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"The theory that man is an ape is actively promoted in the Judeo Zionist academic world".

I think someone is suffering from IJHS (Irrational Jew Hatred Syndrome)
Has this malady been entered into the DSMMD yet ?
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To Distinguish Creationism from ID, Try Evolution as the Outgroup - The Panda's Thumb

After the unit on Creationism and Intelligent Design in my Critical Thinking/Science and Pseudoscience class at New Mexico Tech (Psych 189), I asked the students to write an essay on the question

Is “Intelligent Design” just another version of Creationism? Why?

Along came student Elaine, who included this comment in her essay:

It seems that if you are only comparing Intelligent Design against Creationism, there are enough subtleties to identify one or the other. However, if it is a case of arguing Intelligent Design vs. Creationism vs. evolution, the contrast between evolution and the other two is so great that Intelligent Design and Creationism become indistinguishable in their respective arguments. The only giveaway would be a reference to Genesis, the use of “God” rather than “Creator/Designer”, or some explicit differentiation between the two. In contrast, no one could ever possibly confuse an evolution argument with any other.

I remarked that the student had used evolution as an outgroup to correctly root the evolution/creationism/ID tree, and gave her an “A” for the assignment.

Lol.
Lol. As pointless as your usual babbling.

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To Distinguish Creationism from ID, Try Evolution as the Outgroup - The Panda's Thumb

After the unit on Creationism and Intelligent Design in my Critical Thinking/Science and Pseudoscience class at New Mexico Tech (Psych 189), I asked the students to write an essay on the question

Is “Intelligent Design” just another version of Creationism? Why?

Along came student Elaine, who included this comment in her essay:

It seems that if you are only comparing Intelligent Design against Creationism, there are enough subtleties to identify one or the other. However, if it is a case of arguing Intelligent Design vs. Creationism vs. evolution, the contrast between evolution and the other two is so great that Intelligent Design and Creationism become indistinguishable in their respective arguments. The only giveaway would be a reference to Genesis, the use of “God” rather than “Creator/Designer”, or some explicit differentiation between the two. In contrast, no one could ever possibly confuse an evolution argument with any other.

I remarked that the student had used evolution as an outgroup to correctly root the evolution/creationism/ID tree, and gave her an “A” for the assignment.

Lol.
Lol. As pointless as your usual babbling.

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I guess the creationist club is gearing of for Easter a truly pagan holiday.
didn't ur just say he's was not going to debate you or I ANY MORE?
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I guess the creationist club is gearing of for Easter a truly pagan holiday.
didn't ur just say he's was not going to debate you or I ANY MORE?
Does it bear any resemblance to Seder or Hannakah or junk like that?
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Lol.
Lol. As pointless as your usual babbling.

The Disco' tute Is a collection of Christian hacks, charlatans and snake oil salesmen.
I guess the creationist club is gearing of for Easter a truly pagan holiday.
didn't ur just say he's was not going to debate you or I ANY MORE?
Yep. But like bronchitis, he keeps coming back.
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I guess the creationist club is gearing of for Easter a truly pagan holiday.
didn't ur just say he's was not going to debate you or I ANY MORE?
Does it bear any resemblance to Seder or Hannakah or junk like that?
are you this incredibly stupid all the time?
Judaism is not pagan, slapdick, they believe in the same god as Christians and Muslims.
using your lack of logic, logic would mean all Christian celebrations would be junk too.
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Hume's maxim-"A wise man proportions his belief to the evidence." Since there is no credible scientific evidence for the supernatural, there is nothing to accept. .
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Lol. As pointless as your usual babbling.

The Disco' tute Is a collection of Christian hacks, charlatans and snake oil salesmen.
I guess the creationist club is gearing of for Easter a truly pagan holiday.
didn't ur just say he's was not going to debate you or I ANY MORE?
Yep. But like bronchitis, he keeps coming back.
or herpes.
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Hume's maxim-"A wise man proportions his belief to the evidence." Since there is no credible scientific evidence for the supernatural, there is nothing to accept. .
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Judaism is not pagan, slapdick, they believe in the same god as Christians and Muslims.
using your lack of logic, logic would mean all Christian celebrations would be junk too.
But you just said that Easter was Pagan, diklik.

Using your logic all Jewish sacrifice of chickens OR money would actually transfer their personal sins onto the chickens.

You aren't going to try to say that all their rip off schemes like the one Bernie Madoff pulled was the fault of a chicken?


I guess at least now we know why they never admit to doing anything wrong.

IT WAS ALL THE CHICKENS' FAULT!

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Yep. But like bronchitis, he keeps coming back.or herpes.
Or the Eternal Hasbarat.
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Yep. But like bronchitis, he keeps coming back.or herpes.
Or the Eternal Hasbarat.
still stupid Christians did sacrifice too ...ever heard of sacrament.
not to state the obvious, but were your parents neo Nazis too?
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Judaism is not pagan, slapdick, they believe in the same god as Christians and Muslims.
using your lack of logic, logic would mean all Christian celebrations would be junk too.
But you just said that Easter was Pagan, diklik.

Using your logic all Jewish sacrifice of chickens OR money would actually transfer their personal sins onto the chickens.

You aren't going to try to say that all their rip off schemes like the one Bernie Madoff pulled was the fault of a chicken?


I guess at least now we know why they never admit to doing anything wrong.

IT WAS ALL THE CHICKENS' FAULT!

mr ignorance Easter was usurped by the Christians along with what is now Christmas and lot s of others.
the gist O shit for brains is that any one who celebrates Easter is celebrating a pagan holiday with some Christian frosting..
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the gist O shit for brains is that any one who celebrates Easter is celebrating a pagan holiday with some Christian frosting..
The gist "Oh sh!t for brains", is that the Jews are as Pagan as anyone else, more so than Christians, because the "Jews" retain the Laws and ordinances which practiced THOUSANDS of YEARS ago by ancient Hebrews.

Easter is a holiday which commemorates the Death, Burial, and Resurrection of CHRIST, who, the Jews totally reject, and therefore have absolutely NOTHING to do with.
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the gist O shit for brains is that any one who celebrates Easter is celebrating a pagan holiday with some Christian frosting..
The gist "Oh sh!t for brains", is that the Jews are as Pagan as anyone else, more so than Christians, because the "Jews" retain the Laws and ordinances which practiced THOUSANDS of YEARS ago by ancient Hebrews.

Easter is a holiday which commemorates the Death, Burial, and Resurrection of CHRIST, who, the Jews totally reject, and therefore have absolutely NOTHING to do with.
wrong it's obvious you have no idea what usurped means.

Why are these traditions so ingrained in Easter Sunday? And what do they have to do with the resurrection of Jesus?

Well, to be frank, nothing.

Bunnies, eggs, Easter gifts and fluffy, yellow chicks in gardening hats all stem from pagan roots. These tropes were incorporated into the celebration of Easter separately from the Christian tradition of honoring the day Jesus Christ rose from the dead.

According to the University of Florida's Center for Children's Literature and Culture, the origin of the celebration — and the origin of the Easter Bunny — can be traced back to 13th-century, pre-Christian Germany, when people worshiped several gods and goddesses. The Teutonic deity Eostra was the goddess of spring and fertility, and feasts were held in her honor on the Vernal Equinox. Her symbol was the rabbit because of the animal’s high reproduction rate.

Spring also symbolized new life and rebirth; eggs were an ancient symbol of fertility. According to History.com, Easter eggs represent Jesus' resurrection. However, this association came much later when Roman Catholicism became the dominant religion in Germany in the 15th century and merged with already ingrained pagan beliefs.

The first Easter Bunny legend was documented in the 1500s. By 1680, the first story about a rabbit laying eggs and hiding them in a garden was published. These legends were brought to the United States in the 1700s, when German immigrants settled in Pennsylvania Dutch country, according to the Center for Children's Literature and Culture.
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Why are these traditions so ingrained in Easter Sunday? And what do they have to do with the resurrection of Jesus?

Well, to be frank, nothing.

Bunnies, eggs, Easter gifts and fluffy, yellow chicks in gardening hats all stem from pagan roots. These tropes were incorporated into the celebration of Easter separately from the Christian tradition of honoring the day Jesus Christ rose from the dead.
You are right about that.

The celebration of Christmas also had similar beginnings.

It is possible that early Christians "usurped" the pagan holidays by incorporating the elements of Christianity into them as a means of drawing them away from their paganism.

It's also possible that Pagans who were converted by the Gospel decided to alter their old holidays to accommodate their new found beliefs.

However these transitions occurred, few people are aware of the pagan vestiges which may remain in them.
The fact remains that these celebrations came to be associated in the popular mindset with the birth of Christ and His resurrection.

It is for these reasons that the Jewish factions are so determined to either malign them or do away with them all together. It is associations of these holidays to Christ they abhor, NOT the pagan history behind them.

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23 For I received of the Lord that which also I delivered unto you, that the Lord Jesus in the night in which he was betrayed took bread; 24 and when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, This is my body, which is for you: this do in remembrance of me. 25 In like manner also the cup, after supper, saying, This cup is the new covenant in my blood: this do, as often as ye drink it , in remembrance of me. 26 For as often as ye eat this bread, and drink the cup, ye proclaim the Lord's death till he come.
That is what communion is about. It does not require the slaughter of chickens or their blood. The blood of chickens can not take away sins. Neither can goats or any other animal you can think of.

The "for so often" that you do this part, means whenever you assemble together for worship service. The ceremony is to facilitate the remembrance. The ceremony should be performed every assembly. I can't think of a time when it would be good to forget about it.

As things are, once a year is about as often that most people get reminded of the birth or the resurrection of Christ. The Jews are doing all they can to remove even those reminders.

There was a time when people considered "the meaning of" Christmas and Easter.

Now days one can see Christmas decorations on display before the Halloween decorations are removed.
Not only does this increase someones profit margins, it creates an association of Halloween with Christmas to such an extent that the lines between them are blurred.

Whereas Halloween was once a celebration of Autumn that was supposed to be a time of Jack O lanterns, candy and harmless spooky fun for kids, now days you have lunatics that use it as an occasion to seriously worship the devil, thanks in part to the work of Hollywood.


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To Distinguish Creationism from ID, Try Evolution as the Outgroup - The Panda's Thumb

After the unit on Creationism and Intelligent Design in my Critical Thinking/Science and Pseudoscience class at New Mexico Tech (Psych 189), I asked the students to write an essay on the question

Is “Intelligent Design” just another version of Creationism? Why?

Along came student Elaine, who included this comment in her essay:

It seems that if you are only comparing Intelligent Design against Creationism, there are enough subtleties to identify one or the other. However, if it is a case of arguing Intelligent Design vs. Creationism vs. evolution, the contrast between evolution and the other two is so great that Intelligent Design and Creationism become indistinguishable in their respective arguments. The only giveaway would be a reference to Genesis, the use of “God” rather than “Creator/Designer”, or some explicit differentiation between the two. In contrast, no one could ever possibly confuse an evolution argument with any other.

I remarked that the student had used evolution as an outgroup to correctly root the evolution/creationism/ID tree, and gave her an “A” for the assignment.

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