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Maggie Gallagher's Anti-Gay Marriage Crusade

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    Dutch Wrote:
    michaels39301 Wrote: I said you were right about the EARLY Catholic Church, that is all. And what difference does it make about Moses' sexual orientation? The stone tablet is now in Ethiopia in the city of Zion. It came from Jerusalem at the time of Emperor Minikil the first child of king Solomon. The Queen of Sheba conceived the child when she traveled to Jerusalem to witness Solomon's wisdom. Just type "ethiopia secret holy land" on you tube to see the documentary that was made about it.

    The Bible documents Jesus' giving the stone tablet to Moses, see my earlier post for the Chapter. And as proof, go to Zion and see for yourself. You probably can't touch it though.

    The Catholic Church may or may not have the exact same rules from their inception, but it was in the initial years of their existence that all the graft occurred, so it made no difference to the higher-ups and even some practitioners then what the rules were. After how many years of that I am not sure, but the Catholic Church did change and change for the better. NO human church can be perfect, just like no human can be perfect. I feel the same is true for almost every church.
    I guess you do not get the gesture of it; question again; What has Moses or stone tablets have anything to do with gay marriage? You can drag in whole antique bibles etc. we live now in this time. Get real.
    By the way it intriges me about your "stone" tablets; where these ever analysed about: where did the "stone" come from; what type of stone is this found on this planet? Is it carved with a laser? a heavenly chisel? what kind of inscription; what language? what does it weigh? Anyway I guarantee it was made in a shed somewhere in the Middle East. "no one can touch it" says enough!!
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    Stone was never made in a shed, it is a geologic phenomenon that happens over eons. It seems to me that they were probably chipped or axed from the side of a hill or mountain, but they were available. Just hop on a plane and fly to Jerusalem (Zion), and you will see for yourself. My guess (I have never been there) is that the "language" was whatever was understandable by those waiting at the base of the mountain at that time. And my "no one can touch it" comes from logical thinking. Anything that old has to be protected from the environment in order to prevent its decay and loss.
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    michaels39301 Wrote: Stone was never made in a shed, it is a geologic phenomenon that happens over eons. It seems to me that they were probably chipped or axed from the side of a hill or mountain, but they were available. Just hop on a plane and fly to Jerusalem (Zion), and you will see for yourself. My guess (I have never been there) is that the "language" was whatever was understandable by those waiting at the base of the mountain at that time. And my "no one can touch it" comes from logical thinking. Anything that old has to be protected from the environment in order to prevent its decay and loss.
    I guess you did not read it right: I'm refering to the "type" of stone; that will determine if it is from there or from somewhere else or an asteroid material. Second, modern technology can date that and determine its origin. Third you do not mention if indeed a "western" independend lab researched it, as I mentioned. No one can touch it, means it is a fake. If it is a "soft" type of stone than certainly it is a human creation; people at that time did not have the tools to engrave "letter's? marks" into quartz. Guess what, the "crusaders" (Templars) stormed the Jewish land; they took everything what was "biblish", so why not those tablets?
    Wow, the Vatican who stole in turn everything from the Templars, would be even more arrogant than they already are. So I put a lot of question marks on this story.
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    Dutch Wrote:
    michaels39301 Wrote: Stone was never made in a shed, it is a geologic phenomenon that happens over eons. It seems to me that they were probably chipped or axed from the side of a hill or mountain, but they were available. Just hop on a plane and fly to Jerusalem (Zion), and you will see for yourself. My guess (I have never been there) is that the "language" was whatever was understandable by those waiting at the base of the mountain at that time. And my "no one can touch it" comes from logical thinking. Anything that old has to be protected from the environment in order to prevent its decay and loss.
    I guess you did not read it right: I'm refering to the "type" of stone; that will determine if it is from there or from somewhere else or an asteroid material. Second, modern technology can date that and determine its origin. Third you do not mention if indeed a "western" independend lab researched it, as I mentioned. No one can touch it, means it is a fake. If it is a "soft" type of stone than certainly it is a human creation; people at that time did not have the tools to engrave "letter's? marks" into quartz. Guess what, the "crusaders" (Templars) stormed the Jewish land; they took everything what was "biblish", so why not those tablets?
    Wow, the Vatican who stole in turn everything from the Templars, would be even more arrogant than they already are. So I put a lot of question marks on this story.
    About the shed: I guess you forget how much work is it to smoothen any stone surface with just dull handtools; then carve it, which may have taken weeks on end; I guess no one in his right mind would go day in and out to the top of the "mountain" with his lunchbox to do that task. So it would make sense this was done in secret in a shed, if at all the story is true. Even modern writers do not lack fantasy!!!