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comment Does Christianity have any dietary guidelines?
Perhaps... But if you notice, that passage starts with "It is my judgment", rather than "The Lord says". This is not a command, but a personal opinion. Still, now we're getting into the territory of doctrine, which other answers cover here, such as the Catholic and Jehovah Witness doctrine.
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comment Why was Martin Luther attempting to change the canon?
+1 for an interesting answer. Well written. However, saying that he wasn't trying to "change" the canon but trying to "find" the canon is a bit...biased. It's like renaming the American Civil War to "The war of Northern Aggression". It's only viewing things from a specific viewpoint that may or may not be accurate. The fact of the matter was that there was a canon before Luther was born and he was attempting to remove books. Nonetheless, that is a minor point of your answer. This doesn't address the question directly, but is still a nice supplement to the other answer. +1
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comment Can there be free will in heaven?
@William That's an interesting question. Try this link: http://christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/ask
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comment Why did Jesus not want to be known as the Messiah?
OK, per the meta post, I'll vote to close this as well.
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comment What explanations have been offered for the “messianic secret” passages?
OK, sounds good.
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comment Why did Jesus not want people to talk about his healing?
The original question would be christianity.stackexchange.com/q/1102/84