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  1. It's not going to be possible really to establish a particular price level for the gold, because of the incredibly low mintage and high desirability...meaning most coins would likely never change hands. Hence low liquidity, not enough to establish a trend. Sales will be few and far in-between, and the price will solely depend on how eager the buyer is, and how desperate the seller is to make a sale. No two sales will likely be for the same amount.
  2. No you misunderstood, the experience comes natural from the truth, not vice versa. And yes, Jesus is the answer. Not religion.
  3. These you mention are all cliches that atheists love to mention when they try to disparage believers, but none of them are true and herein they betray a profound lack of understanding on this topic, at best a shallow point of view. Fact of the matter is, you do not know what makes a true believer "tick", because you have not experienced what he/she has experienced in your life. For example, you can try to explain to a colourblind person what the colours blue and red and yellow look like... but until he actually is able to see them in reality he will have no idea what you're talking about and can only formulate and accept simple assumptions. You mention ethics and morals. But faith in God is about much more than just morality. It's about a relationship with a true God whose existence you don't even accept.
  4. That's why it's best to have two coins... if possible... so you can flip one immediately for a cool profit and keep the other one long-term.
  5. Atheism asks many questions but answers none. Thankfully we as humans don't have to accept atheism, even though it is the popular thing to do these days. It takes courage to stand up socially and admit strong faith in God. But genuine Christians can and should do it, whenever the question regarding their faith comes up. So yes I can say and admit with confidence that God is actually real and Jesus is the only way to salvation. People need to know this truth, especially in these days.
  6. Because it's incredibly ignorant. But sadly ignorance on this topic is widespread, so I'm not even going to begin discussing it. It's not a discussion for this forum. I think I'll stick to coins from here on.
  7. Thanks for the explanation. It's not enough evidence for me that that particular lion is supposedly the devil. There is no evidence of that. Just because the devil's actions have been compared to that of a lion, doesn't make all fierce lions the devil. Of course not. In fact Jesus is also compared to a lion -- he is the Lion of Judah. The lion is a majestic animal created by God, so wonderfully made that Jesus is called a lion. That's good enough for me. Nothing wrong with lions!
  8. Why do you say so? Do you have a source for that? I would be interested to see it, I've never seen that comparison before.
  9. Have a look at @arshimo2012 section...he has 3 years for sale at very good prices.
  10. This guy wants £25,000 for it: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Una-and-the-Lion-2019-UK-2oz-Gold-Proof-Coin-Limited-Edition-225-Very-Rare/254446275421?
  11. There's a huge difference in meaning, though. In fact it makes the meaning obsolete.