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Orthodox Christian, g33k, ham radio operator, musician, etc. This profile does not reflect my real age ;)


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reviewed Leave Closed Can GOD be called Most Powerful if He has an equal?
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comment If Jesus is only a member of the organization of Gods called trinity, how can He be a mediator between God and men?
As with some of your other questions, this kind of question is off topic here. Be sure to take our site tour and then read this article which discusses what makes us different from other sites that study the Bible.
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comment Can GOD be called Most Powerful if He has an equal?
be sure to read the link I just posted plus take our site tour. I suggest you learn our community standards before critiquing how the community has responded to your question. We have a specific scope for what is on topic here and what is off topic.
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reviewed Leave Closed What is meant by the term “the times of the gentiles” in Luke 21:24
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comment What is hermeneutics?
because we already have a question that contrasts exegesis and hermeneutics, I've edited out that portion of this question to prevent it being closed as a duplicate.
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revised What is hermeneutics?
deleted 124 characters in body
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comment Does the Bible mention unicorns?
@BruceJames I revoted (removed my DV and upvoted). Good job! Very interesting.
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comment Can salt rid a home from bad spirits?
Welcome to BH.SE. Be sure to take our site tour to learn more about us. This kind of question is off topic here.
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comment Can GOD be called Most Powerful if He has an equal?
Hello Vince, this is not the kind of question that works here. Be sure to read this article which discusses what makes us different from other sites that study the Bible.
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comment What is the meaning of “Sorceress” in Exodus 22:18?
What does the definition of magic/sorcery from a European play written in the 16th century CE have to do with a Near Eastern concept from the 6th century BCE?
Jul
25
comment Isaiah 46:10 and the implications of verse 11: Do any modern theologians dare pay attention to verse 11?
This seems to be a question beginning from an idea rather than from the text. Why not just ask what the verse meant in its original context? The very notions of (Western) determinism and Calvinism are quite anachronistic when read back into this text.
Jul
25
reviewed Close Moses and the Rock
Jul
25
comment To understand the “The Bible is the Word of God”
This type of question isn't a good fit here. I've migrated it to Christianity.SE for you.
Jul
25
comment What is the oldest existing copy of Genesis?
Hello, I know that you wrote this for another site and that this was migrated, but here at BH.SE we have a requirement for showing your work, which in this case would mean citing sources to back up many of your claims. Could you please edit to include sources/references for your assertions? Thanks!
Jul
24
comment How did Paul “see that someone had faith” in Acts 14?
We don't allow questions that are 'searching for a text', so I made a slight edit to focus this question on the specific text being asked about.
Jul
24
revised How did Paul “see that someone had faith” in Acts 14?
removed search for texts
Jul
24
comment Was the text of Matthew 28:19 changed?
Good edit, @Joseph - I just changed the title to make it a question rather than a statement as well
Jul
24
revised Was the text of Matthew 28:19 changed?
fixed title
Jul
24
comment Was the text of Matthew 28:19 changed?
And ... ahem ... I'd love to see @FrankLuke answer this question ;)
Jul
24
comment Was the text of Matthew 28:19 changed?
I've reopened this question in light of @FrankLuke 's latest edit.