depends on where. Kansas, meh. Abeline Texas, OHMYGODWEREGONNADIEYALL!!!!!!!!!
Yes, that's how statistics work, hud. Didn't realize you need more math lessons.
Unbelievable.! These so-called "mythicists" are the only people whose opinions matter. Asking a believing Bible "scholar's" opinion is like asking a murderer to investigate his own crime and then be his own judge and jury. It's ludicrous! Again this is not a contemporary testimony and you know it. The desperation of your position is obvious.
This too ^^
EVERYone is crazy. We're all just crazy in different ways. The trick seems to be finding compatible craziness.
"I claimed that the universe is tuned, and I believe that God is the reason. I posted articles where the authors gave several scientific reasons to believe that the universe is tuned. Read them, they are not all opinion pieces...or don't, that's just fine too."
I believe it was a pagan fertility potion of some sort. The reasoning was, as I imagine,if you distilled some elements that are emblematic of fecundity - Mother's milk, any kind of baby - you could pour it on your crops and have a bountiful harvest. The heart of this Commandment is a ban on magic but to highlight this practice in particular and elevate it to The Tenth Commandment seems silly in retrospect. I don't even think the Jews who observe Kashrut have any idea about its origins.
NO, I did NOT misread. I deliberately said slow, because you obviously are slow to "get it."
I agree with Inpunity. I respect your views, Daniel and certainly appreciate the eloquence with which you speak. Thank you for taking the time to express your thoughts. ???????
That's what God wanted. He's God. Go argue with Him.
Please do. Just bring food and a flask.
How did you arrive at your idea?