Will Homosexuals Be Allowed in Heaven
Auntie Theist

United States

#171 Nov 11, 2013
hootie bootie wrote:
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I don't understand all this debate. I had my first gay sex encounter last week and it was great. better than a woman any day cause guys know what guys want. the only problem occurred when I pulled out and had a butter bean on my pecker.
We know you don't understand - anti.
Buttavious

Tucker, GA

#172 Nov 11, 2013
Maybe congress could pass a law allowing gays into heaven?

Since: Mar 13

Jackson, TN

#173 Nov 11, 2013
Buttavious wrote:
Maybe congress could pass a law allowing gays into heaven?
That would be against the constitution.

They can pass laws that would end the religious discrimination against a group of people though.
Auntie Theist

United States

#174 Nov 11, 2013
another viewer wrote:
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That would be against the constitution.
They can pass laws that would end the religious discrimination against a group of people though.
Yes, and it is because of religion. Why else would anyone hate Gays other than because they are taught to do so by their church?
That sounds abominable to me.
what a joke

Jackson, TN

#175 Nov 11, 2013
Auntie Theist wrote:
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Yes, and it is because of religion. Why else would anyone hate Gays other than because they are taught to do so by their church?
That sounds abominable to me.
Well s are not allowed in heaven, you wont be there auntie. You puff so much peter you look like a porcupine
Auntie Theist

United States

#176 Nov 11, 2013
what a joke wrote:
<quoted text>Well s are not allowed in heaven, you wont be there auntie. You puff so much peter you look like a porcupine
You should have grown out of your childish wishes by now.
what a joke

Jackson, TN

#177 Nov 11, 2013
Auntie Theist wrote:
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You should have grown out of your childish wishes by now.
Wow you need to learn better combacks, cross dresser. I bet you are on a street corner waiting on a man to search your anal cavities
Wowie

Jackson, TN

#178 Nov 11, 2013
So a man going to heaven depends on if he likes a peter or a pepper?
Auntie Theist

United States

#179 Nov 11, 2013
an den de lickle baby burped and gobbled up all de yarn und dat was de end of de thread.
Believer

Jackson, TN

#180 Nov 14, 2013
Simpletons! The bible clearly states God turned them over to a desire for unnatural lusts because of their past sins.
hootie bootie

Jackson, MS

#181 Nov 14, 2013
Auntie Theist wrote:
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We know you don't understand - anti.
Did you hear the one about the two gay's in a bar? One was about to take a seat and the other approached him and asked: Do you mind if I push in your stool?

We understand just as much as you.

Since: Mar 13

Jackson, TN

#182 Nov 14, 2013
Believer wrote:
Simpletons! The bible clearly states God turned them over to a desire for unnatural lusts because of their past sins.
God never said anything bad about Homosexual love.

He has a number of same sex relationships that the bible writers give as examples that they approved of:

Ruth and Naomi

David and Jonathan

Daniel and Ashpenaz

Jesus healed the young boy lover of a Roman centurion.
Matthew 19:10-12
Jesus restores a gay relationship by a miracle of healing and then holds up a gay man as an example of faith for all to follow

also,

'Believer' is not a practicer of the bible it believes in.

Matthew 5:22
But I say to you that everyone who is angry with his brother will be liable to judgment; whoever insults his brother will be liable to the council; and whoever says,‘You fool!’ will be liable to the hell of fire.
Auntie Theist

United States

#183 Nov 14, 2013
hootie bootie wrote:
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Did you hear the one about the two gay's in a bar? One was about to take a seat and the other approached him and asked: Do you mind if I push in your stool?
We understand just as much as you.
Yes, a first class understanding of useless trivia.
hootie bootie

Jackson, MS

#184 Nov 14, 2013
You Think You Know wrote:
When you fall in to your eternal sleep, I hope there is some enlightening moment when you figure out all this time you spent on Earth pursuing religious fairytales meant nothing to no one ever throughout history. You people and your beliefs will one day be a point in the history of this world people glance back at and cringe. Your close-minded, hypocritical backwards thinking is a cancer on this vessel we call a planet. I am moral without the bounds of your 2,000 year old boyfriend. I hope soon our nation will awaken from the darkness of bigotry and uneducated theologies. Free your mind from the prison that you were born into. This world and the universe we're floating through is so much more beautiful than a god with the temper of a 4 year old could ever imagine.
Wake up. Let go of the god Delusion.
big difference. when I fall into that eternal sleep if the Christians are right you are doomed.

lets die together and see.
Auntie Theist

United States

#186 Nov 14, 2013
hootie bootie wrote:
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big difference. when I fall into that eternal sleep if the Christians are right you are doomed.
lets die together and see.
Pascal's wager - discredited.
Suppose you die together and meet Lord Brahma? That is just as ridiculous as meeting your Jesus.
ANTI ATHEIST

Oakland, TN

#187 Nov 14, 2013
Auntie Theist wrote:
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Pascal's wager - discredited.
Suppose you die together and meet Lord Brahma? That is just as ridiculous as meeting your Jesus.
What does mr wascals pager have to do with anything? what if he is right?

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#188 Nov 14, 2013
ANTI ATHEIST wrote:
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What does mr wascals pager have to do with anything? what if he is right?
Pascal wager fallacies.

*Fallacy One*: It assumes that there is only one god which can be believed in, the Christian one. This is not true, since there are a plethora of gods that have been believed throughout the millennia. This would have to be applied to each and every one of those gods to be true, and this would clearly be impossible, due to the clashing natures of many of the said gods.
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Fallacy Two*: It assumes that simply wagering on [the Christian] God will buy one entrance into Heaven. While this may be so, the Wager does not instill a belief, it instills an appearance of a belief. Since the god in question is presumed to be all-knowing, he would be able to tell a false from a true belief. Therefore, the belief from the Wager would not qualify should belief be the requirement for entrance into Heaven.
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Fallacy Three*: It creates a moral dilemma. You, by using this, are sending the most dedicated humanitarians, who just happen to not be Christian, to Hell, while you set a place in Heaven for those mass-murders who happen to be Christian. Since [the Christian] God is supposed to be a loving god, how then could he entertain the embodiment of hatred, yet turn away the embodiment of love? 

*Fallacy Four*: It ignores too many alternate possibilities - some of which are addressed by existing religions, and some which are not. Some examples: A God could reward on criteria which seem meaningless to us - hair colour, taste in clothes, music etc. or A God might not be concerned with humans at all - the universe could be here for hydrogen for all we know. Or God may even reward those who don't believe.
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Fallacy Five*: It assumes any person is overly fearful of death to be worried about it being a conclusion to their life.
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Fallacy Six*: It assumes that a belief in God is all that is needed, when many Christians would disagree and would suggest that there are "guidelines" that you should live by (and that God requires you to live by if your belief is sincere). If these guidelines require a change on your part (for example: No sex before marriage, no smoking, denying you are a homosexual, not marrying a non-Christian, etc.), then it could be argued that you have lost something if the Christian God turns out to not exist.

http://arc-t.org/arc-tiquities/debates-pascal...
really

Jackson, TN

#189 Nov 15, 2013
Toyota bad boy wrote:
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Pascal wager fallacies.
*Fallacy One*: It assumes that there is only one god which can be believed in, the Christian one. This is not true, since there are a plethora of gods that have been believed throughout the millennia. This would have to be applied to each and every one of those gods to be true, and this would clearly be impossible, due to the clashing natures of many of the said gods.
*
Fallacy Two*: It assumes that simply wagering on [the Christian] God will buy one entrance into Heaven. While this may be so, the Wager does not instill a belief, it instills an appearance of a belief. Since the god in question is presumed to be all-knowing, he would be able to tell a false from a true belief. Therefore, the belief from the Wager would not qualify should belief be the requirement for entrance into Heaven.
*
Fallacy Three*: It creates a moral dilemma. You, by using this, are sending the most dedicated humanitarians, who just happen to not be Christian, to Hell, while you set a place in Heaven for those mass-murders who happen to be Christian. Since [the Christian] God is supposed to be a loving god, how then could he entertain the embodiment of hatred, yet turn away the embodiment of love? 
*Fallacy Four*: It ignores too many alternate possibilities - some of which are addressed by existing religions, and some which are not. Some examples: A God could reward on criteria which seem meaningless to us - hair colour, taste in clothes, music etc. or A God might not be concerned with humans at all - the universe could be here for hydrogen for all we know. Or God may even reward those who don't believe.
*
Fallacy Five*: It assumes any person is overly fearful of death to be worried about it being a conclusion to their life.
*
Fallacy Six*: It assumes that a belief in God is all that is needed, when many Christians would disagree and would suggest that there are "guidelines" that you should live by (and that God requires you to live by if your belief is sincere). If these guidelines require a change on your part (for example: No sex before marriage, no smoking, denying you are a homosexual, not marrying a non-Christian, etc.), then it could be argued that you have lost something if the Christian God turns out to not exist.
http://arc-t.org/arc-tiquities/debates-pascal...
Awe the peter puffer is back,i figured you were here all along. Posing as auntie theist. You need to keep the auntie theist cause you know you like men
guest

Mclean, VA

#190 Nov 15, 2013
Single Mom wrote:
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Mitch, Do you believe that 15 and 16 year old kids who are gay that God gave them over to degrading passions?
I think they are born that way. I have never met a gay person that wanted to be gay. They didnt choose to be gay.
Most every gay guy I have ever known was raised in a family with a laid back, quiet, non-involved father and a bossy, domineering head of the house mother and, most cases, sisters just like the mom. This indicates that a fair number of gays were influenced by the environments they were raised in rather than acquiring a desire for the same sex before they were born and before they had any consciousness of what sex was.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#191 Nov 15, 2013
really wrote:
<quoted text>Awe the peter puffer is back,i figured you were here all along. Posing as auntie theist. You need to keep the auntie theist cause you know you like men
with
What ever fantasy floats your boat. And no I'm not Auntie theist. I've dealt with you before so I know you believe your own lies. Therefore no point in arguing with your imagination. You can think what you want to about me.

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