While we're on the subject du jour

Posted by: MacBozo

While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 02:57 PM

The suicides
Posted by: Papa

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 03:08 PM

I came across this while looking around on the internet.

http://www.soulforce.org/article/homosexuality-bible-gay-christian
Posted by: yoyo52

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 03:17 PM

Joan of Arc was Noah's wife.

laugh laugh laugh laugh laugh

I'd never heard that one--dumb old me!
Posted by: MacBozo

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 03:31 PM

That's a new one to me, too!

laugh

One has to keep in mind that during Jesus' time and for some time after, the Roman Empire was considered the great Satan. They condemned the Roman's penchant for using young boys for sexual gratification not because it was homosexual, but because it subjugated young boys. It was a social justice issue - again.
Posted by: polymerase

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 04:36 PM

And the epistles were the wives of the apostles. Which begat what? Weepistles?
Posted by: carp

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 06:10 PM

Originally Posted By: yoyo52
Joan of Arc was Noah's wife.

laugh laugh laugh laugh laugh

I'd never heard that one--dumb old me!


No just that 10% and I guess ya one of them

Ten percent believed Joan of Arc was Noah's wife. Many even thought the epistles were the wives of the apostles.

I mean just dating from the floods to Joan or Arc, is a huge clue that = Nada.

I know ya just kidding YoYo
Posted by: DLC

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 06:33 PM

Quote:
Joan of Arc was Noah's wife.

Wasn't she the one working the rudder ? wink
and when she looked back was turned into saltwater ? laugh
Posted by: Papa

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 06:43 PM

What was the exact date of the flood and how was it determined?
Posted by: MacBozo

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 06:55 PM

Shoot! I thought it was saltwater taffy!
Posted by: polymerase

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 06:56 PM

Originally Posted By: Papa
What was the exact date of the flood and how was it determined?


High tide line on the dinosaur saddles. Not contiguous with Joan since her outfit would have rusted.
Posted by: carp

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 07:02 PM

Originally Posted By: polymerase
Originally Posted By: Papa
What was the exact date of the flood and how was it determined?


High tide line on the dinosaur saddles. Not contiguous with Joan since her outfit would have rusted.


LOL

Right

Not to mentioned the hoards of Inhumanity after the flood. So you can question did the flood work? ? NOPE.
Posted by: Papa

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 07:08 PM

This guy leaves out the dinos and gets right to the heart of the matter. He uses accepted scientific methods too.

http://www.bible.ca/b-bible-chronology-hasel.htm
Posted by: VarmintBlubber

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/04/10 07:42 PM

Hoards of humanity?

Another Carpism is born.
Posted by: Celandine

Re: While we're on the subject du jour - 10/05/10 12:20 AM

Originally Posted By: DLC
Quote:
Joan of Arc was Noah's wife.

Wasn't she the one working the rudder ? wink
and when she looked back was turned into saltwater ? laugh


NO, you Ignernt Heathen!
She turned into a Pillow Of Salt!