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“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154946 May 8, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>Sooo, just why have you fallen away from your religion? You do know that much of what is in the Bible is allegorical, don't you? For instance the Great Flood probably was not a flood of the whole Earth but the part of Earth that was know to the descendants..
<quoted text>
Yes, I believe that the Earth is both about 6.4 billion years old and at the same time it is about 6,500 years old and it was explained by ....... Dr. Albert Einstein in his Theory of Relativity. The question is, "How did the writers of the Bible know about Einstein?"
There is a lot we do not know!
Far from being a scientist at all, but then neither are you, Einstein was talking UNIVERSE, not the earth. BIG difference, and whatever's expanding NOW from the nucleus or in incomprehensible scientific terms,(to me anyhow, maybe not to you)boundary is 6,500 years old, why maybe even less, but the earth, not the universe, is billions of years old and hurtling further out in the Milky Way. The universe and the earth are two sets of things, Rogue.

Except for generalities, I will not tackle the theory of relativity. It was well explained in layman's terms in McIsaac's biography of Albert Einstein, which was most interesting but I confess to not have understood it all that well. I could use wojar's vast knowledge of the matter.
Truth Detector

Louisville, KY

#154947 May 8, 2013
Obama's legacy???

Benghazi Revelations Today Could Obliterate Obama’s Credibility and Sink Hillary’s 2016 Ambitions

Consider it DONE!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#154948 May 8, 2013
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
He gave up on religion because he knows an entity capable of creating billions of universes would hardly know you exist let alone communicate or reveal anything to you.
It may be that ministers really think that their prayers do good and it may be that frogs imagine that their croaking brings spring.
-- Robert Green Ingersoll, "Which Way?" (1884)
Groidboy, if "He" is capable of creating billions of universes, why wouldn't he be able to remember all that "He" has created? Just some very basic logic is all that is needed to understand that.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154949 May 8, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
I've never met a Christian that was forbidden to read the Bible. The Bible brings us a very simple message on how we should live our lives. Wasn't Noah's ark found just a few years ago? Ancient cities have been uncovered that were thought not to exist and were found located right where they were supposed to be. Relics and sites are still being found that support the Bible. However, if one doesn't believe then he might as well be reading a comic book. Just think about why the placebo effect works!
Excerpt as again, link may not work: catholicbridge.com/.../did_the_catholic_churc... ...

Did the Catholic Church forbid Bible reading?

How come Catholics weren't allowed to read the Bible?

In this Article
1.The historical context
2.The situation earlier in this century
3.What it's like today

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2.What's with these "extra" books in the Bible
3.Mary in the Bible
4.A biblical examination of gay sex
5.How come Catholics were not allowed to read the Bible?
6.Flowchart of Catholic Doctrine

Some Evangelicals have accused the Catholics of burning people for reading the Bible. Mark Bonocore responds:

We must be careful not to project modern, American sensibilities (in regard to freedom and justice) into the context of medieval history. In the Middle Ages and before 1776, there was simply no such thing as separation of Church and State ---not in Catholic countries OR in Protestant countries. If we "burned people for reading the Bible," then the Protestants burned people for praying in Latin or hearing the Catholic Mass (something they unquestionably did in England, Geneva, and Scandinavia, etc.). At this time in history, heresy was also a secular crime; and the powers of a particular country treated it as such ... Despite the "spin" that some Evangelicals put on the Catholic position, the Catholic Church was never opposed people reading the Bible. What it opposed was people reading interpretations the Bible apart from the teaching authority of the Church, which would lead to the kinds of problems we have today with 30,000 denominations interpreting Scripture differently. The Bible itself warns against this.(2 Peter 1:20). With the invention of printing, there was a communications explosion, and one suddenly saw lots of people making very poor and heretical translations of the Bible and popularizing them throughout Christendom...The Church tried to stop this.

The common people of the middle ages had no intellectual defense with which they could make a reasonable judgment about the Truth. They were almost as vulnerable to the heresies that were sweeping through their communities as a person standing in front of a gun today. Except a lot more than their lives was at stake, their eternal lives were in jeopardy. Today, if someone went out into the street and started shooting people, we wouldn't say, "let him go ahead and do it, people can protect themselves...it's their own fault if they are shot to death." The Church was very worried that people who were influenced by these heresies were going to spend eternity in hell. No one was punished for simply believing a heresy. The crime was teaching it, and leading others astray. The Church felt it was their job to protect the souls of the innocent. In hindsight, we see that we would have done better by not using force.

Some Evangelicals accuse the Catholic Church of "Chaining Bibles". The Church DID chain Bibles in the Middle Ages; and for the same reason that the Telephone Company chains its directories to the booth -- to prevent people from STEALING them. They were chained so that everyone could read it, in the congregation. Today even telephone books are chained to telephones so they don't "walk" away.

“Kenyan-born Obama=Antichrist”

Since: Sep 09

Casper, WY

#154950 May 8, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Ah, the sad little failed terrorist Bill Ayers does not want to be compared to the successful Boston Marathon bombers!
Bill Ayers: Not Fair To Compare Boston Bombers With Weather Underground
Read more: http://politicaloutcast.com/2013/05/bill-ayer...
DESPITE recent propoganda to the contrary Ayers' wife Bernadine Dohrn was once also on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List.
As usual we are being forcefed pablam and fairytales by the lamestream media until we swallow them whole hook, line & sinker.
Our President is using a Connecticut Social Security Number even though he never lived or worked in that state. His Hawaiian Birth Certificate is forged and other redflags have popped up concerning our President's birth and citizenship. Still our Congress, our courts and the mass-media ignores this issue. Instead they loudly ridicule anyone who dares mention it. Like with the O.J. Simpson trial justice is again held hostage to the implicit threat of racial-unrest and the fears of Masonic reprisals. God help America!
God help this prisonplanet!

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154951 May 8, 2013
WelbyMD wrote:
<quoted text>JOE KNOWS, as does Trump, Alan Keyes, Pat Boone, etc.
The REAL Birth Certificate, country of birth, various citizenships, assortment of fake names and bogus SSNs are irrelevant. The simple fact Obama's alleged father was never American means BHO could NEVER legally run for President much less Dogcatcher. We have been duped by this antichrist and the Masons.
Jesus Christ is Lord of all forever.
www.WND.com
Pat Boone? Of "letters in the sand?". Pat Boone. Loved his singing. Were he as good at politics as he was at singing...Pat Boone?
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#154952 May 8, 2013
WelbyMD wrote:
<quoted text>ACTUALLY NOW is a good time for Kenya-born Obama to say "I am sorry I lied to the American people about my actual birthplace and citizenship. I know I am guilty of Treason and hereby surrender to be placed into Federal prison until execution by Firing Squad or deportation after serving a lengthy sentence." He could also mention how he sold his soul to the devil for the priviledge of being the antichrist.
After four years and hundreds of hours of research I have reached the conclusion our President is indeed illegal. Adolph Hitler said "The bigger the lie the more people will believe it." To construe a foreigner's son a natural-born American citizen is stretching the truth. But to confer natural-born status on a man who was born a British subject in Africa is a real whopper.
I voted for Alan Keyes.
www.AE911truth.org
www.unlawfulpresident.com
www.911truth.org
A 911 Truther too?! What a shock.

Once a Nutjob always a Nutjob

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154953 May 8, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
How utterly petty! And that's your A-game. Sad. fishlips
You didn't write "fishlip's". Did you get lucky?

“Kenyan-born Obama=Antichrist”

Since: Sep 09

Casper, WY

#154954 May 8, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Pat Boone? Of "letters in the sand?". Pat Boone. Loved his singing. Were he as good at politics as he was at singing...Pat Boone?
While visiting a mission ministry he sponsors in Kenya he was repeatedly told by ministers there "Everybody in Kenya knows Obama was born here."
Last week a home delivery service stopped at my house and asked if I wanted to buy pizza or ice cream. I said I could never afford such a luxury as we are living hand-over-fist. He encouraged me to get on Food Stamps as "twenty percent" of his customers are. Hence the taxpayers are providing excellent quality food to lazy bums and bringing it right to their door. Meanwhile I am eating storebrand peanut butter & Ramen noodles.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154955 May 8, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Kerplunk! Barfer, your dinner is ready!
You are truly anal, aren't you, in the literal sense I mean. It's almost in every post, and obviously obsessively in your head. Told you, if it's what you sorely require, I m told there are places with glass floors (this rich UN call girl depicted in her book) where they will have willing boys or girls def**ate for you in your big mouth. Whoa, whoa, get a hold of yourself, calm down, I'm sure Google has some addresses.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#154957 May 8, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
You didn't write "fishlip's". Did you get lucky?
Your memory is gone and now you're blind! Looks like I wrote "fishlips" to me. You make no sense. Or, in other words, nonsense! LMAO! fishlips (fishlips doesn't really appear in this post)

Cue up the Twilight Zone theme!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#154958 May 8, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
You are truly anal, aren't you, in the literal sense I mean. It's almost in every post, and obviously obsessively in your head. Told you, if it's what you sorely require, I m told there are places with glass floors (this rich UN call girl depicted in her book) where they will have willing boys or girls def**ate for you in your big mouth. Whoa, whoa, get a hold of yourself, calm down, I'm sure Google has some addresses.
Very, very sick individual right here! Very sick. We all knew that though. You need serious help, jackfish. cownostril

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154959 May 8, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:

<quoted text>
You didn't write "fishlip's". Did you get lucky?
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Your memory is gone and now you're blind! Looks like I wrote "fishlips" to me. You make no sense. Or, in other words, nonsense! LMAO! fishlips (fishlips doesn't really appear in this post)
Cue up the Twilight Zone theme!
Re-read my post s l o w l y , you'll surely understand...NOT. Then grab that worn-out cone and go join KFC GB and Rogue in corner. And if you're good, you can later visit nice old caretaker in the school basement. Tell him you've been a very bad boy and you need to be severely punished.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#154960 May 8, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Very, very sick individual right here! Very sick. We all knew that though. You need serious help, jackfish. cownostril
As inspired by your "turds in mouth",(LRS tm reg'd) "kerplunks" (LRs tm reg'd) obsessive and exessive anal and defecation references.

Oh, please point out my "bad words" then I'll point yours out. Oh, I already did yesterday morning, remember? Now point one, ONE bad word of mine. Just one please.

I will never lower myself to using your kind of filthy dirty sex-laden language and profanities. You're one of the inmates Rogue mentioned that was let loose. Although I approve of the program in general terms, you would certainly be the exception and should have remained institutionalized. I would not let anyone I cherish, well, not even strangers, near you.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

RationalState

#154961 May 8, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Far from being a scientist at all, but then neither are you, Einstein was talking UNIVERSE, not the earth. BIG difference, and whatever's expanding NOW from the nucleus or in incomprehensible scientific terms,(to me anyhow, maybe not to you)boundary is 6,500 years old, why maybe even less, but the earth, not the universe, is billions of years old and hurtling further out in the Milky Way. The universe and the earth are two sets of things, Rogue.
Except for generalities, I will not tackle the theory of relativity. It was well explained in layman's terms in McIsaac's biography of Albert Einstein, which was most interesting but I confess to not have understood it all that well. I could use wojar's vast knowledge of the matter.
Rouge's misrepresentation of relativity has been previously discussed. There is no need to repetitiously debunk his ignorance ad nauseam.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#154962 May 8, 2013
LRS wrote:

<quoted text>
How utterly petty! And that's your A-game. Sad. fishlips

jackfish wrote:
You didn't write "fishlip's". Did you get lucky?

It looks to be there to me! LMAO! fishlips (this really doesn't appear in this post) R U on drugs? R U on LSD? R U stupid? Hee Hee Hee

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

RationalState

#154963 May 8, 2013
Truth Detector wrote:
<quoted text>
So SHEEPLE can't tell the difference between Louisville and Danville, right?
We know, what difference does it make, right?
We shall see.
Back to the Benghazi beat-down.
The Fox Entertainment Channel, aka Fox News has moved on to more important things, Jodi Arias.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#154964 May 8, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
As inspired by your "turds in mouth",(LRS tm reg'd) "kerplunks" (LRs tm reg'd) obsessive and exessive anal and defecation references.
Oh, please point out my "bad words" then I'll point yours out. Oh, I already did yesterday morning, remember? Now point one, ONE bad word of mine. Just one please.
I will never lower myself to using your kind of filthy dirty sex-laden language and profanities. You're one of the inmates Rogue mentioned that was let loose. Although I approve of the program in general terms, you would certainly be the exception and should have remained institutionalized. I would not let anyone I cherish, well, not even strangers, near you.
What do bad words have to do with being a very, very sick individual?
Nothing. jackfish, your residence is on the seafloor! The only way you CAN go is up! You poor SAP. LMAO! fishlips (this really doesn't appear in this post)

BTW....jackfish, did you know that there is a poster here that knows who you really are? LMAO!!!
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#154965 May 8, 2013
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
Rouge's misrepresentation of relativity has been previously discussed. There is no need to repetitiously debunk his ignorance ad nauseam.
And POOF, within minutes of jackfish mentioning slowpuke, look who pops (or should I say "pups") up! LMAO!

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

RationalState

#154966 May 8, 2013
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
And POOF, within minutes of jackfish mentioning slowpuke, look who pops (or should I say "pups") up! LMAO!
And yesterday my appearance was a mirage?

Moron.
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
Rouge's misrepresentation of relativity has been previously discussed. There is no need to repetitiously debunk his ignorance ad nauseam.

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