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#565135 Nov 23, 2012
Tide with Beach wrote:
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This is one of my favorite games.
Stained Ass Widow
Trinity and Tobacco
Holy Ghost Busters
The Frankincense Monster
Dial M for Myrrh
The Immaculate Contraceptive (NIB)
Pretty good.

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#565136 Nov 23, 2012
endtime

AOL

#565137 Nov 23, 2012
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PROOF Obama's ReElection = ANTICHRIST_______

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#565138 Nov 23, 2012
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Oh sure. Because evilbible MUST be telling the truth... pfft
Don't be ignorant. Genesis 1:1–2:3 provides us with a chronological account of what God did on each of the days during the creation week. Genesis 2:4–25 zooms in on day six and shows some of the events of that day.
Get it?
Genesis 1 is a chronological account.
Genesis 2 is a descriptive account.
NOT contradictory.
Read it and weep, Mr. Revisionist. These are contradictions:

CONTRADICTIONS BETWEEN THE TWO CREATION STORIES IN GENESIS
adapted from http://skepticsannotatedbible.com/contra/acco...

[1] Were the non-human animals created before man was created [Genesis 1:25-27], or was man created before the lower animals were created [Genesis 2:18-19]?

Genesis 1:25-27 (Humans were created after the other animals.)“And God made the beast of the earth after his kind, and cattle after their kind, and every thing that creepeth upon the earth after his kind: and God saw that it was good. And God said, Let us make man in our image.... So God created man in his own image.”

Genesis 2:18-19 (Humans were created before the other animals.)“And the LORD God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him. And out of the ground the LORD God formed every beast of the field, and every fowl of the air; and brought them unto Adam to see what he would call them: and whatsoever Adam called every living creature, that was the name thereof.”

[5] Were there two or seven on the ark?

Genesis 6:19-21 - "And of every living thing of all flesh, two of every sort shalt thou bring into the ark, to keep them alive with thee; they shall be male and female. Of fowls after their kind, and of cattle after their kind, of every creeping thing of the earth after his kind, two of every sort shall come unto thee, to keep them alive. And take thou unto thee of all food that is eaten, and thou shalt gather it to thee; and it shall be for food for thee, and for them." -

Genesis 7:2-3 - "Of every clean beast thou shalt take to thee by sevens, the male and his female: and of beasts that are not clean by two, the male and his female. Of fowls also of the air by sevens, the male and the female; to keep seed alive upon the face of all the earth."

[3] Were the birds created before man was created [Genesis 1:20-21, 26-27], or was man created before birds were created [Genesis 2:7, 19]?

[4] Were man and woman were created at the same time [Genesis 1:26-27], or was man was created first, woman sometime later [Genesis 2:7, 21-22]?

[5] Were the trees created before man was created [Genesis 1:11-12, 26-27] or was man was created before the trees were created [Genesis 2:4-9]?

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#565139 Nov 23, 2012
RiversideRedneck wrote:
Unlearnable - it's a Scrabble word :)
unlearnable (not comparable)
adjective
1. Not able to be learned.
en.wiktionary.org/wiki/unlearnable
That would be fine, but you used the word to mean unteachable. That is a very different idea, isn't it.

RiversideRedneck wrote: "You are untrainable & unlearnable."
http://www.topix.com/forum/topstories/TOCO8TE...

Here is another example of your mind skipping a track. This happens a lot with you. It's the equivalent of making errors like 7 + 4 = 12 every tenth or twentieth time you try to add to digits. There is just no way you're ever going to get a column of multi-digit numbers added correctly without help.

Likewise with a chain of thought. If you make as many mistakes in all of your thinking as you do in your Topix posting, well, not much that you post can be correct.
RiversideRedneck wrote:
I should really start charging you...
You really should start paying us.

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Fennario

#565140 Nov 23, 2012
RiversideRedneck wrote:
You got a problem with torturing prisoners? Did your mom take your balls away again?
Your boy Bush agreed with you. Christian ethics, meaning the ones you people embody rather than the words in your book that you point to when praising yourselves but ignore in practice, simply need to be expunged from American culture.

We can do better than this.

“I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. They are so unlike your Christ.”- Mahatma Gandhi

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#565141 Nov 23, 2012
Tide with Beach wrote:
Dear Lord, blessed be your hooves and antlers. Blessed be your white tail and excellent hearing. Be with us next time we go hunting, and stand very very still. We thank you for the food we will surely carve out of you. Let it nourish our bodies, and give us the thrill of the hunt, and sorry, but this will be our last conversation.
Amen.
Oh, deer god in heaven.

“H-o-o-o-o-o-o-ld on thar!”

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#565142 Nov 23, 2012
KittenKoder wrote:
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Pft, you just want me more drunk.
Well, that's a side-effect of practice.

*snicker*

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#565143 Nov 23, 2012
timn17 wrote:
Another legendary troll speaks to me? Am I the chosen one?
Were you born under a bad sign with a blue moon in your eyes?
&fe ature=related

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#565144 Nov 23, 2012
Tide with Beach wrote:
You mean because of the holiday? I don't think everyone celebrates Thanksgiving.
And even for those that do, it doesn't take all day. My Thanksgiving lasted from 4:30 to 8PM.

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#565145 Nov 23, 2012
TJ Monk wrote:
Your thinking is to live and die. WRONG. You might as well be a radical Islamist...
You have much more in common with a Muslim than I do.

You both embrace magic, mythology, superstition, dogma, and ritual. I don't.

You both grovel before an imagined angry, capricious, petty, sadistic, murderous, judgmental, Semitic desert god complete with its pantheon of demons and angels.

You both believe in an afterlife and a reward. I don't.

You each attend Mosques or churches, and obey the imams or priests there. I don't.

You each have an ancient holy book filled with hatred, tribalism, violence, and failed morals upon which to base your lives. I don't.

Christians are just a camel and a prayer cloth removed from being Muslims. Secular humanists have better ideas.

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#565146 Nov 23, 2012
Double Fine wrote:
Oh, definitely. I can't remember what we did before Google, Wikipedia and howstuffworks. Going into a library and actually searching for a passage in a book? What inhuman torture!
As for the fellowship, that is true. It is nice to have a voice. It is nice to be defined.

Before I forget, a happy Thanksgiving to you!
Thank you kindly. It was a pretty good meal. I just checked - though not a South African holiday, some celebrate Thanksgiving just the same. I hope that your day was a good one.

Yes, gratitude is a yearlong thing. You are obviously grateful for the Internet, too.

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#565147 Nov 23, 2012
Just Results wrote:
I'm thankful that they will suffer there endlessly for their heinous hatred and ruthless bitter deception.
There you go, RiversideRedneck. Isn't this what you said that you've never read before?

Bask in the love of Jesus.

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#565148 Nov 23, 2012
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Says who besides you? You forget that your word is no good here.
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"Solely based upon religion?" That's political revisionism.
That's the Treaty of Tripoli....

Should I get you a tissue?

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#565149 Nov 23, 2012
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Nonsense. That's just another of your empty and unsupported claims, and a familiar ruse with church apologists, especially when referring to criticism of their bible: "You're taking it out of context." Prove it. Restore the relevant context and prove it.
If your point had any validity, you could and would have included the missing context from the treaty (it's a treaty, BTW, not an article) that elucidated how the meaning changed without its inclusion.
Example of a passage which meaning is altered by removing surrounding context, and how restoring the context proves that :
Quote mined snippet: "I don't love my wife"
Original comment restored: "I would never say that I don't love my wife"
Do that, or gracefully accept the ignominy rightly earned by making a false claim about surrounding context changing the meaning of the words.
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More codswallop. Plenty of honest historians and other literate people disagree with that. The relevant passage of the Treaty of Tripoli reads:
"[T]he Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion"
What part of that do you not understand? Do you know what "not in any sense means"?
So you'll conveniently forget the fact that the treaty was debunked & rewritten less than 10 years later.

Sorry lady, it was merely a political ploy. And mornos like you bought it & still buy it.

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#565150 Nov 23, 2012
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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I take it that you're making another unevidenced claim that you could easily have supported were your claim valid.
Let me take some of your words out of context and show you how sometimes it merely leaves out some detail, and sometimes it changes their meaning altogether.
Full statement with no context removed:
[1] "So I take it that you read my post out of context. Nice."
Context removed that does NOT substantially change the meaning:
[2] "So I take it that you read my post out of context."
[3] "you read my post out of context. Nice."
Context removed that DOES change the apparent meaning:
[4] "read my post" - now it sounds like a command.
[5] "So I take it that you read my post ... Nice." - now it sounds like a thank you.
Got it? Simply saying that "you removed context" to imply that a passage's meaning has been altered is insufficient. Every time any quotation or excerpt is reprinted, including biblical scripture, surrounding context is perforce removed. Ethical posters do that responsibly.
To claim otherwise is to accuse another of dishonest. To claim otherwise without even bothering to demonstrate in what way the words' apparent meaning were changed is either laziness on your part, or an example of your own dishonesty.
You've pissed off half of the thread with your irresponsible and dishonest posting. I'll bet that it surprises you to see how much we care about about that. It has to do with personal integrity and self-respect. They matter to me. They matter to Booots. They matter to OCB. They matter to KittenKoder. They matter to Scam Buster. But not to you:
RiversideRedneck wrote: My Topix reputation?!? OH NOOOO!!!!!!!!!
IANS: Yes, your reputation on this thread is shot. And your obvious indifference to that is no surprise.
Yes, I am indeifferent to a "reputation" on Topix.

Only self-serving, arrogant, huge ego, low self-esteem people like you would give a f_ck what a bunch of strangers think about you.

You say I piss people off? GOOD. I say the things that need to be said OR I say what's on my mind.

You disagree.

No one cares.

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#565151 Nov 23, 2012
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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You mean that most Americans still call themselves Christian. That won't be for long.
Depends on what you consider "long". I'm sure that's a small number to you.

It's different for some men...
Don't forget the Pledge: "One nation, under Hod (sic)"
Hod appears in those places illegally. I resent the Christians turning the Pledge into a prayer, and the currency into religious tracts.
I predict that Hod will disappear from all of those places, as will the grossly unfair church tax exemptions and their free pass from the IRS to promote political candidates.


LMAO! "illegaly".... That's why God is all over our country.

More tissues?

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#565152 Nov 23, 2012
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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There you go, RiversideRedneck. Isn't this what you said that you've never read before?
Bask in the love of Jesus.
What did I say about how I feel about what is read on Topix?

Dumb ass.

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#565153 Nov 23, 2012
LIes Busters wrote:
You are wrong and not even close to being right. You totally flipped it,[church-state separation] was so the state could not impose their religion upon the people
What I discovered one day is that it's not the separation of church and state that I am most grateful for. It's keeping the church out of government, and 100% subordinate to the state and its laws. That's what matters. It's the separation of the church and me that I really matters most to me, and I rely on government to maintain that.

Without that, there would be nothing to stop the church from resuming its old ways. If the state were to separate itself from the affairs of the church entirely, there is no reason to believe that they would not begin torturing us again immediately. Suppose Pat Robertson wants to burn a lesbian at the stake for the being an abomination unto the Lord. Should government interfere? Of course. That's why we need the government to protect us from the church.

And to those that consider this exaggeration or overkill, let me ask you this : When in history was the church ever empowered to torture and kill, but chose not to exercise that power?

Sure, it's been centuries since anybody was burned for heresy in North America. But that's because secular government, informed by humanist values, insisted on it when it outlawed that form of religious expression.

The last time witch burning was legal on this continent, you could hear their anguished screams and if downwind, smell their charred flesh.

I have zero doubt that if the state separated itself from the church, and that power were restored to it, you'd smell 'em again the first day that it was legal, and this guy would volunteer to light the match:

Just Results wrote: "Hell was created for their god Satan and for them to suffer in, and I'm thankful that they will suffer there endlessly for their heinous hatred and ruthless bitter deception."
http://www.topix.com/forum/topstories/TOCO8TE...

Is there any reason to doubt that? Any evidence to the contrary?

I like the church being under the boot of the government and the rule of law. In fact, I depend on it. And I think that we all should be calling for even greater oversight, especially regarding tax exemptions for the church and the pedophilic priests.

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#565154 Nov 23, 2012
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Read it and weep, Mr. Revisionist. These are contradictions:
CONTRADICTIONS BETWEEN THE TWO CREATION STORIES IN GENESIS
adapted from http://skepticsannotatedbible.com/contra/acco...
pffft HA HA HA!!

YA, let's believe the 'skeptic' website. Because they're genuine and have obviously studied the Bible....

Give it up, dude. You're just diggin yerself deeper.

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Genesis 1 is the account of the creation of the universe and life on planet earth as it happened in chronological sequence.

Genesis 2 is simply an expanded explanation of the events that occurred at the end of the sixth creation day - when God created human beings.

Genesis one provides virtually no details about the creation of human beings (other than the idea that humans were created in the image of God).

Genesis one was never intended to stand apart from Genesis 2 and 3.

Genesis 2 describes God's preparation of a specific location on earth (Eden) for habitation by the first human beings.

Part of the confusion results from our English translations, which use the term "earth" when the Hebrew would better be translated "land."

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