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comment Crusades and the effect they had
Hi Lucy. Christianity.SE is about Christian doctrine, not about historical events that involved Christians. I'm a mod here, and I would transfer this question over to History.SE, but it would probably get closed there for being too broad. I'd recommend that you narrow your question down to something more specific and ask it over there. (Not trying to be unfriendly or anything; it's just that it's important to keep things on topic or this place descends into chaos. You should have seen what the first year of this site was like!)
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answered What is the farthest back an LDS Member has traced his family tree?
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answered What Biblical evidence is there that the Apostles feared for their lives after Jesus was crucified?
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comment Why were early Mormon leaders so critical of traditional Christianity?
@Princelegant: Glad I could help clear it up for you. :)
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answered Why were early Mormon leaders so critical of traditional Christianity?
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comment Why is Jesus named the Prince of Peace instead of the King of Peace?
@davidbrainerd: So you're saying that "Prince of Peace" was deliberately chosen by Architects of Alliteration?
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comment How is it just that Jesus, an innocent, would be punished for our sins?
It's not just at all. The Atonement was the single most unfair act in the history of the world, and that's the entire point of it. It's merciful, and Christ's mercy overwhelms the demands of justice and allows the rest of us to be forgiven of our sins.
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answered Romans 1:4 / Resurrection implying Divinity of Christ
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comment How does one become an Apostle in the LDS Church?
Elder Bednar was an Area Authority Seventy before being called to be an Apostle, but not a General Authority.
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answered How does one become an Apostle in the LDS Church?
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comment Why do people interpret “Lucifer” as being Satan in Isaiah 14?
@Schuh: Belief in Satan did not exist in Israel at the time of Isaiah? What about the book of Job, who the text suggests most likely lived sometime around Abraham's day?
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comment Purpose of giving up a prisoner on the Passover
Hi Beverly, welcome to Christianity.SE. This is a good question, but not necessarily for this site; this site is focused on Christian doctrine. It might be better for you to ask this question on History.SE, where you'd be more likely to get good answers about the historical context in which the Romans thought it was a good idea to make a practice of releasing a prisoner to the Jews on one of their holy days.