Why Should Jesus Love Me?

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#528111 May 1, 2013
Happy Lesbo wrote:
Must come out of the new modern age where man cannot find his hinie theses days.Nay I love them cave men.They know what they want where to hunt and how to bag a pry.lol

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

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#528112 May 1, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
<quoted text>
<Catcher takes bow, thanks you for the attention, moves on>
.. you wrote that incorrectly. It should be:

Catcher is at attention and takes bow.

“Life may be sweeter for this”

Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#528113 May 1, 2013
boooots wrote:
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Now that you ask, I have done a rather extensive search and cannot find examples. I may have to admit that I have confused belief in a flat eath to a belief that the sun orbited around the earth, for which some famous men were executed, only those that I foudn were exectued for a number of actions against the church inclduing that one.
Giordano Bruno was one person who was executed for his opinions that went against church beliefs of the time. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giordano_Bruno
Galileo, who was given a job that Bruno had applied, for was given a very hard time for his findings also, though he was not executed for them.
I will have to concede that particular claim I made may have been in error, at least until such time as I find the information that I had seen a while back concerning that.
In any event we know that many people were executed by Christians, even in the New World, for things which they should not have been but which those who accused them were claiming they were going against Christian beliefs.
I will now quietly try to sneak out a back door with my head down.
This however doesn't alter at all my lack of belief in a god, but perhaps it shows that I too, like believers can make claims that are false, or at least not known to be true.
It doesn't matter if somebody was burned for saying that the earth orbits the sun, that it is not flat and anchored, or that it isn't the center of the universe. If the church tortured and killed people for any of these, it's all the same to the world.

Plus, the earth was understood to be a sphere before it was understood to orbit the sun, and before the Inquisitions, so it was less likely to be the issue in the days of organized Christian torture. From Wiki:

"Burning was also used by Roman Catholics and Protestants during the witch-hunts of Europe ... Among the best-known individuals to be executed by burning were Jacques de Molay (1314), Jan Hus (1415), St. Joan of Arc (30 May 1431), Savonarola (1498) Patrick Hamilton (1528), John Frith (1533), William Tyndale (1536), Michael Servetus (1553), Giordano Bruno (1600) and Avvakum (1682). Anglican martyrs John Rogers, Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley were burned at the stake in 1555. Thomas Cranmer followed in 1556."

Does it matter what for?

“Jesus is coming soon”

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#528114 May 1, 2013
Peace_Warrior wrote:
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I did address Booots also with this Brother, as he made comment to it. I know we use different speech and ways even tho our Faith is the same.
The extension of this particular testimony is even more astounding... and from what I have heard from others... never heard of. Not to say it doesn't happen, but it must be rare? One day I might just tell...
Trust all is well with you. Didn't get in today, and is now time to call it a night. 10pm Wed. So goodnight from me and good morning to you there. Have a blessed day in Peace my friend, until again.
John 4
“23 But the hour comes, and now is, when the true worshipers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeks such to worship Him. 24 God is a Spirit: and they that worship Him must worship him in spirit and in truth.”
Absolutely, and He also seeks those who will worship him in all sincerity of mind, heart, soul and strength.

I am doing well Irrira, and hope that you are as well my friend. Blessings and God's peace to you my friend.

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#528115 May 1, 2013
Happy Lesbo wrote:
<quoted text>
.. Hick-up was bored last night ..
"Boredom: the desire for desires." Leo Tolstoy
.. do you happen to know what he desires ??..
It got to be you cause sure know it is not me.I am safely married to a man already.

“let's do this thang!”

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#528116 May 1, 2013
Lacez wrote:
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And you're a Christian like Hitler was.
Your point?
could you show me where Jesus commanded hitler to kill en masse? if not, you're a thief, liar and murderer of the character of Christ.

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

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#528117 May 1, 2013
lil whispers wrote:
<quoted text>
Must come out of the new modern age where man cannot find his hinie theses days.Nay I love them cave men.They know what they want where to hunt and how to bag a pry.lol
http://www.themoralofthestoryis.com/2012/12/1...

“let's do this thang!”

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#528118 May 1, 2013
_-Alice-_ wrote:
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Marx was a mass murderer? Was that Groucho or Chico?
Who is Stalen?
these were your socialist/communist friends who you'd vote for in a NY minute if they took away constitutional freedoms in lieu of giving token ones to immoral minority groups!;)

“Life may be sweeter for this”

Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#528119 May 1, 2013
Counter_Strike wrote:
you still have a voice, but when you try stepping all over people's faith, you will find you will be returned the favor. I hope you decide to understand and not be stubborn.
Lacez wrote:
So now you're trying to say that getting equality is "stepping all over people's faith"? Or are you saying that calling you out on your bigotry is "stepping all over people's faith"?
What's the difference?

He's telling you that even though you now have a voice, you had better not use it in a way that offends his religious sensibilities.

He is putting you on notice that he is free to express his religious opinions, but that you are not free to contradict or criticize him or them.

He is warning you not to offend his religious beliefs or you will incur his wrath.

I for one am taking the threat seriously.

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@ Counter_Strike: Please help me to know just where you draw the line so that I can be certain not to offend you. In order to get a better sense of it lest I do so inadvertently, please indicate if these are acceptable or not. Blessings :

[Warning: potentially blasphemous material follows]

[1] http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3462/330539994...
[2] http://s159.photobucket.com/user/PyroHazard20...

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#528120 May 1, 2013
Happy Lesbo wrote:
Now why you want to go and do that for.Have you not ever made some mistakes too.Geesh woman no one is perfect.Who would want it anyway if it were perfect.A few faults and imperfections never hurt no one.Hell you just to demanding.lol

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

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#528121 May 1, 2013
lil whispers wrote:
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It got to be you cause sure know it is not me.I am safely married to a man already.
.. of course. Everyone wants the HL experience ..

“Jesus is coming soon”

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#528122 May 1, 2013
Peace_Warrior wrote:
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This was the link of the term which escaped you, and gave with that post for you to see. I knew it existed only by aiding some such folk through their trials, and never have studied, but not til last night when seeing your post, did I check it out. Some folk truly are born into this - where the confusion rested on the parents to explain, or not - and those afflicted were left to deal with even possible mistakes made by the parent if they were raised as the wrong choice made. For the true spirit of a babe enters at the time of it's first movement in the womb called 'the quickening'.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quickening
Greeting again Irrira. your post didn't so much escape me as I simply didn't read all of your link, I still don't agree that people are really born into being gay in that manner, and I realize the hardship that they must have had in growing up feeling differently than other children in their gender groups, and didn't understand themselves why they felt so differently than other boys or girls, probably being picked on, ridiculed and persecuted mercilessly, that must have felt like pure hell, many children have gone through such who was not gay in any manner, but for simply being a little different in terms of being shy around others, quiet and not very talkative and not being as athletic as other kids and so not so good at team sports and no one wanted them on their team, they were separated from other kids because no one wanted to be their friend and they became outcasts.

And where some came into the very earliest ages of acquiring that gay spirit, many for the reasons stated above found that the gay groups were the only minority group that would accept them as they were, and so they bought into that lifestyle and sexual regime through being accepted by that group as opposed to being rejected by all others.

Sad and tragic true..........but I still know that God is a deliverer and a healer of all things, and still maintain that he can deliver one from this sin disease for whosoever wants to be delivered.

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#528123 May 1, 2013
trifecta1 wrote:
Yes, the Earth does declare God
My logic is my logic. It's for me, not you. Your logic says everything came from naught. Now there is some faulty logic lol!. Again, asinine.
Well duh! of course Christianity only convinces Christians. Atheism only convinces atheists. Hinduism only convinces Hindus. You're a real Sherlock Holmes aren't you.
Trifecta1, I keep trying to communicate (my problem). Atheists don't believe anything (related to a deity). It is a non-belief. There is no inherent belief to being an atheist. As some of the speakers on Theism and Atheism say, everyone, including you, are atheists towards most gods, but Christians, Muslims, and Jews believe in one of the many gods, so they are not atheistic towards that god (or they do not have no belief in that god).

We don't BELIEVE that God doesn't exist; we just don't have a belief that God exists. We haven't been shown any reason to believe in an existence of something that there is no evidence of. Likely most, if not all, atheists would become theists if a god was proved to exist (would be kind of foolish not to, as they would otherwise show they are not well educated).

Atheists today are taking the most rational position based on lack of any evidence, not having a belief in a deity. They don't have to justify that, because there is nothing to show they are wrong. Believers in a God have to justify their belief, if they want to be taken seriously, because there is no evidence, so far, to show they are right.

There is no direct connection with any other theories or beliefs at all. Evolutionists cover the whole spectrum of the world's (educated people) of all faiths, because Evolution has been confirmed to be true, so anyone who understand science has to believe it. Many atheists may not believe in evolution but may have no beliefs at at all about the origin of things because it really doesn't interest them, or they may have a different belief about the origin of things.

You won't and can't know or tell that from knowing a person is an atheist.

An evolutionist is not saying that everything came from naught. That is what a Creationist is saying. A Creationist says that there was a Void or Nothing, and then some magic, which they call God, thought everything into existence from naught. What they can't explain, nor will usually even respond to, is how could there exist a God when nothing existed.

An evolutionist is stating that life, as we see it, evolved from simpler forms of life, and they have proved that such an evolution did occur, but an intelligent evolutionist is not saying that the beginning of all that evolved was nothing. That would be foolish. Most, likely, have not yet figured out the earlier steps, and I don't know them myself, but my belief is that all of the basic things, that exist, existed always, but over many billions of years these things have evolved and changed, and likely this is a continuous cycle that goes on forever.

Though we can identify how long our known universe and the Earth has existed, we cannot go further back before their existence to identify what existed before which became what is now. I highly suspect that going back that far is impossible, but man has always said things are impossible but later found out that many of them were possible, so I will leave that for future people to figure out.

Yes we have the Big Bang Theory which seems to explain our universe origin, based on how things move and are still moving, but even the Bib Bang is not saying that the Bib Bang was from naught. I think if it is somewhat true, then whatever existed prior to the Big Bank evolved, or devolved (however it would occur) to the state which caused the Big Bang.

It doesn't affect us now anyway, what occurred over a dozen billion years ago.

Someone telling an atheist that even though there is no evidence, God exists anyway, and if you don't believe it, you will burn eternally, means nothing.

“Life may be sweeter for this”

Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#528124 May 1, 2013
LAWEST100 wrote:
Good evening Chris. I know that we are not in full agreement over President Obama, but I do agree with you that that his standing behind someone openly admitting that they are homosexual is disgusting to say the least
What's disgusting is that you think that Obama should represent your church over America's gay citizens. Why would he?
LAWEST100 wrote:
not only that, but the idea that so much of the media and sports related people touting this "man" as someone noble and a potential leader of his fellow gays is off of the charts dispicable
You're stuck in the bronze age. Your values are primitive, arbitrary, irrational, and cruel. The world is moving on without you.
LAWEST100 wrote:
this nation is headed for Hell.
Your church is headed for irrelevance. You're already there.

“I.Spirit.Son.God”

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#528125 May 1, 2013
So in other words nowhere in the bible does it say the earth is flat. Glad we could straighten that out.
[QUOTE who="Catcher1"]<q uoted text>
I know next to nothing about the Bible, nor do I have any interest in the book, so you are asking the wrong person.
I was responding to this part of a post from your pal Lawest:
"Show me anyone that believe the earth is flat."
I showed him that the members of the Flat Earth Society so believe.
What books are you interested in? let me guess, Charles Darwin's "The Origin of Species" huh? oy!lol! that book is like a bible to you eh?

“I.Spirit.Son.God”

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#528126 May 1, 2013
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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But you go on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on about gays.
That makes you a bigot.
You're becoming obviously quite mad and unhinged. Back away slowly from the keyboard and go and take your medication.

“Life may be sweeter for this”

Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#528127 May 1, 2013
LAWEST100 wrote:
Indeed, God is not mocked
Yet your pathetic godlet is mocked continually, and with impunity, just like you. How do you account for that? Why do you suppose a jealous, vengeful and angry god that allegedly smites impious and disobedient people with hurricanes, earthquakes, and tsunamis lets me treat him this badly?

And you are as powerless as your god to stop it. All you have is your hope that I will be tortured forever.

“"None shall pass"”

Since: Jul 11

There

#528128 May 1, 2013
waaasssuuup wrote:
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could you show me where Jesus commanded hitler to kill en masse? if not, you're a thief, liar and murderer of the character of Christ.
When did Lacez say that Jesus commanded Hitler to kill anyone ?

You have no concept of truth.

“I.Spirit.Son.God”

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#528129 May 1, 2013
boooots wrote:
<quoted text>
Trifecta1, I keep trying to communicate (my problem). Atheists don't believe anything (related to a deity). It is a non-belief. There is no inherent belief to being an atheist. As some of the speakers on Theism and Atheism say, everyone, including you, are atheists towards most gods, but Christians, Muslims, and Jews believe in one of the many gods, so they are not atheistic towards that god (or they do not have no belief in that god).
We don't BELIEVE that God doesn't exist; we just don't have a belief that God exists. We haven't been shown any reason to believe in an existence of something that there is no evidence of. Likely most, if not all, atheists would become theists if a god was proved to exist (would be kind of foolish not to, as they would otherwise show they are not well educated).
Atheists today are taking the most rational position based on lack of any evidence, not having a belief in a deity. They don't have to justify that, because there is nothing to show they are wrong. Believers in a God have to justify their belief, if they want to be taken seriously, because there is no evidence, so far, to show they are right.
There is no direct connection with any other theories or beliefs at all. Evolutionists cover the whole spectrum of the world's (educated people) of all faiths, because Evolution has been confirmed to be true, so anyone who understand science has to believe it. Many atheists may not believe in evolution but may have no beliefs at at all about the origin of things because it really doesn't interest them, or they may have a different belief about the origin of things.
You won't and can't know or tell that from knowing a person is an atheist.
An evolutionist is not saying that everything came from naught. That is what a Creationist is saying. A Creationist says that there was a Void or Nothing, and then some magic, which they call God, thought everything into existence from naught. What they can't explain, nor will usually even respond to, is how could there exist a God when nothing existed.
An evolutionist is stating that life, as we see it, evolved from simpler forms of life, and they have proved that such an evolution did occur, but an intelligent evolutionist is not saying that the beginning of all that evolved was nothing. That would be foolish. Most, likely, have not yet figured out the earlier steps, and I don't know them myself, but my belief is that all of the basic things, that exist, existed always, but over many billions of years these things have evolved and changed, and likely this is a continuous cycle that goes on forever.
Though we can identify how long our known universe and the Earth has existed, we cannot go further back before their existence to identify what existed before which became what is now. I highly suspect that going back that far is impossible, but man has always said things are impossible but later found out that many of them were possible, so I will leave that for future people to figure out.
Yes we have the Big Bang Theory which seems to explain our universe origin, based on how things move and are still moving, but even the Bib Bang is not saying that the Bib Bang was from naught. I think if it is somewhat true, then whatever existed prior to the Big Bank evolved, or devolved (however it would occur) to the state which caused the Big Bang.
It doesn't affect us now anyway, what occurred over a dozen billion years ago.
Someone telling an atheist that even though there is no evidence, God exists anyway, and if you don't believe it, you will burn eternally, means nothing.
oy! why are your writings literally in book form? you can't summarize your points in one or two paragraphs writer?

I not have time to read or respond to this right now, maybe later.

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#528130 May 1, 2013
Bondage of debt.

What general rule is laid down in the Bible respecting the meeting of obligations.

Render therfore to all their dues;tribute to whom tribute is due custom to whom custom...owe no man any thing but to love one another.Romans 13:7&8

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