brain sizes: Einstein's and women's
jwknight at polbox.com
Wed Aug 28 02:02:57 EST 2002
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> > > > Thank you for that reply.
> > > >
> > > > Throughout the entire Holy Bible, the English word "jew" is always
> > > > translated from the Hebrew word "Yhudiy" or the Greek word
> > > > (Strong's 3065 and 2453, respectively). There are no exceptions.
> > >
> > > Strongs geves the meaning of word 3065 as "an Israelite"!
> > > It lists 2453 as meaning either a Jew _in a geographical sense_ or a
> > Judean.
> > Precisely.
> > But this is disputed by the actual Word of God in the Holy Bible.
> > You cannot find a single instance in the Holy Bible that supports this
> > statement by Strong.
> Go ahead and contradict yourself some more, we find it amusing.
> First Strong is your ultimate reference, now Strong is fulla shit.
> I think it is you who is fulla shit.
> Get a life.
> bionet.neuroscience snipped.
> The Shadow Dancer
Strong's is a reference point, not an authority. The Holy Bible is the
authority. When the two conflict, the Holy Bible is the authority.
That's not too difficult to understand, is it?
oops, I almost forgot [32% of their responses were not statistically
significant, 23% were statistically significant because they scored lower
than if they'd just guessed, and of the 45% that was statistically
significant, the amount by which they scored lower than boys was
statistically significant on 24.4%, by which they scored higher than boys
was statistically significant on 2.6%, and the difference between boys and
girls was not stastically significant on 18%], hmm, no, take that back.
It IS a bit difficult, eh?
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