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And Moses and Aaron went in unto Pharaoh, and they did so as the LORD had commanded: and Aaron cast down his rod before Pharaoh, and before his servants, and it became a serpent.
And Onan knew that the seed should not be his; and it came to pass, when he went in unto his brother's wife, that he spilled it on the ground, lest that he should give seed to his brother.
Both from the King James Bible. What context is the phrase 'went in unto' being used?5 AnswersReligion & Spirituality8 years ago
Is it because all of the women would be little girls again?1 AnswerTrivia8 years ago
As children, a number of us would love spinning around and making myself ourselves dizzy to the point that we couldn't stand up.
As adults a number of us occasionally like to get drunk to the point that we can't stand up.
Is there any relationship between the two?1 AnswerPsychology9 years ago
Wow something really, really weird just happened.
I thought to myself, ''My question about being a prophet will be deleted''
It just happened! How is this possible?
I need to get over the absolute shock of it all. Time for some cheese on toast!10 AnswersReligion & Spirituality9 years ago
Basically, I had this really weird dream where I was eating cheese on toast, then the next day I fancied something to eat and I had cheese on toast.
How could my dream have foretold I was going to have cheese on toast?
Anyone else want some cheese on toast?7 AnswersReligion & Spirituality9 years ago
Has it occurred to you that religion may be a bluff?
What if it's actually a test to separate the independent free thinking individuals, from those that are naive, impressionable and easily led?
Imagine your idol of worship was a company director (for the sake of this question a 'He') and religion was his business. As an employer would he want people who get on with it, can think for themselves, and get the job done, without any help, or would he prefer those that constantly rely on him and struggle to achieve anything without having to ask or be told?
I realise, that i've generalised or with my descriptions of religious and non religious people but look beyond that and just consider the basic principle for what it is.
An alternative perspective.....17 AnswersReligion & Spirituality10 years ago
Is there any particular reason why God planted the 'Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil' in the Garden of Eden?
Also considering that Adam and Eve had no idea what was right or wrong before they ate from it, how could they ever determine the nature of what they were doing?
Isn't God supposed to be fair, because that doesn't sound fair to me. Especially when you consider that his punishment of the serpent was for it to spend eternity crawling on it's belly. Because it wasn't like it was doing that already, after all :S
Just to clarify, I don't belong to any organised religion nor am I an atheist. I can't say i'm not religious because I think everyone is a little bit religious, at least in the loosest sense of the word, but if I was to identify myself and my belief in that way it would be 'man' and 'living' respectively :)19 AnswersReligion & Spirituality10 years ago
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Would it be possible for those who adopt certain social behaviour to physically adapt over a period of time?
i.e. In a 1,000 years or so will vegetarians eventually become unable to consume meat?
Will homosexual couples be able to reproduce independently?
Will domesticated animals become more human, etc
Pretty far fetched, but curiosity has gotten the better of me :)2 AnswersAnthropology10 years ago
Doesn't God already do this for you?10 AnswersReligion & Spirituality10 years ago