Have you realized "god" is false?

Have you realized "god" is false?

Created by Silly gods on Mar 9, 2013

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“Gods Curse On Lazy Hillbillies”

Since: Jun 12

Dale City, VA

#131 Mar 15, 2013
Water to Whine wrote:
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Wrong as usual.
Religion is dead, god is soon to follow.
You Don't Believe In God????....
Butt Hymen

Greenbrier, AR

#132 Mar 15, 2013
Water to Whine wrote:
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Your "god" "the same yesterday, today, and forever"
Why oh why are sooooooo many christians ashamed and scared of the OT?
Ask a christ-tard about homosexual sex....they will flip to the Old Test faster than a chicken can eat corn!
Ask them about the lineage of jeebus and boy they will flip over to the front of the book!
Ask a christ-tard about gods obvious love for killing and blood and sexism against females, and slavery and they say "oh well thats the god of the old test we aint under that anymore"
How convenient!!!!!!!!!!
I remember when I was scared to think.....Boy I will never be that type of person ever again! Once you are free from religion you can really appreciate life.
Life will be more intense than you have ever experienced.
You people are so foolish and arrogant. You refuse to test your faith, you refuse logic, you think no further than what you hear. Hearing does not make truth.
You never take anything else in life without testing/investigating and comparing....expect when it come to religion and then you take everything that you hear as damn facts!
Why is that?
...they're brainwashed...can't fix that...it's like the language we speak, it's learned behavior...unfortunately.

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#133 Mar 15, 2013
Yeah, some Christians are beyond rational thought. That part of their brain was turned off long ago.
get with the program

Chicago, IL

#134 Mar 16, 2013
truth: get with the program and spread the word!

maybe if a lot of churches would fellowship with each other and go to their saturday night singings, and show support for each other instead of fighting denominations;
a light would be shined for the lost and dying world.
there is not going to be a special corner in heaven for each denomination.
a quiet baptist here, a loud holiness there, etc.

we are all going to be one big happy family.
and we are all going to make noises of praise to the father. so get with the heavenly program.
real

London, KY

#135 Mar 16, 2013
Dropping knowledge, pencils ready;

Starting with the Sumerians, the first known great culture 6,000 years ago that spawned the Bablylonians, Persians, and Assyrians, through ALL subsequent "Intelligent advanced civilizations" and "non-advanced" indigenous cultures including the American Indians of North America, Mayan and Inca empires of South America, Aborigines of Australia, ancient Chinese and Hindu text scriptures from the Far East, Egyptians, of the Middle East, Dogons of Africa, and the Greek and Roman Gods of mythology, every known culture accepted for a fact that heavenly beings (Or Gods) created Man kind.(In their own likeness). Some coincidence to be a myth, huh?

Sorry brudders and sistas, you as well, anti and faith and the rest of you tick-birds.
Reason

Murray, KY

#136 Mar 16, 2013
real wrote:
Dropping knowledge, pencils ready;
Starting with the Sumerians, the first known great culture 6,000 years ago that spawned the Bablylonians, Persians, and Assyrians, through ALL subsequent "Intelligent advanced civilizations" and "non-advanced" indigenous cultures including the American Indians of North America, Mayan and Inca empires of South America, Aborigines of Australia, ancient Chinese and Hindu text scriptures from the Far East, Egyptians, of the Middle East, Dogons of Africa, and the Greek and Roman Gods of mythology, every known culture accepted for a fact that heavenly beings (Or Gods) created Man kind.(In their own likeness). Some coincidence to be a myth, huh?
Sorry brudders and sistas, you as well, anti and faith and the rest of you tick-birds.
1) Wrong, there have been many cultures that don't believe in anthropomorphic deities including ones that worshiped nature like many Pagan religions and many Shamanic religions and even most Buddhists are atheists. There is also a great book by Danial Everitt about how he used to be a missionary who was trying to convert an Amazonian tribe called the Piraha who believed the earth was always the way it is now and they don't believe in any deities. Their mockery of his religion caused him to question his faith and he became an atheist.
2) Gods are created in the image of man, not the other way around. It is an understandable result of human hubris.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#137 Mar 16, 2013
real wrote:
Dropping knowledge, pencils ready;
Starting with the Sumerians, the first known great culture 6,000 years ago that spawned the Bablylonians, Persians, and Assyrians, through ALL subsequent "Intelligent advanced civilizations" and "non-advanced" indigenous cultures including the American Indians of North America, Mayan and Inca empires of South America, Aborigines of Australia, ancient Chinese and Hindu text scriptures from the Far East, Egyptians, of the Middle East, Dogons of Africa, and the Greek and Roman Gods of mythology, every known culture accepted for a fact that heavenly beings (Or Gods) created Man kind.(In their own likeness). Some coincidence to be a myth, huh?
Sorry brudders and sistas, you as well, anti and faith and the rest of you tick-birds.
Here is the best summation of religion, and response to your insane idea that "So many people can't be wrong", popular appeal argument.

"... imagine a puddle waking up one morning and thinking,‘This is an interesting world I find myself in,an interesting hole I find myself in,fits me rather neatly, doesn’t it? In fact it fits me staggeringly well, must have been made to have me in it!’ This is such a powerful idea that as the sun rises in the sky and the air heats up and as, gradually, the puddle gets smaller and smaller, it’s still frantically hanging on to the notion that everything’s going to be alright, because this world was meant to have him in it, was built to have him in it; so the moment he disappears catches him rather by surprise. I think this may be something we need to be on the watch out for." --Douglas Adams
BIG RED TRUCK

London, KY

#138 Mar 16, 2013
You can take you a pen and mark it on a piece of paper, the day will come that you will believe he is god for you will shurley need him! And the knee will bow.
real

London, KY

#139 Mar 17, 2013
Simple Fact 79 wrote:
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Here is the best summation of religion, and response to your insane idea that "So many people can't be wrong", popular appeal argument.
"... imagine a puddle waking up one morning and thinking,‘This is an interesting world I find myself in,an interesting hole I find myself in,fits me rather neatly, doesn’t it? In fact it fits me staggeringly well, must have been made to have me in it!’ This is such a powerful idea that as the sun rises in the sky and the air heats up and as, gradually, the puddle gets smaller and smaller, it’s still frantically hanging on to the notion that everything’s going to be alright, because this world was meant to have him in it, was built to have him in it; so the moment he disappears catches him rather by surprise. I think this may be something we need to be on the watch out for." --Douglas Adams
Oh my goodness, that was such a lovely little story, please tell us another, NOT...
real

London, KY

#140 Mar 17, 2013
Reason wrote:
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1) Wrong, there have been many cultures that don't believe in anthropomorphic deities including ones that worshiped nature like many Pagan religions and many Shamanic religions and even most Buddhists are atheists. There is also a great book by Danial Everitt about how he used to be a missionary who was trying to convert an Amazonian tribe called the Piraha who believed the earth was always the way it is now and they don't believe in any deities. Their mockery of his religion caused him to question his faith and he became an atheist.
2) Gods are created in the image of man, not the other way around. It is an understandable result of human hubris.
Yeah right, I guess so many cultures that you could name six or seven atleast.
real

London, KY

#141 Mar 17, 2013
Simple Fact 79 wrote:
<quoted text>
Here is the best summation of religion, and response to your insane idea that "So many people can't be wrong", popular appeal argument.
"... imagine a puddle waking up one morning and thinking,‘This is an interesting world I find myself in,an interesting hole I find myself in,fits me rather neatly, doesn’t it? In fact it fits me staggeringly well, must have been made to have me in it!’ This is such a powerful idea that as the sun rises in the sky and the air heats up and as, gradually, the puddle gets smaller and smaller, it’s still frantically hanging on to the notion that everything’s going to be alright, because this world was meant to have him in it, was built to have him in it; so the moment he disappears catches him rather by surprise. I think this may be something we need to be on the watch out for." --Douglas Adams
OMG,,, imagine a puddle waking up one morning and thinking!!!

I can imagine what you see when you look in the mirrow, ohh ohh ohh...

What is it [evolution] based upon? Upon nothing whatever but faith, upon belief in the reality of the unseen—belief in the fossils that cannot be produced, belief in the embryological experiments that refuse to come off. It is faith unjustified by works.

Telling someone who believes in God that there are no "facts" to prove there is a God, dosen't make sense because there are no facts to prove there isn't a God. Its just a endless battle of beliefs.

Anything else is mortal speculation.
Hmmm

Flat Lick, KY

#142 Mar 17, 2013
Reason wrote:
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1) Wrong, there have been many cultures that don't believe in anthropomorphic deities including ones that worshiped nature like many Pagan religions and many Shamanic religions and even most Buddhists are atheists. There is also a great book by Danial Everitt about how he used to be a missionary who was trying to convert an Amazonian tribe called the Piraha who believed the earth was always the way it is now and they don't believe in any deities. Their mockery of his religion caused him to question his faith and he became an atheist.
2) Gods are created in the image of man, not the other way around. It is an understandable result of human hubris.
I'd rather be wrong than be in Hell.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#143 Mar 17, 2013
real wrote:
<quoted text>
OMG,,, imagine a puddle waking up one morning and thinking!!!
I can imagine what you see when you look in the mirrow, ohh ohh ohh...
What is it [evolution] based upon? Upon nothing whatever but faith, upon belief in the reality of the unseen—belief in the fossils that cannot be produced, belief in the embryological experiments that refuse to come off. It is faith unjustified by works.
Telling someone who believes in God that there are no "facts" to prove there is a God, dosen't make sense because there are no facts to prove there isn't a God. Its just a endless battle of beliefs.
Anything else is mortal speculation.
Anyone who claims to know with absolute certainty that any God either exists or does not exist is a fool. Last time I checked most Atheists say they do not believe in God because there is no proof. Theists on the other hand claim absolute knowledge based on ancient books, stories of miracles that have never been seen, can not be recorded, tested or reviewed. They tend to be the ones who "know" the state of God's existence and also his will and desires. The fact that people take the statement "I do not believe in God because there is no proof" as a declaration of certainty proves they do feel they have proof. I would bet that even Anti-Theist would believe if you could provide actual proof that is not subjective, anticdotal or hearsay.
free

Crossett, AR

#144 Mar 17, 2013
Water to Whine wrote:
<quoted text>
Your "god" "the same yesterday, today, and forever"
Why oh why are sooooooo many christians ashamed and scared of the OT?
Ask a christ-tard about homosexual sex....they will flip to the Old Test faster than a chicken can eat corn!
Ask them about the lineage of jeebus and boy they will flip over to the front of the book!
Ask a christ-tard about gods obvious love for killing and blood and sexism against females, and slavery and they say "oh well thats the god of the old test we aint under that anymore"
How convenient!!!!!!!!!!
I remember when I was scared to think.....Boy I will never be that type of person ever again! Once you are free from religion you can really appreciate life.
Life will be more intense than you have ever experienced.
You people are so foolish and arrogant. You refuse to test your faith, you refuse logic, you think no further than what you hear. Hearing does not make truth.
You never take anything else in life without testing/investigating and comparing....expect when it come to religion and then you take everything that you hear as damn facts!
Why is that?
Free yourself from religion. Don't turn your back to God.
free

Crossett, AR

#145 Mar 17, 2013
Simple Fact 79 wrote:
<quoted text>
Anyone who claims to know with absolute certainty that any God either exists or does not exist is a fool. Last time I checked most Atheists say they do not believe in God because there is no proof. Theists on the other hand claim absolute knowledge based on ancient books, stories of miracles that have never been seen, can not be recorded, tested or reviewed. They tend to be the ones who "know" the state of God's existence and also his will and desires. The fact that people take the statement "I do not believe in God because there is no proof" as a declaration of certainty proves they do feel they have proof. I would bet that even Anti-Theist would believe if you could provide actual proof that is not subjective, anticdotal or hearsay.
Why would anyone choose not to believe Jesus did not die for us or that God did not create us? I'm at the age when this life is about over....my most memorable moments have God intertwined in the events. As I look back, I have always been aware of not being alone. How sad not to know or deny the Holy Ghost.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#146 Mar 17, 2013
free wrote:
<quoted text>Why would anyone choose not to believe Jesus did not die for us or that God did not create us? I'm at the age when this life is about over....my most memorable moments have God intertwined in the events. As I look back, I have always been aware of not being alone. How sad not to know or deny the Holy Ghost.
Simply put, lack of proof to the claim. If I claimed to be the King of Spain would you believe me on my word alone or would you require me to prove it? Facts are only facts when they can be proven. The rest is speculation, no matter how much we might believe it to be true. Was there a mortal man 2000 years ago that taught as a religious leader and was crucified? The jury is still out since there are little to no writing about him that coincide with his time of life. Beyond the Bible, the only sources come years after his death and by people who are recording what they heard. Is there any proof outside of religion that documents the existence of a Holy Spirit? The answer is no. All we have are religious writing written by people who already believe the concept to begin with. That is all it boils down to. The "evidence" is one book of questionable authorship & translation, supported only by those who believe it. Does this book have some historical facts present? Yes, but that alone is not grounds to prove the supernatural claims it also makes.
man

Manchester, KY

#147 Mar 17, 2013
when the desciples saw the works that Jesus did,he said-you see and beleive.but blessed are they that beleive yet do not see.--those that come to God must first beleive that he is,and he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him. events have been recorded all through time and some from personal accounts.if you ask five different people you will get five different stories because some will see things in a different way,but we don't question or make fun of that.why then do people make fun of those that witnessed the events of the bible and blashpheme against God,and call those that do beleive all sorts of names. simply because they themselves refuse to beleive in faith that God is??
dawg

London, KY

#148 Mar 17, 2013
Gone.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#149 Mar 17, 2013
man wrote:
when the desciples saw the works that Jesus did,he said-you see and beleive.but blessed are they that beleive yet do not see.--those that come to God must first beleive that he is,and he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him. events have been recorded all through time and some from personal accounts.if you ask five different people you will get five different stories because some will see things in a different way,but we don't question or make fun of that.why then do people make fun of those that witnessed the events of the bible and blashpheme against God,and call those that do beleive all sorts of names. simply because they themselves refuse to beleive in faith that God is??
The quote you list has nothing to do with Jesus' work. It is from the Book of John and is what Jesus said to Thomas after he appeared to him post resurrection. I would be nice if you could get your own book right.

As for questioning those that witnesses the events in the Bible, that would be very hard since they are 2000+ years dead. As for questioning those who claim to have witnessed events today, well should we just take you on fact that you are telling the truth? Which is more likely, that all the rules that govern our universe are broken for one person or that the person in question is lying or mistaken via ignorance? I do not mock anyone unless they prove themselves to deserve it, by action or attitude. As I have said before, I know and love many people who believe in God, and I was raised in church. But my kids also used to have imaginary friends that they were convinced were 100% real and interactive. The only difference is that they eventually let go of childish ideas, something even the Bible suggests doing. It can't be blasphemy if you don't believe it. Otherwise all people are guilty of blasphemy against some God or another, since there is equal proof for the existence of all Deities.
real

London, KY

#150 Mar 17, 2013
Simple Fact 79 wrote:
<quoted text>
The quote you list has nothing to do with Jesus' work. It is from the Book of John and is what Jesus said to Thomas after he appeared to him post resurrection. I would be nice if you could get your own book right.
As for questioning those that witnesses the events in the Bible, that would be very hard since they are 2000+ years dead. As for questioning those who claim to have witnessed events today, well should we just take you on fact that you are telling the truth? Which is more likely, that all the rules that govern our universe are broken for one person or that the person in question is lying or mistaken via ignorance? I do not mock anyone unless they prove themselves to deserve it, by action or attitude. As I have said before, I know and love many people who believe in God, and I was raised in church. But my kids also used to have imaginary friends that they were convinced were 100% real and interactive. The only difference is that they eventually let go of childish ideas, something even the Bible suggests doing. It can't be blasphemy if you don't believe it. Otherwise all people are guilty of blasphemy against some God or another, since there is equal proof for the existence of all Deities.
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