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A lot of the followers of Dispensationalism do not even realize where this philosophy comes from.
Three years earlier, in 1827, an Irish man named John Nelson Darby (Freemason) living in England developed a new system of interpretation of ancient Biblical prophecies resulting in the teaching of a physical kingdom of God on earth to be ruled by religious Jews.
Originally posted by arpgme
And The Serpent, The Snake is an idea stolen from ancient religion and put into The Bible. It represents the spiritual Kundalini in Hinduism, way OLDER than Christian which proves that it was stolen from there...
Even more, the story of Adam and Eve was stolen from Sumerian Text.
And Noah's Arc was stolen from Epic Of Gilgamesh.
Originally posted by Starchild23
Third...Well, how about Lilith? You know, the woman who is mysteriously missing from the Adam and Eve sorry?
I've always been curious about that little omission...it's always the stuff we're not told that interests me.
Anybody know anything about that part of the tale?edit on CFridayam010155f55America/Chicago27 by Starchild23 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by hawk123
Originally posted by autowrench
reply to post by NOTurTypical
I invited you hear because you stated to me that you could in fact refute anything I said against the Bible. That challenge inspired this research. I appreciate that in itself. Care to throw out a new challenge?
So, let's see your evidence, proof, please? I say the KJV Bible was edited by a Rosicrucian named Francis Bacon. Can you offer anything to prove me wrong, or to prove the theory flawed?
I thought you may like to discuss the facts I presented here, instead of attempting to take the topic off on a tangent of physics. From your own Profile, under "Stuff I Don't Like:"
"Nothing. I don't hate".
Let's see it then.
Indeed. PSALM 46 is the KEY. From the end of the bible to PSALM 46 are 666 books
Psalm 46 was famous by Shakespeare and Martin Luther.
Burbank Lodge (See page 10)
edit on 26-4-2012 by hawk123 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by SimonPeter
Has anyone heard from AUTOWRENCH ?
Originally posted by SimonPeter
reply to post by autowrench
Deleted my butt ! It is a reasonable question . You have rejected the Book of Life for your own reasons and basically called people who do believe in God a bunch of weak minded nuts beyond the comprehension of sound judgement . Where did life begin and how exactly ? How did life begin considering DNA does not assimilate randomly outside of a living cell and is the building block for every living cell . Abiogenises should be your argument but that doesn't answer the question it's only a catch phrase .
The bible offers an answer for your existence . Most assuredly we could not understand the full explanation of the creation of life . Even now mans grasp of the human anatomy is limited . But I am sure that you have an alternate answer to that real question . Maybe you don't care how life began here on earth . A lot of people don't , their main question is who drank all the beer.
If you try to debunk the biblical account of life have proof . The beginning of life on this earth and how it happened is the real question . If you can't explain how it happened what makes you so sure you have looked far enough into the matter to have a valid opinion on the bible?
Where heat and cold met appeared thawing drops, and this running fluid grew into a giant frost ogre named Ymir.
Ymir slept, falling into a sweat. Under his left arm there grew a man and a woman. And one of his legs begot a son with the other. This was the beginning of the frost ogres.
Thawing frost then became a cow called Audhumla. Four rivers of milk ran from her teats, and she fed Ymir.
The cow licked salty ice blocks. After one day of licking, she freed a man's hair from the ice. After two days, his head appeared. On the third day the whole man was there. His name was Buri, and he was tall, strong, and handsome.