What do u think of Jesus Christ?(God)

“Primum non nocere”

Since: Jun 11

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#75387 Nov 21, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
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In fact, there are primary sources listed on her site. I've not just provided you with a link to them, but listed them above.
Here's a link to valuable insight on religious brainwashing. If an intelligent stem cell research science could be easily manipulated into thinking she's had a supernatural experience in 15 minutes then it's no wonder a retarded redneck is having so much difficulty accepting that he's been brainwashed to believe complete and utter nonsense:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =LksVbHxLRvYXX&feature=rel mfu
So you admit you didn't post a link to any primary sources when earlier you said you did. That makes you a liar.

So why don't you post those primary sources?
atheists dont have a clue

Kalamazoo, MI

#75388 Nov 21, 2012
Resurrectionologist wrote:
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You have no doubt noticed that he didn't even touch my historical methodology post. I wonder why. All he has is ad hominem.
It's not that Jesus did or didn't exist, but that he doesn't even want to consider that Jesus ever existed. He says we need to look at objective sources, but then he refuses to do so himself. If it doesn't align with his worldview, he doesn't even consider it.
That's because people like him are arrogant and selfish.
atheists dont have a clue

Kalamazoo, MI

#75389 Nov 21, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
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In fact, there are primary sources listed on her site. I've not just provided you with a link to them, but listed them above.
Here's a link to valuable insight on religious brainwashing. If an intelligent stem cell research science could be easily manipulated into thinking she's had a supernatural experience in 15 minutes then it's no wonder a retarded redneck is having so much difficulty accepting that he's been brainwashed to believe complete and utter nonsense:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =LksVbHxLRvYXX&feature=rel mfu
Well I'm sure that I have more proof of religion being right than you have proof of what you believe in being right. So where's your proof that your beliefs are right, huh arrogant one?
atheists dont have a clue

Kalamazoo, MI

#75390 Nov 21, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
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Wrong! Her research is meticulous and her findings are indisputable. The biblical Jesus never existed. You just don't have the guts to accept them.
No brainwashed godbot has ever presented any credible historical evidence to the contrary, which isn't the least bit surprising. Mythical characters can't procreate!
You should stick to things you can figure out. Like the only things that you really know: the earth is round and there is life on it.

“Thank you GOD for JESUS”

Since: Jul 07

And thank you JESUS for caring

#75391 Nov 22, 2012
ReligionMustDie wrote:
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I had to google that one!! Never heard the word "idgits" before..
hahaha..... I guess we have Googled much written by each other, LOL, I didn't even know what an avatar was :)

Happy Thanksgiving old friend, and give your doggies a scratch from me!!

“Thank you GOD for JESUS”

Since: Jul 07

And thank you JESUS for caring

#75392 Nov 22, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
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Don't flatter yourself! If your were capable of thinking rationally then you'd have the intelligence to understand that the universe and life on earth had entirely natural origins.
If we were atheists, we would be like you, changing people's avatar names at the whim and will of a hat, and without a touch of compassion or guilt.

If I could be like you, I don't think I could or would look myself in the eyes again, I wouldn't like what I would see.

Try and find some honor somewhere deep down inside of you, and perhaps act like a man for a change!!

“Thank you GOD for JESUS”

Since: Jul 07

And thank you JESUS for caring

#75393 Nov 22, 2012
Jeff wrote:
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Hon, please take my advice and do some reading before you post again. It's embarrassing what you write.
PA has been embarrassing himself for years, and doesn't seem to give a hoot. Ah well, perhaps he thinks we can't see what he changes?? Or perhaps, he doesn't think at all.. LOL
Myth Buster

Glendale, AZ

#75394 Nov 22, 2012
RN Student wrote:
So why don't you post those primary sources?
Hoe many more times would you like to be provided with a link to the primary sources Murdock used in Christ in Egypt which I have listed previously listed for you?

It's not surprising that you're a liar because your disingenuous cult criticized Murdock for a lack of primary sources in her first book even though factual statements cited from another book are still facts.

Murdock has provided primary sources in her subsequent books even if a death-denying coward like you is incapable of accepting the irrefutable historical fact that organized religion is nothing more than a cruel hoax created by nefarious opportunists to control the retarded.

You're certifiably insane and should take my advice to seek professional help and cease making a complete ass of yourself on an international forum, kid.
Myth Buster

Glendale, AZ

#75395 Nov 22, 2012
Christians dont have a brain wrote:
Well I'm sure that I have more proof of religion being right than you have proof of what you believe in being right.
It's called faith because there isn't any proof. A godbot's personal delusions and willful ignorance of science is proof of religious brainwashing not their cult's dogma.

Rational people don't have beliefs. We study science based on observations and experiments. Our proofs are science books.
Myth Buster

Glendale, AZ

#75396 Nov 22, 2012
Serah wrote:
Or perhaps, he doesn't think at all
There was a time when some of the rational people here sympathized with your staggeringly ignorant posts and assumed you were a home-schooled child being abused by misguided parents.

You've since acknowledged being a perceived victim of abuse who joined a religious cult to escape reality instead of being adequately treated mental health care professionals.

Religious cults prey on young children and troubled adults. You were the sort of lily-livered coward that religious cults devour. Today, you're so dangerously delusional that you believe fairies are your friends.

You're not a sympathetic figure. You're just a revolting bitch with the intellectual capacity of a mentally retarded child sharing your inane personal delusions with other godbots. Rational people see right through retards like you.
Myth Buster

Glendale, AZ

#75397 Nov 22, 2012
Someday, brainwashing institutions throughout the world will be converted to de-conversion centers to assist victims of religious indoctrination in becoming truly enlightened and overcome their mental illness.

The videos below would be helpful if shown at de-conversion centers and are must viewing for godbots who haven't been completely milked of their free will to think for themselves.

Unfortunately, I sincerely doubt that any of the godbots who have posted here recently have a mind or will of their own having completely surrendered control to their cult.



http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Godbots should be thankful there are rational people exposing the greatest hoax ever perpetuated against the human race.

“Primum non nocere”

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#75398 Nov 22, 2012
How hard is it to post a citation? I guess in your case very hard when you are trying to find a citation for a primary soure that doesn't exist. Most of Murdock's claims abour the origins of Horus are torn apart in the third hymn to Osiris which you can find in the Egyptian Book of the Dead. See? Not that hard when the source exists.
Myth Buster wrote:
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Hoe many more times would you like to be provided with a link to the primary sources Murdock used in Christ in Egypt which I have listed previously listed for you?
It's not surprising that you're a liar because your disingenuous cult criticized Murdock for a lack of primary sources in her first book even though factual statements cited from another book are still facts.
Murdock has provided primary sources in her subsequent books even if a death-denying coward like you is incapable of accepting the irrefutable historical fact that organized religion is nothing more than a cruel hoax created by nefarious opportunists to control the retarded.
You're certifiably insane and should take my advice to seek professional help and cease making a complete ass of yourself on an international forum, kid.
Jeff

San Jose, CA

#75399 Nov 22, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
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Once again, there's no such thing as a belief system. Rational adults don't have beliefs. Rational adults study science based in reality on observation and experimentation.
Don't be silly. Everyone has a belief system. You could not live without it. Science is a belief system that has some value for some things. The problem with science is that it is constantly changing with new theories and its not always possible to know what reality really is. Hope this helps.

Since: Sep 12

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#75402 Nov 22, 2012
atheists dont have a clue wrote:
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That's because people like him are arrogant and selfish.
The real irony of atheism (or anti-theism) is the circular reasoning they use, while calling us illogical or unintelligent. There's a reason that anti-theists like Pomona Atheist (aka Myth Buster) reject apologetics. They like to claim that apologetics is just a set of canned responses to silence critics, and that's not true at all.

Apologetics is just a logical and very reasonable defense of our own faith. The real reason that PAMB and those like him (Pamona Atheist aka PA + Myth Buster aka MB = PAMB) don't like apologetics is because apologetics corrects their presuppositions. They don't like to be corrected. Correcting them causes them to question their own worldview, and in turn if they question their worldview too much, it compromises their comfort zone. It implies that they could be wrong. This is something that atheists who wish to maintain their worldview must avoid at all costs if they are to hold onto that. So it's not really logical at all. Sure they'll try to revert to scientific data to assure themselves that God doesn't exist, but that's more circular reasoning. Science is completely compatible with spiritual beliefs. Science answers the processes, while spirituality answers the bigger questions such as "who" and "why."

The real enemy of science isn't religion or spirituality, but naturalism. Naturalism is the dogmatic, ethnocentric belief that every event must have a natural cause. This isn't really true. The laws of nature are as not rigid and absolute as the atheist wants to believe. The laws of nature are such that they describe what generally happens. The laws of nature are not supposed to declare what can and can't happen. If there is an all powerful creator, then it's only logical to presume that He could intervene as needed and act outside of the normal events within nature.

The atheist rejection is based more upon emotion. They can't stand the thought of being wrong, but they take it to extremes to make their premises and conclusions the same. This is what I find ironic.

Then when we point this out, they respond with more ad hominem. At this point, consistent with his posting style, PAMB has two choices:

1- Ignore this post altogether like he did on my post about correct methodology in regard to historical research or;

2- Reply with more ad hominem arguments.(Insults)

Anyone care to place a wager on which way he will go?

I hope everyone is having a great Thanksgiving.

“Primum non nocere”

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#75403 Nov 22, 2012
I bet a drum stick he'll go for the ad hominem.
Resurrectionologist wrote:
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The real irony of atheism (or anti-theism) is the circular reasoning they use, while calling us illogical or unintelligent. There's a reason that anti-theists like Pomona Atheist (aka Myth Buster) reject apologetics. They like to claim that apologetics is just a set of canned responses to silence critics, and that's not true at all.
Apologetics is just a logical and very reasonable defense of our own faith. The real reason that PAMB and those like him (Pamona Atheist aka PA + Myth Buster aka MB = PAMB) don't like apologetics is because apologetics corrects their presuppositions. They don't like to be corrected. Correcting them causes them to question their own worldview, and in turn if they question their worldview too much, it compromises their comfort zone. It implies that they could be wrong. This is something that atheists who wish to maintain their worldview must avoid at all costs if they are to hold onto that. So it's not really logical at all. Sure they'll try to revert to scientific data to assure themselves that God doesn't exist, but that's more circular reasoning. Science is completely compatible with spiritual beliefs. Science answers the processes, while spirituality answers the bigger questions such as "who" and "why."
The real enemy of science isn't religion or spirituality, but naturalism. Naturalism is the dogmatic, ethnocentric belief that every event must have a natural cause. This isn't really true. The laws of nature are as not rigid and absolute as the atheist wants to believe. The laws of nature are such that they describe what generally happens. The laws of nature are not supposed to declare what can and can't happen. If there is an all powerful creator, then it's only logical to presume that He could intervene as needed and act outside of the normal events within nature.
The atheist rejection is based more upon emotion. They can't stand the thought of being wrong, but they take it to extremes to make their premises and conclusions the same. This is what I find ironic.
Then when we point this out, they respond with more ad hominem. At this point, consistent with his posting style, PAMB has two choices:
1- Ignore this post altogether like he did on my post about correct methodology in regard to historical research or;
2- Reply with more ad hominem arguments.(Insults)
Anyone care to place a wager on which way he will go?
I hope everyone is having a great Thanksgiving.

Since: Nov 12

Nottingham, UK

#75404 Nov 22, 2012
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Myth Buster

Glendale, AZ

#75405 Nov 22, 2012
Jeff wrote:
Science is a belief system
The Christian indoctrination center that produced a world class ignoramus like you needs to be shutdown immediately. Religions are dogma-based indoctrination not faith-based belief systems.

Science is based on facts not beliefs. Unlike Dark Ages religious dogma, our scientific knowledge is always increasing. Yet, no scientific evidence exists in support of supernatural creatures, kid.
Myth Buster

Glendale, AZ

#75406 Nov 22, 2012
Doctor REALITY wrote:
What do I think of Him?? I think He' SO powerful that He CREATED 'THIS': http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =A2Y6ay-41NoXX
The universe wasn't created by your imaginary friend, freak.
Myth Buster

Glendale, AZ

#75407 Nov 22, 2012
Doctor REALITY wrote:
Look at those flames shooting THOUSANDS of miles high in that video!!! And who's responsible for such an awesome display of power??!!
A religiously retarded redneck's willful ignorance of science and nature is proof of religious brainwashing not the mythical deity of their barbaric cult.
Myth Buster

Glendale, AZ

#75408 Nov 22, 2012
Resurrectionologist wrote:
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The real irony of atheism (or anti-theism) is the circular reasoning they use, while calling us illogical or unintelligent. There's a reason that anti-theists like Pomona Atheist (aka Myth Buster) reject apologetics. They like to claim that apologetics is just a set of canned responses to silence critics, and that's not true at all.
Apologetics is just a logical and very reasonable defense of our own faith. The real reason that PAMB and those like him (Pamona Atheist aka PA + Myth Buster aka MB = PAMB) don't like apologetics is because apologetics corrects their presuppositions. They don't like to be corrected. Correcting them causes them to question their own worldview, and in turn if they question their worldview too much, it compromises their comfort zone. It implies that they could be wrong. This is something that atheists who wish to maintain their worldview must avoid at all costs if they are to hold onto that. So it's not really logical at all. Sure they'll try to revert to scientific data to assure themselves that God doesn't exist, but that's more circular reasoning. Science is completely compatible with spiritual beliefs. Science answers the processes, while spirituality answers the bigger questions such as "who" and "why."
The real enemy of science isn't religion or spirituality, but naturalism. Naturalism is the dogmatic, ethnocentric belief that every event must have a natural cause. This isn't really true. The laws of nature are as not rigid and absolute as the atheist wants to believe. The laws of nature are such that they describe what generally happens. The laws of nature are not supposed to declare what can and can't happen. If there is an all powerful creator, then it's only logical to presume that He could intervene as needed and act outside of the normal events within nature.
The atheist rejection is based more upon emotion. They can't stand the thought of being wrong, but they take it to extremes to make their premises and conclusions the same. This is what I find ironic.
Then when we point this out, they respond with more ad hominem. At this point, consistent with his posting style, PAMB has two choices:
1- Ignore this post altogether like he did on my post about correct methodology in regard to historical research or;
2- Reply with more ad hominem arguments.(Insults)
Anyone care to place a wager on which way he will go?
I hope everyone is having a great Thanksgiving.
Congratulations! You just posted one of the most inane comments in the history of topix. You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about, but a brainless and spineless godbot like you will grasp at anything to desperately cling to your Dark Ages dogma.

There's no circular logic to anti-theism, which is the opposition to religious brainwashing. This irrefutable fact has been explained to you repeatedly, but your pathetically brainwashed mind can't handle facts in contradiction to your programming.

The apologetic defense of religion is so illusive and illogical that it is a basic mental default; a remnant left over from the mystical and superstitious childhood years fed and modified by the professional (paid) clergy. The rush to lock a young mind into a god complex is the main goal of all denominations, sects and cults. The old Catholic maxim “Given be a child to the age of twelve and I’ll give you a Catholic for life.” can also be seen in fervent missionary movements especially in the LDS Mormons, who, like the Blues Brothers Jake and Elroy, are “on a mission from God”.

http://debunkingchristianity.blogspot.com/200...

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