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Apr
4
comment Why are there fourteen stations of the cross?
2 x 7? .........
Apr
3
answered Why was God so upset with Moses for striking the rock the second time in the desert?
Apr
3
comment What is the earliest Christian use of a worship leader?
@Narnian: oh, so that's what people mean when they talk about the early church...
Apr
3
comment What is the earliest Christian use of a worship leader?
This is a great answer! Very thorough and it looks complete.
Apr
3
comment Why do churches often have altars?
I did glance and thought, that's a lot of text. :) OK, so the sacrifice = Eucharist. That's easy to understand (and add to your answer).
Apr
3
comment Why do churches often have altars?
I'd like to know what the role of the altar is. You said it was for sacrifices. Is it? What sacrifices are performed in Roman Catholic services? I don't know of any.
Apr
3
comment What is the biblical basis against Sola Fide (salvation by faith alone, apart from works)?
Related: What is the biblical basis for salvation by faith alone (sola fide)?
Apr
3
comment Why do churches often have altars?
As I understand it, we shouldn't just post links but summarise them in the answer, posting links only for verification and further information. Telling me to wade through loads of text to find your answer is not helpful.
Apr
3
comment Why do churches often have altars?
What do you mean by, "the altar... is still for performing sacrifices"?
Apr
3
comment Why do churches often have altars?
@Eric: the latter. I don't recall ever seeing a live sacrifice in a service!
Apr
3
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Apr
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asked What is the earliest Christian use of a worship leader?
Apr
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asked Why do churches often have altars?
Apr
1
comment How come Easter is associated with Eggs, Bunnies and Flowers?
And probably because the devil considers it a good distraction from the whole point of Easter...
Apr
1
revised When and how did men and women start sitting together in church?
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Apr
1
comment When and how did men and women start sitting together in church?
Possibly the answer to this might help explain Paul's statement about women remaining silent.
Apr
1
asked When and how did men and women start sitting together in church?
Mar
30
comment Should women give sermons?
Great question, very important and relevant.
Mar
29
comment Does Deuteronomy 18:21-22 still apply today?
Well, people make mistakes. I wouldn't say that they are by definition a false prophet but rather that, in this case, they erred. I wouldn't judge their motives. However, if they consistently got it wrong, then I would say they cannot be trusted, same as I would if they prophesied something that was not for their strengthening, encouragement and comfort.
Mar
29
comment Does Deuteronomy 18:21-22 still apply today?
@AffableGeek: along with every other argument.