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By Gianluca Burdon Fri Nov 16th 2018 at 3:24 am  

Well… At least a new friendship was formed

By CTNC Fri Nov 16th 2018 at 5:12 am  

Wait… Eve is in a world with Super Heroes (and Super Villains obviously) and she’s friends with a Psychic Lawyer that’s dating a Demon, but she didn’t believe the that there was Time Traveling Super Genius? 😛

By Gianluca Burdon Fri Nov 16th 2018 at 6:30 am  

Well, there’s a Bible in practically every home on Earth and yet people believe it says stuff like:
– War is the 1st Horseman
– Cherubs are winged babies
– There’s more than 1 Arch-Angel
– Satan and his Demons reside in Hell
– Satan is equal to God or was an Arch-Angel
– Jehovah’s name is God or Lord
– Jesus is God
– God put a star over Jesus on his day of birth
– There were ‘three’ Wise Men and they visited Jesus on his day of birth
– There was only one Judas in Jesus’s Apostles
– There is an Afterlife
– The Ark was a boat
– The Apostle Peter was the 1st Pope

By Gianluca Burdon Fri Nov 16th 2018 at 6:34 am  

Point is people will always believe or disbelieve in things even if there an easy to reach source or glaring evidence to say otherwise

By Otaku Fri Nov 16th 2018 at 1:05 pm  

Might have just been easier to point out how many times someone embellishes a potential blind date in order to convince the other person for the blind date into accepting. Think of your typical sitcom, where something like “works in a different time zone” would somehow become “time traveler”. XP

I’ll need to look up some of the examples you gave about what the Bible says. Most of them are accurate… er… inaccurate? Such as Conquest is the first horseman of the apocalypse, not War. No number is specified for the magi, nor is the exact time of their arrival. I think. Going off the top of my head and with subjects like these, I am hesitant to commit without re-reviewing the text myself. I was under the impression that at least some of these were indeed implied, if not outright stated. Of course, how Scripture ought to be understood – even by those claiming to take the exact same approach – is often a contentious subject.

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