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    29 Nov '11 03:35
    More on a much discussed subject. Not that trinitarins will read this but here ya go....

    http://branemrys.blogspot.com/2006/03/newton-against-trinity.html


    http://www.christadelphia.org/trinityhistory.htm

    http://www.heraldmag.org/olb/contents/doctrine/the%20origin%20of%20the%20trinity.htm

    http://www.religionfacts.com/christianity/beliefs/trinity.htm

    http://examiningthetrinity.blogspot.com/2009/09/history-of-christian-trinity-hist-part.html

    http://www.prudentialpublishing.info/trinity_doctrine_origins.htm
  2. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    29 Nov '11 03:371 edit
    Originally posted by galveston75
    More on a much discussed subject. Not that trinitarins will read this but here ya go....

    http://branemrys.blogspot.com/2006/03/newton-against-trinity.html


    http://www.christadelphia.org/trinityhistory.htm

    http://www.heraldmag.org/olb/contents/doctrine/the%20origin%20of%20the%20trinity.htm

    http://www.religionfacts.com/christianity/beliefs/tri ...[text shortened]... tian-trinity-hist-part.html

    http://www.prudentialpublishing.info/trinity_doctrine_origins.htm
    I'm not looking up those sites (sorry)
    I'm just interested in the op title.

    (As I mentioned in another post, being bored is preferable to a lot of other states of mind that a human can experience). What's your angle here? (or do I have to goto the links to find out?)
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    29 Nov '11 03:41
    Originally posted by galveston75
    More on a much discussed subject. Not that trinitarins will read this but here ya go....

    http://branemrys.blogspot.com/2006/03/newton-against-trinity.html


    http://www.christadelphia.org/trinityhistory.htm

    http://www.heraldmag.org/olb/contents/doctrine/the%20origin%20of%20the%20trinity.htm

    http://www.religionfacts.com/christianity/beliefs/tri ...[text shortened]... tian-trinity-hist-part.html

    http://www.prudentialpublishing.info/trinity_doctrine_origins.htm
    Testing reply on a kindle fire my wife's. Not a trinitarian or any kind of Arian but suggest you may be less bored on a different subject man this touch keyboard is hard.
  4. Standard memberRJHinds
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    29 Nov '11 03:561 edit
    Originally posted by JS357
    Testing reply on a kindle fire my wife's. Not a trinitarian or any kind of Arian but suggest you may be less bored on a different subject man this touch keyboard is hard.
    I am thinking about getting the cheapest Kindle for my wife. She likes
    to read romance books. I'm apparently am not romantic enough for her
    anymore.
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    29 Nov '11 03:57
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    I'm not looking up those sites (sorry)
    I'm just interested in the op title.

    (As I mentioned in another post, being bored is preferable to a lot of other states of mind that a human can experience). What's your angle here? (or do I have to goto the links to find out?)
    No angle just bored... If your not interested then that's fine too.
  6. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    29 Nov '11 04:03
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    I am thinking about getting the cheapest Kindle for my wife. She likes
    to read romance books. I'm apparently am not romantic enough for her
    anymore.
    Well buddy, you'd better shape up then ๐Ÿ˜€. The last time I checked, it was quite important to be "romantic" in a r'ship.
    Then again there are a lot of factors ( a lot of variables in your r'ship, that I dont know)
    She might be asking for the kind of romance that is just way over the top or just too hard for you to conjure up. Although I guess you have been married for awhile now, so your wife should have a reasonable expectation of what your capable of.

    (I hope I haven't offended you with my post here as I am just guessing a few things here in answering you, and will happily retract anything that is not right)
  7. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    29 Nov '11 04:08
    Originally posted by galveston75
    No angle just bored... If your not interested then that's fine too.
    I am interested why you are bored.

    Getting bored is sometimes a sign of intelligence (with "spiritual seekers"๐Ÿ˜‰ as their intellect can easily deal with many of the (spiritual)ideas "thrown" at them , and subsequently they get bored easily.
    This sort of boredom is actually a good sign that you are on the right track with your spirituality-or so my intuition tells me ๐Ÿ˜€

    I get the feeling that you dont want me to participate in this thread. Is this true? (Please be honest, I wont be offended if that is the case)
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    29 Nov '11 05:34
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    I am interested why you are bored.

    Getting bored is sometimes a sign of intelligence (with "spiritual seekers"๐Ÿ˜‰ as their intellect can easily deal with many of the (spiritual)ideas "thrown" at them , and subsequently they get bored easily.
    This sort of boredom is actually a good sign that you are on the right track with your spirituality-or so my ...[text shortened]... ate in this thread. Is this true? (Please be honest, I wont be offended if that is the case)
    No I'm just bored because the weather has been rainy and cold. Nothing more and nothing less. So sorry but no great mystery here today. ๐Ÿ™‚
    And you are welcome to make any comments you want but this was not just for you to read... But do so if you'd like.
  9. Standard memberkaroly aczel
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    29 Nov '11 06:13
    Originally posted by galveston75
    No I'm just bored because the weather has been rainy and cold. Nothing more and nothing less. So sorry but no great mystery here today. ๐Ÿ™‚
    And you are welcome to make any comments you want but this was not just for you to read... But do so if you'd like.
    Oh thank you-yes I like.
    The weather here has been quite hot. (If I wanted to complain, i could say that when I go into an air-conditioned supermarket the sweat on my body makes me cold, which is a real pain๐Ÿ˜ณ , but really, I cant complain about the weather. I'm even just 50m from the beach if I really need to cool off๐Ÿ˜€ )

    so you started a thread about being bored. You gotta expect some sort of rebuttal, should you not?

    What did you think of my previous comments about boredom? (of how it relates to intelligence?)
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    29 Nov '11 06:301 edit
    Originally posted by galveston75
    More on a much discussed subject. Not that trinitarins will read this but here ya go....

    http://branemrys.blogspot.com/2006/03/newton-against-trinity.html


    http://www.christadelphia.org/trinityhistory.htm

    http://www.heraldmag.org/olb/contents/doctrine/the%20origin%20of%20the%20trinity.htm

    http://www.religionfacts.com/christianity/beliefs/tri ...[text shortened]... tian-trinity-hist-part.html

    http://www.prudentialpublishing.info/trinity_doctrine_origins.htm
    Second, Newton notes that the Lamb in this vision is the object of worship, both alone and together with the one on the throne. This might at first seem to cause a problem for Newton's own view, but he has a clever response that is relevant to his jab at Trinitarianism in the General Scholium:



    Anyway proves nothing really as Newton even in his greatness was still fallible. I can find just as much stuff saying the opposite.

    Manny
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    29 Nov '11 07:02
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    Well buddy, you'd better shape up then ๐Ÿ˜€. The last time I checked, it was quite important to be "romantic" in a r'ship.
    Then again there are a lot of factors ( a lot of variables in your r'ship, that I dont know)
    She might be asking for the kind of romance that is just way over the top or just too hard for you to conjure up. Although I guess you ...[text shortened]... g a few things here in answering you, and will happily retract anything that is not right)
    The writers of those romance books have very good imaginations
    on what is romantic. I am more of a practical person interested
    in the truth, not fiction.
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    29 Nov '11 16:451 edit
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    Oh thank you-yes I like.
    The weather here has been quite hot. (If I wanted to complain, i could say that when I go into an air-conditioned supermarket the sweat on my body makes me cold, which is a real pain๐Ÿ˜ณ , but really, I cant complain about the weather. I'm even just 50m from the beach if I really need to cool off๐Ÿ˜€ )

    so you started a thread a ...[text shortened]...
    What did you think of my previous comments about boredom? (of how it relates to intelligence?)
    Oh sure I expect all kinds of comments and that's ok. And either I'm really dumb and can't find anything to do or I'm just supper smart and get bored with all the dumbness around me? Lol. I'm afraid it's probably a big bunch of the first.
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