Biblical question
Thoughts

Varnell, GA

#666 Apr 1, 2013
10uhsee wrote:
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For me... I'm just immune to BS.
Lot's of people seem to have let the enemy of their soul
innoculate them so they are immune to Biblical Science.
Regardless of their mockery, God and His Word are eternal
and He holds their future and fate in His hand.
Thoughts

Varnell, GA

#667 Apr 1, 2013
No they don't, you use polls and statistics from the 80's, statements by atheists, and don't consider all polls, just those you cherry pick. I gave you a list of scientists, including biologists, whom you ignore. Facts prove it, for those who want truth.

That's why scientists who have an open mind and logic have examined the facts, and would consider some of their peers as educated fools.

“Vader2016!”

Since: Sep 10

The Deathstar

#668 Apr 1, 2013
Thoughts wrote:
No they don't, you use polls and statistics from the 80's, statements by atheists, and don't consider all polls, just those you cherry pick. I gave you a list of scientists, including biologists, whom you ignore. Facts prove it, for those who want truth.
That's why scientists who have an open mind and logic have examined the facts, and would consider some of their peers as educated fools.
Then they have no claim in biology.
Thoughts

Varnell, GA

#669 Apr 1, 2013
Read the list and find out differently.

“Vader2016!”

Since: Sep 10

The Deathstar

#670 Apr 1, 2013
Thoughts wrote:
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innoculate them so they are immune to Biblical Science.
I agree.
Ever wonder

Kansas City, KS

#671 Apr 2, 2013
Can cause the sun to move. Can make 2+2=5. ALL things in his power and under is control, yet could not stop the man and woman he created with his own hands and breath from disobeying...
Thoughts

Varnell, GA

#672 Apr 2, 2013
Ever wonder wrote:
Can cause the sun to move. Can make 2+2=5. ALL things in his power and under is control, yet could not stop the man and woman he created with his own hands and breath from disobeying...
Yes, you are correct, as all things are in His power. He could have stopped them, but didn't choose to make them as robots, to be controlled by his own hands or breath. He choose to give free will, instruct them how to use free will, and give them the consequences of disobedience. It is the same with men today. If we choose life, we are blessed. We not only have life, but can have a "more abundant" life, and one which is eternal.

Disobedience is a choice, a decision, and the consequences are clearly set out in His Word, just as He told those first created.
crazy people

United States

#673 Apr 2, 2013
Thoughts wrote:
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Yes, you are correct, as all things are in His power. He could have stopped them, but didn't choose to make them as robots, to be controlled by his own hands or breath. He choose to give free will, instruct them how to use free will, and give them the consequences of disobedience. It is the same with men today. If we choose life, we are blessed. We not only have life, but can have a "more abundant" life, and one which is eternal.
Disobedience is a choice, a decision, and the consequences are clearly set out in His Word, just as He told those first created.
Saying God gave people free will to do as they want is just an excuse for God not having the power to do otherwise... why, because there is no God.

And this so called God gives free will and then makes up 10 rules to follow and if you don't even though he gave you free will he will send you to hell... this concept is just stupid.

2 + 2 is 4 and it always will be... God can not change that, because there is no God.
Just Me

Jackson, TN

#674 Apr 2, 2013
Wow I guess "Crazy People" just got hatched. I do feel so sorry for you if you don't believe in God. Trust me, if you were crying out and needing help you would cry out to the lord your God. You are prime example what happens when your parents don't grab ahold of you when your a child and put you in church. Praying for you.
guest

Cambridge, MA

#675 Apr 2, 2013
The goverment giving us freedom but making laws for us to follow. When we break those laws they put us in jail. That makes sense to you but you cant understand gods laws. How does your arguement stand with that.
Ever wonder

Kansas City, KS

#676 Apr 2, 2013
There is no free will in fear...BTW, show me "free will" in the bible...
crazy people

United States

#677 Apr 2, 2013
guest wrote:
The goverment giving us freedom but making laws for us to follow. When we break those laws they put us in jail. That makes sense to you but you cant understand gods laws. How does your arguement stand with that.
Because there is "NO" God.
crazy people

United States

#678 Apr 2, 2013
Just Me wrote:
Wow I guess "Crazy People" just got hatched. I do feel so sorry for you if you don't believe in God. Trust me, if you were crying out and needing help you would cry out to the lord your God. You are prime example what happens when your parents don't grab ahold of you when your a child and put you in church. Praying for you.
Hey, just for your information my parents did take me to church on Sunday morning, Sunday evening, sometimes on Wednesday night and I had to go to vacation bile school every time it came up.

So my parents did their part, but as I got older I realize this was something I could not believe in... in other words when "I could think for myself" without being told what to believe I changed my way of thinking.

As an atheist I am a much happier person not being controlled by religion and believing in some little man up in the clouds telling me what to believe in or I will go to hell.

The Bible is a hoax, there is no God... it's all symbolic.
guest

Cambridge, MA

#679 Apr 2, 2013
crazy people wrote:
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Because there is "NO" God.
That wasnt the point. You stated that people couldnt follow the laws of god because of free will. I pointed out the flaw in your arguement. That simple. Believe or not your point of free will was wrong.
guest

Herndon, VA

#680 Apr 2, 2013
Ever wonder wrote:
There is no free will in fear...BTW, show me "free will" in the bible...
So by that that logic. There is no freedom if we have laws. Fear of the punishment from breaking laws means there is no freedom.
ever wonder

Kansas City, KS

#681 Apr 2, 2013
show me "free will" in the bible and then we will discuss it.
guest wrote:
<quoted text> So by that that logic. There is no freedom if we have laws. Fear of the punishment from breaking laws means there is no freedom.
Thoughts

Varnell, GA

#682 Apr 2, 2013
Ever wonder wrote:
There is no free will in fear...BTW, show me "free will" in the bible...
Try Deu. 6, which shows that men had a "choice" (free will) even back then, to choose good or evil. Men today still have a choice, to choose this day whom they will serve.

Believers's don't serve God out fear. That's a fallacy! Believers have a reverance and fear for a Holy God, and serve Him out of love.

Every man was created as a free moral agent.

Fear can 't control man, they still have a choice, just as the young girl who knew God and would not deny him, even through it meant to be absent from the body and be present with the Lord.

Truth is, perfected love casts out fear, however; some have never known so great a love.
Thoughts

Varnell, GA

#683 Apr 2, 2013
crazy people wrote:
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Hey, just for your information my parents did take me to church on Sunday morning, Sunday evening, sometimes on Wednesday night and I had to go to vacation bile school every time it came up.
So my parents did their part, but as I got older I realize this was something I could not believe in... in other words when "I could think for myself" without being told what to believe I changed my way of thinking.
As an atheist I am a much happier person not being controlled by religion and believing in some little man up in the clouds telling me what to believe in or I will go to hell.
The Bible is a hoax, there is no God... it's all symbolic.
Famous words of other atheists also, who either have found out, or will find out, it wasn't symbolic, but very real.

God isn't a "little man up in the clouds" but is everywhere, and His Word is truth. One can make their own choice, as man sends himself to hell, according to eternal laws. Christianity doesn't control, but a cultic type religion can do so. God gives us wisdom to study and know the difference, as well as to perceive right from wrong.

Parents teach children, but don't "make" them believe, as the thought process of each human is his own, and he acts upon those thoughts; whether right, or wrong.
guest

Cambridge, MA

#684 Apr 2, 2013
Funny thing about those biblical laws we cant follow. Our country seems to have the same laws as its base. Some have changed but the foundation seems the same.
guest

Cambridge, MA

#685 Apr 2, 2013
ever wonder wrote:
show me "free will" in the bible and then we will discuss it.
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Really. Your arguement is not worth it. Show where it says there is no free will. The belief in god and choice to follow him in his words shows free will.

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