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reviewed Close What is the scriptural basis for Adam living forever after eating from the Tree of Life?
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reviewed Close Human to Angel and Demon Conversion
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reviewed Close What Countries in the world are considered Christian states?
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reviewed Close Any mentions of Environmental protection in Bible?
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reviewed Reviewed Why is Jesus named the Prince of Peace instead of the King of Peace?
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comment Why weren't the dinosaurs taken on Noah's ark?
Welcome to the site, but I'd recommend a quick search before posting questions. See this search
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comment How can we be so sure about the authenticity and genuineness of all the new “versions” and translations of the Canonical Bible?
Also related: (not a duplicate but touches on the same concerns) can non Christians be trusted to translate the Bible
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accepted Burying a fish as a Christmas tradition?
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comment Burying a fish as a Christmas tradition?
Further research shows that lutefisk, another fermented fish (although not one made by burying it) is a traditional Christmas meal in Norway. I'm sure this is all related, so you set me on the right path. For me the bottom line is this probably wasn't a joke, even though it's cultural, not Catholic. You were helpful, thanks!
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comment Burying a fish as a Christmas tradition?
@davidbrainerd - I'm pretty sure that's it.He mentioned eating burying it one year and eating it the next, which I thought was crazy until I saw from your link that it's typical to let it ferment in an earthen pot for 6 months. If you can work that into an answer to the effect of "No, it's not a Catholic tradition, but it is possibly a family tradition or cultural one", I'll accept it. The question is "Is it a Catholic tradition?" and "No" answers the question.
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comment Does the Bible support the concept of male spiritual headship?
This answer would be a lot better if you could add references showing that this is a common understanding, and who teaches/believes it. On this site, we're not looking for personal interpretation, but rather focusing on what various Christian groups teach. See How we are different than other sites? and What makes a good supported answer?
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asked Burying a fish as a Christmas tradition?
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comment What does the Bible teach about domestic discipline?
This site has a blanket ban on "who is right" questions. This falls squarely into that category.
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comment Is this age the only opportunity for salvation?
I don't get the question. Baptists believe in eternal security, meaning you cannot lose your salvation. If you can't lose your salvation, you can only get saved once. Hence it only happens on one singular day. It has nothing to do with "this age". That's mixing up two distinct theological beliefs. However, we DO believe that this age, this life is our only chance for salvation, based on Hebrews 9:27 among other verses.
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revised What's the Biblical basis for “all Christians will be together in heaven some day”?
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reviewed Close Did John Bunyan really dream the Pilgrim's Progress? Had he memorized all the verses?
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reviewed Close If one divorces is it considered adultery to marry again no matter what the circumstances were for this decision?
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reviewed Close Do any denominations believe in reincarnation?
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reviewed Close What was the light of the first day of creation?
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reviewed Close Does God have a “soul”?