Indeed he was. The foolishness that followed him too. People quitting their jobs, selling their stuff (why do you need the money?). It's a shame to see this sort of deception, but we are called sheep for a reason.
Buckeyes wrote: (TMC) @Shane Blessings to you as well! It has been quite interesting! I think it is healthy, on occasion, to investigate those things that we never really question. Itâs sparked a lot of discussion in our family, so thank you! P.s. If you get a chance, you may wish to look over the links that I and others provided earlier, especially since curve math is addressed in them! @Everyone Something to chew on- If the earth is flat, how did the water cover the highest mountains during Noahâs flood?
The mountains weren't as high then. How about this? How does water stay on a round object going around so fast? Gravity right?
Scandal: Evolutionary theory is evolving. Evolution has done it again, this time it's different tho, evolution is randomly taking place, this time it's the theory that's evolving by random chance. Evolutionists has tried desperately to prove macro evolution, and it looks like they've found it in progress.
"It's outstanding that we can actually see evolution taking place, said Richard Dawkins, "I've never seen anything like it." When asked if there was any intelligence that might have caused this, Dawkins said,
"No you silly little English muffin, no intelligence was involved in this, are you that stupid to think that someone thought of this theory? No intelligence is needed for this, I bet you believe in fairies as well."
At publishing time, local theistic evolutionist, Hugh Ross said, "Wow, I guess I'll have to find a way to fit this in the Bible...I've done it once, and I can do it again."
Scandal: Conservative Catholic/Baptist John Yurich, gambles.
John Y has come out of the closet and admits that he gambles. "Look, I only gamble a couple cents, the reason being is that when I lost a bet against a Methodist, he said I had to be a Baptist" said John Y.
"Many people believe gambling is wrong, but Pastor Steve says otherwise." When asked where he got the money to play the slots, he said, "Oh, I collect the offerings, and take it to play the slots, I'm still asking my god if he will bless the offerings, so far, nothing."
At publishing time, John's moral compass found it alright to see if a buffet as a strip club...which confused just about everyone.
Breaking News: Man who claims not to know when Christ will come, has declared that Christ will come on Sept. 23
David Meade, a Christian who believes in words of Jesus, has found out when Jesus will come. "I didn't know that I would know when this would happen" he said in an exclusive interview, "I am glad that I was able to figure it out, I wonder if the angels know about this."
When asked if his alleged findings would discredit the Bible if it were to come true, David said, "Hmm...I really didn't think about that...maybe that section was a copyists error..." At publishing time, David Meade bought a picture of Harold Camping, his hero.
Ah, it seems as if I no longer have to wonder about the source of that single nickel JY somehow manages to part with in the collection plate each month at "that Baptist Church" he attends every Sunday...
Perhaps it's only worth a whopping .60Â˘ a year to be fed the Word of God because after all, he goes to "that Baptist Church" (which I can only assume assume is attended by 'those people' who aren't RC).
John Yurich USA wrote: I don't gamble at the casino that often but when I do I only play the nickel slot machine. And I don't use my own money. The friend I go to the casino with provides the monetary resources. I keep any money I win, I do not put it back into the nickel slot machine. That would be stupid to put the money won back into the stupid slot machine. I am not hung up on gambling. I can take or leave it. I only go to casino for the Buffet.
John, think this out. Here is a person who for what appears to be purely alturistic reasons picks you up, takes you to the Casino and pays for your meal, which apparently is good but probably not that inexpensive.
You then stated it would be a stupid to put one's money in a slot machine. So is this how you pay back your friend's kindness to you by wasting his money on what you state is a stupid investment?
I think it would be prudent for the atheist/evolutionist community to conduct a hunt for all mythical creatures. Creatures such as leprechauns, unicorns...John Yurich. If they can prove after their hunt that these mythical creatures in fact don't exist, then they will have my attention. While they are at it, they can expand their hunt to the known (and unknown) universe and prove that God doesn't exist either. If they can prove that God doesn't exist by His supposed non-existence, then I guess will have to listen to their nonsensical gibberish.
John Yurich USA wrote: I never stated that I go to any entertainment at a casino. I have never been to any entertainment show at a casino. I don't go to a casino that often(3 times a year at most). And 2 of those times I only go for the buffet and don't gamble on the slot machine. Sometimes the 3rd time at the casino I don't gamble either. I just go to the buffet.
Well then, you are now fully justified in your sin. I guess if I go out and rob a store once a year, beat my wife once and a while, and only go to the pub for the food, I'm still okay. Thanks John! It's great to be a Christian and have such freedom.
now-extinct giant 'Siberian unicorn' existed much more recently than previously thought, paleontologists say. The animal, an elasmotherium Siberian rhinoceros or 'Elasmotherium sibiricum,'
âunicornâ may have roamed the Earth at the same time as humans â a human fossil found in western Siberia in same date structure.,
researchers cite a well-preserved fossilized skull fragment discovered near Kozhamzhar village, Pavlodar, Kazakhstan as evidence for the rhinoâs more recent existence. The findings are detailed in the "American Journal of Applied Science."
thought that the giant animals were about 6.7 feet tall and 15 feet long.
The skull of Elasmotherium sibiricum exceeds in size the skull of the mammals from Eastern Europe.
Job39:"9Will the unicorn be willing to serve thee, or abide by thy crib? 10Canst thou bind the unicorn with his band in the furrow? or will he harrow the valleys after thee? 11Wilt thou trust him, because his strength is great? or wilt thou leave thy labour to him? 12Wilt thou believe him, that he will bring home thy seed, and gather it into thy barn?"
Pretty impressive critter - a big "job" to bind him.
.. House passed the Clyde-Hirsch-Sowers RESPECT Act to bar the detestable IRS practice of seizing money not because it was earned illegally, but because the funds were âstructuredâ into payments of less than $10,000 to avoid financial reporting requirementsâeven though there may be perfectly legitimate business reasons ..
"Kent Hovind was indicted and convicted on fifty-eight counts in 2006. Forty-five of those counts were for structuring â systematically dealing in cash amounts less than $10,000 in order to avoid currency reporting requirements. The structuring is related to 12 of the other counts.." "under this interpretation Kent Hovind was not guilty of structuring at all. If the government were to combine two withdrawals that were a couple of days apart and then look at what happened to that money, they would likely find that it had been spread among numerous people as opposed to being spent in an over $10,000 transaction.""
Like being found "guilty"of going 74 mph in a 75 mph zone too many times "structure" Hey! "conspiring" to not break law Hovind made himself a target by dissing big gov IRS regs- but his case would be quite different now.
Dr. Tim, I'm in the market for a unicorn. They haven't been so prevalent as of late. Was Isaiah the last to mention them prior to Judah's fall to Babylon?
I find it interesting that more professors in the theology departments uphold this theory than those in the science departments of Christian colleges and universities according to AiG. That's because honest and thoughtful analysis of collected and observed data doesn't fit evolutionary thinking. So these people will try again to exclude the Creator in their creation myth. Yet His Creation just keeps on pouring out evidence, with the heavens declaring the glory of God, and the firmament showeth the work of His hands...day after day and night unto night...so that none are without excuse. Some day, that excuse making will end with every knee bowed and every tongue confessing that Jesus Christ is Lord.