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joshua tree
Apr 9, 2014 - 12:56am PT
Nice post Nut!
"Every mind belongs to God," within the context of believing your own version of God, is basically a declaration of war. It is a mandate that others peacefully accept your wisdom and way of thinking, or else.... And history shows us many times over what comprises the "or else" part.

I concede to ur point. If you don't believe in a Creator, maybe you think you and your mind are a product without intention? Or maybe you have some other enlightenment? My point was merely a creative inspired impulse based on personal experience. You know, freedom of speech. I still don't understand how people can wage war over talk? Oh yea, hate.

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great white north
Apr 13, 2014 - 12:28am PT
Why creationists hate Tiktaalik
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Gym climber
Apr 27, 2014 - 01:39pm PT
Anybody watching Orphan Black?

Science fiction. Human cloning. Moral implications.

They're portraying Christians as crazy batshit freaks.

Social climber
joshua tree
Apr 27, 2014 - 02:21pm PT
^^^ Sorry Fruity
We're not so much into science fiction as you seem to be.

We're into what's REAL LIFE!

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Is that light the end of the tunnel or a train?
May 7, 2014 - 04:36pm PT

1500 year-old ‘ Syriac ‘ Bible found in Ankara, Turkey : Vatican in shock !

Ancient Bible in Aramaic dialected Syriac rediscovered in Turkey
The relic was ‘rediscovered’ in the depositum of Ankaran Justice Palace, the ancient version of bible is believed to be written in Syriac, a dialect of the native language of Jesus.

Ankara / Turkey – The bible was already in custody of Turkish authorities after having been seized in 2000 in an operation in Mediterranean area in Turkey. The gang of smugglers had been charged with smuggling antiquities, illegal excavations and the possession of explosives and went to trial. Turkish police testified in a court hearing they believe the manuscript in the bible could be about 1500 to 2000 years old.After waiting eight years in Ankara the ancient bible is being transferred to the Ankaran Ethnography Museum with a police escort.

Ancient Bible will be shown in Ankaran Ethnography Museum

The bible, whose copies are valued around 3-4 Mil. Dollars had been transferred to Ankara for safety reasons, since no owners of the ancient relic could be found.

The manuscript carries excerpts of the Bible written in gold lettering on leather and loosely strung together, with lines of Syriac script with Aramaic dialect. Turkish authorities express the bible is a cultural asset and should be protected for being worthy of a museum.

Ancient Bible in Aramaic dialected Syriac rediscovered in Turkey

Syriac is a dialect of Aramaic – the native language of Jesus – once spoken across much of the Middle East and Central Asia. It is used wherever there are Syrian Christians and still survives in the Syrian Orthodox Church in India and a village in the vicinity of Syrian capital Damascus. Aramaic is also still used in religious rituals of Maronite Christians in Cyprus.

Experts were however divided over the provenance of the manuscript, and whether it was an original, which would render it priceless, or a fake. Other questions surround the discovery of the ancient bible, whether the smugglers had had other copies of the relic or had smuggled them from Turkey.

Vatican eyes the faith of the ancient relic

The Vatican reportedly placed an official request to examine the scripture, which was written on pages made of animal hide in the Aramaic language using the Syriac alphabet.

The copy of the ancient Bible is valued as high as 40 million Turkish Liras ( 28 Mil. Dollars)

Apparently the Gospel of Barnabas claims Jesus wasn't crucified but ascended directly to heaven and that it was Judas who was actually crucified in his place.
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