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    15 Oct '12 01:401 edit
    The title to a book I'll be writing and publishing. Sit and ponder.
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    15 Oct '12 01:42
    Originally posted by tomtom232
    The title to a book I'll be writing and publishing. Sit and ponder.
    I have. " the fool has said in his heart,there is no God"
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    15 Oct '12 02:21
    Originally posted by checkbaiter
    I have. " the fool has said in his heart,there is no God"
    which fool said that?
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    15 Oct '12 02:46
    Originally posted by tomtom232
    The title to a book I'll be writing and publishing. Sit and ponder.
    No ponder-time necessary.

    Some people just don't get it.

    So you don't get it. I get that.
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    15 Oct '12 02:46
    Originally posted by VoidSpirit
    which fool said that?
    Pick one.

    There are a lot of them about.
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    15 Oct '12 04:46
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    Pick one.

    There are a lot of them about.
    i was talking about the fool who said this: "the fool has said in his heart,there is no God"
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    15 Oct '12 16:01
    Originally posted by Suzianne
    No ponder-time necessary.

    Some people just don't get it.

    So you don't get it. I get that.
    No, you don't get it. Why do you think they didn't want the common people to be able to read the bible? What do you think the crusades were really about?

    There is no big guy in the sky. You'll never know though since when you die your brain will cease its chemical activities.
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    15 Oct '12 16:25
    Originally posted by VoidSpirit
    which fool said that?
    << Psalm 53 >>
    King James Version
    1<A Psalm of David.>> The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. Corrupt are they, and have done abominable iniquity: there is none that doeth good.
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    15 Oct '12 16:38
    Originally posted by checkbaiter
    << Psalm 53 >>
    King James Version
    1<A Psalm of David.>> The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. Corrupt are they, and have done abominable iniquity: there is none that doeth good.
    Yes, all atheists are bad.
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    15 Oct '12 19:04
    Originally posted by checkbaiter
    << Psalm 53 >>
    King James Version
    1<A Psalm of David.>> The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. Corrupt are they, and have done abominable iniquity: there is none that doeth good.
    so it was david. thanks for identifying the fool.
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    15 Oct '12 19:18
    Originally posted by VoidSpirit
    so it was david. thanks for identifying the fool.
    They may have been from his collection written by others.

    http://www.biblicalreader.com/btr/Who_Wrote_the_Psalms_of_David.htm
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    Originally posted by JS357
    They may have been from his collection written by others.

    http://www.biblicalreader.com/btr/Who_Wrote_the_Psalms_of_David.htm
    yes. who can say who the real authors were? associating it with david would be rather ironic since he was a believer of god and a very nasty shiet of a human being. one might even find his picture next to the definition of "abominable iniquity"
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    15 Oct '12 19:27
    Originally posted by tomtom232
    The title to a book I'll be writing and publishing. Sit and ponder.
    Martin Luther has been dead for quite a long while. Somehow I don't think he would care what names you call him. Another point to ponder, Martin Luther is remembered in our times, hundreds of years after his death. When you expire, will you be remembered for even a decade?
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    15 Oct '12 20:41
    Originally posted by CLL53
    Martin Luther has been dead for quite a long while. Somehow I don't think he would care what names you call him. Another point to ponder, Martin Luther is remembered in our times, hundreds of years after his death. When you expire, will you be remembered for even a decade?
    Then there's Caligula and he's been dead even longer. Cleopatra (the Cleopatra, not all the other ones) has been remembered quite a long time too. Herodotus - now he was a long time back. Homer- he was ages and ages back. Confucius of course. Why not Genghis Khan? Bet you won't be remembered as long as him! Remind me - what is this about?
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    15 Oct '12 20:56
    Originally posted by finnegan
    Then there's Caligula and he's been dead even longer. Cleopatra (the Cleopatra, not all the other ones) has been remembered quite a long time too. Herodotus - now he was a long time back. Homer- he was ages and ages back. Confucius of course. Why not Genghis Khan? Bet you won't be remembered as long as him! Remind me - what is this about?
    Adam.
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