...Trust me, humor isn't your thing.So? It's funny. So BOHICA
Woah, woah, woah! What's this now?One more, and it's not actually a quote, just a string of unsupported assertions
Just like you locked the other thread? This info terrifies you. Checkmate.I've deleted all your duplicate spam.
Too late, 18-times-a-liar....Trust me
Well, that's not the quote I was addressing at the time, was it, 19-times-a-liar?This is "not actually a quote"?[/SIZE]
"I confess I have no repugnance to the primitive doctrine of a ransom paid to Satan... I can see no other possible form in which the doctrine of ransom is at all tenable; anything is better than the doctrine of a Ransom paid to the father."
Did I say I would lock the thread, 20-times-a-liar? Nope. I'll muzzle you, though, if you don't put a cork on your posting diarrhea.Just like you locked the other thread?
You have yet to demonstrate the mental capacity to terrify anyone over the age of two.This info terrifies you. Checkmate.
That's not an exception, that's evidence. And strong evidence when you know the rest of the story:There is, in fact, no evidence that "Westcott and Hort" dabbled with the occult, with one exception: Hort writes to his wife in 1864 that at a dinner party, "We tried to turn tables, but the creatures wouldn't stir" (Hort, Life and Letters, vol. 2, 33).
You mean Truth #15, I guess you're numbering your OWN lies here?Perhaps this is what piqued Westcott's interest in Spiritualism and motivated him to join the Ghostlie Guild, but there is no evidence he ever so much as sat in on a table-turning.
Who's making up lies now?I imagine that in the mid-1800s, you probably wouldn't have found too many people of the upper classes of British society that hadn't attended one, even if they had no serious belief in Spiritualism.
You need to understand something about liars, people. They contradict themselves to cover their behinds.UGC falsely claims Westcott denies the deity of Christ.
This has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that he hated Democracy. He was still a Socialist and anti-American (I could CARE LESS WHY, AND WHETHER OR NOT THIS WAS BECAUSE HE "LIKED EUROPE" BETTER, THE POINT REMAINS. FACTS.), yet he tried to come in and change the Bible we used in America after winning freedom from England with his occult "Ghostlie Guild" wisdom and background.Hort is strongly pro-Europe
Wikipedia? Are you living under a rock? That is controlled information, much like the MSM, and should always be cross-referenced with others before you use it.According to the Wikipedia article on the SPR, it was founded based on conversations between journalist Edmund Rogers and physicist William F. Barrett, in 1881. The founding committee also included Stainton Moses, Charles Massey, Edmund Gurney, Hensleigh Wedgwood and Frederic W. H. Myers.
If any of the notable personalities that founded the Ghostlie Guild (which included, supposedly, two future Bishops of Durham and one future Archbishop of Canterbury amongst their number) had moved on to the SPR, you would expect the Wikipedians to take notice, wouldn't you?
In reality, the only connection between the Ghostlie Guild and the Society for Psychical Research is that they were but two of many scholarly societies that cropped up in the 19th century to investigate, to varying degrees of rigour, claims of the supernatural and paranormal.
Are we to the point yet where we begin discussing King James homo tendencies, the fact that Erasmus was a Romanist, and the character flaws of some of KJV translators? If so it must be time for UGC to do his 180 and declare how amazing that God could work through such repugnant men.UGC thinks counting is "imaginary."
Good night, loser.
The strongest advocates for the KJV are a man who shakes the demons out nightly and woman that specializes in interior design.I don't understand why Ugg has a problem with Westcott and Hort dabbling in the occult. He has admitted that his god Ruckman was demon-possessed, which is a whole lot worse than anything of that type that he has alleged against Westcott and Hort. So what's the big deal?
King James was a drunk and a murderer. He also claimed to be the HEAD of the Church of God on this earth. He believed he had a Divine Right to dictate what "HIS" benefactors could believe. English "Royalty" has murdered and pillaged its people for hundreds of year...Are we to the point yet where we begin discussing King James homo tendencies, the fact that Erasmus was a Romanist, and the character flaws of some of KJV translators? If so it must be time for UGC to do his 180 and declare how amazing that God could work through such repugnant men.
The Blessed Virgin Gail Riplinger cannot be made to look ridiculous.I don't understand why Ugg has a problem with Westcott and Hort dabbling in the occult. He has admitted that his god Ruckman was demon-possessed, which is a whole lot worse than anything of that type that he has alleged against Westcott and Hort. So what's the big deal?
Good point. Since your posts are controlled information, they are thereby discredited. Thanks for playing.Wikipedia? Are you living under a rock? That is controlled information
What King James did with the KJV largely discredits it. He forced the KJV on English people and rejected the Word of God given to us through the Geneva Bible. If King James wouldn't have forced the KJV on England and its subjects, you never have even heard of it again. It would have died a quick death. The Geneva would have been updated and enjoyed the success the KJV had.This book documents the homosexuality of King James I, who "authorized" the KJV. Of course, this does not necessarily reflect poorly on the KJV, but according to Ugg's logic, it does.
James I : The Fool as King: Otto Scott: Amazon.com: Books
James I: The Fool as King This is the unvarnished story of the incompetent and depraved King James who left his name on an Excellent Bible he ordered translated solely because the current Bible (Geneva) had at most, three notes which called the King a subject of God, not the other way around. James was also obviously a homosexual who hated ...