> Ted wrote:
>> one wrote:
>>> Ted wrote:
>>> > one wondered:
>>> >> Does a five sigma mean anything to you?
>>> >Yes, it's an example of the Marxist influence
>>> >in our math curricula.
>>> Interesting, what words mean to people.
>>> >> What are the odds that the children of Abraham
>>> >> would number half of Earth's population?
>>> >God promised him as many as the stars in
>>> >the sky. If you'd like, I can share a video
>>> >explaining the background of that promise.
So, where's the video of the promised promise?
What happens when the background changes
and a figure of speech occurs, such as this?
Does Brahman have a personified nature?
Are all Atma the children of Being?
When the image of God is reflected in essence
When the breath of Life was breathed in
When a breath is breathed out
What was created is then recreated
>>> Sounds like a plan made before the world was made
>>> without whom nothing was made that was made.
Recreational porpoises may surf waves when at play.
>>> In the mean-while, on average, one wonders
>>> how long does it take God to keep a promise.
>>> At times, prehaps 400 years.
>>> At times, an it may be only 3 nights.
>>> One time a saying was said how heaven and earth
>>> will pass away before some words would.
>>> - statistically speaking, rhetorically,
>>> hyperbolically ...
>>Jesus said that. You believe in Jesus, don't you?
>I'm not sure what you mean
>when you say, in Jesus,
>or what: to believe in Jesus, means.
Ted might mean, do you believe Jesus was/is the Messiah?
An axis-mundi in other words, which, as time goes shows
how the CE or AD begins at a point of origin, grid-wise.
BCE or BC means, before when a point was which
signifies, prehaps a five sigma.
>I can believe words can be found in Matthew 24:35.
>The previous verse says: Verily I say unto you,
>This generation shall not pass, till all these things be fulfilled.
>The same words are found in Luke, Chapter 21, verses 32-33.
>What does, quote, this generation, unquote mean?
>Was Jesus speaking to his own disciples as being, that generation?
>What does it mean to say, heaven and earth will pass away?
>Can the saying have to do with a transcending of sorts?
>Was Jesus talking about the destruction of the Temple?
>- opinions vary ... Thanks!
Aye. For example, the name that names.
Is the name that is a name always, the Name?
Siddhartha was said to have spoken of Amitabha Buddha.
Guatama Buddha, mythologically may have pointed to a name.
Is there a name upon which, when named, saves?
If so, when that name is named, is it the same name?
- kinda has a Ring to wit ... Cheers!