Christianity Weekly Newsletter
Christianity Weekly Newsletter

Top new questions this week:

Was there doctrinal difference between Lollards and Waldenses?

Lollards and Waldenses are two historical movements that spread out of Catholic church, in England and France, respectively. I know they had similar views such as opposing the corruption of the …

history heresy  
asked by kviiri 11 votes
answered by LCIII 1 vote

Is any of Jesus' carpentry still around?

Is there any of Jesus' carpentry still around or artifacts that people believe can be attributed to Jesus' work as a carpenter? Obviously this can't be answered with scripture alone. Since Google …

jesus historical-jesus artifacts  
asked by LCIII 11 votes
answered by Jesse 4 votes

Did Augustine often complain that his contemporaries burdened the church with their traditions?

In Martin Luther's Table Talk we find: Augustine was the ablest and purest of all the doctors, but he could not of himself bring back things to their original condition, and he often complains …

church-fathers augustine  
asked by Mr. Bultitude 7 votes

Does Jesus/God understand uncertainty or sin?

I understand that Jesus has experienced the same weaknesses and temptations, but what about uncertainty? Or even sin itself? How can He understand what it is like to not know anything for certain when …

nature-of-god sin  
asked by Niklaas 5 votes
answered by FMShyanguya 5 votes

Modern Book of Jasher - Genuine?

I've been reading the book of Jasher (supposedly the one quoted in the book of Samuel) and its quite amazing. But I ask - what is the proof or lack of proof on it's authenticity? There are however a …

bible tradition canon judaism jasher  
asked by 1Up 4 votes
answered by Steven Doggart 4 votes

Is there modern evidence that the Sun stood still?

Has anyone presented tangible, astronomical evidence of a disruption we can see today that is claimed to be caused by the Sun/Moon "stopping" roughly 3500ish years ago as it says in Joshua 10? Has any …

science joshua  
asked by LCIII 4 votes
answered by jlaverde 2 votes

What does it mean that "the two natures of Christ cannot be separated"?

The Ausberg confession states of Christ in the Chief Articles of Faith, Therefore, he has two natures, one divine and the other human. They are united in one person and cannot be separated. What …

protestantism lutheranism ecumenical-council  
asked by Andrew 4 votes
answered by Bye 0 votes

Greatest hits from previous weeks:

What was the difference between the Pharisees and Sadducees?

Jeusus often encountered these two groups: 34 Hearing that Jesus had silenced the Sadducees, the Pharisees got together. 35 One of them, an expert in the law, tested him with this question: 36 …

new-testament gospels  
asked by Mike 12 votes
answered by swasheck 14 votes

If Adam and Eve were perfect, why did they choose to sin?

Adam and Eve, when they were created in the Garden of Eden, were without sin. Because of that, they were perfect and flawless. However, with that theology in mind, I'm running up against a wall: …

adam-and-eve fall-of-man  
asked by Richard 45 votes
answered by Bob Black 37 votes

Can you answer this?

How are spirits born?

I'm interested primarily in LDS doctrine, but I welcome the perspective of other sects as well, as I believe that all of Christianity shares the same roots. Please specify from what denomination your …

nature-of-god lds creation souls  
asked by ShemSeger 2 votes
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