It is you who refuses to understand. Without christians, you would not be alive today. Many people would be starving without their support. Plus none has ever done you any harm. After Katrina, many christian churches came from afar to offer hot dinners and help for many in lucedale and elsewhere. What did you do besides take advantage of this hospitality?<quoted text>
I don't think you understand the meanings of the words "evidence" and "fact". Folks like you are what make Christians, and fundamentalists in particular, the laughingstock of the nation.
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#21 Oct 19, 2009
#22 Oct 19, 2009
1.To begin with, did you know that the Old Testament prophet Micah, writing circa 700 B.C., out of the hundreds and hundreds of cities in the scores and scores of nations in existence all over the world even in those days, designated Bethlehem of Judea as the birthplace of the Messiah (Micah 5:2)?
2.And that at about the same time, Isaiah (7:14) said that the Christ would be born of a virgin?
3.Or that a prophecy made in 1012 B.C. specified that the Messiah's hands and feet would eventually be pierced--a clear reference to death by crucifixion--800 years before the Romans ever even instituted crucifixion as a form of capital punishment!
4.Malachi 3:1, penned in about 425 B.C., specified that the Messiah would be contemporary with the temple in Jerusalem--a temple that was destroyed in 70 A.D. and has never been rebuilt.
5.Well, if all this impresses you even a little bit, you ought to go compare Zechariah 11:11-13 (written over 500 years before Christ) to Matthew 27:3-10 (written some 25-30 years after Christ). Only coincidence?
6.A number of years ago, Peter W. Stoner and Robert C. Newman wrote a book entitled Science Speaks. The book was based on the science of probability and vouched for by the American Scientific Affiliation. It set out the odds of any one man in all of history fulfilling even only eight of the 60 major prophecies (and 270 ramifications) fulfilled by the life of Christ.
The probability that Jesus of Nazareth could have fulfilled even eight such prophecies would be only 1 in 1017. That's 1 in 100, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000.
Stoner claims that that many silver dollars would be enough to cover the face of the entire state of Texas two feet deep. Now I've been to Texas. I've driven for days to get across Texas. Texas is a very big state. Who in his right mind would suppose that a blindfolded man, heading out of Dallas by foot in any direction, would be able, on his very first attempt, to pick up one specifically marked silver dollar out of 100, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000?
#23 Oct 20, 2009
Nope no blind hatred over here.. Just choose to use my brain from time to time, and not be a mindless sheep..Do i believe in god? Yes!! Do i believe everything in the bible that has been translated, added to, and taken away, by thousands through the years...??? Not entirely.
#24 Jul 14, 2013
Looking back through these old post, I didn't know someone had stolen my name. FYI we are not the same person just to clear that up.
#25 Jul 15, 2013
. Hard to believe how many unbelievers are in lucedale isn't it .
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