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Lady liberty is holding what book in her hand?

 
 
Diest TKO
 
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Reply Sat 21 Jun, 2008 03:07 pm
T
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Of course none of this matters because the SoL is not holding a bible.
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dagmaraka
 
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Reply Sat 21 Jun, 2008 03:21 pm
RexRed wrote:
dagmaraka wrote:
RR, what does Judgment Day have to do with the law of liberty?

Besides, nobody cares that you speak only of bible's perspective on this. There is OTHER literature on the subject available. If you want to play with other kids in the communal sandbox, you gotta be willing to play their games, too. if you're interested only in your own game, you don't need this sandbox.


Spirituality is not a game to be played in a sandbox, but it is a devout human relationship with the creator meant only for spiritual adults who have put aside childish things. Take off the blind fold and stop trying to pin the tail on this illusive donkey of yours...

Acts 26:18
To open their eyes, and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins, and inheritance among them which are sanctified by faith that is in me.


wow, so it took you well over a year to respond and this is all you got? Laughing
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RexRed
 
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Reply Sun 7 Apr, 2013 02:32 pm
What again is the statue of liberty holding in her left hand? A tablet?
timur
 
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Reply Sun 7 Apr, 2013 02:38 pm
@RexRed,
A tabula ansata.
RexRed
 
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Reply Sun 7 Apr, 2013 02:42 pm
@timur,
That is not exactly the answer I am looking for... Smile
timur
 
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Reply Sun 7 Apr, 2013 02:44 pm
@RexRed,
You still looking for an answer after all these years?
RexRed
 
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Reply Sun 7 Apr, 2013 02:47 pm
@timur,
I have found another answer... It is a "keystone"... think that one over...
RexRed
 
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Reply Sun 7 Apr, 2013 02:48 pm
http://www.theemblemauthority.com/images/designTemplates/large/keystone.gif
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parados
 
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Reply Sun 7 Apr, 2013 02:52 pm
@RexRed,
It is NOT a keystone. The tablet she is holding has parallel sides.

A keystone will not work if it has parallel sides.
RexRed
 
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Reply Sun 7 Apr, 2013 03:00 pm
@parados,
Perhaps the sides were made straight for a purpose. So the weak would not always prop up the strong...
parados
 
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Reply Sun 7 Apr, 2013 04:22 pm
@RexRed,
If the sides were made straight for a purpose than it was purposely NOT made into a keystone.
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maxdancona
 
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Reply Sun 7 Apr, 2013 04:25 pm
@RexRed,
She is facing East, towards Mecca and that is a Koran.
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horse2dolphin
 
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Reply Fri 14 Jun, 2013 12:40 pm
@RexRed,
Didn't Jesus say to "Speak the truth in LOVE"?
Joe Nation
 
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Reply Fri 14 Jun, 2013 01:13 pm
@horse2dolphin,
horse2dolphin wrote:

Didn't Jesus say to "Speak the truth in LOVE"?


Nope, not Jesus, Paul said that, I think, you can look it up. It IS a nice thought.

Joe(hardly anybody does it)Nation
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tsarstepan
 
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Reply Fri 14 Jun, 2013 01:36 pm
@RexRed,
RexRed wrote:

What again is the statue of liberty holding in her left hand? A tablet?

Rolling Eyes She's holding an iPad tablet!
http://i40.tinypic.com/34qlesg.png
RexRed
 
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Reply Fri 14 Jun, 2013 03:24 pm
@tsarstepan,
LOL Smile
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Melwin1987
 
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Reply Mon 25 Jul, 2016 06:37 pm
@RexRed,
So much hatred n opposition for speaking the truth . Keep fighting the good fight . Let the Light shine in this dark world.
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TomTomBinks
 
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Reply Sun 7 Aug, 2016 07:24 pm
@RexRed,
Rex, she faces the direction that ships approach from. She is a symbol to immigrants, and so faces to welcome them. I don't think her placement was meant to allude to some mystical connection to anything, she just faces the harbor. I would guess the book or tablet that she holds represents the constitution.
AugustineBrother
 
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Reply Mon 8 Aug, 2016 02:43 pm
@TomTomBinks,
Well the poetess who composed the famous "give me your huddled masses yearning to be free' was Jewish and I think she would like people to know that in the Christian nation that gave birth to freedom it was the Jewish roots that provided the rationale

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She began writing articles on Judaism, and translating Jewish works. Some works such as Admetus and Other Poems, The Spagnoletto: A Drama in Verse, and Songs of a Semite, reflect her pride in her culture. Although Lazarus wrote many other collections, she is most known for those that are focused on Judaism.
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CVeigh
 
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Reply Thu 11 Aug, 2016 12:16 pm
@username,
No, the poetess was anything but secular. A Very devout Jewess.

Everything to do with God.
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