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a world flood is a world flood, doesn't matter if the world was smaller back then. There is 0 evidence of a world flood.
originally posted by: ParanoidAmerican
a reply to: knoledgeispower
You must remember the 'world' was a lot Smaller than what we know today, also 40 days and 40 nights is just like saying 'It's rained for days' or 'It's been forever and a day'....not literal. There is also ample evidence of massive floods in that region especially. New Last Year
originally posted by: rickymouse
Why in the hell would god desire to have a perfect man crucified.
“The purpose of Jesus’ death on the cross wasn't to provide fire insurance or an all-expenses-paid trip to heaven. He died and rose again so we could be made new. So we wouldn't have to stay in our trespasses and sins, tangled up by our emotions, hurts, and past disappointments. He did it so we could be ‘transformed into his likeness,’ Paul says in 2 Corinthians 3:18. No longer must we hide behind a veil of shame. Instead, with ‘unveiled faces’ we ‘reflect the Lord’s glory … with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord.” Don't be conformed to this world, Paul tells us in Romans 12, but be transformed.
The Greek word for it is metamorphoo, from which we get our word metamorphose, meaning to be transfigured or changed. It is the same word used to describe what happened to Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration. Transformation. We can experience it as well. All we have to do is be teachable. Jesus will change us. All we have to do is lay down our old lives --- and he'll make them new. You see, Jesus didn't come to make bad people better. He came to transform us into something entirely new. p 151
“The laminin protein molecule is the major component that makes up the extracellular matrix which is also called the basement membrane. These are the sheets of protein that form the substrate of all internal organs. Laminin assist in cell adhesion and binds other extracellular matrix components together.” [Laminin Molecules Hold Us Together] The word ‘matrix’ traces back to the Hebrew word ??? ‘ema’ which means mother and comes from the root word ?? ‘em’ which means ‘glue’. Matrix is also etymologically connected to the word ‘madrigal.’ littleguyintheeye.wordpress.com...