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Let us save our effort and just lie down and die. 
Hi loser, my name is Josh. I'm currently 19, working and am a resident of Australia. I don't have so much time for games now, but I have passion for dear ol' Dink. Pm me if you need help or advices. Oh, BTW I'm a lover of cynicism, black comedy and sarcasm. I like reading, and lying on the bed eating.

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2011-08-18 07:42:51
Peasant Male Heard Island And Mcdonald Islands
Let us save our effort and just lie down and die. 
Wow. Skull. You should never be a theologian. It is understood that "God" entails both Jesus Christ and Jehovah. After all, the word used in the original Hebrew text is "אֱלהִים" (elohim), which simply means "powers". In fact, Israelites used this term to refer to various magistrates in their' political system.
The fact that there are at least two gods is widely excepted by intellectual Christians. To minimise the confusion this may cause the Goyim, Jehovah's Witnesses refer to God the Father as "Jehovah". A few anti-trinitarian and hard-line Arians do teach that there is literally only one God, that Jesus does not qualify as a deity and is not worshipful etc.

Regarding DD's comments, you must realise, DD, that the Bible as Christians hold it today, was written by multiple authors in two separate languages, unlike the Quran, which was written by one man at one time. Every time it is translated, it will lose some of it's integrity, though it's primary tenets are unlikely to change. That's why Greek poems don't rhyme in English.

The translation argument is fuelled by a couple of historical factors: scholars still don't completely understand all aspects of ancient Hebrew and Greek, much less back when the Bible was first translated (the Peshootta). Later translations of the Bible were often based on existing translations, so one might find it translated from Hebrew to Arabic to Latin, which created more room for errors. Finally, the English language itself changes noticeably every 300 years or so, which means most Goyim don't understand the Old King James translation which was published about 30 years after Shakespeare died, for example.

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Animated Heavy Portcullis 1.1Development, GraphicsGood 7.0November 14th, 2009

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Spice up your' house, no more lovers falling onto the floor in the night. MsDinks' Graphics Pak1NormalExceptional 9.0January 11th, 2011
Very Nice graphics here IPD Pack 1NormalGood 8.3February 26th, 2010
Old Hero New Thief review Old Hero New ThiefNormalFair 6.3August 20th, 2009

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