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Search results for query: "Genesis 10"

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  1. gnostic

    What would refute creationism?

    The Genesis creation myth isn’t advancement at all: not intellectually, not scientifically, not even creativity. The whole “God did it” is nothing more than backward thinking of some superstitious people, who not only cannot grasp natural phenomena, then and now, the authors and believers don’t...
  2. 2

    Can you Unravel the Mystery?

    Lowering your standards to the International Standard Version is like drinking from to the bottom of the well. The god of Babel, Bel, is simply a version of the sun god, the god of the Roman Emperor Constantine, in the form of Sol Invictus. The "sun god", whose day of worship is Sunday, is also...
  3. nPeace

    Can you Unravel the Mystery?

    I see Strong's gives a definition here. Strong's Concordance panim or paneh: face, faces Original Word: פָנִים Part of Speech: Noun Masculine Transliteration: panim or paneh Phonetic Spelling: (paw-neem') Definition: face, faces Faces does not mean before. However, it can signify being against...
  4. 2

    Can you Unravel the Mystery?

    The city of "Babel" was not built to "oppose Jehovah". It was the tower of Babel which was built to reach heaven. The religion of the following of the gods (serpent god), began with Eve, in believing the false gospel of, "you surely shall not die" (Genesis 3:4), the foundation of the false...
  5. nPeace

    Can you Unravel the Mystery?

    (Genesis 10:9-10) 9 He became a mighty hunter in opposition to Jehovah. That is why there is a saying: “Just like Nimrod, a mighty hunter in opposition to Jehovah.” 10 The beginning of his kingdom was Babel. . . Religion was practiced in the city. The city was built for that purpose. (2...
  6. 2

    Can you Unravel the Mystery?

    The "Babel" of Genesis 10:10 was a city not a religion. Although the "babble" (Babel) coming from the "false prophet" Paul, is a continuing theme. "Babylon the Great" is simply the religion adopted by many of the Jews while in Babylon, and the "Christians", as in the followers of the false...
  7. nPeace

    Can you Unravel the Mystery?

    :confused: Eh? I'm sorry, but I don't understand a word of what you are trying to say here. Could you make it simple for me, by first letting me know if I am totally off track... as in, No. Or close, as in somewhat, but not exactly, but... Think of the poor young people that want a simple...
  8. 2

    Can you Unravel the Mystery?

    Revelation 17:15 is referring to the Revelation 17:5 is referring to the "woman" sitting on the "scarlet beast" of Revelation 17:3, the beast with "seven heads", which is with reference to the same kings/kingdoms as stated in Daniel 2 and Revelation 17:10-12, which is referring to Judah and...
  9. nPeace

    Can you Unravel the Mystery?

    Are you referring to the religion started in the book of Genesis 10:10? Are you saying that this religion has continued to exist down through the centuries, only having different forms and branches, so that the different religions all over the world are the branches and twigs of this root... all...
  10. 2

    Can you Unravel the Mystery?

    The "harlot", in question, the Jews, had a mother called Babylon the Great, whose religion stems from Nimrod of Babel, and his god Bel, a sun god (Ezekiel 8:16), the same sun god the Jews took up, who was taken up later by the Romans by way of Sol Invictus, the god of Constantine. When the Jews...
  11. nPeace

    Can you Unravel the Mystery?

    Good that you see her as a religious entity. It makes sense, she has the name Babylon the Great, because her teachings stem from Babylon. After all, most of religion's teachings are modified versions of Babylon's, which was steeped in false worship... and it is Babylon that Nimrud - described...
  12. dybmh

    JESUS, God, the Ordinal First and Last

    There is no "everyone ressurecting" in Judaism. I told you before, and I'll tell you again. It doesn't exist. And now that Ive edicated myself about the LATE persian end times prophecy, I can see why this important to your case. In the persian end times, everyone gets ressurected and there's...
  13. joelr

    JESUS, God, the Ordinal First and Last

    You haven't refuted one single thing? You seem to think you did (I doubt that also) And yet, there is no "messiah" in the text of Isaiah. There is a future king. But end times becomes a thing with everyone resurrecting. It's known for it's start in Persian thought. You can do denial all you...
  14. gnostic

    Evolution is the only theologically plausible answer

    There were no single “flood of epic proportions”, as described and narrated in Genesis 6 to 8, no Noah living in the 3rd millennium BCE, no Genesis until the 6th century BCE when hostages of Jews lived in Babylon. No portions of Genesis as a work of literature exist in the Bronze Age (c 3100 -...
  15. Audie

    By Faith. Why?

    That takes a truly collossal denial and ignorance to think world wide flood has not been disproved.
  16. Redemptionsong

    By Faith. Why?

    Science has neither proved, nor disproved, the biblical flood. What's interesting is that the genealogy of Noah, Genesis 10, tells us that he had a son, Ham (who lived through the flood), who begat Cush, who begat Nimrod. So, two generations after the flood Nimrod was king over Babel...
  17. joelr

    JESUS, God, the Ordinal First and Last

    The Iranian Impact on Judaism excerpted from N. F. Gier, Theology Bluebook, Chapter 12 It was not so much monotheism that the exilic Jews learned from the Persians as it was universalism, the belief that one God rules universally and will save not only the Jews but all those who turn to God...
  18. gnostic

    Paper against Darwinism. Peer-reviewed.

    Wrong. There are no evidence that any biblical texts existed beyond 3000 years. So, no. Genesis, Exodus, Numbers & Leviticus existed in the Late Bronze Age (c 1530 - c 1050 BCE). The story of Moses may be set in earlier time, and books (including Deuteronomy) may be attributed to Moses as...
  19. Estro Felino

    The Divine Comedy

    Thirty-third Canto The seven virtues were sweetly singing, while crying: “God, the Gentiles have come (Psalms 79)". Beatrice was listening, transfiguring as Mary did at the foot of the cross. And as in John 16:16, she tells them: In a little while you will see me no more, and then after a little...
  20. Brian2

    Hoover Institute video on Mathematical Challenges to Darwin's Theory

    So we disagree about whether there is evidence for God or not. I think evidence goes beyond what science might be able to use as evidence. IMO the genetic coding indicates an intelligence behind it for example. This is evidence but maybe not the sort of evidence that science can use. I would...
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