Tusks in the tucus.
There are indeed limited uses for a live cat.
Now a dead cat… the possibilities are endless… :D
Seems fun perhaps, until he bear turns and rips you a new one. ; )
If a person posts just to upset other people… they gain zero respect from me.
I am not trying to argue with you here, nor be rude. I am asking you to question why you feel the way you do… and consider that the arguments you’ve posted above do not stand up to scrutiny. It would be wise to re-consider your views of the Bible. Why?
Because there is one eventuality of all humankind: we grow old, we weaken, we die. There has never been a single human who has not died. The Bible presents the only solution to that: faith in the God who created us and who has power over life and death. Because along with all the other prophesies that have come true, there are several that tell of a future resurrection in which the dead will be brought back to life, in splendid conditions. This is not a “fairy tale” but rather is a promise from God, “Who cannot lie.”
The choice of course is yours. You can examine the Bible, actually read it and see what it says. Pray for assistance, because the Bible is revealed to us by God’s Spirit; that’s how it works. Above all humility is required, because “God hates the haughty”. A person can’t learn anything if they’re already convinced what they’re studying is false. An open mind and willingness to learn is necessary, as in any field of study. And if God provides you an opportunity to learn that you’re not expecting… take it.
Or reject it. Ignore the Bible if you wish. Keep denying the Bible due to existing bias, without research or examination. The choice is totally yours. As God states in the Bible, it is literally a choice “between good and bad, between life and death”. It’s a choice we all make, and that choice will result in either our “salvation” (developing a personal relationship with God and eternal life), or our demise (the undeniable fate of all humankind).
Those are the choices. I hope you make the correct one. But know this: I’m a skeptic by nature, very analytical and logical. Yet try as I could, I could not prove the Bible wrong. Just the opposite; I found it absolutely true.
If there’s one thing your message says loudly… it’s that you don’t believe because you don’t want to believe. You look for excuses to not believe. It’s not that you find scripture faulty; it’s that you don’t want to find it true. That is very clear in several areas.
You speak of “animal burning savages”. Does our society eat meat even to this day? You clearly do not understand how the sacrificial process worked.
Your statement about historians and archaeologists “seeing what they were looking for”: on what validated proof and evidence do you base that statement? Are you seriously stating the entire structure of archaeology is corrupt?
When someone finds an ancient stone written in an unknown language… and upon deciphering that language they discover the same things the Bible states, that’s not “seeing what they were looking for”. It’s the exact opposite: it’s verified reality from more than one source.
A ruler’s name appears only in the Bible and is discarded by critics as fake. Then it is discovered on an ancient stone tablet— and the Bible proved true.
Some historians widely denied the authenticity of the modern Bible… then they discovered the Dead Sea Scrolls in a cave stored in earthen jars that date some 2,300 years ago and those scrolls validate the scriptures.
These things call to question why you have such negative opinions. Is it because you’ve researched these things… or because you are pre-biased against the scriptures and are determined to disbelieve what they say no matter what?
“The idea that god gave them the gift to prophesy about him is a circular argument.”
Why is that a “circular argument”? God tells them the prophesy… they write down what he tells them hundreds or even thousands of years ahead of time… and the prophesy comes true. That is how prophesy works. There is nothing “circular” about any of that, nor does it have to do with “logic”. It has to do with foretold reality.
Can’t talk with tusks! Called it a week ago! Mwahahahahaha…
i am new pls tell me all there is to know about this comic please reply to me the info you have.
Hi, welcome! Horace is of course a horse. His daily activities range from pointing out the obvious to the absurd. The humor is quite often subtle. A recurring theme in the strip is an elevator that does unexpected things when the button is pressed. Horace has a thing with counting sheep when he tries to sleep; the sheep have other ideas. He has a girlfriend that we see on rare occasion. He’s fairly intelligent, especially for a horse. Sight gags (such as above) are common in the strip.
Hope this is a suitable introduction. It’s a pretty good comic with lots of fans.
Horace’s idea has bugs.
I’m afraid Silly Season is correct. On a rotary phone (at least in the U.S. as distributed by AT&T) the finger-stop is on the right side of the phone and the dial is turned clockwise, then returns counter-clockwise.
Perhaps you live in another country, or use an exclusive phone? Because if one is a U.S. citizen, there’s not much doubt how a rotary phone is set up.
Not that it’s a big deal. It’s just that people simply can’t stand for someone to be mistaken and we always make a big deal out of it. ;D
Dogs have bones! Nice knowing you, Poncho! :D