Pretty sure, yes. The plural would be something like "va'yarshu." Compare Lev. 20:24, God speaking to the Israelites as a whole: "Atem tirshu et admatam": "You shall possess their land." If it wasn't singular, the older translations would not have translated it as "he."
Lol, never thought of it like that.
Almost. It was translated into the Septuagint as "parthenos" and the error kept perpetuating itself through time and translation. Note that the virgin birth is recounted only at Matthew 1:18-25 and Luke 1:26-38. Why this invidious omission from Mark, the earliest Gospel, and John, the latest?
How do you know Ghetchimanitou is fake?
great on pizza
"There is no denying that there is a movement in atheism to advance
I'd like to give her a swift kick in the @ss
That depends where on the somebody it ends up.
Interesting law Indiana has there. Essentially, a minor cannot be prosecuted as adult for attempted murder just murder if intended victim dies.
Based on preliminary analysis, the average annual temperature for the contiguous U.S. was 54.6?F, 2.6?F above the 20th century average. This was the third warmest year since record keeping began in 1895, behind 2012 (55.3?F) and 2016 (54.9?F), and the 21st consecutive warmer-than-average year for the U.S. (1997 through 2017). The five warmest years on record for the contiguous U.S. have all occurred since 2006. Since 1895, the CONUS has observed an average temperature increase of 1.5?F per century. Nationally, the average minimum (low) temperature was 42.8?F, the fourth warmest on record, while the average maximum (high) temperature was 66.4?F, the fifth warmest on record.
As a person without kids of my own, yet has them in my house fairly often...The workload around the house increases exponentially with kids around. Lots more laundry, picking up clothes they've thrown down in the livingroom, shoes everywhere, empty containers and other trash that you know you've already told them to throw away only a million times before...
I missed this. My bad.
"Of course we do."
Taken together with definition 2.
The laws that govern who gets served in the public marketplace were not written by LGBTQ people. They actually were passed because of racial discrimination. I support peoples right to obey the law, if you wish to change the law, have at it. If you want to live in a society, you have to make compromises. If your views/convictions are that strong, then either don't start a business, or make it by subscription only, then you can limit your cliental as you wish.
They used a lunar calendar.
Nope. He is in the grave if he actually existed. We know this because he said he would return in his generation and did not.
Oh, I can be. Ask my husband.
Heels, undies, and my glasses ??
Oh I agree
"The guy is an idiot." - and you're qualifications for determining that are...what, exactly? You read wikipedia a few times? Bart Ehrman's a distinguished historian (James A. Gray Distinguished Professor) at North Carolina and got his Ph.D studying under the extremely influential Greek textual critic Bruce Metzger.
Its true. They know, but like many of us, they are beholden to fossil fuels. Not an excuse just the fact. The thing I find most amusing about the climate change debate, is that there are many religious people who deny. If you believe god created this planet for us, don't you think we should take care of it as good stewards of gods creation?
Descriptive language? You mean where he stated outright that terms like "code" were not synonyms, metaphors, or analogies?
I think the best way to manage is to imagine how you would react if the shoe was on the other foot.
I'm of the mind that even if something somehow resides outside our universe, if it interacts with us it has to be at least partially inside our universe. I don't know if another universe can enter ours, and if it can't the only way I can think of for it to interact with us is to pass something from it to our universe. That thing, like the asteroid, might not be native to our universe, but the base laws of (whatever you would call whatever the universe resides in) allows it to happen, so it's natural.
New improved Iran deal and Trumpcare coming any day now, right?
People know all to well how to sail to their personal islands. The problem is that they torch the boat, and map home, once they strand themselves there.
My take is that of Dr. Steven Meyers: The crucial distinction is between variations on existing information, and the creation of new information. So I don't have any firm opinions on how much pre-existing species may vary. What I think my perspective as a design engineer gives me clear insight into, is that the root mechanisms of random mutations filtered by natural selection is just technical nonsense. It's not even clear the words even reduce to a clear technical concept. What is a "mutation", for instance, without some intent for the duplication process? So perhaps evolution theory itself doesn't even mean anything except in a design context. What is natural selection, other than an after-the-fact record of what remained? It really all boils down to "sh*t happens", and that ain't exactly a science formula. In my opinion, evolution is just a very wordy statement of the age old option that "it just happened". Nothing more than that.
I don't own the channel and I wouldn't want to be accused of wanting to shut you up. But if I did own the channel, then I'd talk to you about your conduct.
aleichem shalom Michael!