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Son of Placid

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  1. I wish I had kept the links. Budesonide was what Taiwan was using to keep their death toll down.
  2. As a teen my family spent many Sundays away from our home church, sometimes in the next province, I don't remember how many invited us as a musical family but we spent most of two years doing it. I'm a people watcher. I see who's listening, who's bored, who's been dragged there, and by who. Different songs, different sermons. Usually between morning and evening services we'd lunch with the pastor, or an elder, or a member. I know the Christian doctrines well and most of the denominations but I always found it of interest that every pastor, elder, or member would always seem to bring up that o
  3. I don't see the relationship. There aren't that many Gospels and they aren't that different. Paul never said Jesus was God, neither did the disciples, and neither did Jesus, there is a reason. The issue finally came to a head when Constantine called 1000 some scholars to Constantinople to fight it out. An average of 300 scholars a day argued. One side said Jesus was God, the other basically said Jesus was the son of God, of the same essence, but not God Himself. The argument died when Arius mysteriously died and Jesus was declared God. None the less, that was only an argument on the du
  4. If I recall, New York and California were the hardest hit. Where Trump sent the floating hospitals. Neither were used to any extent. Cuomo doesn't want you to know how many people he put in the ground while those ships were at port. California has had a downhill roller coaster "infection rate" this year which just turned up from 1.02% a week ago to greet the third wave. Over 6% now, I believe the magic number is 8%. Their death rate has shown a slow increase with no correlation to the infection rate at all.
  5. That amazes me since the Brazilian president had the virus and waved a pack of HCQ, was back to work after his two weeks.
  6. I appreciate your concern. I am as concerned for those that get the vaccine, on many levels. I'm concerned about those who have to wear masks for a dozen hours a day. I'm concerned for those that see a bigger picture but are up against a wall. I'm concerned for those that are forced to comply and know it. I'm concerned a the kid I used to coach, (well, kid in his 40's) who is single and wears a mask in his car. Who gets tested weekly, who hides from everyone. I'm concerned for those who have no hope. I grieve for the too many people that died to prove there is a pandemic.
  7. It's hard to grasp the big picture without being some form of conspiracy theorist. It's much easier to be accused of it. The first time I was accused was for saying the 3M N95 everyone was scrambling for was the worst choice. I had to know everything 3M knew about their masks for 15 years but that didn't matter. The CDC finally confirmed what I knew but I was still wearing a tinfoil hat as far as those who accused me were concerned. Once labelled... One of the things I've been watching is old words given new meaning. Since the 70's but never so much as lately. The word "Immunity"
  8. The virus is real. I'm still skeptical of the rest. I'd rather have the virus than the vaccine.
  9. Amazing that each story has to be different. The part you can believe and the part you can't. Surah 4 is interesting. It starts with many attributes Christians should have. The it goes on to talk about the Jews. If you follow it, it mentions Jews so often they become "they". By the time you get to 156, "they" are definitely the Jews. The land was under the Roman empire, the Jews had no jurisdiction, nor power. They boasted, and to this day you'll find people who believe the Jews killed Jesus, but those who study know better. Jesus last miracle; He cried a loud sigh and gave up the gho
  10. I came to many of the same "conclusions" from the point of view that the Quran corrects Christian dogma and questions doctrines while filling in blanks. The Gospel of Barnabas is so far removed but it only sounds nice. There is an Epistle of Barnabas as well but most Muslims won't read past the 5th chapter.
  11. You guys have to go easy on Christians on this topic. This is an engrained doctrine a point of blasphemy for them. Muslims know about engrained doctrines already, they should understand. The irony is it can never be fully explained so is silently accepted, but in the back of every Christians remains the question. When questioning becomes blasphemy... It took most of 300 years to create a council to claim the duality of God and Jesus. The opposition was convinced that Jesus was of the same essence of God but not God Himself. After a mysterious death, duality won. It took 100s more years
  12. From what I've studied I see the suppression of effective treatments in direct relation to the number of deaths. The question is, was it conspired?
  13. I'm hearing reports Biden is making up for the wars Trump stopped. Not a Trump lover, not even American but Biden was a bad bad idea, Harris even worse. If Biden stopped a strike for a woman and child it's because the word was out and he didn't want to be known as killing a woman and child. Unless people were isis I thought peace was starting to agree with everybody. I don't have any first hand sources and don't know whether to believe stuff or not.
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