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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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awarded  Necromancer
Feb
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comment Why can't there be another fall?
This is a sensible answer and, I believe, lines up well with the story of the prodigal son. Presumably the Father loved both sons, but the older seems to have never known it because he never tested it. Travel far enough down this path of reasoning and you'll end up at felix culpa or somthing very like it.
Jan
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What major translations of the Bible are in the Public Domain and therefore not subject to Copyright?
Dec
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awarded  Promoter
Oct
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comment Why is the Trinity a Trinity?
@Flimzy: I might be overly-clever with my illustration, but I believe the premise is sound and well grounded in ancient Christian theology. I've added a section on perichoresis which is very closely related to Edward's basic argument.
Oct
24
revised Why is the Trinity a Trinity?
Perichoresis--"an eternal interpenetrating circulation" (http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/perichoresis)
Oct
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
15
comment Do holy relics lose power over time?
@Lennart Regebro: On Christianity, we are looking for theological evidence.
Oct
14
revised Do holy relics lose power over time?
Updating the question based on comments.
Oct
14
comment Do holy relics lose power over time?
Ironically I agree with this answer even though I suspect we disagree about the existence of miracles. As would you mind offering some evidence of your answer? It's hard to tell if it has any basis in Christianity. (To be fair, the question is sub-par.)
Sep
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awarded  Necromancer
Aug
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comment What is the Roman Catholic position on the validity of the marriage between an infertile man and infertile woman?
@Anonymous: Isn't this version of the question a duplicate of How does a Roman Catholic reconcile a preference for purely procreative sex with the Song of Solomon?
Aug
3
comment Does the Evangelical Free Church allow women elders?
I'm starting to wonder if the policy for elders and deacons is left to the local congregation. It's certainly strange that the denomination website is so reticent about the issue.
Aug
3
comment Does the Evangelical Free Church allow women elders?
@Caleb: So pretty soon my local congregation will start finding this answer. ;-)
Aug
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asked Does the Evangelical Free Church allow women elders?
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