Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.

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Apr 25, 2013
 
Givemeliberty wrote:
So Yahweh is a name. Apology accepted ditch digger.
Thanks for the laughs idiot!
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"Yahweh" is a guess.

There's actually 22 different guesses. Pick one:

Yahueh (ya-hu-eh)
Iahueh (i-a-hu-eh)

Yahuah (ya-hu-ah)

Iahuah (ia-hu-ah)

Yahevahe (yah-e-va-he)

Iahevahe (ia-he-va-he)

Yohwah (yoh-wah)

Iohwah (i-oh-wah)

Yohweh (yoh-weh)

Iohweh (i-oh-weh)

Yahwah (yah-wah)

Iahwah (i-ah-wah)

Yehwah (yeh-wah)

Iehwah (i-eh-wah)

Yehweh (yeh-weh)

Iehweh (i-eh-weh)

Yahweh (yah-weh)

Iahweh (i-ah-weh)

Yahwe (yah-we)

Iahwe (i-ah-we)

Yahohewah (yah-o-he-wah)

Iahohewah (i-a-ho-he-wah)

Yahuwah (ya-hu-wah)

Iahuwah (i-a-hu-wah)

Yahveh (yah-veh)

Yehveh (yeh-veh)

Yahohevah (yah-o-he-vah)

Jove (ho-ve)

Jehovah (je-ho-vah)

Iehovah (i-eh-ho-vah)

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Apr 25, 2013
 
Givemeliberty wrote:
Apology accepted.
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You are beyond reasoning and beyond learning.

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Apr 25, 2013
 
TheBlackSheep wrote:
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No!?!?
The 10 commandments start out with:
Exodus 20:1 Then God spoke all these words:
2 I am the Lord your God who brought you out of Egypt, out of the house of slavery.
No one in my family was brought out of Egypt? According to your own words, god was not talking to me, I am not a Jew.
Every once in a while, you should skip the web trolling and pick up the bible and read it. It would really help you.
Like you're one to talk, cherry picker.

The Ten Commandments were part of the Law given to Moses to judge the nation of Israel.

Christians are not under the Ten Commandments, as Mosaic Law, but the principals are still very valid.

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Actually, KittenKoder is my name, a moniker is a name that is chosen. Almost all names, even the modern ones, are actually words in various languages that mean something, most cultures use their common language as their names. Spring is a name, it is also a season, and a verb, and a noun. Even names have meanings, they are, after all, just more words. There are a hundred websites you can look up the actual meaning of names, and most names in the world are just common words.
Go ahead and pat yourself on the back for telling me something I already know.

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#164156
Apr 25, 2013
 
As is the case with many ancient names. Anyways it is his name as you have confessed.

Apology accepted and next time avoid arguing with people who are much much much smarter than you okay?

Hahahahahahahahaha!! Thanks for the laughs idiot!
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>"Yahweh" is a guess.

There's actually 22 different guesses. Pick one:

Yahueh (ya-hu-eh)
Iahueh (i-a-hu-eh)

Yahuah (ya-hu-ah)

Iahuah (ia-hu-ah)

Yahevahe (yah-e-va-he)

Iahevahe (ia-he-va-he)

Yohwah (yoh-wah)

Iohwah (i-oh-wah)

Yohweh (yoh-weh)

Iohweh (i-oh-weh)

Yahwah (yah-wah)

Iahwah (i-ah-wah)

Yehwah (yeh-wah)

Iehwah (i-eh-wah)

Yehweh (yeh-weh)

Iehweh (i-eh-weh)

Yahweh (yah-weh)

Iahweh (i-ah-weh)

Yahwe (yah-we)

Iahwe (i-ah-we)

Yahohewah (yah-o-he-wah)

Iahohewah (i-a-ho-he-wah)

Yahuwah (ya-hu-wah)

Iahuwah (i-a-hu-wah)

Yahveh (yah-veh)

Yehveh (yeh-veh)

Yahohevah (yah-o-he-vah)

Jove (ho-ve)

Jehovah (je-ho-vah)

Iehovah (i-eh-ho-vah)

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#164157
Apr 25, 2013
 
You were once again proven wrong. This often happens because you just aren't that smart sad to say.

That's why you so often humiliate yourself on here.
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>You are beyond reasoning and beyond learning.

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#164158
Apr 25, 2013
 
So the principles need not be followed but are still valid commandments from god???

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!

Classic! Keep dancing clown! Soooooo damn funny! You really are about the funniest ditch digger lulz!
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>Like you're one to talk, cherry picker.

The Ten Commandments were part of the Law given to Moses to judge the nation of Israel.

Christians are not under the Ten Commandments, as Mosaic Law, but the principals are still very valid.

“I Am No One Else”

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Apr 25, 2013
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Go ahead and pat yourself on the back for telling me something I already know.
Thank you for admitting that the name of your god is Yahweh.
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Stop your nonsense, GLM.
From the book of Genesis to Revelation there is no scriptural fact that God says his name is Jesus or is to be called by that or is worshipped as the name of Jesus.
God's name is not the same name as the Son.
Prov.30:4
When Moses asked G-d what his name was, G-d said, "I am". It is not that G-d doesn't have a name, if G-d had told Moses her name, Israel and the rest of the world would know that the G-d of Israel was a woman and G-d wanted people to think she was a man. If Israel knew the truth, they would've been weakened by it. That was both the secret and the surprise.

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Apr 25, 2013
 
Givemeliberty wrote:
As is the case with many ancient names. Anyways it is his name as you have confessed.
Apology accepted and next time avoid arguing with people who are much much much smarter than you okay?
Hahahahahahahahaha!! Thanks for the laughs idiot!
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Those are all guesses at pronunciation.
Of the name.

Wonder if he spotted the ones are Pagan?

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Apr 25, 2013
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Like you're one to talk, cherry picker.
The Ten Commandments were part of the Law given to Moses to judge the nation of Israel.
Christians are not under the Ten Commandments, as Mosaic Law, but the principals are still very valid.
So, what you are saying is; the ten commandments were not for us but you like them, so they are still valid.

Conversely, you do not like the laws concerning murdering non-believers, not eating shellfish and the like, so they are not valid.

Where would we be without you telling us which of god's laws he really really meant?

I have read and read the bible and I cannot find an expiration date on god's laws! In fact, Jesus said, "Until heaven and Earth pass, not one dot will be stricken from god's laws." But what did he know?

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Apr 25, 2013
 
Givemeliberty wrote:
As is the case with many ancient names. Anyways it is his name as you have confessed.
Apology accepted and next time avoid arguing with people who are much much much smarter than you okay?
Hahahahahahahahaha!! Thanks for the laughs idiot!
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It's hilarious how you crown yourself like you do.

That's prolly why you "Hahahahahahahahaha" at your own lame jokes.

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Actually, KittenKoder is my name, a moniker is a name that is chosen. Almost all names, even the modern ones, are actually words in various languages that mean something, most cultures use their common language as their names. Spring is a name, it is also a season, and a verb, and a noun. Even names have meanings, they are, after all, just more words. There are a hundred websites you can look up the actual meaning of names, and most names in the world are just common words.


RiversideRedneck wrote:
Go ahead and pat yourself on the back for telling me something I already know.
KittenKoder wrote:
Thank you for admitting that the name of your god is Yahweh.
Um... O_o

All you did was give a detailed explanation of what a name means.....

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susanblange wrote:
<quoted text>When Moses asked G-d what his name was, G-d said, "I am". It is not that G-d doesn't have a name, if G-d had told Moses her name, Israel and the rest of the world would know that the G-d of Israel was a woman and G-d wanted people to think she was a man. If Israel knew the truth, they would've been weakened by it. That was both the secret and the surprise.
God did reveal his name; that was the point of responding with "I AM THAT I AM".'Yahweh' simply means ‘I will be'.

His name is formed by the verb ‘to be.’

In other words, God answered Moses — with a verb, not a name.

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Apr 25, 2013
 
macumazahn wrote:
<quoted text>Those are all guesses at pronunciation.
Of the name.
Wonder if he spotted the ones are Pagan?
Last I checked, verbs aren't names...

Just sayin'
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God did reveal his name; that was the point of responding with "I AM THAT I AM".'Yahweh' simply means ‘I will be'.
His name is formed by the verb ‘to be.’
In other words, God answered Moses — with a verb, not a name.
"I yam what I yam." - Popeye

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TheBlackSheep wrote:
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So, what you are saying is; the ten commandments were not for us but you like them, so they are still valid.
Conversely, you do not like the laws concerning murdering non-believers, not eating shellfish and the like, so they are not valid.
Where would we be without you telling us which of god's laws he really really meant?
I have read and read the bible and I cannot find an expiration date on god's laws! In fact, Jesus said, "Until heaven and Earth pass, not one dot will be stricken from god's laws." But what did he know?
There are over 600 laws (or commandments) in the bible.

Some are directed at few.

Some are directed at all.

To put in in context, they are much like American laws. Not all laws apply to all people. For example; speed limit laws don't pertain to people that don't drive, smoking laws don't pertain to those that don't smoke, military laws don't pertain to civilians, border laws don't pertain to legal citizens, etc.

Even tax laws don't pertain to everyone....

Biblical laws are much the same.

Levite laws don't pertain to those that aren't Levite.

Understand?

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Apr 25, 2013
 
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"I yam what I yam." - Popeye
lol

My childhood hero.

I lost my favorite Popeye lunchbox in a flood. I was heartbroken :(
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lol
My childhood hero.
I lost my favorite Popeye lunchbox in a flood. I was heartbroken :(
I was always pissed that spinach didn't really give you superhuman strength. Bummer about your lunch box...

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I was always pissed that spinach didn't really give you superhuman strength. Bummer about your lunch box...
Man, you ain't never seen a little Texan boy cry so hard.

I look back at the silliness of it all, we just lost nearly everything we owned and my biggest concern was my lunchbox....

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