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Some spin these references into meaning that the Earth is a sphere. The problem with translation is that the further you go from the literal meaning, the more error you're potentially
 
Some spin these references into meaning that the Earth is a sphere. The problem with translation is that the further you go from the literal meaning, the more error you're potentially
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* Might be interesting to have a "harm of religion" page, if it can be linked up somewhere. I'll start a list here:
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* [http://unreasonablefaith.com/2011/02/20/gop-lawmaker-claims-god-will-provide-natural-resources-forever-and-ever/ God won't let us run out of resources] - thus contributing to more destruction of the planet, avoidance of action to better our condition.
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* [http://insession.blogs.cnn.com/2010/05/13/son-dies-slowly-as-parents-pray/ Son dies slowly as parents pray], in spite of easily treatable ailment.
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crusades The Crusades], where religion prompted a group of Christian nights to slaughter anyone in their way of securing the holy land.
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spanish_Inquisition The Spanish Inquisition], where draconian and barbaric measures were taken to ensure people stay within the Catholic church.

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- Started to babble on out of context of a page.. this ought to go elsewhere - also, point out that if the Bible was indicating a spherical earth, why is it that such assertions were prosecuted as heresy by the bible believers before?


that isn't a vastly distorted and spun translation? Here's an example:
  • "He stretches out the north over the void and hangs the earth on nothing." (Job 26:7)
  • "It is he who sits above the circle of the earth, ..." (Isaiah 40:22)

Some spin these references into meaning that the Earth is a sphere. The problem with translation is that the further you go from the literal meaning, the more error you're potentially



  • Might be interesting to have a "harm of religion" page, if it can be linked up somewhere. I'll start a list here:

Examples

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