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#605231 Nov 4, 2013
Chess Jurist wrote:
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I think you meant (verb subject disagreement).
i think i meant what i meant;)

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#605232 Nov 4, 2013
When you mock and write the junk to correct another you need to think about this.

The accuser of our brethren which accused them before our God day and night. Revelation 12:10

Note; Then when we judge and accuse and condemn one another we are doing the work of Satan.

Therefore thou art inexcusable O man whosoever thou art that judges; for wherein thou judgest another thou condemnest thyself; for thou that
Judgest doest the same thing. Romans 2:1

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#605233 Nov 4, 2013
waaasssuuup wrote:
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i think i meant what i meant;)
Give that a re-think, goofy.

“H-o-o-o-o-o-o-ld on thar!”

Since: Sep 08

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#605234 Nov 4, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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I'm all for freedom of religion, but I think building a mosque at Ground Zero is way to insensitive to the people that don't want it there.
If they want to build a mosque, build it somewhere else.
And gays are free to marry whoever they like, as long as it's someone of the opposite gender.

And that's an example of freedom and your open-mindedness, right?

BTW, there are at least two mosques already within 12 blocks of the WTC.

http://www.nbcnews.com/id/38760800/#.UnfiZnC-...

And the Pentagon chapel hosts regular Islamic prayer services.

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#605235 Nov 4, 2013
waaasssuuup wrote:
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you prove that the Biblical geneologies are not 'real'!
archeologists only continue to prove that they are and the whole history of the nation of Israel is living proof of them!
why do you think the antichrist's of the world ALWAYS try to get rid of the Jews whenever they rise through a socialist/communist/dictator power???
Which genealogy, goofy?

The one in 1 Chronicles 3 or the different one in Matthew?

Or even the different one in Luke.

And after Jesus, please provide the genealogy that connects a fool such as you to the historical Jesus.

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#605236 Nov 4, 2013
macumazahn wrote:
<quoted text>And gays are free to marry whoever they like, as long as it's someone of the opposite gender.
And that's an example of freedom and your open-mindedness, right?
BTW, there are at least two mosques already within 12 blocks of the WTC.
http://www.nbcnews.com/id/38760800/#.UnfiZnC-...
And the Pentagon chapel hosts regular Islamic prayer services.
2 blocks is much closer than 12

The Pentagon is enclosed

It's not just the proximity. It is hearing the bells (which one can from 2 blocks away) and seeing people in full garb for the very reason used to murder when trying to go to a death site to mourn.

But you actually made the point even easier. They already have two more mosques 12 blocks away. There is absolutely no reason they need a third 2 blocks away. It is looking more and more like this is just a big middle finger from this group that wants to build there

And the Muslim behind wanting to build the mosque there says the U.S. has spilled more blood the Al Qaida...

"Yet he's also accused the U.S. of spilling more innocent blood than al-Qaida, the terrorist network that turned the World Trade Center, part of the Pentagon and four hijacked airplanes to apocalyptic rubble."

But he did also chastise his own religion for being in "some ways" behind the times

Yeah, nothing controversial or insensitive about this guy building a Mosque 2 blocks away
Jesus aint no Messiah

Upper Darby, PA

#605237 Nov 4, 2013
Epiphany2 wrote:
Today's Prayer
Dear God, please give me a vision (or thank you for the vision you have given me) for what you want to accomplish through me. I pray that you will open my eyes, give me wisdom and guidance, and prevent me from putting the "cart before the horse." Help me to wait when I should wait and to act when I should act. Thank you for finding me worthy, through the blood and righteousness of Christ, to be a child of yours and to be a participant in your plans for today. I praise you God. In Jesus' name, amen.
Prime time with God
You already put the cart before the horse when you thought that the book called Genesis was so called "inspired by god".

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#605238 Nov 4, 2013
River Tam wrote:
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I'm really quite smart, Skom.
If I don't understand something you write, I will ask for clarification.
;-)
I assumed you would know what I meant from context

My corrections are not an indicator of whether I think the person I am posting to will understand. Just force of habit really if I notice it. I have been putting "edits" or "corrections" on my posts since I started on Topix

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#605239 Nov 4, 2013
Chess Jurist wrote:
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Which genealogy, goofy?
The one in 1 Chronicles 3 or the different one in Matthew?
Or even the different one in Luke.
And after Jesus, please provide the genealogy that connects a fool such as you to the historical Jesus.
Jesus aint no Messiah

Upper Darby, PA

#605240 Nov 4, 2013
waaasssuuup wrote:
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ben - "Notthin in Isaiah is about a Messiah"
the above statement of yours says it all for me - i have absolutely zero respect for your understanding of the Bible and therefore i reject everything you say about it and/or God.
I'm not surprised.
Cultists >must< reject the data when it doesn't resonate with their belief system.

You're still in pre-school.

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#605242 Nov 4, 2013
River Tam wrote:
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Have you ever been to a mosque, Skom?
I'm an atheist but I go to church because my girlfriend is Christian. I don't have to believe in that particular religion to visit there. The people there are very nice. They accept me because they're human beings and I'm very likable. It's enjoyable to me mostly because it makes Mia happy but that's not the only reason. They seem to be good people and I think they are. By now, they know we're homosexual and you know what? They don't seem to care.
Mia was worried about that at first. I wasn't. The first time she took me, she was like, "We can't hold hands". I was like, "Why?" She said, "Because we're girls". I said, "I think they're going to notice that. We're wearing dresses." She was like, "You know what I mean."
I did know what she meant and I played along because she's so fuckincute but I told her that eventually, they would figure it out.
We're just people.
I have never been to a Mosque

Not even sure what goes on. I have never been to a Temple either

If i ever saw one is passing one day I might pop my head in just out of curiosity

I am pretty emotionally neutral about other faiths. This isn't a faith issue to me. If some idiot dressed up as Ronald McDonald claimed he murdered everybody in the name of McDonalds I would oppose building a McDonalds next door and having someone dressed up as Ronald McDonald outside honking his red rubber nose.

Its just common courtesy and basic human understanding IMO to acknowledge, even if through no fault of their own, the murders and their group are linked in people's minds. And that seeing them reminds the victims. So even though most people aren't blaming them. Perhaps they could use show some sensitivity and not crash funeral so-to-speak. Even more so if the person behind wabting to build the McDonalds was quoting as saying the U.S. has killed way more people than fast food

People are just people

Normally that can be a good thing. Sometimes it explains why people do stupid things. People are just people. And some people only think of themselves

I'm glad the place you go has been so nice and accepting. That is how it should be

(T) Peace

(T)

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#605244 Nov 4, 2013
BenAdam wrote:
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OK. Good point.
Not even going to nitpick.... well, maybe later. <smile>
Heh

But seriously, I appreciate it

Some people claim anybody against it is anti-Muslim and bigoted. Or against it because of Christianity.

Neither are the case for me. I wouldn't care who was behind it. I would be against shoving a reminder in the face of the victims

(T) Peace

Since: Jul 08

Columbus, OH

#605245 Nov 4, 2013
Dr Shrink wrote:
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you are to stupid to be surprised or not,
everybody urinate and fart to all your comments
Brain damage.
Jesus aint no Messiah

Upper Darby, PA

#605246 Nov 4, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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I know what you're saying, that El was a name for a deity.
But what you're missing is that 'El' is a word from a language that is not English. It translates to 'God' in English.
That's all I'm saying.
Ok. Fair enough.
Apparently the English translators decided to go with the term 'el' to define the monotheistic beliefs.
Actually, the translators should have used the term Yhwh instead since the tribe of Judah and Benjamin were the remaining 12.

What happened, my friend, as ben Adam stated was that when the land of Judah was allowed to return after their diaspora they incorporated the God El and Yhwh into one calling the general term of their god as 'El' and the proper name of their god as Yhwh.

Two different deities rolled into one.

Aw man, now I'm craving for some Reese's candy...lol
Jesus aint no Messiah

Upper Darby, PA

#605247 Nov 4, 2013
dr Shrink wrote:
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excelent fat ugly face for haloween
I saw your face on the moon during the solar eclipse yesterday morning.

Dam...are you fugly!!
LOL

“let's do this thang!”

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#605249 Nov 4, 2013
Chess Jurist wrote:
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Which genealogy, goofy?
The one in 1 Chronicles 3 or the different one in Matthew?
Or even the different one in Luke.
And after Jesus, please provide the genealogy that connects a fool such as you to the historical Jesus.
they're all good, goofy!

just like with everyone, there are different geneologies based on your mother or father's side, and then from their mother or father's side...etc. geneologies can get rather complicated that way. the beauty of the Bible is that it gives us some different angles as proof to their validity!

sadly, mockers will mock regardless of ANY information you give them, but only to their own destruction. i.e., believers get more knowleadgeble and refined, while unbelievers get more deceived and repulsive:-(

"He who is unjust, let him be unjust still; he who is filthy, let him be filthy still; he who is righteous, let him be righteous still; he who is holy, let him be holy still" Rev 22

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#605250 Nov 4, 2013
Jesus aint no Messiah wrote:
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You already put the cart before the horse when you thought that the book called Genesis was so called "inspired by god".
You already turned your cart upside down. Just look what thoughts can do.

“let's do this thang!”

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#605252 Nov 4, 2013
Jesus aint no Messiah wrote:
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I'm not surprised.
Cultists >must< reject the data when it doesn't resonate with their belief system.
You're still in pre-school.
i know, huh?

so, when are you gonna leave your doomed cult of antichrist?
just cuz it's the majority doesn't mean it's right ya know!

"as it was in the days of noah, so shall it be in the end" Jesus
Jesus aint no Messiah

Upper Darby, PA

#605253 Nov 4, 2013
BenAdam wrote:
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Thank you.
I find it very disheartening that atheists know more about Christianity than the people who believe it is the Word of God.
In all honesty, if I believed it was the Word of God I would spend every waking moment trying to memorize it instead of taking some preacher's paltry sermons on Sundays.
That "believers" appear to not be interested indicates to me that are far from "believers".
It seems to me, that I study it because I am more a believer than 'believers'.
Does that make sense to you ?
Yeah, it does.
When one keeps an open mind they could look at the biblical data in an unbiased fashion and try to piece parts of it with other unbiblical information and see how the pieces fit together.
Apparently, many biblical writers were also biased and that creates a more distorted scenario.
However, there is numerous information in these texts, especially in the historical way, to link their culture to many others in the Near East.

Heck, they were all neighbors sharing a cup of coffee together while at the same time tossing rocks at one another.

Juvenile, I say...LOL

“Ditat Deus”

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#605254 Nov 4, 2013
macumazahn wrote:
<quoted text>And gays are free to marry whoever they like, as long as it's someone of the opposite gender.
And that's an example of freedom and your open-mindedness, right?
Ok, that was random. You should know by now that I'm apathetic towards gay marriage or any marriage. I really don't care what they do, so why you call that "my" open-mindedness I have no idea.
BTW, there are at least two mosques already within 12 blocks of the WTC.
http://www.nbcnews.com/id/38760800/#.UnfiZnC-...
And the Pentagon chapel hosts regular Islamic prayer services.
That's fine. All I'm saying is that they shouldn't want to build a mosque 2 blocks from Ground Zero, that's thoughtless to the victim's families. Not that all Muslims are bad people, but you know as well as I do that most people will see the Muslims and be reminded of terrorism.

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