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“Pharmacists must seek to raise people's awareness so that all human beings are protected from conception to natural death, and so that medicines truly play a therapeutic role”

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Jumper

Owensboro, KY

#237605 Oct 8, 2012
June VanDerMark wrote:
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It branched off of the same book, so of course they used lots of the same terminology, But each group is certain THEY are god's specialties.
One would almost "swear" that the god was created "anew" in each group to serve the whims of each group.
Almost!
You are so lost.
Ink

Bensalem, PA

#237606 Oct 8, 2012
Svaha wrote:
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why would "god" need a religion?
He doesn't. I personally need a religion that offers the Holy Eucharist.
Ink

Bensalem, PA

#237607 Oct 8, 2012
June VanDerMark wrote:
<quoted text>
When you spout such stupidity, you have no right to call yourself a Christian.
The Christian religion prides itself on using a belief in Jesus as the only pathway to "heaven."
Don't behave as an idiot, or you will start to appear as confused as Billy Graham.
Nobody but Christians believe in heaven. How can you have what you don't believe?

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#237608 Oct 8, 2012
Jumper wrote:
<quoted text>You are so lost.
If I believe as you believe will I be "found."

:)

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#237609 Oct 8, 2012
Ink wrote:
<quoted text>
Nobody but Christians believe in heaven. How can you have what you don't believe?
WHAT???

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#237610 Oct 8, 2012
Jermaine wrote:
<quoted text>Peaches know the real God, maybe she'll stop by later and enlighten you.
If she can't come, maybe she can send one of her many sock-puppets. But not YOU please!

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#237611 Oct 8, 2012
My hope is that god will gather his saved ones and take them home very soon.

It seems to be their wish ... well ... maybe not the "soon" part.

I figure the sooner they receive eternal bliss ... the better!

Isn't THAT the Divine plan?

:)
Jumper

Owensboro, KY

#237612 Oct 8, 2012
June VanDerMark wrote:
My hope is that god will gather his saved ones and take them home very soon.
It seems to be their wish ... well ... maybe not the "soon" part.
I figure the sooner they receive eternal bliss ... the better!
Isn't THAT the Divine plan?
:)
A 'cheese Danish' think June...think beyond the norm.

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#237613 Oct 8, 2012
Jumper wrote:
<quoted text>A 'cheese Danish' think June...think beyond the norm.
Be careful what you pray for Jumper. If you desire to go to the great beyond for a dose of eternal bliss, you might get that wish ... sooner than you think.

After all ... your god DOES answer prayers ... doesn't HE???

:)
Jumper

Owensboro, KY

#237614 Oct 8, 2012
June VanDerMark wrote:
<quoted text>
Be careful what you pray for Jumper. If you desire to go to the great beyond for a dose of eternal bliss, you might get that wish ... sooner than you think.
After all ... your god DOES answer prayers ... doesn't HE???
:)
Would you take a bite of a cheese danish if you had a dozen donuts?

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#237615 Oct 8, 2012
Jumper wrote:
<quoted text>Would you take a bite of a cheese danish if you had a dozen donuts?
Being as I've never tasted a cheese danish, I would take the dozen doughnuts ... just to be safe rather than sorry.

And if I had to choose between which god was the most trustworthy of all the gods, I wouldn't choose any of them, as they all seem to obey humans, and that's NOT a good sign!

:)
Jumper

Owensboro, KY

#237616 Oct 8, 2012
June VanDerMark wrote:
<quoted text>
Being as I've never tasted a cheese danish, I would take the dozen doughnuts ... just to be safe rather than sorry.
And if I had to choose between which god was the most trustworthy of all the gods, I wouldn't choose any of them, as they all seem to obey humans, and that's NOT a good sign!
:)
Try a taste somtimes,you might be surprized.

That is, if your government allows it.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#237617 Oct 9, 2012
June VanDerMark wrote:
Now Bitner states there is a difference between religion and Divinity.
Those in every religious cult believe their gods are Divine ... and that IS religion in a nutshell.
I wonder what next will she come up with concerning her encounters with self-serving images?
There IS a difference between Gods, and the religions formed around them. It's not my fault you are unable to understand this fact.

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#237618 Oct 9, 2012
Bitner wrote:
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There IS a difference between Gods, and the religions formed around them. It's not my fault you are unable to understand this fact.
A religion without a god would be even more pathetic than a religion with a god.

:)

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#237619 Oct 9, 2012
Often many people have to die to change situations. Fear is how brutes control the masses, and the more the control, the worse their behavior.
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PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Gunmen in Pakistan shot and seriously wounded on Tuesday a 14-year-old schoolgirl who rose to fame for speaking out against Taliban militants, authorities said.

The Taliban set up courts, executed residents and closed girls’ schools, including the one that Yousufzai attended. A documentary team filmed her weeping as she explained her ambition to be a doctor.

http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/10/09/pakis...

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#237620 Oct 9, 2012
Often people will claim that other gods are false, and their own gods are real.

They don't seem to comprehend the selfish attitude that stems from that statement.

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#237621 Oct 9, 2012
They created gods for all occasions and all situations.
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From the book compiled by Larousse … World Mythology

The System of Minor Gods

Among the minor deities is the female Daena (den). She is the ‘knowledge’ or ‘religion’ of Ohrmazd, in other words, according to the texts, she is just discernment between gods and demons.

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#237622 Oct 9, 2012
Just as the Christians idolize Jesus the Jew as their savior, the Persians also had their saviors.

These dogmas are all "old hat," rewarmed under different titles.
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From the book compiled by Larousse … World Mythology

In contrast, looking not towards the past as something protective and life-giving, but towards the future as a renewal and ‘correction’ of the past—there is the Saoshyans (Savior), who is in a way eschatological champion, hence a perfect man, the ‘just’ man who appears to be the prime cause of the world, and its savior.

“Blessed Be”

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#237623 Oct 9, 2012
June VanDerMark wrote:
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A religion without a god would be even more pathetic than a religion with a god.
:)
That has nothing to do with my point. I said nothing about religions that don't have Gods, which DO exist, by the way. But that was not my point.

What's pathetic is your lack of reading comprehension.

Since: Sep 09

Port Coquitlam, Canada

#237624 Oct 9, 2012
People claim that their gods are real, and some claim to have "seen" the gods. But images that replay over and over and over in people's minds can become more real to the believers than what occurs in their daily lives with other humans.

And if fear of demons is added to the fantasies, there is danger in mentally over-dosing on such fiction.
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Religious Insanity in America: The Official Nineteenth-Century Theory

Throughout much of the nineteenth century, psychiatrists and ordinary citizens agreed that one of the chief causes of mental illness was religious excitement.

Discovery of hitherto untouched data from the 1860 census, giving supposed cause of insanity for 2,258 inmates of 17 asylums, provides the opportunity for exploring the alleged role of religion in producing insanity. Enshrined in publications of the U.S. government and in the chief psychiatric texts as part of the official theory of madness, the idea of religious insanity may have served a number of functions for the new profession of psychiatry, as well as offering afflicted families an optimistic interpretation of mental problems.

http://socrel.oxfordjournals.org/content/45/3...

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