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bio website goran12.rajce.idnes.cz
location Czech Republic
age 28
visits member for 1 year, 5 months
seen Mar 12 at 7:49

From professional point of view, I'm an eternal student - I have already finished a master in Archaeology and now I study bachelor degree GIS - the computer part of everything needed to be an expert on Computer Aplications in Archaeology.

From spiritual point of view, I'm a young child in Christ (converted on Easter 2010, baptised a year later), a pilgrim to Santiago de Compostela (I have been there once and I hope it wasn't the last time), a Catholic and a member of Light-Life Movement.

And about hobbies, I'm a RPG enthusiast and I like hiking and everything I've already mentioned.

Here on SE, I've found a nice place to talk about Christianity, a source of information for my current school and I hope I'll be able to share information about my first field of study too. As a Czech patriot, I also hope my language will find its place here.


Dec
20
comment Why did Elisabeth remain in seclusion in Luke 1:24?
+1. A good point. I'm not sure what did Elizabeth know about miscarriage, but she must have known there is such a risk. I don't consider changing accepted answer, but I think this is as good as Rhetorician's answer.
Dec
20
comment Why did Elisabeth remain in seclusion in Luke 1:24?
Like Gone Quiet said, first few paragraphs are not necessary, I already knew that. But the end of your answer really helped me, so +1 and accepted.
May
27
comment “Believing wife” or “sister” in 1 Corinthians 9:5?
When I read your P.S. and explored your link more carefully (including some more dictionary play), it really helped me to understand the original text, and both why is it usually translated as it is and why it could support the claim I mentioned in addendum to my question. I accept it.
May
27
comment “Believing wife” or “sister” in 1 Corinthians 9:5?
Thanks, now I see where the mistake's origin. +1
May
5
comment Parallelism in the Beatitudes
This is a further step - meditation over the consequences of parallelism in the Beatitudes. I asked this question to find out how "correct" is to use the Beatitudes this way, and you didn't answer my question. But thanks, this is one point to consider while meditating and examining the Biblic text further.
May
1
comment How can we determine if a text is sarcastic?
The definition in the first paragraph is good, but it means misunderstanding on side of the reader can be easily confused with sarcasm on the side of the author. This post seems is a good example. I myself don't like the idea of apostle Paul being a male chauvinist and would argue against such a position, but claim that some pericope is inconsistent with author's beliefs and thus is sacrastic is simply too strong. If there are controversies on what the author really believed, calling something "sarcasm" is probably just a dirty trick to cancel a pericope supporting my opponents.