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#572459 Dec 12, 2012
Clementia wrote:
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you're right, I only know a Catcher1!
LMAO! Oh ya..

“Michin yeoja”

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#572460 Dec 12, 2012
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Ya, I know. Christmas is celebrated around the world.
Yup, the whole world has accepted that we celebrate Jesus' birthday on Dec 25th.


Carrion.

“I started out with nothing”

Since: Nov 10

and still got most of it left

#572461 Dec 12, 2012
Aura Mytha wrote:
<quoted text> Nothing is when the bank closes your account for you.
Never seen that nothing

“Life may be sweeter for this”

Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#572462 Dec 12, 2012
macumazahn wrote:
<quoted text>I like it, too. One doesn't see it nearly often enough.
Do you know the word "materteral"? It's the female counterpart of avuncular.

“I started out with nothing”

Since: Nov 10

and still got most of it left

#572463 Dec 12, 2012
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
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That's way too complicated CM.
It's just something other than something. LOL!
Weeellll what something? Is gravity something? Is light something? If so then the state of nothing can never exists in this universe.

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#572464 Dec 12, 2012
JOEL wrote:
QUESTIONS:
1) During moments of sadness or depression, why do we feel a dull, constricted and slightly painful sensation in the center of the chest region?
2) Why are these symptoms of suffering not felt in the brain since most believe, as science tells us, that the brain is everything?
(smiles)
It's called physiology. Science has told us that EVERYTHING is in the brain? That's news to me. HAve any sources to cite that backs up your assertion?

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#572465 Dec 12, 2012
River Tam wrote:
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When did science tell you that the brain is everything?
Did you pay those that told you that?
Do you have a receipt?
I wouldn't have replied to him if I read your post first. Pretty much sums it up.

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#572466 Dec 12, 2012
JOEL wrote:
(smiles)
(farts)

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#572467 Dec 12, 2012
Hidingfromyou wrote:
Humans are not fallen. Your religion is putrifyingly ill. It comes with instructions on how to treat slaves.
Your disdain for slavery does not change the fact slavery was universal in the ancient world. Nor does it address the fact slavery is equally as valid as poicies against slavery since it is humans who determine right and wrong in a world absent God. Your disdain carries no real weight other than your opinion. If we have no souls and there is no accountability since there is no existence post death then people can come to a different conclusion than do you when it comes to slavery. If we can own dogs then we can own people. Anti slavery only makes sense if human rights are derived from an ultimate Authority which holds us accountable for how we treat each other. That we all have unalienable rights which cannot be denied without severe consequences in a court of no appeal. Atheism reduces people to the level of big brained animals. Nothing more since it could be argued insects are more adapted and stronger than humans.
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#572469 Dec 12, 2012
Sharkey wrote:
<quoted text>What is this dribble you're spouting, religitard logic? Mussbe...
Omnipotence DOES mean omniresponsibility.
An "omnipotent god" would be the child AND the cancer that kills the child.
"God" killing "God".
And I thought "thou shall not kill". And I thought suicide was a "sin" too!
Your god CANNOT exist because it killed itself already in the beginning by trying to exist and not exist at the same time, by trying to be and not be.
Have you ever seen a light be ON and OFF - at the same time?
NO!
It's IMPOSSIBLE!
Existance is an either/or, NOT a both/and.
Either you're here - or you're not.
"An "omnipotent god" would be the child AND the cancer that kills the child."

WTF? I don't think you know what omnipotent means......

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#572470 Dec 12, 2012
scaritual wrote:
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Mythology is magic to the theist, and the illusion you fall for is that it's real, that it represents more than what it is, which is mythology.
Just like magic, eh?
LMAO, the atheist defines the theist.....

Nice.

Except you're wrong.

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#572471 Dec 12, 2012
karl44 wrote:
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explain why it is that a god would reveal himself to an empty vessel such as yourself, and not to moral persons?
You know, you've asked that question at least a dozen times.....

You consider yourself moral?

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#572472 Dec 12, 2012
karl44 wrote:
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in genesis, the language defined the time period in reference to the customary understanding of a day (an earth day) one imagines it did so because of the nature of the word employed. that is: a word which meant time but required context for the length of time was used. It appears that the author, was determined and explicit in his communication that the time in reference, was the common understanding of day.
It is difficult to understand the motivation for denial of this passage. The christian brings dishonor to the text and confusion to communication with his audience, when he discredits such precise language.
Riiiight.

You can skew the words in Genesis all you want so long as it makes the Bible look wrong, huh?

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#572473 Dec 12, 2012
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Riiiight.
You can skew the words in Genesis all you want so long as it makes the Bible look wrong, huh?
Well, it's a hodgepodge of books written by an ancient people that didn't have much technology. For what it is, it's actually pretty remarkable, even though the bible does get some things wrong.

“Life may be sweeter for this”

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#572474 Dec 12, 2012
Hidingfromyou wrote:
Humans are not fallen. Your religion is putrifyingly ill.
I agree. And I resent that attitude from the Christians about my species. I resent them spreading such filth about us. To them, we are fatally flawed and of no good whatsoever. According to the Christians, man has only ever created one thing: sin. We brought that into the universe.

We are told that we were born in debt, worthless, and worthy of suffering without some sort of purification first. Without a god, our lives are immoral, meaningless and without purpose. And on it goes. Our very substance - flesh - isn't so much spoken as spat out. Christian misanthropy is a deep pessimism for mankind.

If it were not other human beings saying these things about us, there would be war. If a second intellectual and verbal species evolved on earth, or colonized earth from elsewhere, and they spoke about humanity like that, they would be as despised. So why not rebuke the sickening church and religion that says those very same things for the same reason?

Every human being should reject and resent that. I don't expect the Christians to do so, but shouldn't the rest of us? Shouldn't we denounce such speech the way we would similar comments about the worth of women, gays, seniors, or blacks?

I think it's becoming increasingly in our power to define societal standards regarding what is acceptable to say about mankind and what is acceptable to say about atheists. I don't care for the choices that the Christians have made in either of these areas.

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#572475 Dec 12, 2012
JOEL wrote:
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What is the proof of this one god?
To begin with how is he causally connected with the universe?
How did he create this universe from nothing?
How does he govern the universe in the absence of a causal link between this extra-cosmic deity and the universe?
If this god is spirit then what is spirit in terms of its material and force composition?
Spirit is not mind as someone suggested.
Mind is a grade - the deductive aspect - of the manifested unified field of consciousness-energy.
one must assume that your inability to share a cogent thought implies that you do not form such thoughts.

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#572476 Dec 12, 2012
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Apparently, you think that you need that to be true, so you hunker down and insist that it is. That's the kind of reality creation - spin -that characterizes religious thought.
"God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, the first day." - Genesis 1:5
This is why we don't let Christians tell us what their bible says, let alone what science is. You have no commitment to truth or reality.
Eh?

"we don't let Christians tell us what their bible says"

Who's "we"? Athitards like you?

I'll bet you don't know that the Hebrew words for evening & morning are ereb & boqer, huh?

I'll also bet that you don't know that in the context of Genesis, ereb & boqer translate into a "vision" that covers many years, not a literal day...

But, go on. Keep up your athistic ability to not see reason.

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#572477 Dec 12, 2012
JOEL wrote:
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So, how is the basal consciousness and energy created from nothing by your extra-cosmic and creationist god and besides what happens to the basal consciousness-energy field at the end of a cosmic cycle? Does it get dissolved into nothing? How?
(smiles)
the quick brown fox, was an English Lad

He thought he could

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#572478 Dec 12, 2012
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Right here:
RiversideRedneck wrote: "Yes, they lied. They wanted peace above all, just like toady. They would've said anything to prevent another jihad."
You wrote that they lied about their beliefs - what would be among their most cherished beliefs if they had held them as you imply - rather than face a conflict. That is the definition of a coward. And a liar.
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I reject your values. You're what is unflatteringly called an appeaser.
I remember hearing that word levied at people like me in 2002-03, when we were protesting Bush's rush to his war of aggression. We were called cowards, traitors, appeasers, America haters and the aiders and abettors of terrorists.
What should we call somebody who advocates lies about his beliefs to avoid a conflict? What if they are representing a nation and doing it on a document that will be preserved for posterity? Whatever that is, that is what you are calling those people.
I don't think that that Congress and president were liars or cowards at all. I think that they wrote what they understood to be the truth.
Why am I not surprised? That you protested the war......

You are a coward & a traitor & an America hater.

This is why you moved to Mexico.

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