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I don't see how it makes Bible different from other Holy books. Still, It makes Deductions from Dogmas.
Becauer these are real world apllications which came true.


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"Aarjan" wrote:


I don't see how it makes Bible different from other Holy books. Still, It makes Deductions from Dogmas.
Becauer these are real world apllications which came true.

So, now, leaving the fact that There's Hindu Prophecies which came true, Bible is on a peculiar state of Having real Prophecies, Like Tripitaka is in it's peculiar Condition of not having a God, like Upanishads Remains in their Peculiar position of having Most complexity and of better explanations.

Okay, there's something Peculiar in Each Holy Book.

the rest is silence 


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"Aarjan" wrote:


I don't see how it makes Bible different from other Holy books. Still, It makes Deductions from Dogmas.
Becauer these are real world apllications which came true.

So, now, leaving the fact that There's Hindu Prophecies which came true, Bible is on a peculiar state of Having real Prophecies, Like Tripitaka is in it's peculiar Condition of not having a God, like Upanishads Remains in their Peculiar position of having Most complexity and of better explanations.

Okay, there's something Peculiar in Each Holy Book.
I have no doubt there have been prophecies fufilled in hinduism. However consistency is the key. Every prophecy in The Bible has or will be fufilled.


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"Aarjan" wrote:




"AlphaT" wrote:






"Aarjan" wrote:




I don't see how it makes Bible different from other Holy books. Still, It makes Deductions from Dogmas.
Becauer these are real world apllications which came true.

So, now, leaving the fact that There's Hindu Prophecies which came true, Bible is on a peculiar state of Having real Prophecies, Like Tripitaka is in it's peculiar Condition of not having a God, like Upanishads Remains in their Peculiar position of having Most complexity and of better explanations.

Okay, there's something Peculiar in Each Holy Book.
I have no doubt there have been prophecies fufilled in hinduism. However consistency is the key. Every prophecy in The Bible has or will be fufilled.


I can say the same thing about literally every other holy book or religion. All the prophecies they make have either been fulfilled, or will be, and you can't prove me wrong.  


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"AlphaT" wrote:



"Aarjan" wrote:




"AlphaT" wrote:






"Aarjan" wrote:




I don't see how it makes Bible different from other Holy books. Still, It makes Deductions from Dogmas.
Becauer these are real world apllications which came true.

So, now, leaving the fact that There's Hindu Prophecies which came true, Bible is on a peculiar state of Having real Prophecies, Like Tripitaka is in it's peculiar Condition of not having a God, like Upanishads Remains in their Peculiar position of having Most complexity and of better explanations.

Okay, there's something Peculiar in Each Holy Book.
I have no doubt there have been prophecies fufilled in hinduism. However consistency is the key. Every prophecy in The Bible has or will be fufilled.


I can say the same thing about literally every other holy book or religion. All the prophecies they make have either been fulfilled, or will be, and you can't prove me wrong.  
Well, put all the key elements in your arguement. When i say a prophecy will be fufilled, i mean that the book explicitly sets it in our future. Such as revelations. Now, another thing is that some prophecies have elements in them which refrence empires such as Babylon conquering other territories. So, we know that these had to have happened in the past. Not a single one of these types of prophecies has ever gone unfulfilled in the Bible. When i say it will happen, i refer to the context of the passage. So in that case, you cant say with validity that things will happen just as an excuse for them not happening.


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"AlphaT" wrote:

I have no doubt there have been prophecies fufilled in hinduism. However consistency is the key. Every prophecy in The Bible has or will be fufilled.


Bible prophecies tells something that is sure to happen or obvious.

some people loved to act carefully to satisfy the prophecy.

I can make 100 prophecies now. All of them can Come true.

Clearly, The philosophers who produced Upanishads were busy at thinking, they did not wanted to waste time in Prophecies. you won't find Prophecies in Upanishads.

the rest is silence 


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"AlphaT" wrote:



"Teh_Skittlez" wrote:




"AlphaT" wrote:






"Aarjan" wrote:







"AlphaT" wrote:









"Aarjan" wrote:






I don't see how it makes Bible different from other Holy books. Still, It makes Deductions from Dogmas.
Becauer these are real world apllications which came true.

So, now, leaving the fact that There's Hindu Prophecies which came true, Bible is on a peculiar state of Having real Prophecies, Like Tripitaka is in it's peculiar Condition of not having a God, like Upanishads Remains in their Peculiar position of having Most complexity and of better explanations.

Okay, there's something Peculiar in Each Holy Book.
I have no doubt there have been prophecies fufilled in hinduism. However consistency is the key. Every prophecy in The Bible has or will be fufilled.


I can say the same thing about literally every other holy book or religion. All the prophecies they make have either been fulfilled, or will be, and you can't prove me wrong.  
Well, put all the key elements in your arguement. When i say a prophecy will be fufilled, i mean that the book explicitly sets it in our future. Such as revelations. Now, another thing is that some prophecies have elements in them which refrence empires such as Babylon conquering other territories. So, we know that these had to have happened in the past. Not a single one of these types of prophecies has ever gone unfulfilled in the Bible. When i say it will happen, i refer to the context of the passage. So in that case, you cant say with validity that things will happen just as an excuse for them not happening.


Well, Tyre is still here.


Posted about 5 years ago

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"Aarjan" wrote:



"AlphaT" wrote:


I have no doubt there have been prophecies fufilled in hinduism. However consistency is the key. Every prophecy in The Bible has or will be fufilled.


Bible prophecies tells something that is sure to happen or obvious.

some people loved to act carefully to satisfy the prophecy.

I can make 100 prophecies now. All of them can Come true.

Clearly, The philosophers who produced Upanishads were busy at thinking, they did not wanted to waste time in Prophecies. you won't find Prophecies in Upanishads.


You are the person who still thinks you can use the common defense for why Christianity is misleading with the "linen" topic in Leviticus.

Love it. 

 


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