Jul 14, 2007
Perhaps. But not desirable. (Jun 11, 2010 | post #39559)
Also incorrect. The Bible does claim the Earth has corners. The ancients knew damned well it was round. When a ship is observed coming over the horizon, the first thing seen is the top of the mast. That could only happen if it were coming over a curved surface. (Jun 11, 2010 | post #39558)
I don't believe you. (Jun 8, 2010 | post #39415)
Sssssmmmmooooooccccchhhhh! Missed you guys. Trying to be good and not get re-hooked, though. (Jun 8, 2010 | post #39414)
Why thank you! It's been a year, so time to retire the grad photo. (Jun 7, 2010 | post #39380)
Once more. . . Strong's Concordance does NOT provide a lexicon of the Hebrew and Greek languages, but rather lexicons of specific translations of the Bible. Don't believe me? Look at the title page of each concordance. It says so right there. So, you're arguing in circles here -- all you're claiming is that a translation is correct because it was translated that way. That simply does not follow. (Jun 7, 2010 | post #39298)
No, it's not a chicken-egg matter, since one clearly predates the other. And no, the egg came first. An animal that was not-chicken laid an egg that contained a mutation that made it the kind of animal we call a chicken. (Jun 6, 2010 | post #39232)
This should be interesting. . . (Jun 5, 2010 | post #39212)
Looks familiar. (Jun 5, 2010 | post #9)
Yeah. They don't know what the most important sex organ is, poor things! (Jun 5, 2010 | post #39201)
Oh, I think Beckett's way of thinking was probably very appealing to a kid and contact with his worldview might have had a real effect. (Jun 5, 2010 | post #39180)
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