LargeLanguage

Mold, UK

#72674 Dec 11, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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Prove that "Homosexuality is unnatural."
Prove that children are being raised to be homosexual.
Cite some studies, not just bible verses and fundamentalist speculation.
Sexual attraction is the brains reaction to what the brain perceives as how well the body it is witnessing is able to produce good offspring, through procreation. Gays can't reproduce, so that would make them biological errors.
LargeLanguage

Mold, UK

#72675 Dec 11, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
<quoted text>
I will wait, but I will not see.
You aren't related to "Norton," are you? Your cluelessness seems familiar!
No, I don't know norton one bit.
LargeLanguage

Mold, UK

#72676 Dec 11, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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Hey, numnuz! YOU used the word "kid" first! Look it up, KID!
I called him a kid, and then he replied that back. He must be insecure to give that kind of response.
LargeLanguage

Mold, UK

#72677 Dec 11, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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Ah, hahahahahahahahahaha!
Geologist Wrexham now says that the earth "is about 90% water."
FALSE! Water may cover about 90% of the earth's SURFACE. Your body may be composed of about 90% water.
But the amount of water on earth is but a small percentage of the earth's mass.
Water is in the spring too
LargeLanguage

Mold, UK

#72678 Dec 11, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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"Circle of the earth"? Cite the chapter and verse.
There is one story in the Bible which clearly implies that the earth is flat. Can you tell me what it is?
In the beginning God formed the circle of the earth, its around the beginning of Genesis. I don't know which verse says its flat. Unless your implying a circle has to be flat, which it can loosely also mean a sphere.

Since: Mar 08

Location hidden

#72679 Dec 11, 2012
Michigan has been pried from Obama's grip. They have become a Right To Work state.
The Illegal Muslim Prez

Sparta, MO

#72680 Dec 11, 2012
I see there's a lot of stinky yellow dog shit around here. Go to work, come back, and have to smell all this socialist stinking welfare lazy ass dog shit!

We laugh at it, but unfortunately, it is too true to be really funny.

My name be Eboneesha Hernandez-Jefferson, a African-Hispanic-American Girl who just got a award for bein the bess speler in class. I gots a 67% on the spelin text and 30 points for being black, 5 points for not bringin drugs to class, 5 points for not bringin guns to class, and 5 points for not gettin pregnut during the cemester. It be hard to beat a score of 120%. White dude who sit nex to me is McGee from Jaxon Mizipy. He got a 94% on the text but no extra points on acount of he have the same skin color as the opressirs of 150 years ago.

Granny ax me to thank all Dimocrafts and Liberuls for suportin afermative axion. You be showin da way to true eqwallity. I be gittin in medical skool nex an mabe I be yo doctor when Barrac take over da healfcare in dis contry.
Norton

Overland Park, KS

#72681 Dec 11, 2012
IToldYouSo wrote:
<quoted text>
Talk about what? Neil Armstrong reciting some bible verses while walking on the moon? How about some links to these references? And I thought we were talking about sceintists proving things in the Bible were true like Noah surviving inside a Whale or a woman turning into a pillar of salt.
:):)
I do believe NASA have scientists, don't you? I don't have a link right now but if I find it I will let you know. I heard about it on TV.

CHEERS!

P. S. There is nothing untrue in the Bible.
LargeLanguage

Mold, UK

#72682 Dec 11, 2012
The Illegal Muslim Prez wrote:
I see there's a lot of stinky yellow dog shit around here. Go to work, come back, and have to smell all this socialist stinking welfare lazy ass dog shit!
We laugh at it, but unfortunately, it is too true to be really funny.
My name be Eboneesha Hernandez-Jefferson, a African-Hispanic-American Girl who just got a award for bein the bess speler in class. I gots a 67% on the spelin text and 30 points for being black, 5 points for not bringin drugs to class, 5 points for not bringin guns to class, and 5 points for not gettin pregnut during the cemester. It be hard to beat a score of 120%. White dude who sit nex to me is McGee from Jaxon Mizipy. He got a 94% on the text but no extra points on acount of he have the same skin color as the opressirs of 150 years ago.
Granny ax me to thank all Dimocrafts and Liberuls for suportin afermative axion. You be showin da way to true eqwallity. I be gittin in medical skool nex an mabe I be yo doctor when Barrac take over da healfcare in dis contry.
You don't seem to be a very good speller.
Norton

Overland Park, KS

#72683 Dec 11, 2012
LargeLanguage wrote:
<quoted text>
In the beginning God formed the circle of the earth, its around the beginning of Genesis. I don't know which verse says its flat. Unless your implying a circle has to be flat, which it can loosely also mean a sphere.
Since, Dawg, is an atheist he doesn't believe in God but acts like he soooo knowledgable about the Bible. In reality, God created the earth and we know it is not flat, so I don't know why he says there is a verse in the Bible that implies the earth is 'flat'.
Of course, he won't give you the scripture he's talking about so somebody could perhaps explain it to him. He's just a ST (and I won't say what that is on here)

CHEERS!

Since: Mar 08

Location hidden

#72684 Dec 11, 2012
LargeLanguage wrote:
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You don't seem to be a very good speller.
I believe he was being sarcastic.
LargeLanguage

Mold, UK

#72685 Dec 11, 2012
Norton wrote:
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Since, Dawg, is an atheist he doesn't believe in God but acts like he soooo knowledgable about the Bible. In reality, God created the earth and we know it is not flat, so I don't know why he says there is a verse in the Bible that implies the earth is 'flat'.
Of course, he won't give you the scripture he's talking about so somebody could perhaps explain it to him. He's just a ST (and I won't say what that is on here)
CHEERS!
More biblical illerates trying to act smart then? I doubted he ever picked up the bible and read yet.
Norton

Forsyth, MO

#72686 Dec 11, 2012
LargeLanguage wrote:
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More biblical illerates trying to act smart then? I doubted he ever picked up the bible and read yet.
Norton, the word you are looking for is illiterates.

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#72687 Dec 11, 2012
albtraum wrote:
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You believe a sky monkey is going to end the world for being what s/he/it created (out of nothing but POOF), but not a proven fact on record for all to see.
What a damnably funny fool you are!
I must point out that it takes a certain amount of "faith" to believe that the entire universe was formed from a certain "singularity" which magically came into existence. Similarly: POOF!
LargeLanguage

Mold, UK

#72688 Dec 11, 2012
Most liberals don't tend to read the Bible. Apparently liberal archaelogists are at a disadvantage as archaelogists use the bible to help find objects and places, because of its profound accuracy. Unfortunately the liberal archaelogists would never use the Bible because they don't believe a word of it despite all the historical accuracy it has.

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#72689 Dec 11, 2012
albtraum wrote:
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I've not sinned either, my judgment has been in error more than once, lol. I've tried to learn from those incidents.
Isn't it refreshing to be without the burden of religion?
Yes, my judgment has been in error lots of times. And I have broken "man's laws" many times. But, like you, I have never sinned.

Religion is useful for many reasons: comfort, psychological well-being, explanation of the inexplicable, social contact, moral teaching. But I do not miss the "restrictions" of the Bible. Nor do I miss the moral judgments made by the clueless adherents to their particular brand of religion.
LargeLanguage

Mold, UK

#72690 Dec 11, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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I must point out that it takes a certain amount of "faith" to believe that the entire universe was formed from a certain "singularity" which magically came into existence. Similarly: POOF!
The bible has proved itself time and time again, we are able to trust it when it says this too. At least its not like believing a huge bang created it out of nowhere.

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#72692 Dec 11, 2012
Norton wrote:
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Ever hear of NASA? They talk about it!...
I have heard of NASA. I am friends with an engineer who works at NASA.

When you say that "NASA" talks about scientific proof in the Bible, do tell us specifically WHAT scientific proof. And also do be so kind as to cite a NASA report regarding your allegation. Simply put: you cannot.

I once asked you the value of the number "pi" in the Bible, meaning the ratio of the circumference to a circle to its diameter. It's in the Bible. It is incorrect.

You say that you are a great Bible scholar. So tell me -- what is the value of "pi" in the Bible? It's there. It should be a piece of cake for you to answer my question.(But I predict that, as always, you will not be able to answer yet another question about the Bible.)

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#72693 Dec 11, 2012
Norton wrote:
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Scoffer! He did not say he would come back in their lifetime. They THOUGHT HE WOULD! God's timetable is different than ours.
Read 'EVIDENCE THAT DEMANDS A VERDICT'!...
Read "the Holy Bible." They THOUGHT HE WOULD because HE SAID HE WOULD.

Don't get no plainer than that.
LargeLanguage

Mold, UK

#72694 Dec 11, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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Yes, my judgment has been in error lots of times. And I have broken "man's laws" many times. But, like you, I have never sinned.
Religion is useful for many reasons: comfort, psychological well-being, explanation of the inexplicable, social contact, moral teaching. But I do not miss the "restrictions" of the Bible. Nor do I miss the moral judgments made by the clueless adherents to their particular brand of religion.
Have you read the bible yet?

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