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    11-20-2017, 11:33 AM
    Buried with a donkey He's my favorite honkey
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    11-14-2017, 02:48 PM
    So, you use non-fluoride toothpaste then? Outstanding!
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    11-14-2017, 11:30 AM
    Hypertension means higher ins premiums and more meds. Crank up the pill machines
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    11-12-2017, 12:15 PM
    That may have been a prophetic dream. Such things certainly happen. It accords with revelation that has been granted me. I consider the realm of eternity to be a higher dimension beyond and perpendicular to the time space continuum.
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    11-11-2017, 12:53 PM
    The catching up (harpazo) is akin to the transfiguration of the sealed. It will occur during the tribulation, but it does not imply a departure. Instead, it travels from person to person in a similar manner as 'word of mouth' (twinkling of the eye). Instead, being 'caught up' to the third heaven (realm of eternity) more implies a transformation while remaining on the Earth.
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    11-11-2017, 12:44 PM
    Looks like a patent troller type situation. :(
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    11-10-2017, 07:26 PM
    "Wixen Music Publishing" is trying to eradicate Ron Paul.
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    11-10-2017, 07:21 PM
    "Wixen Music Publishing" has wiped the Ron Paul Anthem video from off the internet. Only copy I can find is a very low resolution copy on DailyMotion. You can't even BUY the video. :mad:
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    11-10-2017, 11:40 AM
    Clinton didn’t really balance his budgets, he just funged some cash into the General Fund from the Social Security Trust Fund to make it look like they balanced.
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    11-05-2017, 02:06 PM
    Doorman at a fancy hotel?
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    11-04-2017, 06:12 PM
    Not to mention he just used sophistry to argue that opposing a Muslim ban was the same thing as advocating for completely open borders. This kind of disingenuous and dishonest manipulation is beyond disgusting, and continues to reaffirm my earlier assessment of his character.
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    11-04-2017, 01:18 PM
    Looks so far like their 'revolution' is a dud. :D
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  • TER's Avatar
    11-01-2017, 08:24 AM
    Part 3 of 3 Against Supernaturalism The value of the Trinity thus described is wholly compatible with a scientific account of the world in which the lineaments and workings of natural processes in space and in time are accounted for without recourse to God as a direct causal agent. If, for example, we believed that hurricanes happened because God sneezed, then what would be the point and practical advantage of meteorology? We must say rather that the lineaments and processes of the natural order are in and of themselves signatures of the divine. These signatures cannot be shaped by a calligraphy of intelligent design without invoking the capricious intervention of a episodically active god in an otherwise chaotic and frequently fragile and dangerous evolutionary process. Such extrinsic and invasive actions of a god from beyond the Cosmos—the classic form of supernaturalism—neuter both science and theology. The divine signatures are rather to be found in the beauty, elegance and fittingness of the natural operations themselves which are both emergent in their complexity and convergent in their function. Consciousness, for example, is a fluid and dynamic artifact of emergent complexity; physiological commonality a functional convergence of evolution. Neither is a deterministic process, but each nonetheless has its own teleology (that to which it tends), notwithstanding the chaotic and random factors involved. God, then, only acts “from beyond” when, ex nihilo, He creates space and time itself.
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    11-01-2017, 08:21 AM
    Part 2 of 3 Something from Nothing The Jews did not know God because they philosophised about Him, but rather because they had entered into a relationship with the One who had made a friend with Abraham and the patriarchs, Moses and the prophets. His ways had been made known in salvation and judgement; and this required from them faithfulness and love, repentance and hope. The expression of this relationship was a personal and existential knowledge of the Creator, utterly transcendent to anything created—literally the Uncreated One. This transcendent Being they came to know as above and beyond infinity, space, time, created reality itself, was so sacred that even his Name could not be spoken. Later in Israel’s history, and particularly after the emergence of the Wisdom writings in the post-Exilic environment of Hellenism, the people of God began to reflect more thoroughly on the presuppositions and implications of their faith in an utterly transcendent Creator. There is then a marked progression and refinement in understanding for example between Genesis, which only considers creation from the starting point of pre-formed matter (1:2), and 2 Maccabees 7:28, which follows the received faith to its logical conclusion, namely that the Cosmos was made out of nothing (ex nihilo) or rather, more properly, out of that which had no being. The implications of the ex nihilo doctrine are radical when contrasted with the confusion of nature and God which is often characteristic of pagan and polytheist faiths. For example, the world does not exist eternally but, as St Augustine emphasised, both space and time were created with matter and energy, making the terms “before creation” and “after creation” meaningless. So, there is creation “before” time (a singular Big Bang or multiple primordial creations) and creation in time as the one Cosmos or the Multiverse evolves. Before-time creation is possible in so far as God in His essence utterly transcends anything He creates. In-time creation is possible because God embeds Himself in the Cosmos from the outset by His energies. (I shall explain further this classic Orthodox distinction between the essence and energies of God in the next theological section: “God is both Creator and Trinity” but for now let us return to consider ex nihilo from the non-theistic perspective).
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    11-01-2017, 08:17 AM
    God and Science Part 1 of 3 By Archpriest Gregory Hallam It has become a truism for many in the West that faith and science belong to two conflicting world views. An atheist will say that science is rational, based on empirical observation and self-correcting as new theories eventually modify or replace old out-dated ones. Faith, on the other hand, is held to be irrational, defined by static religious texts and immovable religious authorities, which can be neither challenged nor revised.There is another view that regards this conflict as a needless clash of two Titans of similar breed: fundamentalism in religion and triumphalism in science.
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