Caleb

Izmir, Turkey

alerque.com

Age: 33

I am a scripting language connoisseur, regular expression aficionado, network geek, general lover of Linux and a frequent contributor to open source software. I transitioned to programming from other work because I was too busy automating my own work environment to actually do the other work. I have a hobby interest in cartography. For more see my personal site. Most importantly, my life is defined by the grace of God given to men through Jesus Christ. It is my ambition that everything I do would reflect His glory and point people towards Him.

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comment What is this site's definition of "Christian"?
See also meta.christianity.stackexchange.com/q/64/30
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reviewed Close Reality of Free Will?
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reviewed Close Historicity of which Biblical characters is recognized by Archaeology/History?
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reviewed Leave Open How is the contradiction explained between 1 Chronicles 1:32 and Genesis 25:1
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reviewed Close What is this sites definition of "Christian"
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comment Did Mark intend to end his gospel at 16:8?
I just confirmed with someone that you should be able to ping him with an @ message on the question because he posted a bounty on it. That does, apparently, qualify him for being pingable---but on the question, not this answer. (BTW: please flag these comments obsolete after reading this far and I'll clean up)
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comment Did Mark intend to end his gospel at 16:8?
You might try pinging him with a comment on the question. I see he had a bounty on it at one point. I know editors are pingable but I actually have no idea about bounty posters. Maybe. Worth a shot I guess just to find out.
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comment Did Mark intend to end his gospel at 16:8?
You can't just ping anybody at random with @ like that. Only the owner of a post, its editors and previous commenter can be pinged. Either find a related post of Soldarnal's and comment there with a link to this as related material or ping him in chat (get a mod to do so if he's not in the room).
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comment Did Mark intend to end his gospel at 16:8?
Besides being a raw assertion of a conclusion (rather than the demonstration of how a conclusion was arrived at as required by this site in general) this answers the wrong question. It's basically an answer to the opposite question that was asked and does nothing to explain to the inquisitive what case might be made the other direction.
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reviewed Close "Slave" vs. "servant" in Colossians
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reviewed Leave Open Is it possible to be unbiased when interpreting Scripture?
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reviewed Leave Open Is there a scriptural warrant for the literal-historical approach?
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comment Should these old questions be closed/deleted?
@Susan A couple? Sheesh! You'd think I was dyslexic and editing on mobile.
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answered Should these old questions be closed/deleted?
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comment Keyboard and Mouse sharing between Windows and OSX
@SynergyMacOS-Win7User That would be something to report in the project's issue tracker, not here.
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comment Does Joyce Meyer preach salvation by faith in Jesus alone (ie not works)?
@bruisedreed I believe that quote came from a conference recording. I recall seeing that bit in context off the DVD at some point but have been unable to locate a full source online. The soud-byte excerpt is available online many places. If anyone finds a fuller excerpt please feel free to link it here!
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revised Does Joyce Meyer preach salvation by faith in Jesus alone (ie not works)?
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revised What is the gist of CARM's critisizm of Joyce Meyer?
added real question title; linked site; fixed (some of the) grammar issues
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comment Does Joyce Meyer preach salvation by faith in Jesus alone (ie not works)?
Related question on Joyce Meyer.
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