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Do you believe in ghosts?
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As a Jehovah's Witness I believe ghosts are demons masquerading as dead people. The following article may throw some light on the subject: http://www.watchtower.org/e/201008a/article_01.htm
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What's the most unusual question you've ever come across on this website?
Answers: 6 Views: 333 Rating: 2 Posted: 5 years ago
Take a look at Mmouse's answer ed shank, it's applicable to yours.
Rating: 1 Posted: 5 years ago
Where are the morals women?
Answers: 3 Views: 416 Rating: 0 Posted: 5 years ago
What exactly is this question supposed to be getting at?
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Has anybody in the US ever found the language used in British films difficult to understand?
Answers: 6 Views: 529 Rating: 0 Posted: 5 years ago
One example of a word which can have a different meaning in the UK is 'shag'. In America it refers to a bird, but in the UK it can be used as a verb with a completely different meaning altogether.
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What would be the one book out of many that would help a person with a personality disorder?
Answers: 2 Views: 260 Rating: 0 Posted: 5 years ago
The Bible.
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IF YOU COULD OUT LAW JUST ONE THING WHAT WOULD IT BE ?
Answers: 64 Views: 3678 Rating: 20 Posted: 5 years ago

Pornography.

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IF YOU COULD OUT LAW JUST ONE THING WHAT WOULD IT BE ?
Answers: 64 Views: 3678 Rating: 20 Posted: 5 years ago

Pormography.

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if there is a god who made him or where did he come from
Answers: 4 Views: 1502 Rating: 0 Posted: 5 years ago

You have to think, it is difficult for a human being to understand the concepts of God or Heaven, but that doesn't mean they should simply be written off as figments of the imagination. You wouldn't expect a fish to understand what's it's like on dry land, but that doesn't mean that dry land doesn't exist. The same principle could be applied to human beings and spiritual matters.

Rating: 0 Posted: 5 years ago
Can Science prove the existence of God, or even spirit for that matter?
Answers: 15 Views: 1776 Rating: 0 Posted: 5 years ago

Some scientists, like Richard Dawkins for instance, believe that science can actually disprove the existence of a God, but other disagree, saying that increased knowledge of the complexity of our universe only reinforces that belief. Have a good read of the following articles & decide for yourself: http://www.watchtower.org/e/20090901a/article_01.htm http://www.watchtower.org/e/20070815/article_01.htm http://www.watchtower.org/e/19990908a/article_02.htm http://www.watchtower.org/e/200912/article_02.htm http://www.watchtower.org/e/dg/article_03.htm

Rating: 1 Posted: 5 years ago
if there is a god who made him or where did he come from
Answers: 4 Views: 1502 Rating: 0 Posted: 5 years ago

The answer is, there is a God according to what I believe and, although this is extremely difficult for the human mind to comprehend, he never needed to be made by anyone because he's simply aways been there. A physical being has no comprehension of a spiritual being, which is basically what God is. He is a spiritual person with a powerful force which has always existed. Different religions have different ways of trying to get around the so-called absurdity of this. Mormons, for instance, teach that God was once a man, and that there has always been men becoming Gods and hence creating men who became Gods no matter how far back you go in time. Religions that teach the Trinity doctrine believe that God is made up of three parts, God the father, God the son (Jesus Christ) and God the holy spirit, each of which has always existed right back through time. I am a Jehovah's Witness and they disagree with both these teachings. They believe Jesus was the 'firstborn of all creation' and that all other things were created through him. Jehovah, or God, on the other hand, has always existed as a spiritual person and, unlike the physical universe around us, has never been created. The physcal universe and the Earth have existed for billions of years but the human race has only been here for just over 6000 years. It began with the creation of Adam in the Garden of Eden. The following articles may throw some more light on the subject: http://www.watchtower.org/e/ti/article_03.htm http://www.watchtower.org/e/20080501/article_01.htm http://www.watchtower.org/e/ti/article_08.htm http://www.watchtower.org/e/dg/article_03.htm

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