Prove there's a god.

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#625699 May 22, 2013
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>That absolutely will not happen, and the question itself is absurd. Why do you equate my lack of religion with a desire to see the religious die? Ridiculous.
it happens in just about every generation in some place and it's predicted to happen on a global scale in our future.

isn't the spirit of political correctness at work right now doing a marvelous job of character assisination against these groups as a precursor???

c'mon, friend, i'm not your enemy:)
susanblange

Norfolk, VA

#625701 May 22, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
What is this?
It's one of many events/prophecies that have been fulfilled in the Messiahs life. It happened over 29 years ago and is Zechariah 11 among others. There is actually more scripture about this event than any other single event in prophecy.

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#625702 May 22, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>Seriously.
These are the same radical asshats who hang on every word that Sam Harris writes; the same Sam Harris who wants to make it legal to chemically, surgically or genetically lobotomize the free will out of any person who has religious thoughts. Well, not "any" persons; apparently he thinks its up to him to decide which religion is acceptable. Buddhism and Janism are ok but not Christianity or any other Abrahamic sect and, yet, Harris would get all self-righteously offended if you suggested that his beliefs were bigoted.
if it weren't so sad to see things coming to its expected end, it would actually be amusing.

how are you; still as smoking hot as ever?;)

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#625703 May 22, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>I guess "change" is an alien word to you.

Jesus tore the veil of Judaism, the old laws became irrelevant as we had a new way of communicating with God.
Smoke signals?

Mirrors?

Telegraph?

What new way?

What was wrong with the old way?

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#625704 May 22, 2013
Huh wrote:
<quoted text>That means, then, that every Christian follows the Pope and Kenneth Copeland.
I had, mercifully, somehow avoided all knowledge of Kenneth Copeland until just now. Just watched one of his videos. Cringe worthy.

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#625705 May 22, 2013
Huh wrote:
<quoted text>How these clowns can proclaim presentism while simultaneously declaring that their malleable god never changes is hysterical.
hhhhiiii!:)

so i like hot and fiesty women from texas; can you blame me?;)

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#625706 May 22, 2013
waaasssuuup wrote:
<quoted text>
it happens in just about every generation in some place and it's predicted to happen on a global scale in our future.
isn't the spirit of political correctness at work right now doing a marvelous job of character assisination against these groups as a precursor???
c'mon, friend, i'm not your enemy:)
No, it doesn't. And it's not going to happen at a global scale.

I never said you were my enemy. I think that you are one of the biggest idiots I've ever encountered, but you don't have to worry about me fantasizing about your death. I'm not so sure you could say the same thing to me.

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#625707 May 22, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>Any evidence for your claim?
Tons.

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#625708 May 22, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>RiversideRedneck wrote:

1. I don't have an immoral religion.

2. We aren't in the future....

No I don't.

We are in the future?!

Huh, kinda feels like the present....
Now?

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#625709 May 22, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>Ugh you're so stupid.

God doesn't change, OUR laws do.
Because god's laws suck.

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#625710 May 22, 2013
Huh wrote:
<quoted text>Who is Sam Harris? You like to make things up as you go along. In Topixland, that is generally called a Christian.
Ah, I see who Sam Harris is. Actually, he is just passing along that the concept of free will is nothing more than a failed, tired apologetic. Your assertion of his desire to bring harm to Christians is nothing more than salacious lies and slander. Why, you must be a Christian.
HEY - you 2 hotties have more in common than not so i think we should all get together for some wine and discussion to work out our differences and i'll facilitate the ordeal:)
Huh

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#625711 May 22, 2013
Nobody wrote:
<quoted text>OK well maybe this is right up your ally. http://www.youtube.com/watch
Bad link. Bad religion.

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#625712 May 22, 2013
waaasssuuup wrote:
<quoted text>
if it weren't so sad to see things coming to its expected end, it would actually be amusing.
how are you; still as smoking hot as ever?;)
Are you talking about... the world? Ending? Do tell.
Huh

Garland, TX

#625713 May 22, 2013
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>I had, mercifully, somehow avoided all knowledge of Kenneth Copeland until just now. Just watched one of his videos. Cringe worthy.
He owns a Gulfstream 5 and a Citation X and has an airport in his compound with intersecting runways, all financed by gullible Christians and all tax free. His "missions" take him to such destitute places as Aruba, Bali, and Bora Bora where he commands the beaches and drinks with umbrellas in them for Jesus.

What is wrong with these people?

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#625714 May 22, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>You should read that thread I linked earlier. You might learn something.

http://www.salon.com/2010/10/17/sam_harris_in...
I liked this quote:

"The Catholic Church is more concerned about preventing contraception than preventing child rape; it’s more concerned about preventing gay marriage than genocide. This is a real inversion of priorities that completely falsifies any discussion of morality in the church."

Can't argue that.
Huh

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#625716 May 22, 2013
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>First of all, I did not say you were lying, I only asked you to provide a link. Second of all, believe it or not, I do not care enough about what you have to say to hunt through your forum posts. You mostly just troll. Since you did me the courtesy of posting it here, I read through it, and I could find no evidence of what you claimed. Maybe I missed it. Here are a few quotes that touch on the subject, and I suppose could be misinterpreted if you were reading while experiencing a religious fervor:
"There’s a lot there. Obviously we should be cautious in changing anything about ourselves at the level of the genome. That’s a policy that anyone thinking about genetic engineering seriously is liable to agree on. And yet we are changing. We have changed over the course of hundreds of thousands of years, so there’s nothing actually stable about the human condition. If we ever understood our biology fully enough to introduce changes, the basis on which to decide if we should implement these changes would be whether they were conducive to human well-being. If we could meddle with our genomes and introduce resistance to certain diseases, that would be clearly good. We would need to be confident that what we’re doing isn’t going to be harmful in the end. That’s the guiding principle of medicine, and it would be the guiding principle of the science of human well-being."
"Yes, but no more so than DNA screening. The fact that we can now get people off death row because we can test samples of blood and saliva and crime-scene data is a huge boon to the justice system. Lie-detection technology would be an even greater boon. We suffer an immense social cost by not being able to tell when somebody is lying. People are locked away forever or killed because we couldn’t tell they were telling the truth. If we could find a technology that would allow us to differentiate truth telling from lying, it would be hugely beneficial."
"When it counts, I don’t think people have a right to lie. Does a CEO of a major corporation have a right to lie about what his corporation is actually doing? We should be biased toward the truth, and if we could create a technology that made it difficult to lie, I think the feeling of relief that would come over us would be enormous."
Is there something I missed? Does he actually suggest anything remotely resembling a lobotomy?
Nope.

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#625717 May 22, 2013
waaasssuuup wrote:
<quoted text>
HEY - you 2 hotties have more in common than not so i think we should all get together for some wine and discussion to work out our differences and i'll facilitate the ordeal:)
Totally gonna work dude. I can feel it.

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#625718 May 22, 2013
Huh wrote:
<quoted text>He owns a Gulfstream 5 and a Citation X and has an airport in his compound with intersecting runways, all financed by gullible Christians and all tax free. His "missions" take him to such destitute places as Aruba, Bali, and Bora Bora where he commands the beaches and drinks with umbrellas in them for Jesus.
What is wrong with these people?
I don't know. I honestly think that many of the really rich televangelist type people actually delude themselves into thinking that "they are doing god's work" and therefore deserve to break a few rules here and there. Or they're just straight up con artists. Who knows.

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#625719 May 22, 2013
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>Then everything in the bible is only for the time period when it was written. You can't pick and choose. If we were living during the salem witch trials, you would be telling me that "do not kill" doesn't have to apply when dealing with witches, because clearly "do not kill" was for moses but "do not suffer a witch to live" is for salem.
Do not presume to know what I'd do...

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#625720 May 22, 2013
Huh wrote:
Funny how many Christians consider the KJV as the only Bible.
And the atheists agree.

Imagine that.

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