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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
18
comment Does the Bible specify any ways that we can recognize truth?
Hmmm.. This is generating a lot of opinions.
Nov
17
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
17
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
17
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.
Nov
17
comment If God is good and knows the future, why does he knowingly create people who go to hell?
Please check to see if a question is a duplicate before answering this. This particular question has been asked in various guises a bunch of times. Also, this question should have been closed because it's a general philosophical question, and isn't asking for a doctrinal perspective. Another reason not to answer in the first place, but rather to vote to close. You answered well based on reasoning, but this site isn't about that. See this post for an explanation of why.
Nov
17
comment Did God assign pain to women in childbirth at the fall, and if not-what then?
Even if it is clear what you're asking, it still turns it into an opinion-based question (if you're asking when and scripture doesn't record another time) or one that would be better at hermeneutics (if you're asking for the meaning of the word used). Either way, this isn't suitable for re-opening. If you want it re-opened, might I suggest you read Tips for editing a question to make it suitable for re-opening and try to make this fit site guidelines.
Nov
17
comment What is the Protestant explanation for how Mary could provide Jesus with his flesh but be part of the fall herself?
This is already answered here.
Nov
16
comment Movie Noah vs the Bible's version
Welcome to the site. However, it seems you've mistaken the purpose of this site. I hope you choose to participate further, but before you do, you should read How we are different than other sites? and then the help page. This would make a good question for discussion, but discussion is specifically what this site strives not to be about.
Nov
16
comment Time frame from crucification and reserrection
If this is a serious question, you need to edit it so that it's intelligible. Putting your screen name as the question title doesn't help and the body doesn't sound like a question, either.
Nov
15
comment Why appoint Matthias to replace Judas only to later appoint Paul as a thirteenth Apostle?
Welcome to the site. I hope you choose to participate further, but before you do, you should read How we are different than other sites? and then the help page and What makes a good supported answer?
Nov
15
comment Was Jesus literate?
Please don't simply quote Scripture. You can quote it, but summarize it - tell how this particular passage answers the question. This passage does answer the question, but copy/paste answers just don't cut it here.
Nov
13
comment What are the main differences between the Catholic and Protestant definitions of Biblical inerrancy?
Would you ne willing to amend this question to address infallibility instead of inerrancy? infallibility takes it a step further and claims that the Bible must be inerrant. And if you go with infallibility instead of inerrancy, there's an official Catholic definition that can be used.
Nov
13
comment Was David aware that his words were prophetic according to any doctrines, traditions, or exegesis?
Since the site doesn't allow opinion-based questions, I have to ask what would be considered a definitive answer on this. Since Scripture doesn't record David as saying "these words are prophetic" or anything anywhere near that, what would be an acceptable well-sourced answer? BTW, I'd remove this objection to the question if you were to edit the title to be in-line with the question as far as asking for doctrinal stances.
Nov
13
comment What are the main differences between the Catholic and Protestant definitions of Biblical inerrancy?
Half of this question (the Protestant half) is a duplicate
Nov
11
reviewed Leave Open Does the New Testament have any mention of Kolob and if not, how come?
Nov
4
comment What is the biblical basis for the belief that Satan was the serpent in the Garden of Eden?
@Hello - If you wish to answer do so. I'm deleting these comments.
Nov
2
comment What is the biblical basis for modern-day prophets?
How to identify false prophets has been asked a couple of times already. Here's one example, which was marked as a duplicate of yet another.
Nov
1
answered Is All Saint's Day in the Bible?
Oct
28
comment Does the Church acknowledge any revealed book given to Jesus by God?
Since Christians om general believe Jesus to be God incarnate, this question really makes no sense whatsoever. Why would God need to reveal Himself to himself via books? This might make sense from a Muslim perspective, which has a very different understanding of who Jesus is, but from a purely Christian perspective, the question itself is nonsense. No offense meant, but what Muslims believe has no influence or bearing on what Christians believe. At most, Christ would have recognized the Old testament, or the Torah.