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I downloaded a 90day trial of Windows 8 and haven't used it yet.
I did have another beta version before. So I saw a bit what it was like. I have read that there are features to make...
Only Microsoft could make downgrades so popular.
I go to a nearby Microcenter. I wasn't shopping for assembled computers though
Microsoft was claiming that Windows 8 had the greatest number of early sales. But of course they were also selling upgrades (on new computers) really cheap and the store prices were $70 and lower.
I was more interested in the programming side of things. I wrote a screen shot TSR... not sure what else.
Is that when they added DosShell?
Oh. I remember the days of TSR (terminate and stay resident) programs -- giving some feel of multi-tasking in DOS.
I am a bit curious about the progress of treatment of Kant's influence on religion. I had read something about German theologians developing upon Kant's distinction between scientific knowledge and...
April 27th 2013, 06:59 PM
The text is rather ambiguous
For example verse 18 reads:
ungodliness and unrighteousness of men who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, (NASB)
This verse could refer to gentiles if we assume...
April 16th 2013, 11:40 PM
I'm reading Wrath of the Lamb by A. T. Hanson
Poor blessed cat.
It seems she gave a good fight to stay as long as possible with you.
are you saying that the word is simply mistranslated?
are you saying that the Greek text is wrong?
who has made a mistake here?
May God's grace be with the Warren family
February 23rd 2013, 06:01 PM
Cults can provide packaged arguments with reference to trusted authorities in order to lead people into their groups. I think the best precaution is to be able to think for oneself -- but not be...
February 23rd 2013, 04:26 PM
Welcome to tweb where there are many competent theologians (and students of theology) who indeed may hold a different view from you. I think the best we should expect in discussions...
February 23rd 2013, 06:22 AM
Your question in #13 is not really answerable. Maybe we could say that, with other people qualified as true followers of God from the OT era, they would be saved based on their faith in a...
February 23rd 2013, 04:28 AM
It has been stated here of a supposed requirement for confession in order to obtain salvation...
1. If they don't confess then they didn't really believe..and if a person does not...
I might say that the confessional is around the corner -- as a potential de-fusing response. I'm trying to think of another description for 'de-fusing' -- lighten the mood -- for something that might...
I have shared the idea that we are all in the same mess together (this world and its problems). More than going to church meetings, we are supposed to help each other survive. The fellowship should...
September 24th 2012, 11:54 AM
What you have said here is mostly true (based on Rom 5:18-19) except for the mention of 'guilt.' The 'condemnation' mentioned here is not speaking of the determination of a judgment by God. Instead...
September 9th 2012, 01:06 PM
Its been years since I read the 3 part article.I am still interested in how well it seems to other people. So I will still be interested in your opinion. Just to note, I was injecting the article...
September 8th 2012, 11:04 AM
There's a set of 4 documents where Murray McLellan discusses the Dan 9:24-27 and the seventy weeks. I haven't read them for awhile but McLellan seemed to have presented a decent view on the...
:pray: God's grace for you and your family
August 23rd 2012, 01:55 AM
Adam's wife started all this
Regarding the OP...
I tend to see the referent serpent as a unique creature distinct from the actual snakes that we know about through nature. I am sort of stating the obvious here. We can use...
August 10th 2012, 01:27 AM
There are two quick places in Romans that show that Jesus was sent to address and remove the sins of Israel. In 5:13-14,20 that shows that the law of Moses was, at least in part, given to increase...
The following link helped partly since it broke the word up into logical components:
Yes, I would think it refers to the introduction of of death into the world through Adam's act or to man's existence under that threat/doom of death. I just want to make sure its accurate when I add...
Does anyone have a good translation of the german word : todesverhängnisses?
It seems to refer to the fate of death brought about by Adam unto mankind.
Its in an article by Otfried Hofius 'Die...
congrats on your catch.
That looks like a bad photoshop image where you didn't put your arm (i.e. the one with the fish) pointing out from your body.
April 29th 2012, 11:45 PM
oh yes. I sort of remember Jardin Prayer. I had gone to the ministry website some time ago for a short visit.
thanks for the drive-by sans guns.
I did a quick analysis of Matt 5:31-32.
The topic of Matt 5:31-32 and the possible hyberole of 'adultery' came up on another discussion and it didn't seem that the essence of the text was coming...
the link doesn't show up unless someone quotes your post.
a picture is available at: http://fc08.deviantart.net/fs70/i/2011/330/5/6/ponies_in_mspaint_by_christy1981-d4dytrs.png...
November 25th 2011, 07:05 PM
I think Warner Bros studio tour is better than the Universal Studios stuff.
Also, you may see if you can get in on a sitcom. Maybe a late night show, since its during the holidays and there are...
November 25th 2011, 05:49 AM
Jesus appears to be working with Nicodemus and also challenging his understanding of things. I think that Jesus is appealing to some of the prophecies in Isaiah that Nicodemus should have been aware...
November 25th 2011, 04:16 AM
I'm sorry footwasher... you no longer seem to be contributing meaningfully to this discussion. Are you just looking to be confused or do you have a reasonable point to add here?
I'm not sure why...
November 25th 2011, 03:08 AM
We should not be surprised if there are details that we don't properly have in mind when evaluating the situation. One point that I have heard pointed out was that Nicodemus was surprised not simply...
Although I have been citing references for awhile, I became curious whether I am doing it the right way. Are there some good sources to identify conventions regarding the proper page numbers to...
November 19th 2011, 03:46 PM
My preterist position leaves me expecting a future resurrection (likely a bodily resurrection).
Before the discussion now, which clarified a few points out of the verses, I would have expected Isa...
November 15th 2011, 04:03 AM
The key (to aid in understanding Zech 12-14) that I draw from scriptures is that we must distinguish between Israel, old Jerusalem, and new Jerusalem.
Israel, in the end, consisted of the Jews...
Here's a presentation on the issue that I found useful awhile back. It may be helpful.
I am posting the info as requested-- not as a response in a debate....
November 3rd 2011, 12:26 AM
October 29th 2011, 03:32 PM
Do you have passages on Sheol and after-death concepts that both suggest the mockery while defining the OT biblical position on the afterlife?
October 28th 2011, 01:55 AM
Oh. This was posted awhile ago.
I'm tend to see the scriptures as a 'correction' of the bad doctrines of religion formed in the vicinity of Israel. It seems odd to then seek parallels to the...
October 26th 2011, 12:27 AM
It starts to sound too much like a paraphrase in the quote of Joh 18:36 (listed as 19:36). (But the rendition of Matt 24:3b may be decent.)
I am concerned on John 18:36 that the 'kingdom of God'...
June 4th 2011, 12:21 AM
ok. big question.
Did teluog start this whole battle and just walk away?
June 1st 2011, 12:07 PM
you are trying hard to force my words into your pattern of interpretation. You have treated my word "custom" as the Deut word "customs." You would be correct in pushing this shift if you...
June 1st 2011, 12:27 AM
Sorry this is a bit late.
You are assuming the primacy of the letter of the law over the personal vow made with God. This is probably due to your separation from the culture involved in this...
Awwww. Sorry to hear that. Your cat was trying so hard to hold in there for you.
God's grace to you in this time.
May 28th 2011, 06:25 PM
Hmm. I hope you don't treat all topics in scripturally with so much disregard and disrespect. If you don't know the answer to something, just tell us you don't know the answer.
You still do not...