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Mar
14
revised What sects believe Jesus is buried in Japan?
Direct quote of Paul, minor punctuation and formatting.
Mar
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
12
comment Did Jesus condemn contraception
Welcome to Christianity—Stack Exchange pguardiario! @David: You are correct. My entry answers the question fairly well, I think. In sum, the Bible has no mention of contraception with the possible exception of an obscure reference to what the Talmud calls "thresh[ing] within and winnow[ing] without".
Mar
9
comment What Bible versions can be used for free applications?
(Oh. I also edited out the link. Feel free to edit it back in if you like. I'd just make it a link to the text "free Christian app" rather than putting it in a paragraph by itself. As long as you disclose your relationship with the product and you have a real question, links to your own work are perfectly acceptable.)
Mar
9
comment What doctrine does Family Radio have of the End of the World?
I voted to close, since the premise of the question no longer applies. (It was a good question when asked, so +1!)
Mar
9
comment What Bible versions can be used for free applications?
This is an excellent choice! It's important to note (heh) that the Notes may not be used in downloadable software and there are licencing restrictions for use in commercial products. (I think the OP would be safe, but IANAL!)
Mar
9
comment What Bible versions can be used for free applications?
I tried rewording the question to be a better fit for the site. There seems to be a geographic element to the question, I hadn't noticed before. Maybe you could expand on that? I'm still not ready to vote to reopen, but if you put a little more effort into the question, we might be able to revive it...
Mar
9
revised What Bible versions can be used for free applications?
This still isn't a good fit, since there aren't enough requirements to judge a good answer from a bad one. I needs another round or two of editing.
Mar
9
comment What Bible versions can be used for free applications?
I agree with @cwallenpoole. But I think you could edit the question to revive it, if you narrowed your requirements a bit. I asked two kinda related questions in which I had very tight requirements that anyone (in the know) could test any answers against. The word "best" was a tip-off to me that it was a question of opinion and not fact.
Mar
9
awarded  Convention
Mar
9
comment What Bible versions can be used for free applications?
I sympathize with the question, but there really is no right answer to this question. It's sort of a poll or opinion sort of thing. I'm voting to close since I don't see what use it will be to other users. For legal reasons, I'd stick to Public Domain
Mar
9
comment What did the carnivores/predators eat on the Ark?
I get really bored seeing Ark-related questions. But the problem is worse than just keeping the animals alive for 40 days. You also have to add in the time it took for the waters to subside.
Mar
8
comment How should a Christian respond to “Does this dress me look fat?”?
+1 for And really, her words may be "Am I fat?" but she's really wanting to know, "Am I beautiful?" Answer that question instead, and you'll be safe.
Mar
8
answered How should a Christian respond to “Does this dress me look fat?”?
Mar
8
revised Was the first gospel written in Hebrew?
Spelling and a few typesetting tweaks to aid readability.
Mar
8
comment Was the first gospel written in Hebrew?
Related: hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/q/201/68
Mar
7
revised Is there any possibility that 1 Cor 15 is not about Physical Resurrection?
"In", definitely "in".
Mar
7
answered Is there any possibility that 1 Cor 15 is not about Physical Resurrection?
Mar
7
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the sacramental principle at work with Anointing of the Sick?
Mar
6
answered Does God have a sense of humor? Does he laugh?