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For clarification: agnostic means “a person who believes that nothing is known or can be known of the existence or nature of God or of anything beyond material phenomena; a person who claims neither faith nor disbelief in God.”

I don’t wanna be confused with atheist, because that’s not what I am.

外围体育投注I’m not a Christian as I wasn’t raised in a Christian household, and my race is half-spanish and half-Japanese. I play guitar as a hobby, and I consider myself to be decent.

After watching some videos of super soulful, funky at black churches, I would really like to take part of these worship bands (sorry I don’t know the official name for it) as a rhythm guitarist. This is the type music I really want to play because it’s just so tasty.

However, given that I’m not black and not Christian, would it be weird for me to join a worship band like this? Thanks.

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Is royalty more important than religion and common sense or are we nuts?

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I’m not being a troll when I ask this but genuinely curious what people believe or if they consider/think it matters?

外围体育投注Was there nothing before god and if not, did it just appear during the Big Bang?

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Yes, I understand that interpretations may be different. That's not really my question. I guess I'm trying to say is, the Bible talks about Israel etc, and the Jewish people. Since Jews and Christians both believe that Adam and Eve existed (whether metaphorical or not is irrelevant), both believe other stuff as well, and god saying that the Jews needed help, doesn't that mean the Christians are following a god who had helped out the Jews?

So I guess my question is, what changed?

To the Christians who have no issue with Jews, that's not really my question, I guess it's kind of like 'where do antisemites get their ideas'? Was it in the bible or is it just something else? Historically did something happen?

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I don't know if I've ever heard anybody bring it up during any of his three runs for POTUS (1988 and 2008 before 2020).

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Was Jesus's father Heli (Mary's father)?

外围体育投注Were Joseph and Mary covering the sins of the grandfather?

外围体育投注Did Mary get Heli drunk in a tent like Lot's daughter's did?

The term alien is used in Moses law for an incest birth.

If real aliens injected holy semen into Mary's egg isn't that alien intervention and we should allow DNA or human genetic engineering so we can try make Jesus?

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外围体育投注I've heard about God of War and Injustice Gods Among Us both being banned in Muslims countries just for having "God" in the title. And Injustice had to be renamed "Mighty Among Us" in order to release in those kinda areas, but like, the heck did they do about Captain Shazam, who has the power of like 5 Gods(Soloman is just a Jewish King, and, I personally consider Titans and demigods gods broadly talking). Do they just need to take the word god out of a title? (NOTE: You don't actually need to answer the specific question about Shazam, as this may not be the right place for that.)

外围体育投注I recall reading on Wikipedia that schools in Egypt would use the Egyptian God of Knowledge as their symbol of science, but, well, it's Wikipedia, so I should do take it with a grain of salt. And, like, I know Allah is just the Arabic name for God, and I've heard that other gods would be called allahs? But, idk, somehow I feel Muslims/the Arabic language would, like, have a seperate term for non abrahamic gods, maybe a similar word, but still different to distinguish them from the abrahamic god.

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