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Scientific Biblical superiority of its TIME: Christianity. 57 Extended Discussion 3/13/15 2:23am
anonymous attributes
Not of mountains that are entirely underwater. That's the source's claim, and the specific point of dispute since that's what "undersea mountains" means. Jonah 2 cannot establish this. As a hint: it'd be better to use the flood narrative to argue undersea mountains, as that narrative proposes the flood as their cause. It'd have its own problems, but vagueness wouldn't be one. :3nod: Sp ...
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3/13/15 12:39am
Sandokiri
Scientific Biblical superiority of its TIME: Christianity. 57 Extended Discussion 3/13/15 2:23am
anonymous attributes
First off, let's get this out of the way now: This is one version of your source. Its key claim is that these various points are: 1. Accurate to modern science; and 2. Original to the Bible (that is, that these things were not known about before being revealed in the Bible.) The source says unique, but original would suffice. OP samples twelve of these. Spoilering for length. It's ...
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3/12/15 6:41am
Sandokiri
Scientific Biblical superiority of its TIME: Christianity. 57 Extended Discussion 3/13/15 2:23am
anonymous attributes
If you don't want to answer due to it not being in line with OP, fine. But you'd do better for yourself, and the faith you represent, if you leave the rest of the baggage out of it. Please do keep that in mind. I said "Rome did not establish """"Christs"""" teachings." Yes, and I expanded to make sure that you understood what I meant when I used the word "establish." We'll leave it at tha ...
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3/12/15 2:24am
Sandokiri
Scientific Biblical superiority of its TIME: Christianity. 57 Extended Discussion 3/13/15 2:23am
anonymous attributes
And I'm not looking for "you don't have the Holy Decoder Ring" as a counterpoint. If I'm actually wrong, then establish it with facts, not handwaves. I also do not care what you have "read" about what "others" said. Your connection also about when a Christian dies, and the end of the age is false. This is not a teaching church session. And again, if you are not of the body of Christ your tea ...
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3/12/15 1:18am
Sandokiri
Scientific Biblical superiority of its TIME: Christianity. 57 Extended Discussion 3/13/15 2:23am
anonymous attributes
It's plainly written in the text of 1 Corinthians 7, as I've shown. It is the simple case that Paul did not have a high opinion of marriage, due to it being a distraction from serving God; which is why, no fewer than four times in that chapter, he specifically said that it is better to not get married if possible. It is also the case that Paul recognised that people can't always control thei ...
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3/12/15 12:07am
Sandokiri
Scientific Biblical superiority of its TIME: Christianity. 57 Extended Discussion 3/13/15 2:23am
anonymous attributes
OP's claim is that the Bible is the textbook of our time - not merely its own. That is, the list of 101 arguments are being used in an attempt to show that the understanding of 2k-3k years ago concerning scientific matters is invariably correct (if somewhat incomplete) in comparison to modern understanding --- and that this proves that the Trinity (as formulated by the young earth creationists) ...
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3/11/15 10:55pm
Sandokiri
Dinosaurs in the Bible? YES. Christianity. 73 Extended Discussion 3/18/15 8:10am
anonymous attributes
That's not me, but the science of cladistics - the updated version of Linnaean taxonomy - saying that. Bird descent from dinosaurs - and therefore bird identity as dinosaurs - has been a topic of scientific inquiry for about as long as evolution itself has. You're welcome to think of this as "stupid"; you're also welcome to take the alternative you think of as not-stupid, and present it to t ...
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3/11/15 6:29pm
Sandokiri
Scientific Biblical superiority of its TIME: Christianity. 57 Extended Discussion 3/13/15 2:23am
anonymous attributes
Actually, what you are calling false information is explicitly stated throughout the chapter. 1-2: "Now concerning the matters about which you wrote: 'It is good for a man not to have sexual relations with a woman.' But because of the temptation to sexual immorality, each man should have his own wife and each woman her own husband." 8-9: "To the unmarried and the widows I say that it is ...
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3/11/15 6:10pm
Sandokiri
I need a pdf/title/link of a D&D book for Draconians HELP!!! 31 Table-Top Gaming 3/14/15 9:50pm
Sithis the Dread Lord
Which edition of D&D? (Obviously more recent than 2e.)
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3/7/15 3:14am
Sandokiri
I need a pdf/title/link of a D&D book for Draconians HELP!!! 31 Table-Top Gaming 3/14/15 9:50pm
Sithis the Dread Lord
In 3e / Pathfinder, you can create something like a Draconian by applying the half-dragon "template" (package of racial modifiers) to it. This is a bit tricky for playable characters, because of the +2 CR; but there are guidelines for handling that. Also, sorcerers with the Draconic bloodline become somewhat dragon-like as they progress; and the third-party Pathfinder material has a handfu ...
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3/7/15 2:16am
Sandokiri
Gaia needs to stop catering to project ticket holders 17 Chatterbox 3/7/15 12:58am
IuIlaby
Sorry it seems like that. It's a matter of trying to prioritise by type of issue. And as for solution, check your relevant area. I think we've gotten someone to look at it.
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3/7/15 12:50am
Sandokiri
Gaia needs to stop catering to project ticket holders 17 Chatterbox 3/7/15 12:58am
IuIlaby
It's a stroke of good fortune that we didn't read that before getting someone to help, especially for the sort of problem yours turned out to be. (I won't say what it was; you can if you want.) Second piece of advice: knees >>> shins, if you intend to plan your offence around low kicks. Finally, just to be clear: the ticket backlog is a function of ticket volume and the rather small number ...
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3/7/15 12:26am
Sandokiri
Q: why are your answers not straight? 26 Morality and Religion 3/6/15 4:40am
LoveLoud837
Assuming there's any reasonable way to filter for trustworthiness among the several different invisibles postulated. Therein lies the trick, though. Hyper-short form: no, we can't know that. I can get help using microscopes from scientists all over the world, including places hostile to each other; and if I'm viewing the same type of sample (let's say a drop of my blood each time,) then I w ...
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3/5/15 7:29am
Sandokiri
Q: why are your answers not straight? 26 Morality and Religion 3/6/15 4:40am
LoveLoud837
AA = anonymous attributes, who posted in this thread before. Also, it is possible to demonstrate the existence of cells without understanding how to use a microscope - even if you hold that only direct observation is sufficient evidence to count as proof, you can look while someone else operates the microscope. (Actually, based on the analogy, this would explain quite a few things. But I'll ...
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3/5/15 5:33am
Sandokiri
Dinosaurs in the Bible? YES. Christianity. 73 Extended Discussion 3/18/15 8:10am
anonymous attributes
You short-change yourself; creationist scholars are not smarter than you. They're just rather good at convincing people with their style. you deal in imagine and the Greeks, I will continue looking for answers. I deal in considering whether ideas have - or can have - support. But keep this in mind. There's a difference between these two approaches: 1. Obtaining the facts, and deriving ...
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