Since: Mar 11

Chicago, IL

#24 Oct 26, 2012
Lmfao I know some runes are dumb enough to fall for the whole Jesus is God or son of God messiah crap! Sheesh he failed to fulfill any meaningful messianic prophecies of the OT, hundreds of contradictions in his gospels not to mention all the errors when the NT tries to quote the OT. Embarrassingly bad errors. And even worse there is not a single contemporary of him that wrote about him save Christians who themselves didn't feel inclined to write about him until at least 40 years later! Either he didn't exist or didn't really do anything worth noting.

Worse his whole story is stolen from several other Greek and Egyptian Gods. Lmfao and people actually buy it!

What idiots I feel sorry for them.
JordanUTT wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah but I'm saying that God IS creator and sustainer of all other things, and I do believe Jesus was His son who is mankind's savior. But the minor detail of Jesus' riding on a donkey into Jerusalem is completely irrelevant to His deity.

“Right click Left click Yay!”

Since: Dec 10

Nehwon

#25 Oct 27, 2012
JordanUTT wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm sorry I'm not exactly what you mean by your wording. Jesus riding a donkey into Jerusalem doesn't at all prove God is the creator and sustainer of the natural world. What exactly are you trying to say?
Jesus rode an ass into Jerusalem.

It was a fabulous day. There was lots of cheering, hugging and kissing and hugging and more kissing between all the citizens of the city. Except the women. They were still in the menstrual purification tents out in the country.

Since: Mar 11

Chicago, IL

#26 Oct 27, 2012
Rotflmfao!

Awesome!
greymouser wrote:
<quoted text>
Jesus rode an ass into Jerusalem.
It was a fabulous day. There was lots of cheering, hugging and kissing and hugging and more kissing between all the citizens of the city. Except the women. They were still in the menstrual purification tents out in the country.

Since: Oct 12

High Point, NC

#27 Oct 27, 2012
Givemeliberty wrote:
<quoted text>Lmfao I know some runes are dumb enough to fall for the whole Jesus is God or son of God messiah crap! Sheesh he failed to fulfill any meaningful messianic prophecies of the OT, hundreds of contradictions in his gospels not to mention all the errors when the NT tries to quote the OT. Embarrassingly bad errors. And even worse there is not a single contemporary of him that wrote about him save Christians who themselves didn't feel inclined to write about him until at least 40 years later! Either he didn't exist or didn't really do anything worth noting.

Worse his whole story is stolen from several other Greek and Egyptian Gods. Lmfao and people actually buy it!

What idiots I feel sorry for them.
Oh, what are the messianic prophecies in the OT that he didn't fulfill, like where are they in the Bible?(Book, Chapter, and Verse)

Since: Oct 12

High Point, NC

#28 Oct 27, 2012
greymouser wrote:
<quoted text>Jesus rode an ass into Jerusalem.

It was a fabulous day. There was lots of cheering, hugging and kissing and hugging and more kissing between all the citizens of the city. Except the women. They were still in the menstrual purification tents out in the country.
I apologize I don't necessarily understand the joke you're trying to portray here, where'd this story come from?

Since: Apr 08

Nottingham, UK

#29 Oct 27, 2012
KJV wrote:
Part 3
"So, although it would be possible that one or two constants might require unusual fine-tuning by chance, it would be virtually impossible that all of them would require such fine-tuning. Some physicists have indicated that any of a number of different physical laws would be compatible with our present universe. However, it is not just the current state of the universe that must be compatible with the physical laws. Even more stringent are the initial conditions of the universe, since even minor deviations would have completely disrupted the process. For example, adding a grain of sand to the weight of the universe now would have no effect. However, adding even this small amount of weight at the beginning of the universe would have resulted in its collapse early in its history.
What do cosmologists say?
Even though many atheists would like to dismiss such evidence of design, cosmologists know better, and have made statements such as the following, which reveal the depth of the problem for the atheistic worldview:
"This type of universe, however, seems to require a degree of fine-tuning of the initial conditions that is in apparent conflict with 'common wisdom'."6
"Polarization is predicted. It's been detected and it's in line with theoretical predictions. We're stuck with this preposterous universe."7
"In all of these worlds statistically miraculous (but not impossible) events would be necessary to assemble and preserve the fragile nuclei that would ordinarily be destroyed by the higher temperatures. However, although each of the corresponding histories is extremely unlikely, there are so many more of them than those that evolve without "miracles," that they would vastly dominate the livable universes that would be created by Poincare recurrences. We are forced to conclude that in a recurrent world like de Sitter space our universe would be extraordinarily unlikely"
http://www.godandscience.org/apologetics/is_g...
You cut and paste just like Derek.

Wait a minute...could it be?

Since: Mar 11

Lexington, KY

#30 Oct 27, 2012
That's because you haven't read the bible like most Christians. Perhaps you should actually read the thing and not just the preacher approved passages.
JordanUTT wrote:
<quoted text>
I apologize I don't necessarily understand the joke you're trying to portray here, where'd this story come from?

Since: Oct 12

High Point, NC

#31 Oct 27, 2012
Givemeliberty wrote:
<quoted text>That's because you haven't read the bible like most Christians. Perhaps you should actually read the thing and not just the preacher approved passages.
Actually quite the opposite, I don't just "read" the Bible. I study it. You're making what is called a hasty generalization. Automatically assuming that I only listen to a man in a suit reading individual passages reading them to me and giving me his take on them. In fact your statement should be reversed. I do read the Bible for myself and it is the majority of Christians who don't go in depth and don't take time to study apologetics like I have. I would advise you to not even listen to them.

But it is quite impossible for you to judge my take on my religion, when this is the first time we've ever conversed and when you don't even believe my religion.

It comes across to me that you are trying to make your point by loud speaking and clever satirical phrases that don't really hold any logical credibility. Just as a child would. But I could be wrong, that's just what it seems like.

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#32 Oct 28, 2012
JordanUTT wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually quite the opposite, I don't just "read" the Bible. I study it. You're making what is called a hasty generalization. Automatically assuming that I only listen to a man in a suit reading individual passages reading them to me and giving me his take on them. In fact your statement should be reversed. I do read the Bible for myself and it is the majority of Christians who don't go in depth and don't take time to study apologetics like I have. I would advise you to not even listen to them.
But it is quite impossible for you to judge my take on my religion, when this is the first time we've ever conversed and when you don't even believe my religion.
It comes across to me that you are trying to make your point by loud speaking and clever satirical phrases that don't really hold any logical credibility. Just as a child would. But I could be wrong, that's just what it seems like.
God isn't real. It doesn't matter how much you read or think, if you had a millions years to live, it still wouldn't make god real.

Lots of people become religious because they want it to be real they want to feel like there's an answer or some magic out there.

There is, but its found in the study of reality, science, logic, not in fueling the philosophical and meaningless ramblings and allegory from people who existed before humans knew how to make microprocessors.

We're a bag of chemicals, the religious experience is merely a feeling that we dress up. And there are plenty of cults waiting to sign you up and brainwash you towards their lies.

I'm sorry you've wasted your life trying to find meaning in religion. If more people were straight talking in this work, we would be using our precious time much more wisely instead of chasing after the documented liars who invent and continue to sell religion.

Since: Mar 11

United States

#33 Oct 28, 2012
Like all of them. Better yet tell me what OT messianic he cruelly fulfilled. Let me guess ride a jackass into Jerusalem?

Lmfao!
JordanUTT wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, what are the messianic prophecies in the OT that he didn't fulfill, like where are they in the Bible?(Book, Chapter, and Verse)

Since: Mar 11

United States

#34 Oct 28, 2012
*actually filled?

“Right click Left click Yay!”

Since: Dec 10

Nehwon

#35 Oct 28, 2012
JordanUTT wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually quite the opposite, I don't just "read" the Bible. I study it. You're making what is called a hasty generalization. Automatically assuming that I only listen to a man in a suit reading individual passages reading them to me and giving me his take on them. In fact your statement should be reversed. I do read the Bible for myself and it is the majority of Christians who don't go in depth and don't take time to study apologetics like I have. I would advise you to not even listen to them.
But it is quite impossible for you to judge my take on my religion, when this is the first time we've ever conversed and when you don't even believe my religion.
It comes across to me that you are trying to make your point by loud speaking and clever satirical phrases that don't really hold any logical credibility. Just as a child would. But I could be wrong, that's just what it seems like.
"study apologetics like I have."

In other words, desperately trying to fit the world into your preconceived beliefs of the Bible.

It's no wonder you didn't understand my post. You have no idea how to think outside the box.
nOgOd

Moline, IL

#36 Nov 23, 2012
I exist!
frogmann

Pittsburgh, PA

#37 Nov 24, 2012
youtube.com/watch... Old Bones found dont prove the person was God,,They didnt have modern DNA tech, in the Bible

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#38 Nov 25, 2012
JordanUTT wrote:
The problem here is that Christians (which i am one of) say that God created everything blah blah blah. yet in order to back up this claim we SHOULD be saying God is the creator and sustainer of all else that exists. Or in other words He created all natural things, when God Himself isn't natural at all. He, in fact, is supernatural. I, as a Christian, believe that God exists outside of the relm/limitations of time, thus being (in a way) infinite. God had no beginning and will have no end.
YHWH meanz he who causes to become or create.
if you take that meaning and you look at his creations his signiture is their.

He created humans to produce other humans etc.
God is a spirit he has no beginning or end

Humans have a beginning which is atheist can't understand a Creator but its only because we were created.

Since: Mar 11

Lexington, KY

#39 Nov 25, 2012
Wrong again half wit!

Yahweh YHWH means I am who I am. It's actually an ancient Jewish riddle so to speak. The ancient Jews worshipped a whole pantheon of gods with your Yahweh only being one of many. This accidently got left in your bible in a few places.

LMFAO!
spidersandsnakes wrote:
<quoted text>
YHWH meanz he who causes to become or create.
if you take that meaning and you look at his creations his signiture is their.
He created humans to produce other humans etc.
God is a spirit he has no beginning or end
Humans have a beginning which is atheist can't understand a Creator but its only because we were created.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#40 Nov 25, 2012
Givemeliberty wrote:
Lmfao I know! People are so stupid saying because Jesus rode into town on a jackass that proves he was the messiah/God! How many people rode into Jerusalem on a donkey that day? Dozens? Hundreds? Lmfao!
<quoted text>
Jesus was not God,he was the son of God.
Whether you believe in him or not,the Bible says everyone will he protects his people,

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#41 Nov 25, 2012
Givemeliberty wrote:
That's because you haven't read the bible like most Christians. Perhaps you should actually read the thing and not just the preacher approved passages.
<quoted text>
That is of no significance.
Jesus came show humans how to serve God. He gave them instructions to preach about Gods kingdom , if you pay attention to the lords prayer " let your kingdom come, let your will take place...

Jesus,is king of Gods kingdom... APPARENTLY the nations will somehow wipe out religion, but only Gods ppl will still be serving him, and every one is going to turn on them and God is going to protect them.

Since: Mar 11

Lexington, KY

#42 Nov 25, 2012
Actually it was a huge significance. Go reread that exchange you cult minded troll.

I swear you idiots just keep making jackasses out of yourself.
spidersandsnakes wrote:
<quoted text>
That is of no significance.
Jesus came show humans how to serve God. He gave them instructions to preach about Gods kingdom , if you pay attention to the lords prayer " let your kingdom come, let your will take place...
Jesus,is king of Gods kingdom... APPARENTLY the nations will somehow wipe out religion, but only Gods ppl will still be serving him, and every one is going to turn on them and God is going to protect them.

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#43 Nov 27, 2012
spidersandsnakes wrote:
<quoted text>
Jesus was not God,he was the son of God.
Whether you believe in him or not,the Bible says everyone will he protects his people,
God isn't real. It doesn't matter how much you read or think, if you had a millions years to live, it still wouldn't make god real.

Lots of people become religious because they want it to be real they want to feel like there's an answer or some magic out there.

There is, but its found in the study of reality, science, logic, not in fueling the philosophical and meaningless ramblings and allegory from people who existed before humans knew how to make microprocessors.

We're a bag of chemicals, the religious experience is merely a feeling that we dress up. And there are plenty of cults waiting to sign you up and brainwash you towards their lies.

I'm sorry you've wasted your life trying to find meaning in religion. If more people were straight talking in this work, we would be using our precious time much more wisely instead of chasing after the documented liars who invent and continue to sell religion.

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