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“Citizen_Patriot_ Voter_Atheist!”

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#4342
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dollarsbill wrote:
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Nope. The 'times of the Gentiles' was fulfilled in 1967. Some living in 1967 will witness Jesus' return.
A generation in biblical times was 30, maybe even 40 years. So I'd say you are already well into the second terminal generation, since 1967, counting them biblically that is.

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The Almighty Tzar wrote:
Science has a problem with dates:
Is **Doctor** Francis Collins a christian or not?

Which is it?

Or will you continue to lie?

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#4345
Jul 17, 2013
 
dollarsbill wrote:
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The 'times of the Gentiles' was fulfilled in 1967.
Luke 21:24 (NKJV)
24 And they will fall by the edge of the sword, and be led away captive into all nations. And Jerusalem will be trampled by Gentiles until the times of the Gentiles are fulfilled.
And they were.
Tiny Israel was attacked by the Arab nations and fled with their tails tucked. God fights for Israel.
This is the terminal generation.
Well Ok, maybe it's not the second terminal generation ... it is quite likely to be the third already. Considering that a male person (of my acquaintance) born in 1971 is already a grandfather.

Musing... R.P. style >

Would a terminal generation begat even more generations? Would the one generation designated as terminal, further populate the planet? Does it matter, that many from that first terminal generation, have passed and also passed on life's baton, to even more generations of very alive and happily non-religious people who will never be called on by any self-appointed deities henchmen, to chow down on the children.

Did you know that all messages from gods come through men, men who cloak themselves in that mantle, of knowing what you need to be told, and then passing off their wishes as those of a god-myth?

Oh and BTW, the god who was whooped by the iron chariot, couldn't be much of an ally in a modern battle which might actually employ weapons not made of rawhide, bone and stick.

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Reason Personified wrote:
<quoted text>Well Ok, maybe it's not the second terminal generation ... it is quite likely to be the third already. Considering that a male person (of my acquaintance) born in 1971 is already a grandfather.

Musing... R.P. style >

Would a terminal generation begat even more generations? Would the one generation designated as terminal, further populate the planet? Does it matter, that many from that first terminal generation, have passed and also passed on life's baton, to even more generations of very alive and happily non-religious people who will never be called on by any self-appointed deities henchmen, to chow down on the children.

Did you know that all messages from gods come through men, men who cloak themselves in that mantle, of knowing what you need to be told, and then passing off their wishes as those of a god-myth?

Oh and BTW, the god who was whooped by the iron chariot, couldn't be much of an ally in a modern battle which might actually employ weapons not made of rawhide, bone and stick.
A generation in the bible is usually 40 years.

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#4347
Jul 17, 2013
 
The Almighty Tzar wrote:
Science has a problem with dates:
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In 1944, as a ten year old boy,
Newton Anderson dropped a lump of coal and broke it in half in his basement and found that it contained this bell inside. The bituminous coal that was mined near his house in Upshur County West Virginia is supposed to be about 300 million years old! What is a brass bell with an iron clapper doing in coal ascribed to the Carboniferous Period? According to Norm Sharbaugh’s book Ammunition (which includes several “coal anecdotes”) the bell is an antediluvian artifact (made before the Genesis Flood). The Institute for Creation Research had the bell submitted to the lab at the University of Oklahoma. There a nuclear activation analysis revealed that the bell contains an unusual mix of metals, different from any known modern alloy production (including copper, zinc, tin, arsenic, iodine, and selenium)."
First prove the god you're here to lie to us about, then criticise science, the very process that allows you to share your ignorant creationist opinions in this forum because science discovered electrons while theist cults sat around talking to the sky and wishing for modern scientific medicine to save their lives.

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#4348
Jul 17, 2013
 
The Almighty Tzar wrote:
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A generation in the bible is usually 40 years.
hands up who gives a f*ck what your made up book thinks a generation is.

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Jul 17, 2013
 
The Almighty Tzar wrote:
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A generation in the bible is usually 40 years.
The bible need to be corrected because atheists are not fools. Correct that rubbish first, prove your god, then you have the beginnings of a conversation with atheists who are thousands of times smarter than you.

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Jul 17, 2013
 
The Almighty Tzar wrote:
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A generation in the bible is usually 40 years.
Yeah, as I said in post #4342, just a few posts above this one.

Viewing that, as if it were the actual truth, and those alive in that year are indeed the last generation, would put all those born after that year in the second, of one generation, and in that forty years since all of the first generation would now be dead.

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Jul 18, 2013
 
The Almighty Tzar wrote:
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A generation in the bible is usually 40 years.
Is **Doctor** Francis Collins a christian or not?

Which is it?

Or will you continue to lie?

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Jul 20, 2013
 
atheism is evil wrote:
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No he didn't you liar.
Of course he did, several times. You really should read the buybull.

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Jul 20, 2013
 
Reason Personified wrote:
<quoted text>Of course he did, several times. You really should read the buybull.
You don't honestly expect him to have read the bibull?

He would be flat out reading and understanding the directions on a packet of instant soup.

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#4356
Jul 21, 2013
 
atheism is evil wrote:
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No he didn't you liar.
No he didn't return? Right-- that is what I said, moron.

Your Jewus LIED-- it's in keeping with your ugly hate-cult: lies.

That's is what you do.

That is **all** you do.

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Jul 21, 2013
 
Richardfs wrote:
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You don't honestly expect him to have read the bibull?
He would be flat out reading and understanding the directions on a packet of instant soup.
Directions would not help-- he could not manage to pour p*ss out of a boot if the instructions were written on the heel...

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Jul 21, 2013
 
Richardfs wrote:
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You don't honestly expect him to have read the bibull?
He would be flat out reading and understanding the directions on a packet of instant soup.
Well of course not, they won't read it. Just look how reading it turned out for so many of us. Imagine that, so many atheist who were buybull Christains, until they actually read the buybull.

Even their spell casters and witch doctors are smart enough to limit their biblical intake to the "lovey sweet" , the "nod-off boring bland" and the "I am holier than thou, and therefore better than you" bits. They make it all palatable, and they sweep those nasty, contradictory and just plain demented bits under the rug.

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Reason Personified wrote:
... They make it all palatable, and they sweep those nasty, contradictory and just plain demented bits under the rug.
They lie, in other words? To put a blunt spin on it.

What else?

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"The ark was not a mono-hull galleon, it was an array of small flat-bottom pontoons roped together. Large modern river barges are also assembled from dozens of small barges chained together."
http://www.noahs-ark-flood.com/faq.htm

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The Almighty Tzar wrote:
"The ark was not a mono-hull galleon, it was an array of small flat-bottom pontoons roped together. Large modern river barges are also assembled from dozens of small barges chained together."
http://www.noahs-ark-flood.com/faq.htm
Wow.... your lies just never end, do they?

If one of your lies doesn't work-- you just make up another...

... typical.
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Jul 23, 2013
 
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
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Wow.... your lies just never end, do they?
If one of your lies doesn't work-- you just make up another...
... typical.
All the Boys, But My Johnny, are Marching out of Step
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"The evidence for the flood is so overwhelming that I can't possibly scratch the surface in this study. Instead of going through a long explanation of the flood, I am going to address 5 commonly asked skeptical questions and then conclude with what we observe scientifically and follow up with a possible scenario. We can never go back and see what actually happened, we can only piece together bits of this puzzle and conclude what we believe is the most plausible explanation. Both the biblical account and the evolutionary account take faith to believe. My hope is that when you look at the obvious evidence, you will conclude that it takes more faith to hold on to skeptical beliefs than it does to believe the Bible. With this in mind, let’s look at 5 common flood questions."

http://www.exchangedlife.com/2012/10/19/the-f...

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"In the rock on the summit of Mont de Sautenay -- a flat-topped hill near Chalonsur-Saone between Dijon and Lyons -- there is a fissure filled with animal bones.'Why should so many wolves, bears, horses, and oxen have ascended a hill isolated on all sides?' asked Albert Gaudry, professor at the Jardin des Plantes. According to him, the bones in this cleft are mostly broken and splintered into innumerable... fragments and are 'evidently not those of animals devoured by beasts of prey; nor have they been broken by man. Nevertheless, the remains of wolf were ... abundant, together with those of cave lion, bear, rhinoceros, horse, ox, and deer... Prestwich thought that the animal bones... were found in common heaps because,'...[they] had fled [there] to escape the rising waters. 55,56"

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