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2 Literal Vs. Contextual Literalist: People who read and interpret the Bible passages word for word based on the actual words in their ordinary meaning Contextualist: People who weave together the whole situation, background or environment relevant to a particular event, personality, etc.
Biblical literalists believe that, unless a passage is clearly intended by the writer as allegory, poetry, or some other genre, the Bible should be interpreted as literal statements by the author. Critics argue that allegorical intent can be ambiguous.
Truth is in fact a verified or indisputable fact. We just believe as Christians the facts are laid out in the Bible. We believe every answer to life and the truth on any topic is laid out in the Bible. Jesus was saying to us it is an indisputable fact that I am the Son of God.১ মার্চ, ২০১৯
Yes, Even to Their Own Kind, Biologist Says. When in a tight spot, animals “lie” to their own kind to get what they want, a University of Rochester biologist has found. But most believed bluffing among animals of a single species should be rare or impossible. …২৫ সেপ্টেম্বর, ১৯৯৫
Five of the world’s sneakiest animals
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – If you believe honesty is the best policy, you would have a hard time convincing the forked-tailed drongo. This tricky African bird is the pathological liar of the animal kingdom.১ মে, ২০১৪
When threatened, puff adders hiss and puff up their bodies to make themselves look larger. They do this by using their lung—singular. Because of snakes’ long and thin body shape, most species only have a left lung, which, in the case of the puff adder, can extend to fill much of its body cavity, Jackson says.২৬ সেপ্টেম্বর, ২০১৫
Other well-known mimetic animals include beetles, mantids, caterpillars, moths, snakes, lizards, frogs, and fish. A well known response of cephalopods when threatened is to release large volumes of ink.
Many primates and birds have elaborate alarm calls for warning conspecifics of approaching predators. For example, the alarm call of the blackbird is a familiar sound in many gardens. Other animals, like fish and insects, may use non-auditory signals, such as chemical messages.
Individual drongos hang out with lots of other bird species in mixed-species flocks. Earlier this year, Flower reported that drongos can mimic the warning sounds of about 45 other species, including the bark of a meerkat.২৬ নভেম্বর, ২০১৪
Manipulation not only occurs in humans and animals but also at the cellular level, such as among cells in a multicellular organism, or in parasites, which can alter the behavior of their hosts. Alternatively, first-brood offspring can resist manipulation and leave.১৯ আগস্ট, ২০১৩