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В основном заинтересованы в корпоративных мобильных интеграции.


Sep
6
comment Christian Literature In the format of Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress
And avatar is boring any which way. An expensive, over hyped movie, made only as an excuse to show off some over the top CGI.
Sep
6
comment Christian Literature In the format of Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress
I don't know classical but have you tried The God Hater? The Book of God: The Bible as a Novel is also good.
Sep
6
comment Do Fetuses have souls? Is the aquisition of a soul instantenous or continuous?
"I think I have committed worse sins than abortion and murder" I doubt that. Unless you somehow forgot your wife's birthday.
Sep
6
comment Do Fetuses have souls? Is the aquisition of a soul instantenous or continuous?
A bad example is actually worse than no example at all. I could also point out the prophet sent to Jeroboam who died only for eating bread when he wan't supposed to. If you read the entire account of David you'll see that he had to pay dearly for his sin. And if by that account you argue that it is a general pattern then why did God give the Mosiac law to not let a murderer live?
Sep
6
comment Do Fetuses have souls? Is the aquisition of a soul instantenous or continuous?
-1 Wonderful answer except that last part where you try to make your answer politically correct. "her sin is no greater than the sins we have all committed". Really bro? Could I just go out and commit a murder in cold blood and then ask for forgiveness? If she didn't know Christ then we can hope for forgiveness. If she was a Christian and already knew that it was a sin then it makes a whole lot of difference. Hebrews 10:26 "if we sin willfully after we have gained a full knowledge of the Truth, there can be no further sacrifice for sin"
Sep
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comment Do Fetuses have souls? Is the aquisition of a soul instantenous or continuous?
@DavidStratton Amen brother.
Aug
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comment Is there a connection between 666 and Solomon?
@kurosch It could've just been written that Solomon received a lot of money. But it doesn't say lot of money. Bible specifically quotes a number and repeats it twice. Secondly, did anyone read my comment above? A random coincidence defies the mathematics. Choose a 3 digit number in your head. What is the probability that it's the same I've chosen in my head? 0.1%
Aug
28
comment Is there a connection between 666 and Solomon?
@DanAndrews Numerology?? Seriously bro?
Aug
28
comment Is there a connection between 666 and Solomon?
@AffableGeek Doesn't seem likely. 1. The Bible is interconnected in many other places. Such as gospels quoting the Old testament etc. 2. Random coincidences do not occur like that. In a country if two people die at the same time by the same kind of weapon it probably is coincidence. If that happens in same neighborhood you'd expect some sort of connection. Talking in terms of probability, the size of domain/sample space matters.
Aug
28
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Aug
28
comment Why did Christianity survive at all?
@Narian Well you can still say E. V. E. Or evening - ning ;)
Aug
28
comment Why did Christianity survive at all?
@Jay Agreed. Every fourth grader should know that. So that would be an oversimplification indeed. I would rather discuss the space time distortion or exchange of gravitons as a reason. Let's grow up to eat meat and not stay infants on milk. Hebrews 5:12-15
Aug
27
comment Why did Christianity survive at all?
@AffableGeek I love speculation and gossips. Just bring it on. ;)
Aug
27
comment Why did Christianity survive at all?
@AffableGeek You wanna take a stab at it? I'd love to read what you have to say.
Aug
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Aug
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comment Why did Christianity survive at all?
@anon Brilliant answer!!
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Aug
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comment Why did Christianity survive at all?
@SanJacinto Let me explain. I'm not against Biblical answers. I'm just against oversimplifications and thought terminating clichés. When someone just says it's God's will that leaves little room for discussion and can be applied to almost any question about Christianity. I'll be perfectly happy accepting a theological answer that does not just state the obvious and shows some research effort. In fact I intend to offer a bounty of 250 points on the best one.
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