goat men

thegeekyartistoffical  asked:

3, 6, 12 OzQrow (Because you give the best answers)

3. Who buys a goat because the goat loves them? Qrow finds a baby goat, buys it (ONLY because Ruby loves it and TOTALLY NOT BECAUSE IT’S CUTE AND THINKS HE’S THE MAMA, NOPE), and… well, it winds up becoming the Beacon Academy mascot after he and Team RWBY sneak it onto campus and it eats Glynda’s favorite flowers.

Qrow names his new pet Oz Jr. 

Ozpin is less than amused.

6. Who sleeps on which side of the bed? Qrow sleeps on the left, by the wall- and, coincidentally, beneath the window. This is for two reasons. One, Ozpin keeps the window cracked enough to allow a certain type of corvid to fly in at night…and two, Ozpin cannot sleep in a position where he’s trapped. It’s the same reason he can’t sleep in a room with a locked door.

Doesn’t really matter, as Qrow ends up being Ozpin’s body pillow. (Not that he’s complaining.)

12. What would their baby room look like? Pfft. Probably whatever Team RWBY or, hopefully, Glynda decided to do with it. You think these two dorks know anything about home decorating? Have you seen Ozpin’s office? HE HAS A DICK CHAIR. A DICK. CHAIR.

There is no way in hell anyone’s letting him decorate a baby room.

I would like everyone to know that fauns and satyrs are different
Some simple research in mythology will tell you this.
The Greek satyrs were originally dwarfish horse men. With horse tails and ears, sometimes hooved feet. They did later adapt with roman mythos and become goat men. Thus Pan.

The Roman fauns were always goat men like their god Faunus. Goat legs and horns.

They had very different characteristics.
Satyrs were very sexual beings but they were also wise. With beards and wiry hair.
Fauns were tricksters and liked to lead people astray in woods, they were much more childish, playing flutes and being merry and happy. Looking like young men and sometimes women, called faunesses. Though faunesses were created later by poets and story tellers and were not prominent in mythology.

anonymous asked:

So wait a minute.. "God" decided to become man.. so he could die (which if you're dead you're dead right?) For our sins? Makes no sense absolutely whatsoever. Who authored the Bible btw? Man. And we ALL know.. man was made with error. Evidently.. HE SINS! You Christians are so gullible and contradictory. May you be guided to the truth my brother/sister. I will keep you in my prayers.

So wait a minute.. “God” decided to become man.. so he could die (which if you’re dead you’re dead right?) For our sins? Makes no sense absolutely whatsoever 

 Once a year, the priest was to make an offering of the blood of animals on the altar of the temple for the sins of the people. “In fact, the law requires that nearly everything be cleansed with blood, and without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness” (Hebrews 9:22). But this was a blood offering that was limited in its effectiveness, which is why it had to be offered again and again. This was a foreshadowing of the “once for all” sacrifice which Jesus offered on the cross (Hebrews 7:27). Once that sacrifice was made, there was no longer a need for the blood of bulls and goats. Hebrews 9:11-18 confirms the symbolism of blood as life and applies Leviticus 17:11 to the sacrifice of the Lord Jesus Christ. Verse 12 states clearly that the Old Testament blood sacrifices were temporary and only atoned for sin partially and for a short time, hence the need to repeat the sacrifices yearly. But when Christ entered the Most Holy Place, He did so to offer His own blood once for all time, making future sacrifices unnecessary. This is what Jesus meant by His dying words on the cross: “It is finished” (John 19:30). Never again would the blood of bulls and goats cleanse men from their sin. Only by accepting Jesus’ blood, shed on the cross for the remission of sins, can we stand before God covered in the righteousness of Christ (2 Corinthians 5:21).

Who authored the Bible btw? Man. And we ALL know.. man was made with error. Evidently.. HE SINS!

There can be no doubt that the Bible does claim to be the very Word of God. This is clearly seen in Paul’s commendation to Timothy: “… from infancy you have known the holy Scriptures, which are able to make you wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus. All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work” (2 Timothy 3:15-17).
There are both internal and external evidences that the Bible is truly God’s Word. The internal evidences are those things within the Bible that testify of its divine origin. One of the first internal evidences that the Bible is truly God’s Word is seen in its unity. Even though it is really sixty-six individual books, written on three continents, in three different languages, over a period of approximately 1500 years, by more than 40 authors who came from many walks of life, the Bible remains one unified book from beginning to end without contradiction. This unity is unique from all other books and is evidence of the divine origin of the words which God moved men to record.
Another of the internal evidences that indicates the Bible is truly God’s Word is the prophecies contained within its pages. The Bible contains hundreds of detailed prophecies relating to the future of individual nations including Israel, certain cities, and mankind. Other prophecies concern the coming of One who would be the Messiah, the Savior of all who would believe in Him. Unlike the prophecies found in other religious books or those by men such as Nostradamus, biblical prophecies are extremely detailed. There are over three hundred prophecies concerning Jesus Christ in the Old Testament. Not only was it foretold where He would be born and His lineage, but also how He would die and that He would rise again. There simply is no logical way to explain the fulfilled prophecies in the Bible other than by divine origin. There is no other religious book with the extent or type of predictive prophecy that the Bible contains.
A third internal evidence of the divine origin of the Bible is its unique authority and power. While this evidence is more subjective than the first two, it is no less a powerful testimony of the divine origin of the Bible. The Bible’s authority is unlike any other book ever written. This authority and power are best seen in the way countless lives have been transformed by the supernatural power of God’s Word.
There are also external evidences that indicate the Bible is truly the Word of God. One is the historicity of the Bible. Because the Bible details historical events, its truthfulness and accuracy are subject to verification like any other historical document. Through both archaeological evidences and other writings, the historical accounts of the Bible have been proven time and time again to be accurate and true. In fact, all the archaeological and manuscript evidence supporting the Bible makes it the best-documented book from the ancient world.
Another external evidence that the Bible is truly God’s Word is the integrity of its human authors. The fact that they were willing to die often excruciating deaths for what they believed testifies that these ordinary yet honest men truly believed God had spoken to them. The men who wrote the New Testament and many hundreds of other believers (1 Corinthians 15:6) knew the truth of their message because they had seen and spent time with Jesus Christ after He had risen from the dead. Seeing the risen Christ had a tremendous impact on them. They went from hiding in fear to being willing to die for the message God had revealed to them. Their lives and deaths testify to the fact that the Bible truly is God’s Word.
A final external evidence that the Bible is truly God’s Word is the indestructibility of the Bible. Because of its importance and its claim to be the very Word of God, the Bible has suffered more vicious attacks and attempts to destroy it than any other book in history. From early Roman Emperors like Diocletian, through communist dictators and on to modern-day atheists and agnostics, the Bible has withstood and outlasted all of its attackers and is still today the most widely published book in the world.

It should not surprise us that, no matter how the Bible is attacked, it always comes out unchanged and unscathed. After all, Jesus said, “Heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away” (Mark 13:31) x x