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Posted Jul 8, '13 at 5:11am

partydevil

partydevil

5,268 posts

I am intrigued; do share your pearls of wisdom.


your banned - forum games.
5 year old, 1.2kk views, almost 39k comments.
 

Posted Jul 8, '13 at 9:00am

MageGrayWolf

MageGrayWolf

9,802 posts

Knight

I swear this thread has resurrected from the dead more times than Jesus.

 

Posted Jul 8, '13 at 11:41am

Wyrzen

Wyrzen

327 posts

Good grief. That's purty old.

I swear this thread has resurrected from the dead more times than Jesus.


Well I mean, considering that it was only once...

>.>
 

Posted Jul 20, '13 at 4:42pm

hezdog

hezdog

145 posts

lol mage

 

Posted Jul 22, '13 at 1:29am

Alexander116

Alexander116

110 posts

[quote]I swear this thread has resurrected from the dead more times than Jesus

This literally made me lol

 

Posted Jul 31, '13 at 2:33pm

mbbs112

mbbs112

196 posts

What's to even talk about here anymore?

 

Posted Jul 31, '13 at 2:52pm

EmperorPalpatine

EmperorPalpatine

9,475 posts

Not really,It is said in history that even after 600 years the Quran remains unchanged from its original pretext so no

The problem lies in written word and how just about every word means something slightly different between any two people. Example: toaster. Most think of an object with places to cook bread, but specifics are varied. # of slots? Dial or digital? Slot thickness? Outer color? Unless you know exactly what the author was thinking of, there will be differences. Add hundreds/thousands of years of trying to pass down what the words mean to all adherents, and we've got billions of individual interpretations. Even if it was never translated or altered, by what basis would you know that the words in Arabic mean exactly what it meant when it was written? Your thoughts on the word itself would differ from the meaning of the author.
 

Posted Aug 1, '13 at 5:01pm

danielo

danielo

1,759 posts

And lets not even include all the translation from a translation of a translation of the origin. Just be sure that thd writer of the bible didnt knew english, or latin,or greek, or aremite. And even the hebrew one is largly base pn stories from ear to ear and political issues and accidents.

 

Posted Jan 10, '14 at 6:13pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

9,948 posts

Evidently, given the events happening in "Will Christianity Die out?" Thread, it might be time to bring this back to life so we do not detract from that thread..

To restate lessons we have learned over the past few months:
Steve-ism is right, agnosticism is alright, and I still owe HahiHa a story.

 

Posted Jan 10, '14 at 11:44pm

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

9,948 posts

Ugh, this is the ORIGINAL bible quote. Again, not a new, protestant one.
http://www.biblestudytools.com/rhe/deuteronomy/passage.aspx?q=deuteronomy+22:13;deuteronomy+22:19;deuteronomy+22:28-29

And i'm out, i forgot how stubborn you all are.


Ok, let's throw out the rape one. What about the plethora of other rules not followed?
 
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