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H. salminicola: Scientists discover first animal that doesn't breathe
Yet another example to show that the Bible is not a science book.
All the same, it's quite an amazing find and opens the possibility for life elsewhere in the universe even outside environments with oxygen atmospheres.
Nature itself is a lot more fascinating and amazing then running around with conceived religious beliefs.
I figured if some religious had their way, this information would have been suppressed.
According to Zoroastrian, Dharmic, and Abrahamic texts the final messenger comes to warn mankind of the forthcoming Judgement Day on mankind; then after there is world peace.
In each ideology there is a Final Battle, then a Holy Fire that comes from the sky to cleanse mankind, and then after an age of Godliness.
With many following made up ideas, that the Messiah is a savoir of mankind, instead of ultimately coming before the destruction - is there anyway to turn it around?
Is reality a sort of device he creates to stimulate his mind? Is the existence of all this meant to work toward the avoidance of his boredom, with just enough random color, thought, sound, emotion etc. in reality in order to engage the divine itself with something engaging? Consider why there are so many people, with each of them thinking a little differently from the next. Each of us has a unique perspective and life, and so to god above, all of these lives would represent different...
In the video David C. Pack says that Jesus will build the Kingdom of God on earth, but Jesus never said He was going to return to earth to build the Kingdom of God.
Those who know anything of the Bible know that Jesus never promised to return, not once in the New Testament. Jesus told His followers to pray for the Kingdom to come, and indicated that it will come because it is God’s Will.
Matthew 6:9-10 After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy...
I heard about this for the first time yesterday, someone mentioned it in a thread somewhere or other:
British Israelism - Wikipedia
I find it ridiculous for many reasons, I cannot believe people actually believed it
It sounds like a joke
Does anyone here believe the claims of British Israelism?
If some regime tried to seriously limit your religious liberty would you use violence against them? And by violence, I mean targeted lethal violence.
I would, as a matter of principle, even if it probably wouldn’t achieve much.
I think it’s a God-given right to defend with violence the freedom you have to practice your faith.
And by seriously limiting religious liberty I don’t mean (for example) not allowing Niqab to be worn in public or not allowing crucifixes to be displayed in the...
Flat earthers,never heard of this before,well I knew people in the middle ages thought the earth was flat but not today,maybe they're like the people who say the Earth is only 6000 years old.
Anyway I saw this on the BBC,kind of sad but flat earthers,I'm going with dumb.
Daredevil dies after crash-landing rocket
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