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Jun
3
comment How many New Testament manuscripts do we really have?
@Narnian: <pedantic>I'm willing to bet that none of those are true manuscripts.</pedantic>
Jun
3
revised What is the origin of holding hands when praying around a circle before a meal?
Urg. Must reread before posting!
Jun
3
comment What is the origin of holding hands when praying around a circle before a meal?
One final point: my father used to joke that we ought to press our palms together in personal prayer rather than fold our hands. He showed us a picture of Jesus to prove it. These days, if you search Google, you'll find that Jesus now endorses folding of the hands. ;-)
Jun
3
answered What is the origin of holding hands when praying around a circle before a meal?
May
31
comment Why is it rare to combine Reformed/Calvinist doctrine and Dispensationalism?
Could you elaborate on where you heard this? Ideally with a link or quote from some written source. (I don't have the impression that the assertion is true at all.)
May
31
comment What major translations of the Bible are in the Public Domain?
@Affable Geek: No problem. This post started as an edit, but it got too big to fit in a bullet point. ;-)
May
31
answered What major translations of the Bible are in the Public Domain?
May
31
accepted How does the feast of Corpus Christi fit into the church calendar?
May
31
comment How does the feast of Corpus Christi fit into the church calendar?
Thanks for the footnotes and further research. It's interesting that the reason was practical and not symbolic.
May
31
revised How does the feast of Corpus Christi fit into the church calendar?
Added Google translation.
May
30
reviewed Reviewed Did God create Adam and Eve with free will and knowledge of right and wrong (good and evil)?
May
30
comment Did God create Adam and Eve with free will and knowledge of right and wrong (good and evil)?
Hi hbarck! Welcome to Christianity. I think you have a pretty reasonable and interesting interpretation (so +1). But I'm curious if you have any sources to back up this answer.
May
30
revised Did God create Adam and Eve with free will and knowledge of right and wrong (good and evil)?
Typo
May
30
asked How does the feast of Corpus Christi fit into the church calendar?
May
21
comment What does it mean to be perfect?
See also: What did Jesus mean by "be perfect" in the Sermon on the Mount?
May
14
reviewed Reject What version of the Bible is closest to the Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek manuscripts?
May
10
awarded  Necromancer
May
8
answered Does swearing on the Bible have any spiritual significance?
May
7
comment What is the Biblical evidence that there are ONLY three persons in the “Trinity”?
@Flimzy: Thanks for the feedback. I'll noodle on it some more.
May
7
comment Why did God make garments of skin for Adam and Eve when they had already made clothing for themselves?
Hi Geoff and welcome to our Christianity Q&A site. That sound like the core of an interesting answer. However, I'd like to know a bit more about how your pastor makes his points. Maybe you can summarize the sermon?