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    Yep, if I'm remembering correctly, that's the one...

    Yep, if I'm remembering correctly, that's the one she handed to him to be mailed. He opened the letter that she wanted him to mail to Thomas Wayne.
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    I don't recall him ever getting a letter. Every...

    I don't recall him ever getting a letter. Every time he checked the box it was empty. He was given a letter to send to Thomas Wayne by his mother, but that's the only letter I recall him reading.
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    Yeah, I think that's possible. For some reason,...

    Yeah, I think that's possible. For some reason, certain villains and anti-heroes like the Joker (and Harley Quinn) tend to attract a certain...type. Usually the social misfit/outcast type who see...
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    The letter was one his mother wanted him to send...

    The letter was one his mother wanted him to send to Thomas Wayne which explained that she and their son were suffering (implying that she thought that Arthur was Wayne's son), and asking for help....
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    Went in expecting a King of Comedy/Taxi Driver...

    Went in expecting a King of Comedy/Taxi Driver style homage, and got exactly that. I thought the film was well done, especially the overall aesthetic and period-accuracy. Joaquin Phoenix was...
  6. Ooh. Really good picks. I haven't seen Naked or...

    Ooh. Really good picks. I haven't seen Naked or Baby Doll. Definitely putting those on my must see list. I loved Basquiat, and it's always nice seeing Bowie in cameo roles. I haven't seen A Woman...
  7. A few off the top of my head: Klaus Kinski was...

    A few off the top of my head:

    Klaus Kinski was an awful human in real life, but a phenomenal actor. Major player in many of Werner Herzog's early films.
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    Huh, I shared Kidner's view with seer in...

    Huh, I shared Kidner's view with seer in another/similar thread. Interesting.
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    A slight clarification to this, but by distinct...

    A slight clarification to this, but by distinct deities I'm referring specifically to El distinguished from Yahweh. Scholars, including Heiser accept that the passage has in mind other divine beings...
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    Huh. Swamidass is someone that W.L. Craig has...

    Huh. Swamidass is someone that W.L. Craig has been championing a bit lately. Haven't read anything by him myself though.
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    Yeah, that's what I thought.

    Yeah, that's what I thought.
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    :sigh: I knew you were going to nitpick that...

    :sigh: I knew you were going to nitpick that sentence.



    I mean, plenty of evangelicals accept biological evolution just fine (I'm as good an example as any I suppose). Accommodationism, by its...
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    No, I meant Smith. They do, but it seemed...

    No, I meant Smith.



    They do, but it seemed you thought Smith only viewed Psalm 82 as later abrogation of former theology. Otherwise I'm not sure where you're getting the idea that "Smith does...
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    I think you're selling Smith short on this. The...

    I think you're selling Smith short on this. The fact that Smith believes Psalm 82 both rejects and yet preserves the distinction is totally in line with Heiser's thesis. Smith is arguing for more...
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    I'll ask for him, since I seem to be reading his...

    I'll ask for him, since I seem to be reading his mind pretty well these days, but you said a lot without actually discussing why you're going to a Unitarian church. I think we all know that...
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    Right. Heiser addresses this earlier in the...

    Right. Heiser addresses this earlier in the paper,


    This position is in part based on the idea that these passages presume Yahweh and El are separate, in concert with an “older” polytheistic or...
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    Again, not certain what was in CPs head at the...

    Again, not certain what was in CPs head at the time, but I'm assuming he was curious about your attending a church at all (Unitarian or otherwise), and thought it might be nice to have a friendly...
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    Yes, I'm aware. Sorry about that. ...

    Yes, I'm aware.



    Sorry about that.



    No, I don't think he's asserting that rising denotes superiority, rather he's rebuffing the view that one's posture in the court necessarily has to do...
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    It amazes me too, but I get it. God's ways are...

    It amazes me too, but I get it. God's ways are just so alien to this world system, as it often flips the wisdom of the age on its head. I've no doubt that some wanted Guyger to receive a not guilty...
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    I'd be more concerned with those who want to turn...

    I'd be more concerned with those who want to turn a teaching moment about forgiveness into something bitter and negative.
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    Awesome. I love toys from that era. It seems like...

    Awesome. I love toys from that era. It seems like the period when they found that kids tastes were a bit more complicated than toy soldiers, cars, and spinning tops, and they could market directly to...
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    Yeah, he doesn't like that sugary Skippy/Peter...

    Yeah, he doesn't like that sugary Skippy/Peter Pan garbage. Only the good stuff for the monkey.
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    https://i.ibb.co/g4z9xjy/monkey.jpg don't...

    https://i.ibb.co/g4z9xjy/monkey.jpg


    don't look him in the eye... he doesn't like it when people stare.
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    To be fair, I'm tired after work every day, and...

    To be fair, I'm tired after work every day, and yet still plan on going to the gym later (whether I actually do or not is another matter).
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    :sigh: I miss it. It had to go cause of a job,...

    :sigh: I miss it. It had to go cause of a job, and as I'm getting older it's getting thin up top. :sad:



    My brother had a much shorter mohawk when he was about 12. Mom let him get away with it...
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