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Sally

Ravenswood, WV

#1 Dec 13, 2012
It blows me away the people on here that say they are Christians and say they are praying /or asking for prayers. First this site is nothing but a breeding ground for gossip and slander ( a sin) would Jesus be on here absolutely not ! Isn't hiding behind a fake name and saying whatever about people wrong ? It's ok because you can hide from people here like a coward ( that's what you are doing)) BUT you can't hide from Jesus and you will answer for it someday !!
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Since: Nov 12

Cedar Grove, WV

#3 Dec 13, 2012
WELL, I normally dont address a post like this but the truth is just this.........what I say, DO , IS MY bussiness . WHEN YOU and EVERYONE else stands before THEIR own GOD they believe in, thEy will answer for their own mistakes. When , you or anyone else are POINTING their FINGERS at someone else , makes one wonder ,WHAT is YOUR PAST LIKE and had has been covered up, HUSH its a Secret...............I WILL Not Be Standingg before You as a HUMAN, IT will BE MY JUDGEMENT DAY , OOPS, Everyone will have their own JUDGEMENT DAY so , none will be left out....it makes me gut sick for the noisey, busy ,bodys stiring trouble for idle gossip...this is my opion of TROUBLE MAKERS ........
iknow

Avella, PA

#4 Dec 13, 2012
Jesus would do exactly what everyone else does with Topix -- troll

Cool Hand Clem

“One day at a time”

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#5 Dec 13, 2012
Lets not be blasphemus now!
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“Don't steal my happy”

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Since: Aug 12

Shelbyville, Ky.

#7 Dec 14, 2012
WWCND!!

What would Chuck Noris do? ;D
boing

Charleston, WV

#8 Dec 14, 2012
Jesus would punish the sinners he reads about on topix!
The Duke

Charleston, WV

#9 Dec 14, 2012
WWJWD What would John Wayne do?
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And

Point Pleasant, WV

#11 Dec 15, 2012
They would also hold on to that feelin'!
The Master

Point Pleasant, WV

#12 Dec 15, 2012
Rather than asking What Jesus would do with Topix, why not ask WDJD (What Does Jesus Do) with Topix? The answer is nothing. He allows people free choice. If they choose to go against their conscience, they'll suffer the consequences. It appears to me that the one who posted this topic is less concerned about what Jesus would do with this site and more concerned that people who post on it using aliases won't give their real names. If you're really against this site, why visit it at all?

Since: Nov 12

Cedar Grove, WV

#13 Dec 15, 2012
The Master wrote:
Rather than asking What Jesus would do with Topix, why not ask WDJD (What Does Jesus Do) with Topix? The answer is nothing. He allows people free choice. If they choose to go against their conscience, they'll suffer the consequences. It appears to me that the one who posted this topic is less concerned about what Jesus would do with this site and more concerned that people who post on it using aliases won't give their real names. If you're really against this site, why visit it at all?
THANK You, very well Spoken, Master.
Duke

Charleston, WV

#14 Dec 15, 2012
BongHitsForJesus wrote:
What Would Journey Do?
they wouldn't stop believing!
They'd take the long way home.
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FDG

“Have facts, will travel!”

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Since: Feb 08

The Big Town!

#17 Dec 16, 2012
Cool Hand Clem wrote:
Lets not be blasphemus now!
The Earth moves around the Sun. Women have human rights. It's not okay to own people. Blacks are just as much a person as you and I. There is no god.

"All great truths begin as blasphemies."
--George Bernard Shaw
The Master

Point Pleasant, WV

#18 Dec 16, 2012
FDG wrote:
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The Earth moves around the Sun. Women have human rights. It's not okay to own people. Blacks are just as much a person as you and I. There is no god.
"All great truths begin as blasphemies."
--George Bernard Shaw
I presume you are attempting to attack the Bible. You haven't the first idea what you are sputtering about. You need to do research to find out what "slavery" really was in ancient Israel. To understand how women were considered equal to men, try reading about the subject in context--not just a verse here and there. Lastly, in Biblical times, people were well aware that the earth moved around the sun and not vice versa--the Bible uses figurative language as well as standard prose. You should know the facts about something before you even think of condemning it.

FDG

“Have facts, will travel!”

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Since: Feb 08

The Big Town!

#19 Dec 16, 2012
The Master wrote:
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I presume you are attempting to attack the Bible. You haven't the first idea what you are sputtering about. You need to do research to find out what "slavery" really was in ancient Israel. To understand how women were considered equal to men, try reading about the subject in context--not just a verse here and there. Lastly, in Biblical times, people were well aware that the earth moved around the sun and not vice versa--the Bible uses figurative language as well as standard prose. You should know the facts about something before you even think of condemning it.
I'm not attacking your Bible; I am attacking it's validity.

These words and ideals come directly from the fictional piece of literature you call the Bible. I didn't make it up. You can apologize for it and try to rationalize it all you wish, but no matter what translated and rewritten version you subscribe to, it's all there, IN CONTEXT. What else would you expect from the minds of bronze age goat herders? I assure you, I understand your Bible quite well, and all of the things I mentioned above at one time or another in our history were referred to as blasphemous towards the biblical philosophy and all but the last has been proven to be wrong and/or immoral. It won't be long until the last comes to fruition as well.
The Master

Point Pleasant, WV

#20 Dec 16, 2012
FDG wrote:
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I'm not attacking your Bible; I am attacking it's validity.
These words and ideals come directly from the fictional piece of literature you call the Bible. I didn't make it up. You can apologize for it and try to rationalize it all you wish, but no matter what translated and rewritten version you subscribe to, it's all there, IN CONTEXT. What else would you expect from the minds of bronze age goat herders? I assure you, I understand your Bible quite well, and all of the things I mentioned above at one time or another in our history were referred to as blasphemous towards the biblical philosophy and all but the last has been proven to be wrong and/or immoral. It won't be long until the last comes to fruition as well.
It's clear you understand very little of the Bible. First of all, if you attack its validity, then you attack the Bible. And speaking of its validity, throughout the past and on to today, history has backed up the Bible. In fact, there has never been a single archaeological finding that disputes the bible. and many, many which have proven it. Secondly, you speak of proof--give it. Lastly, to use wrong acts of people who punished others for stating what they disagreed with as proof of the Bible's error[s] and/or immorality is juvinile at best.
Ned Ryerson

Syracuse, OH

#21 Dec 16, 2012
Six hundred years ago, arguing the heliocentric nature of our solar system got Galileo put under house arrest by the church, but nowadays it's just prose and creative writing.

Dear The Master,

Is the bible literal or allegorical?

I know you hate to answer my questions, but just try this one, pretty please.

FDG

“Have facts, will travel!”

Level 7

Since: Feb 08

The Big Town!

#22 Dec 17, 2012
The Master wrote:
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It's clear you understand very little of the Bible. First of all, if you attack its validity, then you attack the Bible. And speaking of its validity, throughout the past and on to today, history has backed up the Bible. In fact, there has never been a single archaeological finding that disputes the bible. and many, many which have proven it. Secondly, you speak of proof--give it. Lastly, to use wrong acts of people who punished others for stating what they disagreed with as proof of the Bible's error[s] and/or immorality is juvinile at best.
The only thing that is clearly painful here is you sticking your head in the sand and ignoring facts. History in no way backs the bible. MANY archaeological finds dispute the bible, including that of fossils of dinosaurs and primitive man. You can't fight Science. You will lose.
I do speak of proof and I have given it. Now it is your turn to do just that. Extraordinary claims requires extraordinary proof. You are the one making the claim, so therefore the burden of proof lies upon you.

Stating facts is never juvenile, no matter how much it hurts. VAST groups of people committing those acts in the name of your chosen god based on the teachings of your bible. That can't and won't be disputed. It is clear you don't understand Science OR History. So, stick to your bible and leave the real world to those who grasp it.

FDG

“Have facts, will travel!”

Level 7

Since: Feb 08

The Big Town!

#23 Dec 17, 2012
Ned Ryerson wrote:
Six hundred years ago, arguing the heliocentric nature of our solar system got Galileo put under house arrest by the church, but nowadays it's just prose and creative writing.
Dear The Master,
Is the bible literal or allegorical?
I know you hate to answer my questions, but just try this one, pretty please.
Not according Master. No one ever did such a thing. Nothing bad has ever came from the bible. Pfft./sarcasm
The Master

Point Pleasant, WV

#24 Dec 17, 2012
Ned Ryerson wrote:
Six hundred years ago, arguing the heliocentric nature of our solar system got Galileo put under house arrest by the church, but nowadays it's just prose and creative writing.
Dear The Master,
Is the bible literal or allegorical?
I know you hate to answer my questions, but just try this one, pretty please.
Surely you're not actually trying to blame the Bible on the acts of the Roman Inquisition and Catholic Church. That's like blaming J.D. Salinger's "Catcher in the Rye" for the violent acts of John Hinckley and Mark David Chapman. As for your question, the Bible is comprised of historical and prophetic writing, epistles, parables, and poetry. It contains both literal and allegorical writing. For example, Jesus' parables can be read as allegorical and symbolic, but they convey very literal truths. To interpret the entire Bible as allegorical is a huge mistake. And to think that one can gain a real understanding of God's word without being born again if folly. One cannot see if one is blind.

Cool Hand Clem

“One day at a time”

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Since: Oct 12

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#25 Dec 17, 2012
quite litteral.

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