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comment What does Greek Christos mean
Welcome to the site, but in regards to "I need proof", I need to point out that "who is right and who is wrong" is off-topic here. See: the help page, How we are different than other sites?. Put simply, we're not here to convince you.
17h
comment Was Mohammed a Christian?
This is addressed as part of my answer here
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comment How can Catholic churches make rules that are not in the bible?
@TheFreemason - Feel free to make the appropriate edits and flag for re-opening. And based on the community's discussion on the topic, tagging alone is not enough. the question needs to be edited.
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comment How can Catholic churches make rules that are not in the bible?
I'd ask for examples, but this is hopelessly too broad and opinion based. You would be better off picking an example of such a rule and asking "what is the basis for the (insert denomination)'s ban on (insert prohibited activity)?"
2d
comment What do the Catholic Church consider constitutes intrinsically impossible things?
Related: christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/8242/…
Apr
22
comment How dow we know?
Questions asking for the validity of a belief are off-topic. Questions are expected to focus on what Christians teach, not whether they are true. For tips on editing this to make it suitable for reopening, see Tips for editing a question to make it suitable for re-opening
Apr
22
comment Common Law is it acceptable?
Hi and welcome to our community. To clarify a common misconception about this site, we're a fairly academic question and answer site run by a secular company. We have numerous members who are Christians, but because of the nature of this site, we don't answer "advice" questions. It's not that we don't want to help, but on the contrary, we don't feel that it's in anyone's best interest to try to do so on this site. For more info, please see this post: Pastoral Advice Questions
Apr
21
comment Atheist teacher what to do?
However, no, those would be awful questions. What counts as proof to one group is easily discounted by another. We tried letting those types of questions in early on, but it was a mess.
Apr
21
comment Atheist teacher what to do?
It's too bad you haven't earned enough reputation to participate in chat. We have a chat room that is specifically set up for this type of discussion. If you can post an on-topic question or answer, and get at least 20 reputation points (+5 for every question voted up, +10 for every answer voted up) then you can participate in the chat room, and get some good discussion there.
Apr
21
comment Atheist teacher what to do?
Generally, when trying to help people frame questions so that they can get answers by re-phrasing questions into a more suitable format, we refer them to this post: Tips for editing a question to make it suitable for re-opening That said, I'm having a hard time figuring out a way to make this on-topic. You COULD search this site for creation/evolution, but like pretty much everywhere else on the Internet, whenever that topic comes up, there's a lot of "noise" from varying viewpoints, based on presuppositions on all sides.
Apr
21
comment Atheist teacher what to do?
I understand, and I do get where you're coming from, it's just that this site isn't meant for open-ended questions like that. (See also Newcomers: Be patient. You will get there if you follow our direction. Keep trying). the best I can offer is a suggestion to do a Google or Bing search for "Apologetics creation evolution"
Apr
21
comment Atheist teacher what to do?
Interesting question, but not a good fit for this site. If you haven't had a chance yet, you should read How we are different than other sites? and then the help page. Short version: This site focuses on what various Christian groups teach. It's intended to be more like an encyclopedia with unbiased factual answers, as opposed to a Christian discussion forum.
Apr
20
comment Why are the gods [so] blood thirsty?
Too many possible answers. See Is it valid to ask if “Christianity” teaches anything?
Apr
19
comment Does Jeremiah refer to the Blessed Virgin Mother when he speaks of the “Queen of Heaven”?
Please see the help center for guidelines about what this site is meant for, and if you plan on participating, do so within the guidelines established for this site. See also How we are different than other sites? What Christianity.StackExchange is (and more importantly, what it isn't) What makes a good focused question?
Apr
19
comment Does Jeremiah refer to the Blessed Virgin Mother when he speaks of the “Queen of Heaven”?
Looking at your question history, all three of them have been deleted and/or closed because they're not on-topic. This site isn't here to explore what's "true", it exists to explore what various groups that fall under the umbrella of "Christianity" teach. in particular, your questions seem to be aimed at whether or not Catholic teachings are true, or if they're lies of the devil. Put frankly, on this site we don't care if they're true or not. That's simply not what the scope of this site is.
Apr
18
comment When Christ was pierced with the spear, why did water come out?
@DickHarfield - I edited to clarify, and the article that I linked to from webmd certainly backs up the gotquestions.org article. See the section titled "what is heart failure"
Apr
10
comment What Christian sects allows same sex marriage?
This is not really a good fit for this format. If such a list were provided today, it would likely be incorrect over time because of shifting positions. It's also a duplicate of a previously asked (and also closed) question.
Apr
7
comment What is “Manuscript Evidence” and how is it useful?
This is good material, but it doesn't answer the question. This would be an excellent answer to a different question - perhaps one asking "what are the different approaches to using manuscript evidence", but it doesn't answer the actual question. See this post if you're unclear about the guideline for answering the actual question asked.
Apr
3
comment If God is omnipotent, why did God plant the tree of knowledge in the Garden of Eden?
This answer would be acceptable 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?
Apr
1
comment How did the livestock of the Egyptians die twice?
This answer would be acceptable 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?