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May
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comment Do The Similarities In The Gospels simply mean copying or is there another answer?
Wouldn't "they were written by people who observed the same events" be another obviously plausible answer?
Apr
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comment What does Jesus's life from the Bible tell us about the kind of diet he had. Did he promote any particular kind of diet?
Speculative questions about why God /Jesus did/does something are off-topic because they are purely speculative. See Why does God
Apr
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Apr
22
reviewed Leave Open According to the Catholic Church, does Jesus condemn those who don't believe?
Apr
18
comment Has the Catholic Church responded to the argument that sex between a married couple can strengthen their emotional bond?
But if I were to have sex with my wife without the intention to procreate, it would be considered a sin by the Catholic Church. Can you add a reference to support that this is actually a Catholic teaching?
Apr
13
comment understanding God
This is both off-topic as primarily opinion-based, and a duplicate of a previously asked question. (Which was also closed as off-topic)
Apr
8
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Apr
7
comment How can 1 Corithians 15:3 and Psalms 49:7 be reconciled?
This might be better discussed in a Meta post.
Apr
7
revised How can 1 Corithians 15:3 and Psalms 49:7 be reconciled?
Took out the portion of the question asking for a personal answer.
Apr
7
comment How can 1 Corithians 15:3 and Psalms 49:7 be reconciled?
@LeeWoofenden A denominational scoping is not typically needed for "verse contradiction resolution". It has historically, on this site, been acceptable to show resolution to discrepancies following general apologetic rules, such as demonstrating that each of the beliefs are commonly held (which is easy - they are) and relying explaining that the context behind the verses and that the resolution is, as usual, a misunderstanding of context. He's done that here.
Mar
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Mar
23
comment Adam and Eve Clothed in Light Before the Fall - Origin of Teaching?
Interesting. I've never heard of that before. Can you cite an example?
Mar
23
comment Why does God love us?
I'm sorry, but the community decided long ago that "why does God" questions aren't a good fit for the site. They're too speculative.
Mar
21
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Mar
21
revised Is there more than one Joseph in the Bible?
added 9 characters in body
Mar
21
answered Is there more than one Joseph in the Bible?
Mar
21
comment Paying respects during grace, benediction, etc. as a non-Christian?
I would recommend asking this of the Pastor or Priest of the church you happen to be in.
Mar
21
comment What is the difference between a Bible College and a Seminary?
Thank you for the edit, this now does answer the question Welcome to the site. Please do take some time to read the links in Lee's comment. This really would be better if it were well-referenced, rather than your personal observation, but not bad for a first post. I hope you decide to stick around.
Mar
21
comment When were Gentiles under Law?
@Andrew - there are groups within Christianity that would say they never were, others that say that they were under part of the Law all the time, others that say that only certain laws (those specified in Acts 15), and likely other variations of similar conflicting beliefs. This isn't scoped to prevent the "who's right" arguments..
Mar
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comment Are any Greek or Roman gods mentioned by name in the Bible?
This answer would be acceptable if you could add references. See What makes a good supported answer?