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comment Can you blame non Christians for their actions?
You seem to be struggling with what's on-topic. Please see What Christianity.StackExchange is (and more importantly, what it isn't), Tips for editing a question to make it suitable for re-opening and How we are different than other sites?
7h
comment Why didn't God forgive Satan?
Is the question is edited to be properly scoped, I'd be the first to vote to reopen.
7h
comment Why didn't God forgive Satan?
I'm sorry but questions that ask us to explain God's motives can only be answered by opinions, and are therefore off-topic for this site.
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comment Why exactly were the Israelites punished? with 40 yrs of desert, what is the lesson for Christians?
There are many possible lessons.
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reviewed Reviewed Did Jesus' disciples believe Jesus was God or a prophet?
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comment Did Jesus' disciples believe Jesus was God or a prophet?
This is a brilliant answer to the question. Very good for a first post. Welcome to the site. I look forward to more from you. I do recommend the following to new users as a general rule, however, since most people misunderstand the nature and purpose of this site: How we are different than other sites? and the help center.
18h
reviewed Close Is prayer effectively second-guessing God?
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reviewed Close How might one categorize all of the books of the New Testament by theme?
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comment Are there Christians who believe Jesus was an ideology and not a person?
By this site's definition of who is considered a Christian, if even one person who self-identifies as a "Christian" believes this, then the answer is "yes". Therefore, one goofball with an idea that's ridiculous to pretty much the entire population of the earth qualifies, I have to wonder if this is a useful question at all. it's on-topic in that it's probably answerable, but what's the point?
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reviewed Close What does inherit the earth mean in Matthew 5:5
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reviewed Close Did Jesus' disciples believe Jesus was God or a prophet?
22h
comment What is the Biblical definition of Marriage?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
22h
comment What is the Biblical definition of Marriage?
See also Personal Opinion answers and comments: Flag, downvote, comment, or do nothing?
22h
comment What is the Biblical definition of Marriage?
I'm not moderating or commenting based on my personal beliefs here, I am trying, again and again, to get you to understand the site guidelines. I'm not sure how else to get it to sink in but as long as you keep posting your beliefs as if they are acceptable answers, I'll keep trying. Again, I beg you to read What Christianity.StackExchange is (and more importantly, what it isn't) and try to understand the distinction. You'll be less frustrated when you do.
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comment What is the Biblical definition of Marriage?
@Hello - again, doctrinally, I believe as you do and agree with you. The fact is, however, that in order to accommodate the mandate that this site is required to adhere to - to not become a place of bickering over who is right and who is wrong, we have to recognize that other Christians and other denominations interpret things differently, and even though I am fully convinced 100% that the definition you provided is the biblical definition, it is not allowable because it presents it as *the answer, which is to say all other interpretations are wrong. That's just not allowed here.
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comment What is the Biblical definition of Marriage?
While I agree with you, this is not an acceptable answer here. It's presented as your own personal exegesis. That is simply not allowed here. I can easily find several verses that say that so-and-so had multiple wives, proving that there is another possible biblical definition for marriage, and that this definition is just the one that you and I personally subscribe to. That's what's wrong with answering questions Biblically.
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comment How is it consistent to refer to Jesus as a god, as son of god, as a messiah and as a prophet altogether?
This is too broad for reasons further explained in Is it valid to ask if “Christianity” teaches anything?
Nov
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comment If God is good and knows the future, why does he knowingly create people who go to hell?
This question could have been closed for at least three other reasons. I chose this one so that you could see how it was answered already because I thought it would be more helpful than closing it as opinion based, or as general philosophical question without a proper denominational scope, or as a Truth question.
Nov
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comment If God is good and knows the future, why does he knowingly create people who go to hell?
The question you are asking is the question of theodicy, stated slightly differently: If God is all knowing (omniscient), all powerful (omnipotent) and all good (omnibenevolent), then how could evil exist/how could He send people to Hell/why did he create us capable of sinning. That question's answers address this. Omniscience is the foreknowledge portion of the question, and if you search for theodicy, omnipotence, omniscience, evil, or any combination of those, you'll find that the same question has been asked several times in slightly different ways.
Nov
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comment If God is good and knows the future, why does he knowingly create people who go to hell?
To clarify, I agree with you, but the question itself is not fit for the site, and therefore answering it is not appropriate.