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Bible study rules for public schools proposed

There are 170612 comments on the The Courier-Journal story from Feb 10, 2010, titled Bible study rules for public schools proposed. In it, The Courier-Journal reports that:

FRANKFORT, Ky. - The state would create rules for teaching about the Bible in public high schools under a bill filed Monday by three Democratic senators.

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wwwcurious

Winter Garden, FL

#133745 Jul 9, 2014
The_Box wrote:
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Curious, why do you continually post articles written by liars? This is so obviously false that it's laughable anyone would believe it.
The only article written by atheists that I have posted is the one written by Staks Rosch
" Atheism has a suicide problem" and that was far from being alie.
Obviously,when an article is posted that you can not refute, you resort to the last refuge of a scoundrel , unable to refute,you deceitfully label it alie....
Such is the MO afforded you by your atheist faith.. abandoned and hung out to dry
atheist motto
Nothing created something from nothing. This nothing also brought the universe into existence and provided all the information contained in DNA....Making life possible.
The lifeless created life, the unconscious created consciousness and the unintelligent created intelligence... This is a MIRACLE of MAGICAL proportions.....So said Houdini
and the atheist faithful

“See how you are?”

Since: Jul 12

Earth

#133746 Jul 9, 2014
SNYB wrote:
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Ooops...there that word again... on a totally different web even...and again...and ooooh what's this ..this weather...they call rain? How do anyone make mud?
O_o
Leave it to Sista to read "that word" in a post that has nothing to do with "that word."

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#133747 Jul 9, 2014
wwwcurious wrote:
Obviously,when an article is posted that you can not refute, you resort to the last refuge of a scoundrel , unable to refute,you deceitfully label it alie....
It is a lie. And one that is trivially easy to see for anyone with even a basic understanding of what is being talked about, which you clearly lack.

Imagine a gene pool with 2 alleles for a certain train:
ABCDD and ABCDE

A mutation occurs and results in an allele ABCDF. Now the gene pool has ABCDD, ABCDE, and ABCDF. There has been an increase in information.

Curious, why do you even post about these topics when you're completely ignorant of them? Doesn't it tell you something that you can't actually generate a post of your own content and are forced to copy and paste Creationist lies?
SNYB

London, KY

#133748 Jul 9, 2014
ChromiuMan wrote:
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Leave it to Sista to read "that word" in a post that has nothing to do with "that word."
Good job Mr. Predictable!

(floods...what flooding....it awrl a bush's a fault!)
wwwcurious

Winter Garden, FL

#133749 Jul 9, 2014
ChromiuMan wrote:
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You typed AA org, not atheist org.
Do you think your habitual defamation. libel and name calling somehow promote your "cause?"
Hey , pumpkin head, Read the lawsuit filed by AA org attempting to keep the Cross, a historical artifact, out of the 9/11 museum...filed by AA org. American atheists org.
AA has more sense than AA org. so do not compare them. AA is not foolish enough to file such
a foolish and absurd suit as they are not afflicted by dyspepsia , anxiety,depression,mental anguish and headaches at the sight of the Cross . Seems to me that those who belong to AA are turning to the Cross and Christ to heal them of their maladies,whereas the atheists claim that the Cross is the reason for their afflictions
Forget the pumpkin head remark, I still likee ya and your 3 eyed alligator pet.
Tell him Jim said hello..........

“See how you are?”

Since: Jul 12

Earth

#133750 Jul 9, 2014
SNYB wrote:
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Good job Mr. Predictable!
(floods...what flooding....it awrl a bush's a fault!)
Maybe it was predictable because your posts are predictably and obliviously irrelevant.

“See how you are?”

Since: Jul 12

Earth

#133751 Jul 9, 2014
wwwcurious wrote:
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Hey , pumpkin head, Read the lawsuit filed by AA org attempting to keep the Cross, a historical artifact, out of the 9/11 museum...filed by AA org. American atheists org.
AA has more sense than AA org. so do not compare them. AA is not foolish enough to file such
a foolish and absurd suit as they are not afflicted by dyspepsia , anxiety,depression,mental anguish and headaches at the sight of the Cross . Seems to me that those who belong to AA are turning to the Cross and Christ to heal them of their maladies,whereas the atheists claim that the Cross is the reason for their afflictions
Forget the pumpkin head remark, I still likee ya and your 3 eyed alligator pet.
Tell him Jim said hello..........
click the link.

aa.org

and read the lawsuit you find there, genius. For that matter, show where it says cross or Christ on that site.
SNYB

London, KY

#133752 Jul 9, 2014
ChromiuMan wrote:
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Maybe it was predictable because your posts are predictably and obliviously irrelevant.
Nope..it was just predictable because predictable contrariness usually is.

And please do not walk across the lawn....there might a sapling sprouting, awaiting rain fall, bound for future petrification!

(duhmmy.)

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#133753 Jul 9, 2014
chinwendu1 wrote:
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The point is that one thing is connected to another...we help build one another. Which is why were are to love one another as we love ourselves.
If your response is followed...the country and the people would disappear, the person who will cure malaria will not discover it and more people will die. The other two diseases that the same person will discover, will not come to pass and even more will die from those diseases as well. Abortion has probably terminated the destiny of many that were coming with answers.
Jesus probably would have healed the person which is what we are to be doing as well... medically hopefully soon.
You keep acting as if people will die if malaria is stopped. Ever think how many die due to malaria? Jesus heals no victims of malaria.
Obviously your god cannot stop malaria. And you obviously diverted from our points.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#133754 Jul 9, 2014
SNYB wrote:
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Nope..it was just predictable because predictable contrariness usually is.
And please do not walk across the lawn....there might a sapling sprouting, awaiting rain fall, bound for future petrification!
(duhmmy.)
i see you are back, and being nasty as always.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#133755 Jul 9, 2014
wwwcurious wrote:
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What you posted does nothing to clear up the problem that atheists and evolutionists face
"In other words, instead of an Intelligent Mind creating our human minds, atheists join evolutionists in their unshakeable belief that nature spontaneously generated all living things from mindless nothingness (this is called "Chemical Evolution").
Yet, although the simplest being we know of represents complexity beyond what our own minds can remotely fathom—they insist that even the most complex being we know about "occurred by chance.""
Seeing as how it is so hard for the mind to fathom, seems strange you insist a mind made it.
And I hear humans were made in the image of god, so I assume his mind is like ours.
If not, then what is gods likeness in us?

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#133756 Jul 9, 2014
pusherman_ wrote:
<quoted text> The forest of petrified trees are easy to google. I figgered if your Interest had been there, you'd done checked.
dude, there is NO WAY them trees stood upright like that for millions of years while that happened.
Wood rots and In a relative amount of time will topple over.
I live here In the mountains and see it regularly and it's not In millions of years.
I don't care what science says..
There is only one way them trees could have had that sediment built up around them W/OUT toppling over, and I don't care how science explains it to fit what they think..
I need not say it, cause you already know..
They have found whales bones In deserts, marine life on tops of mountains, not on just some mountains, but globally with consistent pattern..
They say it's earths plates colliding and pushing up the mountains, YEAH RIGHT!
Archaeological scientist were the ones that found piltdown man and tried that dumb shyt!
So you do not believe in plate tectonics? Is there any science you believe in?

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#133757 Jul 9, 2014
pusherman_ wrote:
<quoted text> The forest of petrified trees are easy to google. I figgered if your Interest had been there, you'd done checked.
dude, there is NO WAY them trees stood upright like that for millions of years while that happened.
Wood rots and In a relative amount of time will topple over.
I live here In the mountains and see it regularly and it's not In millions of years.
I don't care what science says..
There is only one way them trees could have had that sediment built up around them W/OUT toppling over, and I don't care how science explains it to fit what they think..
I need not say it, cause you already know..
They have found whales bones In deserts, marine life on tops of mountains, not on just some mountains, but globally with consistent pattern..
They say it's earths plates colliding and pushing up the mountains, YEAH RIGHT!
Archaeological scientist were the ones that found piltdown man and tried that dumb shyt!
Dinosaur bones will rot eventually also, but some fossilize due to being quickly covered by silt or ash and the sort. You see, silt keeps the air out like a zip lock bag. Then minerals seep in and become stone.

I guess you feel god made all the mountains and deserts we see here and none have ever changed?

It is clear you do not believe science, and that is a major reason I protest religion.
I wonder how many children would grow up to cure malaria, but their parents told them science is all bull crap.
Femme

Clover, SC

#133758 Jul 9, 2014
concerned wrote:
The danger in teaching the Bible is that this book has the power to create faith even in an atheist. If it is allowed to be taught there is a strong possibility someone could be converted to Jesus Christ. Under the current world views is it possible to allow such a powerful tool for good to be taught in public schools and that before the young minds of the future?
opinions are like butts everyone has one & they all soon stink!

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#133759 Jul 9, 2014
SNYB wrote:
...why... that "F'"(lood) word's mentioned so much...even with Duquettes and Chrumolios counting pegs combined... they would need more ape digits to count 'em all!!!!
Floods happen all the time. None ever occurred as the bible claimed. The bible lied about that flood. And those who are very ignorant of science often believe in the bible flood.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#133760 Jul 9, 2014
Yiago wrote:
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Throw me a bone. What trees are you talking about? Give me a link so we can talk apples to apples.
Here's the thing to remember about science: it is transparent. If someone makes a claim that can be shown to be false you can bet money on the fact that it will be shown to be false. Scientists make their name on discovery and debunking of discovery. Conspiracies, while they do happen, are generally short lived. Take the classic Piltdown Man hoax for example. How was that hoax discovered? Science. Someone took the time to examine the bones more closely.
I don't think Pusherman knows how to post links.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#133761 Jul 9, 2014
do whut wrote:
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I didn't say I didn't want it to become legal. But I thought you had a while back. I could be wrong. I am glad I don't have to deal with it. I think it gets messy and I don't understand how it could work properly with everyone feeling good about the situation.
Why are you being a jerk again? Making broad, incorrect accusations?
Probably due to being irritated by your constant diversions. And probably because you oppose millions from having the privilege of marriage which you enjoy.

Yes, polygamy has its fair share of problems. Probably why it is illegal. It surely has far more problems than gay marriage. But the fact is, you oppose at least one of these, yet cannot show how it harms you. And you divert from the questions on it, so I assume you are just sticking your head in the sand and following the rules of your leaders without question.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#133762 Jul 9, 2014
do whut wrote:
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I didn't say I didn't want it to become legal. But I thought you had a while back. I could be wrong. I am glad I don't have to deal with it. I think it gets messy and I don't understand how it could work properly with everyone feeling good about the situation.
Why are you being a jerk again? Making broad, incorrect accusations?
No, I did not state I wanted polygamy legal. I am open to debate the issue though, and I see you refuse to debate gay marriage. You make your stance and refuse to debate the logic your state.
And yes, I made an assumption based upon your feelings of polygamy, just as you often do to me. See how it feels?

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#133763 Jul 9, 2014
do whut wrote:
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Here is a decent article:
Harm is a relative term. What might be considered harmful to one person might not to another. There are different kinds of harm: physical, emotional, spiritual, financial, etc. Therefore, harm is a personal thing that is experienced and is a bit subjective. So, when we ask how gay marriage harms anyone, we have to look at more than just one aspect.
Marriage has been universally acknowledged throughout history as a legal contract between a man and a woman in which there is emotional and sexual fidelity, along with childrearing. But homosexual marriage would change this. Since marriage is also a moral issue, redefining marriage is redefining morals. Furthermore, marriage is an extremely wide-spread practice within any society and has many legal and moral issues attached to it. So, when marriage is redefined, the society is dramatically affected. Legalizing gay marriage means changing the laws of the land. The ramifications are vast, and we are seeing the effects of homosexual legal "rights" affecting housing, education, the work place, medicine, the armed forces, adoption, religion, etc. Are all the changes good? That is hotly debated. But we have to ask, is it morally right to force all of society to adopt the morals of a minority?(See Statistics on the percentage of the population that are homosexual and lesbian)
So, how would gay marriage harm anyone? First, let's define harm. Harm is damage to a person physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually, financially, morally, etc. The definition is obviously broad and subjective, and this is problematic. People experience harm in different ways.
Here is a list of ways in which gay marriage can bring harm.
It can bring huge financial and emotional stress.
Homosexuals can sue people who are exercising their religious beliefs. For example, a heterosexual married couple with children who do not want to rent a room in their own family household to homosexuals could be sued for discrimination based on "sexual orientation." This can incur significant financial and emotional stress upon the family--not to mention the "prior restraint" effect of the fear of being sued which results in a family not renting out a room.
So the harms you claim are that of having homosexuals having the right of financial privileges you enjoy? So this is all about your greed? Talk about selfish. Did you learn that from Jesus?
A homosexual can already sue for some discriminations, and probably that in housing.
If a family discriminates, then maybe they should have some emotional distress. But the simple freedom to marry is not changing any of that. Some people are just bigots, and have some holier than thou attitudes.
Bigots get sued a lot. They often discriminate against interracial marriages which at one time not very long ago was illegal.
I just hear excuses from you that sound so anti freedom. If freedom is causing you emotional distress, then maybe you should consider living in a less free society. Well I guess your church is working hard to keep America less free.

Ever consider the emotional distress of someone not being able to marry the person they love? Sorry, but your case for emotional distress is weak, and is shockingly selfish. I really thought you were a better person than this, but I guess I was very wrong.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#133764 Jul 9, 2014
do whut wrote:
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Free society means anything consensual goes right?
Well a more free society probably would take this as a definition. I would have to test this idea in a debate. Can you think of anything that would be a clear problem with it?

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