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Just a guy

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#1 Mar 21, 2013
Why are they so easy? I thought they were saved? Methodist and Southern Baptist seem to have the highest number of sexual partners.
Open eyes

Lawrenceburg, TN

#2 Mar 21, 2013
Just a guy wrote:
Why are they so easy? I thought they were saved? Methodist and Southern Baptist seem to have the highest number of sexual partners.
Being saved doesn't mean you become some sort of super human with extra powers. It means you have a personal relationship with God and attempt to do what is right in His eyes, not yours. If we were perfect, we would not need to be saved. And not everyone who goes to church is saved. In fact, not everyone who claims to be a Christian is a Christian. So maybe you are just misjudging women in general. What is obvious is you don't understand what a Christian really is.
Ahhhhh

United States

#3 Mar 25, 2013
Some girls wear booty shorts to church on Wednesday and it's distracting.
Really

Murfreesboro, TN

#4 Mar 25, 2013
And you are trying to convince post readers that you go to church...Really...Ahhhhhhh
Love Jesus

United States

#5 Mar 25, 2013
Really wrote:
And you are trying to convince post readers that you go to church...Really...Ahhhhhhh
What's that supposed to mean? Because I'm Black?

Racist!
maybesomeday

Columbia, TN

#6 Apr 10, 2013
Ahhhhh wrote:
Some girls wear booty shorts to church on Wednesday and it's distracting.
dannnng. think i be going to church on wednesday..........
Prepper

United States

#7 Apr 26, 2013
maybesomeday wrote:
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dannnng. think i be going to church on wednesday..........
Try Baptist! The girls have less morals.
dumb u r

Lawrenceburg, TN

#8 Apr 26, 2013
Prepper wrote:
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Try Baptist! The girls have less morals.
What would you know about morals? Let alone church... LMBO! Fact is, morals are not even religiously oriented, dufus.
Hmmmm

Lawrenceburg, TN

#10 May 17, 2013
Old dude wrote:
<quoted text>I remember that mother always said that you can go toHell for lying, just like you can for stealing.
Only if you're not a true Christian.
Lost World

United States

#11 May 18, 2013
The majority of Christian girls I know have all had sex before marriage and many have had over 10 sexual partners before graduating. I can't even think of one girl I went to school with who was a virgin.
OMG

Lawrenceburg, TN

#12 May 18, 2013
Lost World wrote:
The majority of Christian girls I know have all had sex before marriage and many have had over 10 sexual partners before graduating. I can't even think of one girl I went to school with who was a virgin.
No way... you are confusing yourself with the porn you've been watching. What are you, a pornodist? Oh wait, I know... a Methodist. You worship Meth while watching your porn.
yep

Columbia, TN

#13 May 18, 2013
church girls are naive...you can talk them into anything...after all, ya'll got them to believe in an invisible and a scientifically unverifiable holy being. church of christ girls in l burg are the easiest to trick.
Open Eyes

Lawrenceburg, TN

#14 May 18, 2013
yep wrote:
church girls are naive...you can talk them into anything...after all, ya'll got them to believe in an invisible and a scientifically unverifiable holy being. church of christ girls in l burg are the easiest to trick.
And you are a con artist, deceiver, deluder, dissimulator, equivocator, fabler, fabricator, and more. Nobody got anybody to believe in anything. That is where your fabrication goes awry. If anyone believes in anything (including you), it is because they accepted it for whatever reasons they determined at the time. If later they decide those reasons no longer satisfy their beliefs, they change their beliefs. Just like YOU do.

Just because YOU are unable to scientifically verify God, does not mean He does not exist. After all, who made YOU the expert?

Your last sentence makes you a liar at best, a fool at the least. When you DO die, will you have all this come back to you? Can't answer that can you? You've never died and it is given to each one to only die once. Good luck with that.
Open Eyes

Lawrenceburg, TN

#15 May 18, 2013
P.S. I already died. Figure that one out.
yep

Columbia, TN

#16 May 18, 2013
Open Eyes wrote:
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And you are a con artist, deceiver, deluder, dissimulator, equivocator, fabler, fabricator, and more. Nobody got anybody to believe in anything. That is where your fabrication goes awry. If anyone believes in anything (including you), it is because they accepted it for whatever reasons they determined at the time. If later they decide those reasons no longer satisfy their beliefs, they change their beliefs. Just like YOU do.
Just because YOU are unable to scientifically verify God, does not mean He does not exist. After all, who made YOU the expert?
Your last sentence makes you a liar at best, a fool at the least. When you DO die, will you have all this come back to you? Can't answer that can you? You've never died and it is given to each one to only die once. Good luck with that.
Wow, U sound like one of those bee hive hairdo, speakin in tongues church of god freaks...or maybe you are one of those church of christ chicks that got tricked and is now a scorned old woman. Don't be a hater.lol. Your ignorance of critical thinking and lack of scientific investigation are apparent. Yeah, go ahead and believe in some intangible being...you know santa and the easter bunny are not real, right? Oops! Sorry to burst your bubble.lol.

news flash- when you die;you are dead. You do not get 72 virgins, come back as a butterfly, walk streets of gold, or ride a comet.
curious

Smartt, TN

#17 May 18, 2013
yep wrote:
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Wow, U sound like one of those bee hive hairdo, speakin in tongues church of god freaks...or maybe you are one of those church of christ chicks that got tricked and is now a scorned old woman. Don't be a hater
.lol. Your ignorance of critical thinking and lack of scientific investigation are apparent. Yeah, go ahead and believe in some intangible being...you know santa and the easter bunny are not real, right? Oops! Sorry to burst your bubble.lol.
news flash- when you die;you are dead. You do not get 72 virgins, come back as a butterfly, walk streets of gold, or ride a comet.
Well, crap. There goes my plan. Next, you'll tell me unicorns don't exist.... and I keep wanting to find one named sparkles that poops rainbow cupcakes and sneezes butterflies and pixies.
Open Eyes

Lawrenceburg, TN

#19 May 19, 2013
yep wrote:
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Wow, U sound like one of those bee hive hairdo, speakin in tongues church of god freaks...or maybe you are one of those church of christ chicks that got tricked and is now a scorned old woman. Don't be a hater.lol. Your ignorance of critical thinking and lack of scientific investigation are apparent. Yeah, go ahead and believe in some intangible being...you know santa and the easter bunny are not real, right? Oops! Sorry to burst your bubble.lol.
news flash- when you die;you are dead. You do not get 72 virgins, come back as a butterfly, walk streets of gold, or ride a comet.
Nice try, but you will never get anything right about me or true Christians. You seem pretty brainwashed yourself with your righteous attitude in that you think you have all the right answers. Sad fact is, your belief system has less to work with than mine. Critical thinking skills is just way of thinking about ANY problem or subject in which the person evaluates the information and uses such conclusions to guide their future. It is not "evidence". I evaluate the information I have and made my conclusions, just like you did.

And again, lack of scientific evidence (on your part) does not prove anything. Your statement about Santa and the Easter bunny is totally weak and irrelevant as there is not one adult in the world who believes in either as a real entity, so why even bother presenting that?

You claim when you die, you're dead and nothing happens afterwards. Hmmm... so Mr. Know-it-all, please present your scientific evidence to prove this. Do you know anyone who die for three days and came back to tell you that? And if they did, would you even accept it? You are so skeptical that if Jesus himself came to you, you would find some excuse to say it never happened. I find it hard to believe that someone as closed minded as you would accept any scientific proof of anything.

“De omnibus dubitandum.”

Since: Mar 08

Anywhere I hang my hat

#20 May 19, 2013
Open Eyes wrote:
... And again, lack of scientific evidence (on your part) does not prove anything. Your statement about Santa and the Easter bunny is totally weak and irrelevant as there is not one adult in the world who believes in either as a real entity, so why even bother presenting that?
http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Celestial_teapot
Open Eyes

Lawrenceburg, TN

#21 May 20, 2013
Agnostic and Proud wrote:
Intentionally absurd analogies are indeed absurd. They also serve no other purpose than to make the presenter feel better about themselves. Where this argument falls flat is only serves you, the unbeliever. For the believer, like myself, I have all the proof I need. Other believers who do not have the proof I have, have proof of their own that is quite satisfying to them.

There are many things in science you have never seen, yet you accept them because you choose to. There have been many frauds in science, therefore there is proof some things you believe in are taken on faith that they are not lying to you. But you REALLY don't know for sure without actually being there for the discovery work and research. Not much difference there. Peer reviews? There is tons of peer reviews between Christians. You just happen to not accept our proof as easily as you do rouge scientists. That's funny!

You have no idea of what lies beyond what you can't see, taste or smell. String theory explains a lot in the sense of other dimensions (that you can't see or detect... today). These other dimensions would easily explain what Christians refer to as Spiritual planes. Those are the places you can go to when you are released from the bonds that hold you to this dimension.

Neuroscience has never proven anything except that when the brain dies, we no longer exist.(Actually, they are only proving there is not longer any brain function). Spiritual neuroscience is a serious field, although it is the subject of criticism in the scientific press and understandably so. However, there have been other fields of science that also suffered like treatment when they were first started.

Here is an analogy that explains the current barrier: You are told that in another room there is another experience waiting for you, however once you go through the door you cannot return to this one to explain to anyone what is there. In spiritual neuroscience it's rather hard providing tangible proof under these circumstances. Yes, it is so simple to say nothing exists after death using this as the pretext, however it does not explain the thousands upon thousands of experiences that have been recorded. If not for these experiences, especially the ones I have had, I would be right there with you. But I cannot simply ignore what I have experienced and you and Neuroscience cannot explain it away simply because they haven't discovered it...yet.

I do have access to Neuroscience research at UT in Memphis and it is a field I have great interest in. I am a rational individual in that I know I have the answer (theory for people like you), and now I am looking for ways to help me explain it. Enjoy your day and good luck with your impending demise. God speed.

“De omnibus dubitandum.”

Since: Mar 08

Anywhere I hang my hat

#22 May 20, 2013
Open Eyes wrote:
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Intentionally absurd analogies are indeed absurd. They also serve no other purpose than to make the presenter feel better about themselves. Where this argument falls flat is only serves you, the unbeliever. For the believer, like myself, I have all the proof I need. Other believers who do not have the proof I have, have proof of their own that is quite satisfying to them.
There are many things in science you have never seen, yet you accept them because you choose to. There have been many frauds in science, therefore there is proof some things you believe in are taken on faith that they are not lying to you. But you REALLY don't know for sure without actually being there for the discovery work and research. Not much difference there. Peer reviews? There is tons of peer reviews between Christians. You just happen to not accept our proof as easily as you do rouge scientists. That's funny!
You have no idea of what lies beyond what you can't see, taste or smell. String theory explains a lot in the sense of other dimensions (that you can't see or detect... today). These other dimensions would easily explain what Christians refer to as Spiritual planes. Those are the places you can go to when you are released from the bonds that hold you to this dimension.
Neuroscience has never proven anything except that when the brain dies, we no longer exist.(Actually, they are only proving there is not longer any brain function). Spiritual neuroscience is a serious field, although it is the subject of criticism in the scientific press and understandably so. However, there have been other fields of science that also suffered like treatment when they were first started.
Here is an analogy that explains the current barrier: You are told that in another room there is another experience waiting for you, however once you go through the door you cannot return to this one to explain to anyone what is there. In spiritual neuroscience it's rather hard providing tangible proof under these circumstances. Yes, it is so simple to say nothing exists after death using this as the pretext, however it does not explain the thousands upon thousands of experiences that have been recorded. If not for these experiences, especially the ones I have had, I would be right there with you. But I cannot simply ignore what I have experienced and you and Neuroscience cannot explain it away simply because they haven't discovered it...yet.
I do have access to Neuroscience research at UT in Memphis and it is a field I have great interest in. I am a rational individual in that I know I have the answer (theory for people like you), and now I am looking for ways to help me explain it. Enjoy your day and good luck with your impending demise. God speed.
This should help you with your understanding of NDEs and the explanations behind them:

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm...

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