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Just because gay folk can get married I expect more religious doom porn nonsense.
Yea, you don't seem worried either. Or nervous.
Just remember an insurance policy is only good
when accepted before a crash. Get yours for free now.
It's the best insurance out there if you really need to think
of it that way.
It's really nice to have no worries too. No nervousness
think'n you might of missed out and end up with a sucky life all
shortened to #### by an evil that absolutely hates you beyond
all that you've ever known.
Who wouldn't want to say good bye to this
####hole Buzzy? This is where I ask you for the first time sweetheart.
Come with us to where you only be loved. What's so bad about that?
originally posted by: beezzer
I once upset a great member here (sorry, Cuervo) for imagining that God was a small bunny sitting on top of a hill, looking down at all that man has wrought, and contemplating eating a poisonous berry from a bush in front of it.
I hope He is still just contemplating.
originally posted by: beezzer
a reply to: ketsuko
Did I get that from a book?
(I'm an avid reader, so I don't doubt you)
CHAPTER 3 THE CHRIST OF PROPHECY Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me - John 5:39. THE WORD "Scriptures" in this passage refers to the Old Testament. Christ is saying that in the Old Testament we will find the prophecies referring to Himself. It is therefore in these prophecies, and their fulfillment, that we may look if we wish to find evidence that Christ is the Messiah, the Son of God, the saviour of mankind, and everything else which was prophesied of Him, and which He claimed to be. If we find these prophecies to be fulfilled in Christ, we will establish not only that Christ is the Messiah predicted in the Old Testament, but that those prophecies were given by God Himself. For if they were not given by God, no man would have fulfilled any number of them, as will be evident later in this chapter.
It's long been regarded as pseudo-science or simple lore, but precognition – that is, the ability to not just predict but to actually perceive the future – is getting a fair shake in some scientific circles lately. A research paper titled Feeling the Future from Cornell Professor Daryl Bem shows some statistically significant results coming from a series of experiments empirically testing the human mind powers of premonition and precognition. If his results are replicated elsewhere, it may change the way researchers look at the brain, its perception of time, and exactly what its limitations are.
Essentially, the scientists showed that future actions may influence past events, at least when it comes to the messy, mind-bending world of quantum physics.