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Best Answer Poon Poi Ming says
Annulment is suppose to mean the marriage "never" happened. And yet couples like Ted Kennedy and his first wife of many years and having had (children) sought an annulment. Does it mean the children (never) happened either? LOL. It's a divorce! :-)
Wikipedia says Catherine married Henry VIII in 1509. Whether he called it an annulment or a divorce, a rose by any name is still a rose. And who is Mary I of England, if not his daughter?
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Yoleen Lucas says
Say Yes To Life , I get what you are saying with regards to different ways of "thinking" or "interpretations". However it comes back to groups of people (not agreeing). Egos clash! Wouldn't God have made his point easily understood?
In this world of tremendous variety, that is easier said than done. Diet and ways of dress are very different in Hawaii than from Alaska!
Aah, Say yes to life, We are talking about "God" getting his point across and not some mere mortal who is unable to convey his meaning in a clear and understandable way. I would imagine God does not have a difficult time doing anything! :-)
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Borsia, your views parallel that of English biologist Richard Dawkins, professorial fellow of New College, Oxford and author of the bestselling non-fiction book, "The God Delusion".