The History of the CBS Eye Logo (video)

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Interesting video but I have a feeling they purposely left out the “occult” meaning of the eye.

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rswallace, I have to agree with Sarah Conner and Grasshopper. The world events have been laid out in the bible already. There are countries lining up in the middle east againt Israel as prophecied. The world is lining itself up for one world government so that one man or person can grab hold and control the entire world…Also prophesied by the bible. This has everyrthing to to with God and Christ because we are in a spiritual battle as we speak. Please keep an open mind and read more of the word. Also, I believe that Jesus is the biblical messiah and son of God. If that makes me a freak I am more than happy to be a freak for Jesus.

Adrian, I agree that Jesus (Isa) will in fact return to once and for all end all this evil and corruption. The major difference between Christianity and Islam is that Christians believe that Jesus (Isa) is the son of God. Muslims believe that he is one of the many messengers (prophets) that God had sent to guide the mankind. Muslims believe that Isa (Jusus) will descend on Mount Afeeq, on the white Eastern Minaret of Damascus. He will descend from the heavens with his hands resting on the shoulders of two angels. His cheeks will be flat and his hair straight. When he lowers his head it will seem as if water is flowing from his hair, when he raises his head, it will appear as though his hair is beaded with silvery pearls. He will descend during fajr (morning prayer) and the leader of the Muslims will address him… Read more »
Grasshopper, here is more than one verse in answer to your question John 14:7-10 [7] If you really knew me, you would know my Father as well. From now on, you do know him and have seen him." [8] Philip said, "Lord, show us the Father and that will be enough for us." [9] Jesus answered: "Don't you know me, Philip, even after I have been among you such a long time? Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father. How can you say, `Show us the Father'? [10] Don't you believe that I am in the Father, and that the Father is in me? The words I say to you are not just my own. Rather, it is the Father, living in me, who is doing his work. John 10:30 "I and the Father are one." John 14:11 Believe me when I say that I am in the… Read more »

Adrian

In all those verses you listed, not one of them mentiones Jesus saying to worship him as our creator. PS. Of course there would be a Messiah to come. Jesus was a Messiah or as we Muslims say a prophet and not the son of God. He was sent by God to lead the people of Isreal. Aside from the revised new versions of the bible, Chrstians believe that he is the son of God because he had no father. Adam had neither a father nor a mother so would that make him a bigger God?

Adrian

I'm not a Christian scholar or a Pastor so I do not know every single thing about Christianity. But I do have the sufficient amount of knowledge to let you know that there are a lot of flaws in the religion of Christianity. If you've read all the bibles and have compared verses. You would see that a lot of them are not in line and contradict one another. When you have free time, I want you to please watch this video about a Christian pastor explaining exactly what I'm talking about. Without an open heart and an open mind, you will never be able to see the light of the truth.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEb7jGtxSO8&fe

God Bless

Hello Grasshopper, I did not mean to offend or question your beliefs or anyone else's. You are correct in saying that the bible has been somewhat mistranslated incorrectly in English. The original Tanakh or Old Testament was cannonized around 200 BC and the Hebrew language was later modified in the 10th century with vowel sounds. This version of Hebrew has been in use for over a thousand years and is accepted by Orthadox Jews still today. Why? The Old Testament of today is based on the earliest known Hebrew Abjad and Oral Tradition. The New Testament was written in Koine Greek with the earlist books appearing in the first century. Okay, I'll bite. The modern Holy Bilble is a copy of a copy. However so is the Holy Koran, as there is no original version of this book either. I do believe this, Jesus Christ is the promised Messiah and… Read more »

Captain Awesome AKA Adrian, your question "What are the Muslim authorities afraid of?" is indeed a very good one and one that I have thought about often…..

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