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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
d e l i r i u rn
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
d e l i r i u rn
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
Sugarbeary
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
Sugarbeary
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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3/5/15 3:05am
Sandokiri
Dinosaurs in the Bible? YES. Christianity. 73 Extended Discussion 3/18/15 8:10am
anonymous attributes
We do need evidence for whether any hypothesis is consistent with reality; and the more spectacular the claim against what is known, the more spectacular the evidence must be. So yes, there is no current evidence for a fire-breathing, semi-aquatic, predatory dinosaur having lived within the last three thousand years. There is evidence that the descriptions of animals and/or their fossils g ...
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3/5/15 1:56am
Sandokiri
Dinosaurs in the Bible? YES. Christianity. 73 Extended Discussion 3/18/15 8:10am
anonymous attributes
The biggest problem with claiming dinosaur (as Hovind liked to) is that we would need evidence of their being alive well within human history. We have that for, say, woolly mammoths which lived on isolated arctic islands until about 2000 BCE, whereupon they rapidly vanished, most likely due to human predation. We don't have that for dinosaurs; we don't have evidence of those (other than bird ...
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3/5/15 12:17am
Sandokiri
Dinosaurs in the Bible? YES. Christianity. 73 Extended Discussion 3/18/15 8:10am
anonymous attributes
Great. I am not trying to persuade you necessarily, but we both have presented our side, and you know why I reject your suggestion, and I know why you reject mine. We keep on with the general same information but explain it differently. I think at this point, if we arent trying to persuade each other, we will have to agree to disagree on who or what this Leviathan is. Now as far as the 1611 tra ...
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3/4/15 1:36am
Sandokiri
Dinosaurs in the Bible? YES. Christianity. 73 Extended Discussion 3/18/15 8:10am
anonymous attributes
I had been unaware of any specific request to do a line-by-line analysis of the chapter, so there is that. We'll set that aside though, as it is no longer of consequence. :puddi: Disagree. I am debating an extinct creature here that we do not see today, a great creature. That is the whole reason I am debiting. You are assuming such a great creature could not exist because you do not see it ...
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3/3/15 9:22pm
Sandokiri
Dinosaurs in the Bible? YES. Christianity. 73 Extended Discussion 3/18/15 8:10am
anonymous attributes
Short form: If you're going to keep quoting creationists, then you're not going to hold my interest. Biblical crypto-zoology is something that I do kinda have interest in - and I will say that in the course of this thread I have learned some things - both of palaeo-zoology and of ancient Hebrew. It's not in every such discussion that I can walk away with that. However, I'm not interested in w ...
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3/3/15 4:13am
Sandokiri
Dinosaurs in the Bible? YES. Christianity. 73 Extended Discussion 3/18/15 8:10am
anonymous attributes
I'm encouraging you to look at it in another way. You're refusing because you're locked into your own preconceived idea. mankind did coexist with some of the megafauna. Now you are lying. You said "prehistory" are the 7+-meter long crocodiles prehistory, or not? You don't even understand the word prehistory: it refers to all of time before the development of writing (around the 3000s BCE). ...
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