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Nov
13
comment I do not call myself christian
In general, it's preferable to leave the contents of a question as it is instead of editing it all out. I've closed it so that no answers can be submitted for this question. Please, please follow the links that Reluctant_Linux_User has provided, and feel free to ask another question that is more suitable for this site. Alternatively, feel free to come to Christianity Chat and ask this question there.
Nov
12
comment Did Casting Crowns ever say why they chose their name?
@Reluctant_Linux_User: Please bring it up on Meta if you want to. Also, you can go ahead and flag it; we mods never handle flags on our own content as a rule.
Nov
12
comment Did Casting Crowns ever say why they chose their name?
It's at times like these that I wish there was a way to do a BibleGateway search across all versions. +1 for finding the right one.
Nov
11
comment What is the history of the doctrine of inerrancy?
Related: When was the Bible formally declared to be inerrant and/or infallible?
Oct
20
comment Did Jesus himself assert the fact that he belonged to some religion like Judaism?
@publicstatic and Narnian, please don't have discussions in the comments.
Oct
14
comment Does God create some people Heterosexual and others Homosexual?
@Sklivvz and FMS, both of you should know better than to carry on a discussion in the comments.
Oct
8
comment Why is vengeance for the Lord?
@HelpingHand: You could make those comments into an answer. I would especially like to hear more about which verses in the Bible document God's reasoning (and why they answer LCIII's question).
Oct
8
comment Why is vengeance for the Lord?
Not-exactly-constructive comment: I also see it as God being able to do a much better job at taking revenge than we are.
Sep
17
comment Keep the law OR nail to the cross?
In the future, please edit your answer to add more. Also, please follow fredsbend's advice and read those Meta posts he linked to. If you don't improve the current issues with this answer, it may be deleted.
Sep
1
comment How old were Joseph & Mary when they marrried?
For what it's worth, I'm leaning towards the marriage question as that seems more interesting to me.
Aug
24
comment What are the main differences between Anglicanism and Catholicism?
Note: this question is in the same format as this one, so it should be answered in much the same way: with a comprehensive and thorough answer that touches on the main differences.
Aug
18
comment What Bible passage does this $1,000,000 dollar bill reference?
It's actually "John 3:16 Do you believe". (Ah-ha! My |337-reading skills have paid off!)
Aug
1
comment Should those who fall away and return to the church be baptized again?
As the question is no longer in pastoral advice form, I have reopened the question. However, it is still in danger of being a list question and/or a possible duplicate of this: Is there any sense in being baptized as an adult after being baptized as an infant?
Aug
1
comment Should those who fall away and return to the church be baptized again?
@DJGray: Look at the edit history and you'll see I put the question on hold before Bye edited it.
Aug
1
comment Unfulfilled Prophecies of Jesus?
Welcome to Christianity.SE! In general, Stack Exchange sites discourage list questions, which this certainly is. I would recommend you pick one or two that you're particularly interested in, and then ask focused questions about those. Please see this post for more: Types of questions, or template questions, that the community generally finds acceptable
Jul
22
comment What is the specific meaning of “day” in Genesis 1?
@Steve: This question was posted in the earliest days of the this site, and Hermeneutics wouldn't come along for another couple months.
Jul
14
comment What's the justification for believing that God interacts with us today the same way He did thousands of years ago?
Ah, great answer!
Jul
14
comment What's the justification for believing that God interacts with us today the same way He did thousands of years ago?
@Onlyheisgood. No.
Jul
12
comment What's the justification for believing that God interacts with us today the same way He did thousands of years ago?
@bruisedreed: I made an attempt to clarify my question.
Jul
10
comment Is there a biblical basis for the division caused by theology?
Whether or not a question has answers does not and should not prevent it from being closed if that is truly the appropriate action to take. That said, you or someone else should be able to clarify your question and make it good. Narnian even mentions the murkiness, and makes a suggestion as to what he thinks you're actually asking.