Mandrinnd

Staunton, IL

#463 Aug 3, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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For instance?
oh my gosh ,do.I really need to give links ,pick up a history textbook, most eurpean nations throughout history ,Rome fell and then rose again ,Greece as well ,even the u.s.a. had a sort of fall and then rising same goes for China .Do they teach none of this at your bible school you claim you went to ?

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#464 Aug 3, 2013
Mandrinnd wrote:
<quoted text> oh my gosh ,do.I really need to give links ,pick up a history textbook, most eurpean nations throughout history ,Rome fell and then rose again ,Greece as well ,even the u.s.a. had a sort of fall and then rising same goes for China .Do they teach none of this at your bible school you claim you went to ?
How many Nations disappeared and were reborn? Don't know?
Mandrinnd

Staunton, IL

#465 Aug 3, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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How many Nations disappeared and were reborn? Don't know?
Poland ,disappeared then reappeared. Would you like to try again?
buzz off

Lenoir, NC

#466 Aug 3, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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How many Nations disappeared and were reborn? Don't know?
Almost every single European nation has been conquered then reborn, the Romans conquered most of Europe and all hope was lost for a time with the exception of Germany which simply managed to fend off the Romans because they were not really an organized nation but different tribes and because of the Rhine river. The Germans conquered Rome then in our time most of Europe, the middle east and most of north Africa. The French, Spanish and English have all traded lands back and forth in battle. Latin America was conquered by the Spanish only to see them by ran out generations later. Russia was all but conquered by Napoleon until mother nature reclaimed it for the Russians. I wont even begin to start on Middle Eastern, African or Asian nations that have fallen then came back. Pick up a history book instead of just the one bible once in a while.
buzz off

Lenoir, NC

#467 Aug 3, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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I don't need the Book to say you are without hope and will lose all you love forever! Just stating FACTS!
According to your own bible no one is without hope. Sad that I understand your book better than you... no?
Mandrinnd

Staunton, IL

#468 Aug 4, 2013
buzz off wrote:
<quoted text>Almost every single European nation has been conquered then reborn, the Romans conquered most of Europe and all hope was lost for a time with the exception of Germany which simply managed to fend off the Romans because they were not really an organized nation but different tribes and because of the Rhine river. The Germans conquered Rome then in our time most of Europe, the middle east and most of north Africa. The French, Spanish and English have all traded lands back and forth in battle. Latin America was conquered by the Spanish only to see them by ran out generations later. Russia was all but conquered by Napoleon until mother nature reclaimed it for the Russians. I wont even begin to start on Middle Eastern, African or Asian nations that have fallen then came back. Pick up a history book instead of just the one bible once in a while.
very nicely said, I just didn't have enough examples at hand.

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#469 Aug 6, 2013
Mandrinnd wrote:
<quoted text> Poland ,disappeared then reappeared. Would you like to try again?
The Nation of Poland disappeared from the map?

Since: Jul 12

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#470 Aug 6, 2013
buzz off wrote:
<quoted text>Almost every single European nation has been conquered then reborn, the Romans conquered most of Europe and all hope was lost for a time with the exception of Germany which simply managed to fend off the Romans because they were not really an organized nation but different tribes and because of the Rhine river. The Germans conquered Rome then in our time most of Europe, the middle east and most of north Africa. The French, Spanish and English have all traded lands back and forth in battle. Latin America was conquered by the Spanish only to see them by ran out generations later. Russia was all but conquered by Napoleon until mother nature reclaimed it for the Russians. I wont even begin to start on Middle Eastern, African or Asian nations that have fallen then came back. Pick up a history book instead of just the one bible once in a while.
They ceased to exist?

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#471 Aug 6, 2013
buzz off wrote:
<quoted text>According to your own bible no one is without hope. Sad that I understand your book better than you... no?
Your Biblical IGNORANCE noted.

Matthew 12:31-32 (NKJV)
31 "Therefore I say to you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven men. 32 Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man, it will be forgiven him; but whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit, it will not be forgiven him, either in this age or in the age to come.
read history

Enfield, IL

#472 Aug 6, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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They ceased to exist?
Yes so has many nations over the course of time. Apparently history books are written by the devil since you won't read them.
read history

Enfield, IL

#473 Aug 6, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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The Nation of Poland disappeared from the map?
Yes it has and in fact is hasn't always been Poland so has many many other nations. If you're dumb enough to ask did the land mass of Poland completely disappear from the map well no and neither did israel dipwad.

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#474 Aug 6, 2013
read history wrote:
<quoted text>Yes so has many nations over the course of time. Apparently history books are written by the devil since you won't read them.
Yes? Proof please!

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#475 Aug 6, 2013
read history wrote:
<quoted text>Yes it has and in fact is hasn't always been Poland so has many many other nations. If you're dumb enough to ask did the land mass of Poland completely disappear from the map well no and neither did israel dipwad.
Proof please!
buzz off

Lenoir, NC

#476 Aug 6, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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Yes? Proof please!
Well here is few since you are obviously to illiterate to read.

Abyssinia: The name of Ethiopia until the early 20th century.

Austria-Hungary: A monarchy (also known as the Austro-Hungarian Empire) that was established in 1867 and included not just Austria and Hungary, but also parts of the Czech Republic, Poland, Italy, Romania, and the Balkans. The empire collapsed at the end of World War I.

Bengal: An independent kingdom from 1338-1539, now part of Bangladesh and India.

Catalonia: This autonomous region of Spain was independent from 1932-1934 and 1936-1939.

Champa: Located in south and central Vietnam from the 7th century through 1832.

Corsica: This Mediterranean island was ruled by various nations over the course of history but had several brief periods of independence. Today, Corsica is a department of France.

Czechoslovakia: Peacefully split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993.

Gran Colombia: A South American country that included what is now Colombia, Panama, Venezuela, and Ecuador from 1819-1830. Gran Colombia ceased to exist when Venezuela and Ecuador seceded.

Hawaii: Though a kingdom for hundreds of years, Hawaii wasn't recognized as an independent country until the 1840s. The country was annexed to the U.S. in 1898.

Newfoundland: From 1907 to 1949, Newfoundland existed as the self-governing Dominion of Newfoundland. In 1949, Newfoundland joined Canada as a province.

North Yemen and South Yemen: Yemen split in 1967 into two countries, North Yemen (a.k.a. Yemen Arab Republic) and South Yemen (a.k.a. People's Democratic Republic of Yemen). However, in 1990 the two rejoined to form a unified Yemen.

Ottoman Empire: Also known as the Turkish Empire, this empire began around 1300 and expanded to include parts of contemporary Russia, Turkey, Hungary, the Balkans, northern Africa, and the Middle East. The Ottoman Empire ceased to exist in 1923 when Turkey declared independence from what remained of the empire.

Persia: The Persian Empire extended from the Mediterranean Sea to India. Modern Persia was founded in the sixteenth century and later became known as Iran.

Prussia: Became a Duchy in 1660 and a kingdom in the following century. At its greatest extent it included the northern two-thirds of Germany and western Poland. Prussia, by World War II a federal unit of Germany, was fully disbanded at the end of World War II.(SEE THIS ABOUT POLAND)

Scotland, Wales, and England: Despite recent advances in autonomy, part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, both Scotland and Wales were independent nations that were merged with England to form the U.K.

Sikkim: Now part of far northern India, Sikkim was an independent monarchy from the 17th century until 1975.

Southwest Africa: Gained independence and became Namibia in 1990.

Texas: The Republic of Texas gained independence from Mexico in 1836 and existed as an independent country until annexation to the United States in 1845.

Cont;
buzz off

Lenoir, NC

#477 Aug 6, 2013
Tibet: A kingdom established in the 7th century, Tibet was invaded by China in 1950 and has since been known as the Xizang Autonomous Region of China.

Transjordan: Became the independend kingdom of Jordan in 1946.

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR): Broke into fifteen new countries in 1991: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldovia, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. Before this you had the Royal Russian family that ruled before the Russian revolution.

United Arab Republic: From 1958 to 1961, non-neighbors Syria and Egypt merged to become a unified country. In 1961 Syria abandoned the alliance but Egypt kept the name United Arab Republic itself for another decade.

Vermont: In 1777 Vermont declared independence and existed as an independent country until 1791, when it became the first state to enter the United States after the thirteen colonies.

West Florida, Free Independent Republic of: Parts of Florida, MIssissippi, and Louisana were independent for ninety days in 1810.

Yugoslavia: The original Yugoslavia divided up into Bosnia, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro, and Slovenia in the early 1990s.

Of course this is a recent history and a very short list of former nations that no longer exist.
buzz off

Lenoir, NC

#478 Aug 6, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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Proof please!
What, you have to be joking. I will ask you to show me proof that anything you quote out of the bible is true then.
buzz off

Lenoir, NC

#479 Aug 6, 2013
Mandrinnd wrote:
<quoted text> very nicely said, I just didn't have enough examples at hand.
No problem but arguing with someone this brainwashed is an exercise in futility. They are so blinded by the need to belong to something bigger and validate all they believe in that you would do better to talk to a stump. They rarely cause problems unless they group up then they tend to do things like burn people at stakes for being witches, persecute entire groups of people and commit mass genocide... see Nazi Germany or the crusades for a good example there. Ask the Native Americans what they do when they "spread the gospel" which is another example of Nations completely wiped off the face of the earth.

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#480 Aug 6, 2013
buzz off wrote:
<quoted text>Well here is few since you are obviously to illiterate to read.
Abyssinia: The name of Ethiopia until the early 20th century.
Austria-Hungary: A monarchy (also known as the Austro-Hungarian Empire) that was established in 1867 and included not just Austria and Hungary, but also parts of the Czech Republic, Poland, Italy, Romania, and the Balkans. The empire collapsed at the end of World War I.
Bengal: An independent kingdom from 1338-1539, now part of Bangladesh and India.
Catalonia: This autonomous region of Spain was independent from 1932-1934 and 1936-1939.
Champa: Located in south and central Vietnam from the 7th century through 1832.
Corsica: This Mediterranean island was ruled by various nations over the course of history but had several brief periods of independence. Today, Corsica is a department of France.
Czechoslovakia: Peacefully split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993.
Gran Colombia: A South American country that included what is now Colombia, Panama, Venezuela, and Ecuador from 1819-1830. Gran Colombia ceased to exist when Venezuela and Ecuador seceded.
Hawaii: Though a kingdom for hundreds of years, Hawaii wasn't recognized as an independent country until the 1840s. The country was annexed to the U.S. in 1898.
Newfoundland: From 1907 to 1949, Newfoundland existed as the self-governing Dominion of Newfoundland. In 1949, Newfoundland joined Canada as a province.
North Yemen and South Yemen: Yemen split in 1967 into two countries, North Yemen (a.k.a. Yemen Arab Republic) and South Yemen (a.k.a. People's Democratic Republic of Yemen). However, in 1990 the two rejoined to form a unified Yemen.
Ottoman Empire: Also known as the Turkish Empire, this empire began around 1300 and expanded to include parts of contemporary Russia, Turkey, Hungary, the Balkans, northern Africa, and the Middle East. The Ottoman Empire ceased to exist in 1923 when Turkey declared independence from what remained of the empire.
Persia: The Persian Empire extended from the Mediterranean Sea to India. Modern Persia was founded in the sixteenth century and later became known as Iran.
Prussia: Became a Duchy in 1660 and a kingdom in the following century. At its greatest extent it included the northern two-thirds of Germany and western Poland. Prussia, by World War II a federal unit of Germany, was fully disbanded at the end of World War II.(SEE THIS ABOUT POLAND)
Scotland, Wales, and England: Despite recent advances in autonomy, part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, both Scotland and Wales were independent nations that were merged with England to form the U.K.
Sikkim: Now part of far northern India, Sikkim was an independent monarchy from the 17th century until 1975.
Southwest Africa: Gained independence and became Namibia in 1990.
Texas: The Republic of Texas gained independence from Mexico in 1836 and existed as an independent country until annexation to the United States in 1845.
Cont;
Israel ceased to exist. It is back. This is the terminal generation.

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#481 Aug 6, 2013
buzz off wrote:
<quoted text>What, you have to be joking. I will ask you to show me proof that anything you quote out of the bible is true then.
What do you want to know? This is the terminal generation.
buzz off

Lenoir, NC

#482 Aug 6, 2013
dollarsbill wrote:
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What do you want to know? This is the terminal generation.
Well I responded with the proof you asked for so I would assume you would respond in kind instead of just repeating the same thing you have been saying. Yeah that's what I thought.

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