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This is so awesome. I wonder how many episodes they have? His life was too short
BornToBeRed said: WPS, just a head's up. We might be the most family-friendly board on the network, so take it easy on your normal wps-ness.
After watching the Moses part it reminded me of how childish and stupid many religious people are if they actually believe those ridiculous stories.
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Didnt see that episode. I would have loved to. I really want to visit Rome one day. I would want to see jeruselum even if I'm not jewish, but it seems to be more dangerous there.
OP is a puss who whined to his homeboard mod to get me banned. Stay classy OP. Stay classy.
Jews don't take the stories of the Old Testament literally. Just nutty Christians do.
...and that's why all Jews are rich.
Instead of trolling you mercilessly I'll just help you out and say that if you clicked the guide then it says part 4 of 5....so one more.
never did as you said, and never said anything outside of what I said in the open. You got yourself banned. I respect the way you have stalked me since. Have a good day.
How did the producers of The Bible know Satan was a Kenyan Muslim?
Good. Glad to see we're still friends. We still on for dinner tomorrow?
Duh. Fox News.
It's actually kind of scary tbh.
You mean kinda like this post?
His post was childish and kinda stupid, he was just going out of his way to be insulting, there was no need for his comment, but like an immature child he had to say his piece.
My favorite part.
1. God hardens the pharoh's heart so he won't do what god wants him to do.
2. God gets frustrated because the pharoh won't do what god wants him to do.
I know right? How will our society survive the religion that shaped it?
Not that you have any interest in actually trying to understand, but here you go...
Isn't God compassionate toward all men - even sinners? And if so, how could He harden Pharoah's heart while simultaneously loving him and feeling compassion for him?
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You think religion is what shaped our modern society in America?
Understand what, why 'The Bible' is on the history channel? Well MTV doesn't play music anymore, so it's not like the history channel is obligated to show stuff that actually happened.
Christianity is one of the primary things that shaped Western Civilization. It and the fallout of it are every where in our civilization including law, language, architecture, government, social norms...all over the place.
Yes because the article clearly is trying to explain to you why "The Bible" is on the History Channel.
You are just trolling now.
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Exodus 7:3:3 " 3 And I will harden Pharaoh’s heart, and multiply my signs and my wonders in the land of Egypt."
1 Sam 6:6 "Why do you harden your hearts as the Egyptians and Pharaoh did?"
It's almost like this book contradicts itself...hmmm who knew?
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