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Manda

Lincoln, NE

#21 Nov 30, 2012
God Fearing wrote:
You don't even know me! I'm a happily married woman and I don't not cheat on my husband!
"Don't not" is a double negative, in the context you used it in means you are confession to cheating on your husband but don't worry, he's banging the same dudes.

"Don't Not" LMFAO! People are right, you are retarded.
God Fearing

Fremont, NE

#22 Nov 30, 2012
You idiots that was a typo I DO NOT cheat on my husband.

Since: Sep 09

Heaven

#23 Dec 1, 2012
God Fearing wrote:
You idiots that was a typo I DO NOT cheat on my husband.
When he's home, remember, I know all and see all my child, and my beloved, a typo is like hitting the wrong key, not total inability to grasp the English language, once again sorry I made you retarded.
God Fearing

Fremont, NE

#24 Dec 1, 2012
I don't know why you all protect this crazy woman and lash out at me.
Lynn Snow

Lincoln, NE

#25 Dec 2, 2012
-GOD- wrote:
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When he's home, remember, I know all and see all my child, and my beloved, a typo is like hitting the wrong key, not total inability to grasp the English language, once again sorry I made you retarded.
Because we don't like harlots.

Since: Nov 07

Auburn, Nebraska

#26 Dec 4, 2012
You're all overlooking the fact that the US Constitution (ever read it?) prohibits the establishment of a State-sanctioned religion. You're also ignoring the fact that Christians have been terrorizing the world for a couple of thousand years now. The Inquisition come to mind, or perhaps the Crusades would be a better example. Witch hunts in Salem? Jim Jones? Hmmm. How convenient it is to forget just how viscious Christianity can be.
Obama

Omaha, NE

#27 Jan 24, 2013
The Common Sense Doctor wrote:
You're all overlooking the fact that the US Constitution (ever read it?) prohibits the establishment of a State-sanctioned religion. You're also ignoring the fact that Christians have been terrorizing the world for a couple of thousand years now. The Inquisition come to mind, or perhaps the Crusades would be a better example. Witch hunts in Salem? Jim Jones? Hmmm. How convenient it is to forget just how viscious Christianity can be.
lol, I think someone needs to really brush up on history a little more.
go away

Lincoln, NE

#28 Jan 24, 2013
Obama wrote:
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lol, I think someone needs to really brush up on history a little more.
Shut your damn pie hole and go back to F'n Kenya!

Since: Nov 07

Auburn, Nebraska

#29 Jan 27, 2013
Obama wrote:
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lol, I think someone needs to really brush up on history a little more.
That would have been an interesting reply if you had gone into a little more detail. As it reads now, it's just a bumper sticker.

Since: Nov 09

Location hidden

#30 Feb 9, 2013
Common Sense Doctor, you should be ashamed of yourself. Thank God your father isn't around to see your remarks. He deserved better & so did your mother. What a disappointment.

Since: Nov 07

Auburn, Nebraska

#31 Feb 10, 2013
AuburnLifer wrote:
Common Sense Doctor, you should be ashamed of yourself. Thank God your father isn't around to see your remarks. He deserved better & so did your mother. What a disappointment.
You're talking as though they are dead or something. They are both very much alive and well, thanks, and we discuss Topix every once in a while. What's really a disappointment is the fact that you're so proud of being a hick in this one-horse town that you actually call yourself AuburnLifer. You probably never leave the county. That's a disappointment.
lol

Lincoln, NE

#32 Feb 13, 2013
The Common Sense Doctor wrote:
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You're talking as though they are dead or something. They are both very much alive and well, thanks, and we discuss Topix every once in a while. What's really a disappointment is the fact that you're so proud of being a hick in this one-horse town that you actually call yourself AuburnLifer. You probably never leave the county. That's a disappointment.
Kevin, Lifer is just pointing out the facts, that's all! No need to patronize!

Since: Nov 07

Auburn, Nebraska

#33 Feb 13, 2013
lol wrote:
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Kevin, Lifer is just pointing out the facts, that's all! No need to patronize!
You're just too clever for words. You've figured out my identity. Too bad you're incorrect LOL.
Do Your Homework

Auburn, NE

#34 Feb 13, 2013
The Common Sense Doctor wrote:
You're all overlooking the fact that the US Constitution (ever read it?) prohibits the establishment of a State-sanctioned religion. You're also ignoring the fact that Christians have been terrorizing the world for a couple of thousand years now. The Inquisition come to mind, or perhaps the Crusades would be a better example. Witch hunts in Salem? Jim Jones? Hmmm. How convenient it is to forget just how viscious Christianity can be.
Christianity is a personal relationship with God in which you trust Him alone for the forgiveness your sin. No traditions of man to earn it or keep it. Once you have asked for salvation/forgiveness it is done. This is the definition of Christianity. It is not a religion or faith, it is personal between self and God.

As for your numerous examples of torture and suffering, these things were done to satisfy man's beliefs/traditions. The tyrants were blood-thirsty but not Christians in anyway shape or form.

You have muddied the truth and should be 100 percent sure of what you are talking about before you speak with such authority. If you are not sure and feel compelled to write make sure that the reader understands that this is simply your opinion.

Since: Nov 07

Auburn, Nebraska

#35 Feb 15, 2013
Do Your Homework wrote:
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Christianity is a personal relationship with God in which you trust Him alone for the forgiveness your sin. No traditions of man to earn it or keep it. Once you have asked for salvation/forgiveness it is done. This is the definition of Christianity. It is not a religion or faith, it is personal between self and God.
As for your numerous examples of torture and suffering, these things were done to satisfy man's beliefs/traditions. The tyrants were blood-thirsty but not Christians in anyway shape or form.
You have muddied the truth and should be 100 percent sure of what you are talking about before you speak with such authority. If you are not sure and feel compelled to write make sure that the reader understands that this is simply your opinion.
It doesn't matter whether those people were truly Christians or not. They called themselves Christians, and they perpetrated their special brand of evil in the name of God. Are you saying that the Inquisition was not a bloodbath committed in the name of Jesus and God? If so, it isn't me who needs a history lesson. I'm not muddying anything, and I think you might be wise to let the reader understand that this is simply YOUR opinion. Christians can't opt out of history just because things got ugly.
Did My Homework

Auburn, NE

#36 Feb 15, 2013
The Common Sense Doctor wrote:
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It doesn't matter whether those people were truly Christians or not. They called themselves Christians, and they perpetrated their special brand of evil in the name of God. Are you saying that the Inquisition was not a bloodbath committed in the name of Jesus and God? If so, it isn't me who needs a history lesson. I'm not muddying anything, and I think you might be wise to let the reader understand that this is simply YOUR opinion. Christians can't opt out of history just because things got ugly.
I went back to your original post and I looked-up the following: the inquisitions' beginning in the year 1100. To sum it up briefly, "man" wanting to control man's money, power, and belongings under the mask of a church/religion. The crusades were a continuation of "man" wanting to control and rule man in the name of a church/religion. As for Jim Jones, he began his career of control in a smoke screen of helping the poor, he preached just enough to hook people, but soon his brand of religion got to hot and he headed out of the U.S. and ended up in Guyana. In the end, he was insane and murdered his followers. Lastly, the Salem witch hunts were more of the same, "man" trying to control man through religion. There will always be a fight between what is good (God) and what is evil (Satan).
My point is simple, being a Christian begins in a relationship with God. The great part of that is as a Christian he/she is to emulate Jesus through their actions, words and deeds while they are still on earth. Joy comes when the truth (God) is shared with others, as I am doing now in a small way.
What you described in your post is not Christianity. It would be great if you could come out of our little discussion clearer on the truth of God and the definition of Christianity. Don't be offended, I did not become a born again Christian until I was nearly 30. And my beliefs were not far from your own. I wish you well. John 3:16

Since: Nov 07

Auburn, Nebraska

#37 Feb 15, 2013
The truth of God is that there isn't one. That brings the debate down to a grinding halt. I'm not offended that you believe in God or that you defend your position. I would expect anyone, regardless of their position on the matter, to do the same. I guess I'm just always disappointed in how superstitious and irrational people can be sometimes.

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