Bible study rules for public schools ...

Bible study rules for public schools proposed

There are 148165 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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Since: Sep 13

United States of America

#120022 Dec 30, 2013
Curious wrote:
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Moses had reason to be shaking. He wasn't alive yet.
LOL.......You better stop ingesting acid tablets. look what it's done to Kraktu and Q
I guess you missed the post where I said that was a typo..... I meant to type Abraham

I notice that you failed to acknowledge the points I made, just went for your typical blather of trying to insult.

As usual you post comments w/out proof, perhaps it's you who is on a permanent acid trip.
Your post of pure nonsense fits the bill perfectly.
Curious

Winter Garden, FL

#120026 Dec 30, 2013
Khatru wrote:
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Not being alive never stopped Moses.
After all, he's credited with writing books after he died.
Hehehe

You are not alive ,you are not dead , you never existed .
You are a figment of the imagination of some insane malcontent....LOL

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#120032 Dec 30, 2013
Curious wrote:
One Solitary Life
He was born in an obscure village
The child of a peasant woman
He grew up in another obscure village
Where he worked in a carpenter shop
Until he was thirty
He never wrote a book
He never held an office
He never went to college
He never visited a big city
He never travelled more than two hundred miles
From the place where he was born
He did none of the things
Usually associated with greatness
He had no credentials but himself
He was only thirty three
His friends ran away
One of them denied him
He was turned over to his enemies
And went through the mockery of a trial
He was nailed to a cross between two thieves
While dying, his executioners gambled for his clothing
The only property he had on earth
When he was dead
He was laid in a borrowed grave
Through the pity of a friend
Nineteen centuries have come and gone
And today Jesus is the central figure of the human race
And the leader of mankind's progress
All the armies that have ever marched
All the navies that have ever sailed
All the parliaments that have ever sat
All the kings that ever reigned put together
Have not affected the life of mankind on earth
As powerfully as that one solitary life
And this shows a difference between unicorns and Jesus. None of what you said means the Jesus is god, or the son of god.
I see your criteria is a popularity contest as is with "known fact". Popular does not make right.

Since: Dec 11

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#120033 Dec 30, 2013
SevenT wrote:
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No that is why he sent his Son to die and pay the sin debt for all Humanity.
God is Holy
To be blunt: that doesn't make any sense.

"Sin debt" is a purely fabricated concept. God could wish it out of existence the same way he wished it into existence. The same is true of Hell. Only a sick, sadistic deity would create it in the first place.

Since: Dec 11

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#120034 Dec 30, 2013
SevenT wrote:
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I told you that is a stupid question. Read Exodus 20 the 10 Commandments
Thou shall not murder.
It wasn't a stupid question. God regularly commands -and commits- murder in the Old Testament.
Curious

Winter Garden, FL

#120035 Dec 30, 2013
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Their are no real problems with unicorn believers.God believers on the other hand are demanding the known sciences of the day to be removed from schools,insist the bible be taught on the government dime, and some even fly planes into buildings. Now if unicorn believers start doing these harmful things to society, I will speak more on that topic.
I have explained this many times to you, yet you still do not compute.
Well , it is true. You have posted that same excuse on numerous occassions , I didn't buy it then and i'm not buying it now.
And I'll tell you why.
You have been posting the same nonsensicam arguments long before I got here , probably right after this thread opened up.
What have you accomplished ? Nothing , by your own admission , you do not believe that you have deconverted anyone , therefore ,it is highly unlikely that you have changed anyone's mind , regarding their stance on whether Bible studies should be permitted in public Schools in Kentucky.
Of those who post on this thread , which are few in numbers , many don't even live in Kentucky.
So , why do you keep on posting? What are you accomplishing?
By any standard ,you have failed in your objectives , not only you,but also the other Atheists who post here.
You waste a large part of each day in accomplishing nothing. That makes no sense.
I believe there is another motive , which I have not hesitated to express in the past and which I expressesd in the post to which you responded.
Deep down in their subconsciousness, many Atheists have serious doubts about their unbelief.
That would explain why many attend religious services on a regular basis , that would explain why 10% of Atheists claim to believe in a God , 8% believe in a heaven and why Atheists are organizing churches based on Christian tradition.
You can deny it , in the same manner that Atheists deny the problem of Suicide and depression that afflicts their community ,Nevertheless , denial of the facts does not invalidate the truth contained therein.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#120036 Dec 30, 2013
SevenT wrote:
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You claim to be an Atheist therefore you claim all are Wrong. That is an arrogant claim
I think all religions are wrong, just as you think I am wrong and all others are wrong that are not like yourself. How is this different?

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#120040 Dec 30, 2013
SevenT wrote:
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The wages of sin are death.
Repeating an arbitrary rule doesn't make it any less arbitrary. Or less ridiculous and cruel.

You wear the color yellow, you go to jail for 10 years.
Why?
The wage of yellow is imprisonment.

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#120041 Dec 30, 2013
SevenT wrote:
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Atheism is a religion too, do you think Atheism is also wrong?
Atheism is not a religion.

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#120042 Dec 30, 2013
SevenT wrote:
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Acts of war are not Murder.
You can make a good case for aggressive warfare being murder.

But in any case, God commanded the Israelites to kill even non-combatant women and children after battles had been won. That's not war; it's murder.

God also killed all the innocent first born children of Egypt. That was not war either.

Let the excuses fly.

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#120048 Dec 30, 2013
SevenT wrote:
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Yes to purify the land.....
Ah, do you believe anyone who doesn't practice your religion in America should be murdered to purify the land?

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#120049 Dec 30, 2013
SevenT wrote:
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In Atheism there is ultimately no foundation for morality
Atheism is not a religion; it's not supposed to provide a foundation for morality.

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#120050 Dec 30, 2013
SevenT wrote:
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Romans 6:23
For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.
We are all sinners, we are all going to die because of sin, God has provided a way
Provided a way to get around the trap he created?

If a mugger comes up to you and says he won't shoot you if you kiss his feet, should you be appreciative that he "provided a way" to not get shot.

Since: Sep 13

United States of America

#120052 Dec 30, 2013
tempted by satin. hum

I prefer the satin made into teddies that my wife wears
SistaNoneYa

London, KY

#120053 Dec 30, 2013
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>No one worshipped these people. I see you cannot understand how to spot myth compared to actual history.
It does not really matter if the characters were real or not. What matters is the fact people believe the fabricated tales about them that are clearly lies. If someone tells of Washington parting a sea, do you just believe them?
If he built some sort of damn, or bridge, I would.

And to HELL you say no one worshipped the likes of Seti..Ramses etc. How could you even utter such a stupid comment-did you miss some of the seven wonders of the world aka the Pyramids or such that is foundthe Valley of the Kings? Gaw...you ...you..dolts sometimes!

(and some might debate that the tree that George Washington chopped really was NOT a cherry tree!!)

Since: Sep 13

United States of America

#120054 Dec 30, 2013
Oh and those high heels with those little puffy feathers she wears with the teddy.... now that is quite tempting

Since: Sep 13

United States of America

#120055 Dec 30, 2013
Yabba Dabba Doooooo!
SistaNoneYa

London, KY

#120056 Dec 30, 2013
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Is some atheist claiming we are "on the same footing as cockroaches"? Or is this what you feel is the case if we are both just a product of evolution?
You feel we are both a product of god, so does that not put us on the same footing in the same sense? Not that I feel we are on the same footing at all.
If you chose not to believe we are related to apes, fine, but it sure looks as if we are. Going by the DNA alone shows we are related. Just as DNA can show who your brother and sisters are, DNA can show what other species are related. Either that, or god is trying to fool us into believing in evolution by making the DNA follow this pattern.
Some-like yourself may be descendents of apes...while others obviously evolved WELL before apes ever grew ape arms..
And why aren't ALL apes evolved into humans? Do you believe everything some british, long browed, cousin marrying, botonist studying apeman looking thing writes?

http://i168.photobucket.com/albums/u187/stann...

Stupid ape man.

Since: Sep 13

United States of America

#120057 Dec 30, 2013
SevenT wrote:
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In Atheism there is ultimately no foundation for morality
So your argument is atheist, agnostic, or non believers cannot possess morals?

Do you really believe this? If so, You're an Idiot

Since: Dec 11

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#120058 Dec 30, 2013
SevenT wrote:
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OK smart guy. First of all Jesus said he was the Messiah. He rose from the dead. What do you think happened to Jesus body?
It decomposed in some grave.

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