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York Minster’s Nave has been cleared to give visitors a glimpse of how the cathedral would have looked during medieval times. The Nave will remain empty of its 800 chairs until the 18th February, revealing a space big enough for three tennis courts (approx 80m x 30m), showing how spacious it would have appeared when it was originally built. Constructed in the Decorated style, building began in 1280 and it took 70 years to replace the Norman nave of Thomas of Bayeux. In medieval times it was used for a range of purposes including markets, and in the 1500’s there were even complaints about boys playing football there.
Question by ollyollyoxenfree: I want to research my family history without going online?
Where do I start? The furthest I have gotten was my great grandparents. I have both of their obituaries. My great grandfather was the lead homicide detective in indianapolis so I figured there would be a lot but I can’t find anything. Should I go to libraries? How am I supposed to find stuff on my great grandfather’s father so I can keep continuing the research?
Answer by Lee Miller I would definately try the library I know at the one I go to they have genealogy experts so they can help
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Question by Shelby Taylor: Why is it that im unable to ask a question about religion without getting hate?
Its like everyone is trying to defend their religion…when all they should be defending is god and christ. I was just wondering why certain denominations of christians feel compelled to convert other christians to their denom..i go to a disciples of christ church but lds…catholic…baptist still try to convert me.
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Question by guillermina: How to ask for help without being offended & humiliated by others?
I’m just asking for furniture donations not money & many have said things that have hurt my feelings. Trust me if I didn’t need help I wouldn’t be asking for it my family & I have been through a lot I’m willing to pay a couple of dollars for furniture please help
Answer by Briana Just Ask , Theirs Always Gonna Be Those Ignorant People Who Have To React Negatively Because Their Not Standing In Your Shoes . Ignore It & Keep On Moving , Its For Your Family . Handle Yours & Ignore The Dumbies !
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Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater (YouTube channel: CANSWERSTV, see our playlist “Early Church History” at www.youtube.com and Steve Morrison, Ph.D, director of Research for Christian Answers (Steve is the creator of all 3 of our websites: www.BIBLEQUERY.ORG, http & www.MUSLIMHOPE.COM) take viewers on a journey through the portals of time, back to the first few centuries of the early Christian church. What did the early Christian Church teach & practice? Early pre-Nicene (before 325 AD) writers included Ignatius, Clement of Rome, Polycarp, Justin Martyr, Melito, Iranaeus, Origen of Alexandria, Tatian, Athenagoras, Polycrates, Montanus, Tertullian, Hippolytus, Cyprian, Novatian, Lactantius, Arnobius, Eusebius, Dionysius of Rome, Dionysius of Alexandria, “To Diognetus,” Papias, Theophilus of Antioch, Methodius, Adamantius, Gregory Thaumaturgus & others. Let’s ask the following question. What could you prove about early Christianity if you had no Bible, but only the pre-Nicene church writers? Here is a consensus of what four or more writers said, and none contradicted, prior to 325 AD : The Bible – B1. Study or obey God’s Word as an authority, B2. Old Testament has God’s words; study it, B3. The Old Testament prophesied about Jesus, B4. Jesus superseded some Old Testament laws, B5. New Testament has God’s words; study it,B6. Some parts of the Bible are allegorical, B7. Old Testament has types of Christ, B8. Melchizedek was a … Video Rating: 0 / 5
Question by Nisha: Will the Episcopal church or the Lutheran Church baptize me immediately without taking a class?
I want to be baptized in in either the lutheran or episcopal church. I have never been baptized before. I do not have time to take any classes to get baptized. I just want to get baptized now. I don’t want to go to a non denominational church (baptist, pentecostal, calvary chapel, ect.) Which church will baptize me asap?