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    True*. But is it against Scripture? EDIT: *-...

    True*. But is it against Scripture?

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    *- It may have a basis in that the bible describes the nature of God, but since Scripture does not explicitly say it, I'll agree for sake of discussion.
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    They may not be saved but perhaps they could be...

    They may not be saved but perhaps they could be somewhere that is not Heaven after their punishment has passed (assuming, of course, that their interpretations of αἰώνιος and αἰών hold).
  3. If we're talking about Matt 25:46, then it may be...

    If we're talking about Matt 25:46, then it may be possible to translate αἰώνιος as age-lasting. That is,

    “Then they will go away to age-lasting punishment, but the righteous to age-lasting life.”...
  4. Does αἰώνιος always refer to an endless duration of time in the New Testament?

    Let me preface this by saying I do not believe in Universal Salvation. However, I've seen it argued that this world could mean 'age-lasting'. This site argues that there are instances where this is...
  5. I'll leave a link to Rodney Whitefield who, IMO,...

    I'll leave a link to Rodney Whitefield who, IMO, has a very good discussion on Genesis 1. Here's a summary from what he argues on one link.
    Genesis One and the Age of the Earth: What does the Bible...
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    Just here to leave this solution to the paradox...

    Just here to leave this solution to the paradox for anybody interested.
    http://www.tektonics.org/tsr/jehukingsvshosea.html
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    But the feeling isn't in your brain. The person...

    But the feeling isn't in your brain. The person with a phantom limb perceives* some sensation there. But to perceive* a sensation over there implies that you have a sensation over there. Thus, you...
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    Ok. So there is sensation generated by the nerves...

    Ok. So there is sensation generated by the nerves in the area cut off ?
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    Ok. I can accept what you wrote above as true....

    Ok. I can accept what you wrote above as true. However, as you yourself say, "They can electrically stimulate parts of a person's brain and they will feel it in that part of their body." They don't...
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    How? P1:If your brain feels it, then you will...

    How?

    P1:If your brain feels it, then you will have feeling in your brain
    P2:You do not have feeling in your brain (The feeling is in your arm)
    C: Thus, your brain does not feel it.
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    Ok. The science is interesting. However, how can...

    Ok. The science is interesting. However, how can I feel something in a region that I do not exist in?
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    That doesn't make sense. If your brain "feels"...

    That doesn't make sense. If your brain "feels" it, then you would have feeling in your brain. But the feeling is in your arm. It's possible that the brain generates it, but the actual feeling is in...
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    So he is hallucinating a sensation then?

    So he is hallucinating a sensation then?
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    If you hit your arm, you feel pain in your arm....

    If you hit your arm, you feel pain in your arm. There is some sensation in the arm, not the brain. So I don't think you can say that "what you feel" is in your brain.
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    Phantom limbs and the Soul

    Britannica describes it thus:



    They go on to note an explanation for it in materialist terms. However, I do not think that any materialist explanation for it makes sense. It would mean that you...
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    Visiting Canada and America

    In July. More specifically, I'll be in Toronto, New York, Virginia (can't specify further) and Miami. First week is in Canada, the rest in America. Any suggestions as to what I should do? What places...
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    You're just trolling now, aren't you?

    You're just trolling now, aren't you?
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    So I ought to follow "universal ethical...

    So I ought to follow "universal ethical principles" because I am socialized and acculturated by the community to behave in a way that is acceptable to that society? So should I engage in the killing...
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    Do you actually think "you lot" are opposed to...

    Do you actually think "you lot" are opposed to abortion under any circumstances?
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    Ok. And why ought I follow them?

    Ok. And why ought I follow them?
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    What are "universal ethical principles" and how...

    What are "universal ethical principles" and how do they evolve?
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    Edward Witten on Consciousness

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUW7n_h7MvQ
  23. Meant the people who go up for the house of...

    Meant the people who go up for the house of representatives. Maybe it could be used for state legislatures as well though.
  24. Regarding Gerrymandering, there are two solutions...

    Regarding Gerrymandering, there are two solutions that I have heard about.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kUS9uvYyn3A


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QT0I-sdoSXU

    The first one could be...
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    Steven Anderson on Darius the Mede

    The book is here.

    To sum it up, Dr. Anderson argues that Darius the Mede is Cyaxares II and against and he gives a summary of his arguments as follows.
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