Bible study rules for public schools proposed

Feb 10, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Courier-Journal

FRANKFORT, Ky. - The state would create rules for teaching about the Bible in public high schools under a bill filed Monday by three Democratic senators.

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harpocrates wrote:
<quoted text>mysteries = occult knowledge
occult terms in the nt
Romans 8:38
For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come,
Ephesians 3:10
To the intent that now unto the principalities and powers in heavenly places might be known by the church the manifold wisdom of God,
Ephesians 6:12
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
Colossians 1:16
For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him:
Colossians 2:15
And having spoiled principalities and powers, he made a shew of them openly, triumphing over them in it.
Titus 3:1
Put them in mind to be subject to principalities and powers, to obey magistrates, to be ready to every good work,
he wasn't the only one either
jude uses the terms dominion and power too
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john the revelator was an occultist/kabbalist.
john the revelator was also a kabbalist given his inferences to terms in kabbalah
666 = base mind
1000 = conqueror
crown = kether is mentioned 9 times in revelation = fiery heavens remember they will burn with fervent heat
wisdom = chochmah is mentioned 4 times in revelation = twelve tribes or a complete revolution
glory = hod is mentioned 18 times in revelation = mercury
understanding = binah is mentioned in 13:18 = saturn the scythe bearer = satan the gatherer/harvester with the fan
Luke 3:17 Whose fan is in his hand, and he will throughly purge his floor, and will gather the wheat into his garner; but the chaff he will burn with fire unquenchable.
abyss(bottomless pit)= ein sof is mentioned 9 times. fyi 9 is perfection of the spirit and the abyss is first mentioned in ch. 9 vers 1. the UNCREATED CREATOR or FORMLESS ONE
The Zohar explains the term "Ein Sof" as follows:
Before He gave any shape to the world, before He produced any form, He was alone, without form and without resemblance to anything else. Who then can comprehend how He was before the Creation? Hence it is forbidden to lend Him any form or similitude, or even to call Him by His sacred name, or to indicate Him by a single letter or a single point.... But after He created the form of the Heavenly Man, He used him as a chariot wherein to descend, and He wishes to be called after His form, which is the sacred name 'YHWH'.
foundation = jesod is mentioned 4 times in revelation = moon
victory = netsah is mentioned in rev 15:2 = venus
kingdom = malchuth is mentioned 6 times in revelations = elements
twelve tribes = zodiac is mentioned 10 times in revelation
You can not prove anything to some one who does not believe in your cult by quoting your cults bible
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"So you say but cannot demonstrate" - Q
You will not find it... unless you SEEK it!
But... even Moses stumbled across a burning bush...
PLACED on his path!
LOL
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Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>What if your lusting for knowledge? Do you know what the word "lust" means? It means intense emotional desire. But I can see how your dirty mind works.
Proverbs
1:7 The fear of the LORD [is] the beginning of knowledge:[but]
fools despise wisdom and instruction.
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Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>The reports of Obama supporters jumping ship have been grossly exaggerated. Note the claim was before the election,yet Obama still beat Mitt by a long shot.
Sure...
That's why he can't even get a budget passed in the senate!
He needs to be Impeached!

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Wrong again Sparky wrote:
<quoted text>Hmmmm!
I did guess wrong!
I traded my Atari for the TRS 80, I went from Commodore 64 to an IBM 36-37 programming for an Ins. co. After that I owned my own business selling computers to cities, and schools!
Now I re-mod homes...
Those "fishmongers and sheep herders" had it way better that we do today!
They "Lived" their lives free from the Garbage we have today!
The "good ol' days" never existed. As far as debasing yourself before sheets of dried reed pulp, you know what they say... GIGO.

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KittenKoder wrote:
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Even wounds we saw happen are often misrepresented in the memory, many events are, actually. As time goes on, the longer you live, the less likely you are to remember any specific event and the greater the chances of you remembering them incorrectly....
Radiolab had a great show (which ones aren't great?) on memory a few years back.
http://www.radiolab.org/2007/jun/07/

to download the podcast:
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/audio...

Fascinating stuff.
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And everyones right to thought, freedom of expression, and opinion end, when you post your stupidity?
Now, now...
He has the right to post all the "Stupid" stuff he wants to!
Post on SP... Prove to us, just how stupid you are!
Wrong again Sparky

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Satanic Priest wrote:
The christian cult's morals are that they do not kill or steal because their god is watching but they rape children because the bible does not say they can not do that
You are the nastiest poster on topix... that is no doubt!
And you say we have no morals?
Keep on posting...
You prove God, and the Bible to be true with EVERY post!
Thanks again!
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curious wrote:
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This "Imaginary Friend ,as you call him,is my Best Friend.
This Imaginary Friend has helped me resolve some Real life problems
that I've had to face when no one else was able to help me
But ,that is what Best Frieds are for..
This Imaginary Friend has also made me become very aware of the many faults I posses,has helped me deal with them and has given me a Peace of mind that I had never experienced before.
As he said" My Peace I leave with You,not as the world knows it"
He has been my Friend and advisor.
The only payment he requires is that I be obedient to his teachings,which have proven themselves to be excellent.
let me ask you ;
Do you have a friend that you can compare to my "Imaginary Friend"?
Amen! Thank you Jesus!
You are Far from imaginary!
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Quantummist wrote:
Awwwe! So cute!
Love those eyes!

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Ye of lil Understanding wrote:
<quoted text>No!
Over yer head...
God's Grace let him live to find him, as you live...
Make yourself right with the Lord... OUR end comes soon!
Not over my head. You make the claim that a guy was spared by God for a few months so that he could make peace with God. People live and they die - what their religious status is at the time makes no difference whatsoever. Your fantasy fails. It was not worth acknowledging then, and is only worth a mention now to illuminate the glaring fallacy in your (loosely called) "train of thought".
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Yiago wrote:
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You know, most Christians are not gay bashers. Its just that the ones who do it are loud and stupid.
According to Gallup, the acceptance of homosexual relationships as normal is over 54% now. Among the younger generation, born in 2000 or after, it is way over 70% or 80%.
If Christianity is going to survive it is going to have to ditch some of these hateful old ideas about human sexuality. Do you remember that insane preacher last year that said we should put gay men behind a fence and lesbians behind another fence? What an idiot. Then there was another pastor who said the government should kill homosexuals, according to the Bible.
Knuckle dragging goofheads like that need to go away. And they will, in time. I'm sure we'll always have some minority of total a**hats but on the whole it is getting better.
It is good that you think this way. It is good that you are not one of the nutters calling for gays to be killed or imprisoned.
"According to Gallup, the acceptance of homosexual relationships as normal is over 54% now. Among the younger generation, born in 2000 or after, it is way over 70% or 80%."
Now That's "Indoctrination"!

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<quoted text>Wow, you really didn't even pay attention anything I explained at all, you just want this to be a miracle so much you are willing to avoid all possible answers just so you can still tell yourself it is a miracle. Here are a few facts that should shed some light onto things, but I doubt you will even understand why they happen:

99% of all wounds are unknown to the person, even scratches and cuts will often never be noticed by the living organism, including humans. Even cuts in areas we commonly look at go unnoticed, such as on the hands. Often they heal, even scar, without us ever noticing until one day we notice a small scar of one and can't recall ever getting hurt there.

Most wounds that are "stitched" up by doctors do not actually require stitches, it's a precaution actually, to help reduce the risk of infection ... at least that's what they once thought. Turns out stitches are responsible for more infections than without, thus now doctors prefer to use the medical tape in place of stitches today, or staples if the wound is unable to remain closed with tape.

Even wounds we saw happen are often misrepresented in the memory, many events are, actually. As time goes on, the longer you live, the less likely you are to remember any specific event and the greater the chances of you remembering them incorrectly. This is a compression algorithm employed by the brain itself, so everyone will have this happen. When an event matches another close enough, instead of recording the new event, the brain simply alters some details with the old event to blend the two. A very well known, and understood, phenomenon. Technically, most senility is caused by boredom.

..... that's just a small portion of the facts your "miracle" ignores, a very small portion.
No you're right, I don't understand the relevance of this to the story I relayed.
Stitches or no stitches, wounds that bad do not heal that quickly.
And you're talking about the human brain forgetting the details over a long period of time. I'm talking 18 hours.

It isn't that I just want it to be a miracle so bad. It is that you cannot accept what happened and are trying to convince me that it didn't.

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KittenKoder wrote:
<quoted text>A child's story based on their memory of the event, assuming they are even being honest and not trying to get attention from adults since I know the Mormons hate actually listening to them ... ironically a crayon drawing from a child would be more reliable, but I gave you a small increase in the quality of the evidence you presented. Then you just ran with assumptions without ever actually looking into it or simply doing what any rational mind would. You considered it a miracle just because you wanted it to be.
Mormons hate listening to children? Please justify this absurd comment.

And no, I am not just going off of the child's story. I am looking at all the evidence. The father's story, the mother's story, the blood on the carpet and clothes of the father and son, the scar on the ear that still has a blood stain around it, the EMT that arrived at the scene minutes later, and the child's story of what happened all tell the story in harmony with each other. Where are my assumptions?

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Quantummist wrote:
<quoted text>They have never stopped evolving... even human have Never stopped evolving... Just a few hundred years ago the Average human was several inches shorter than the Average human today... Our genetic makeup has been altered by our own technological advancements and ability to mix with previously separated populations.. But we as a species have lived in a fairly stable eco system for 1000's of years so change is very slow because environmental pressures do not force faster adaptations.. But placed in a Drastically different environment that rate of change speeds up Dramatically.. For example when humans are placed in space under zero G our bodies drop calcium very fast and muscle mass deteriorates.. Not that's not a problem except that you have to come back to earth and such adaptation could kill you if allowed to continue.. but place a small group of humans in space for several generations and the offspring might not even be recognizable as Human Being...
What is the purpose of us growing taller today? Basketball? To reach things on the tallest shelf?

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Yiago wrote:
<quoted text>Oh man, that's great! And it is SOOO in keeping with the way the LDS works in the first place. Hide the bits you don't want to look at, focus on the stuff you do want to look at, and pretend it is something that it clearly is not!

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Joseph Smith and his Amazing Hat Trick. For 10% of everything you earn we will teach it to you.
Tithing is a concept older that Abraham. You can't pin that one on Smith.

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Yiago wrote:
<quoted text>Dude, my kid FREAKS OUT over a bug bite. If he sees blood he goes into fits. Why is it impossible to you that this was a case of a much less significant wound that bled a lot and a whole lot of people freaked out by it?

In retrospect we can paint events in just about any light we want. In controlled studies people show that they have terrible memories or that their ability to notice things is not very good. Check this one out:

http://bigthink.com/videos/missing-the-200-po...

If people can miss the gorilla in the video or the woman with the umbrella then why do you think the ear situation was reported accurately? Our brains are amazing machines but we have a much higher opinion of our memory and ability to evaluate situations than we should have.

We reject your miracle because all evidence and reason screams that it is not what you think it is. Why would I ignore this fact and put faith in your idea? If my best friend told me a similar story I would not think it was a miracle. I would think he misread the whole event.
The kid didn't freak over the ear dangling. He couldn't see that. He freaked over all the blood. The father and the mother both saw the condition of the ear in plain daylight. The ear was held on by the part closest to the lobe. The top of the ear was dangling upside down below the lobe. No way to see that incorrectly and say it isn't as bad as it seems. The wound was significant as it was near complete amputation.
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Quantummist wrote:
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If Chihuahua's evolved from Wolves why do we still have Wolves?
Good question. Why have some wolves "evolved" to chihuahua's while others have not. Chinese bonsai methods would not be applicable, as human intervention would not constitute natural evolution.

So your answer is?
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-NEPHILIM- wrote:
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I've smoked Hindu Kush before. One of the better Indica strains out there. It's an amazing plant.
Short growing season at exceptional southern regional elevations, in the lands perhaps.
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Prefers the sons going to schools, where there's some actual beneficial educational diversity in instruction happening, for future societal well being.

It helps when it comes to reading books, like the Bible, and whatever other books may be essential in future developement of intelligence and characters of decency.

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