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Old 10-12-2018, 04:07 PM
 
Location: US
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Actually it's not. I could care less if you believe me or not my mother has an IQ 142 my uncle Mike has IQ 174 they all make good money. I have autism and tested IQ98 I honestly feel I am just as smart as they are.

I'm not even going to bother telling you what they do for a living.
My IQ is 200...So?...
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Old 10-12-2018, 04:08 PM
 
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Adam was given free will and he chose to eat from the tree that God said no, and Adam failed .........Jesus was offered free will and was lead into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil from Matthew 4 :1-11..... Then the devil tempted Jesus three times , and Jesus resisted and came out in victory ..........The race of demons took free will and not one demon is accepted by God , then all the Holy Angels of God were offered free will and one quarter rebelled and adopted free will and became the fallen angels of the world , which are the devil and his hoards ..... Man is offered free will and salvation to eternal life , and the free will turns out to be liberalism against God and His ways which leads to no where
Adam didn’t eat from the tree, he ate from Chava’s hand...
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Old 10-12-2018, 04:16 PM
 
Location: Mars City
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He ate Chava's hand, and then got slapped with the other one.
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Old 10-12-2018, 06:06 PM
 
Location: Chicagoland area
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My IQ is 200...So?...
Mensa International – as of May 2017, ~134,000 members[6] from ~100 countries; current annual dues as of November 2017 for American Mensa are $79 (dues differ by country); Life membership cost varies by age.
Top 2 percent of population (98th percentile; 1 person out of 50; approximately IQ 130):
Intertel – as of January 2014, 1,300-1,400 members; annual dues are $39
Top 1 percent (99th percentile; 1 out of 100; approximately IQ 135):
Cerebrals Society - Unknown Members[citation needed]
Top 0.3 percent (99.7th percentile; 3 out of 1,000; approximately IQ 141.9)
International Society for Philosophical Enquiry – Membership figures not published; annual dues are $50.[citation needed]
Top 0.1 percent (99.9th percentile; 1 out of 1,000; approximately IQ 146):
Triple Nine Society – as of November 2017, 1,800+ members from 46 countries; annual dues are $10; Life membership is $183.
Top 0.1 percent (99.9th percentile; 1 out of 1,000; approximately IQ 146):
Prometheus Society – as of January 2014, ~120 members; annual dues are $10.
Top 0.003 percent (99.997th percentile; 1 out of 30,000; approximately IQ 160) (not reliable with current tests):
Mega Society – as of January 2014, 26 members
Top 0.0001 percent (99.9999th percentile; 1 out of 1,000,000; approximately IQ 171.3)

You should join all of these if you haven't

My family is full of Pharmacist 's, RN Nurses, and Engineer 's

There are only about 1,000 people in the country with an IQ as high as my Uncle.

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Old 10-12-2018, 06:40 PM
 
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Adam was given free will and he chose to eat from the tree that God said no, and Adam failed .........Jesus was offered free will and was lead into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil from Matthew 4 :1-11..... Then the devil tempted Jesus three times , and Jesus resisted and came out in victory ..........The race of demons took free will and not one demon is accepted by God , then all the Holy Angels of God were offered free will and one quarter rebelled and adopted free will and became the fallen angels of the world , which are the devil and his hoards ..... Man is offered free will and salvation to eternal life , and the free will turns out to be liberalism against God and His ways which leads to no where
Adam was given faultiness, not free will.

The will forced onto him, unsuspectingly and not beseeched, was:
1. ignorant
2. unwise
3. premature
4. constrained
5. dependent
6. pre-known
7. predestined
8. costly
Etc.

Yet nothing outside of vague emotional appeals and logical fallacies have been offered before this about free-will in this thread.
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Old 10-12-2018, 07:21 PM
 
Location: WV and Eastport, ME
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Mensa International – as of May 2017, ~134,000 members[6] from ~100 countries; current annual dues as of November 2017 for American Mensa are $79 (dues differ by country); Life membership cost varies by age.
Top 2 percent of population (98th percentile; 1 person out of 50; approximately IQ 130):
Intertel – as of January 2014, 1,300-1,400 members; annual dues are $39
Top 1 percent (99th percentile; 1 out of 100; approximately IQ 135):
Cerebrals Society - Unknown Members[citation needed]
Top 0.3 percent (99.7th percentile; 3 out of 1,000; approximately IQ 141.9)
International Society for Philosophical Enquiry – Membership figures not published; annual dues are $50.[citation needed]
Top 0.1 percent (99.9th percentile; 1 out of 1,000; approximately IQ 146):
Triple Nine Society – as of November 2017, 1,800+ members from 46 countries; annual dues are $10; Life membership is $183.
Top 0.1 percent (99.9th percentile; 1 out of 1,000; approximately IQ 146):
Prometheus Society – as of January 2014, ~120 members; annual dues are $10.
Top 0.003 percent (99.997th percentile; 1 out of 30,000; approximately IQ 160) (not reliable with current tests):
Mega Society – as of January 2014, 26 members
Top 0.0001 percent (99.9999th percentile; 1 out of 1,000,000; approximately IQ 171.3)

You should join all of these if you haven't

My family is full of Pharmacist 's, RN Nurses, and Engineer 's

There are only about 1,000 people in the country with an IQ as high as my Uncle.
Don't bother joining any of those. They are all boring.
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Old 10-12-2018, 07:40 PM
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Mensa International – as of May 2017, ~134,000 members[6] from ~100 countries; current annual dues as of November 2017 for American Mensa are $79 (dues differ by country); Life membership cost varies by age.
Top 2 percent of population (98th percentile; 1 person out of 50; approximately IQ 130):
Intertel – as of January 2014, 1,300-1,400 members; annual dues are $39
Top 1 percent (99th percentile; 1 out of 100; approximately IQ 135):
Cerebrals Society - Unknown Members[citation needed]
Top 0.3 percent (99.7th percentile; 3 out of 1,000; approximately IQ 141.9)
International Society for Philosophical Enquiry – Membership figures not published; annual dues are $50.[citation needed]
Top 0.1 percent (99.9th percentile; 1 out of 1,000; approximately IQ 146):
Triple Nine Society – as of November 2017, 1,800+ members from 46 countries; annual dues are $10; Life membership is $183.
Top 0.1 percent (99.9th percentile; 1 out of 1,000; approximately IQ 146):
Prometheus Society – as of January 2014, ~120 members; annual dues are $10.
Top 0.003 percent (99.997th percentile; 1 out of 30,000; approximately IQ 160) (not reliable with current tests):
Mega Society – as of January 2014, 26 members
Top 0.0001 percent (99.9999th percentile; 1 out of 1,000,000; approximately IQ 171.3)

You should join all of these if you haven't

My family is full of Pharmacist 's, RN Nurses, and Engineer 's

There are only about 1,000 people in the country with an IQ as high as my Uncle.

Mine was in the 140s when I was 14 in 10th grade. I like to think that age upped it a point or three before old age began the subtraction part of the program.
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Old 10-12-2018, 07:50 PM
 
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............... How could anybody in there right mind deny Jesus is God?
I think Jesus was in his right mind, and Jesus never claimed to be his own God - John 10:36.
Jesus taught his God was greater than Jesus at John 14:28, and at John 10:29 that his God is greater than ALL.
Even the resurrected ascended-to-heaven Jesus still thinks he has a God over him as per Revelation 3:12.
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Old 10-12-2018, 07:53 PM
 
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Adam was given free will and he chose to eat from the tree that God said no, and Adam failed .........Jesus was offered free will and was lead into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil from Matthew 4 :1-11..... Then the devil tempted Jesus three times , and Jesus resisted and came out in victory ..........The race of demons took free will and not one demon is accepted by God , then all the Holy Angels of God were offered free will and one quarter rebelled and adopted free will and became the fallen angels of the world , which are the devil and his hoards ..... Man is offered free will and salvation to eternal life , and the free will turns out to be liberalism against God and His ways which leads to no where
If we have No free-will choices, then there would be No need for Jesus to say at Matthew 24:13 that the one who endures to the end is saved.
God does Not make or force anyone to commit the unforgivable sin of Matthew 12:32.
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Old 10-12-2018, 08:00 PM
 
Location: Chicagoland area
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Mine was in the 140s when I was 14 in 10th grade. I like to think that age upped it a point or three before old age began the subtraction part of the program.
I don't trust my mother or my father. My father told I'm Jewish know one in my family knows about. And my mother stole my grandmothers will money from me.

She smoked weed when she was pregnant with me. But as far as my family being full of engineers, nurses, Pharmacist, Mechanics, firefighters, I tell know lie.

I'm a loser schizophrenic autistic that is not doing to hot right now.
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