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Feb
17
accepted Is there an English translation of the Bible that is accepted by most Christians?
Feb
17
comment Are there any alternative / emergent views on John 10:22-ff?
@David: I've seen this before on BH.SE. I think the site blocks people who haven't first visited their homepage. Very annoying and strange.
Feb
16
answered What's the goal of Catholic/Protestant ecumenism?
Feb
16
asked How can we practice Matthew 18:15 in a public forum?
Feb
16
comment Which traditions practice paedocommunion?
It might be a good idea to define "pedo-communion". Google doesn't provide much help there and exactly when a child has come of age might be in dispute. As an aside, in the church I attended with my parents, children where invited to the altar, but given grapes if their parents did not allow them to take the usual elements. Parents were free to choose for their children which they should take. Would this count?
Feb
14
comment Debtors vs. Trespassers
This has been asked at Biblical Hermeneutics. (Or at least the translation of Matthew 6:12 though not the liturgical issue.)
Feb
11
comment Biblical basis for Peter being the leader of the apostles?
My reading on this passage is that Peter was simply the more impulsive of the two. This is the same fellow who, earlier, got out of the boat to walk on the water with Jesus and, later, dived into the water to swim to Jesus on the shore. A normal person hesitates before the mouth of an open tomb, but Peter runs in. None of which is to say he wasn't the leader of the apostles--rather that he was very enthusiastic too.
Feb
10
revised What Bible passage contains Satan and God where God rebukes Satan?
Added a link so the OP can make the judgement of if this is what they were recalling. (I think you are correct, by the way.)
Feb
10
comment Supernatural beings in the Bible?
Strike the last: Unicorns in the Psalms?
Feb
10
comment Supernatural beings in the Bible?
Marginally related: Were the Nephilim in Genesis 6 aliens?
Feb
10
revised Resurrection importance in the Bible
added 2 characters in body
Feb
10
comment Resurrection importance in the Bible
Paul's writings were certainly prior to any of the Gospels. In fact, the Gospels were among the last NT texts written. (Though they certainly draw from early, perhaps pre-Easter, oral and written material.)
Feb
10
answered Resurrection importance in the Bible
Feb
9
accepted What is the Catholic position on Exodus 20:4?
Feb
9
accepted How does the Catholic Church understand the priesthood of all believers?
Feb
7
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
7
comment Is there a way to prove the God of the Bible?
This is, in fact, a philosophy of religion question.
Feb
6
answered According to the scripture, when and how is the world destroyed?
Feb
6
comment What did Jesus write on the ground?
On the question of the authority of the passage itself, see: christianity.stackexchange.com/q/3506/914
Feb
6
comment Was 'Jesus and the woman taken in adultery' in St. John a later addition, and does this invalidate infallibility?
Also related: hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/68/…