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    Re: Historical Israel & Judah

    Much appreciated :)

    I’d imagine literacy at the time David and his son are supposed to have existed would also preclude such a prolific career. It does make me wonder what sort of reputation the...
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    Meh. Beijing has been preparing for this since 1989. Chinese security services have the tools to track down every single person who publicly participates in any protest. Arrests/disappearances are in...
  3. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    Iím sure the CCP would agree their properly implemented lockdowns are working quite well. The Chinese people, sadly, lack your common sense. Too bad foreign forces are hurting the effectiveness of...
  4. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    Not sure what you mean. Existing research before the pandemic, including from the WHO, had concluded lockdowns are an ineffective and costly way to combat viral outbreaks, not to mention the mountain...
  5. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    The Chinese want the same thing everyone wants. Freedom to go about their lives, work and fraternize with their friends and family, without nonsensical and unscientific political repression that has...
  6. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    The Chinese government continues to insist lockdowns are effective and necessary, and the anti-lockdown protestors are dangerous nutcases that threaten all of society. Sound familiar?
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    The protests are mostly against the zero covid policy. Any calls for regime change that try to co-opt protests can be dealt with. Itís important to remember the CCP is much stronger today,...
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    The protests are nowhere near that scale, at least not at this time. Beijing has ample resources to shut down dissent, especially since Covid. Hats off to the brave souls who march knowing they will...
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    Sticky: Re: Ancient vendettas.

    I suppose alot can go wrong when using בֵּן in so many different contexts, but it would seem to always refer to offspring. Even Biblically, if she married Jehoram in the 840s and had a child by him,...
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    Sticky: Re: Friday/Saturday/Sunday morning preaching.

    Indeed. This poses more of a problem for Protestants who rely on the inerrancy of the Bible, versus the Catholics who rely on the authority of the Church. Perhaps God works in mysterious ways.
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    Sticky: Re: Friday/Saturday/Sunday morning preaching.

    If you watch the full interview, his point isn’t that all the forgeries were the result of malice. It was more likely the case that the forgers wanted their work to be more widely read and accepted...
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    Sticky: Re: Ancient vendettas.

    Yes, his expertise is mostly Greek/NT. It could be the reason Solomon is regarded as the author, at least in the Christian tradition I know (along with Proverbs and Song of Songs) is because...
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    Sticky: Re: Friday/Saturday/Sunday morning preaching.

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=TW5b07T5VNM

    Fascinating series by Bart D. Ehrman
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    Sticky: Re: Ancient vendettas.

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=TW5b07T5VNM

    Fascinating series by Bart D. Ehrman
  15. Re: Biden's Ministry of Truth: Starting in 2020, DHS began meeting with Twitter, Facebook, Wikipedia and more monthly to coordinate 'content moderation' efforts

    So Facebook then. Even worse.

    Even without addressing your shifting goalposts, and conceding your insistence that people can technically “just” not use Microsoft, it’s been established private...
  16. Re: USA midterm elections and the path to the future elections in USA

    The majority of Americans believe the Afghanistan withdrawal was poorly executed and blame Biden for it. Hunter Biden is already under investigation by the FBI and IRS. What is it the GOP should...
  17. Re: Biden's Ministry of Truth: Starting in 2020, DHS began meeting with Twitter, Facebook, Wikipedia and more monthly to coordinate 'content moderation' efforts

    It’s barely even an analogy given the federal government is conducting “an expansive effort to influence tech platforms” and “broadening its efforts to curb speech it considers dangerous.” The...
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    This isnít an answer to my questions nor does it have much of anything to do with the OP. Even in a general context, your assertions are about as compelling as telling someone to leave the US if they...
  19. Re: "Democracy Is On The Ballot" Or is it?

    Do you know what paying lip service means? Because the false dichotomy presented repeatedly makes no sense. Since your own screenshot and now bolded quote demonstrates the court upheld the...
  20. Re: "Democracy Is On The Ballot" Or is it?

    The article I referenced was from March 2021. The father was punished for publicly referring to his child by the “wrong” name and “wrong” pronouns in defiance of a court order. Your own source also...
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    That is why. The court order prohibited the father from, among other things, addressing his child by the ďwrongĒ name, referring to his child by the ďwrongĒ pronouns to anyone, or urging his child to...
  22. Re: "Democracy Is On The Ballot" Or is it?

    At a time when people are being thrown in jail for refusing to do just that, the answer is, objectively, yes.
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  23. Re: Biden's Ministry of Truth: Starting in 2020, DHS began meeting with Twitter, Facebook, Wikipedia and more monthly to coordinate 'content moderation' efforts

    Thatís a rather long winded way of doubling down, but I still donít see any substance to back it up, so all this hot air about empty partisanship comes across as projection. Do you deny the federal...
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    I wouldn’t conflate nuance with the conspicuous lack of substance here. The irony of this take is when I raised the same issue last year, I was told the same thing - the idea of the federal...
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    It also looks like the Disinformation Board that the political establishment pretended to get rid of following public outrage was actually just to formalize existing processes. So the whole ďnow...
  26. Re: Biden's Ministry of Truth: Starting in 2020, DHS began meeting with Twitter, Facebook, Wikipedia and more monthly to coordinate 'content moderation' efforts

    It’s been known since at least the time the Hunter Biden laptop story got censored as “disinformation” even though it was true. I made a thread about it. Now we have even more proof the coordination...
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    Poll: Re: Russia, US, Ukraine, and the Future

    The rape is quite literal by this point.

    https://www.france24.com/en/live-news/20221014-rape-used-in-ukraine-as-a-russian-military-strategy-un
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    Sticky: Re: Discussion and Debate Community Thread

    Reading your interpretation of history comes across as satire, so pardon me if I missed the joke about leftist historical revisionism. Christianity was and in many ways still is a revolutionary...
  29. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    You donít think trans people should be celebrated for their stunning and brave identity?
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    Well, in line with your comparison, obese people should be celebrated and we should accept them for their stunning and brave identity instead of treating the problems, including possible mental...
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    At a time when even something as banal as using the term ďmotherĒ is considered politically incorrect, your assertion is, ironically, out of touch at best.

    It teaches us that abolition and civil...
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    The vast majority of conservatives/Christians oppose racism and state religion, so your hyperbole is irrelevant. MLK Jr was a conservative Christian who saw homosexuality as a “culturally acquired”...
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    Itís less about how the present or past is better in one aspect or another. Itís a recognition that what conservatives want to conserve is no longer orthodox. Rather, conservatism has been beaten...
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    It suppose it’s exhausting to live a political identity in opposition to something that never existed.
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    The Bible warns of degeneracy degrading society into tyranny in the last days, a fitting metaphor for our Republic that exists mostly in the history books now. Iíve waited my whole life for the other...
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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    Nothing bad is Bidenís fault and everything good is thanks to him. Politics as usual lol. The copium will only get stronger:
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    Re: President Biden's first term in office

    Remember kids, if a Republican doesnít accept the election results, itís the greatest threat to America since the Civil War. If a Democrat doesnít, it means the election was stolen by a cabal of MAGA...
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    Re: Pronouns and References

    The Arkansas bill prohibits doctors from recommending gender affirming care like hormone treatment, puberty blockers or surgery to anyone under 18 years old. Common sense.

    I guess Jon Stewart...
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    Poll: Re: Russia, US, Ukraine, and the Future

    You see, Europe must be independently subservient to Russia. Those idiotic former Russian satellites wonít get on board for some unknown reason
  40. Re: The latest anti-liberal rant thread (get your daily dose here)

    You’ve conceded below that the article is factual, so the above is disingenuous at best. In any case, your opinion is not proof of anything.

    So your criticism of it is pointless partisanship,...
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