Christianity is a Egyptian Myth

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#66 May 6, 2013
"It's my choice not free will to believe whatever I wish, you choose whatever you wish"

Your god either controls your heart or it doesn't. Make up your mind.
truth wrote:
<quoted text>What free will? Talking with you is like, l;ike talking to a rock with a mouth but no ears, kinda like a wall. It's my choice not free will to believe whatever I wish, you choose whatever you wish, you'll always be a pollyanna. Just remember no one, not even you is completely useless, you can always be used as a bad example for the rest of us.
Bravo

London, KY

#67 May 7, 2013
truth wrote:
<quoted text>You win, last night I was able to continuously throw legos at random in the air and created a dinosaur. You can read it in the lame stream.
No,you win. You showed the foolishness in atheism. Wow!
truth

Somerset, KY

#68 May 7, 2013
Anti-theist wrote:
"It's my choice not free will to believe whatever I wish, you choose whatever you wish"
Your god either controls your heart or it doesn't. Make up your mind.
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I'll take "Stupid is ~ as stupid does" for 500, Alex..
truth

Somerset, KY

#69 May 7, 2013
Bravo wrote:
<quoted text>No,you win. You showed the foolishness in atheism. Wow!
A huge thumbs up for you.
Follower of SuckUp

London, KY

#70 May 7, 2013
Fact is, few; if any, thing(s) can be proven. Faith in something non-provable is what makes it all worthwhile.

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#71 May 7, 2013
I doubt you'll be able to answer any of the questions, even in that catagory.
truth wrote:
<quoted text>I'll take "Stupid is ~ as stupid does" for 500, Alex..

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#72 May 7, 2013
There is nothing worthwhile about holding beliefs for no good reason.
Follower of SuckUp wrote:
Fact is, few; if any, thing(s) can be proven. Faith in something non-provable is what makes it all worthwhile.
truth

Somerset, KY

#73 May 7, 2013
Anti-theist wrote:
I doubt you'll be able to answer any of the questions, even in that catagory.
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No one is perfect, and we have all made poor choices at some time or another in this life, but its still your choice sucker.
2 cents worth

Henderson, NV

#74 May 7, 2013
Anyone would have to be terribly blind not to see the events in the KJV as they are beginning in the last stages.
The Bible says in the last days, Sons will rise against Fathers.
Fathers against sons. Mothers against daughters,
Daughters against mothers. etc.

When your relatives take the microchip mark of beast, they will rat you out to the government and/or where you may be hiding. If you want to stay a Christian, and go to Heaven, you will not take the mark and doom your soul to hell.

You very own children may lay your head on the chopping block. Rev 13.

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#75 May 7, 2013
2 cents worth wrote:
Anyone would have to be terribly blind not to see the events in the KJV as they are beginning in the last stages.
The Bible says in the last days, Sons will rise against Fathers.
Fathers against sons. Mothers against daughters,
Daughters against mothers. etc.
When your relatives take the microchip mark of beast, they will rat you out to the government and/or where you may be hiding. If you want to stay a Christian, and go to Heaven, you will not take the mark and doom your soul to hell.
You very own children may lay your head on the chopping block. Rev 13.
When this nonsense doesn't happen what then? Christians have set the clock due to their "generation of the founding of Israel". Most apologists seem to set the bar around 70 years. We are about a week away from year 65. So my question, still unanswered is this, when the time is up and everything is still spinning like normal what will you have to say? People have been claiming the End of Days for 2000 years. We are still here.
welp

Kansas City, MO

#76 May 7, 2013
Simple Fact 79 wrote:
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When this nonsense doesn't happen what then? Christians have set the clock due to their "generation of the founding of Israel". Most apologists seem to set the bar around 70 years. We are about a week away from year 65. So my question, still unanswered is this, when the time is up and everything is still spinning like normal what will you have to say? People have been claiming the End of Days for 2000 years. We are still here.
i guess if it dont happen it will prove your cause is not worth dying for.
your kind will be doing the killing. killing the christians for making a stand.

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#77 May 7, 2013
welp wrote:
<quoted text>i guess if it dont happen it will prove your cause is not worth dying for.
your kind will be doing the killing. killing the christians for making a stand.
That makes absolutely no sense at all. First I have no clue what "my kind" is. I assume you mean Atheists, which I am not. Second, I have no plans to kill anyone that doesn't try to harm me first. Lastly, if the Christian "second coming" doesn't happen then that likely means that no one will be lining Christians up for slaughter so your "prove your cause isn't worth dying for" is pointless. There is no cause. It is all in your head. A make believe war on your delusions that is spoon-fed to you with a side order of Hellfire. When was the last time a Christian was martyred in this country or any other civilized land? And don't tell me about Islamic nations. They kill their own people just for having different denominations.
free

London, KY

#78 May 7, 2013
Simple Fact 79 wrote:
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When this nonsense doesn't happen what then? Christians have set the clock due to their "generation of the founding of Israel". Most apologists seem to set the bar around 70 years. We are about a week away from year 65. So my question, still unanswered is this, when the time is up and everything is still spinning like normal what will you have to say? People have been claiming the End of Days for 2000 years. We are still here.
Won't be long until we find out.
Israel's actions toward Syria show the doomsday clock is about to go off. Whatever happens in that area affects all of us. Israel says Iran will have their nuke ready in June. God says, he will intervene when Iran attacks. So, Simple....you will have your answer.
Oh geez

Calvert City, KY

#79 May 7, 2013
free wrote:
<quoted text>Won't be long until we find out.
Israel's actions toward Syria show the doomsday clock is about to go off. Whatever happens in that area affects all of us. Israel says Iran will have their nuke ready in June. God says, he will intervene when Iran attacks. So, Simple....you will have your answer.
So why not just stop RELIGION? Is it not the VERY root cause of ALL this current and past crap!!!!!

YES! No one hates like the religious....they do it best!
free

London, KY

#80 May 7, 2013
Oh geez wrote:
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So why not just stop RELIGION? Is it not the VERY root cause of ALL this current and past crap!!!!!
YES! No one hates like the religious....they do it best!
Religion is Satan's creation.

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#81 May 8, 2013
free wrote:
<quoted text>Won't be long until we find out.
Israel's actions toward Syria show the doomsday clock is about to go off. Whatever happens in that area affects all of us. Israel says Iran will have their nuke ready in June. God says, he will intervene when Iran attacks. So, Simple....you will have your answer.
Actually I won't have my answer. My question was this: What is going to be the excuse from Christians when none of it happens like you are claiming? No man in the clouds, no taking of the "saved", no 4 horseman, none of it. That is my question. What will the excuse when the generation of Israel's return passes without the return. Can you answer it or will I once again be told the equivalent of "hide and watch"?
free

East Bernstadt, KY

#82 May 8, 2013
Simple Fact 79 wrote:
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Actually I won't have my answer. My question was this: What is going to be the excuse from Christians when none of it happens like you are claiming? No man in the clouds, no taking of the "saved", no 4 horseman, none of it. That is my question. What will the excuse when the generation of Israel's return passes without the return. Can you answer it or will I once again be told the equivalent of "hide and watch"?
I can't answer that because I believe with all my heart that He will not let us down. He never has. I can say this; this world is going downhill faster everyday and there isn't much future left. Iran and it's allies are not imaginary. Even you can't deny that and The Bible foretold it 4000 years ago along with Israel's establishment which DID happen. The Bible also says, there would be scoffers, and there is. I truly hope you accept His Word as fact before it is too late.

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#83 May 8, 2013
free wrote:
<quoted text>I can't answer that because I believe with all my heart that He will not let us down. He never has. I can say this; this world is going downhill faster everyday and there isn't much future left. Iran and it's allies are not imaginary. Even you can't deny that and The Bible foretold it 4000 years ago along with Israel's establishment which DID happen. The Bible also says, there would be scoffers, and there is. I truly hope you accept His Word as fact before it is too late.
Predicting something has to be more than "Israel will rise again one day" or "A faithful man will claim a land and call it Israel". That is a command not a prophecy. Same for saying that land will have enemies that seek their destruction. Guess what, humans have been killing each other shortly after we met the first other group like us. Not a hard stretch to say that. Prophecy would be to say that "In the year 2200 a man named Sully the Wise, who shall have 3 eyes and webbed feet, will unite the world in a love for noodles just after the coming of an ice cream tidal wave". That is a specific prediction about the future that will either happen or not happen. Biblical "prophecy" is nothing more than an ancient con job and has about as much power as the Cubs "Goat Curse".

Please show me a single "prophecy" that is both specific in timing and can not be influenced by man to occur.
truth

Mount Vernon, KY

#84 May 8, 2013
A prophecy in Ezekiel 26:1-6 reads, "... the word of the LORD came unto me, saying... Behold, I am against thee, O Tyrus, and will cause many nations to come up against thee... And they shall destroy the walls of Tyrus, and break down her towers: I will also scrape her dust from her, and make her like the top of a rock. It shall be a place for the spreading of nets in the midst of the sea: for I have spoken it, saith the Lord GOD... "

Three years later, Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon surrounded Tyrus. But before he came, the people of Tyre escaped to an island, a half-mile offshore. After thirteen years of siege, the Babylonians "broke down her walls" and "broke down her towers", destroying the city on the mainland. By that time, the escaped people had re-built the city of Tyre on the island. And because Nebuchadnezzar had no navy, the city on the island remained untouched. Even though Nebuchadnezzar, destroyed the city, he didn't fulfill Ezekiel's prophecy. But 250 years later, Alexander the Great took the rubble Nebuchadnezzar's destruction left, and they "scraped her dust", the wood, rock and stubble from the destroyed city, and they built a causeway, like "the top of a rock". They marched on the rubble-causeway, into the island and destroyed it. And if you travel to site of old Tyre today - you'll see fisherman "spreading their nets" to dry on what was Tyre! Exactly, as Ezekiel prophesied around 586 B.C.! Over 2500 years before it happened!

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#85 May 8, 2013
truth wrote:
A prophecy in Ezekiel 26:1-6 reads, "... the word of the LORD came unto me, saying... Behold, I am against thee, O Tyrus, and will cause many nations to come up against thee... And they shall destroy the walls of Tyrus, and break down her towers: I will also scrape her dust from her, and make her like the top of a rock. It shall be a place for the spreading of nets in the midst of the sea: for I have spoken it, saith the Lord GOD... "
Three years later, Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon surrounded Tyrus. But before he came, the people of Tyre escaped to an island, a half-mile offshore. After thirteen years of siege, the Babylonians "broke down her walls" and "broke down her towers", destroying the city on the mainland. By that time, the escaped people had re-built the city of Tyre on the island. And because Nebuchadnezzar had no navy, the city on the island remained untouched. Even though Nebuchadnezzar, destroyed the city, he didn't fulfill Ezekiel's prophecy. But 250 years later, Alexander the Great took the rubble Nebuchadnezzar's destruction left, and they "scraped her dust", the wood, rock and stubble from the destroyed city, and they built a causeway, like "the top of a rock". They marched on the rubble-causeway, into the island and destroyed it. And if you travel to site of old Tyre today - you'll see fisherman "spreading their nets" to dry on what was Tyre! Exactly, as Ezekiel prophesied around 586 B.C.! Over 2500 years before it happened!
How about you include the rest of that chapter, start with versus 7 where the prophet strictly states Nebuchadnezzer will do the destroying, which he failed to do. In fact it say:

For thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, I will bring upon Tyrus Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon, a king of kings, from the north, with horses, and with chariots, and with horsemen, and companies, and much people. He shall slay with the sword thy daughters in the field: and he shall make a fort against thee, and cast a mount against thee, and lift up the buckler against thee. And he shall set engines of war against thy walls, and with his axes he shall break down thy towers. By reason of the abundance of his horses their dust shall cover thee: thy walls shall shake at the noise of the horsemen, and of the wheels, and of the chariots, when he shall enter into thy gates, as men enter into a city wherein is made a breach. With the hoofs of his horses shall he tread down all thy streets: he shall slay thy people by the sword, and thy strong garrisons shall go down to the ground. And they shall make a spoil of thy riches, and make a prey of thy merchandise: and they shall break down thy walls, and destroy thy pleasant houses: and they shall lay thy stones and thy timber and thy dust in the midst of the water. And I will cause the noise of thy songs to cease; and the sound of thy harps shall be no more heard. And I will make thee like the top of a rock: thou shalt be a place to spread nets upon; thou shalt be built no more: for I the LORD have spoken it, saith the Lord GOD.

Try to include all info next time. Cherry picking the parts that suit your case only make you look silly when the rest is brought to light.

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