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10th Sep '16 11:03:15 PM WillBGood
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*** Wait, heaven is eternal oneness? So, heaven is {{Instrumentality}}?

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*** Wait, heaven is eternal oneness? So, heaven is {{Instrumentality}}?an AssimilationPlot?
9th Sep '16 11:20:57 AM dieseldragons
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** To be fair, I think they have to some degree. If we study Christ's/God's character, moments that show his most empathetic is when he's ''terrified'' of the wages of sin for us, i.e death, also known as [[CessationOfExistence eternal oblivion]]. He was ''terrified'' of having to pay man's debt for him, and die on the cross. A being who's always existed before time and space [[GoodCannotComprehendEvil cannot fathom what its like to not exist]], and its lampshaded he cannot understand why man would choose it, why he'd refuse to repent and live. Of course the downsides are brushed over, we're dealing with a being who thinks LivingForeverIsAwesome.
9th Sep '16 11:11:18 AM dieseldragons
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* We're alive, and living things respond to stimuli, we respond to change. If we don't have interesting and unexpected changes or turns of events that a paradise will not permit, we will get bored and eventually depressed. This is usually why theologians argue its a state, and not a place.
* Heaven is already a broken family. A third of its occupants rebelled, waging war on God, before being defeated and banished. So its not a perfect place. Heaven is only two-thirds full. You CAN screw up in Heaven. You CAN sin in front of the creator. You CAN lose your place in paradise, and this time, forever. Scriptures already warn Christ will not pay for your sins a second time. Think about it. An eternity with a perfect being, where if you stumble once, think a perverse thought just once - inequity will be found in you and you will be damned. That's a lot of pressure.
25th Jun '16 12:58:50 AM Luppercus
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Yes, I know it must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in half" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman must know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?

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Yes, I know it must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in half" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman must know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love loved the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?
25th Jun '16 12:55:42 AM Luppercus
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Yes, I know it must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in half" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?

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Yes, I know it must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in half" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most must know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?
25th Jun '16 12:54:19 AM Luppercus
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Yes, I know it must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in twice" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?

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Yes, I know it must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in twice" half" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?
25th Jun '16 12:53:21 AM Luppercus
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Yes, I know it most be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in twice" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?

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Yes, I know it most must be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in twice" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?
25th Jun '16 12:52:50 AM Luppercus
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[[folder:Solomon's solution has no logic]]
Yes, I know it most be some sort of metaphore, but what's with that "cut the baby in twice" solution? OK, two women claim to be the mother of the same baby, and Solomon says; cut him in two and give a half to each, the real mother says that she prefers to lose him all togheter than to see him die. Fine, but, what was the other women stupid or what? I know science hasn't advance much for that time but the other woman most know she end up with half dead baby. If she was claiming him, even if she knew he wasn't his real son, I guess she still prefer not to kill the baby either. What would have happened if both women say at the same time give to the other because I prefer to lose him that see him dead? (like normal people probably will do), or what would have happened if the one that spoke was actually the not-real mother that love the baby that much (women may love their adoptive child just the same) and maybe the natural mother just guess the bluff?
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30th Apr '16 9:24:06 AM allfictions
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* Actually, [[http://www.johnsanidopoulos.com/2010/10/monastics-even-pray-for-demons.html Monks pray even for the demons]]. There are many other accounts of monks spending long periods praying for the salvation of demons (and the devil).
20th Feb '16 12:52:14 AM Luppercus
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****I think genetics is more than enough proof for Evolution, how else can we explain to have 99% genes of Chimpanzees and Neanderthals? and the fact that in the same way our genes proof who our father, brother or cousin is we can do the same among species and now we know that we do have same ancestors as apes thanks to genetics. But, anyway, thatís a discussion for another place. Same case with the scientific method for messuring planet's age.
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