“50,000 unique visitors”
congratulations on your recent success!
Apologetics means never having to say you’re sorry.
lol, nice one!
apologetics should get a t-shirt with this slogan
“we want to go back to the middle ages…sorry”
I still want to know what Mohammad (Peace be on everyone ) plays on this console. Is it Ps3? Does he play Devil may Cry? It may suit a religious man…
Please author explain us what Mohammad plays.
He’s obviously playing The Bible Game.
How wrong of me. I read the words “gives birth prematurely” (New King James version) and wilfully misinterpreted that as meaning “premature birth”. I am a naughty, naughty apologist.
New King James, New International & New American Standard all say “gives birth prematurely”. And they’re all New, so they must be right. The (Old) King James has “fruit depart from her” (what, she lost her mango?) which sounds a bit more miscarriagey.
The Message & Contemporary English versions both go with “miscarries”. New Century sits on the fence with “causing the baby to come out”. The English Standard version has “When men strive together and hit a pregnant woman, so that her children come out, but there is no harm…” That one sounds like the kids have come to the door to see what’s going on.
My point in all this? …I don’t know. I kind of lost track. I certainly didn’t end up in the same place I started.
How the hell are you supposed to maintain any kind of argument based on this document?
Colin: “How the hell are you supposed to maintain any kind of argument based on this document?”
You put them in a logic incubator, not the bronze age incubator used by fundies even today.
–The unexamined belief is not worth believing.
Hobbes says Ã¢â‚¬â€œThe unexamined belief is not worth believing.
That’s what Judges do in Courts isn’t it? How wise. Lets all do it…
All religion is f**cking sh*t.
Hmm … the Young’s Literal Translation has “And when men strive, and have smitten a pregnant woman, and her children have come out, and there is no mischief, he is certainly fined, as the husband of the woman doth lay upon him, and he hath given through the judges”, so I could see miscarriage OR premature birth as a reasonable interpretation of that passage. Of course, in the Bronze Age, there wouldn’t've been much practical difference between the two, so it wouldn’t be surprising if Biblical Hebrew failed to make a distinction.
Test post from the future. Bwaah-ha-ha-ha!
Oh, Acolyte! Grow up, already.
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