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Jul
31
reviewed Close If someone claims himself to be Jesus Christ does The Bible tell me to immediately disbelieve him?
Jul
31
reviewed Leave Open Where does prevenient grace originate in the Bible?
Jul
31
reviewed Close According to Charismatic Christians, do those who never hear the gospel of Christ go to hell?
Jul
31
reviewed Close Which scriptures tells us that Jesus laughed or was happy?
Jul
31
reviewed Leave Open Does the Bible command women to cover their breasts?
Jul
31
reviewed Leave Open What elements are most commonly included in an exposition of faith?
Jul
31
reviewed Close Does swearing on the Bible have any spiritual significance?
Jul
31
reviewed Close Differences between the “son of man” and “son of God”
Jul
31
reviewed Leave Open What is the Biblical basis for divine simplicity?
Jul
27
comment Which scriptures tells us that Jesus laughed or was happy?
The body of the question asks "Where can I find in the bible that Jesus expressed joy, laughter or happiness?", so the other answers do apply, and yours does not. The title may have asked only about laughing, but the body of the question is answered in the other posts, and does have scripture to support it.
Jul
27
comment What is truly meant when it is said that Holy Scripture is 'inerrant' according to the Catholic Church?
I rolled this back to the previous edit. This last one made this too broad. If you want to see other views, please try the site search. For example, From a Fundamentalist standpoint, what does the phrase “Inspired, infallible, inerrant Word of God” mean? has already been asked.
Jul
27
revised What is truly meant when it is said that Holy Scripture is 'inerrant' according to the Catholic Church?
rolled back to a previous revision
Jul
21
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
20
comment What is being said in Proverbs 25:2
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?
Jul
19
comment How have Calvinist theologians dealt with statements about God repenting?
Related: Can God change His mind?
Jul
18
reviewed Close What is the Rule of Prayer?
Jul
18
reviewed Close Commentary on the Book of Joshua
Jul
18
reviewed Close What is understood under “Peace” in the New Testament in the Eastern Orthodox Church?
Jul
18
reviewed Close Why did the mid-early church consider the Gospel of Matthew to be reliable?