Farewell
Lincoln

United States

#83 Mar 8, 2013
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
<quoted text>
I dunno-- I've seen 6 or 10 in previous threads.
:)
The moron behind them all even carried on "conversations" with itself...
... christian schizophrenia at it's finest.
I mean-- they all suffer from a mild case of schizophrenia it, what with them pretending to "talk to god/jewsus" and all that.
But sometimes, the talking to themselves goes way off-track.
It's both funny as hell, and sad to witness at the same time.
As Pope do you have Papal infallibility?


Papal infallibilitis a dogma of the Quantum-bots which states that, in virtue of the promise of goblygook is preserved from the possibility of error .

Langoliers

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#84 Mar 8, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
<quoted text>Again what religious beliefs do you hold?

Yes we know you won't answer but it's fun pointing out your lie.
"Again what religious beliefs do you hold?"

ATHEISM IS A RELIGION as deemed by the courts.

John Calvert, a lawyer and intelligent designproponent declared:

The Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Court of Appeals of the United States held that ATHEISM IS A RELIGION. Therefore, it cannot be promoted by a public school. Currently, public schools are often unwittingly promoting atheism through a dogmatic and uncritical teaching of materialistic theories of origins.

Since: Mar 11

Scottsburg, IN

#85 Mar 8, 2013
Still waiting for what religious beliefs you hold and rememeber you already said it wasn't a biblical based religion... And waiting.... and waiting.... and waiting....
and waiting

zzzzzzzzzzzzz
Lincoln wrote:
<quoted text>
As Pope do you have Papal infallibility?
Papal infallibilitis a dogma of the Quantum-bots which states that, in virtue of the promise of goblygook is preserved from the possibility of error .
Lincoln

United States

#86 Mar 8, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
Still waiting for what religious beliefs you hold and rememeber you already said it wasn't a biblical based religion... And waiting.... and waiting.... and waiting....
and waiting
zzzzzzzzzzzzz
<quoted text>
Yes. You may keep waiting. Would treat yours with respect.

Since: Mar 11

Scottsburg, IN

#87 Mar 8, 2013
Could you do that again in english?

So you just admitted that you lied. Couldn't even put together another religion for your lie eh? LMFAO!

We expected as much.

Now quick switch screen names to defend your lie!
Lincoln wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes. You may keep waiting. Would treat yours with respect.

“It's just a box of rain...”

Since: May 07

Knoxville, TN

#88 Mar 8, 2013
The twists and turns of the law are not easily navigate by minds with little aptitude for subtlety. What is true in the contest of prisoner's rights may not be true in other legal contexts. Nevertheless, even without that ruling, it would be unlawful to promote atheism as a part of a curriculum in a public school. But failing to promote creationism along with research-based science is not the same as promoting atheism. All of the science teachers I've known throughout the years have been Christians who reject creationism.

Strange? Perhaps, but true.
Lincoln

United States

#89 Mar 8, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
Could you do that again in english?
So you just admitted that you lied. Couldn't even put together another religion for your lie eh? LMFAO!
We expected as much.
Now quick switch screen names to defend your lie!
<quoted text>
I don't state my religion.
Does this trouble you?

Since: Mar 11

Scottsburg, IN

#90 Mar 8, 2013
Why are you so ashamed of your religion? Does it humiliate you that much?
Lincoln wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't state my religion.
Does this trouble you?

“Citizen_Patriot_ Voter_Atheist!”

Since: May 09

Earth,TX

#91 Mar 8, 2013
Lincoln wrote:
<quoted text>
Odd waste of time of your part
but
reveals your opinion of a group of people?
I don't remember putting any of my opinion into that post, the nearest I came to that was a sarcastic question as to it's appropriateness to you the Jewish Rabbi's follower.

Those words were derived from the content of the holy tomes of the Jewish religion, the Torah, and Sanhedrin. My opinion is that all religion is crock, and those that would sacrifice a child's innocence to any man's sexual pleasure needs to be immediately eradicated from the planet, along with the gods, godlings, prophets, and all other assorted crap pertaining to that religion .

Langoliers

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#92 Mar 8, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
<quoted text>Why are you so ashamed of your religion? Does it humiliate you that much?
Ditto

“Citizen_Patriot_ Voter_Atheist!”

Since: May 09

Earth,TX

#93 Mar 8, 2013
NightSerf wrote:
<quoted text>
I remember years ago when my family joined the Jewish Community Center to take advantage of its excellent preschool program. In the process, we met some wonderful people, and as I was talking about that at work, I noticed that some of my coworkers were uncomfortable with the word, "Jew." That surprised me, and I realized that to them, the word was a slur on a par with the n-word. I didn't see it that way because I have genuinely liked almost all of the Jews that I have known and because I see Jewishness as one variation of "normal." I think modern American Jews regard their Gentile neighbors pretty much the same way--the rampant anti-Semitism that characterized early 20th century America seems to have dissipated to near nothingness--or has it?
A little over a year after my divorce, I began dating a Jewish woman. At the time, I was ambivalent about atheism and was reconnecting with local Baha'is. I took my date (also an atheist) to a Baha'i celebration, either Ayyam-i-Ha or Naw Ruz, I'm a little foggy about that. To my surprise, she asked to leave early because she felt that her Jewishness was making some of the Baha'is uncomfortable, mostly the substantial Iranian component of the local community. Coming from members of a Faith that teaches the unity of mankind and advocates the elimination of all prejudice, this gave me great pause. The Baha'i faith originated in Iran, and its believers are thought to be among the most deepened and mature in the world. I would have expected them to be welcoming and warm. Apparently, they were not, and that was one of the factors that caused be to back away from religion slowly and carefully before bolting and running.
One of my oldest Baha'i friends is coming to town and we have set up a visit. I was going to avoid religion altogether, but I am tempted to ask him about his take on the attitudes of Iranian Baha'is toward Jews. But maybe not. I'd rather enjoy his company than argue over it.
So here's the question that emerges from this long ramble: How, if at all, do the attitudes of non-Jewish believers and of nonbelievers towards Jews and Jewishness differ? If this a conversation worth having, this is as good a place as any to have it.
The Jewish Community Center, Houston, Texas, night classes, many moons ago helped to broaden my own horizons, but it was there that a dear friend of several years, decided to tell me that he was both gay and Jewish because I apparently hadn't noticed, it just seems never to become an issue or even of interest to me. I have had the same thing happen repeatedly, so my perceptions of any persons heritage as a touchstone to who they are is a bit off-kilter. So I am not the one who can answer that question.

Last xmas, I got a homemade photo card from another friend and his family, that said "Merry Christmas from your BLACK friends", inside he wrote, "Hey if I didn't tell you, who would?"

Their religions now, are a whole 'nuther animal, I never quit watching for the knife to the back, and I can run with the best of them, even though we all know that you just have to be faster than any one "somebody else".

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#94 Mar 8, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
<quoted text>
"Again what religious beliefs do you hold?"
ATHEISM IS A RELIGION as deemed by the courts.
John Calvert, a lawyer and intelligent designproponent declared:
The Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Court of Appeals of the United States held that ATHEISM IS A RELIGION. Therefore, it cannot be promoted by a public school. Currently, public schools are often unwittingly promoting atheism through a dogmatic and uncritical teaching of materialistic theories of origins.
So?

Materialistic theories are... reality.

Your hate-cult's evil beliefs? Fantasy.
Lincoln

United States

#95 Mar 9, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
Still waiting for what religious beliefs you hold and rememeber you already said it wasn't a biblical based religion... And waiting.... and waiting.... and waiting....
and waiting
zzzzzzzzzzzzz
<quoted text>
Frustrated by the decline of your philosophy is understandable.
Lincoln

United States

#96 Mar 9, 2013
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
<quoted text>
So?
Materialistic theories are... reality.
Your hate-cult's evil beliefs? Fantasy.
Your posts may have convinced people to avoid your philosophy of name calling

Since: Mar 11

Scottsburg, IN

#97 Mar 9, 2013
You are too cowardly to state your beliefs, I mean wow how pathetic is that?

Good grief shove some miracle grow down your pants and grow a pair!
Lincoln wrote:
<quoted text>
Frustrated by the decline of your philosophy is understandable.
Lincoln

United States

#98 Mar 9, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
You are too cowardly to state your beliefs, I mean wow how pathetic is that?
Good grief shove some miracle grow down your pants and grow a pair!
<quoted text>
Your atheist evangelism suggested well deserved desperation.
Atheists wish control of America;
end up posting in chat rooms.
Evangelical Christians and Evangelical Atheists seem similar and comical.

Since: Mar 11

Scottsburg, IN

#99 Mar 9, 2013
That's a funny way of saying you are deeply ashamed of your beliefs.

In fact now you are just babbling making no sense at all.

Be sure to tithe at church this Sunday okay?
Lincoln wrote:
<quoted text>
Your atheist evangelism suggested well deserved desperation.
Atheists wish control of America;
end up posting in chat rooms.
Evangelical Christians and Evangelical Atheists seem similar and comical.
Lincoln

United States

#100 Mar 9, 2013
IT HAS not taken long for the New Atheism to become old hat. The term has been used to denote the writers of a series of bestselling books published in the past decade (among them Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, and A. C. Grayling). Already, the movement is under serious pressure from a Church that - for all its recent upheavals - is showing signs of practical and intellectual renewal.

“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

Since: Dec 06

Tulsa, Oklahoma USofA

#101 Mar 9, 2013
Givemeliberty wrote:
That's a funny way of saying you are deeply ashamed of your beliefs.
In fact now you are just babbling making no sense at all.
Be sure to tithe at church this Sunday okay?
<quoted text>
LOL!
Jimmy

Hove, UK

#102 Mar 10, 2013
Langoliers wrote:
<quoted text>
"Again what religious beliefs do you hold?"
ATHEISM IS A RELIGION as deemed by the courts.
John Calvert, a lawyer and intelligent designproponent declared:
The last line give it away.

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