Coconut Oil Touted as Alzheimer’s Remedy – CBN.com


Researchers say the ketones found in coconut oil have slowed the progression of Alzheimer’s disease in some people and may actually prevent it… The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN www.cbn.com

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    • MrWagman11

      @beaman444 I don’t like the fact that there? is no Commandment forbidding slavery. Why? Because slavery was common at the time. I don’t like the fact that a supposed loving God is likely the biggest mass murderer in history.

    • beaman444

      @MrWagman11 Young earth creationists actually have some challenging points when? you research them. I’m not one, but I believe earth-history is likely quite different from what mainstream science feeds us. I hate to be redundant but I’ve had discussions a number of times about the “ridiculous” Bible and seldom am I given any specific examples. Makes me think you haven’t read it. Am I right?

    • beaman444

      @MrWagman11 I can’t argue with that. The view is that the Old Testament was meant to show the world how lacking our way of doing things is; and that the New? Testament is the “new and better” way that we should be living. When Christ says that all law is summed up in the one commandment to love one another and if you do this you don’t need to worry about anything else; does that put the Bible in a better light for you?

    • MrWagman11

      @beaman444 You asked for one and I gave it. The Bible condones slavery. I would think an all-loving God would include slavery in his commandments. ?

    • MrWagman11

      @beaman444 I love that argument. The New Testament is the “new and better” way. What nonsense. The all-knowing and perfect God had to revise the Old Testament to make it better. Sounds pretty human to me. Guess God isn’t perfect after all. Also, remember that the 10? Commandments are in the Old Testament. And “Love one another…” is not one of the Commandments.

    • beaman444

      … There are many statements from science that only make sense if you include God in your worldview. Choosing only one: Sir? Fred Hoyle (atheist) calculated that the chance of obtaining the required set of enzymes for even the simplest living cell was one in 10^40,000. Just gathering the enzymes; not for creating life. There are 10^80 atoms in the universe. Atoms in 1,000,000 universes = 10^86. So the number here is infinity for all intents and purposes.

    • beaman444

      … The only commandment? of the NT is to LOVE: “A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another….” — Jesus. Takes care of slavery quite well I should think — at least for anyone who understands what love means. …

    • beaman444

      @MrWagman11 You haven’t read the Bible; certainly? not with a mind that was trying to understand it. Like reading your vehicle’s owner’s manual while refusing to believe that horsepower doesn’t come from little horses in the engine. There was no “revision”. The Bible (both OT & NT) specifically states that the Old Covenant was temporary and to be replaced by the New. The Old was all that people could understand at the time — still is for many. …

    • MrWagman11

      @beaman444 I have not read every word in the Bible. But what I have read is to me obviously written by man, inspired by man and for man. I take it you believe Christianity is one and only? true religion.

    • beaman444

      @MrWagman11 Neither of these comments contribute to the conversation in any way. Nor do they make any? sense.

    • MrWagman11

      @beaman444 This certainly isn’t proof of a God. This is proof of something fantastic and extraordinary. Because we do not have the answer for it simply means we do not have the answer for it. It does? not mean “God did it.”

    • MrWagman11

      @beaman444 How ’bout this. Don’t you think it would have been more effective for Jesus to have said, “No one shall? keep slaves.” He didn’t. But you say Jesus was about love, therefore everyone should be able to interpret that to mean people should not keep slaves. Because God could not inspire man to write concisely, Christianity is now made up of more than 30,000 different sects. God is quite the communicator.

    • beaman444

      @MrWagman11 Let me suggest (again) that you have probably read very little of the Bible; and none of it with an open mind. Being honest, this wouldn’t lend itself to a very reliable interpretation of any document, would it.
      I consider myself a Christian but many Christians might? not agree. I believe in a properly understood Bible, which for me includes a belief that people of other religions also receive God’s Grace.

    • beaman444

      @MrWagman11 I can live with that.? So if the answer isn’t God, what might it be? (btw: “fantastic and extraordinary” isn’t a bad discription of God.)

    • MrWagman11

      @beaman444 Like most Christians, you believe you know how to read and understand the Bible while many others do no. Most Christians I know would not consider you a Christian because of your belief that people of other religions also receive God’s grace. Good for you. If there is a God, I would believe his? grace would extend to everyone. Meanwhile, you’ve put your own spin on Christianity. So you can easily understand why there are more than 30,000 different sects within Christianity.

    • beaman444

      @MrWagman11 I can agree with most of this comment. Where I disagree: Most people, Christians included, abdicate their responsibility to understand difficult issues; and believe what they’re told from “authorities” — so their “authorities” are the ones who “understand”. I don’t have a “spin”, I’ve read and reasoned — God gave us all a brain. I’ve given up on Churches and “authorities” so I don’t belong? to ANY of the “sects”. I simply believe what I have learned with a mind that looks for truth.

    • MrWagman11

      @beaman444 As have I, with the exception that I don’t believe in the God of the Bible. I just don’t see any credible proof for the existence of God. Like you I’ve? used research and reason to come to this conclusion.

    • MrWagman11

      @beaman444 I? can not disqualify the “God hypothesis” with 100% certainly. With 99% certainty, yes; 100% certainty, no.

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