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Aug 24, 2013
 
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Bongos
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Do you want to play with me?
Do you really?
If you insist.

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Imhotep wrote:
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This should relieve that Cramp!
My Vibrator, which brings me to heaven!
Rabbit be thy name!
Till kingdom come!
Thy make me cum!
On earth!
Oh it is heaven!
Give me this daily thrill!
And forgive me my screams!
As i forgive thos who sold me dud batteries!
Lead me straight into temptation!
But deliver me from frustration!
For thine is the vibration!
The power and the rotation!
For ever and ever!
Amen or No men
I have an app for that.

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Skombolis wrote:
Answering to God is simply additional justice
You've just disqualified yourself from any discussion of justice. Your god would allegedly let Hitler into heaven if he repented just before offing himself.

Care to try your luck at defining mercy, spirituality or love? I warn you, however, to stay away from Christian versions.

How about that bible quiz? Still bellied up on that? Why are you so insecure in your bible knowledge that you hide from an unbeliever? You should be proud of your encyclopedic knowledge after so many thousands of hours of studying it.

And how about answering the question on original moral precepts from Jesus not worthy of flushing? Can you name any original moral concept from the mouth of Jesus worth adopting? The only worthwhile moral advice Jesus gave was said by others first, and the only moral advice said first by Jesus is bad advice. Can you contradict that statement and support your claim? This is the FIFTH time I've asked this question, and not a single Christian has offered a rebuttal. How about you, little man? Or will you belly up and flee from this, too?

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Aug 24, 2013
 
macumazahn wrote:
References to torpidity and indolence in the same post. I think I want to adopt you.
LOL. Good words, huh?
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Aug 24, 2013
 
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Yeah, the mark of Cain and also the curse of Ham.
If you don't like bacon you're just plain wrong!

I'm sure you've seen is but for others reading this post this is hilarious

http://m.youtube.com/watch...

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Skombolis wrote:
You actually live talking about it when you think you know more than someone, when that so rarely turns out to be true, you suddenly change your tune huh?
What do you think that you have more expertise on than a teenager?

Are you ready for your bible quiz yet? Here you go:

[1] What were Jesus' very last words on the cross?
[2] Is man saved by faith or works?
[3] Can men be righteous?
[4] Have men seen God
[5] Is every word from God true?
[6] Does God grow tired or weary?
[7] What was Jesus reply when the Sanhedrin asked if he was Messiah?
[8] What was the exact wording on the cross?
[9] Did Satan take Jesus to the mountain or the temple first?
[10] How many blind men received sight on the road from Jericho?
[11] Is God satisfied with his works?
[12] Does God reside in temples?

Will you belly up again?
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Aug 24, 2013
 
River Tam wrote:
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I have an app for that.
Lmao!
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What do you think that you have more expertise on than a teenager?
Are you ready for your bible quiz yet? Here you go:
[1] What were Jesus' very last words on the cross?
[2] Is man saved by faith or works?
[3] Can men be righteous?
[4] Have men seen God
[5] Is every word from God true?
[6] Does God grow tired or weary?
[7] What was Jesus reply when the Sanhedrin asked if he was Messiah?
[8] What was the exact wording on the cross?
[9] Did Satan take Jesus to the mountain or the temple first?
[10] How many blind men received sight on the road from Jericho?
[11] Is God satisfied with his works?
[12] Does God reside in temples?
Will you belly up again?
I can't answer question number one for you!

Jesus on the cross, lady words

Jesus is dying on the cross, and Peter is down the hill comforting Mary Magdalene when he hears Jesus' faint voice, "Peter... Peter..."

"I must go and help my Savior," he said and went up the hill, only to be beaten and kicked back down by the Roman centurions guarding the cross. But soon he hears, "Peter... Peter," in even fainter tones but he cannot ignore the call. Peter limps up the hill, leans a ladder against the cross, and gets halfway up when the centurions knock over the ladder, beats him brutally, and tosses him back down the hill.

Again he hears, "Peter... Peter..." ever fainter, and again, he cannot refuse his Lord. In pain, he slowly staggers up the hill, drags himself up the ladder, and finally gets even with Christ's face. Just as the centurions are reaching for the ladder, Jesus says, "Peter... Peter... look, I can see your house from here."

? sacrifice ? the guy immortal!

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Happy Lesbo wrote:
.. how can a college graduate not know of Vonnegut? To me, the idea is ludicrous ..
.. on second thought, maybe it was a Christian College ..
He said he'd never even heard of him, which is what makes his claim of being ,college educated ridiculous. He doesn't even have decent level of cultural literacy. You don't have to have been to college to have heard of names like Heller, Roth, King, Rice, Rowling, Tolkien, Clancy, Follett, Ludlum, and the like are. You just have to not be in a stupor.

To paraphrase, Beware the man of only one book.

I also rejected his claim of being a home owner until I saw what homes in Detroit are going for. At those prices, he might own two.

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Aug 24, 2013
 
@ Skombolis
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I have a problem with Christianity not Christians per se.
Good luck with that.

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Imhotep wrote:
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Oh golly Scripture!
Perfect For grade school!
And He said unto them, Ye are they which justify yourself before men; but God knoweth your hearts; for that which is highly esteemed among men is abomination in the sight of God.

For the wicked boasteth of his hearts desire and blesseth the covetous whom the Lord abhoreth.

This know also that in the last day perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud blasphemers.

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Red Apples wrote:
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It truly is!!!
It has to be experienced to be understood. Trying to explain it to an unbeliever would be like a bird trying to explain what flying is like to a turtle. The only difference would be that the turtle would be more open minded about what the bird is saying.
That's why I think it's so funny when the atheists in here say that they are "open minded" and that they are "free thinkers". The reality is the only thing they're open minded about is what they can observe with their five senses. And the only thing they're free thinkers about is what other atheists say that they also believe.
Truth be told the most closed minded people you'll find are atheists. Which we see on display in here on a daily basis.
.. it's my contention that what you and Serah term a 'spiritual experience' happens to believers and non-believers alike and is usually prompted by an intense emotional state including grief, fear or euphoria ..

.. believers interpret it as a sign of God while non-believers look to science for answers. These experiences are personal and difficult to articulate ..

.. the day I watched my grandfather die, I don't know if my 'spiritual experience,' my exquisite 'high' at the moment of his death, came from the neurons in my brain or from some Higher Power transmitting energy ..

.. I don't know what it was all about and, frankly, I don't need to know; a rational or irrational explanation is not necessary ..

.. was it a gift from God, an altered brain? Who knows? All I know is I had the power of a million and when he finally died, I experienced a profound love. For me, that is the very essence of a spiritual experience and it goes beyond definition ..

.. I don't want to play word semantics because it was my experience and I choose to define it as spiritual ..

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Regarding the illiterati like Skombolis, Here's Bill Maher commenting on America's incredible ignorance:

"And before I go about demonstrating how, sadly, easy it is to prove the dumbness dragging down our country, let me just say that ignorance has life and death consequences. On the eve of the Iraq War, 69% of Americans thought Saddam Hussein was personally involved in 9/11. Four years later, 34% still did.

"Or take the health care debate we're presently having: members of Congress have recessed now so they can go home and "listen to their constituents." An urge they should resist because their constituents don't know anything. At a recent town-hall meeting in South Carolina, a man stood up and told his Congressman to "keep your government hands off my Medicare," which is kind of like driving cross country to protest highways.

"I'm the bad guy for saying it's a stupid country, yet polls show that a majority of Americans cannot name a single branch of government, or explain what the Bill of Rights is. 24% could not name the country America fought in the Revolutionary War. More than two-thirds of Americans don't know what's in Roe v. Wade. Two-thirds don't know what the Food and Drug Administration does. Some of this stuff you should be able to pick up simply by being alive. You know, like the way the Slumdog kid knew about cricket.

"Not here. Nearly half of Americans don't know that states have two senators and more than half can't name their congressman. And among Republican governors, only 30% got their wife's name right on the first try.

"Sarah Palin says she would never apologize for America. Even though a Gallup poll says 18% of Americans think the sun revolves around the earth. No, they're not stupid. They're interplanetary mavericks.

"A third of Republicans believe Obama is not a citizen, and a third of Democrats believe that George Bush had prior knowledge of the 9/11 attacks, which is an absurd sentence because it contains the words "Bush" and "knowledge."

"People bitch and moan about taxes and spending, but they have no idea what their government spends money on. The average voter thinks foreign aid consumes 24% of our federal budget. It's actually less than 1%. And don't even ask about cabinet members: seven in ten think Napolitano is a kind of three-flavored ice cream. And last election, a full one-third of voters forgot why they were in the booth, handed out their pants, and asked, "Do you have these in a relaxed-fit?"

"And I haven't even brought up America's religious beliefs. But here's one fun fact you can take away: did you know only about half of Americans are aware that Judaism is an older religion than Christianity? That's right, half of America looks at books called the Old Testament and the New Testament and cannot figure out which one came first.

"And these are the idiots we want to weigh in on the minutia of health care policy? Please, this country is like a college chick after two Long Island Iced Teas: we can be talked into anything, like wars, and we can be talked out of anything, like health care. We should forget town halls, and replace them with study halls.

"There's a lot of populist anger directed towards Washington, but you know who concerned citizens should be most angry at? Their fellow citizens. "Inside the beltway" thinking may be wrong, but at least it's thinking, which is more than you can say for what's going on outside the beltway."

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Imhotep wrote:
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Imagine a 100-page book of photos. 50 of them are porn, the other 50 pages are exquisite photos of natures beauty,
Would you keep that book on your coffee table?
Let your children read it?
I call this the Pearl-In-The-Dung Syndrome.
Thy Bible suffers from it.
If we must plow through piles of dung to uncover a pearl here and there, I refuse to do it.
What isn't boring in that book is sadistically cruel, rabidly misogynic and just plain primitively stupid.
But even more important, the Bible is supposedly the guide to morality, inspired by a deity.
Why is any of that awful stuff included in such a supposedly wonderful guidebook?
Why does anyone have to make excuses for the filth in it?
The "context" argument does not hold.
There is no moral context into which murdering babies, for example, may be inserted.
Televangelists wave it dramatically, declaring it to be the "world's best-selling book for a reason,"
It may be the world's best seller, but not one Christian in a thousand knows what's really in it.
Do you?
Were you told or have you read it?
I suspect the former!
Yours in 'Christ' only if 'Allah' is willing and 'Krishna' has received Buddha's certified approval from Zeus.
Shalom ;)
Dont assume things.......Because Ians calls me a christian doesnt mean I am one. I agree with alot of what he says, I just have a problem with how he says it. I tell him that and he doesnt like it. Thats his problem not mine and it doesnt make me a christian. I like alot of the christians here and will stick up for them, another thing Ians doesnt like.

I have read the bible. Its why I'm no longer a christian. Its hard to follow, I wondered why alot of that stuff was included. I won't tell you I remember much of it, I cant quote hardly any of it. Scholars far smarter then me study it for years and come up with different opinions of the bible itself, let alone the different books of the bible. My opinion was that it was mostly fiction. I was a christian for fourty + years and I defended the book and made the apologies for it. I am not going to mock and ridicule those who still believe it, now that 'I have seen the light'. I wish it would go away, I feel the world would be better off without it, but i dont see it going anywhere soon.

I recently met up with an old friend. I found it kinda funny that I used to worry about his soul when we were younger. I never preached to him or anything, but he was an atheist and I felt sorry that he would not be with me and most of our friends in heaven in the end. i prayed for him. I found out he is now a christian, LOL, While I am no longer one LOL (unless of course you ask Ians). Once again I didnt say anything. Isnt life ironic........

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.. how can an college graduate not know of Vonnegut? To me, the idea is ludicrous ..
.. on second thought, maybe it was a Christian College ..
He is a good author, but is he a must read author?

Hardly not. Is Vonnegut required reading material in college or what?

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River Tam wrote:
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Do you want to play with me?
Do you really?
.. yes ..

Rated PG

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lil whispers wrote:
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And He said unto them, Ye are they which justify yourself before men; but God knoweth your hearts; for that which is highly esteemed among men is abomination in the sight of God.
For the wicked boasteth of his hearts desire and blesseth the covetous whom the Lord abhoreth.
This know also that in the last day perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud blasphemers.
"Man is a marvelous curiosity ... he thinks he is the Creator's pet ... he even believes the Creator loves him; has a passion for him; sits up nights to admire him; yes and watch over him and keep him out of trouble. He prays to him and thinks He listens. Isn't it a quaint idea." ~Mark Twain

Blasphemy is a victimless crime

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I was gonna flip you off but I got a cramp.
.. I'll wait ..

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River Tam wrote:
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"Just as a cautious businessman avoids investing all his capital in one concern, so wisdom would probably admonish us also not to anticipate all our happiness from one quarter alone."
~ Sigmund Freud
Ye cannot serve God and mammon.

But they will be rich fall into temptation and a snare and into many foolish and hurtful lust which drown men in destruction and perdition.

They shall cast their silver in the streets and their gold shall be removed; their silver and their gold shall not be able to deliver them in the day of the wrath of the Lord; they shall not satisfy their souls, neither fill their bowels; because it is the stumbling block of their iniquity.

Wisdom of the Holy Bible.

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River Tam wrote:
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"Adapt or perish, now as ever, is nature's inexorable imperative."
~ H.G. Wells
For all seek their own not the things which are Jesus Christ.

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