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    ”Physical” is ambiguous. So which sense of the...

    ”Physical” is ambiguous. So which sense of the word is intended ?
  2. To judge this, is one of the tasks of the virtue...

    To judge this, is one of the tasks of the virtue of prudence.
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    I always thought the two were the same thing. So...

    I always thought the two were the same thing. So what is the difference ?
  4. That is one of the problems with Total Biblical...

    That is one of the problems with Total Biblical Infallibility - which bit of writing of a book was the beneficiary of the TBI ?
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    Some kinds of Neoplatonism, Stoicism, and...

    Some kinds of Neoplatonism, Stoicism, and Aristotelianism are friendlier to the idea of a supernatural reality than (say) Materialism - but it does not follow that they will be entirely compatible...
  6. Indeed. And Judith. And Judges. But none of...

    Indeed. And Judith. And Judges.

    But none of these books are Christian. The Christian’s moral example is meant to be, not Eglon, or Jael, or Judith, or the murderers of Amon, but Christ.
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    ”Usefulness” ? That sounds like consequentialism,...

    ”Usefulness” ? That sounds like consequentialism, rather than Christian morality.

    Consequentialism: “This person has many glaring & notorious faults, but we can prudently calculate that, if he...
  8. Is political assassination a Christian act ? ...

    Is political assassination a Christian act ?

    If the US can do that sort of thing with an easy conscience, how can it claim to be acting in accord with the Gospels ?

    One suspects that a lot of...
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    Asherah was the consort of El, the god who was...

    Asherah was the consort of El, the god who was the head and ruler of the pantheon of the kingdom of Ugarit in Canaan. Baal-Hadad the weather-god, Mot god of the netherworld, the Maiden Anath with...
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    Just one: calling Barth, of all people, a...

    Just one: calling Barth, of all people, a liberal, sounds so completely wide of the mark as to be incomprehensible.

    The impertinence of those comfortable US critics who snap at the heels of men...
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    It depends what is meant by “free will”. ...

    It depends what is meant by “free will”.

    Freedom to sin is not true freedom at all, but slavery. True freedom of will consists in perfect conformity to, & communion with, the Will of God. That...
  12. 2. The contradiction is verbal, not real. What...

    2. The contradiction is verbal, not real. What James rejects, is not what St Paul proposes. James is a close echo of the Teaching of Christ, which St Paul adapts parts of, but does not betray.
    3....
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    A fair number of Christian Youtubers don’t -...

    A fair number of Christian Youtubers don’t - presumably to avoid spam.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ma8U-4qSqlc

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ma8U-4qSqlc
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    And a Happy and Blessed Christmas to you 😊😁❄️

    And a Happy and Blessed Christmas to you 😊😁❄️
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    Did the Churches known to Mohammed have the...

    Did the Churches known to Mohammed have the Protestant 66-book canon ? I don’t think so. The CC can be left out of the reckoning, as Mo displays no knowledge of Latin Christianity - which leaves...
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    That depends, in part, on what is meant by “that...

    That depends, in part, on what is meant by “that great and dreadful day”.

    It also depends, in part, not on what the text of Malachi might mean to us, but instead, on what the NT writers, and the...
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    Certainly Jesus prayed to the Father. And that...

    Certainly Jesus prayed to the Father. And that proves He is not a Divine Person, because……why, exactly ?

    Or is that question turning this exchange into a debate, perhaps ?
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    I’m not sure the Reformation would have got very...

    I’m not sure the Reformation would have got very far if its leaders had abstained from politics. The Prophets were up to their necks in politics. Preaching the Universal Kingship of Christ, which is...
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    I think it is an aspect of sanctification/growth...

    I think it is an aspect of sanctification/growth in grace/conversion.
  21. The moon-jump rhyme is a clear reference to ANE...

    The moon-jump rhyme is a clear reference to ANE cow-worship. Therefore, the moon-landing myth is evidently also a reference to some Ancient Near Eastern moon-worship myth or ritual.
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    I keep reading “immortality” as “immorality” - &...

    I keep reading “immortality” as “immorality” - & vice versa.
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    I voted Tory - whatever BoJo’s personal failings,...

    I voted Tory - whatever BoJo’s personal failings, letting in Labour would likely be catastrophic. And Brexit needs doing, for real, ASAP. I would only think of voting Labour, if it would stop the...
  24. ”Sanctuary” specifically, is more likely IMHO....

    ”Sanctuary” specifically, is more likely IMHO. The Holy Place, even if not the Holy of Holies.
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    That is too narrowly intellectualist an approach,...

    That is too narrowly intellectualist an approach, IMO. Salvation is not by intelllectual brilliance, argument, or debate, but solely by God’s grace. Truth is as liable to become an idol as anything...
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