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1:46 AM
RRRRRrrrr!
@Caleb Much obliged for the shiny new gold badge. I suppose @waxeagle and @El'endiaStarman give assistance as well.
[Pirate voice]
 
 
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5:20 AM
Is this question okay? "Why does the pope have an army?" Too simple? Not theological enough? Too historical?
"How did Christianity become so corrupt in the Middle Ages?"
In the Renaissance, there were a series of popes that had familial ties and loyalties that gave biological lineage more preference than merit.
So much for honesty and hard work.
Apparently, this Machiavellian scheme of promoting yourself was really the thing.
Ah - I recently found out that fredsbend is agnostic now! Weird . . . it's funny how Protestants change position so fast! One day, they have this view, and the next day, a totally different view. Not only that, it seems that Protestants place more emphasis on explicit belief.
I wonder if fredsbend's new beliefs will affect how he'll celebrate Christmas and Easter.
Eh, not my business to know.
Still, it makes me sad that someone would reject a religion, simply because of not being able to reconcile theological questions. It seems to me such individuals view religion as a personal philosophy instead of a familial way of life and body of values.
On the other hand, it is possible that one may be Christian agnostic. Christian but with an agnostic view of God.
Or Christian with an atheist view of God.
 
 
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7:31 AM
@Anonymous What? Explain how that wouldn't be complete nonsense.
@Caleb I've never noticed this... my counts seem to be one per flag, none of them get combined.
@fredsbendtheGrinch If you can, find non answers. Flagging those is much better overall.
 
8:27 AM
@curiousdannii Apparently that grouping only applies to the way it counts how many flags moderators handle. In the moderator statistics thing it definitely groups comment flags per post and counts them as one per. I guess for the user side of things it keeps it one for one. Fair enough.
 
9:09 AM
@TRiG I've updated the adelphopoiesis question and attempted an answer.
 
 
8 hours later…
5:01 PM
@fredsbendtheGrinch I've actually been away from the computer as well as dealing with a very unreliable router (it worked fine before my fiancée and I got here), so I didn't contribute to your badge at all. :P
@curiousdannii Someone who follows nearly all of the traditions and customs of being a Christian.
 
5:42 PM
@El'endiaStarman Such as paying respects to a saint.
Or celebrating Christmas and Easter.
 
6:23 PM
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Q: Are "Find This Verse" questions acceptable?

David StrattonI've seen a few of these questions recently, and have mixed feelings myself. I searched Meta, and the only post I could find that touched on this was Gray areas of questiondom Three's really no meta post where we truly define whether these questions are acceptable and if so, what does it take t...

 

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