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It aint necessarily so wrote:
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They make that last sentence seem like it was some shocking revelation, as if there is any other possible source for such a thing in Seattle. In Teheran, it's Islam, but in America, it's Jesus' Kids.
Why should we remain silent about that church? We have no duty to tolerate intolerance.
Did that article mention 3 people or 300 million?

This is bigotry kids

When one bigot condemns millions of people based on the actions of a few

Had he protested against what the individuals did it would be one thing. Instead it's just one bigot composing about the hateful actions of another.

He tries to pretend he doesn't hate Christians because he knows it sounds better not to be a bigot. But he gives himself away constantly

Wait, am I talking in second person?

~snicker

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Tide with Beach wrote:
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No.
My philosophy is not called Secular Humanism. I agree with what I have seen of Secular Humanism, but my philosophy is unique. I follow rational skepticism, logic, and my own emotional imperatives as I understand them. Other people doing the same thing tend to come to many of the same conclusions. Those shared conclusions have been labeled for convenience.
Is Ben a Secular Humanist? I don't know.
Um, ok....

So you're the only logical, rational skeptic out there?

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Aug 21, 2013
 
Hidingfromyou wrote:
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boku ha kunoichi da ro!
scaritual wrote:
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...um... I tried a translator, it came out exactly the same.
hahaaa
HELP?
She said;

"Make me a sammich!"

RR's rubbin her.

I mean rubbin off on her.

I mean...

Ah, never mind.

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It aint necessarily so wrote:
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They make that last sentence seem like it was some shocking revelation, as if there is any other possible source for such a thing in Seattle. In Teheran, it's Islam, but in America, it's Jesus' Kids.
Why should we remain silent about that church? We have no duty to tolerate intolerance.
if you want to be loud about wickedness of worldwide churches, go ahead spread bad news be laud

INTERNET IS NOT ANY VOICE,NOR MASSES ARE ABLE TO LISTEN YOUR CRAP,

THAT WAY INTERNET CONTROL YOUR BRAIN TO MAKE YOU SILENT POSTING ON INTERNET BUT NOT DOING ANYTHING OUTSIDE,

YOU ARE GOOF SILENT TROLL BELIEVING THAT YOUR VOICE IS HEARD BY THIS WORLD?
WHO THEY ARE WHO LISTEN YOUR CHEAP CRAP,AND INSULTS SINGLE LITTLE POOR PSEUDO CHRISTIANS?

WHAT YOU CONTRIBUTE TO THIS???
NOTHING?NULL?
even you have not clue originality of masonic idea about second west moral humanity,design came to the life after 1 WW,and after 1945,United Europa under red boots of communism-(SECULAR MORAL HUMANITARIAN GOVERNMENTS CALLED IN WEST SECOND HUMANITARIAN)

YOU ARE SIMPLE SILENT FEARFUL UNSECURE TROLL MR IANS

SORRY?BUT THIS IS SAD TRUTH ABOUT YOU AND YOUR GRASSHOOPER JUMPINGS

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Rider on the Storm wrote:
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I grew up in the rural midwest, My ideals about homosexualism were far more defined by the people I hung out with then the Catholic church which i was raised in.
I honestly cant remember ever discussing it or hearing about it in church or in the Catholic school I was taught in. I'd bet most would say the same.
Annie if you read this was it part of the discussion in your church?
It was never a discussion in any church I went to.

It was always at school and later on the job sites.
Here For Now

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This is not Christians killing it is Christians being killed.
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I didn’t take the time to read them but here you go.
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Christians Targeted in Nigeria's University Killings, Students Say
http://www.religiontoday.com/news/christians-...

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'Shocking' Report Out on Christians Killed for Faith
http://www.cbn.com/cbnnews/world/2013/May/Vat...
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Egypt Christian Killed In Alexandria Clashes
http://www.worthynews.com/12281-egypt-christi...
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The mass exodus of Christians from the Muslim world
http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2013/05/07/mas...

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Eritrean and Ethiopian Christians Are Fleeing Their Homelands, Seeking Safety in Europe and Israel.

http://www.care2.com/news/member/662374011/36...

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Muslim Brotherhood Out, Killing Christians In

http://frontpagemag.com/2013/raymond-ibrahim/...

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Christians killed in Sudan bombing

http://www.christiantoday.com/article/christi...

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River Tam wrote:
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No. That makes absolutely no sense to me. When did I say you went to a church that preached hatred of gays? When did I say you went to a church at all?
So, can you or can you not name a Christian I hate?
It was one of them there rhetorical questions, my dear.
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Aug 21, 2013
 
RiversideHick wrote:
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Ya, Emo. The truth would be nice.
Which one if those tells ME, a Christian, to kill a witch??
Read them carefully RH.

A curious thing about religion, no matter what you say, you're going to piss off someone.

Does thy god categorically not care or is he way to busy ignoring prayers?

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Skombolis wrote:
<quoted text>Did that article mention 3 people or 300 million?
This is bigotry kids
When one bigot condemns millions of people based on the actions of a few
Had he protested against what the individuals did it would be one thing. Instead it's just one bigot composing about the hateful actions of another.
He tries to pretend he doesn't hate Christians because he knows it sounds better not to be a bigot. But he gives himself away constantly
Wait, am I talking in second person?
~snicker
Hmmm.....

How about a sociological test?

Ahem.

All blacks are criminals. Look how many are in the prisons! Golly gee, that must mean they're ALL crooks!!

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scaritual wrote:
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Also, I didn't research it at all.
Fine. Them don't waste my time telling me that Christians are taught to kill witches.

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Imhotep wrote:
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Read them carefully RH.
A curious thing about religion, no matter what you say, you're going to piss off someone.
Does thy god categorically not care or is he way to busy ignoring prayers?
A refusal to answer?

How unique...

“Don't be so dichotomous.”

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RiversideHick wrote:
I'm a Christian.
Name a church I've been to that preaches hatred of gays.
(gettin the picture?)
Nobody in this thread claimed that you attended a church that preached hatred of gays.

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Aug 21, 2013
 
I'm out, folks.

Ben! I hope you're feeling better soon, my friend.

“The eye has it...”

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RiversideHick wrote:
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Ya, Emo. The truth would be nice.
Which one if those tells ME, a Christian, to kill a witch??
It doesn't matter what it tells you,what matters is that it obviously in the past and present tells other Christians witches et al should be slain - killed - murdered.

If you happened across the right "spiritual guidance" you might decide witches needed to die, too.

“Go ahead.”

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Skombolis wrote:
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I actually have not heard of him. I know when I did a Google search there was an atheist in the 2011 Congress but he either didn't run again or retired or lost obviously.
Personally if I were a constituent in whatever area an atheist was running, I would vote for him or her of I thought they were the best person for the job. I don't care where someone prays or who is cooler or who I think I'd rather have a beer with. Whoever I think is the most honest and competence would get my vote. Especially if we scrapped the party system and just let the best person for each job get elected that I'd beholden to nobody
(T) Peace
Good for you for your views on voting.

You've never heard of Kurt Vonnegut???

Go buy his books now!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurt_Vonnegut

“Love much, trust none”

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RiversideHick wrote:
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Oh just that Catcher is a POS hater.
That's all.
I'm a hater, too.
I hate a couple people, most humans do.

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Chris Clearwater wrote:
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Bingo. They don't have enough money to matter in Catcher's world.
The irony is Catcher probably doesn't either. It's why he is always trying so hard to make the distinction.

Although the true irony is if he believed anything he actually said when it came to how other people should be treated, it wouldn't even be a factor.

I gotta admit, it's been a while since u have run into a wanna be elitist. I don't even like the real ones.

When money decides the intelligence and the worth of an individual I think we will be able to say the corruption of society is complete. Although given the recent economic struggles, more people seem to understand the difference. A defense attorney of all people one would think wouldn't make presumptions based on profession or bank account.

I think watching his ethics is what is sad, not people trying to live by a code that they hope will help them to be better people. And when man fails at that then he owns the failure. There is nothing wrong with the message of the two greatest commandments

(T) Peace

Btw, hope your friend's family is doing better that lost a loved one

“Go ahead.”

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BIBLE TRUE JEHOVA wrote:
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Kurt Vonegugut
also was silent supporter of communism-father of west seceond humanitarian morals, grand father was Stalin,Lenin Dzierzynskij russian "aparatchik)stalin murdered 1st his own mother, next was Pol Pot who commited genocide of Cmbodia his own countrye man and kids?
so? there is nothing to be proud to be second humanist moral athistic piece of s....?so it is IANS babling something what he got not any clue?
East Germany president secretary Erik Honecker also was humanist,commiting genoicide from 1948/1989 HIS OWN GERMAN EAST FOLKS
I also spend 5 years in jail from political persecutions of german humanists and their satanic second morality(bloody dung and suffering of others)
think about this,you are not that stupid like all of them here??
Vonnegut was not a supporter of Stalin you bloody moron.

“Socialism" is no more an evil word than "Christianity." Socialism no more prescribed Joseph Stalin and his secret police and shuttered churches than Christianity prescribed the Spanish Inquisition. Christianity and socialism alike, in fact, prescribe a society dedicated to the proposition that all men, women, and children are created equal and shall not starve.”

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scaritual wrote:
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...um... I tried a translator, it came out exactly the same.
hahaaa
HELP?
Never! I will never help!

It doesn't make sense outside of kanji anyways. And your primitive language doesn't have kanji!

ku no ichi

female ninja

“Go ahead.”

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RiversideHick wrote:
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It's not, it's very easy.
I see what you're saying.
For me, it's freedom of religion.
For you, it's freedom from religion.
God Bless America.
That last sentence is pretty naive.

Or "naibu" in Japanese.

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