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    YouTube&feature=related

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=5fE4beY8LjU
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    23 Mar '12 03:56
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbCMWz5jkLQ&feature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5VHMcXjmwI
    Lol. "Always searching but never finding". You have no clue what the wild beast is much less what the mark means. If you did you would not have posted those silly meaningless links.
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    23 Mar '12 04:10
    Originally posted by galveston75
    Lol. "Always searching but never finding". You have no clue what the wild beast is much less what the mark means. If you did you would not have posted those silly meaningless links.
    You haven't got a better counter than that? HalleluYAH !!! 😏
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    23 Mar '12 04:15
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    You haven't got a better counter than that? HalleluYAH !!! 😏
    What argument have you made that posters are supposed to 'counter' or support?
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    23 Mar '12 04:48
    Originally posted by FMF
    What argument have you made that posters are supposed to 'counter' or support?
    How about this?

    http://www.beholdthebeast.com/islam__quran_and_666.htm
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    23 Mar '12 04:571 edit
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    Do you have an argument to present here? Too many of your YouTube clips and links have been silly, dead ends, or you haven't been able or willing to discuss them. Why not lay out something debatable or discussable?
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    23 Mar '12 05:27
    Originally posted by FMF
    Do you have an argument to present here? Too many of your YouTube clips and links have been silly, dead ends, or you haven't been able or willing to discuss them. Why not lay out something debatable or discussable?
    Discuss what you mean by them being silly or dead ends. Take the last link
    and let's eliminate what is silly and what you call dead ends in a logical manner.
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    23 Mar '12 05:291 edit
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    Discuss what you mean by them being silly or dead ends. Take the last link
    and let's eliminate what is silly and what you call dead ends in a logical manner.
    describe what you think you learned from that link in our own words and we can go from there.
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    Originally posted by RJHinds
    Discuss what you mean by them being silly or dead ends.
    Your links in general. Trading YouTube clips and opinions of people who are not actual members of this community and are not here to argue their corner if a debate ensues, does not amount to any more than a dead end in terms of discussion.
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    23 Mar '12 05:37
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    Take the last link and let's eliminate what is silly and what you call dead ends in a logical manner.
    What is it? Some anti-Muslim web site that someone somewhere has put on the net? So what? Everybody knows your views on Islam. There is no Muslim here to debate you. There are just as many blogs out there that are pro-Islam or authored by devotees of Islam as there are those criticizing it. What is the purpose of this thread? Everybody here knows that you label most things you dislike, disagree with or do not understand, including many fellow Christians and Muslims, and presumably all other religions as well, as being "Satanic". As I say - what is the purpose of this thread?
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    23 Mar '12 06:15
    Originally posted by FMF
    Your links in general. Trading YouTube clips and opinions of people who are not actual members of this community and are not here to argue their corner if a debate ensues, does not amount to any more than a dead end in terms of discussion.
    There are no Muslims here?

    Do you have any problem with the following quotes from the link to history of Mecca that establishes the false teachings about Mecca being the location for the first temple on Earth?

    Mecca or Makkah, is the historical and geographical epicenter of Islam. All practicing Muslims, everywhere in the world, prostrate themselves toward the Kaaba in Mecca five times a day. Every Muslim is obliged to travel to Mecca, and perform the Islamic ritual of the Hajj at least once in their lifetime, because it is the "fifth pillar" of Islam. Islamic tradition teaches that the Kaaba, around which Islam revolves, is located in the center of the earth and was the first temple on earth. Islamic tradition further holds that it was built by Adam (Adem) and later rebuilt by Abraham and Ishmael (Ibrahim, Ismail).

    Unfortunately there is no historical or archaeological evidence, that suggests that Mecca ever existed before the 4th century A.D., when immigrants from Yemen settled the area, or it's Kaaba before the early 5th century A.D.

    The archaeological record of Arabia is one of the best preserved on earth because the relatively low rainfall mitigates degradation of the archaeological evidence. Many ancient towns such as Yemen, Qudar, Dedan, Tiema, Mada'in Saleh (Al-Hijr), Magan (Oman) and Dilmun are well attested in the historical and archaeological record, and even attest to each other. That record even notes Arabian towns established before the Christian era, that came and went within a few centuries, but Mecca is absent from those records.

    Compare the absence of pre-4th century historical evidence of Mecca, with the massive volume of evidence of Jerusalem, the historical and geographical epicenter of Judaism and Christianity. One quickly learns that archaeology increasingly confirms the Bible as a reliable source of ancient historical record. One can hardly lift a shovel of earth anywhere near Jerusalem without having it contain ancient artifacts. There are a million artifacts just on display!
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    23 Mar '12 06:41
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    There are no Muslims here?
    No, not as far as I can make out. There are a lot playing chess on this site but none active on this forum. Do you think your constant anti-Muslim theories, assertions and verge-of-obsessive preoccupations, serve to strengthen your advocacy for Christianity on this forum?
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    23 Mar '12 06:491 edit
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    Do you have any problem with the following quotes from the link to history of Mecca that establishes the false teachings about Mecca being the location for the first temple on Earth?
    You believe the Earth is a few thousand years old. There is no point in discussing 'history' with you. Muslims make claims about "the first temple on Earth"; you make claims about 'Noah's Ark'. Believers in Vedic teachings believe that Sanskrit is the language of the universe. So what?

    What is the purpose of this thread?
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    23 Mar '12 07:07
    Originally posted by VoidSpirit
    describe what you think you learned from that link in our own words and we can go from there.
    One of the things I think I have learned is that what Biblical scholars have
    thought were 3 Greek letters symbolizing the number "666" was actually Arabic
    meaning "in the name of Allah" with the crossed sword symbol for Islam
    according to Walid Shobat, who was a former Muslim, whose first language is
    Arabic.

    I also learned that a'lah in Hebrew would mean "curse".

    The beast represents the Islamic empire of kingdoms.

    Islam seems to be the false religion that rides and controls the beast.

    HalleluYah !!! Praise the Lord.
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