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If I were the devil! -- Paul Harvey 1964
« on: March 11, 2014, 03:26:47 AM »
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Pretty accurate description of todays world... remember this was recorded in 1964.

I agree with him... only I disagree on the Main-actor/architect of the modern world.. it is in my humble opinion not the devil.. but the Anti-christ.. in arabic Daijal.
Although the devil may work with him.
 

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Re: If I were the devil! -- Paul Harvey 1964
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2014, 11:52:38 AM »
This just sounds like ultraconservative rhetoric. Exaggerating certain truth and realities and attributing these new "facts" to the will of the devil. Nothing really prophetic about it in my opinion.

A little background in to this spiel.
http://www.snopes.com/politics/soapbox/devil.asp
 

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Re: If I were the devil! -- Paul Harvey 1964
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2014, 04:07:28 PM »
This just sounds like ultraconservative rhetoric. Exaggerating certain truth and realities and attributing these new "facts" to the will of the devil. Nothing really prophetic about it in my opinion.

A little background in to this spiel.
http://www.snopes.com/politics/soapbox/devil.asp

Thanx for the extra information.

They say that even a broken clock is right, two times a day.
In big lines he was right.. the part on socialism, labour and patriotism is indeed ultraconservative. But most of his speech he is on point.

 

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Re: If I were the devil! -- Paul Harvey 1964
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2014, 09:31:03 AM »
I do believe that Satan is indeed the ruler of this domain, and that is stated in the bible. He operates through his proxies who are in positions of power and influence.

 

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Re: If I were the devil! -- Paul Harvey 1964
« Reply #4 on: March 21, 2014, 07:06:14 PM »
Its like some people are so hell bent (npi) on seeing a literal Being that they'll just dismiss anything, including actual facts.
 

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Re: If I were the devil! -- Paul Harvey 1964
« Reply #5 on: March 22, 2014, 07:08:39 AM »
Its like some people are so hell bent (npi) on seeing a literal Being that they'll just dismiss anything, including actual facts.


Its like if they don't see God as he was presented in Ezikiel or Satan with Horns sticking out of his forehead and they say "it is me God" or it is me Satan" then it's like they'll just throw any type of evidence or discovery away.



Some of mankind just can't accept that we're just a special kind of Animal and not a type of God.
 

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« Reply #6 on: March 25, 2014, 08:08:29 AM »
Its like some people are so hell bent (npi) on seeing a literal Being that they'll just dismiss anything, including actual facts.


Its like if they don't see God as he was presented in Ezikiel or Satan with Horns sticking out of his forehead and they say "it is me God" or it is me Satan" then it's like they'll just throw any type of evidence or discovery away.



Some of mankind just can't accept that we're just a special kind of Animal and not a type of God.

I agree. Some people have difficulty with understanding that just because you can't see it, it isn't there. With our naked eye we can't see colors outside of the electromagnetic spectrum but they are there, there are sound frequencies that we can't hear.
 

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Re: If I were the devil! -- Paul Harvey 1964
« Reply #7 on: March 25, 2014, 10:05:46 AM »
Abu Hanifia a famous  muslim scholar born in 699 CE used to engage in conversation with people like that.

One Atheist came to him and said "Show me G_d himself, and I will believe!"

So Abu Hanifa, replied, you want to see him?
"Yes!" the man said.

Abu Hanifa said that is easy, let us go outside.

So they went outside.
And Abu hanifa pointed at the Sun and said to the man... Look right into it.
The Man looked into the sun but after a second or two lowered his gaze.
No No Said Abu Hanifa "keep looking straight into the sun"
The Man looked into the sun again but after a second or two lowered his gaze.
No No Said Abu Hanifa "keep looking straight into the sun, don't lower your gaze"
The Man replied, "I can not do that you want to make me blind"

The Abu Hanifa replied.... "If you can not even look directly at his creation, what makes you think that you can look straight at G_D"
 

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Re: If I were the devil! -- Paul Harvey 1964
« Reply #8 on: March 25, 2014, 10:39:41 AM »
Abu Hanifia a famous  muslim scholar born in 699 CE used to engage in conversation with people like that.

One Atheist came to him and said "Show me G_d himself, and I will believe!"

So Abu Hanifa, replied, you want to see him?
"Yes!" the man said.

Abu Hanifa said that is easy, let us go outside.

So they went outside.
And Abu hanifa pointed at the Sun and said to the man... Look right into it.
The Man looked into the sun but after a second or two lowered his gaze.
No No Said Abu Hanifa "keep looking straight into the sun"
The Man looked into the sun again but after a second or two lowered his gaze.
No No Said Abu Hanifa "keep looking straight into the sun, don't lower your gaze"
The Man replied, "I can not do that you want to make me blind"

The Abu Hanifa replied.... "If you can not even look directly at his creation, what makes you think that you can look straight at G_D"

I like that and it's true. The evidence is overwhelming, just look around. The thought that everything on earth developed out of pure chance is ridiculous to me.