Flesh Eating Buzzard

Dallas, TX

#21 Nov 14, 2012
Oh what man of you,whom his son asked for bread,will you give him a rock?or if he ask for a fish,would you give him a snake?If you being evil,know how to do good for your children.How much more shall the father in heaven do for them that ask him.Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you,do ye even to them.
SCG

Dallas, TX

#22 Nov 14, 2012
Buzzard,you are telling the truth.And without I am badly mistaken.It was ohyea that came on here and said something about religious bs.It wasn't anyone went to Ohyea and caused that.How ever you tell me Ohyea,I may be wrong.
common sense

Weiner, AR

#23 Nov 14, 2012
so.much.stupid.it.hurts
Flesh Eating Buzzard

Garland, TX

#24 Nov 14, 2012
Away from me devil,you do not have the ways of God in your common horse sence.Maybe you should ask God for the common sence of a mouse,or even better,the common sence of a buzzard.
They

Blytheville, AR

#25 Nov 15, 2012
ohyea wrote:
You think I am pocessed by demons and want me to be thrown into a lake of fire just because I don't share your religeous beliefs? Sounds like you are the definition of a terrorist to me. People like YOU are why I made the comment that I would like to keep my children inside and not let them out in the world. I would hate for them to run into a person like you. Just becuase I am too smart to believe in a god does not mean that I don't have morals. There is an obvious difference between right and wrong no matter if you believe in a god or not. I am without a doubt a far better person than you in every way. Me and my children do not need a god or a book full of fairy tales to tell us what is right and wrong. We are not weak like you. Maybe someday you will learn enough about the world around you to give up on these ridiculous notions of a god in the sky.
Let me ask you something for the sake of your children. You ever look up at the night sky and wonder whats out there? Don't say that you never have because we've all done it. Sure, you can chalk our entire existence up to the strategic placement of a single celled organism, or "evolution" as most call it. But where did that cell come from? Who put it there at such the perfect timing that our entire civilization was able to perfectly evolve from it.
It didn't just magically appear. Something created us, and for a reason. Get your head out of the sand and open your eyes. For all you know, we're just a lab experiment... being tested. Observed. Graded if you will. Its no secret that we live in a divided world. Christian's and non believers. You call us stupid, ignorant, dangerous. But what's more stupid: Believing that a higher power created man kind for a purpose, setting out a book of instructions for us to follow so that one day, when that higher power returns, we will go with him?... Or believing that we simply appeared out of thin air, with no one and nothing behind it and nothing to prepare for? Just because you haven't seen God, doesn't mean he doesn't exist. You know that you were born from your mother right? How do you know? Do you remember?... No, You didn't see it for yourself, you can't remember.. you just trust that what everyone around you is saying is the truth. Think back to your very first memory..I bet you can't even do that. The things people refuse to see around them, never fails to amaze me. I hope for the sake of your children, you forget what you think you know, and learn to be teachable.
iGIVEup

Blytheville, AR

#26 Nov 15, 2012
You are the one that needs to forget what you think you know and learn to be teachable. Scientific tests can prove that I came from my mother, but science makes no mention of a god. I know it is sad for you to think that all of the religeous beliefs that have been shoved down your throat your whole life are bullshit but it's true. If you will simply pick up a science book from any high school in the country it will give you most of the answers to how the universe came to be. Of course all of the answers are not there because we are still learning but we are way past the point of realizing that we were not created by a god. If you still want to argue with a science book then you are just refusing to be honest with yourself.
They

Blytheville, AR

#27 Nov 15, 2012
iGIVEup wrote:
You are the one that needs to forget what you think you know and learn to be teachable. Scientific tests can prove that I came from my mother, but science makes no mention of a god. I know it is sad for you to think that all of the religious beliefs that have been shoved down your throat your whole life are bullshit but it's true. If you will simply pick up a science book from any high school in the country it will give you most of the answers to how the universe came to be. Of course all of the answers are not there because we are still learning but we are way past the point of realizing that we were not created by a god. If you still want to argue with a science book then you are just refusing to be honest with yourself.
In high school, in that science book you're solely relying on, it teaches a theory that the universe came to be via a large super solar explosion. A theory, known as the "Big Bang" theory. But what does it say about how our galaxy came to be? or the other estimated BILLIONS of Galaxys that have been confirmed? How Science is your savior is beyond me. How about you be honest with yourself for a second: Who created the super star that "banged" out this universe? No matter what nifty, scientific explanation you wanna give, it always and I mean ALWAYS comes back to the same, little question:Who created it and WHY. It is people like you who are dangerous. People like you who accept the "scientific" explanations because its easier to believe. Because it gives you a sense of security. People like you who never care to question the world around you or your connections with the people in it. You honestly think you're here by accident? Because judging from your responses, thats exactly what you're saying and if that is true then THAT means you're just the product of millions of years of "evolution" with no real purpose in life but to LIVE. No destiny. Nothing you we're meant to do.

That science book, you're "bible" that you're so confident in, answers one question then raises 1,000 more. That science book hasn't even begun to scratch the surface of whats really in that sky you obviously ignore.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#28 Nov 15, 2012
They wrote:
<quoted text>
In high school, in that science book you're solely relying on, it teaches a theory that the universe came to be via a large super solar explosion. A theory, known as the "Big Bang" theory. But what does it say about how our galaxy came to be? or the other estimated BILLIONS of Galaxys that have been confirmed?
It says that matter cooled and collected via gravity, forming galaxies, stars, and solar systems.
They wrote:
How Science is your savior is beyond me.
Who said it's a savior? Science is the single best method we have of determining what is true about the universe.
They wrote:
How about you be honest with yourself for a second: Who created the super star that "banged" out this universe?
There's no evidence anyone created it.
They wrote:
No matter what nifty, scientific explanation you wanna give, it always and I mean ALWAYS comes back to the same, little question:Who created it and WHY.
It doesn't come back to those questions. The first is begging the question and the second doesn't even apply most of the time.
They wrote:
It is people like you who are dangerous. People like you who accept the "scientific" explanations because its easier to believe. Because it gives you a sense of security.
This is amazingly backwards. People accept scientific explanations because science is a proven method that works and has produced new knowledge again and again.

"Easy to believe" and "provides security" are hallmarks of RELIGION, not science.
They wrote:
People like you who never care to question the world around you or your connections with the people in it. You honestly think you're here by accident?
No, my parents wanted a child.
They wrote:
Because judging from your responses, thats exactly what you're saying and if that is true then THAT means you're just the product of millions of years of "evolution" with no real purpose in life but to LIVE. No destiny. Nothing you we're meant to do.
In other words, science provides no psychological comfort, while your religion does by telling you all the things you want to hear. You just proved your own point wrong.
They

Blytheville, AR

#29 Nov 15, 2012
My point is, SOMEONE or SOMETHING created this little slice of paradise. Whether or not you want to call him "God" is up to you. For all you know, this entire universe and everything in existence is nothing but a marble in a game of jacks being tossed around by the true creators. You can't even begin to wrap your simple little mind around how far this rabbit hole actually goes. Science will never find the answer to why we're all here because they're looking in the wrong place. You refuse to believe in God, but he still believes in you. Not recognizing a higher power is just reckless. It seems to be in our genetic structure to revolt against any authority. To go our own way, find our own answers rather than accept the ones given to us as the truth. Think back to the earliest civilizations... Summarions, Myans, Huns, Egyptians, Romans, what do they all have in common?: They all recognized a GOD or two..and no where in your science book does it explain why. Do you ever wonder what gave these early civilizations the idea that there was indeed a God? All scattered around the world, existing at different times, different cultures but still had one thing in common, they knew about GOD. You think they all just coincidentally made it all up because they were bored? I know my mamma told me about God because her mother told her but.. who told the Summerians about God? I guess, maybe I need to read through my science book a little more and find an answer...
They

Blytheville, AR

#30 Nov 15, 2012
The_Box wrote:
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It says that matter cooled and collected via gravity, forming galaxies, stars, and solar systems.

Where did this matter come from?

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Who said it's a savior? Science is the single best method we have of determining what is true about the universe.

True being a matter of opinion. 200 years ago science proved the earth was flat until this one guy decided to go on a little trip...

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There's no evidence anyone created it.

So no one created. It just appeared. All by itself.
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It doesn't come back to those questions. The first is begging the question and the second doesn't even apply most of the time.
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I believe "There's no evidence anyone created it" raises the question..WHERE DID IT COME FROM. WHO CREATED IT...and the really crazy people ask WHY it was created.
This is amazingly backwards. People accept scientific explanations because science is a proven method that works and has produced new knowledge again and again.

People accept science because its easier to believe that guy who went to school for a long time than to have faith about something they've never seen.

"Easy to believe" and "provides security" are hallmarks of RELIGION, not science.

Science is a religion my friend.
<quoted text>
No, my parents wanted a child.

and they got an idiot.

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In other words, science provides no psychological comfort, while your religion does by telling you all the things you want to hear. You just proved your own point wrong.
You don't think science tells you what you want to hear? People don't want to hear about a God who will soon judge them for their actions on this earth. They don't want to hear about the rapture, hell or the "spiritual war" that will take place. No, they want to hear that they can live however they please, that there is no such thing as "Judgment Day". That the devil isn't real, and there is nothing to be feared from him or "God" because we all have monkey's for uncles. Whatever way you want to spin it...Science has just as much psychological comfort as religion. If not more. Question is, which is false comfort, and which is the truth.
They

Blytheville, AR

#31 Nov 15, 2012
The_Box wrote:
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It says that matter cooled and collected via gravity, forming galaxies, stars, and solar systems.
<quoted text>
Who said it's a savior? Science is the single best method we have of determining what is true about the universe.
<quoted text>
There's no evidence anyone created it.
<quoted text>
It doesn't come back to those questions. The first is begging the question and the second doesn't even apply most of the time.
<quoted text>
This is amazingly backwards. People accept scientific explanations because science is a proven method that works and has produced new knowledge again and again.
"Easy to believe" and "provides security" are hallmarks of RELIGION, not science.
<quoted text>
No, my parents wanted a child.
<quoted text>
In other words, science provides no psychological comfort, while your religion does by telling you all the things you want to hear. You just proved your own point wrong.
"It says that matter cooled and collected via gravity, forming galaxies, stars, and solar systems."

Where did the Matter come from?

"Who said it's a savior? Science is the single best method we have of determining what is true about the universe."

What is true would be a matter of opinion. 200 years ago, scientists "proved" the Earth was flat..then this one guy went on a little trip

"There's no evidence anyone created it"

Interesting. No evidence so lets just not question it because there's no evidence? Ever think there's no evidence because Science can't explain it? Which still leaves the question, WHO created it? and the really crazy people ask "WHY?"

"this is amazingly backwards. People accept scientific explanations because science is a proven method that works and has produced new knowledge again and again."

No, they accept science because its easier to believe the real smart guy who learned a bunch of bs in school than to accept that there is a GOD to answer to.

"Easy to believe" and "provides security" are hallmarks of RELIGION, not science."

Science is a religion my friend.

You don't think it would be easier for me to ignore my Christian beliefs and act any way I please? Get as drunk as I want, cuss cuz its funny, sleep with whomever I please, etc. You don't think it would be soooo much simpler to leave it to the scientists to determine my reason for being here? Be my own person, take credit for my own accomplishments without having to give thanks to a higher power? To chalk it all up to coincidence and stick my head in the sand like you? That's where you're wrong.. Its a lot easier to lose hope, lose faith and give up on the promise of heaven. Its a lot easier to follow the heard of sheep with no Sheppard because the sheep in front has a Master's Degree in Scientific Studies. There's nothing easy about having faith. Or keeping it. But for the few who do believe, a place has been prepared.
SCG

Dallas, TX

#32 Nov 15, 2012
I will quote a preacher from 1962."Science and education is from the devil,and a loose,immoral woman can send more sons of God to hell(lake of fire)than all the boot leg joints in the country".God wants his children to keep it simple,like Christ was a simple man.Look at the tower of babel,men had became to smart in mans religon.God have to do something,so he made the world start speaking many different tongues,instead of one.Look at us now,the knowledge explosion has come.Industrial nation,man on the moon,computer ties the whole world together.This was to take place before the messiah returns.
iGIVEup

Trumann, AR

#33 Nov 15, 2012
Box, I am sad to admit that you and I alone will never be able to talk any sense into these simple minded people. Religeon has been burnt into their brains from an early age and they are so brain washed that they will never be able to believe anything different. The good news is that todays science and technology does a very good job of explaining away all of the legends and tales of the bible. Every day more and more people are accepting the fact that they have been dooped their entire lives with this religeon business. Don't get me wrong, the bible does a good job of keeping people in check and spreading good morals but that was exactly what it was designed to do by folks back in the day that needed a way to keep people from stealing, fucking, and killing. But that does not change the fact that the bible is ficticous. NOW THAT IS A BREAKDOWN OF THE COLD, HARD, TRUTH. There Is No God !!!
Flesh Eating Buzzard

Dallas, TX

#35 Nov 15, 2012
It is people like you that proves their is a real devil and evil spirits.History proves how evil children of the devil are.A lot of bible prophecy can be proven by history.The prophecys was written long before they took place.Satan is on the earth with us.He still thinks he can win.You young people serve him well.Why do you think you get on here and say the things all of your kind say.It is your lord Satan,whom you serve making you do this.Now I know you don't believe that because he Will not let you.In other words you are full of demons.And Jesus the Messiah said,Do not give what is holy to the dogs,do not cast your pearls before the swine,they will trample them under their feet and turn around and rind you.So I am limited to how much information I give to devils.
Ark Angel

Dallas, TX

#36 Nov 15, 2012
Can children of the devil be saved?It don't look like it.I'm starting to believe in Calvins theory of Predestination.That the children of Gods name was in the lambs book of life before the world was.Even though I didn't want to believe that.This young genaration makes it look to be the truth.Igiveup,you need to watch all of the planet of the apes movies over and over until they are planted into your mind.And maybe on your death bed you will see things differently like Darwin did.But it will be to late then.Bet you have never seen a real ghost.Even if you have your science won't let you believe you have.There is a place prepared for you.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#37 Nov 16, 2012
They wrote:
My point is, SOMEONE or SOMETHING created this little slice of paradise.
You haven't shown your 'point' to be true in any way.
They wrote:
Science will never find the answer to why we're all here because they're looking in the wrong place.
What place should it be looking?
They wrote:
Not recognizing a higher power is just reckless.
It's not reckless because there's no reason to do so. You might as well say that not wearing a tinfoil hat is reckless.
They wrote:
It seems to be in our genetic structure to revolt against any authority. To go our own way, find our own answers rather than accept the ones given to us as the truth. Think back to the earliest civilizations... Summarions, Myans, Huns, Egyptians, Romans, what do they all have in common?: They all recognized a GOD or two..and no where in your science book does it explain why.
It's easily explained why. Early civilizations were ignorant about how the world worked so they had to come up with explanations for what they saw. Where did lightning come from? Well, they didn't know about electric charge in the atmosphere so...there's a magic guy who throws it down from the sky. What causes earthquakes? Well they didn't know about seismic activity in the Earth's crust...so it was a magic guy doing it.

Gods are created due to lack of human knowledge. When humans gain more knowledge, gods are abandoned.
They wrote:
maybe I need to read through my science book a little more and find an answer...
Yes, it would be helpful if you took a comparative religions course. The reasons why religion springs up are well known: explanations of the world, tradition, and social order.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#38 Nov 16, 2012
They wrote:
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You don't think science tells you what you want to hear?
Of course it doesn't. Look at the complaints that people who are anti-science make: life is meaningless. We're just animals. So when we're dead, we're dead. None of these answers is comforting.
They wrote:
People don't want to hear about a God who will soon judge them for their actions on this earth. They don't want to hear about the rapture, hell or the "spiritual war" that will take place.
No one who believes in this nonsense actually thinks THEY are going there, so your entire point is moot.

No Christian is worrying about hell or Judgment Day because they all think they're going to heaven. It's a psychological blanket: no matter how much life sucks now, I'm going to heaven and everything is going to be perfect later! My relative died? Well, I'm not so sad because I'm going to see them in heaven!

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#39 Nov 16, 2012
They wrote:
<quoted text>
Where did the Matter come from?
Matter/energy always existed.
They wrote:
What is true would be a matter of opinion. 200 years ago, scientists "proved" the Earth was flat..then this one guy went on a little trip
Facts aren't a matter of opinion. Scientists NEVER proved the Earth was flat. It was known to be round over 2500 years ago by Greeks using science. It was, in fact, religion that maintained the idea that the Earth was flat.
They wrote:
Interesting. No evidence so lets just not question it because there's no evidence? Ever think there's no evidence because Science can't explain it?
Why would anyone pursue a hypothesis that there's no reason to pursue? Who killed this murder victim? Was it guy A? Was it guy B?...or was he killed by space aliens? Well, I think we should probably have some evidence that space aliens actually exist before we go down that road and let a murderer get away.
They wrote:
No, they accept science because its easier to believe the real smart guy who learned a bunch of bs in school than to accept that there is a GOD to answer to.
No. They accept science because it WORKS. Science has produced massive amount of knowledge about the world and led to huge advanced in medicine, technology, and understanding.

Religion never has.
They wrote:
Science is a religion my friend.
Not by any definition.
They wrote:
There's nothing easy about having faith.
Of course there is. You don't even have to think for yourself. You're told exactly how to think, what to believe, and how to act.
iGIVEup

Trumann, AR

#40 Nov 16, 2012
The Box is absolutely correct in every statement made by simply stating facts. There is no way any objective person can argue with any of those statements. The Box is my god now. The Box for President!
They

Blytheville, AR

#41 Nov 16, 2012
The_Box wrote:
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Of course it doesn't. Look at the complaints that people who are anti-science make: life is meaningless. We're just animals. So when we're dead, we're dead. None of these answers is comforting.
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No one who believes in this nonsense actually thinks THEY are going there, so your entire point is moot.
No Christian is worrying about hell or Judgment Day because they all think they're going to heaven. It's a psychological blanket: no matter how much life sucks now, I'm going to heaven and everything is going to be perfect later! My relative died? Well, I'm not so sad because I'm going to see them in heaven!
You do realize you're talking in circles right? And before you go bashing Christianity, you may want to learn a little more about it. Christian's do worry about judgement day and not every "Christian" will get into heaven. There are plenty of pretenders but every christian will face judgement upon meeting their creator and for those who chose to reject him (like you) judgement will not be necessary..matter of fact, he won't even waste his time according to the bible. "Depart from me, for I never knew you." will be all he has to say to you and people like you before being cast into the abyss. You honestly think you've won this argument? You've done nothing but give vague, half way rebuttals, that seem to be only pleasing to the fool "iGIVEup" (who probably really should just give up.)Science has never given a definite answer of the origin of man kind. Only theories, speculations, and guesses and trust me, they've had plenty of time to come up with a straight answer. If you're going to honestly stick with the argument that we're here solely by accident per millions of years of evolution, then you're really not worth arguing with anymore. If you're going to refuse to acknowledge that the cell we "evolved" from HAD TO COME FROM SOMEONE OR SOMETHING, then you're not even worthy of discussing this any further. Go on about your meaningless life. It'll be your funeral when the time comes...I'll have my own to attend.

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