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Jun
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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
31
revised How were the authors of the four gospels literate?
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May
29
comment Jesus' visit to the Feast of Tabernacles
Please see Types of questions that are within community guidelines and Tips for editing a question to make it suitable for re-opening There's a good question in here, but as it's worded, it's open to anyone's opinion. Questions on this site need to be definitively answerable by something other than opinion or personal interpretation. You could phrase it to ask how some specific group interprets that. (Again see the second link for tips on editing this to be reopened)
May
28
comment How do new converts to Christianity learn about the Bible, Christian faith, and Christian practices?
@Andrew - sorry, what I meant about asking in Meta was that you should ask a "why was this question closed as too broad" question. Comments are a bad medium for answering that, particularly if you want a detailed explanation. I'd be happy to answer your question there, but not in comments.
May
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comment How do new converts to Christianity learn about the Bible, Christian faith, and Christian practices?
@Andrew - If you disagree with a closing of a question, ask a question on Meta to get community involvement and it'll be addressed there. See this for guidance. That said, I think your question has a very good chance of being reopened. I'm just not going to cast a vote to do so because I'm a moderator and one vote would do it. It's better for the community to do these things.
May
28
comment How do new converts to Christianity learn about the Bible, Christian faith, and Christian practices?
@Andrew by definition: "There are either too many possible answers..."
May
24
comment What should be a Christian's attitude when his prayers are not answered?
Please do not answer old off-topic questions. it bumps them to the top of the home page and it's the first thing new visitors see. Then we have to do double-time educating them about site standards, and they get frustrated: "Well then why was that question allowed to be open?" See Can I get feedback on a suggestion for cleaning up old off-topic posts?
May
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comment Can we really claim to have the power of God's heritage?
Hi, it's apparent that you want to participate, but may not quite get what the site is about. I have a few links to help you along.: Newcomers: Be patient. You will get there if you follow our direction. Keep trying, help center, and How we are different than other sites?. No offense, but I'm going to delete this simply because it doesn't match the scope of the question, but don't let that discourage you. Most of us didn't "get" this site at first, me included.
May
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
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comment Why would a loving God prefer one nation over another?
Are you kidding me with that circumcision question? From this answer, that's what you latch onto? Are you here to be serious or are you here to yank people's chains?
May
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revised Why are wives considered the “weaker partner”? (1 Peter 3:7)
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Apr
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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.
Apr
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comment Was Mohammed a Christian?
This is addressed as part of my answer here
Apr
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comment What do the Catholic Church consider constitutes intrinsically impossible things?
Related: christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/8242/…
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
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revised When Christ was pierced with the spear, why did water come out?
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