourself. I used the trick of appending an s to the Imgur link, which is the thumbnail version.
Jan
16
comment Were Adam and Eve the first?
@Pacerier: This question is over four years old and was closed back then with a close reason that doesn't exist anymore (likewise for the 2013 question you linked). Both questions don't fit into the scope of this site (this one is multiple questions and the other one is primarily opinion based).
Dec
19
comment What does it mean that someone managed to live beyond 120 years?
@Nathaniel: I'll grant you that. I'll let the community make the decision on this one.
Dec
19
comment What does it mean that someone managed to live beyond 120 years?
@Nathaniel: I would disagree that this is a duplicate. It's quite obvious that many humans immediately after this pronouncement lived longer than 120 years. However, ages declined rapidly to below 120, and have stayed that way ever since (with one exception). That question is about one of the first aberrations, this question is about a recent aberration.
Nov
24
comment Would the Catholic Church have problems with gays or lesbians getting married under state law but not having sex?
Indeed, I was unaware of that, but their policies are not ours. In any case, 6 questions over the course of one day is different from six questions within an hour, which you kinda did. (And 6 questions in one day a bit much.)
Nov
24
comment Would the Catholic Church have problems with gays or lesbians getting married under state law but not having sex?
I don't know what the system's rate limit would be, but I suggest that 1-3 questions a day is enough.
Nov
11
comment Would the Catholic Church have problems with gays or lesbians getting married under state law but not having sex?
Again, slow down on the questions. They are not exactly bad, but you are kinda taking over the front page. Be patient, get answers to the questions you've already asked, then ask more.
Nov
6
comment According to Roman Catholicism, is it a sin to vote for pro-choice politicians?
@HelpingHand: Done!
Nov
6
comment According to Roman Catholicism, is it a sin to vote for pro-choice politicians?
@HelpingHand: It was deleted automatically. If you want, I can undelete it.
Oct
28
comment Who was Darius the Mede?
@CᴏɴᴏʀO'Bʀɪᴇɴ: Good job on asking a good first question! :)
Oct
21
comment According to Roman Catholicism, is it a sin to vote for pro-choice politicians?
Comments are not for extended discussion; this conversation has been moved to chat.
Sep
26
comment What were the major disagreements between Erasmus and Luther during the Protestant Reformation?
Welcome to Christianity.SE! As it stands already, this question is pretty good, but it would be even better if you could share a little on why you think Erasmus thought Luther went too far in starting the Reformation.
Sep
15
comment What is an overview of Protestant critiques of Swedenborgianism?
I downvoted because this is less an overview of Protestant criticisms and more a defense against Protestant criticisms, which are, incidentally, painted with broad strokes.
Sep
2
comment Are JWs restricted from expressing things in their own words?
@CrossReference: Perhaps you could try again? We'd like to have you stick around...
Sep
1
comment What is the Biblical basis for believing that it is sinful to commit illegal actions?
@TheFreemason: It's been reopened.
Aug
18
comment What is an overview of Protestant critiques of Swedenborgianism?
This answer might have the most citations of any on this site. +1 for doing all that research!