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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultimate Fist View Post
    I think he's referring the Jewish claim that they are the only people bound by the law and the rest of the earth only has to follow basic morality.
    if you trying to speak for me, this is not what i'm saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charging Soldier View Post
    What are you contributing here? Nothing. I gave my perspective on som scriptures, and you get emotional. Don't start that emo thug shit again. Grow up from your adolecent mind set, and start making your own conclusions.
    Son, I contribute more than you just by wakin' up in the morning. Like I said, if I see somethin' that's flat out stupid, I'm gonna speak on it. Call it what you want, just know who started cussin first before you start talkin' that 'emotional' crap, because in truth, you're the one who's all butt-hurt in this equasion. On that note, you'll henceforth be ignored until you manage to say something worth responding to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Unseen View Post
    On the interpretation bit, doesn't everyone do that to atleast some extent? For instance, I believe that theory of evolution shows proof of its actuality, yet would seem to disagree with what's stated in the Bible. I, however, take it to be an extremely condensed version of what really happened and realize the necessary reasons on why it presented as such.

    That would be an interpretation, yes?
    Yes indeed. The difference here being that your interpretation actually makes sense. People tend to think that because it's a possibility, that it's automatically profound. It's a possibility that man descended from apes, but it's been proven to be a running gag. There's nothing different about this really. Interpretation is supposed to be the ability to further break down the meaning of something, either by ideas or living examples. It's not supposed to be you changing the whole thing. That's exactly why we have inummerable versions of The Bible right now, because people did what they felt like doing and no one stepped up to call 'em on their s**t. That's all.
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    OK hold up UJ, let me be honest with you......

    The reason your a bitch:

    I never siad anything thats stands in judgement of christianity, the bible, or any other religion for that matter. If you interpreted somthing I siad in that manner, please post a link and i'll explain myself or even apologize.

    Every time I post in one of these bible threads, your bitch ass comes crawling out, and you start whining around:

    "Your stupid, because you worship drunk gods, and I know you worship drunk gods, because indians are drunks and that's why you worship drunk gods. And you don't read the bible, but I do, so that makes me smart because my mommy siad so."

    Then, when confronted with the facts, your period starts up again:

    "God wrote the bible because I'm on my period, and my tampons soaked again, and that's why I know."

    Doesn't the bible say turn the other cheek?

    Well turn the other cheek and let me dick slap that next you little bitch.

    I'm just really bored at work today. PEACE!

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    What happened to the "peace" you were blah blah blabbering about?

    What's up with the homo talk? Dick slapping another man, whoa!!! Real men don't talk that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Man View Post
    What happened to the "peace" you were blah blah blabbering about?

    What's up with the homo talk? Dick slapping another man, whoa!!! Real men don't talk that way.
    Really? You mean Urban Journalz is really a man? Damn, with the way she was talking to me, I could of swore she was mouthy little bitch on her period.

    You never can tell on the internet, just who is who. Honestly I can't tell gender from just reading a bunch of yellow letters. That must be a super power I have yet to develop.


    And that peace talk. Yeah, I use that term a lot, usually when I start out I try and treat others with respect, but when people don't treat me with the same- they get what they're asking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Man View Post
    What happened to the "peace" you were blah blah blabbering about?

    What's up with the homo talk? Dick slapping another man, whoa!!! Real men don't talk that way.
    Don't be surprised. Real men don't deliberately continue to bitch after they've been ignored, nor do they start completely new threads for the sake of bitching at the one that pissed them off in a previous one. Don't mind him, he's simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUNNY WINTERS View Post
    A THREAD DEDICATED TO THE STUDY OF THE BIBLE

    WHERE EACH SCRIPTURE IS READ THOUROUGHLY

    AND EXAMINED BY EACH PARTICIPANT

    EACH PARTICIPANT IS TO EXPRESS WHAT IT IS THAT THEY SEE IN EACH SCRIPTURE

    THIS IS TO BRING AN UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN EACH PARTICIPANT IN THE COMMUNITY, AND TO DEAD THE RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL BEEFS.

    IT CAN WORK WELL IF WE ALL KEEP IT FRESH CLEAN AND CIVILIZED




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    Enter the Enamu Elish:

    TABLET I

    WHEN on high the Heavens had not been named,
    Firm ground below had not been called by name,
    Nothing but ‘Primordial Apsu’ the Begetter, [Fresh Water]
    and ‘Mummu Tiamat’, She Who Bore them All, [Salt Water]
    –their waters commingling as a single body–

    No reed hut had been matted, no marsh land had appeared,
    Uncalled by name, their destinies undetermined–

    THEN it was that the Gods were formed within Them.

    Lahmu [‘mud’] and Lahamu [‘Mrs. Mud’] were brought forth,
    by name they were called
    Before they had grown in age and stature.

    Anshar [‘Upper Firmament’] and Kishar [‘Lower Firmament’] were
    formed,
    surpassing the others.
    They prolonged the days, added on the years.

    Anu was their heir, the rival of his fathers;
    Yes, Anu, Anshar’s first-born, was his equal.

    He begot in his image Nudimmud [ Ea ].
    This Nudimmud was the master of his fathers;
    Of broad wisdom, understanding, mighty in strength,
    Mightier by far than his grandfather Anshar.
    He had no rival among the gods, his brothers.

    The divine brothers banded together,
    They disturbed Tiamat as the surged back and forth,
    Yes, they troubled the mood of Tiamat
    By their hilarity in the Abode of Heaven.
    Apsu could not lessen their clamor
    And Tiamat was speechless at their ways.
    Their doings were loathsome to [ ].
    Unsavory were their ways; they were overbearing.

    Then Apsu, the Begetter of the Great Gods,
    Cried out, addressing Mummu his Vizier:
    "O Mummu, my Vizier, who makes my spirit rejoice,
    Come hither and let us go to Tiamat!"
    They went and sat down before Tiamat,
    Exchanging counsel about the gods, their children.
    Apsu, opening his mouth, said to Resplendent Tiamat:
    "Their ways are truly loathsome to me,
    By day I find no relief, nor sleep at night.
    I will destroy, I will wreck their ways,
    So that quiet may be restored. Let us have rest!"
    As soon as Tiamat heard this,
    She was angry and called out to her husband;
    she cried out aggrieved as she raged all alone,
    Injecting woe into her mood:
    "What? Should we destroy that which we have built?
    Their ways indeed are most troublesome, but let us attend kindly!"
    Then answered Mummu, giving counsel to Apsu;
    Ill-wishing and ungracious was Mummu’s advice:

    "Do destroy, my father, the mutinous ways.
    Then you will have relief by day and rest at night!"
    When Apsu heard this, his face grew radiant
    Because of the evil he planned against the gods his sons.
    As for Mummu, he embraced him by the neck
    As he sat down on his knees to kiss him.
    Now all that they had planned between them was
    repeated to the Gods, their children.
    When the Gods heard, they were upset,
    then they lapsed into silence and remained speechless.
    Ea-Nuddimud, surpassing in wisdom, accomplished, resourceful,
    Ea the All-Wise, saw through their scheme.
    A master design against it he devised and set up,
    Made artful his spell against it...
    ...–Having fettered Apsu he slew him...

    [Tiamat appoints Kingu to be her champion to avenge Apsu and
    conquer the Younger Gods. The Younger Gods respond by
    deciding to seek their own leader and Champion.]...
    This is what was the source of the Torah. Along with elements of the Mahabharata.

    ﴿†﴾ lıʌǝp ǝɥʇ ƃuıǝǝs uǝɥʇ ǝsɹoʍ sı lıʌǝp ǝɥʇ ʇnoqɐ ƃuıʞuıɥʇ ﴿†﴾

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    ^^^^Prove it. Because with that, you're saying that Moses (pbuh) was never called to Mt. Sinai, never recieved The 10 Commandments, etc. So please, if you have any tangible evidence to back this claim, bring it forth. I'm tired of all of these "this is what REALLY happened" claims, with nothing but a few words and the poster's flight from what's more widely accepted.
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    "Let freedom ring with a buckshot - but not just yet- first we truly need to undertstand the nature of the threat..."

    ﴿†﴾ lıʌǝp ǝɥʇ ƃuıǝǝs uǝɥʇ ǝsɹoʍ sı lıʌǝp ǝɥʇ ʇnoqɐ ƃuıʞuıɥʇ ﴿†﴾

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    You fool Urbanz- the Enamu Elish describes an event where a planet comes to our solar system. Destroys the ancient Earth(Tiamat). All of her waters were lost when one of Niburu's/Marduk's moons collided with the earth. Comets in this solar system are water from that ancient planet. The moon from Niburu that collided with the earth is now our moon.

    Evidence of this is apparent in the Pacific ring of fire. The hammered bracelet of our solar system is the other clue. Another clue is the return of the Dragon/Niburu/Marduk as accounted by all of the worlds aboriginal people.

    No offence - but the white man is not an original member of this planet. The white man was not around in the beginning.

    The hammered bracelet happens to be another planet destroyed by Niburu/Marduk. The Earth/Tiamat used to be where Mars is- Mars where the destroyed planet was.

    ﴿†﴾ lıʌǝp ǝɥʇ ƃuıǝǝs uǝɥʇ ǝsɹoʍ sı lıʌǝp ǝɥʇ ʇnoqɐ ƃuıʞuıɥʇ ﴿†﴾

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    ^^^I'll take that as a "NO".
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    The beginning of the Torah is an Anunnaki assessment of the damage from that impact and the work done to repair the earth. Something that took a long ass time.

    ﴿†﴾ lıʌǝp ǝɥʇ ƃuıǝǝs uǝɥʇ ǝsɹoʍ sı lıʌǝp ǝɥʇ ʇnoqɐ ƃuıʞuıɥʇ ﴿†﴾

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    Quote Originally Posted by V4D3R View Post
    The beginning of the Torah is an Anunnaki assessment of the damage from that impact and the work done to repair the earth. Something that took a long ass time.

    Of course it did.
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