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Originally posted by VinceP1974
Originally posted by john124
You have misunderstood the uncertainty principle or you have learnt a bull# modified pseudo-scientific version from your pseudo-physics peers.
[edit on 17-8-2009 by john124]
I said it could, I didn't say it would. There's no way to prove or disprove it. Your quick defensive impulse to start heaping out the insults is exactly that of someone who wants to convince himself of something.
if we were to suddenly get wiped out would the universe collapse into nothingness because of our sudden demise? I highly doubt it.
If the universe had no observers it could very well collapse.
586 BC - This excerpt explains why Jeremiah is known as the "weeping prophet." Ministering at the worst time in Judah's history, he was under house arrest during the fall of Jerusalem at the hands of the Babylonians in 586 BC (Jeremiah 38:28)
586 BC - The Irish record ties in with the biblical account, which tells us what had happened before then. Jerusalem was destroyed in 586 BC, the temple was robbed and demolished, and King Zedekiah died in Babylonian captivity ( JEREMIAH 52:11 )
Humans are special since so far we're the only thing like ourselves in that vast space you refer to. If one were using the scientific method then one would be hesitant to state what you do with such finality. Why is it that so many of you immature knee-jerk scientismists argue things in such antiscientific ways?
Originally posted by Not Authorized
reply to post by CanadianDream420
I first heard this with Chuck Missler. It's a widely known theory for us that study eschatology and is nothing new.
Fascinating none the less.
British and Danish... now divide the words and you have brit and ish and you have dan and ish..... ISH MEANS MAN.... BRIT MEANS COVENANT so you have covenant man and the men of Dan or the Tribe of Dan. Ireland used to be called Jews Land the IRE is actually a reference to Jeremiah.
While British Israelism is untrue, it is not without peril. One of its most persistent dangers is the ease with which it justifies and fosters racial pride and prejudice. The supposed supremacy of the Anglo-Saxon race is used as further proof that they are the lost ten tribes—a chosen people. A rather horrible example of this racism is found in W.A. Redding's book, The Millennial Kingdom:
Originally posted by RING0
If the Bible really does accurately predict the future, that does not bode well for Christianity, if God has accurate knowledge of the the future, that is bothersome evidence that humanity has no free will, that our courses and destinies are preordained by God. That would mean that murderers and rapists were destined to do these acts by the almighty himself, therefore any punishment by us could possibly be a contradiction to Gods will. I don't believe the Bible to be written by any God, but for those who do believe it to be the literal words of the Lord, there seems to be a contradiction.
Originally posted by CanadianDream420
1st time Israel was conquered by Babylon. They were freed again after 70 years as predicted by Jeremiah.. a Prophet.
Actually, Israel was conquered by Assyria. The Southern Kingdom (after the split after Solomon's death), called Judea (whose capital was Jerusalem) was conquered by Babylon.
Originally posted by EvolvedMinistry
Agreed. I have tried to have the same conversation with many Christians before, but, they don't seem to understand that the mere act of being omniscient erases the idea of free will altogether. In essence, God would be creating a being for the specific purpose of damning them or accepting them into heaven based on God's own prerequisites and specifications.
Originally posted by Hanzilla
S+F Very Interesting. I have always been strangely interested with the mysteries of the bible even though I am not christian, but a Christ follower.
Originally posted by LatentElement
CanadianDream420 – (Oh, 420 ... I get it. Green minded, are ya?)
Originally posted by thoughtplacebo
reply to post by CanadianDream420
A Smashing Pumpkins fan I see. Nice shirt.