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Ex Lion Tamer Donating Member (445 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-04-06 09:09 AM
Response to Reply #28
38. That was kind of my point: to have the poster check his/her facts.
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  -Bible History Buffs! I've Got A Question ProfessorGAC  Dec-04-06 07:43 AM   #0 
  - This belongs in the religion section  bryant69   Dec-04-06 07:49 AM   #1 
  - Why The Religion Section? It's A General Knowledge Topic  ProfessorGAC   Dec-04-06 07:56 AM   #8 
  - LOL - if only the atheist's post were kept in the religious section! :-)  papau   Dec-04-06 08:02 AM   #16 
  - Atheists are allowed to post in R/T...  SidDithers   Dec-04-06 03:57 PM   #50 
     - No problem - posting anywhere - just which the topic was kept in R/T & atheist Group - n/t  papau   Dec-04-06 07:32 PM   #52 
  - It's religious history  bryant69   Dec-04-06 08:03 AM   #17 
     - We'll Disagree  ProfessorGAC   Dec-04-06 08:09 AM   #21 
        - I agree - by the way as to the question- Zealots as a group did not exist until the war (67 -73 CE)  papau   Dec-04-06 08:15 PM   #54 
           - Again with the plagiarism, papau?  beam me up scottie   Dec-04-06 11:40 PM   #67 
              - Deleted message  Name removed   Dec-06-06 02:29 PM   #72 
              - Note that I have alerted twice on his plagiarism, yet MY comment is the one deleted.  Zhade   Dec-06-06 11:16 PM   #74 
              - And note: the plagiarism remains unaddressed.  Zhade   Dec-07-06 05:53 PM   #75 
                 - Yep.  beam me up scottie   Dec-12-06 06:48 PM   #80 
  - It should be in the make-believe section  Juniperx   Dec-04-06 08:13 AM   #26 
     - But it had damn good music!  Ex Lion Tamer   Dec-04-06 08:49 AM   #34 
        - Hella good music!  Juniperx   Dec-04-06 01:46 PM   #43 
           - I even liked the movie!  Ex Lion Tamer   Dec-04-06 02:19 PM   #48 
              - Monty Python's "Life of Brian" is good too!  bananas   Dec-05-06 02:47 AM   #70 
  - The followers of Jesus wanted two things.  EST   Dec-04-06 07:51 AM   #2 
  - You have to remember when the Bible was written  4dsc   Dec-04-06 07:51 AM   #3 
  - You need to do some research.  Ex Lion Tamer   Dec-04-06 08:05 AM   #19 
  - I think you should tell this person why he/she is wrong  Juniperx   Dec-04-06 08:16 AM   #28 
     - That was kind of my point: to have the poster check his/her facts.  Ex Lion Tamer   Dec-04-06 09:09 AM   #38 
  - The play was written in the late 1960's or early 1970's  Juniperx   Dec-04-06 08:19 AM   #30 
  - I remember when the Bible was written!  bananas   Dec-05-06 02:24 AM   #69 
  - I've heard one theory...  Chemical Bill   Dec-04-06 07:52 AM   #4 
  - These guys were expecting trouble and probably came armed.  keopeli   Dec-04-06 07:53 AM   #5 
  - Gore made up stories?  bryant69   Dec-04-06 07:55 AM   #6 
  - "blood and gore", not Al Gore. n/t  Kelly Rupert   Dec-04-06 07:58 AM   #10 
     - I see what you mean - sorry  bryant69   Dec-04-06 08:02 AM   #15 
  - Probably So  ProfessorGAC   Dec-04-06 07:58 AM   #9 
  - They had been on the road from Galilee, and there were robbers on the road  Lydia Leftcoast   Dec-04-06 07:56 AM   #7 
  - OK. Thanks  ProfessorGAC   Dec-04-06 07:59 AM   #11 
     - I am sure the Romans could have cared less about a small  zeemike   Dec-04-06 09:17 AM   #41 
  - Luke 22: 36-51  OhioBlues   Dec-04-06 07:59 AM   #12 
  - see Austin 3:16  AngryAmish   Dec-04-06 08:31 PM   #57 
  - I personally don't think that the bible is a good source of reference  notadmblnd   Dec-04-06 08:01 AM   #13 
  - Well, I Didn't Say It Was  ProfessorGAC   Dec-04-06 08:04 AM   #18 
  - expertise in history? not much - but zealot and Christ have not been seen in my reading. n/t  papau   Dec-04-06 08:08 AM   #20 
  - Don't misunderstand me .. I wasn't implying you were using the bible as a reference  notadmblnd   Dec-04-06 08:09 AM   #23 
     - You Didn't. I Was Clarifying  ProfessorGAC   Dec-04-06 08:15 AM   #27 
        - I think the Gospels (Matt, Mark, Luke, John) may have a touch of truth  notadmblnd   Dec-04-06 09:11 AM   #39 
           - Paul was actually a tent maker, not a tax collector.  bluesbassman   Dec-05-06 01:24 AM   #68 
           - For the love of God...get your facts straight  TRYPHO   Dec-09-06 07:22 PM   #76 
  - He was just wondering what it said in the book, not whether the book was true  LittleClarkie   Dec-04-06 08:39 PM   #61 
  - Hobbit swords  TRYPHO   Dec-11-06 07:05 PM   #79 
  - My mom got booted out of the J. Witnesses for her political activities.  hunter   Dec-05-06 12:06 PM   #71 
     - Eesh  Az   Dec-06-06 02:34 PM   #73 
  - Jesus's warfare is only spiritual and moral (Ephesians 6:10-20) The Church proclaims peace, or it  papau   Dec-04-06 08:01 AM   #14 
  - It's theatre... a play... never meant to be historically or biblically correct  Juniperx   Dec-04-06 08:09 AM   #22 
  - I would think the Bible would be  Kelly Rupert   Dec-04-06 08:11 AM   #24 
  - And had the OP cited the Bible instead of a theatrical piece  Juniperx   Dec-04-06 08:26 AM   #33 
  - That Wasn't The Question  ProfessorGAC   Dec-04-06 08:12 AM   #25 
  - Then perhaps you should know  Juniperx   Dec-04-06 08:24 AM   #32 
  - Ultimately, you are asking about the Zealots, and not about Jesus. Good luck  papau   Dec-04-06 08:41 PM   #62 
  - Except that this is also a line from scripture  noonwitch   Dec-04-06 08:18 AM   #29 
     - Jesus and the disciples were in the Bible too  Juniperx   Dec-04-06 08:20 AM   #31 
     - Except these guys weren't random  LiberalFighter   Dec-04-06 08:54 AM   #35 
  - Troubled times  JNelson6563   Dec-04-06 09:03 AM   #36 
  - WHICH bible? there are so many to choose from nt  msongs   Dec-04-06 09:07 AM   #37 
  - It's a play  Dorian Gray   Dec-04-06 09:15 AM   #40 
  - It was a fisherman's knife. The word "sword" was used figuratively by Christ  Kellyiswise   Dec-04-06 09:22 AM   #42 
  - Interesting thought - the sword that rips families apart over Jesus's teaching may well be  papau   Dec-04-06 08:37 PM   #60 
  - Swords come up a lot in the bible  Az   Dec-04-06 01:57 PM   #44 
  - AZ! BUDDY!  Zhade   Dec-04-06 04:01 PM   #51 
  - In context the sword has nothing to due with violence when Jesus uses the term. n/t  papau   Dec-04-06 08:33 PM   #58 
     - The key would seem to be the devisiveness  Az   Dec-04-06 08:49 PM   #64 
        - True - family break up over fights about Jesus seems to be warning. n/t  papau   Dec-04-06 09:01 PM   #65 
  - I thought he got it away from one of the Roman soldiers...  cynatnite   Dec-04-06 01:59 PM   #45 
  - My theory is that Pete was into Dungeons and Dragons. Knocking around Galilee like that he and the  yellowcanine   Dec-04-06 02:02 PM   #46 
  - it was World of Warcraft...thank you very much... n/t  ProdigalJunkMail   Dec-04-06 02:15 PM   #47 
  - Those fish were fierce, I tellya!  Zhade   Dec-04-06 03:09 PM   #49 
  - There are some fascinating bits in the Passion accounts.  hedgehog   Dec-04-06 07:50 PM   #53 
  - Sounds like they were considering resisting arrest  Generic Other   Dec-04-06 08:22 PM   #55 
  - I'm of the impression that back in those days, everyone carried  Cleita   Dec-04-06 08:26 PM   #56 
  - gawdjeezis works in mysterious ways  leftofthedial   Dec-04-06 08:35 PM   #59 
  - Pretty simple really  The Straight Story   Dec-04-06 08:44 PM   #63 
  - I would pack some heat if I walked with the Lord -- too many freaks out there nt  aikoaiko   Dec-04-06 09:05 PM   #66 
  - If you want a fight....  TRYPHO   Dec-09-06 07:39 PM   #77 
  - This is a More Important Question That Most People Realize  ribofunk   Dec-11-06 06:37 PM   #78 
 

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