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The Fall of Man

Never again will I destroy all living creatures. Until …

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Never again will I destroy all living creatures.

Never again will I destroy all living creatures. That’s what God said. You know, back in Genesis, the first book in the Bible. Of course, that means He did destroy all living creatures once. However, let’s not forget what happens in Revelation, the last book in the Bible. God won’t destroy all living creatures. That doesn’t mean destruction isn’t coming though. Further, it says nothing of the earth itself. Is it time? Have we grieved God to the point where He’s finally going to end this fallen creation?

Is the earth intelligent, or is this something else?

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Is the earth intelligent, or is this something else?

A group of researchers have posed a fascinating — and downright mind bending — thought experiment: If a planet like Earth can be “alive,” can it also have a mind of its own? So – Is the earth intelligent, or is this something else? Maybe we should ask, how can there be an intelligent earth? For that matter, who says the earth is even alive? Or have we changed the meaning of alive?

Is this a bit of Hell on earth?

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Is this a bit of Hell on earth?

But somehow, like the serpent convincing Adam and Eve they wouldn’t die, Trump continues to convince too many Christians that he’s good for us.  However, I can’t help but wonder, is he telling us that if we follow him, we won’t surely die?  And as I show in The Problem of Free Will, the Hebrew says “die die”.  As in die physically, and die spiritually.  Depart from this earth.  Go to Hell.

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