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hyperlexian
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31 Mar 2013, 6:39 am

Philologos, i moved your other post to this thread in order to keep the forum tidy, as you have multiple easter-related threads.


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31 Mar 2013, 10:05 am

Philologos wrote:
ruveyn wrote:
Misslizard wrote:
^^^^^^^^ :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

If you were buried Friday night, and up from the dead before sun up Sunday morning,how do you get three days from that?That's not three 24 hour periods.


Do not be surprised. True Bible Believing Christians think that pi is equal to three.

ruveyn


We are talking far back Mideast day counting. NOT 24 hour days. Fri Sat Sun = three days.

ruveyn, why you no mention why he is NOT buried Friday night, thank you very much.


Yes I am aware that he had to be buried before the Sabbath started, but if the Romans had anything to do with the burial I doubted if they cared what day it was. If he was gone before Sunday morning that's still not three days.But I forget Bible days are
different.You can create a universe in six of them.
Sounds to similar to Osiris,and the Hebrews were in Egypt for a spell,just an old story about rebirth in the spring,blood being spilled,rising up.Just a new version.


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31 Mar 2013, 12:25 pm

hyperlexian wrote:
Philologos, i moved your other post to this thread in order to keep the forum tidy, as you have multiple easter-related threads.


Bei mir ist das ganz egal.



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31 Mar 2013, 12:31 pm

MissLizard she quoth -

Sounds to similar to Osiris,and the Hebrews were in Egypt for a spell,just an old story about rebirth in the spring,blood being spilled,rising up.Just a new version.

Indeed, and of course there is Tammuz, and more distant Persephone'. The Egyptian links are numerous and intriguing, check out the popular Egyptian novelette and compare the Joseph story.

But of course as in all science [check the etymology and ignore revisionist definitions] interpretation depends on who you know, what you know, and how you stand on [with, agin] Pascal.



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31 Mar 2013, 6:13 pm

GGPViper wrote:
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And of course we understand p before s. But there are others even if too cowed [boy am I punful tonight] to oink. Pax.

Sounds like pox for most Americans - who see it pretty much the same way.

Word salad? :scratch:


I've said it before & I'll say it again: Philologos writes like a Neo-Marxian Lit Crit.

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I'd say he has many of the habits of Postmodernist Lit Crits. There seems to be a lot of similarity in his method of arguing to a neo-Marxist lit crit who rails against the "New Atheists" like Terry Eagleton or Chris Hedges. Especially the certitude of impartiality and the proclivity to state out facts without being clear on what one's framework is.


http://www.wrongplanet.net/postp3631173.html


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31 Mar 2013, 7:02 pm

Master_Pedant wrote:
GGPViper wrote:
Philologos wrote:
And of course we understand p before s. But there are others even if too cowed [boy am I punful tonight] to oink. Pax.

Sounds like pox for most Americans - who see it pretty much the same way.

Word salad? :scratch:


I've said it before & I'll say it again: Philologos writes like a Neo-Marxian Lit Crit.

Master_Pedant wrote:
I'd say he has many of the habits of Postmodernist Lit Crits. There seems to be a lot of similarity in his method of arguing to a neo-Marxist lit crit who rails against the "New Atheists" like Terry Eagleton or Chris Hedges. Especially the certitude of impartiality and the proclivity to state out facts without being clear on what one's framework is.


http://www.wrongplanet.net/postp3631173.html


I've noticed that left wing academics typically invent words and terms and are obsessed with using language "creatively" instead of explaining things clearly. I thought this has something to do with "situationism". They don't speak in riddles the way Philologos does though.



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01 Apr 2013, 12:06 am

Psychologically I think it is a schizotypal/delusional/mentally ill trait actually, don't know if that fits :P But that kind of psychology is a bit narrowminded.



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01 Apr 2013, 2:26 am

uwmonkdm wrote:
Philologos wrote:
And of course we understand p before s. But there are others even if too cowed [boy am I punful tonight] to oink. Pax.

Sounds like pox for most Americans - who see it pretty much the same way.


What the f**k are you saying?
Are we being trolled or is this for real?


Nah, he just thinks he's being cool when he talks like that. Personally, I find it retarded, but that's just me.



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01 Apr 2013, 2:35 am

ruveyn wrote:
Misslizard wrote:
^^^^^^^^ :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

If you were buried Friday night, and up from the dead before sun up Sunday morning,how do you get three days from that?That's not three 24 hour periods.


Do not be surprised. True Bible Believing Christians think that pi is equal to three.

ruveyn


Pi is an irrational number, so it's not even exactly equal to 3.14. Rounded to the nearest one, Pi is equal to 3.



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01 Apr 2013, 8:07 pm

Philologos wrote:
You know who you are.

Here is a link, gives you short version and access to full audio.

Preach it.

http://apologetica.us/2009/04/10/its-fr ... -coming-2/
Ill raise yours and give you this! http://godisimaginary.com/i12.htm :D I got a royal flush on this one!


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01 Apr 2013, 9:39 pm

Philologos wrote:
Even if it be contrary to the spirit of free and open community discussion to say something NOT condemning theism, a few times a year I come back to confirm the right of way across this field.

So : Christos aneste, y'all.

If you think you have the guts for it, check out the rightly named Golden Mouthed John:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paschal_Homily

And for you what likes vids:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDJG4LT3dy4

I have read all of Chrysostoms writings. I find them to be some of the least interesting of early Christian writings.

I used to be a orthodox Christian so I'll say alithos anesti for old times sake.



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