Q&A: Athiests. Answer the question properly this time.?

Question by doug: Athiests. Answer the question properly this time.?
Dont ask for proof, on a hypothetical.
What if you were a witness. What would you think?

1) Say, for example like in Portugal 1917. A few kids had visions from the Virgin Mary. Mary said at a certain time and date, she would perform a miracle in a certain location.
So say, like the 70,000 pilgrims like in Portugal, started traveling to the location and you follow too and see out of curiosity. Theres heavy rain, but your clothes aren’t getting wet.
Suddenly you reach the location, then the rain stops and the Sun dances in front of everyone, then flashes brightly and settle back to normal.
Keep in mind technology isnt around to create such an effect in that time.

Google for non biased sites if your interested

2)Or say your in Jerusalem. Its the Orthodox Christian Easter.
Your with a religious friend.
Your dragged to the service.
Your holding a candle, and suddenly the church is flashing and your candle lights in front of you eyes. the priest exits the tomb with the holy light too, but everyone around you jumps for a piece of the flame. You put you flesh over the flame, but its not burning. Cool effect.
Later after 33 minutes you put flesh over the flame again, but it painfully burns you.

3)Or say your with a friend with chronic pain without a cure.
There a crying Virgin Mary Icon.
Your friend visits it and has a church member collect the myrth coming out of marys eyes and collect it on a cloth then perform the sign of the cross over the area in pain.
A week later your friend is cured.
You’ve witnessed these things, HYPOTHETICALY
What will go through your mind?

Best answer:

Answer by Wild Animal
That sure is a lot of typing you’ve done.

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Q&A: How to find Christian singles in their 30s who have lived in a monastery for some time but returned home?

Question by seforjes: How to find Christian singles in their 30s who have lived in a monastery for some time but returned home?
How to find through the Internet Christian single people in their 30s who have lived for some time in a monastery but returned home, understanding that monastic life was not their vocation. And though now they live in the “world”, their life and worldview are not secular but, in some sense, remain monastic, or, in other words, they are very conservative and old-fashioned Christians. I need to find such friends or soulmates. Please give me advice what I can do to find them.

Best answer:

Answer by Thia Q
Are you from the monastery yourself?

Look for a church with the believes you want and start attending.

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It's time for Americans to put Romney's religion aside

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Darrell Ehrlick: 'God on our side' a dangerous mentality
On Tuesday, several different news outlets ran a national story about a rising Pentecostal and Evangelical Christian belief that God gave followers of his son a mandate to rule the world. Think of it as a Christ carte blanche.
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Time for Tables PC Games – Learn multiplication facts

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Q&A: Is it time for a new world religion and what should that religion be?

Question by Mr. M: Is it time for a new world religion and what should that religion be?
One where people don’t judge and condemn others.
One that isn’t so full of logical contradictions that it is impossible for some to believe.
One that creates hope instead of instilling fear in the people.
One that acknowledges there is a higher presence, but doesn’t define that presence with ridiculous terms.
Any ideas for a new world religion are welcome here.
If you don’t have any please don’t post.

Best answer:

Answer by Follows Jesus
If man makes it up then its not a religion

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Baptism in the time of Jesus – by Dr. Randall Smith

The New Testament opens with John baptizing the Jewish people in the River Jordan. What did the people understand when John the Baptist and Jesus told them to be baptized? And where in Jerusalem could 3000 people, on the day of Pentecost, possibly be baptized? In this DVD we follow archaeologist and theologian Dr. Randall Smith on tour as he takes his students to various sites in the Holy Land explaining the historical development of the theology of the Rabbis during the 400, so called silent years, between Malachi and Matthew. From the traditional site of baptism in the Jordan River, to the ritual baths at the steps to the entrance of the Second Temple, and then to Bethlehem and Tabgha, Dr. Smith explains how baptism was practiced in Israel during the first centuries of church history. This DVD is truly a must see; it is an eye opener that sheds light on the very important subject of Baptism.

Time Travelling In North Wales: Historic Sites To Visit In Snowdonia

There’s no escaping history when you visit Snowdonia. It’s everywhere you turn. From Iron Age burial chambers and Roman forts to medieval castles and Victorian follies, Snowdonia’s mountains and coast are awash with history.

Some of the oldest historic structures that you can visit in Snowdonia today were built in prehistoric times. There are many prehistoric standing stones in the region, as well as a number of burial chambers and hill forts. Worth a visit are the standing stones in the hills around Harlech, as are the Bachwen burial chamber at Clynnog Fawr and the remains of a prehistoric hill fort at Dinas Dinlle. But arguably the most awesome prehistoric site in Snowdonia is Tre’r Ceiri, a huge Iron Age settlement on the Llyn Peninsula, where a 30-minute upward trek reveals the remains of 150 stone huts and a huge rampart, all on the slopes of Yr Eifl overlooking the Irish Sea 400 feet below.

The Romans left their mark on Snowdonia, too. After overthrowing local inhabitants and occupying their settlements, the Romans built their own formidable fort – Segontium – on the outskirts of modern-day Caernarfon. This fascinating site – one of Britain’s best-known Roman remains – is open to the public along with a museum displaying finds from the fort.

Snowdonia was a hive of activity during the days of the early Celtic Christian church. Many important Celtic religious sites were established in Snowdonia during the 6th and 7th centuries, including monasteries, churches and abbeys. Bangor Cathedral’s origins can be traced back to this era, while the little island of Bardsey off the Llyn Peninsula was home to a Celtic monastery and became an important religious site, where it is said that 20,000 saints are buried. Three pilgrimages to Bardsey equalled one to Rome, and key points along the pilgrims’ route can still be visited today – as can Bardsey itself, which is accessible by boat from Aberdaron at the tip of the Llyn Peninsula.

During the Middle Ages the English king Edward I built a number of castles and walled towns across North Wales to subdue the Welsh, and many of these survive today – mostly in excellent condition. Caernarfon and Conwy castles and their town walls (UNESCO World Heritage sites) are beautifully preserved, while Harlech Castle, perched high on a cliff-edge, has been described as “the definitive Welsh castle”. But it’s not just Edward’s castles that survive; there are Welsh castles too, like Dolwyddelan and Criccieth, which are just as impressive.

But castles aren’t the only medieval buildings still standing in Snowdonia. You’ll see many medieval houses, bridges, churches and other structures in the region, too. Like Ty Hyll, just outside Betws-y-Coed – a cottage which according to legend was built in one night. And the lonely church of St Baglan at Llanfaglan, just outside Caernarfon, with an ancient holy well nearby.

The towns, villages and open countryside of Snowdonia Mountains and Coast are dotted with Tudor and Elizabethan buildings, from modest cottages and farmhouses to elaborate halls and castellated mansions. Two of the best examples can be found in Conwy. Aberconwy House, a merchant’s townhouse now owned and managed by the National Trust, dates predominantly from the 16th century, although parts of the building are a few hundred years older; while at the nearby Elizabethan mansion Plas Mawr – one of Britain’s finest examples of the period – you’ll see some beautiful restored and painted plasterwork.

At Glynllifon Country Park, just outside Caernarfon, there have been several large and important houses over the centuries. The present mansion was built in the early Victorian period, amidst beautiful grounds which include peaceful woodland walks, follies, an old hermitage and a modern slate amphitheatre where you may be lucky enough to catch an open-air concert or play. And there are many other fine examples of 19th century architecture around Snowdonia, like Penrhyn Castle near Bangor and Bryn Bras Castle just outside Caernarfon.

But Snowdonia’s historic sites can also have very modern origins. We tend not to think of 20th century buildings as ‘historic’, and yet Portmeirion Village is just that. Portmeirion – the setting for the 1960s TV series The Prisoner – mixes the old and the new to create one of the region’s most picturesque and popular attractions. Old buildings and ancient woodlands come together with 20th century creations that are traditional in design; new buildings incorporate antique architectural features – like the intricately carved Jacobean ceiling in the village’s Town Hall – and old structures have been lovingly restored. In building Portmeirion, the village’s creator – Sir Clough Williams-Ellis – clearly achieved his aim to “develop even a very beautiful site without defiling it”, and proved his philosophy that “given sufficient loving care one could even improve on what God had provided”.

Steven Jones is Senior Tourism Services Officer at Cyngor Gwynedd Council, a Welsh local authority whose not-for-profit Snowdonia Mountains and Coast website provides visitors to Snowdonia with a wealth of useful information about the region, including activities, attractions, history and culture. The site also enables visitors to search an extensive database of Snowdonia accommodation, and to plan their holidays in some of Snowdonia’s most popular towns and villages.