sheya joie

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About sheya joie

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  • Location southmost texas
  • Interests For those who may be wondering, I no longer have home internet, which makes it hard for me to participate here like I used to.

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  1. It's very simple: Jesus is the Son of God; this is a foundational statement of Christianity. Islam, however, states that Allah has no son, that it is blasphemy to say that Allah has a son. Therefore, how can God the Father of Christianity and Allah of Islam be one and the same? They cannot. It's as simple as that. (By the way, I think C S Lewis was amazingly prescient in his final Narnia book, The Last Battle, in which the great Lion Aslan was conflated with Tash, the demonic god of the Calormenes, into the horrifying false god Tashlan. We are seeing this come true in our lifetime.)
  2. Derailing thread

    WHY... are there two bodies... but three pairs of hands???
  3. The Ark of The Covenant

    Just a note: the word cherubim is the plural of the word cherub.
  4. Derailing thread

    My problem is that potatoes a) mess with my blood sugar and b) give me a heavy feeling along about the sternum. Had to give 'em up, but I sure used to love 'em!
  5. Derailing thread

    Goofs... Lady Pear, tater tots are kind of like hash browns, but the tiny potato bits are shaped into a cylinder, then fried. They're pretty tasty (but probably not very healthy).
  6. Is it just me...

    Hey, the Klingon is back! Good to see you, brother!
  7. Stores are Closing

    I never understood mail-ordering things when I could just go right to the store, buy them, and have them right away instead of waiting for the items to be sent to me. So buying things from the internet has no appeal to me either. I only order a thing if I can't find it at all locally - and believe me, I will search for it locally for a loooong time before I'll ever order it online. Brick-and-mortar stores must love me.
  8. Derailing thread

    I'm 5'8". Always happy to offer a hand at getting stuff down off the top shelf!
  9. The experimental thread!

    Turtles. And grapes. Oh, and hollyhocks.
  10. Derailing thread

    Uh... shame on who? On me? All I did was answer the question!
  11. Derailing thread

    That was Moses who had the Ethiopian wife, and his sister Miriam who was struck with leprosy.
  12. Derailing thread

    Actually... 2 Samuel 2:10 Ishbosheth Saul's son was forty years old when he began to reign over Israel, and reigned two years. But the house of Judah followed David. So while David was king over the tribe of Judah, Saul's son Ishbosheth was king over the rest of Israel. And if you continue reading in 2 Samuel, you'll see how after a number of intrigues, a couple of guys snuck into Ishbosheth's house and murdered him, then when to David to brag, expecting a reward - and David had them executed for their murder. I don't remember what other name(s) Ishbosheth had.
  13. The experimental thread!

    I like to knit.
  14. The experimental thread!

    *ahem* PURPLE!!!
  15. Derailing thread

    Here's the thing about how far apart east and west are. If you start out heading north, eventually you run out of north and start going south. Same thing with heading south; you eventually wind up going north. But if you're going east, you never run out of east! You can circle the globe endlessly, but you're still heading east! And the same with going west. You may head west and wind up east of where you started, but you are still facing west and going west; you never get into the situation in which going straight ahead of you winds up with you going in a different direction (as with going north or south).