Xtians will you make the case

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Had to step over trolls to get to you Star, but you're right. What an utterly NON-example of a Christian that troll is.
What an utter example of what a compassionless human being (term used lightly) you are.
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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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Your trollish book of ignorance really does not matter to me or many others.
Now that I've had my laugh at your ignorance, listen up child troll.
NDE
Definition of (NDE) NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCE
Experience in which the world is apparently perceived from somewhere outside the body. A person having such an experience may perceive his or her real physical body below, often from the perspective of a nonphysical body which in some cases appears attached to the physical body by a cord. The experience has most often been reported by those who have temporarily 'died' but have then been resuscitated after a period of unconsciousness. A near-death experience (NDE) is the perception reported by a person who nearly died or who was clinically dead and revived. They are somewhat common, especially since the development of cardiac resuscitation techniques, and are reported in approximately one-fifth of persons who revive from clinical death. The experience often includes an out-of-body experience.
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Now read that until it sinks into your thick trollish noggin.
NDE = Near Death Experience = NOT dead. This makes you a LIAR because riddled in this forum are 'claims' that you declared you died.

Talk about thick.

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NDanger wrote:
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What an utter example of what a compassionless human being (term used lightly) you are.
I do wish you would realize that your immature attempts at insulting others, does not even make sense most of the time. Like in your above immature attempt.

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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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You just make it so damn easy to prove my point.
Are you happy now that I gave you SOME attention?
Why don't you educate yourself and join us adults in these discussions/debates?
Speaking of discussions...what faith are you?

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OKAY wrote:
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NDE = Near Death Experience = NOT dead. This makes you a LIAR because riddled in this forum are 'claims' that you declared you died.
Talk about thick.
Thanks for ONCE AGAIN showing everyone how retarded you are.

Now do go get an adult to explain this to you:

NDE
Definition of (NDE) NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCE

Experience in which the world is apparently perceived from somewhere outside the body. A person having such an experience may perceive his or her real physical body below, often from the perspective of a nonphysical body which in some cases appears attached to the physical body by a cord. The experience has most often been reported by those who have temporarily 'died' but have then been resuscitated after a period of unconsciousness. A near-death experience (NDE) is the perception reported by a person who nearly died or who was clinically dead and revived. They are somewhat common, especially since the development of cardiac resuscitation techniques, and are reported in approximately one-fifth of persons who revive from clinical death. The experience often includes an out-of-body experience.

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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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Thanks for ONCE AGAIN showing everyone how retarded you are.
4u..
http://www.topix.com/forum/religion/christian...
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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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Thanks for ONCE AGAIN showing everyone how retarded you are.
Now do go get an adult to explain this to you:
NDE
Definition of (NDE) NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCE
Experience in which the world is apparently perceived from somewhere outside the body. A person having such an experience may perceive his or her real physical body below, often from the perspective of a nonphysical body which in some cases appears attached to the physical body by a cord. The experience has most often been reported by those who have temporarily 'died' but have then been resuscitated after a period of unconsciousness. A near-death experience (NDE) is the perception reported by a person who nearly died or who was clinically dead and revived. They are somewhat common, especially since the development of cardiac resuscitation techniques, and are reported in approximately one-fifth of persons who revive from clinical death. The experience often includes an out-of-body experience.
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Now read that until it sinks into your thick trollish noggin.
Which has >>>NOTHING<< < to do with my post. So here thick boy, let us try this again:

NDE = Near Death Experience = NOT dead. This makes you a LIAR because riddled in this forum are 'claims' that you declared you died.

Talk about thick.

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OKAY wrote:
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Which has >>>NOTHING<< < to do with my post. So here thick boy, let us try this again:
NDE = Near Death Experience = NOT dead. This makes you a LIAR because riddled in this forum are 'claims' that you declared you died.
Talk about thick.
Thanks for ONCE AGAIN showing everyone how retarded you are.

Now do go get an adult to explain this to you:

NDE
Definition of (NDE) NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCE

Experience in which the world is apparently perceived from somewhere outside the body. A person having such an experience may perceive his or her real physical body below, often from the perspective of a nonphysical body which in some cases appears attached to the physical body by a cord. The experience has most often been reported by those who have temporarily 'died' but have then been resuscitated after a period of unconsciousness. A near-death experience (NDE) is the perception reported by a person who nearly died or who was clinically dead and revived. They are somewhat common, especially since the development of cardiac resuscitation techniques, and are reported in approximately one-fifth of persons who revive from clinical death. The experience often includes an out-of-body experience.

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James wrote:
<quoted text>Is there any wiggle room? Since everyone built their own religion, I think yes! What do you think about God having some poor guy stoned to death for picking up sticks on the Sabbath(Numbers 15: 32-36) but today we have preachers working on the Sabbath while being paid by the church!
It was the Law at that time with that people, not now.

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Punisher wrote:
for this oft heard claim of Moral Absolutism...?
What are they and how are they absolute, and why?
Are the 10 commandments absolutes? Is there wiggle room in any of them?
Do it the right way - define terms, explain, donít preach, when you use a B-quote explain why you're using it, define the terms therein when you think needed...explain your exceptions,(should there be any exceptions?) and why they are allowed...
Pretend you are being tested by Your God to convince him of your understanding of His morality. Pretend you are teaching an Alien who has asked you to explain why You think your Belief system is superior, has taken the mantle of THE Moral Arbiter, and why it should be such.
And for extra credit, explain (similarly) why itís morally/ethically and logically acceptable for Him to not do as he says. Why is the Law Maker exempt? Is that truly a good model for anything/one?
HOUSE RULES;
1. ANY posts that merely run a list of Bible quotes are to be IGNORED! Everyone you read that clearly? If someone posts a laundry list of B-quotes we are to ignore them. Even if they include a small preamble Ė which is likely not to be explanatory in any real way.(Letís look to Roman Rode Hard as example of such a post)
2. Donít make shyte up. Don't make up claims, or rely on claims about other belief systems as to their basis, credibility, etc.
3. Donít argue against another system to prove yours better. Argue yours!
3a. Do NOT compare and contrast belief systems. You may use another to use/borrow an idea. For example; Why the after-life of any other Religion is truly any different than Yours.
Any takers? Let me/us hear it, make the case. Treat it like you're talking to someone mostly new to this World.
Any command of God has no man made wiggle room. Short and sweet.
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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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Thanks for ONCE AGAIN showing everyone how retarded you are.
Now do go get an adult to explain this to you:
NDE
Definition of (NDE) NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCE
Experience in which the world is apparently perceived from somewhere outside the body. A person having such an experience may perceive his or her real physical body below, often from the perspective of a nonphysical body which in some cases appears attached to the physical body by a cord. The experience has most often been reported by those who have temporarily 'died' but have then been resuscitated after a period of unconsciousness. A near-death experience (NDE) is the perception reported by a person who nearly died or who was clinically dead and revived. They are somewhat common, especially since the development of cardiac resuscitation techniques, and are reported in approximately one-fifth of persons who revive from clinical death. The experience often includes an out-of-body experience.
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Now read that until it sinks into your thick trollish noggin.
It really only goes to show what a retarded liar you are..thick, thick, thick...

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JustChristian wrote:
<quoted text>It was the Law at that time with that people, not now.
So your "god" changed his mind?

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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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Thanks for ONCE AGAIN showing everyone how retarded you are.
Now do go get an adult to explain this to you:
NDE
Definition of (NDE) NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCE
Experience in which the world is apparently perceived from somewhere outside the body. A person having such an experience may perceive his or her real physical body below, often from the perspective of a nonphysical body which in some cases appears attached to the physical body by a cord. The experience has most often been reported by those who have temporarily 'died' but have then been resuscitated after a period of unconsciousness. A near-death experience (NDE) is the perception reported by a person who nearly died or who was clinically dead and revived. They are somewhat common, especially since the development of cardiac resuscitation techniques, and are reported in approximately one-fifth of persons who revive from clinical death. The experience often includes an out-of-body experience.
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OKAY wrote:
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It really only goes to show what a retarded liar I are..thick, thick, thick...
What I've been trying to tell you all along!

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JustChristian wrote:
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Any command of God has no man made wiggle room. Short and sweet.
Well, how can that be?

I mean so many of you Christians CLAIM you can sin all you want, treat others here like crap, and do NOT have to do any good "works", yet STILL get into Heaven. That seems to me like a lot of "wiggle room" to act like evil demons going against his alleged laws.
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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
So your "god" changed his mind?

Are you trying to teach about a Bible you dont even believe in?

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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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So your "god" changed his mind?
Yes as we see it.

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Well, how can that be?
I mean so many of you Christians CLAIM you can sin all you want, treat others here like crap, and do NOT have to do any good "works", yet STILL get into Heaven. That seems to me like a lot of "wiggle room" to act like evil demons going against his alleged laws.
That is a teaching of Man not God. God says there is only one way to have reconciliation, man may claim many and does.

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socci wrote:
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Are you trying to teach about a Bible you dont even believe in?
Which is just avoidance to my question. So here, try again:

"So your "god" changed his mind?"

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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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Which is just avoidance to my question. So here, try again:
"So your "god" changed his mind?"
If you look two post above I answered that one.:) sorry your having trouble.

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JustChristian wrote:
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Yes as we see it.
So that makes your demonic mythical "god", NOT Godlike at all. As he cannot be all knowing if he has to change his mind all the time.

And if that's the case, what if your demonic "god" changes his mind and throws you all into hell when you die? Just because that's the sick evil kind of fake "god" he is.

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