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What is earth
#1
Is earth round?
What came first earth or god?


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#2
post for sb swag
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#3
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
Closer approximations range from modelling the shape of the surface of the entire Earth as an oblate spheroid or an oblate ellipsoid.
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#4
It's just a prank
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#5
Earth is Lel, I'm Lel. I'm Earth
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#6
first of all, religionforums

second of all, im agnostic so my answer will be a bit weird

i would think that god came first, because Genesis 1:1 literally says, "In the beginning God created the heavens and the Earth."

so it obviously means, he created the earth.
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(02-15-2016, 08:10 PM)Muinu Wrote:  first of all, religionforums

second of all, im agnostic so my answer will be a bit weird

i would think that god came first, because Genesis 1:1 literally says, "In the beginning God created the heavens and the Earth."

so it obviously means, he created the earth.

So where did god come from?
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(02-15-2016, 08:12 PM)Ruby Wrote:  
(02-15-2016, 08:10 PM)Muinu Wrote:  first of all, religionforums

second of all, im agnostic so my answer will be a bit weird

i would think that god came first, because Genesis 1:1 literally says, "In the beginning God created the heavens and the Earth."

so it obviously means, he created the earth.

So where did god come from?

good question
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#9
It's all an illusion.
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#10
(02-15-2016, 08:12 PM)Ruby Wrote:  
(02-15-2016, 08:10 PM)Muinu Wrote:  first of all, religionforums

second of all, im agnostic so my answer will be a bit weird

i would think that god came first, because Genesis 1:1 literally says, "In the beginning God created the heavens and the Earth."

so it obviously means, he created the earth.

So where did god come from?

and that is why i am agnostic.
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#11
WHAT IS EARTH
BABY DON'T HURT ME
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#12
(02-15-2016, 08:14 PM)JustToDownloD Wrote:  WHAT IS EARTH
BABY DON'T HURT ME

i see what you did there
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