Looks good doesn't it? If you and your family are looking forward to such a dinner...be aware that the turkeys this year might revolt because of teh cruelty to them all these years.
This is the week for that time of the year where some people dress up in serious or at least gross, novelty, inappropriate, ridiculous, disgusting, and tasteless homemade halloween costumes. Check out the following costumes as they are homemade EXCEPT FOR the first two these are the costumes my wife Melissa and I [she's the nun] will be wearing to a party [these are real costumes that can even be worn everyday. Enjoy!
See you next year!!!!!
Everybody has either seen or just heard or read the above verse, [John 3:16]. Did YOU know that is the entire New Testament in that one verse?
Did you also know the most powerful word in that who verse is the word, "is"? And the second word is, "that"?
Now, who spoke the above verse, [John 3:16]?
In my journal on "16 Saviors Who Were Cruciied for Humanity", this is a folllow-up.
There were several of the 16 Saviors who experienced resurrection from the dead at about the time o the vernal equinox.
Those demigod Saviors who rose from the dead after 3 days burial, and the time of their resurrection is in several cases fixed for the 15th of March [it was also later, the same date for the resurrection of Jesus] are:
Quexalcote of Mexico, Chris of Chaldea, Quirinus of Rome, Prometheus of Caucasus, Osiris of Egypt, Atys of Phrygiu, and Mithru the Mediator of Persia are the only ones out of the 16 who DID rise from the dead. The others didn't make it!
Why is Christianity the only religion that God died for us? In other religions, their god wants us to die for him. There were 16 other virgin-born gods and sin-atoning saviors, predicated upon acts which have escaped the hands of the Christian iconoclasts determined to know only Jesus Christ crucified.
Here are the 16 Saviors with the dates they were crucified for the sins of humanity,etc. in every way Jesus did and was.
1.] Chrishua of India-1200 B.C. 2.] The Hindov Sakia [aka Budha Sakia, and Sakia Muni] 600 B.C. 3.] Thammuz of Seria, 1160 B.C. 4.] Wittoba of the Telingonese, 552 B.C. 5.] Iao of Nepaul, 622 B.C. 6]. Heus of the Celtic Druids, 834 B.C. 7]. Quexalcote of Mexico, 587 B.C. 8]. Quirinus of Rome, 506 B.C. 9]. Aeschylus Prometheus, 547 B.C. 10]. Thulis of Egypt, 1700 B.C. 11]. Indra of Tibet, 725 B.C. 12]. Alcestos of Euripides, 600 B.C. 13]. Atys of Phrygia, 470 B.C. 14]. Crite of Chaldea, 1200 B.C. 15]. Bali of Orissa, 725 B.C. 16]. Mithra of Persia, 600 B.C.
TO BE CONTINUED.
What caused the Black Death? DNA indicates that the pathogen responsible was the Yersinia pestis bacterium, which causes the Bubonic plague, although there were different, previously unknown ancestral variants of those identified in the 20th century.
The aftermath of the plague created a series of religious, social and economic upheavals of European history. It took 150 years for Europe's population to recover.Why so long? The plague wiped out half of Europe's population.
The plague reoccurred occasionally in Europe until the 19th century. Is it gone for good now or will it be back?
Yes! Immortality Exists! There are two nontheistic arguments exist for immortality. THE FIRST is a three-part argument from desire: 1]. The desire for life after death is a natural desire. 2]. Every natural desire corresponds to some real state of affairs that can fulfill it. 3]. Therefore, the desire for life after death corresponds to some real state of affairs-namely life after death-that fulfills it.
THE SECOND argument claims that consciousness and the self immaterial not physical, and this supports belief in life after death in two ways: 1]. It makes embodied existence and personal identity in the afterlife intelligible. 2]. It provides evisence for the existence of God. This in turn provides ground for introducing the theistic-dependant arguments for life after death.
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