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  1. Window please.... LOL. Puts down the bucket.
  2. "law enforcement officers raided the homes of 1,166 worshippers’ families, the Jehovah’s Witnesses said" Somebody probably knows better than me... but I'm sure Russia has bigger problems than a perceived infestation of JW's? Big tough Russian Federal agents practice arresting and threatening bible toting preachers..... while American special forces are actively trying to take down ACTUAL TERRORISTS like ISIS. Something doesn't add up. Putin must have a grudge or just not have control of his own thugs. Or maybe he is too busy trying to learn hockey?
  3. "E-Tell is believed by some scholars, led by Prof. Rami Arav of the University of Nebraska in Omaha, to have been Geshur’s capital and is also thought to have been, centuries later, the village of Bethsaida, which features prominently in the New Testament. " ... "The preliminary analysis of the pottery dates the fort to the early Iron Age, specifically the 11th or 10th century B.C.E., Tzin says. This, according to the biblical chronology, would have been the time of the great united Israelite monarchy of David and Solomon, and Geshur is mentioned several times in the holy text in con
  4. Looks like Joe Biden won... NBC / AP are calling it now.... the next few days should be interesting to watch.
  5. U.S. daily coronavirus cases exceed 129,000, third day over 100,000 - I guess you were right.
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  6. I was asked this question in a PM. She referred to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (one being Jesus Christ on a White horse) and the following screenshot
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    “Homosexuals have a right to be part of the family,” the pontiff said in “Francesco,” a documentary about his life.
  7. An epitaph The inscription reads: "Si Gabbor, a priest of Shahar at Neirab. This is my image. Because I have served him with integrity, he [Shahar] has given me a good reputation and a long life. On the day of my death, my mouth could still speak and I saw with my eyes four generations of my descendants. They were weeping and grieving over me. They put no silver or bronze objects beside me; they put nothing but my clothes on me, so that my tomb would not be violated. Whoever thou may be, O thou who harmest me by moving me, may Shahar and Nikkal and Nusku make thy death shameful and may thy
  8. This funerary stele presents under a long inscription in Aramaic a figurative scene with a priest seated at the banquet. The cult of the moon god, Sîn in Akkadian, is already well established in the Aleppo region of Syria. In the long dedication the deceased takes stock of his life and says his desire for a beautiful death and to enjoy the rest in the Hereafter without its remains being desecrated. Material used basalt Location Room 302, Sully Wing, Louvre Palace, 1st arrondissement of Paris, Paris, Metro
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