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  1. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    I'm not laughing at the matter itself. Your earlier post had some credence until I got to this part: Any time I see someone type out something like you wrote above, I know that I am dealing with someone who has some credibility issues. I do not see any mention in your post that Congress backed the resolution for the second war in Iraq, therefore, it was legal, whether you believe it to be so or not. I was not a G.W. Bush supporter, and I did not support that war, but to say that we went into Iraq the second time illegally is always non-factual. Once you toss facts out the window, anything you say after that has no validity.
  2. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    You make me laugh.
  3. I’ve played that game before. It was not fun then and since it is obvious from this thread that the game has not been improved or updated at all, it would not be fun now. Facts are greeted with conspiracy “It might have been thermate, It might have been a missile, planes can’t fly close to the ground . . .” Blah. Blah. Blah. Always half-baked hypothesis with no actual facts. Much like this B-25 red herring. A B-25 is less than half the size of a 767. It carries way less fuel than a 767. It has a much lower top speed. And this particular B-25 was flying at much less than it’s possible top speed because it was flying around downtown New York in dense fog. The Empire State Building is constructed completely differently than the World Trade Centers were. The B-25 hit the building much higher up, in relation to the buildings height than the planes that hit the Twin Towers did. The B-25 caused no structural damage to the building and the fire was under control in 40 minutes. So much for any B-25 - 9/11 parallels, of which there are none. As an aside, that is perhaps the worst example one could try and dredge up to use as some kind of premise that since the Empire State Building did not fall when a plane hit it, that the twin Towers would not have either. The longer the conspiracy theory goes on, the more ridiculous the claims become.
  4. I’ve played that game before. It was not fun then and since it is obvious from this thread that the game has not been improved or updated at all, it would not be fun now. Facts are greeted with conspiracy “It might have been thermate, It might have been a missile, planes can’t fly close to the ground . . .” Blah. Blah. Blah. Always half-baked hypothesis with no actual facts. Much like this B-25 red herring. A B-25 is less than half the size of a 767. It carries way less fuel than a 767. It has a much lower top speed. And this particular B-25 was flying at much less than it’s possible top speed because it was flying around downtown New York in dense fog. The Empire State Building is constructed completely differently than the World Trade Centers were. The B-25 hit the building much higher up, in relation to the buildings height than the planes that hit the Twin Towers did. The B-25 caused no structural damage to the building and the fire was under control in 40 minutes. So much for any B-25 - 9/11 parallels, of which there are none. As an aside, that is perhaps the worst example one could try and dredge up to use as some kind of premise that since the Empire State Building did not fall when a plane hit it, that the twin Towers would not have either. The longer the conspiracy theory goes on, the more ridiculous the claims become.
  5. The Return of the Nephilim

    I don't know why you are saying I am disputing the Bible, because I am not. That is a false charge that needs to be retracted. Somebody said some of the Nephilim survived the Flood. The only way any Nephilim could have survived the Flood is if they were on the Ark. All other life on the Earth was destroyed. The Nephilim in the Holy Land after the Flood had to come into existence the same way they did before the Flood, which is exactly what the verse you posted above says.
  6. I see we are back to the bogus "9/11 was an inside job" fallacy again. Talk about flogging a dead horse.
  7. Is there any arguments (Besides the bible) against Gay Rights?

    Every time you insult someone, I will report you. I am not bashing you. You are the one acting superior and insulting people when it is pointed out that you are not actually keeping the Sabbath while telling people . . . that they should keep the Sabbath. As has already been explained: Anyone accepting Jesus as their Savior is keeping the Sabbath every single day, positionally. There is absolutely no doubt about that whatsoever. So your statement that I "only believe in following 9 of the commandments" is patently bogus. You are not keeping the Sabbath in the way you claim to be keeping it. You are staying home on Saturday which does not meet the biblical requirements once you chain yourself to the Law. And by thinking you are keeping the Sabbath by boiling it down to a specific day, you get the whole package at no extra cost to you. If you are not bringing a sacrifice to the Temple twice on the Sabbath and every other time you are to bring a sacrifice, you are not keeping the Sabbath. You use the same bogus argument that others use, claiming that the Church views Sunday as a Sabbath replacement when it does not. It never has. In Christ, there is no longer any need to proclaim any one day of the week the Sabbath because all days are the Sabbath, not just one. We all rest from or labors every single day in Christ. I am not a Catholic, so bringing "papal Rome" into the mix is a non-starter.
  8. Stacey Dash - Liberal Hollywood is forcing segregation on us

    You should have seen the glaring problem with that logical fallacy before you even typed it out. The woman is not lecturing America about how stupid, or racist, or bigoted, or narrow-minded they are. She is pointing out the hypocrisy well-entrenched within her own industry. An industry that is full of blatant hypocrites that think they are so superior to the public that pays their bills that they can tell them how they should live their lives. The strategy is transparent and in reality, they are slowly killing their own industry, one pompous, insulting speech at a time. Hollywood is yet another self-centered American icon that could disappear and a lot of people just won't care.
  9. Is there any arguments (Besides the bible) against Gay Rights?

    Why would it be necessary to insult people who disagree with you? Show me, scripturally, where God commanded anyone to keep the Sabbath until the Exodus. Show me where God commanded anyone outside of Israel to keep the Sabbath. Show me where any of the Apostles commanded the Church to keep the Sabbath. Yours is not a very good feint. Yes, when you tell people to keep the commandments and then you fixate on the 4th one, you are telling people they have to keep the Sabbath. The problem with your logic is that you are not keeping it either. Since 70 AD, it has been physically impossible to keep the Sabbath according to the parameters that Mosaic Law says it must be kept according to. No one can keep the Sabbath without a Temple in Jerusalem and an operational Levitical Priesthood in that Temple. Just sitting home and singing and praying on Saturday does not meet the biblical requirements of "keeping" the Sabbath. The very moment you pin that observance on a day, you buy the whole package and you do not get to choose how you keep the Sabbath. You have to do so exactly as God commands.
  10. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    What you are attempting is using some kind of moral relevancy to make Muslim violence look not-so-bad when compared to violence you see as prevalent in America. That is extremely poor logic and actual undermines your continual insistence that Islam is not violent. If it were not violent, you would not try to point people in another direction. You would just defend Islam on it's own merits without dragging other items into the argument as a rabbit trail to lead away from the original point. The fact is, the only people who are killing themselves and others in the name of religion in America are the same ones who are doing it in other areas of the world: Islam. Islam is the Number One source of terrorism in the world. It is clear that you are a Muslim apologist, but copy & paste statistics do absolutely nothing to eradicate the fact that Muslims are killing people all over the world, right now, in the name of Allah. You do not seem to want to deal with that at all.
  11. Is there any arguments (Besides the bible) against Gay Rights?

    If you are telling people we need to keep the Sabbath, then you have a problem. Because what you describe above is not keeping the Sabbath.
  12. Ihop

    You can find stories of people who used to be members there, and it is not pretty stuff. It's just a differently packaged Charismatic/New Age/All About Feelings doctrine that is long on emotion and short on biblical truth. Contemplative prayer is one of the biggest mistakes you can make. Any time you see anyone selling contemplative prayer, you know you are dealing with bad doctrine.
  13. Ihop

    Research them online. Mike Bickle and IHOP are best avoided. It is more of a cult than anything else.
  14. Is there any arguments (Besides the bible) against Gay Rights?

    Then you should be able to explain to everyone in this thread exactly how you keep the Sabbath.
  15. The Return of the Nephilim

    Spidey senses tingling. Not one, but two posters pushing the Book of Enoch as if it out-weighed the importance of the Bible. I've seen people bring up the book before but not with so much unashamed devotion to it. One has to wonder about this sudden fascination with a book that has never before enjoyed so much attention or supposed validity until now . . .
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