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  1. Re: Afghanistan will return to civil war after 2014

    I also think the forces of tribalism and radical Islam will relatively quickly fill the power vacuum that will be left after 'you lot and us lot' leave.
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    Re: The case against arms control

    Oh, I forgot to mention:

    Murder and killing rates in England and Wales are at their lowest level since 1978, figures show.

    The Office for National Statistics confirmed 549 homicides were...
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    Re: The case against arms control

    Hi, Puma, I take it you are what might be referred to over here as a 'Redneck' - are you a fan of the NRA and its policies - and what kind of an armoury do you have?
  4. Re: Islam is not a religion, but a death cult of misogynistic pedophiles

    I think you will find that most all the violent stuff is OT and that the OT has aspects and biases that seem more to do with the politics of early Judaism, indeed even contentious to the Almighty:
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    Re: The case against arms control

    Hi, Squatch, hope things are hunky dory with you.

    When it comes to the damage guns can and do in the hands of 'we' humans - I ponder this question, I wonder {excluding combat], and pro rata, the...
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    Re: The case against arms control

    The video is a very baised work of 'faction' by an interest that is not interested in the wider and more inconvenient truth.

    I am a Brit. AND I am a Brit. who has been an armourer and knows his...
  7. Re: Historicity of the Bible (or the lack thereof)

    If you have only heard Apok mention such a 'take' on the Noah story, meet another Christian who is of like mind. Do you hail from the Deep South Bible Belt, 'coz that might explain things! Here...
  8. Re: Islam is not a religion, but a death cult of misogynistic pedophiles

    Michael - The Qur'an by itself is a very insubstantial text to cover what is in effect a very Political 'religion'/'cult'/whatever. The Qur'an does not fully cover even one of the 5 Pillars, you...
  9. Re: Islam is not a religion, but a death cult of misogynistic pedophiles

    Michael - The Qur'an by itself is a very insubstantial text to cover what is in effect a very Political 'religion'/'cult'/whatever. The Qur'an does not fully cover even one of the 5 Pillars, you...
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    Re: The beginning of the Universe

    Yes, I go along with your line of reasoning, there has got to be 'something' that always was and therefore always is and will be - the overseeing constant from which emerges directly and indirectly...
  11. Poll: Re: The Queen should stay and does more for Britain than anyone else.

    Kev - I suspect you know very well, much like myself, that all human designed forms of government are flawed in one degree or another.

    In the words of Rabbie Burns: 'The best-laid schemes o'...
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    Re: Truth is a person - Jesus Christ.

    As a believer in Jesus as being BOTH fully human and fully 'God' in nature, I still feel drawn to criticising the OP's contentions and claims as not being 'proven', at least in the 'eyes' of those...
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    Re: The beginning of the Universe

    For me anyway - 'logic' and 'rationality' dictates that there must be a point [somewhere, somehow] from which there was/is/will be an acaused 'prime mover'. That 'acaused prime mover' must have an...
  14. Re: Is There A Such Thing As Good And Bad Music?

    Is 'rap', music or cr*p - it certainly rhymes and scans better with the latter. :sly:
  15. Poll: Re: The Queen should stay and does more for Britain than anyone else.

    Is your name 'Australia'?

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    And you would probably moan like hell at the cost if she visited more often,...
  16. Re: Consciousness is an individual product of a biological organism

    Often the meaning and parameters of 'consciousness' seem to get mixed/muddled up with 'perception'. Perception is consciousness 'coloured' with added extras, such as genetic makeup, brain health...
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    Re: God versus Natural Selection

    Why the thread title - why must it be 'God vs Natural Selection'? Is it beyond God to set up 'creation'/fancy making that includes laws of natural selection and evolution? I personally reckon the...
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    Poll: Re: The Return: Jesus Turns Water Into Wine

    Just so - also the situational scenario recorded in 'the marriage feast at Cana' was totally different to the set up for that video.
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    Re: Where is in the brain?

    Aren't you getting the 'mind' mixed up with the organic/physical 'brain'?
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    Re: Happy Easter 2012!

    The Easter story is indeed intimately chronologically bound to the Passover. The Last Supper was the Passover Supper which Jesus and his followers, friends and relatives celebrated in much the...
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    Re: Worst President in US History

    Ah, which is the 'worst President in US history', decisions decisions - much like the question, which is the 'worst Prime Minister in UK history' - such a target rich enviroment, often economical...
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    Re: Bombing of Hiroshima...was MORAL

    I think we would all agree that it is impossible to wage war without casualties and indeed, miscalculations - afterall it is in the nature of humanity to be fallible - BUT like you have now...
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    Err, hum, yet another 'aside', 0001:
    arn't you limiting God's ability to create/make to the level of the way we humans do it, only? I thought that with few if any exceptions it was/is God that...
  24. Re: National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act of 2011...

    Yup; on the level of fighting the German nation as a whole though, Churchill had it about spot on.

    "In war, resolution: in defeat, defiance; in victory, magnanimity."
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    Re: The Existence of The Non-Existent

    Would the likes of the play 'Hamlet' continue to exist even as a concept without there being supporting physical entities/phenomena, such as brain/mind activity/memory and books and other forms of...
  26. Re: Baptism for the remission of sins is required for Salvation and to enter "the chu

    Gemini - Pardon my pedantism, but wasn't Christ's words to the 'Good Thief', "This day thou shalt be with Me in Paradise"? Since in His divine mode, Jesus could percieve the future, all He was...
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    Poll: Re: Science....what is it?

    Reference the poll question:

    I believe that 'science' encompases far more than the dimensions/states/realities that we as 'physical and temporal' beings are familiar with, that it is the limited...
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    Islam: Re: Is there something about Islam?

    The thrust of the difference between the 'validity'/'validation' of violence when it comes to Islam and Christianity is to look at the differences in the reported life and teachings of Muhammad and...
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    God: Re: On God's Existence: The Big Bang Argument

    Lirtossanya - Your entire premise is flawed IMHO, in as far as it relies on arguments based in physical temporality and the 'known' universe, which cannot have existed in its present dimensionalities...
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    Re: The Atheist's Cosmological Argument

    Squatch - Further to your last posting, from a Christian perspective God is indeed sovereign, but is also linked to 'His' creation/'super making' in as far as it is 'He' and 'He' only who...
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