You silly Czech taught me something today. I always thought a vacume is space devoid of matter. I was under the impression that 'vacuum' is second hand and inferior American English for 'vacume'. You taught me that spelling it as 'vacuum' is also English English!
This one was really funny. 'Believe in' a god of nature....
Not all people are as unenlightened as you, thuggy. You really should read more than one book. Your illiteracy is not a good ad for the religion you believe in.
Of course, AZPaul3 does not believe in stories from the Bible nor the Fall, but apparently, he does knowingly or unknowingly believe in a god of forces. Note: NKJV and NIV refer to a "god of fortresses whereas KJV refers to a god of forces. Some could attribute this homage to "Mother Nature"...
It's as if Thuggy thinks that nobody has ever heard his preaching before.
Hey, Thuggy. I've read many versions of your favourite Holey Book. Multiple times. That's what turned me into a radical, militant atheist. It doesn't help you quoting it. Your versions of your favourite 'Holey Book' don't make any sense.
I'll steep down to the level quoting 'so-called' authorities, too.
To quote Judge Judy: "If it doesn't make any sense, it likely is not true."
So, if your favourite Spooks just are and were not created, what is their supposed purpose? Huh? Just there for no purpose?
Aren't they supposed to they feel constantly angry or depressed (yeah, supposedly killed everything in a magic fluddy); do they have a hard time maintaining relationships (yeah, supposedly constantly send most people to hell for not believing); and do they perform poorly in their academics as a result (yeah, flunked logic 101)?
I don't think so. Maybe the Crazy Old Orange Draft-dodger would try to get America into obliterating parts of Iran, but I don't think a lot of countries will join in. Iran won't win the war, but America would get a bloody nose in the process. Not even Putin or The Kim-Number-Un would be crazy enough to follow that Orange Thing into such a war.