What do u think of Jesus Christ?(God)

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#76006 Dec 15, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
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That's totally irrelevant. The facts are irrefutable. Religion is a mental illness whether or not a religiously retarded redneck like you ever has the guts to seek professional help. You're certifiably insane, kid.
Is Christianity a form of insanity?
http://jdstone.org/cr/files/religion-a-mental...
It's totally relevant. You were asked to supply a peer-reviewed study and you didn't. You couldn't. You found a blog that supports your already biased views. That's not very scientific at all, kid. So much for "objectivity" and "peer reviews" that you espouse so much. I dare say that you place so much stock in "objectivity" and "peer reviewed hypotheses" that it's... it's... almost...what's the word I'm looking for here? Oh yes- religious! So it's rather odd that you only found a blog and tried to pass it off as a peer reviewed study. That was dishonest. And what did you do when called on it? You claimed "irrelevance." Sorry kid but that doesn't cut it. As RN Student said, try again.
Myth Buster

Scottsdale, AZ

#76007 Dec 15, 2012
Eddy Boyd wrote:
It's totally relevant.
Wrong! Religious addiction is a mental illness not a lifestyle choice. Completely brainwashed godbots like you and RN Student shouldn't wait for an international ban and official recognition before seeking professional help.

Out of curiosity, do you also reside in the damn Bible Belt? The blissful ignorance you demonstrate in this forum is found in few places on earth outside the damn Bible Belt, kid.

7 reasons why religion is a form of mental illness:

(1) Hallucinations - the person has invisible friends who (s)he insists are real, and to whom (s)he speaks daily, even though nobody can actually see or hear these friends.

(2) Delusions - the patient believes that the invisible friends have magical powers to make them rich, cure cancer, bring about world peace, and will do so eventually if asked.

(3) Denial/Inability to learn - though the requests for world peace remain unanswered, even after hundreds of years, the patients persist with the praying behavior, each time expecting different results.

(4) Inability to distinguish fantasy from reality - the beliefs are contingent upon ancient mythology being accepted as historical fact.

(5) Paranoia - the belief that anyone who does not share their supernatural concept of reality is "evil," "the devil," "an agent of Satan".

(6) Emotional abuse -­religious concepts such as sin, hell, cause feelings of guilt, shame, fear, and other types of emotional "baggage" which can scar the psyche for life.

(7) Violence - many patients insist that others should share in their delusions, even to the extent of using violence.

“Primum non nocere”

Since: Jun 11

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#76008 Dec 15, 2012
This is the 12th chapter of an unknown book, not a peer reviewed study, try again.
Myth Buster wrote:
Religion and Mental Disorder:
http://www.softdevlabs.com/personal/psych/dis...
Religious systems affect the motives and behaviors of their followers. Just as they can strengthen moral commitments, they may stimulate disordered thinking and action. We see this in religion's concern with sin. A book chapter by O'Connell asks, "Is Mental Illness a Result of Sin?", and the well-known psychologist O. H. Mowrer attempted to bring the sin concept into psychotherapy. It was thus examined positively and negatively -- as a constructive control on behavior, and as an activator of guilt, depression, and distress. Obsession with sin and guilt seems to be a correlate of religious frameworks that stress moral perfection. An emphasis on perfection often incites feelings of low self-esteem and worthlessness, which can contribute to mental disorders. We also find the presence of sin and associated guilt in the motivation for mysticism, conversion, prayer, scrupulosity, confession, bizarre rituals, self-denial, and self-mutilation.
The need to expunge sin and reduce guilt is a powerful motive, and one that may eventuate in serious mental pathology. McGinley's fascinating presentation of the behavior of saints abounds in examples of grotesque, brutal, and painful masochistic behavior, which today we would regard as indicative of profound psychopathology.
Religious insitutions and leaders that demand absolute subservience and unquestioning obedience from followers frequntly use punitive threats and devices to eliminate individuality. Pruyser points out that those subject to such control must suspend any semblance of critical reasoning and substitute "unbridled and untutored fantasy." Blind faith of this sort requires in immature, if not extremely childish, denial of reality for its maintenance. The pathetic extremes to which such a belief may drive people have been evidenced many times in recent years. We need only consider such tragedies as the mass suicides and deaths of those in the People's Temple in Guyana, the Branch Davidians in Texas, and the Solar Temple group in Europe and Canada.

“Primum non nocere”

Since: Jun 11

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#76009 Dec 15, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
<quoted text>
That's totally irrelevant. The facts are irrefutable. Religion is a mental illness whether or not a religiously retarded redneck like you ever has the guts to seek professional help. You're certifiably insane, kid.
Is Christianity a form of insanity?
http://jdstone.org/cr/files/religion-a-mental...
Also not a peer reviewed study, did he serriously go to Frued? Lol

“Primum non nocere”

Since: Jun 11

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#76010 Dec 15, 2012
You really don't have a clue when it comes to psychiathric matters do you?

1. Hallucinations don't work that way, hallucinations can be auditory (hear things that aren't there), visual (see things that aren't there), or both. It is only in very few rare cases of psychotic disorders (such as schizophrenia) when you have hallucinations playing together with delusions that complex hallucinations can occur: however these are extremely rare.

2. Delusions involving power (grandiose delusions) center around the person, not someone else.

3. You are using a quote from Professor Eienstien who certainly knew his physics however he was not a psychologist.

4. Belief in a historical event (real or otherwise) does not constitute any form of insanity as defined in the DSM IV-TM, moreso you fail to list which events that you alledge people to believe in so your point falls short.

5. This could be true if it were true, I can't think of anyone who holds this belief. This would probanly be one of your prejudices at play here.

6. I'm going to have to defer to number 5 here.

7. Half true, we do share our beliefs with others however I have never heard of violence being used as a tool for ministry.
Myth Buster wrote:
<quoted text>
Wrong! Religious addiction is a mental illness not a lifestyle choice. Completely brainwashed godbots like you and RN Student shouldn't wait for an international ban and official recognition before seeking professional help.
Out of curiosity, do you also reside in the damn Bible Belt? The blissful ignorance you demonstrate in this forum is found in few places on earth outside the damn Bible Belt, kid.
7 reasons why religion is a form of mental illness:
(1) Hallucinations - the person has invisible friends who (s)he insists are real, and to whom (s)he speaks daily, even though nobody can actually see or hear these friends.
(2) Delusions - the patient believes that the invisible friends have magical powers to make them rich, cure cancer, bring about world peace, and will do so eventually if asked.
(3) Denial/Inability to learn - though the requests for world peace remain unanswered, even after hundreds of years, the patients persist with the praying behavior, each time expecting different results.
(4) Inability to distinguish fantasy from reality - the beliefs are contingent upon ancient mythology being accepted as historical fact.
(5) Paranoia - the belief that anyone who does not share their supernatural concept of reality is "evil," "the devil," "an agent of Satan".
(6) Emotional abuse -­religious concepts such as sin, hell, cause feelings of guilt, shame, fear, and other types of emotional "baggage" which can scar the psyche for life.
(7) Violence - many patients insist that others should share in their delusions, even to the extent of using violence.
Myth Buster

Scottsdale, AZ

#76012 Dec 15, 2012
RN Student wrote:
You really don't have a clue when it comes to psychiathric matters do you?
Clearly, it's YOU who's clueless because it's YOU who's the death-denying cowardly Christian cultist desperately clinging to your inane delusions of an imaginary father figure in the sky and an afterlife paradise for ignorant and intolerant godbots to thoroughly discredited and utterly ridiculous Dark Ages dogma. You're continuing to make a complete ass of yourself on an international forum, kid.

“Primum non nocere”

Since: Jun 11

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#76013 Dec 15, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
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Clearly, it's YOU who's clueless because it's YOU who's the death-denying cowardly Christian cultist desperately clinging to your inane delusions of an imaginary father figure in the sky and an afterlife paradise for ignorant and intolerant godbots to thoroughly discredited and utterly ridiculous Dark Ages dogma. You're continuing to make a complete ass of yourself on an international forum, kid.
Yet you couldn't post any kind of refutation when I corrected you on your misunderstandings of psychology. Stop playing doctor and leave it to the people who are actually educated in these matters k?
Myth Buster

Scottsdale, AZ

#76014 Dec 15, 2012
RN Student wrote:
Yet you couldn't post any kind of refutation when I corrected you on your misunderstandings of psychology.
You did no such thing by demonstrating your ignorance of hallucinations and delusions. You should stop trying to rationalize your self-degrading and destructive cultist lifestyle and seek professional help for your hallucinations and delusions, kid.

Hallucinations - Hallucinations are false or distorted sensory experiences that appear to be real perceptions. These sensory impressions are generated by the mind rather than by any external stimuli, and may be seen, heard, felt, and even smelled or tasted.

Delusions - A false belief strongly held in spite of invalidating evidence, especially as a symptom of mental illness.

“Primum non nocere”

Since: Jun 11

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#76015 Dec 15, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
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You did no such thing by demonstrating your ignorance of hallucinations and delusions. You should stop trying to rationalize your self-degrading and destructive cultist lifestyle and seek professional help for your hallucinations and delusions, kid.
Hallucinations - Hallucinations are false or distorted sensory experiences that appear to be real perceptions. These sensory impressions are generated by the mind rather than by any external stimuli, and may be seen, heard, felt, and even smelled or tasted.
Delusions - A false belief strongly held in spite of invalidating evidence, especially as a symptom of mental illness.
You can look up terms in a dictionary; however you do not have the education to understand the terms clinically as you continue to demonstrate. I would suggest taking some fundamental psychology classes (starting with 100 aka intro to psychology) rather than continuing to display your foolishness in this matter. When it comes to psychology: you don't know jack and it shows.

Since: Dec 12

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#76016 Dec 15, 2012
RN Student wrote:
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You can look up terms in a dictionary; however you do not have the education to understand the terms clinically as you continue to demonstrate. I would suggest taking some fundamental psychology classes (starting with 100 aka intro to psychology) rather than continuing to display your foolishness in this matter. When it comes to psychology: you don't know jack and it shows.
It show that he might truly need some psychological help. Sad. Very sad.
Myth Buster

Scottsdale, AZ

#76017 Dec 15, 2012
RN Student wrote:
I would suggest taking some fundamental psychology classes
I've taken psychology courses and understand pathetically brainwashed godbots like you more than these death-denying cowards will ever understand about themselves. You're certifiably insane and lack the capacity to recognize that religious addiction is a mental illness not a lifestyle choice. You're making a complete ass of yourself on an international forum and should be institutionalized immediately, kid.

http://ebooks.cambridge.org/chapter.jsf...

No area of psychopathology draws such public attention and morbid fascination as religious delusions. The discrepancy between grandiose revelations and disorganized behavior, between holy words and unholy demeanor, between mystical experiences and offensive conduct causes pitiful rejection at best and religious unrest at worst.
Myth Buster

Scottsdale, AZ

#76018 Dec 15, 2012
Eddy Boyd wrote:
Sad. Very sad.
It's truly sad that you're a completely brainwashed godbot without a mind of your own even though any supernatural involvement in the origin of the universe has essentially been ruled out by modern science, yet continue to desperately cling to your inane delusions of an imaginary father figure in the sky and an afterlife fantasyland. Like RN Student, you're certifiably insane and need professional help, kid.

“Primum non nocere”

Since: Jun 11

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#76019 Dec 15, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
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I've taken psychology courses...
Surprising seeing as how you consistently get it wrong. The book you mention is correct, there are religions themes in certain people with mental illness however the religious contexts in which they may manifest do not indicate their cause. Let's take schizophrenia for example: A person could believe they are God's messenger (grandiose delusion) and hear gods voice (auditory hallucinations) or they could get their orders from an angel (auditory and visual hallucinations). Did the religion cause it? No, it just set the medium for the manifestation of the illness. The truth is that schizophrenia is a congenital illness that affects neurotransmitters, specifically dopamine and glutamate (others may be possible but we are not entirely sure yet) and if you have a first degree relative (i.e. parent, brother, sister) you have a 10% chance of inheriting this illness.

Ultimately the sociological/environmental stimuli only play into it's manifestation, neurochemistry causes the illness.

Oh and you have still yet to provide that peer reviewed study so on both accounts: try again.

Since: Dec 12

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#76020 Dec 15, 2012
Myth Buster wrote:
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It's truly sad that you're a completely brainwashed godbot without a mind of your own even though any supernatural involvement in the origin of the universe has essentially been ruled out by modern science, yet continue to desperately cling to your inane delusions of an imaginary father figure in the sky and an afterlife fantasyland. Like RN Student, you're certifiably insane and need professional help, kid.
Supernatural involvement in the origin of the universe hasn't been ruled out. Maybe in your mind, and those who wish it to be that way, but the majority of the world population hasn't made a conclusive ruling on that yet and there's not a whole hell of a lot you can do about that.
ReligionMustDie

Oakland, CA

#76021 Dec 15, 2012
Serah wrote:
<quoted text>Well.... reason has it HE would have had darker skin than some; there are not too many pale faces out there in the dessert LOL
Serah, you tell your “blue eye theory” to the nik nok that breaks in to your house kills Puggy, rapes you and then robs you for everything that you have. Maybe you could even read him a few verses from the bible as he is raping you,,hmm? Do you like Socialism like so many in the States do, do you? Well, if you do, thank that nik nok while he is emptying your house. Because that is what Socialism is these days; thieves ,drones and bums taking from the people that work.
While you are talking about how blue eyes are an illusion, the mainstream media are hard at work altering the phone call that Mr. George Zimmerman made to 911 and withholding Police pictures making him appear to be a psycho killer racist. All while they ignore the heinous hate-crime that that interracial black boy did by breaking into the home of those respectable Senior Citizens, the Straits. That two-bit interracial punk repeatedly rapes the old lady while he is continuously shoots the man in the face with a BB gun after breaking his jaw.
‘MP Martin’: Mr. Strait was a WW2 veteran. That is what your country thinks of war Veterans. Your Countries Mainstream Media doesn’t so much as say diddly squat, it is reported overseas instead. In the U.S that two-bit punk trayvon martin is more important. All ready to set-up Mr. Zimmerman with hate-crime charges and ignore the real hate-crimes. How many people screamed for justice for The Straits? Any “hoodies” for the Straits,,hmm? Yeah, gung ho and Semper Fi, boy!! Mfn gruntin’ fools.
Myself, I would give my left testicle if I could take back my ‘service’. Anyone that joins the USM these days is one ignorant mfr.
So many European-Americans breeding themselves out of existence while the country goes to siht. It is no wonder why liberal D’s are overrunning the R’s. Murder and Crime is Plaguing this now piece of siht country and ninety percent of it is from non-Caucasians. Bunch of non compos mentis liberals! For holy crap sakes, a lot of liberal Caucasians are “Anti-White” and preach so! Filthy mfrs!!
Yes,“Anti-White” Caucasians preaching their anti-White rhetoric that live in their rich areas far away from what they are creating! F’n dirty mfrs!! And Jews like that no good rabbi Daniel Lapin spreading his filthy deceiving rhetoric! Cement and nail his yarmulke onto his head and yarmulkes on his families heads and ship them to Palestine. Let the muzzies deal with that no good filthy kike!
ReligionMustDie

Oakland, CA

#76022 Dec 15, 2012
While you christ tards are arguing, the muzzies and negros are taking from you. The negros are now doing to your gvnmnt what they have been doing to their own neighborhoods for years
Fools better get off you arses.
On this Anniversary of the Ft. Hood slaughter, obama goes on for a full two minutes about Indian gambling casinos and at the end, he makes a very brief mention of the Ft. Hood incident, like a side note or something. Your Congress? Well, they make no mention at all. Instead, they congratulate the New York Yankees! They say what that muslim Psycho did didn’t have any thing to do with his religion,even though he was dressed in full Muslim attire and screaming “God is great” in muzzy talk as he was mowing down Soldiers. In the court where he is being tried , he is allowed to keep his beard because it is part of his religion. ONLY person EVER to do such a thing. He and the people siding with him are making a MOCKERY of the U.S and the court system after he is trained by the military and then uses that training to kill many military Personnel
ReligionMustDie

Oakland, CA

#76023 Dec 15, 2012
Any ways, Serah, say hello to the Australian pygmies for me. Have you invited them over for an appreciative dinner yet? Whip’em up a nice Christmas dinner! Maybe you could even Invite a whole tribe of those beautiful brown eyed pygmies to stay with you and give them free room and board to show your gratefulness. You could probably fit 50 or 60 of those Pygmy midgets within one room! I mean you do like Australia, Don’t you? How many pygmy things of culture do you have in your house,,hmm? Do you have any pygmy spears, clothing, art ,etcetera adorning your home? Don’t you feel bad that you live in a nice big house while those beautiful brown eyed Pygmy midgets live waay ou in the boony dunes in wicker huts? Man alive!!… I bet they were a cake walk for the British! Those pygmy midgets probably came a chargin’ by the thousands screaming their barbaric war noises chucking their little spears whilst the British sprayed ’em down with Raid and set mouse traps to get ’em under control. When the Pygmies were stuck in the mouse traps, the British set loose the Coon dogs!! Sing it: Who let the dogs out…woooof.. woooof… Who let the dogs out…woooof…woooof ! Serah, just what would you do if a tribe of those midgets came to ytour neighbourhood and stood on your door step,,, hmmm? I mean would you welcome them or would you call the police? I bet you would call the police and tell them to come get those barbarian midgets off of your porch. No, serah, You know damn well you want nothing to do with those barbaric sub-humans. Just think though, if you did invite a tribe of those midgets in your house you could play Gulliver’s travels!! I mean you would be giant amongst the little people!
Ummm….(((NEWS FLASH!!)))…. A man was sleeping in a dumpster and the garbage man came along and emptied it into the garbage truck and he was compacted! Holy Crap!!.. Jesus was looking out for that fella!!
With that said, whatever you do, DO NOT allow those pygmy midgets to sleep in your garbage dumpster!! The pygmies are compact enough already without the garbage man coming along and compacting them further!!
Just mfn wow!!.. A fella was wandering around the grocery store parking lot with an empty gas can bumming money for gas.. He comes to me and starts talking of Jesus and how jesus is looking out for him and provides for him everything that he needs…TOOO funny!!.. I Just thought yet another A-hole full of siht that needs douching <calling Dr. Myth Buster!> Well, when he got around to the punch-line of hitting me up for me up for gas change, I looked at his gas can and then back to him and I said “Praise jesus!” turned my back to him and walked off. I will tell you religitard numbskulls something here: If he kept that jesus bs to himself, I would have given him a couple of dollars and probably even given him a ride to the gas station. But, since jesus provides for him everything that he needs, he obviously didn’t need anything from me. I bet the poor lil fella is still at the parking lot waiting for the manna -full gas cans- to miraculously fall from the sky. His lord and Savior , The Great Huricane Hussein Obama, will maybe give him some manna. Speaking of Hurricane Hussein obama, are you christ tards -specifically Military Personnel- are you familiar with the Marine Corp war veteran Mr. Hammer, the Man who has been unjustly sitting in a Mexican jail for something of 5-6 months? Oh yes he sits in a Mexican jail chained to his bed being protected from the Mexican gangster cartels. Where is your great leader Obama? He says not one word nor ANY help from him. A very large petition is even about , yet obama and his regime say nothing do nor do anything. That is what he and his crew thinks of you Military People. Gung ho and Semper-Fi! Idiots. Oh well, jesus is looking out for and providing for Mr. Hammer, ain‘t that right christians.
ReligionMustDie

Oakland, CA

#76024 Dec 15, 2012
Serah wrote:
<quoted text>Well.... reason has it HE would have had darker skin than some; there are not too many pale faces out there in the dessert LOL
God Speaks..



Let us dance!!
ReligionMustDie

Oakland, CA

#76025 Dec 15, 2012
Serah wrote:
<quoted text>Poor Old Queen Puggy has moved from this realm, Remudie, but I acknowledge that we indeed have strife here as well as anywhere else. A couple in their late 70's were bashed over the head by 'robbers' of the lowest order of mankind, regardless of colour or creed, and are now in critical conditions in hospital. I hate that siht, as much as you do, and I can assure you GOD hates it too. One can not cast a colour at a robber, Remudie, there are all types of thugs causing havoc around this world we all call home. We don't have capital punishment in Australia, but I can assure you, people are calling for it to be brought back again. We don't have true life sentences here either, and sadly, many of these murdering thugs are out and about in less than 10 years. It sucks, but so does our PM and the political party meant to be running our country. What do we do? We enjoy life and live like we should..... give your doggies a scratch, and I will give Pugstar a smooch from you :O)
Sera, I do believe a different type thing is going on over here.
Anyways you say " One can not cast a colour at a robber" Well, I say BS! Let me ask you this: How many murders this year in Adelaide? Oakland has about 130+ so far, ALL black and browns.
New york, about 400. I must say though, when a Caucasian does it He or She does mess around..LOL
Myth Buster

Scottsdale, AZ

#76026 Dec 15, 2012
RN Student wrote:
Surprising seeing as how you consistently get it wrong.
GODBOT:(noun) someone programmed from birth to follow religious leaders' every wish; often indoctrinated in Christian fellowships closed off to free thinkers. Extremely dangerous when church leaders use the GodBots to harm other non-GodBots.

GODBOTIC (verb) used to describe the hateful actions perpetuated by Christian people who won't listen to reason or logic.

Actually, it's YOU who continues to get it wrong. You're a brainwashed godbot via Christian indoctrination who doesn't have the intellectual capacity to recognize that organized religion is a hoax.

Religion has always been a mental illness not a lifestyle choice. You're a mentally ill godbot who lacks the guts to seek professional help. You should be totally ashamed of yourself, kid.

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