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revised According to the Roman Catholic church, who can baptize a new believer?
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comment According to the Roman Catholic church, who can baptize a new believer?
I deleted all but the relevant portions of this. Please stick to answering the question, and only answering the question. To clarify a common misconception, this isn't a discussion forum. It's a Q and A site with a very specific format. Answers are not to be used to put opinions or make comments/observations, but rather well-sourced answers as to what is taught by some group within Christianity.
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comment understanding the message of grace
Can you be more specific? Is this what you're looking for?
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comment What common apologetic arguments support the view that it is more likely that Jesus was resurrected than his body was stolen?
Well, now I've edited the title in an attempt to make it clearly on topic to help prevent it from being closed.
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revised What common apologetic arguments support the view that it is more likely that Jesus was resurrected than his body was stolen?
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comment What common apologetic arguments support the view that it is more likely that Jesus was resurrected than his body was stolen?
StackExchange sites have a guideline about intentionally being offensive. Your entire post was phrased in such a way that it's clearly disdainful. Per the help, belittling is not OK. I removed the irrelevant content and left you with the core question. Note that I didn't add or alter anything, I simply removed content, to try to ensure that your actual question remained.
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answered What common apologetic arguments support the view that it is more likely that Jesus was resurrected than his body was stolen?
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comment Where does the age of the earth come in Christianity?
Note that not all Christians hold this view. This view is referred to as the "Young Earth Creationist" view. See Do most Christian scientists have a Literal Creationist viewpoint?
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comment Is a radically sanated marriage a true marriage without subsequent marital intimacy?
@PeterTurner meta.christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/255/…
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comment How do young earth creationists explain the evidence for ice ages?
@TheFreemason please, no snarky comments.
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comment Is there a customary way to go around rosary beads?
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?
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comment How do young earth creationists explain the evidence for ice ages?
@pehkay - and ray: Discussions on the plausibility/validity of a belief are fine for chat, but not in comments. See the help section on commenting. Specifically when not to comment, which includes: Secondary discussion or debating a controversial point; please use chat instead