The Choice VI(6) copy

12/01/2011
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The Choice VI(6) copy

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  4. And no wonder the Christians here are so sore about it.If I have come across as being sore, I sincerely apologize. Im not sore at anyone. I enjoy our dialogue.

  5. 2 Thessalonians 2:11 / 1 Kings 22:23 / Ezekiel 14:9God lies by proxy; he sends forth lying spirits to deceive.

  6. Yes christian bale is the new batman. Since Batman Begins (a damn good film).

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  9. finally you have found what you are looking for.In the Bible read Revelation; chapter 1; verse 20. All the seven angels and the seven churches are about you. Read all of chapter 2 and 3 of revelation. It is all about you.

  10. I dont think either are sick at all. Tammy is menopausal and Ben is just aging. His sore throat is just a dry-air-in-the-winter thing.If a rapid strep test is negative he should just rest and drink lots of liquids. If it is positive he needs antibiotics, rest and lots of liquids.P.S. the internet was not used. I am athletic enough to jump to conclusions all by myself.

  11. In light of all this, it seems quite trivial to to try and make the case that you are making, that we all have the same basic beliefs due to our natural being. How can you say this for sure, knowing that religion, science, politics, families, and communities have such a massive influence in personal and social development? We have very little idea what people would truly be like, were we to remove all of the progressions that we have made in the aforementioned areas were we to return to the sole, basic state of human being, without any interfering pre-existing doctrines such as religion; were we to remove all prior knowledge from each generation, and see what that generation does solely of its own accord, devoid of any influence from an outside party that guarantees things such as right and wrong. If we allowed humans to truly reach their own conclusions, we might see something closer to this truth you claim to know.but as the world stands now, such a truth is essentially impossible to access.

  12. Timmy Adkins says:

    Really enjoyed this article, is there any way I can receive an alert email whenever you write a fresh update?

  13. One of the most interesting documents about Luther was on the website of the C.S. Lewis institute. (will post it when Im at my real computer)

  14. A life spent in constant labor is a life wasted, save a man be such a fool as to regard a fulsome obituary notice as ample reward. ~George Jean Nathan

  15. There! Weve found a TRUE BELIEVER! The metromic recitation of whats written down is not whats meant by the score. The score is a metaphor for what is intended. There are any number of magnificent interpretations of these great composers that do not adhere slavishly to the score, but they are informed by musical intelligence.

  16. I am wondering whether some enhancements in the Liszt-Gounod Faust waltz were Evgenis or alternatives by Liszt (such as extra notes in the bass octaves and more exotic harmonic progressions etc). I know this piece very well and have played it in recital in the Peters Edition version. Liszt wrote several versions of many of his pieces and maybe this piece as well. I will have to ask Leslie Howard about this as he knows all the versions inside out. I found the variations or ossias very interesting. Its quite a dangerous piece with many opportunities to land on wrong notes. I think he played it very well.

  17. As for Benwell, I think he has Rheumatoid Arthritis. Or possibly Syphilis or Trichinosis.

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  21. Stan Dyner says:

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