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AnswerCast: Praying by Email, and an Avatar Jesus?

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AnswerCast: Praying by Email, and an Avatar Jesus?
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I received these two questions by email a while ago:

A) How would writing prayers to God via email change praying compared to silent or audible prayers?

B) Suppose for Jesus ministry he remained in heaven but controlled a human body via an avatar. How would this change the gospel?

Continuing the series I started a while back on audio answers to email questions, here’s my response:

[podcast]https://www.thinkingchristian.net/wp-content/uploads/podcasts/c24b6261fa0c865a93bf2a09c1e78695ee69688b20f211cc0.mp3[/podcast]

I’m calling this the AnswerCast series. Please let me know of any questions you have that I might be able to respond to through a podcast.

(I’ve found two other sources using the “answercast” name. They’re in different fields so we’re not competing, and they don’t appear to have registered the name. If someone really does own the name please let me know and I’ll adjust immediately.)

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