Why Should Jesus Love Me?

“Life may be sweeter for this”

Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#494299 Feb 25, 2013
Illuminatrix wrote:
WTF? There is no gob!
How do you feel about the use of the word "Jebus"? I hear that you humanists use it a lot.

I suggest you reconsider this new game. You're not going to like where it will go, by Gob. Consider that you are inviting me to mock your religion and blaspheme your "gob" in new ways.
Illuminatrix wrote:
Are you a christian? C'mon, really? Be honest, I won't tell a soul, obviously as there are no souls.
If you're a humanist, I must be a Christian. Praise Gob! Praise Jebus!

Since: Mar 09

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#494300 Feb 25, 2013
AnnieJ wrote:
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You would be wrong...I made no judgment one way or the other.
I will admit...I sat here for about 5 minutes trying to figure out that first post...the only difference I could see between what I said and what you said was a question mark! LOL
Thanks for clearing that up...
Let me also state Steve...I am not part of a group here...I think for myself and do not follow some group. I can share an end goal with someone (in this case equality for those being discriminated against) but at the same time not share the path to get there.
I will also say...that after the first few days of the debate that is going on between the two sides...I quit reading it. It served no purpose for me. IMO...it only drives both sides further away from common ground.
Aaaah...think I will leave it at that...it only started out to be a post to discuss the difference of two phrases that IMO says the same thing.
I know you are not ona side Annie

Although I think even for you in this case it might be hard to stay completely impartial and I understand. That's why I am not pushing hard on anything.

It did take me a few posts to figure out what it was that threw me off and it you asking why isn't isn't it bigotry and being a bully no matter who engages in "hate the sin not the sinner" and why if someone can use it as a cover would you wonder why someone would still call IANs a bigot

I am not saying that trying to imply you must have been defending him but rather to explain why I thought you were

But if anything i commend the fact that you have either stayed out of it, or when you enter do so simply to ask fair questions and really have done very little as far anything that could be considered "siding"

Like I said, you would have good reason to. And in a lot of situations I would be there with you. But I have come to the conclusion these aren't good people or people that are out for equal rights. Catcher is probably out for equal rights. I might even believe Tide is. Probably HL. But that;s it. The rest are as bigoted as any other type of bigot imo

Anyway thanks for explaining

(T) Peace

“Jesus is coming soon”

Since: Nov 09

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#494301 Feb 25, 2013
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Why do you worship a guy named Jesus instead of one named Emmanuel?
Acts 4:12
12 Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.

I'll be surprised if that didn't go over your head.

“"None shall pass"”

Since: Jul 11

There

#494302 Feb 25, 2013
LAWEST100 wrote:
<quoted text>...
Isaiah 9:6
6 For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.
Pick a Caesar, any Caesar.

Now where does it say "J-E-S-U-S" ?

“I.Spirit.Son.God”

Since: Jan 12

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#494303 Feb 25, 2013
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Are you stepping up to be the first Christian to find fault with Dim's behavior? Juicy actually admires it.
that between you and him, not my concern.

Let me give you a true occurrence freethinker that sums up you and your fellow secular humanists:

There was this young couple in France, that went to see some ruins of ancient civilizations. After they were finished, they came out angrily protesting "we paid 2 francs to see that!, what a waste of money and time"

Right then there was an veteran art expert behind them. He tapped them on the shoulder and said to them "young man, young lady, these ruins have been here for thousands of yrs. They are established and credible. These ruins don't care one bit what you think of them, what the ruins does do, is reveal who you are".

Same thing with you freethinker. Christianity, the Church, and Jesus Christ, don't give a crap what you or your human secular friends think. Christianity the Church and Jesus Christ have been established for thousands of yrs, and not going anywhere.

What your thoughts and opinions of Christianity the Church and Jesus Christ does, is reveal, who You are.

Something to think about freethinker.

Since: Mar 09

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#494304 Feb 25, 2013
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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Yes, you're right in calling yourself a bigot here - you are tacitly writing that the same way Christianity unifies disparate people through its religious worldview and teachings, all black people are the same.
I'm just shocked, Skom, utterly shocked that you would write such filth. I know I should't be, you've been targeting homosexuals in the same manner.
I'm going to invoke the Catcher white sheet.
LOL

Holy Crap are you stupid

Do I need cue cards or hand-puppets for you to understand??

I do not really think that about blacks or gays. I am taking YOUR positions on Christians and simply substituting the word black or gay so you can see how disgusting YOUR positions really are

The funny thing is that you do think they are disgusting, you just don't realize you are looking at yourself, not me!

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

Since: Oct 10

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#494305 Feb 25, 2013
G_O_D wrote:
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Probably to keep kooks like us from ransacking the site. LOL
LOL! Ya might have a point there! So, do ya think them pichers o' skeletons lay'n in the street was fake too?

Since: Mar 09

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#494306 Feb 25, 2013
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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Yes, you're right in calling yourself a bigot here - you are tacitly writing that the same way Christianity unifies disparate people through its religious worldview and teachings, all black people are the same.
I'm just shocked, Skom, utterly shocked that you would write such filth. I know I should't be, you've been targeting homosexuals in the same manner.
I'm going to invoke the Catcher white sheet.
BTW

When people wonder why I call them liars, this is just one example

Hiding has toldeveryone how smart she is. That I am jealous of that in her opinion and what degrees she has

Yet she wants people to believe that this comment by me

"That would be like me saying I don't hate black people. I just hate all the terrible things all black people do and what they represent
And that's bigotry"

...using an example of what someone else said and giving a comparison and even saying it would be bigotry is actually me engaging in racism

So ask yourselves, is she this stupid or is she a liar trying to use a dishonest tactic?

The tactics these people use over and over and over again have no honor and no honesty

“Jesus is coming soon”

Since: Nov 09

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#494307 Feb 25, 2013
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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I'm sure that you support the US Constitution and its Establishment Clause, don't you? If not - if instead you support special rights for American churches - then you reject church-state separation, and by your reckoning, you were never a true American to begin with:
[1] "American Atheists is Suing the IRS, Claiming That It Gives Preferential Treatment to Religious Groups"
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/...
More on that:
"The Freedom From Religion Foundation, with plaintiffs Annie Laurie Gaylor, Anne Nicol Gaylor and Dan Barker, filed a nationally significant federal lawsuit in Madison, Wis., on Sept. 13, 2011, challenging tax benefits for “ministers of the gospel,” commonly known as “the parsonage exemption." FFRF seeks a declaration that the federal statute creating the parish exemption, as administered by the IRS and the Treasury Department, violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment by providing preferential tax benefits to ministers of the gospel."
http://ffrf.org/legal/challenges/challenges-o...
Also,
[2] "FFRF Sues the IRS for Not Going After Politically-Active Churches"
http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/...
And more on that
"The Freedom From Religion Foundation took the Internal Revenue Service to court over its failure to enforce electioneering restrictions against churches and religious organizations, calling it a violation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment and of FFRF’s equal protection rights."
http://ffrf.org/legal/challenges/ongoing-laws...
I'm not so much concerned about being considered a "true American" so much as maintaining my salvation IN Christ, all that info you posted about athiestic groups suing the government for their tax breaks to the churches is academic and meaningless, THE Church, the one that GOD himself is building and drawing people into will continue to florish in those things that are important spiritually and all else will be taken care of, you see HE ( God ) is our true benefactor and no one else.

You need to set your sights on matters that are far more important.

Since: Mar 09

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#494308 Feb 25, 2013
Illuminatrix wrote:
<quoted text>
What's that supposed to mean?
LOL
Just kidding, yep being a Humanist just didn't work out for me Skom... too embarrassing :-)
LOL

I am sorry

I swear to God i though IANS posted that

It was in a conversation between you guys and i though he was repeating back what someone accused him of so I was making a joke

Dang it...that would have been funny too...at least to me

haha

“Jesus is coming soon”

Since: Nov 09

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#494309 Feb 25, 2013
G_O_D wrote:
<quoted text>
Pick a Caesar, any Caesar.
Now where does it say "J-E-S-U-S" ?
You can keep all the Ceasar's, I pick JESUS, thank you.

Since: Dec 12

Yes, I'm an Atheist.

#494310 Feb 25, 2013
It aint necessarily so wrote:
<quoted text>
How do you feel about the use of the word "Jebus"? I hear that you humanists use it a lot.
I suggest you reconsider this new game. You're not going to like where it will go, by Gob. Consider that you are inviting me to mock your religion and blaspheme your "gob" in new ways.
<quoted text>
If you're a humanist, I must be a Christian. Praise Gob! Praise Jebus!
LOL.. you crack me up with your threats of posting more nonsense.. Funny Teddy Bear.. ah well, at least you've stepped up, I am amused :-)

“"None shall pass"”

Since: Jul 11

There

#494311 Feb 25, 2013
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
<quoted text> Hahahah!
The quarry for the largest stones was 1 "mile" away...it is an uphill move... And the upper layer of the trilithon is placed 10 meters above the 19 foundation stones and razor fitted. These blocks were 870 tons each.
The 19 smaller stones are what is being guessed at there.
Now Adam figured that it would take 512 men to even move a block weighing 2/3 of that weight and size 800 meters. Not only that but he also assumed that they would use "pulleys". I would love to see how one would logistically place 512 men around a block measuring 19 L X 4.2 meters W , and then raise them and fit them 10 meters up.
There is not a crane outfit nor a moving bridged jeep outfit that will be able to move these articles anywhere in the world today.
Regardless of not knowing exactly how it was done we know that the trilathons (the heaviest blocks)were placed by the Romans circa 50 AD and did not require any magic or aliens to do so.

"The original number of Jupiter columns was 54 columns. The architrave and frieze blocks weigh up to 60 tons each, and one corner block over 100 tons, all of them raised to a height of 19 m (62.34 ft) above the ground. This was thought to have been done using Roman cranes. Roman cranes were not capable of lifting stones this heavy; however, by combining multiple cranes they may have been able to lift them to this height. If necessary they may have used the cranes to lever one side up a little at a time and use shims to hold it while they did the other side."

Lifting 100 tons 60 ft. is not a difficult thing to do.

“A sentient umbrella speaks”

Since: Mar 11

Some stable somewhere

#494312 Feb 25, 2013
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
<quoted text> That's very good.
NOW if the "hole" was created before 12,000 years ago(that's the time of gamma radiation influx along with changing C14 in the earth atmosphere due to the Vela X supernova, then all your radiological readings will have to be readjusted if that area was affected by gamma and even possibly particles later, and dating is all but out of the question...as it could be pff by 10-40,000 years or more.
Good thing we can still use high pressure fracture of crystal to at least tell us that extreme high pressure created those stresses.
Oh, by the way...has anyone ever measured that quartz stress in subduction pressure? It sure would be a shame if that would make it's way into a "crater" through a fault and screw up the calculations of 2 grains of quartz thought to be the result of an impact explosion that had no tektite glass evidence on the site huh?
First, I wrote about relative dating, not absolute dating. So...no idea why you are now talking about absolute dating. As far as relative dating goes, the concentrations of isotopes aren't relevant. They claimed the impact site had lay overtop one fault line, while another fault line cut through it - nothing to do with radiation. They also gave figures from 5-15 million years ago. So, 40 000 years, give or take, wouldn't affect their calculations.

If, however, they took absolute dating, they'd have to pay more attention to your comments.

Second, I don't know enough about geology to answer your question above. I would guess that in a subduction zone the kind of quartz you're going to find is mostly going to be microcrystals. They won't show impact structures since those occur under intense, short lived stress.

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

Since: Oct 10

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#494313 Feb 25, 2013
waaasssuuup wrote:
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umm....the topic here is 'Why should Jesus love me', it is NOT a podium for homosexual activism!
staying on point; Jesus/God can love us despite our blatant disregard for His sense of morality, because He satisfied His own demand for justice by taking our criminal sentence upon Himself:)
Well gosh...that's never stopped "you" from hitt'n on any female that got within one page of ya has it.

Since: Dec 12

Yes, I'm an Atheist.

#494314 Feb 25, 2013
Skombolis wrote:
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LOL
I am sorry
I swear to God i though IANS posted that
It was in a conversation between you guys and i though he was repeating back what someone accused him of so I was making a joke
Dang it...that would have been funny too...at least to me
haha
Lol.. I would have found it funny as well..
<3
Adam

Frankfurt Am Main, Germany

#494315 Feb 25, 2013
Illuminatrix wrote:
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Well, the Christians did find and build your country. They own it dude, just deal with it and go have a nap or something. Sheesh, Grace types three lines and you write a book, like anyone cares about your maniacal rantings. I do beg of you, if you are going to keep trolling could you make more of an effort to be at least a little bit funny? I find myself scrolling on by most of your posts of late. Cheers :-)
Illuminatus Satans biggest work beside homosexuality.

“"None shall pass"”

Since: Jul 11

There

#494316 Feb 25, 2013
LAWEST100 wrote:
<quoted text>Wrong sir, on the contrary I do know that I won't end up in hell and the reason that I know that is because it is called FAITH....
You are eiother illiterate or incompetent.

You can have all the faith in the world and still NOT KNOW and be 100% wrong.

The passengers on the Titanic had faith, too.

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

Since: Oct 10

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#494317 Feb 25, 2013
Epiphany2 wrote:
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God is inside.....He "sees" all
((*_-))
I'll talk ta the judge, an see if I kin git 'em cut loose...or at least git his time reduced with parole.

“"None shall pass"”

Since: Jul 11

There

#494318 Feb 25, 2013
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
<quoted text> Funny thing is, it has a perfectly flat bottom...and where is the tektite formation from the intense heat if it was above the surface when it exploded? It should have been all over due to the desert sand. Oops!
You realize that 'the sand' is geographically just a light dusting over bedrock, right ?

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