Prove there's a god.

“O'si yo!”

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#558646 Nov 3, 2012
For those of you who have memory issues, if you wish to address my post then address them TO ME, not someone else......otherwise your question will go unanswered.

Passing through the fact you would ask me how God would not be someTHING that required being created is the most absurd thing anyone could ever say aloud.

If you do not understand the difference between that which is SPIRITUAL and that which is human, that might be why you are in the dark about the matters of God.

Look up the word 'Eternal'.

“O'si yo!”

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#558647 Nov 3, 2012
Catcher1 wrote:
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No, you (Patty) are not the only bible bigot.
I'll give you that--you do have bedfellows.
what ever you need to believe Dan.

“O'si yo!”

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#558648 Nov 3, 2012
boooots wrote:
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Ok, Patty, for future reference when you come back to us and say (again) that you never tell lies on Topix, answer this question? I will copy off your response and put it in a file for easy access, so that we may refer to it again, when you try to deny what you said this time.
Question
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Are you "United in faith" the same person who also posts on Topix as Yellodog and Pattiecake58? I will accept only Yes or No as an answer. If you don't answer or if you avoid the question but give me some other reply then I will assume that means "yes".
I already know the answer, but I need it to come from your own post so I can copy and file it.
PS The quotation marks in front of and behind the name above are not part of the name.
please note i will only answer this question ONCE.
NO.
NO.
NO.

i am not pattiecake or yellodog.

If you ask it again, you will be ignored.
Henry

Bad Langensalza, Germany

#558649 Nov 3, 2012
Aerobatty wrote:
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Why?
Are you superstitious?
Invoking the devil?
Never any devil nor god!

“O'si yo!”

Since: Oct 12

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#558650 Nov 3, 2012
boooots wrote:
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Patty, do you think that we would really believe that two different posters from Russell Springs would both spell 'versus' as 'verses'?
Wasn't it you who didn't believe there was more than one patty in that area?
Henry

Bad Langensalza, Germany

#558651 Nov 3, 2012
dnky oe wrote:
<quoted text> So we see these creations of man and but yet we also see things man can barely explain and attribute them chance, though these other creation far surpass mans intellect or understanding. Who would be believe a man threw a bunch of metal, electronics and rubber into a pile and came back sometime later to find a lamborghini. And then believe no one touched that pile.
No god at all!

“O'si yo!”

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#558652 Nov 3, 2012
Passing Through wrote:
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Because you've publicly proclaimed your sexual history in Topix, Patricia. Chagning ID's doesn't change your sexual history. You claim to have been celibate since your divorce approximately 35 years ago except for at least one instance of fornication outside of wedlock about 24 years ago (and you didn't comment on whether this act of fornication was also considered adultery).
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Are you a Topix moderator now?
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The topic of thread isn't anal sex either. So why are you discussing it but take exception to your sex life?
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Do you think racism or misogyny are amusing terms as well?
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The APA considers homosexuality a normal variant of human sexuality and not a mental illness that needs to be "cured" or changed. People aren't required to conform to your religious beliefs of those of anyone else regarding their sexual orientation or sexual practices as they are not illegal and in fact is constitutionally protected private conduct.
It's too bad there aren't any peer-reviewed studies that corroborate any of the claimed successes of reparative therapy advocates. If there were, the APA would not have concluded from their review of available peer reviewed studies that reparative therapy was not efficacious and in some cases was actually harmful to patients. So essentially you're whining that the state of California has prohibited using treatments that have not been proven to work and/or that have been proven to cause harm in some instances.
You are obcessed with this patricia aren't you?

she must of upset your applecart in a major way.

“O'si yo!”

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#558653 Nov 3, 2012
Passing Through wrote:
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Are you saying I need to be destroyed, Patricia?
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No, you were the one who lied by claiming I said I was an expert or teacher of the Jewish faith. All I ever said was I shared my knowledge of it just as you always insisted on sharing your Christian faith.
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Yes, because Jesus didn't fulfill the Hebrew messianic prophecies as detailed by those of Jewish faith.
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But you prove my point about you lack honesty, Patricia by asserting a lie about me. On the other hand, I've always acknowledged what I have actually said in Topix; that you continually mischaracterize and lie about me and my comments isn't a lack of honesty on my part.
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And yet you still reply to me. And it still won't change the fact you're the same person who uses/used the YELLODOG and Pattiecake58 ID's. Nor will it change the fact I'll continue to reply to your posts when and as I see fit. If you choose to accept my posts without comment, so be it.
parasites continue to suck on animals after the animal is dead.
kind of like you are doing with your fixation on another poster.

This is called 'transference'.
Henry

Bad Langensalza, Germany

#558654 Nov 3, 2012
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Good question.
It is very easy: there was never such a thing like god!
dr Shrink

Baltimore, MD

#558655 Nov 3, 2012
Henry wrote:
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No god at all!
heniek
you are dumb polack and same like alexander of earth servant of puttin from russia

we know who are you,
ty jestes durny polack and by ly com uni sta byl twuj tatun ek

“O'si yo!”

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#558657 Nov 3, 2012
ROCCO wrote:
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Perhaps you've overlooked, or purposely ignored, or simply forgotten the following about your Dr. Robert L. Spitzer.
It's helpful and truthful to be honest about matters when you post them, Patty, and it's not a hard thing for decent and honest folks to put into practice. Many of us wish that you would engage in such a way, rather than manipulate, mislead, distort and, well, lie.
http://mediamatters.org/research/2012/05/21/c...
Several months ago I told you that because of my revised view of my 2001 study of reparative therapy changing sexual orientation, I was considering writing something that would acknowledge that I now judged the major critiques of the study as largely correct. After discussing my revised view of the study with Gabriel Arana, a reporter for American Prospect, and with Malcolm Ritter, an Associated Press science writer, I decided that I had to make public my current thinking about the study. Here it is.
[...]
The Fatal Flaw in the Study -- There was no way to judge the credibility of subject reports of change in sexual orientation. I offered several (unconvincing) reasons why it was reasonable to assume that the subject's reports of change were credible and not self-deception or outright lying. But the simple fact is that there was no way to determine if the subject's accounts of change were valid.
I believe I owe the gay community an apology for my study making unproven claims of the efficacy of reparative therapy. I also apologize to any gay person who wasted time and energy undergoing some form of reparative therapy because they believed that I had proven that reparative therapy works with some "highly motivated" individuals.
Robert Spitzer. M.D.
Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry,
Columbia University [Truth Wins Out, 4/25/12, emphasis original]
actually, what you have overlooked is that I supplied you with the source of that article, New York times, even gave you the name of the writer of that paticular article and told you to go read it.
did you?
Henry

Bad Langensalza, Germany

#558658 Nov 3, 2012
Zapps wrote:
It's possible to prove that there's God. Why do people think He doesn't exist? He is there and I can prove it. I'm coming out with a book on the subject sometime next year. You'll have every single prove of it. The title of the book is Composition Into Relativity. Everything will be covered with very simple logical explanations. keep your fingers crossed.
No god at all!
dr Shrink

Baltimore, MD

#558659 Nov 3, 2012
Lil Ticked wrote:
I don't agree with you so you are stupid.
who cares of your agree or not.
your stupidity is above average meter of water level after storm sandy in New York

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#558660 Nov 3, 2012
ROCCO wrote:
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Did you, Yellodog and Pattiecake58 all take the same spelling and grammar classes together with the same teacher in Russell Springs and/or Cincinnati?
Do you also share the same birthday with them, November 17 (and turning 58 with them in just 15 more days)?
Let me wish you "Happy 58th" in advance, especially since I have no way of knowing if the Lord will strike me dead before then.
Are you trying to imply that no one has spelling errors on here except for the ones you disagree with all the time?
not very honest of you to point out spelling errors when i do believe you yourself have shared a few on here from time to time.

Did you attend 'Dan Savage' classes on how to be a good bully?

“O'si yo!”

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#558661 Nov 3, 2012
En Sabah Nur wrote:
If there really was 1 real god, then no one would be having this argument or even alive after denying IT exists. Feel free to believe in fairy tales all you want, it doesn't make them real.
what does people choosing not to believe in God have to do with establishing there is no God? Of course there will be many who choose to reject God in their free will.

That doesn't mean there is no God, that just means there are deceived and foolish people in this world.

“O'si yo!”

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#558662 Nov 3, 2012
En Sabah Nur wrote:
The 3 biggest evils in the world; English, Democracy, and Christianity. What do they all have in common? Conformity.
I see so you are anti-freedom? A person who hates Democracy, hates freedom. A person who hates Christianity hates God, and a person who hates English is not American.

I hope you don't live here in America feeling that way.

Since: Nov 12

Martin, TN

#558663 Nov 3, 2012
United in faith wrote:
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please note i will only answer this question ONCE.
NO.
NO.
NO.
i am not pattiecake or yellodog.
If you ask it again, you will be ignored.
Perhaps what the person is trying to say is, "If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, then it must be a duck."

“O'si yo!”

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#558664 Nov 3, 2012
Lily the aborter wrote:
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I stated how I feel in the post you replied to Patty.
I do dislike liars and hypocrites though. So you would be on my "dislike" list...
I see you also are easily led around by your nose here.

shall i address you as happy lesbo, or love peace and happiness?

Sorry i ask you the question, i did not realize you were sharing passing throughs brain cells.

“O'si yo!”

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#558665 Nov 3, 2012
GuessAgain wrote:
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If God is a spirit or intangible, what mechanism or force allows it to interact with physically real objects?
You, nor I will know that untill we cross over and exchange human for spiritual.

Do you remeber in the bible when Moses wanted to see the face of God and God told Moses you can not see My face and live?
God is referred to as "an all consuming fire", power.
to answer your question if we knew how God does what He does, then we to would be gods.

Since: Nov 12

Martin, TN

#558666 Nov 3, 2012
United in faith wrote:
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what does people choosing not to believe in God have to do with establishing there is no God? Of course there will be many who choose to reject God in their free will.
That doesn't mean there is no God, that just means there are deceived and foolish people in this world.
Foolish people are those who believe in imaginary characters. Being a child is one thing, but as you get older, time to put away the imaginary friend.

And you missed the point of what I said, IF they reject, then they should not be alive to have this discussion or whatever. SO therefore since nothing is ever done in response on a godly level, no prayers answered, etc., etc., then IT is not real. It's just a fable to keep people in line and controlled. It's good in some ways for teaching children right from wrong, but I believe that as kids grow up they should move on and just live their lives instead of living the rest of their life as a blind, brain-washed sheep being led to the slaughterhouse.

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