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highschool dropouts can succeed as much as graduates

chreis2002
3DCrew

many students today are struggling from mental problems and family issued at home as finaicial problems, or even peer presure, that have may cause these students to lose their ability to stay in school and urges to find a job to support themselves in their family. But in the long run they have their knowledge that can reach far as they dream to become in life....

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Time is an illusion

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happypancakeeater

I assert that time does not exist. It is, in fact, an illusion created by the movement of matter and energy. Let's suppose a greatly simplifed universe which is only composed of 4 atoms labeled A, B, C, and D. In this space exactly large enough to contain these atoms they are created by God and arranged in order ABC and D is the observer. God rearranges them to CAB and D is not changed. God rearranges them back to ABC and D is not changed. Did atom D just go back in "time" or just witness a...

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There is a low enough probability for the existence of God to doubt his existence.

MYTN
3DCrew

Definition of God: An intelligent entity that created the universe Low probability: A claim that lacks so much evidence that it is considered void Though there is no definite scientific proof for the existence of God, there such a low probability of God's existence that we may well assume that he does not exist. To use the cliched analogy, though someone may claim that there is a giant pink elephant giving Osama bin Laden a piggy back ride while jumping through a hoop of flames to the sound...

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Should the Genesis account of creation be read literally?

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killa_connor

This is one of those "nagging" questions that Christians, Jews, and Muslims all have to deal with at some point. I can't say that I have a sure answer at this point but I am surely leaning toward "yes". First, let's define the bounds of the assertion. I'm speaking of the assertions that the bible makes about the genesis of the universe, the Earth, Sun, and us. My core sticking point is the story of Adam and Eve. I would be inclined to opt for a more liberal interpretation accept for this one...

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