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“Atheism is the right choice”

Since: Jun 12

Ringwood, Australia

#21 Jan 17, 2013
Flygerian wrote:
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I see. Well you understand why they were judged more harshly at that time?
How do you see that science has "removed the need for God"?
My guess would be that now we can explain things we don't need to make up stupid stories.
Flygerian

Oklahoma City, OK

#22 Jan 17, 2013
Sceptical_Mal wrote:
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My guess would be that now we can explain things we don't need to make up stupid stories.
Even if the stories are "stupid" how does discovering science "remove the need for a God?"

“Atheism is the right choice”

Since: Jun 12

Ringwood, Australia

#23 Jan 17, 2013
Flygerian wrote:
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Even if the stories are "stupid" how does discovering science "remove the need for a God?"
Well I shouldn't label them 'stupid' but I guess we should ask why do we need a God in the first place?

And we should also query your statement discover science, it has always been there waiting to be discovered.
Flygerian

Oklahoma City, OK

#24 Jan 18, 2013
Sceptical_Mal wrote:
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Well I shouldn't label them 'stupid' but I guess we should ask why do we need a God in the first place?
And we should also query your statement discover science, it has always been there waiting to be discovered.
The question isnt (or at least shouldnt be) whether we "need a God" or not. Its whether He exists.(And by the way if He exists like I say He does, then obviously we would need Him since He would be the creator of ALL.)

I dont get it. People want to discover science but dont want to discover the one that CREATED science?
Anonymous

Vallejo, CA

#25 Jan 25, 2013
YES, there are Christians who go to church on Saturdays
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Lordofnuts

Lexington, NC

#26 Feb 4, 2013
James wrote:
I'm currently an agnostic and looking for answers to some questions that I've always had about Christianity. I asked this on another post and preacherman was not able to answer. Can anyone here explain this to me please. Thanks
This is an exact copy of the post. I look like a smart azz, asking the question because he said I twisted his comment the first time I asked it for some reason.
<quoted text> You didn't say there is no wiggle room in the 9 commandments! My question wasn't about which commandments or laws got nailed to the cross based on the opinion of each Christian. This is what I want to know from you and you should be very qualified to answer. Why would your God kill a man for picking up a stick? It has nothing to do with being a Jew, Gentile, Chinese monk or anybody else! If you were alive in the days of the Torah, you would be stoned to death for picking up a stick! Not because God killed you but because a man killed you after reading words written by man, inspired or not.
Now in modern Christianity supposedly inspired by the very same God that had countless people stoned to death for picking up sticks, you can preach on Sunday while getting paid by the church. I can walk in this same church and kidnap you at gun point, rape you, torture you, kill you and then do the same thing to your entire family. Then after all that I can repent and accept Jesus as my Lord and Saviour truly sorry and spend eternity in heaven! I bet the innocent people that picked up a stick were sorry after the first dozen stones smashed their face! So I ask you, did your God change that much or did the men that wrote the Bible change that much?
I can explain it EZ! The god of the torah was completely unsustainable and would have went extinct. No way in hell that old blood thirsty, demonic, psychopathic nut job would still be worshipped today. He needed a complete 180 degree rewrite and that's what the creators of christianity gave him. The incompetent goat herders didn't do christianity any favors by leaving 500 lies and direct contradictions in the beautiful and truthful word of god that should be without a single error. LMFAO

Since: Jul 12

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#27 Feb 5, 2013
James wrote:
I'm currently an agnostic and looking for answers to some questions that I've always had about Christianity. I asked this on another post and preacherman was not able to answer. Can anyone here explain this to me please. Thanks
This is an exact copy of the post. I look like a smart azz, asking the question because he said I twisted his comment the first time I asked it for some reason.
<quoted text> You didn't say there is no wiggle room in the 9 commandments! My question wasn't about which commandments or laws got nailed to the cross based on the opinion of each Christian. This is what I want to know from you and you should be very qualified to answer. Why would your God kill a man for picking up a stick? It has nothing to do with being a Jew, Gentile, Chinese monk or anybody else! If you were alive in the days of the Torah, you would be stoned to death for picking up a stick! Not because God killed you but because a man killed you after reading words written by man, inspired or not.
Now in modern Christianity supposedly inspired by the very same God that had countless people stoned to death for picking up sticks, you can preach on Sunday while getting paid by the church. I can walk in this same church and kidnap you at gun point, rape you, torture you, kill you and then do the same thing to your entire family. Then after all that I can repent and accept Jesus as my Lord and Saviour truly sorry and spend eternity in heaven! I bet the innocent people that picked up a stick were sorry after the first dozen stones smashed their face! So I ask you, did your God change that much or did the men that wrote the Bible change that much?
God demands absolute surrender. There are no other options.
pick up sticks

Las Vegas, NV

#28 Feb 6, 2013
Listen, God set them free from torture, slavery, rape, murder(even children), etc.....

So, he sets them free from all of that, and one of his rules was to take a day and study him and his loving ways.

That man didn't just "pick up a stick", he knowingly and willingly said fuq you God! I don't have to do this shyte, it's a dumb rule anyway, and i don't care if you set us free, fuq you!

People harm eachother for less actually.

Funny thing is though, it says that all of these rules are "a shadow of things to come." Thou shalt not murder, then becomes nobody murdering or getting murdered.

This sabbath commandment is no different, it is a shadow of things to come, when people rest from their works(which is just a different way of saying stupid horse shyte that causes pain) and study, do, worship, God's ways(which is love, the very basis of all of it is love with him).

But we'd be getting way ahead of ourselves wouldn't we, because most people don't even want to take a little while out of one day a week and do this, they are incapable in my opinion actually and don't even want to either.

The sabbath was saturday also. And all that he said was take one day and study, look into, "worship"(most improperly define it), ponder, etc... him. And rightfully so wouldn't you say, that is quite a favor he did for those people.

But little boy-man dichead says "fuq all of this!" Im going to go work on this day, "fuq God!"(which is to say fuq love!)

And do you know what this story amounts to when you look into it, is that men would rather go pick up sticks than be good to anyone including themselves, not to mention he did set them free from torturous pains of a hellish proportion, and the little boy-man said screw him.

Just remember, "rest from hate, and do love." This rule is a shadow of things to come, and people can't even follow the shadow.

Another odd this about this rule is this, just a little fun fact for you, in genesis it used to say things were created in periods called "yoms", "yoms" were very long, but then on the seventh "yom" God rested right? Guess which "yom" it says we are in right now at this very moment, the seventh, just something to think about when it comes to the meaning of this particular commandment.

So, he gives these people a simple rule, after doing them a favor of all favors. Work and then rest on one day and study him earnestly. Of course the literal rule is just about meaningless, but it is a shadow of things to come, meaning that we will all rest from the hate and then do the love.

But God knows men, as do we, and he knew that we could not even follow a shadow.

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