Of course he doesn't. This is Brad we're talking about. The second he sees a 4 or a 7 he goes on his batshit insane ramblings.Brad. Do you even know why there is a NORTHERN Ireland? Do you, more to the point, know that people up there are largely and fiercely Protestant? How many fucks do Protestants largely give about the feast days of Catholic saints? (Hint: if you divide by that number, your calculator gives up)
And yet, the Quran claims Mary was a virgin and you claim to have been Muhammad. Funny how you keep trying to correct people about Mary while claiming to have been a man who claimed she was a virgin.I wrote the following on some Facebook groups and pages this morning including a Roman Catholic one...
Mary Mother of God was not a virgin, that's a myth . "Jesus son of Joseph" - John 1:45. Joseph & Mary had 7 children altogether. The 'perpetual virgin' is an extension of the myth of the Virgin Mary. Mary Mother of God is correct and is how she should be referred to for Jesus son of Joseph was God-incarnate. Mark 6:3 and Matthew 13:55–56 state that James, Joses (or Joseph), Jude and Simon were the 4 brothers of Jesus. The same verses also mention unnamed sisters of Jesus. Mark 3:31–32 tells about Jesus' mother and brothers looking for Jesus.
"Vestal Virgins (Latin: Vestales) were the priestesses of the Roman goddess of the hearth, Vesta, in the state religion of ancient Rome. At varying times there were four to six priestesses employed. They were the only full-time clergy (collegia) of a Roman deity which attests to the high regard in which the goddess was held. They tended the sacred fire in the shrine of Vesta in the Roman Forum and performed other rites associated with the goddess such as caring for the sacred objects in the shrine and inner sanctuary, preparing ritual food and officiating at public events during the yearly Vestalia, Vesta’s feast days (June 7-15). They also ritually prepared the herbs sprinkled on sacrifices and made the bread (pane) which was offered on feast days such as March 1st, which was the Roman New Year." - http://ancient.eu/Vestal_Virgin/ (Did the Julian Calendar 46 BC establish January 1 as New Year's Day?)
What would the main reason be for perpetuating this myth? Power. First, promoting the Virgin Mary Mother of God and perpetual virgin was one way to unify Pagan-Roman beliefs with Messianic-Judaism to create Christianity. Second, it was a matter of the Hebrew royal lineage since Jesus son of Joseph was descended from King David. If it weren't for the Roman invasion/dominance of Judea, Jesus would have actually been "The King of the Judeans" (titulus on placard on the Cross). The myth of the physical Ascension takes Jesus up into the heavens supposedly without him having produced an heir. His brothers and sisters would then be left to produce heirs to the Hebrews Royal Family. The Roman emperors didn't want any competition from descendants of Jesus and his family, so they wiped them out from history. Emperor Constantine is considered the first Christian Roman emperor although he didn't convert to Christianity until being on his deathbed and he had wondered why Jesus was worshiped as God-incarnate and he wasn't. Julius Caesar was the first Roman leader to be considered God and this was the belief that was at the root of the Israelites not accepting Roman occupation.
I just asked the following question on https://questions.bibleinfo.com/ask ...
Have we seen all the Bible prophecies fulfilled: Nation of Israel, Ronald(6 letters) Wilson(6) Reagan(6) the "666 1st Beast"/ Antichrist, Nancy Reagan the "Whore of Babylon", George Walker Bush (Jr.) the "2nd Beast"/Antichrist, Pope Benedict XVI the "False Prophet", United States is "Mystery Babylon", Iraq War being the "destruction of Babylon", Syria being "Armageddon", Donald Trump = "six hundred sixty-six (666) using the 'Evil=48 Code' of A=49, B50...Z74, my producing the "book/scroll sealed with 7 seals" ('Beyond Einstein Theories') of Rev 5:1 (http://7seals.blogspot.com ) and my "Judging everyone according to their actions" (http://7seals.yuku.com )?
@Anonymus Fluhre : Hey, has the oldest of your 4 kids turned 7?
If I remember correctly, he also said he stop writing alot and start writing a lot. Didn't really do that either.You said you were gonna stop using that term.
ring ring hello Bradley?https://www.ispot.tv/ad/I_hQ/michelob-ultra-artificial-devices-confusion
Check out this ad. One Siri misunderstands and says, "Calling Brad" which becomes "Calling Brenda". Quite a 'coincidence'!
Under.Over under Tiger Woods 12th place at Augusta, what you got Brad?
I knew someone with the last name Ritz who worked for Nabisco.I find the idea of any significance to a guy named "Fowler" being temporarily near some waterfowl to be an utter canard. (See what I did there? HAR!) I have worked with a theatrical lighting designer -- her entire career was this -- whose last name was "Light." While working in retail receiving once, I processed an order of watering cans from a guy named "Sprinkle," and that store repeatedly got its wooden cabinets from (among others) a supplier whose contact person had the surname "Woodie." If Fowler actually worked at a bird rescue, I'd be a lot more impressed.
They're delicious!Squids are awesome, how is that a punishment?