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    it all

    To anyone who doesn't understand the message in the OP, I would suggest getting a very high resolution monitor and zooming in to the title. Then it all will be very clear
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    Question for flat earthers....

    The flat earth society is a respectable organization with members all over the globe
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    it all

    I would elaborate, but the title says it all
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    HEAVEN by Randy Alcorn

    I didn't catch anything overtly calvinist when I read it, but he definitely doesn't mention the rapture, which was the biggest disappointment. Another thing like was mentioned above is that he is snarky about people that believe the New Jerusalem will float above the New Earth. He claims people...
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    Singular "they"

    Same with me. I ended up learning more about grammar concepts in my Spanish classes. It's easy to forget English counts as a foreign language for you :lol
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    Singular "they"

    Grammar isn't taught so much in school now adays. I learned practically everything I know about it in middle school because I was part of the "gifted" program and my wonderful teacher made sure to actually teach us. But the only time I can remember diagramming sentences is when we took a break...
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    Singular "they"

    I love my grammar. She still bakes me cookies
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    Singular "they"

    The topic of dangling participles will have to be another thread :lol but I've always liked the response commonly attributed to Winston Churchill where he says after being corrected about a dangling participle, "this is the sort of errant pedantry up with which I will not put" Whether Churchill...
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    Singular "they"

    Hey I said the things I do best in, not the things in which I do perfectly
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    Singular "they"

    It works, but it's also clunky... Just a reminder there is always someone better than me, even at the things I do best in :lol This is the situation I was questioning when i wrote the OP
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    Singular "they"

    Even in situations where gender isn't concerned, singular they is becoming more popular. For example, "when someone decides to get food, they often buy fast food" you still conjugate as if it were plural, but it supposedly functions as parallel to a the original singular "someone"
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    The Most Beautiful Words in the English Language!!!!

    I dunno, I'm pretty partial to @Tall Timbers 's
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    Singular "they"

    I'm a bit of a purist when it comes to grammar, so even though it's becoming accepted by more and more in academia to use singular they, it just doesn't sit well with me. I guess another alternative might be using a lot of "one," but that sounds stuffy. When one does this, one also does that...
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    Singular "they"

    My fellow grammar-minded RFers, what are your thoughts on this phenomenon? Is there a better alternative? I've been playing around with neutral "he," which has largely gone out of style. "He/she" was a staple in old essays of mine. Which do you default to?
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    The Millennial Kingdom: Living and Eating

    To be fair, I learned it from Jack Kelley, and I also believe it's what the Bible says. It's not like I came up with the idea on my own, or I'm making it up even though I think the Bible says otherwise. Thankfully I don't think that highly of myself. Every time this conversation comes up it...
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    The Millennial Kingdom: Living and Eating

    And I'm saying verse 17 right before it is also describing the millennium. The new heavens and new earth are at the start of the millennium. The New Jerusalem also comes down from heaven at that time, and the Church lives in it from then on. Death exists on the new earth even though there is...
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    Air Force to allow uniformed members to wear turbans, hijabs, beards in new dress code update, officials say

    I'm a heavily biased person because I currently sport a collarbones length beard (also not in the military myself), but let's not associate beards with Islam here. God gave men the ability to have a beard, and I'm exercising it because I like it. If you go back and look at pictures of soldiers...
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    The Millennial Kingdom: Living and Eating

    I agree with Steve53 and the late Jack Kelley that the new heavens and earth are made at the start of the millennium. Isaiah 65, the other place in the bible describing the new heavens and new earth, talks about death ON the new earth. The only way it is possible for there to be death on it is...
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    History’s Most Viewed Event

    I think it would be pretty cool to go out with a bang Another something to ponder: will our glorified bodies be like the description of Jesus where his skin color is like molten metal and his eyes are like fire? If people could see us after our transformation in a twinkling (before we are...
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    The Millennial Kingdom: Living and Eating

    I concur. Reading Isaiah 65 along with Rev. 21, this is the only interpretation that accounts for all of the descriptions. Verse 17 of Isaiah 65 starts off talking about the "new heavens and new earth" God is making, and then says that when people dies at 100 they will be considered cursed. That...
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