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  1. What is a Christ? How many are there?

    Whine, whine, whine.
  2. MSM accuses the POTUS of not recognizing his own wife

    Yes, it is much ado about nothing. There is not a husband alive on this planet that has not said something that makes his wife shake her head in public and later gives him an earful in private. Trump is not the best public speaker, but didn't say anything that deserves this kind of treatment, especially given the threats we are facing. These are lazy journalists who would rather look for soft targets than address the serious issues of the day. They probably should not be be called journalists.
  3. Conspiracies, to be successful, rely on ignorance and someone who is talented enough to make a lie look plausible. Why they do this, I don't know. It's like some people are just addicted to conspiracy theories. And what's worse, is that these theories never pan out. Nothing they predict ever happens. Yet, they have a faithful following. They can lie over and over again, their predictions fail over and over again, but these faithful followers will ignore these failures and follow these false teachers right into the next conspiracy. There is nothing rational about it.
  4. Melania Trump's $3000 pink dress has the MSM melting down

    They are the same petty, classless morons that criticize Trump all day.
  5. Or maybe you don't understand astronomy or stars like a Ph.D. in astronomy does. And I would point out that you are not really competent to rebut his article point for point, meaning that you can't really do anything but make over-generalized claims about what he said. You have no facts to refute his argument, nothing of substance in your response. That's why you have to resort to calling him an idiot. You don't know anything about this other than what you parrot from someone else who is also not as credentialed as this astronomer is and doesn't know what he is talking about, either. The astronomer says nothing will happen and it won't. That will go a long way is proving why conspiracy theorists are simply out in left field.
  6. Or maybe you just don't know what you're talking about and a Ph.D. astronomer does. You were mentioning earlier that men with "credentials" were who you listen to. Well, it would appear that it isn't the credentials that are the issue. Because when a man with real credentials speaks, you call him an idiot 'cause he is not a half-baked conspiracy nutjob.
  7. Oh it did. They will spend all day tomorrow telling us that Niburu hit us spiritually, in the spirit realm... Just like the world ended "spiritually" back in 2010.
  8. It has been there before. 2005. Here is what a Christian apologetics ministry's resident astronomer has to say about this: https://answersingenesis.org/astronomy/stars/what-will-happen-september-23-2017/
  9. False Prophecy: Sept. 23rd

    The evidence supports what I said given that you don't have a 5,000 year old copy of Enoch.
  10. False Prophecy: Sept. 23rd

    No, it was not fulfilled today. That sign occurs in the middle of Tribulation and we are not in the Tribulation, yet.
  11. False Prophecy: Sept. 23rd

    First of all there are no significant differences in the manuscripts. They all agree at all points of substantive comparison. A few mispelled words and some word reversals like Christ Jesus instead of "Jesus Christ" and other minor scribal errors don't compare to the errors in the book of Enoch. It isn't even good history. Furthermore, you have no way of determining that it is even accurate history given that there is no manuscript evidence outside of the book of Enoch to compare. The way we know the Bible's history is accurate is that we have found in other cultures the records of the same battles and personages, kings and other rulers, mentioned and mentioned in the same way the Bible records them. They speak of Israel's victories and defeats. We are able to corroborate the Bible's history with the history of the surrounding cultures. The way we know if there is scribal error in a given text like the difference between 2000 and 20,000 is by manuscript comparison and being able to go with the majority. You don't have that kind of manuscript evidence for the book of Enoch, so you have no way to know if the history is accurate, or if fanciful claims like 4500 ft giants is a scribal error, or was intentional. I am not rejecting it over one or two things. I am rejecting over a number of glaring problems that you want to sweep under the rug, because you don't have answer for them. The book of Enoch first shows up in the writings of Essenes. It even reads like an mystical essenic document. They, not Enoch, are the authors and they were formed in the intertestamental period AFTER the OT canon had been fully written. So the book of Enoch isn't exactly contemporary with the OT. It was written after the fact, and so the Bible wasn't simply leaving it to the book of Enoch to fill in the blanks. It is likely these people whom you put so much faith in can deal with the manuscript problems that exist in Enoch.
  12. Pumpkin Spice Pizza

    Yes, pumpkin spice pizza is a thing. And a New Jersey-based chain is to blame Pumpkin spice cereals, pumpkin spice ice cream, pumpkin spice coffee, pumpkin spice creamer, pumpkin spice yogurt. There is seemingly no end to the pumpkin spice food onslaught this time of year. Some foods, fortunately, have remained untouched. Like pizza. Oh no, they didn't. New Jersey-based Villa Italian Kitchen is debuting its Pumpkin Spice Pizza Friday, Sept. 22, the first day of fall. The chain is calling it "the first ever pumpkin spice pizza.'' Let me be the first to say it: Forget all those hurricanes and earthquakes bedeviling the globe; this is a sure sign of the apocalypse. It's bad enough people put pineapple, buffalo chicken and cheesesteak on pizza. But now they're defacing it with pumpkin spice? Villa Italian Kitchen, though, thinks the pizza will be a hit. Pumpkin spice "is undeniably the most popular flavor of fall,'' Villa Italian Kitchen spokesperson Brian Lowe told Vice.com. "We thought, what could be better than combining the popularity of Pumpkin Spice with pizza? So, after a few R&D sessions, we landed on the perfect Pumpkin Spice Pizza balance. It's a magical place where all the deliciousness of pizza meets the flavors of pumpkin spice." A magical place? Please stop. Please stop now. If you must know, the ingredients for this pie include pumpkin pie filling, nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, whole milk mozzarella, with dollops of pumpkin spice added atop the cheese. For what it's worth, I did say Villa Fresh/Villa Italian Kitchen serves up the best pizza in any Jersey mall. So maybe there's hope yet for that pumpkin spice pizza. Villa Italian Kitchen, headquartered in Morristown, has 300 locations in 38 states and six countries. New Jersey locations include Edison, Blackwood, Tinton Falls, Newark and Newark-Liberty International Airport. http://www.nj.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2017/09/pumpkin_spice_pizza_new_jersey-based_chain_introdu.html
  13. False Prophecy: Sept. 23rd

    He is talking about these modern false prophecies and false prophets.
  14. Noahs Ark

    The truth is that if we think it through, there should not be a Noah's Ark to be found. It is more than likely, that after they left the ark, there would have have been, at least for a while, a lack of resources. Ham, Shem and Japeth likely did not leave immediately, but raised families and the ark would have been cannibalized for resources such as timber for building homes, for cooking fires and other utility purposes. I am sure the Lord, in His compassionate wisdom also made it possible for them to find animals and vegetation to eat. But just applying a little critical thinking would tell us that looking for the ark is fool's errand. There is a good reason for God making sure that ancient relics are never found, like the Ark of the Covenant, the ashes of the red heifer, or why we cannot be sure of the true Mt. Calvary or the true garden tomb. He knows that unregenerate human nature makes idols out of such things. It's why we don't know where Moses was buried. Can you imagine the shrines that would be built and the pilgrimages made to that location if it were known?
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