Matt Dillahunty & Blake Giunta Q&A
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25-07-2015, 09:30 PM
RE: Matt Dillahunty & Blake Giunta Q&A
(25-07-2015 03:18 PM)jennybee Wrote:  She's on you tube. She's got about 20 courses on you tube. Here is the first one:

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I, too, noticed the vocal quiver. Poor thing must have gone through some pretty rough initial interactions before she figured out how to phrase things so she didn't get a reaction from Fundies. Sad

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I just watched that whole thing (posting occasionally) when I should be cleaning the house for the arrival of my Beloved tomorrow... so thanks for THAT, Jenny! Tongue

That's basically the course taught by my old pal, Dr. Paul Mirecki at KU, so I didn't learn anything new in the intro video, but it might be worth my time to watch that when I come back from Louisiana; I'd be surprised if there wasn't something new we've learned in the past decade.

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25-07-2015, 11:35 PM
RE: Matt Dillahunty & Blake Giunta Q&A
(25-07-2015 09:30 PM)RocketSurgeon76 Wrote:  
(25-07-2015 03:18 PM)jennybee Wrote:  She's on you tube. She's got about 20 courses on you tube. Here is the first one:

Cactus -

I, too, noticed the vocal quiver. Poor thing must have gone through some pretty rough initial interactions before she figured out how to phrase things so she didn't get a reaction from Fundies. Sad

Jennybee-

I just watched that whole thing (posting occasionally) when I should be cleaning the house for the arrival of my Beloved tomorrow... so thanks for THAT, Jenny! Tongue

That's basically the course taught by my old pal, Dr. Paul Mirecki at KU, so I didn't learn anything new in the intro video, but it might be worth my time to watch that when I come back from Louisiana; I'd be surprised if there wasn't something new we've learned in the past decade.

Yes, her later videos are a lil more in depth in terms of discussing the OT.

Have a wonderful time with your Beloved!

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26-07-2015, 12:17 AM
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(25-07-2015 03:12 PM)Tonechaser77 Wrote:  I should have known! Well maybe someone else can enjoy it
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I did. Thanks.

I love that man. He reminds me of my dad (physically resemblance ... a Welsh thing, I guess).

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26-07-2015, 09:35 AM
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I'm on the 4th one right now. I never realized that the character of Satan hadn't actually been developed yet in Genesis (or anywhere in the OT for that matter). Very interesting.
Also, her dress is white and gold. Just sayin'.



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26-07-2015, 09:38 AM
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(26-07-2015 09:35 AM)cactus Wrote:  I'm on the 4th one right now. I never realized that the character of Satan hadn't actually been developed yet in Genesis (or anywhere in the OT for that matter). Very interesting.
Also, her dress is white and gold. Just sayin'.



It's blue and black Tongue

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26-07-2015, 09:46 AM
RE: Matt Dillahunty & Blake Giunta Q&A
It's quite a deceiving dress. I guess you could call her dress a satan.

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29-07-2015, 03:28 PM
RE: Matt Dillahunty & Blake Giunta Q&A
In college one of my teachers was Nick Named "The Loon" (He thought it was after the bird everyone else said because he was crazy) He work most of his life as a Lawyer, and also dabbled as a Shakespearean actor. So his classes were always interesting. He was a treasure troth of knowledge and one of the easiest ways to get out of his test was to start up a subject that he would go into a long tangent on. He planet some of the first seeds of questioning doubt that I had about my faith.
We covered Greek mythology, christian mythology, and Chinese's mythology. The Christian one was the most interesting because we had a strong believer in our class. And would interrupt The Loon almost constantly to correct him on his points. I only remember on confrontation but the details are fuzzy. It was in regards to the tree of knowledge. And the loon said something along the lines of Knowledge is this sense used to suggest to followers learning and understanding are bad. It's easier just to repeat and follow. The one strong christian took up about 2 hours of the class arguing about how he was wrong.

It wasn't uncommon for him to say something outrageous, he would often wait after he said something crazy to see if he could spark debate. He was usually ready for most of it.

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