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    15 Nov '09 03:03
    Site a verse and give your interpretation.

    Titus 3:10 - A man that is an heretic after the first and second admonition reject;

    Interpretation: Never argue with an idiot.
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    15 Nov '09 06:45
    Originally posted by josephw
    Site a verse and give your interpretation.

    Titus 3:10 - A man that is an heretic after the first and second admonition reject;

    Interpretation: Never argue with an idiot.
    Thats a rather odd interpretation. Are you saying that us atheists are all idiots if we don't convert after you admonish us twice?
    A better interpretation would be "don't waste your time, the guys too smart for you".
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    15 Nov '09 07:19
    Originally posted by josephw
    Site a verse and give your interpretation.

    Titus 3:10 - A man that is an heretic after the first and second admonition reject;

    Interpretation: Never argue with an idiot.
    You probably meant "cite" but show poor usage of modern English.

    To take a partial sentence from Titus and come up with this is quite the stretch. Do you even understand Anglo-Saxon?
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    16 Nov '09 16:271 edit
    Originally posted by josephw
    Site a verse and give your interpretation.

    Titus 3:10 - A man that is an heretic after the first and second admonition reject;

    Interpretation: Never argue with an idiot.
    Spot on. It reminds me of a verse in Proverbs which says something similar in that if you argue with a fool, after a while you begin to give him a certain degree of credibility in that their views are even worth arguing. You then make yourself look like a fool after a while.
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    18 Nov '09 15:191 edit
    hang on guys this is the fourth at josephw, he only wanted two
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    24 Nov '09 07:53
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    Thats a rather odd interpretation. Are you saying that us atheists are all idiots if we don't convert after you admonish us twice?
    A better interpretation would be "don't waste your time, the guys too smart for you".
    If I thought you were an idiot I wouldn't waste my time.

    But I just may be wasting my time if you're too smart for me. 😉
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    24 Nov '09 07:55
    Originally posted by Badwater
    You probably meant "cite" but show poor usage of modern English.

    To take a partial sentence from Titus and come up with this is quite the stretch. Do you even understand Anglo-Saxon?
    I misspelled a word. 🙄

    Strain at a gnat, swallow a camel.
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    24 Nov '09 07:57
    Originally posted by whodey
    Spot on. It reminds me of a verse in Proverbs which says something similar in that if you argue with a fool, after a while you begin to give him a certain degree of credibility in that their views are even worth arguing. You then make yourself look like a fool after a while.
    Yes. I remember that verse going on in here once. I looked it up. Makes perfect sense.
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    Common' folks. I thought we could have a little fun with this.

    This isn't meant to be so serious. Believe it or not I do have a sense of humor.

    Everything has a funny side to it don't you think?
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    30 Nov '09 22:56
    Originally posted by josephw
    Common' folks. I thought we could have a little fun with this.

    This isn't meant to be so serious. Believe it or not I do have a sense of humor.

    Everything has a funny side to it don't you think?
    Matthew 11:15 - He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.

    Interpretation: Hey, are you listening?
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