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I'm a PhD candidate in mathematics at Boston College interested in hyperbolic geometry.


Aug
1
awarded  Necromancer
Jul
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
25
revised The lake of fire and the New Jerusalem as two different perspectives of God
added link to Moss's rebuttal
Jan
25
answered The lake of fire and the New Jerusalem as two different perspectives of God
Aug
23
awarded  Yearling
Feb
15
comment Dialog between Jesus and Peter in John 21: what's going on?
holytrinityorthodox.org/Podcasts/10_23_11_Strakhov.mp3 and holytrinityorthodox.org/articles_and_talks/John%2021,15-17.pdf
Feb
15
comment Dialog between Jesus and Peter in John 21: what's going on?
Dr. Olga Strakhov has commented on this text:
Feb
15
comment What is temptation?
You're welcome!
Feb
15
answered What is temptation?
Feb
15
comment Do any Protestant denominations practice meditative or contemplative prayer?
+1 for Richard Foster.
Feb
15
comment Why do Christians seek to convert everyone?
I disagree; we are selfish individuals who don't care about the rest of humanity. That's the entire reason the Lord Jesus had to save us in the first place.
Feb
15
revised What is the significance of priest breaking the bread (Host) in a Catholic mass?
corrected spelling of "Chrysostom" & "is" &
Feb
15
awarded  Organizer
Feb
15
revised Who believes that the misfortunes of Jews are a result of “God's curse” for their killing of Jesus?
edited tags
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
23
awarded  Yearling
Apr
18
comment What service is more 'important' in Orthodox Christianity?
BTW--technically, the reading of the twelve gospels is on Holy Friday, since liturgically Holy Friday begins Thursday evening. Similarly, the Lamentations are a Holy Saturday service Friday evening.
Apr
18
comment Does Jesus contradict Himself in these verses?
@Shredder : Another interpretation of the Lord's words "That is enough." is contextual; right after this, Jesus went out to the Mount of Olives. So one can imagine that Christ was saying "Enough! Let us go now."
Mar
21
comment Where can I find Patristic Commentary on the Golden Calf incident?
Actually, the answer I've selected makes it clear, I think, that the question is easy enough to answer with a mere Google search. So I don't wish to pester Biblical Hermeneutics with such a piddling question. But thank you for the tip! I'll keep this in mind for the future.