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Featured Universalist Understanding?

Discussion in 'Controversial Christian Theology' started by Greg J., Oct 8, 2018.

  1. hedrick

    hedrick Senior Veteran Supporter

    Detailed dictionaries go through a whole range of historical meaning. Origen's usage is important to understanding how the term was used by parts of the early church. That may or may not be a usage we want to accept.
  2. Der Alte

    Der Alte This is me about 1 yr. old. Supporter

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    I have been mentored and my work has been evaluated by noted professors who had been teaching since before I was born. Your criticism is about as meaningful to me as the buzzing of a mosquito.
    verb (1)
    \╦łkrap \
    crapped; crapping
    Definition of crap
    (Entry 1 of 4)
    intransitive verb
    usually vulgar
    : defecate
    noun (1)
    Definition of crap (Entry 2 of 4)
    1a usually vulgar : feces
    b usually vulgar : the act of defecating
    2 slang, sometimes vulgar : nonsense, rubbish also : stuff sense 4b

    Merriam-Webster dictionary
    Definition of CRAP

  3. Pneuma3

    Pneuma3 Well-Known Member

    look at where it says 2 slang.... do you or do you not see the word nonsense there?

    So again your repeated denial shows not just me but every reader reading that you have been shown your error but are simply to proud to admit it.

    As I said you do yourself no favor because now everyone can see even when something is there that cannot be disputed you will not repent of your error.

    This speaks very bad of you DA.