Humanism is of the devil!!!
Thinking

Cirencester, UK

#22 Nov 18, 2012
A lot of mental got packed into your small brain. Praiz.
ms_tickled wrote:
Ok,I posted this awhile back but it seeminly got removed so..here it is again. It is an insane form of thinking that invades the mind convincing it of its superiority over God and His Word. The bible is God's word. The King James Bible is the inerrant,infallible,preserved, eternal word of God. Whether the heathen....I repeat whether the heathen, and many here are heathens...whether you want to accept the bible as God's word or not is IRRELEVANT..The bible is God's word.(1Peter1:23,Hebrew4:12) by, Jesusissavior.com
Gillette

Fairfield, IA

#23 Nov 18, 2012
Christian humanism

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_humani...

Excerpt

Christian humanism emphasizes the humanity of Jesus, his social teachings and his propensity to synthesize human spirituality and materialism. It regards humanist principles like universal human dignity and individual freedom and the primacy of human happiness as essential and principal components of, or at least compatible with, the teachings of Jesus Christ. Christian humanism can be perceived as a philosophical union of Judeo-Christian ethics and humanist principles.[1]

Early Middle Ages

After the fall of the Roman Empire and the civilization of barbarians, there were thoughts of a more Christianized humanity for society. Western Christian clerics controlled education, since only the monasteries remained as seats of learning. Charlemagne requested that scholars set up places of learning that would become universities in the twelfth century. Eastern Christians meanwhile continued the late Antique practice of studying in the homes of secular masters, studying the same curriculum of "classical" Greek authors as their predecessors in the Roman period: Homer's Iliad, Plato's dialogues, Aristotle's Categories, Demosthenes' speeches, Galen, Dioscurides, Strabo and others. Christian education in the East largely was relegated to learning to read the Bible at the knees of one's parents and the rudiments of grammar in the letters of Basil or the homilies of Gregory Nazianzus.
[edit]High Middle Ages

Formal aspects of Greek philosophy, namely syllogistic reasoning, arose in both the Byzantine Empire and Western European circles in the eleventh century to inform the process of theology. However, the Byzantine hierarchy during the reign of Alexios I Komnenos (1081–1118) convicted several thinkers of applying "human" logic to "divine" matters. Peter Abelard's work encountered similar ecclesiastical resistance in the West in the same period. Nonetheless, Western universities including Padua and Bologna, Paris and Oxford resulted from the so-called Gregorian Reform, which encouraged a new kind of cleric clustered around cathedrals, the secular canon. The cathedral schools meant to train clerics for the growing clerical bureaucracy soon served as training grounds for talented young men to train in medicine, law, and the liberal arts of the quadrivium and trivium, in addition to Christian theology. Classical Latin texts and translations of Greek texts served as the basis of non-theological education. A primitive humanism actually started when the papacy began protecting the Northern Cluniacs and Cistercians and the Church formed a unifying bond. Monks and friars went on crusades and St. Bernard counseled kings. Priests were frequently Lord Chancellors in England and in France. Christian views became present in all aspects of society. There was a stressed importance that one must serve God and others. Furthermore, there was a view of human nature that was both hopeful and Christian. All offices, civil, and academic works had religious elements. In addition, religion influenced medicine with the Good Samaritan of the Gospels and St. Luke. The idea of free people under God came from this time and spread from the West to other areas of the world.

See more on the history of humanism WITHIN Christianity at the link above
Gillette

Fairfield, IA

#24 Nov 18, 2012
mztza wrote:
<quoted text>
when one is truly disobedient to our creater
you'll burn, thats it
I'm not an atheist and I'm not "disobedient to my creator," whatever you may imagine THAT to mean.

I just don't agree with your understanding of religion and who my creator is, etc.

For that your God, Jesus, has no other option than to burn and torture me ceaselessly, forever and ever, for millions and millions of years, sadistically?

Do you realize how truly SICK your theology seems?
mztza wrote:
<quoted text>
GOD created everything for you, clothes, air, sun, water, food
and you don't appreciate nothing for what GOD has provided for you
that makes you an ingrate
Again, I don't happen to agree with your childish Jesus Freak theology. That doesn't make me an "ingrate," etc.

And the punishment for being an ingrate is eternal torture on the part of your God?

Sick, no?

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#25 Nov 18, 2012
David UK wrote:
<quoted text>
Your one ugly fool
Wait a minute, is your pic up you crawdaggin scallywag? Put it up before you freely insult dog breath.

Since: Aug 08

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#26 Nov 18, 2012
Hmmmmmm....I see once again some busters here have gotten verbally kicked in the nards and can't handle it any other way except to insult and show who you truly are wimpy stinkin sissies!!!

Since: Aug 08

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#27 Nov 18, 2012
15th Dalai Lama wrote:
<quoted text>
You are going to hell because you are an evil person.
I'm going to hell because I'm evil thats your own spiritually retarded opinion. And if this was honestly true which it ain't cause you don't doggone know me...but your raggety behind is surely going for giving honor and bowing the knee to a false god.

Cookie_Parker

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#28 Nov 18, 2012
Gillette wrote:
Christian humanism
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_humani...
Excerpt
Christian humanism emphasizes the humanity of Jesus, his social teachings and his propensity to synthesize human spirituality and materialism. It regards humanist principles like universal human dignity and individual freedom and the primacy of human happiness as essential and principal components of, or at least compatible with, the teachings of Jesus Christ. Christian humanism can be perceived as a philosophical union of Judeo-Christian ethics and humanist principles.[1]
Early Middle Ages
After the fall of the Roman Empire and the civilization of barbarians, there were thoughts of a more Christianized humanity for society. Western Christian clerics controlled education, since only the monasteries remained as seats of learning. Charlemagne requested that scholars set up places of learning that would become universities in the twelfth century. Eastern Christians meanwhile continued the late Antique practice of studying in the homes of secular masters, studying the same curriculum of "classical" Greek authors as their predecessors in the Roman period: Homer's Iliad, Plato's dialogues, Aristotle's Categories, Demosthenes' speeches, Galen, Dioscurides, Strabo and others. Christian education in the East largely was relegated to learning to read the Bible at the knees of one's parents and the rudiments of grammar in the letters of Basil or the homilies of Gregory Nazianzus.
[edit]High Middle Ages
Formal aspects of Greek philosophy, namely syllogistic reasoning, arose in both the Byzantine Empire and Western European circles in the eleventh century to inform the process of theology. However, the Byzantine hierarchy during the reign of Alexios I Komnenos (1081–1118) convicted several thinkers of applying "human" logic to "divine" matters. Peter Abelard's work encountered similar ecclesiastical resistance in the West in the same period. Nonetheless, Western universities including Padua and Bologna, Paris and Oxford resulted from the so-called Gregorian Reform, which encouraged a new kind of cleric clustered around cathedrals, the secular canon. The cathedral schools meant to train clerics for the growing clerical bureaucracy soon served as training grounds for talented young men to train in medicine, law, and the liberal arts of the quadrivium and trivium, in addition to Christian theology. Classical Latin texts and translations of Greek texts served as the basis of non-theological education. A primitive humanism actually started when the papacy began protecting the Northern Cluniacs and Cistercians and the Church formed a unifying bond. Monks and friars went on crusades and St. Bernard counseled kings. Priests were frequently Lord Chancellors in England and in France. Christian views became present in all aspects of society. There was a stressed importance that one must serve God and others. Furthermore, there was a view of human nature that was both hopeful and Christian. All offices, civil, and academic works had religious elements. In addition, religion influenced medicine with the Good Samaritan of the Gospels and St. Luke. The idea of free people under God came from this time and spread from the West to other areas of the world.
See more on the history of humanism WITHIN Christianity at the link above
This is great find...thanks, Gillette

“ ILKS r kewl ”

Since: Apr 09

Conch republic

#29 Nov 18, 2012
ms_tickled wrote:
Hmmmmmm....I see once again some busters here have gotten verbally kicked in the nards and can't handle it any other way except to insult and show who you truly are wimpy stinkin sissies!!!
You know 'nards' quite well, eh?

How the corner treatin ya? Did yo pimp be down on ya for not 'producin'? get back to werk gurl, your john aint gonna wait all day!
Gillette

Fairfield, IA

#30 Nov 18, 2012
Cookie_Parker wrote:
<quoted text>
This is great find...thanks, Gillette
Thanks. I don't know where these uneducated Protestant yobs get their ideas about humanism, but it came straight out of the Christian church! LOL

Cookie_Parker

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#31 Nov 18, 2012
Gillette wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks. I don't know where these uneducated Protestant yobs get their ideas about humanism, but it came straight out of the Christian church! LOL
I know...well, their preacher men are NOT educated and many just think you can take the bible literally...shows just how uneducated they are and easily manipulated to vote to make the rich richer...

That really was a great post...thanks.

Since: Aug 08

Location hidden

#32 Nov 18, 2012
Troth for Leogere wrote:
<quoted text>You know 'nards' quite well, eh?
How the corner treatin ya? Did yo pimp be down on ya for not 'producin'? get back to werk gurl, your john aint gonna wait all day!
Um, are you from the UK too? It sure wouldn't surprise me one bit, many of you turkey's called men over in those foreign country are quick to call American women hoes and what not but be the first ones all posted up on this net showing your nasty privates ready to get you somethin. It takes a skilled hoe to know one so try not to spill the beans on yourself too much here jr....oooops too late.smh
Gillette

Fairfield, IA

#33 Nov 18, 2012
ms_tickled wrote:
<quoted text>Um, are you from the UK too? It sure wouldn't surprise me one bit, many of you turkey's called men over in those foreign country are quick to call American women hoes and what not but be the first ones all posted up on this net showing your nasty privates ready to get you somethin. It takes a skilled hoe to know one so try not to spill the beans on yourself too much here jr....oooops too late.smh
Yep, thar's yer JESUS talkin'.

And we supossed to WORSHIP this clod? LOL

“ ILKS r kewl ”

Since: Apr 09

Conch republic

#34 Nov 18, 2012
ms_tickled wrote:
<quoted text>Um, are you from the UK too? It sure wouldn't surprise me one bit, many of you turkey's called men over in those foreign country are quick to call American women hoes and what not but be the first ones all posted up on this net showing your nasty privates ready to get you somethin. It takes a skilled hoe to know one so try not to spill the beans on yourself too much here jr....oooops too late.smh
Nope.. Im from the good ol US of A.. where you ladies of the night are normally crack smokin wenches!

How long is your rap sheet btw?

“Invisible Pink Unicorn”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#35 Nov 18, 2012
ms_tickled wrote:
Hmmmmmm....I see once again some busters here have gotten verbally kicked in the nards and can't handle it any other way except to insult and show who you truly are wimpy stinkin sissies!!!
Hilarious, So you can post this crap:
ms_tickled wrote:
<quoted text>Wait a minute, is your pic up you crawdaggin scallywag? Put it up before you freely insult dog breath.
and this:
ms_tickled wrote:
<quoted text>I'm going to hell because I'm evil thats your own spiritually retarded opinion. And if this was honestly true which it ain't cause you don't doggone know me...but your raggety behind is surely going for giving honor and bowing the knee to a false god.
Yet you believe you hold the moral high ground. ROFLMAO.

“ ILKS r kewl ”

Since: Apr 09

Conch republic

#36 Nov 18, 2012
Jammercolo wrote:
<quoted text>
Hilarious, So you can post this crap:
<quoted text>
and this:
<quoted text>
Yet you believe you hold the moral high ground. ROFLMAO.
She is rather comical in her delusional little world, isnt she?
spandexxx

Rijswijk, Netherlands

#37 Nov 20, 2012
mztza wrote:
<quoted text>
when one is truly disobedient to our creater
you'll burn, thats it
GOD created everything for you, clothes, air, sun, water, food
and you don't appreciate nothing for what GOD has provided for you
that makes you an ingrate
your own EGO won't even let you say thankyou to the creater (GOD)
but that doesn't stop you from UTILISING what GOD gave you
if you don't believe, go to your scientists and ask them to create something out of NOTHING
God created everything for us?
I'll pick one air...if god made us he made us so that we need air to live...why the hell do we need to be thankfull for that?Are you insane?Its more of a curse then a blessing just like food.If he made us needing air but placing us on a planet without it we would never even have come to life genius just like food or water...those requirments he put on us cost nothing but suffering.
If god trully is all powerfull he could have easily made us not needing all that stuff to live.
And who says that something came out of nothing?
You clearly don't know what your talking about.

“theholychristian church.com”

Since: Jun 10

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#38 Nov 21, 2012
ms_tickled wrote:
The humanist openly admit that they don't believe in God,heaven or hell. This is to every person here that is a humanist, demise. It is such atheistic Godless minded thinkers who are controlling the public school system in America. Might as well get some in yo face live and direct truth.
You are apitemy of the 'Hypocrite playing christian'.

a) Christians follow Jesus - everything he taught. This begins with accepting that repentance and baptism are absolutely necessary to become a christian and a holy
person. Repentance = casting out the old and embracing the Gospel of Jesus. But you don't accept this and thus are not a christian.

b) we shall know you by your fruit, says Jesus. And what do we have here??? Because Humanist do not believe in God they are from SATAN??? What a total
nonsense. You accept the humanist as christ has not told you that they are of the devil, nor that they are evil, nor that you should reject them as people: how could he
if you teaches you that you should love your neighbour like your self????

c) you are an appalling example of a so-called christian: not A CHRISTIAN at all.

Your faked christianity is false and, as Jesus tells you: condemns you! You are from SATAN, not the HUMANIST.

Many humanist are FAR better people to the world than you so-called christian; the impostors of christianity.

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- The Gospel is not the way you like to see it: it is the way it is.
- Jesus taught those who follow him only to Preach what he taught them - for they can never Teach you.

Calling The Unbeliever, Confronting The Lukewarm, Exposing The Hypocrite
Do Not Follow Men, Nor Churches! Come to Christ, says God!
http://www.theholychristianchurch.com/christi...
http://www.theholychristianchurch.com/baptism...

- Murder: the unauthorized (by God) killing of a creature
- Killing: the authorized (by God) putting to death of a creature
- Judging: In Christianity, the prohibited 'judging' is to execute a penalty upon another as retribution for their sins.
- CO1 5: 12 For what have I to do to judge them also that are without? do not ye judge them that are within?

“theholychristian church.com”

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#39 Nov 21, 2012
ms_tickled wrote:
Ok,I posted this awhile back but it seeminly got removed so..here it is again. It is an insane form of thinking that invades the mind convincing it of its superiority over God and His Word. The bible is God's word. The King James Bible is the inerrant,infallible,preserved, eternal word of God. Whether the heathen....I repeat whether the heathen, and many here are heathens...whether you want to accept the bible as God's word or not is IRRELEVANT..The bible is God's word.(1Peter1:23,Hebrew4:12) by, Jesusissavior.com
You don't accept the baptism as it is given to us and so you ARE NO CHRISTIAN. You are a
hypocrite.

Nobody is to be condemned by you or anyone for not believing the Gospel. God says they are
condemned (meaning he shall kill their spirit after the body has dies): but you need not even
mention that for you are right under their feet burning in the same fire.

----------

- The Gospel is not the way you like to see it: it is the way it is.
- Jesus taught those who follow him only to Preach what he taught them - for they can never Teach you.

Calling The Unbeliever, Confronting The Lukewarm, Exposing The Hypocrite
Do Not Follow Men, Nor Churches! Come to Christ, says God!
http://www.theholychristianchurch.com/christi...
http://www.theholychristianchurch.com/baptism...

- Murder: the unauthorized (by God) killing of a creature
- Killing: the authorized (by God) putting to death of a creature
- Judging: In Christianity, the prohibited 'judging' is to execute a penalty upon another as retribution for their sins.
- CO1 5: 12 For what have I to do to judge them also that are without? do not ye judge them that are within?

Cookie_Parker

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#41 Nov 24, 2012
Cliff09 wrote:
<quoted text>
You don't accept the baptism as it is given to us and so you ARE NO CHRISTIAN. You are a
hypocrite.
Nobody is to be condemned by you or anyone for not believing the Gospel. God says they are
condemned (meaning he shall kill their spirit after the body has dies): but you need not even
mention that for you are right under their feet burning in the same fire.
----------
- The Gospel is not the way you like to see it: it is the way it is.
- Jesus taught those who follow him only to Preach what he taught them - for they can never Teach you.
Calling The Unbeliever, Confronting The Lukewarm, Exposing The Hypocrite
Do Not Follow Men, Nor Churches! Come to Christ, says God!
http://www.theholychristianchurch.com/christi...
http://www.theholychristianchurch.com/baptism...
- Murder: the unauthorized (by God) killing of a creature
- Killing: the authorized (by God) putting to death of a creature
- Judging: In Christianity, the prohibited 'judging' is to execute a penalty upon another as retribution for their sins.
- CO1 5: 12 For what have I to do to judge them also that are without? do not ye judge them that are within?
Again, according the the interpretation of the bible and an upstart church/religion preacher man, Jeff.

“Invisible Pink Unicorn”

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#42 Nov 25, 2012
ms_tickled wrote:
Hmmmmmm....I see once again some busters here have gotten verbally kicked in the nards and can't handle it any other way except to insult and show who you truly are wimpy stinkin sissies!!!
Hypocrite

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