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Joulre2abba

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  1. Sayings and Catch Phrases

    If you don't know what to say, whistle. If you don't know how to whistle, give a raspberry.
  2. post something random

    Psalm 119:130 "The entrance of Your word gives light and understanding to the simple." "simple" as in "noobie", or "babe in Christ", "kindergartner". If you think that you know it all, you find out that you know nothing. That's a good place to start. One who knows that he knows nothing, will be able to know everything.
  3. Sayings and Catch Phrases

    Don't put the cart before the horse.
  4. niv

    There are not any counterfeit Bibles among the many versions. They are all "the real Bible". If you wish to continue to give your opinions on the matter then kindly do so with anyone else on this forum.
  5. niv

    There are different views about this. There are those online who insist that homosexuals are not prostitutes. However, there is at least one verse in the Bible that I've come across so far that states otherwise. http://biblehub.com/1_kings/14-24.htm It's also possible that Romans 1 could be indirectly referring to it as well.
  6. Say What's On Your Mind

    Everyone have a good day today.
  7. Is it a good idea to read books like The Message

    God bless you.
  8. niv

    Do you really think that engaging in sex orgies in a pagan temple would mean that they would limit themselves to hetero sex?
  9. niv

    A sodomite refers to same gender sex.. what makes it different to be called a shrine prostitute?
  10. niv

    Certain of the original copied manuscripts are not considered as authoritative as others, because each does have words or verses missing. The copyists were average individuals who were not so good at copying. So with missing words or verses, what else is there to do but honor it, or risk violating the Biblical directive not to deliberately add or take away from the text. Footnotes are also used to provide a literal word or meaning that is different and often better than the word that stands in the actual text. So with that goldmine, I think that putting the verse there that's missing in the actual text is also a lovely goldmine.
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