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comment “Blessed Virgin” - not Saint?
Edited to clarify by adding the pertinent point from your comment. Just a recommendation, but it's better to try to put complete answers that spell things out explicitly to avoid confusion.
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comment Does Jesus ever claim to be God, or the son of God?
However, it may be deleted again for a different reason. It doesn't answer the actual question. Your answer addresses "Is Jesus God", which is different than "Did Jesus ever claim to be God". See this post if you're unclear about the guideline for answering the actual question asked.
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comment Does Jesus ever claim to be God, or the son of God?
You can make it clear that you're copying your own content. For example, prefacing the copied content with "As posted on my personal blog" with a link to your blog. I've made the edit to your answer and un-deleted it.
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comment why did God choose Mary to be the mother of jesus
Why does/did God do something questions are off-topic here.
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comment Does Jesus ever claim to be God, or the son of God?
Plagiarism is NOT OK. This was copied in its entirety from searchingforbonnied.blogspot.com/2011/12/… See How to reference material written by others
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comment Why don't young-earth creationists just explain things (usually considered as miracles) as miracles?
Uh... They do. Perhaps a bit more research to see if all creationists try to explain away the flood before assuming they all do based on "some".
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
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comment Is the Catholic Church actively preparing for the contact with a highly advanced sentient alien species?
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?
Jun
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reviewed Leave Closed What will be the indication that God accepted Jesus' sacrifice on our behalf
Jun
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reviewed Close When did the massacre of the innocents happen?
Jun
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reviewed Close What does the Bible say about praying too much?
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Was there a reason why God sent Jonah to Nineveh and not some other city?
As it is, it reads like a personal interpretation rather than an established teaching. See How we are different than other sites? and What makes a good supported answer?
May
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revised How were the authors of the four gospels literate?
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May
31
comment Does the Anglican Church allow you to receive Baptism in some church but attend in another church for Eucharist?
No, it wasn't, but I finished editing it to bring it on-topic. The distinction is focusing on what various traditions teach not whether something is a sin. See Tips for editing a question to make it suitable for re-opening I've also re-opened and deleted the now-obsolete comments.
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revised Does the Anglican Church allow you to receive Baptism in some church but attend in another church for Eucharist?
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comment what is the christian perspective of marijuana?
This question is almost a complete copy/paste of your answer (now deleted) on the other question, so I know you were aware of the other question. I assume you're just unaware that posting duplicate questions is frowned upon. You're welcome to participate, but please take some time to learn how the site works first.