Why would any all powerful god need t...
Thinking

Winsford, UK

#42 Mar 5, 2013
How do miscarried foetuses sin?
dollarsbill wrote:
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No.
Romans 6:23 (ESV)
23 For the wages of sin is death,

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#43 Mar 5, 2013
Thinking wrote:
How do miscarried foetuses sin?
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They don't.
Thinking

Winsford, UK

#44 Mar 5, 2013
Do thank your god for miscarriages.

The cu*t.
dollarsbill wrote:
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They don't.
one way

Kleinfeltersville, PA

#45 Mar 5, 2013
God needs nothing, but his creation needs God. Therefore the creation whom worships its Creator is doing that what is natural, to admire the one whom created them.
one way

Kleinfeltersville, PA

#47 Mar 5, 2013
FundiMENTALslayer wrote:
<quoted text>WARNING WARNING! PENNY NATIVE alert! PENNY NATIVE alert! WARNING
Stick to the topic, because YOU MAKE NO SENSE.

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#48 Mar 5, 2013
Thinking wrote:
Do thank your god for miscarriages.
The cu*t.
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There is a cure for illiteracy.
Thinking

Winsford, UK

#50 Mar 6, 2013
It's called apostasy.
dollarsbill wrote:
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There is a cure for illiteracy.

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#51 Mar 6, 2013
Thinking wrote:
It's called apostasy.
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More illiteracy. You shouldn't get on forums until you learn to read.
Thinking

Winsford, UK

#52 Mar 6, 2013
Oh the irony.

You think jesus was illiterate because he didn't know who his dad was.
dollarsbill wrote:
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More illiteracy. You shouldn't get on forums until you learn to read.

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#53 Mar 6, 2013
Thinking wrote:
Oh the irony.
You think jesus was illiterate because he didn't know who his dad was.
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Wrong again, He knew.

Matthew 7:21 (NKJV)
21 "Not everyone who says to Me,'Lord, Lord,' shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of MY FATHER in heaven.
Thinking

Winsford, UK

#54 Mar 6, 2013
Why?
dollarsbill wrote:
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Wrong again, He knew.
Matthew 7:21 (NKJV)
21 "Not everyone who says to Me,'Lord, Lord,' shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of MY FATHER in heaven.

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#55 Mar 6, 2013
Thinking wrote:
Do thank your god for miscarriages.
Do thank your god for cot death.
Do thank your god for childhood leukaemia.
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No, I don't. I also don't know what that has to do with my previous post, but I sense a great deal of frustration and hurt in your questions, which frankly I find understandable. I see alot of painful things as a hospital chaplain and I find my peace by remembering we have a broken world and there is hope for it in the love and power of Christ. I hope you find peace.

“Wear white at night.”

Since: Jun 09

Albuquerque

#56 Mar 6, 2013
Stedfast wrote:
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No, I don't. I also don't know what that has to do with my previous post, but I sense a great deal of frustration and hurt in your questions, which frankly I find understandable. I see alot of painful things as a hospital chaplain and I find my peace by remembering we have a broken world and there is hope for it in the love and power of Christ. I hope you find peace.
A hospital chaplain? No wonder you're one of the few decent fundies in the forum. We have a priest from India staying a month to learn Spanish. He brought three priest friends to the mission Monday and one of them is working as a chaplain at a hospital where I worked for almost fifteen years. With padre, that made five priests in the same room at once. I suggested a basketball game, The Padres Versus The Pagans.

God bless you, Stedfast.
Thinking

Winsford, UK

#57 Mar 7, 2013
If only you knew of an all powerful deity that could've made the world a better place.

I firmly believe that Dark Ages christianity inflicted a terrible set back on our progress. We should have cured disease centuries ago.

Those that praise god for all they deem good, whilst blaming man for all they deem bad, are part of this problem.
Stedfast wrote:
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No, I don't. I also don't know what that has to do with my previous post, but I sense a great deal of frustration and hurt in your questions, which frankly I find understandable. I see alot of painful things as a hospital chaplain and I find my peace by remembering we have a broken world and there is hope for it in the love and power of Christ. I hope you find peace.

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#58 Mar 7, 2013
Thinking wrote:
If only you knew of an all powerful deity that could've made the world a better place.
I firmly believe that Dark Ages christianity inflicted a terrible set back on our progress. We should have cured disease centuries ago.
Those that praise god for all they deem good, whilst blaming man for all they deem bad, are part of this problem.
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We are in agreement about the Dark Ages, but not about blaming. I don't blame the human race, but believe we need to take responsibility for our own actions and the state of the world as it is. It is too easy to blame God for things we are responsible to "oversee" - feeding each other, helping each other, loving each other. When we fail, we blame God, which of course does't work.

Natural disasters and tragedies may not be the direct result of individual decisions, but are the result of a broken planet that wasn't supposed to be this way (what Biblical Christians call the "curse"). God has a provision for all these things, and although everyone of us would like to ask Him why He set up the world to work this way, entrusting it to such as ourselves, I have come to believe the only other option would have been to completely destroy it forever - something He wasn't willing to do. He could have started over with one of His other spheres, I'm grateful for His provision for another chance.

The problem is within us - not with God.

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#59 Mar 7, 2013
15th Dalai Lama wrote:
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A hospital chaplain? No wonder you're one of the few decent fundies in the forum. We have a priest from India staying a month to learn Spanish. He brought three priest friends to the mission Monday and one of them is working as a chaplain at a hospital where I worked for almost fifteen years. With padre, that made five priests in the same room at once. I suggested a basketball game, The Padres Versus The Pagans.
God bless you, Stedfast.
Hi 15th - that basketball game sounds hilarious...God bless you too.
Thinking

Winsford, UK

#60 Mar 7, 2013
If you believe your god to be all powerful then I believe your god is evil because we have evidence of avoidable suffering.
Stedfast wrote:
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We are in agreement about the Dark Ages, but not about blaming. I don't blame the human race, but believe we need to take responsibility for our own actions and the state of the world as it is. It is too easy to blame God for things we are responsible to "oversee" - feeding each other, helping each other, loving each other. When we fail, we blame God, which of course does't work.
Natural disasters and tragedies may not be the direct result of individual decisions, but are the result of a broken planet that wasn't supposed to be this way (what Biblical Christians call the "curse"). God has a provision for all these things, and although everyone of us would like to ask Him why He set up the world to work this way, entrusting it to such as ourselves, I have come to believe the only other option would have been to completely destroy it forever - something He wasn't willing to do. He could have started over with one of His other spheres, I'm grateful for His provision for another chance.
The problem is within us - not with God.

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#61 Mar 7, 2013
Thinking wrote:
Why?
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VERY ignorant question.
little lamb

Australia

#62 Mar 7, 2013
Thinking wrote:
If only you knew of an all powerful deity that could've made the world a better place.
I firmly believe that Dark Ages christianity inflicted a terrible set back on our progress. We should have cured disease centuries ago.
Those that praise god for all they deem good, whilst blaming man for all they deem bad, are part of this problem.
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Its true ..The middle ages was a time of terrible injustices by the church..Jesus warned his disciples " the night was coming when no man could do any work"

and when you know night means darkness, and you know that the Light was flickering in men...because at the same time it was the monasteries with Christians that were founding schools and hospitals and were the ones that started to investigate in a scientific manner...All had their genesis in Christian thinking the promise Jesus made was he is returning ..and he is the light...and he says we will do the works he did even greater works...And he rose the dead.

A person who is an atheistic scientist weighs up evidence by what he sees...he is limited.

a Christian on the other hand is told by Jesus 'nothing is impossible for us ' if we have FAITH.
Thinking

Winsford, UK

#63 Mar 8, 2013
Until I see statistical evidence that believer's children have better outcomes from leukaemia, or that you have less miscarriages or less cot deaths, then I shall continue to file this claim under "Bollocks".
little lamb wrote:
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a Christian on the other hand is told by Jesus 'nothing is impossible for us ' if we have FAITH.

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