Well, this entire thing is nonsense.
Quran 9:11 reads:
"But if they repent and keep up prayer and pay the poor-rate, they are your brethren in...
Hell, where do I sign up?!
The site is down now. Wonder if the whole thing wasn't just some kind of joke?
(The only real reference I've been able to find thus far. I'll keep...
First time I've ever heard anyone call the Bible too liberal.
The point he's trying to make seems to contradict itself.
It all comes off like, "Even though the Bible says X, it really doesn't mean X."
I hope there is something after death. For me, the idea of ceasing to exist when I die is terrifying.
No reason to insult the dead.
May they rest in peace.
Stunningly logical. I'd be hard pressed to find a single flaw in his thinking. :rolleyes:
From the Wikipedia article on the Black Stone.
According to Islamic tradition, the Stone fell from Heaven to show Adam and Eve where to build an...
What about Cain's wife? The Bible says that, after Cain was sent away, he went to a land in the east and took a wife. Where'd she come from?
In Dante's Inferno the types of punishment get worse the farther down you go.
Read this before. It's a good example of a straw man argument but a lousy lesson in theology :D
:) No worries
From an Aramaic lexicon (note the word numbers and definitions are the same as the interlinear entry in the post above)
From an interlinear greek translation:
The Strongs concordance entry for...
I do not believe the translators are wrong.
The Aramaic word used is "Ama" which means "nations" in the sense of "races of people".
The Greek word...
Yes, but the Aramaic word used there is "Ama" which means basically the same thing as ethnos, nations in the sense of race.
I split this off from the "Death to Apostates (?)" thread because it was an interesting discussion but really had nothing to do with the OT.
Except the greek term used in Matthew 28 is "ethnos" which does not mean nation in the sense of countries but nation in the sense of race. The usage...
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