Why Should Jesus Love Me?

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

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#547436 Jun 17, 2013
G_O_D wrote:

So if I say "you drink calcium" you will argue that milk isn't calcium.
You are an idiot.
Go impress kindergarteners, I'm done with your insanity.
OMG dude. Milk is not calcium, it's milk.

Here, prufesir. Chemical composotion of milk:

Food energy KCal: 61.441
Protein Gms : 3.290
Total lipid (fat) Gms : 3.340
Carbohydrate, by diff. Gms : 4.660
Total saturated fat Gms : 2.079
Ttl monounsaturated fat Gms : 0.965
Ttl polyunsaturated fat Gms : 0.124
Cholesterol Mg : 13.600
Sodium Mg : 49.000
Total dietary fiber Gms : 0.000
Vitamin A Re : 31.000
Vitamin A IU : 126.000
Ascorbic acid Mg : 0.940
Thiamin Mg : 0.038
Riboflavin Mg : 0.162
Niacin Mg : 0.084
Vitamin B6 Mg : 0.042
Folacin Mcg : 5.000
Vitamin B12 Mcg : 0.357
Potassium Mg : 151.500
Calcium Mg : 119.400
Phosphorus Mg : 93.400
Magnesium Mg : 13.440
Iron Mg : 0.050
Zinc Mg : 0.380
Pantothenic acid Mg : 0.314
Copper Mg : 0.010
Manganese Mg : 0.004
Ash Gms : 0.720
Water Gms : 87.990
Food energy KJ : 257.131
Butyric acid (4:0) Gms : 0.108
Capriic acid (6:0) Gms : 0.064
Caprylic acid (8:0) Gms : 0.037
Capric acid (10:0) Gms : 0.084
Lauric acid (12:0) Gms : 0.094
Myristic acid (14:0) Gms : 0.336
Palmitic acid (16:0) Gms : 0.879
Stearic acid (18:0) Gms : 0.405
Palmitoleic acid(16:1) Gms : 0.075
Oleic acid (18:1) Gms : 0.840
Linoleic acid (18:2/n6) Gms : 0.075
Linolenic acid(18:3/n3) Gms : 0.049
Eicosatetraenoic(20:4) Gms : 0.000
Phytosterols Mg : 0.000
Histidine Gms : 0.089
Isoleucine Gms : 0.199
Leucine Gms : 0.322
Lysine Gms : 0.261
Methionine Gms : 0.083
Cystine Gms : 0.030
Methionine+Cystine Gms : 0.113
Phenylalanine Gms : 0.159
Tyrosine Gms : 0.159
Phenylalanine+Tyrosine Gms : 0.318
Threonine Gms : 0.149
Tryptophan Gms : 0.046
Valine Gms : 0.220
Arginine Gms : 0.119
Alanine Gms : 0.113
Aspartic acid Gms : 0.250
Glutamic acid Gms : 0.689
Glycine Gms : 0.070
Proline Gms : 0.319
Serine Gms : 0.179
Protein Score: 100, 41% ideal. EAA score: 1.79.

I really hope you're just kidding when you say you teach people...

“BE BRAVE ENOUGH ”

Since: Oct 09

TO STEP IN MUD PUDDLES

#547438 Jun 17, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
No it isn't. Dirt is dirt. It has minerals in it but it is not minerals, it's dirt.
Dirt is not just dirt. It is the home of the worm. One must be careful when eating dirt...you just might eat a worm.

The Worm
By Ralph Bergengren

When the earth is turned in spring
The worms are fat as anything.

And birds come flying all around
To eat the worms right off the ground.

They like the worms just as much as I
Like bread and milk and apple pie.

And once, when I was very young,
I put a worm right on my tongue.

I didn't like the taste a bit,
And so I didn't swallow it.

But oh, it makes my Mother squirm
Because she thinks I ate that worm!

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#547439 Jun 17, 2013
AnnieJ wrote:
<quoted text>
Well...possibly.
Often in Topixworld I read where Christians feel as if they are being attacked simply because they are Christian. At times...I don't disagree with that.
Yet...
Some don't hesitate to jab and stab someone's "motherhood" simply because they are lesbian. However...since he did not designate "lesbian" I will be fair and assume the he was talking about all single mothers trying to fill the role of "father".
I think we need a day to honor single parents(we need our own holiday)...so...
Happy Single Parent Day HL.(and all others out there that raised their children by themselves)
Note...I am just guessing that you are a single parent...I really don't know.
Oh no... Please, not another holiday...

It doesn't matter if someone's a single parent or not, they're either a mother or a father.

And we already have Mother's Day and Father's Day.

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#547440 Jun 17, 2013
AnnieJ wrote:
<quoted text>
Dirt is not just dirt. It is the home of the worm. One must be careful when eating dirt...you just might eat a worm.
The Worm
By Ralph Bergengren
When the earth is turned in spring
The worms are fat as anything.
And birds come flying all around
To eat the worms right off the ground.
They like the worms just as much as I
Like bread and milk and apple pie.
And once, when I was very young,
I put a worm right on my tongue.
I didn't like the taste a bit,
And so I didn't swallow it.
But oh, it makes my Mother squirm
Because she thinks I ate that worm!
Sometimes I drink the worm ;)

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#547441 Jun 17, 2013
AnnieJ wrote:
<quoted text>
Well...possibly.
Often in Topixworld I read where Christians feel as if they are being attacked simply because they are Christian. At times...I don't disagree with that.
Yet...
Some don't hesitate to jab and stab someone's "motherhood" simply because they are lesbian. However...since he did not designate "lesbian" I will be fair and assume the he was talking about all single mothers trying to fill the role of "father".
I think we need a day to honor single parents(we need our own holiday)...so...
Happy Single Parent Day HL.(and all others out there that raised their children by themselves)
Note...I am just guessing that you are a single parent...I really don't know.
You are being much too fair.
And I am assuming you know it..

Hi Annie..
Hope all is well..
Miss "seeing" you.

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#547442 Jun 17, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol, I wish.
Eagle's are bad ass birds. IMO.
Plural, RR.

Not possessive.

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#547443 Jun 17, 2013
trifecta1 wrote:**PORTIONS SNIPPED** the writings by Bunny about what you did to her and her child is still on the billboard.
Epiphany2 wrote:
<quoted text>
Tri....The argument between Duane and Bunny was about him posting something that was on the internet...that she got mad about.
Duane never abused her or her son...He didn't know her.
trifecta1 wrote:
<quoted text> Bunny thinks he did. and that is what matters. You are not Bunmy and it was not your child.
.. ain't nobody can tell ya you're incorrect cause you're as slick as dog poop on tile ..

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#547444 Jun 17, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Plural, RR.
Not possessive.
Oh ya, my bad. Good catch, Catch.

Eagles are bad ass birds.

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#547445 Jun 17, 2013
AnnieJ wrote:
<quoted text>
Well...possibly.
Often in Topixworld I read where Christians feel as if they are being attacked simply because they are Christian. At times...I don't disagree with that.
Yet...
Some don't hesitate to jab and stab someone's "motherhood" simply because they are lesbian. However...since he did not designate "lesbian" I will be fair and assume the he was talking about all single mothers trying to fill the role of "father".
I think we need a day to honor single parents(we need our own holiday)...so...
Happy Single Parent Day HL.(and all others out there that raised their children by themselves)
Note...I am just guessing that you are a single parent...I really don't know.
.. and, HAPPY SINGLE PARENT DAY to you, Annie ..

.. my daughter's biological father is a great dad and I have the utmost respect for him ..

.. targeting children and families is just another way for the beasts on this thread to communicate their holey thoughts. It's a pleasure having them here; they reflect the high moral standards of their beliefs so well ..
El Centro

United States

#547446 Jun 17, 2013
trifecta1 wrote:
<quoted text>lol. People that embrace the Atheistic religion, being called a bastard is a compliment to them. A more suitable description of atheists are the biggest azz clowns to ever walk the face of the earth. Or better yet---simply how YHWH described atheists to His servant...as simply Fools.
You are a buffoon.

“"None shall pass"”

Since: Jul 11

There

#547447 Jun 17, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
Milk is not calcium, it's milk.....
Milk contains calcium so if you drink milk then you drink calcium.

I suppose you don't drink alcohol either, just beer, wine and liquor.

All you do is help the case that Christianity is a religion for the stupid, mentally ill and deceitful.

“"None shall pass"”

Since: Jul 11

There

#547448 Jun 17, 2013
Worm are very nutritious.
AnnieJ wrote:
<quoted text>
Dirt is not just dirt. It is the home of the worm. One must be careful when eating dirt...you just might eat a worm.
The Worm
By Ralph Bergengren
When the earth is turned in spring
The worms are fat as anything.
And birds come flying all around
To eat the worms right off the ground.
They like the worms just as much as I
Like bread and milk and apple pie.
And once, when I was very young,
I put a worm right on my tongue.
I didn't like the taste a bit,
And so I didn't swallow it.
But oh, it makes my Mother squirm
Because she thinks I ate that worm!

“"None shall pass"”

Since: Jul 11

There

#547449 Jun 17, 2013
AnnieJ wrote:
<quoted text>
Not sure that this worked out so well.
"Live in harmony with each other."
Romans 12:16

For most of the last 1700 years of Christianity that has been interpreted as "get along with others who believe like you do. Screw everyone else, they are sinners deserving death."

Compare to Jesus: "Love your enemies."

“Credulity is not a virtue”

Since: Apr 09

San Francisco

#547450 Jun 17, 2013
Mark wrote:
<quoted text>
We do not know because it is still a taboo and homosexuals simply added new taboos to the matter.
No, we simply don't know because we don't know enough about how our brains and bodies work yet. Sexuality is a still largely a taboo area for many people morally, but I don't think that has much of an effect on scientific study of our sexuality.
In an environment were homosexuality is actively repressed most homosexuals do have innate preferences. But that does not mean people can not acquire them. We have seen whole societies that were homosexual. In prisons homosexuality is rampant.
I'm not an expert on how prison society operates, but I'm pretty sure homosexuality is not rampant: homosexual sex is. Big difference. Homosexual sex is also prevalent in extremely patriarchal societies, such as Afghanistan, where young men are not allowed to even view women. The men have sex with each other, but most of them would probably revert to heterosexual behavior if given the opportunity. Likewise with prisoners, how many have gay relationships when they leave prison? Probably very, very few.
And some homosexuals very much like to seduce heterosexuals, even see it as a big challenge to do so.
That's true, and it cracks me up. I can see why that is for some people though, because it's both an ego thing and taboo all rolled into one. Personally I don't see the point is trying to seduce someone who isn't interested in you. What is sexy about that? I don't get it, but there you go.
People can be confused about their sexuality too. Some people marry and only later realize they are more homosexual, but the opposite happens too (though more rare), people that have been homosexual for decades and then discover they are really more heterosexual. And then we have people that are innate bisexual. But bisexuality can be a fashion too, I have met groups where everyone behaved as a bisexual, because it simply was the norm in that group.
It's easy to oversimplify human sexuality into hetero, homo, and bisexual. That's not how we are, and there is nothing to say that our sexuality is permanent and can't change over time either.
Also our present attitude to sex is highly exaggerated because we are overloaded with free access to porn from young age. Sex has become much more important than it ever was because it is such a strong driver and thus heavily used in advertisement and products. There is great pressure to look sexy and be sexual active. We are constantly stimulated.
Well, we are sexual beings after all. We are also violent beings, and violence and dominance is very prevalent in our media too.
The human being is a animal that is very adaptable, more than any other animal we follow groups behaviour. That is what is the basis of our ability to learn. We so easily imitate, what others do. That is why Christians can live in their fantasy world too, they follow the others. Chimps have more individuality than humans, they discovered.
I was just reading about that study of Chimpanzee psychological analysis this weekend too. It was very interesting, but it's hard to get a good understanding when intent behind behavior is being inferred by humans, who inevitably project their own psychology onto what they observe. So I take it with a grain of salt.

“BE BRAVE ENOUGH ”

Since: Oct 09

TO STEP IN MUD PUDDLES

#547451 Jun 17, 2013
trifecta1 wrote:
<quoted text> Bunny thinks he did. and that is what matters. You are not Bunmy and it was not your child.
Have you really thought through the logic of what you just wrote?

According to your logic people can be guilty of an action simply because someone thinks they are?

Yikes!

While I don't agree with "G"s action of bringing the subject to this thread I hardly think that makes him an abuser. Also if I remember correctly "G" apologized for having done so.

“Credulity is not a virtue”

Since: Apr 09

San Francisco

#547452 Jun 17, 2013
Khatru wrote:
<quoted text>
That one's easy.
It's from the same rationale that came up with these gems:
Don't wear clothes made from different fibres
Don't boil a kid goat in its mother's milk
Don't cut your hair or shave
Don't go near menstruating women
Rape victims must marry the person who raped them.
Actually I guess that last one can leave believers in a quandary.
What happens if you're an incarcerated Christian and you get butt-raped? Looks like you're breaking your god's law if you don't marry the guy who raped you.
LOL! I'm pretty sure that, because the victim is male, he isn't going to be forced to marry his attacker. THAT would be an abomination after all! But forcing a female rape victim to marry her attacker is perfectly moral, obviously. Everyone knows that women fall immediately in love when they are raped. Oy.

“Credulity is not a virtue”

Since: Apr 09

San Francisco

#547453 Jun 17, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, dude. Talk about cherry picking....
But was any of it inaccurate?

“Credulity is not a virtue”

Since: Apr 09

San Francisco

#547454 Jun 17, 2013
trifecta1 wrote:
<quoted text>Wrong.
The U.S supreme court calls it a religion.
Excellent! Does that mean all atheist organizations are now tax-exempt too?

_-Alice-_

Since: Apr 13

Location hidden

#547455 Jun 17, 2013
Le_le wrote:
<quoted text>
No I did not.
Do you think I should have?
Not necessarily. I suppose it would depend on the age of the children.

“Pillars of Creation....”

Since: Jan 11

Into this world we're thrown

#547456 Jun 17, 2013
wilderide wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL! I'm pretty sure that, because the victim is male, he isn't going to be forced to marry his attacker. THAT would be an abomination after all! But forcing a female rape victim to marry her attacker is perfectly moral, obviously. Everyone knows that women fall immediately in love when they are raped. Oy.
I cant believe he didnt know that..........

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