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Tim Maas

Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army
I was raised as a Lutheran, but now consider myself a non-denominational Christian. I have been married for 32 years, and have two married children -- a son who is an attorney, and a daughter who is a mathematics teacher.  I retired in 2013 after 35 years as a Quality Assurance Specialist (Ammunition Surveillance), which is a civilian (Civil Service) career program that inspects and classifies the Army's stockpile of conventional, guided missile, and toxic chemical munitions, so that the Army has an accurate picture of the serviceability and safety of its ammunition stockpile at any given time.   

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Why didn’t God require Cain’s life as punishment for murdering Abel since it seems inconsistent with His command in Gen. 9 verse 6?

Although murder might appear from an intuitive or "common-sense" standpoint...

Comment 1 More Answer Asked January 18 2019


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Is it considered lust to comment or joke about the attractiveness of a person to whom you're not married?

Not to sound puritanical, but... While God created men and women to be...

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Why did David lift up his hands to worship God? (63:4)

I would say that the lifting of the hands in prayer is both a recognition of...

Comment 1 Vote Asked January 17 2019


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Who is the "lower" according to Psalm 8:5, man or angels?

I would say that the psalm is expressing the thought that God created man to...

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Why does God have to judge a SECOND TIME?

I would say that, while Jesus did endure God's punishment for all of...

Comment 1 More Answer 1 Vote Asked January 17 2019


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What kind of records does God keep? (Psalm 56:8)

As difficult as it may be to grasp or comprehend, I would say that God, being...

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What is the difference between the LORD'S face and His countenance in Numbers 6:24-27, which is known as the "priest's blessing"?

Without reference to any aspects of the Hebrew vocabulary or grammar used, I...

Comment 1 Vote Asked January 15 2019


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When should I pray to the Father, when should I be praying to the Son, when should I be praying to the Holy Spirit?

In my opinion, when we as Christians pray to any Person of the Trinity, we...

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Did David use his sinfulness from birth as an excuse for his later sins? (Psalm 51:5)

To me, David did not intend the acknowledgement of his innate sinfulness to...

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How should we be praying for our President?

I would say, first, that we should distinguish between the offices of the...

Comment 1 More Answer 1 Vote Asked January 13 2019


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Why in 1 Kings 18:40 did Elijah take the prophets of Baal down to the brook of Kishon to slew them?

If I am interpreting the question correctly, I would say that Elijah chose...

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How is the law our tutor to bring us to Christ?

I would say that Paul was referring to the Law being our tutor with respect...

Comment 1 More Answer Asked January 12 2019


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Why wasn’t the psalmist afraid of powerful and wicked people? (Psalm 49:5–9)

This same thought is expressed multiple times in the Psalms, such as in Psalm...

Comment 2 Votes Asked January 10 2019


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If a Christian accidentally kills a person will s/he lose his/her salvation?

Even in the Old Testament (as indicated in the passage cited in the...

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What does Job mean in Job 14:7 about a tree that refuses to die?

As noted in the passage cited in the question, Job (in his discouraged state...

1 Comments 3 Votes Asked January 08 2019