Years ago I bought a book series and now I want to re-read them, however I can only locate the first book. I tried to find the kindle version, but they only exist in German. In your opinion, is it wrong to download the ebooks from a free source?5 AnswersReligion & Spirituality3 months ago
Think carefully, it needs to fit only what the soul is and not what we know to be something else.
For example, a definition of life could be: "eats, breathes and replicates", but that definition also includes fire, crystals and potentially other chemical reactions.15 AnswersReligion & Spirituality2 years ago
I recently submitted an appeal and showed that it did not come close to violating the community guidelines and yet the appeal was rejected on "Terms of Service". I completely clueless how it could have possibly violated the TOS. Is the appeal process just a sham?7 AnswersYahoo Answers3 years ago
I've never liked the sample ballots (both parties) that people try to hand out. Seriously, it's not that hard to tell what party a candidate is and I don't need someone else to tell me how to vote.
Are these "ballots" actually useful, or are they just insulting?2 AnswersElections4 years ago
Read Proverbs, understand what it says in historical/cultural context and then select one or more proverbs that demonstrate wisdom that could only come from divine inspiration.4 AnswersReligion & Spirituality4 years ago
Why would believers have to force "nonbelievers" to follow its commands?
From a Christian perspective, it doesn't matter if a "non-believer" follows one, two or all of God's commandments or "sins", they are still going to hell. In other words forcing your "morality" on others does not help them in any way.
I'm not as familiar with Islam, but what good is it if someone does not believe in Allah but has to follow Allah's rules?
A side question, if your god is real,why do humans need to enforce your god's rules? Isn't your god powerful enough to do this, or are you worried that your god won't actually judge people the way you want it to?14 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
If primates like chimps are "unclean" then only one pair of them would have been taken on the Ark while there were 4 human couples. This means that we should find that the chimp's genetic diversity should be far more homogeneous than humans. It also means that "clean" animals should should be genetically more diverse than "unclean" animals.
We know this is not the case for humans and chimps. What does this say about the Flood myth?8 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
Would the various types of primates been considered clean or unclean for purposes of taking them on the Ark? My foggy recollection is that they should be considered unclean...
Note: This particular question is not about the validity of the Flood, but it will lead (perhaps) to a reasonable test.6 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
My daughter and I watched this series about 9 years ago. The cave boy traveled through time, finding characters with special powers, who affected historical events. His dad's "spirit" was preserved in a lava axe head. The cave boy and a couple of modern children would bring the other characters back to their house and would use them in further adventures. The last thing I remember is that the cae boy was always hungry and couldn't fight unitl he had eaten...
I'm probably making the series sound much more complicated than it was.4 AnswersComics & Animation1 decade ago
I'm not really big into physics, so keep that in mind. I did handle Hawkins' "A Brief History of Time" fairly well. I'd like a good overview to fill in ther parts that I'm missing as well as something that would explain the problems with realism and observation.
Yeah, I don't want much.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions4 AnswersPhysics1 decade ago