“Once You've Gone Witch---”

Since: May 10

"--You Won't Ever Switch!"

#660346 Sep 24, 2013
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>Damn. Your spiritual wholeness is really making me reconsider this whole atheism thing. How do I become more like you?
waaasssuuup wrote:
<quoted text>
the things that are impossible with man are only possible with God.
please...don't worship me, i am but a man like yo...er...well like other REAL men like myself....;)
You're not a man of *any* kind, you're a pezzo di stronzo who lies to strangers, steals from his boss, and cheats on his wife while claiming to be forgiven by jeebus.

I have more respect for a pile of vomit, left behind in an alley by a homeless alcoholic, than I do for you.

“Once You've Gone Witch---”

Since: May 10

"--You Won't Ever Switch!"

#660347 Sep 24, 2013
Sharkey wrote:
<quoted text>The Bible itself is a clear study of people "deliberately twisting" and "omitting things purposely to deceive".
To me it's clever irony to use the bible to disprove the bible.
It has already been done with the battle between the Old Testament and New Testament.
"Allen" is not the problem, the bible is with all its contradictions and paradoxes and ironies.
You would love Thomas Paine's "Age of Reason." He did the same thing two hundred years ago. As a result, he's the only one of the Founding Fathers to be pretty much forgotten, even though it was *he* who originally coined the phrase "United States of America." All because he dared to figuratively pull down the pants of the bible to expose it for what it really is--a book of lies.
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Carlsbad, NM

#660349 Sep 24, 2013
Kaitlin the Wolf Witch wrote:
Kaitlin the Wolf Witch wrote:
<quoted text>
How very christian of you; I'm sure your "jesus" approves.
You are filth.
<quoted text>
You are filth. No wonder you're a christian.
Honestly, I want to see you be brave.

Since: Sep 11

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#660350 Sep 24, 2013
Sharkey wrote:
<quoted text>Hilarious how this waaaaaack@ss blows up irony meters all over the place!
"racist rapper studying 'africanology'". Ironic.
"GAYtheistic genocide" Ironic.
Another person who shot his/her feet so much that they're so full of lead that they're slowly being pulled down to the hell they're sending other people to!
The irony here is so rich it's overpowering.
Is it possible to have an irony overload?
Oh yes. I'm convinced that one of these days one of these idiots is going to cause a universe ending paradox.

Since: Sep 11

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#660351 Sep 24, 2013
Kaitlin the Wolf Witch wrote:
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>Was referring to the christian attitude that god means their god and only their god.
<quoted text>
Is English not your primary language, or are you too stupid to figure it out without being spoon-fed an explanation? Your desire to hate has really kicked the shit out of your ability to think.
I wasn't sure if I had just imagined many christians insisting that god means the christian god and nothing else.

Since: Sep 10

Long Beach, CA

#660352 Sep 24, 2013
Hey Double Fine.

I'm in the mood to talk football.

I know van Persie was a missout, but....

“Love much, trust none”

Since: Jul 11

There

#660353 Sep 24, 2013
Sharkey wrote:
<quoted text>...the satan that your god CREATED?
It takes REAL evil to be able to create it.
So why did your evil god create satan?
Sorry, I am not a Christian. I do speak Christianese.

"If you want to communicate with someone, you should have a language in common."

Since: Jul 09

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#660354 Sep 24, 2013
Al Garcia wrote:
<quoted text>
The executioners (Roman Government) as well as the Religious ruling elite did not see Jesus as God. They saw him as just a common man stirring up trouble, and as threat to their way of doing "business" That's why there is no mention or records of his execution vs anybody else's.
Yet, it is recorded in the Gospels. There is much information that is recorded in the Gospels that were not recorded in Roman or Jewish records.
Apparently, it was important enough for the writers of the gospels to record it because they saw him as much more than a common man and a trouble maker. They saw him as the Son of God.
an so important as to take 40 years before writing of the event.

“Once You've Gone Witch---”

Since: May 10

"--You Won't Ever Switch!"

#660355 Sep 24, 2013
SATANISGOD wrote:
<quoted text>
this is off waaasssuuup's facebook page...he posted a picture of himself
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/441/bell...
LMAO!!!!!!!!!!

Since: Jul 09

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#660356 Sep 24, 2013
Al Garcia wrote:
<quoted text>you using "Drinking Draino" as an analogy is wrong. Why don't I see you drinking Draino? After all science and medicine are advanced enough to save you if you drink it. Yet you don't drink it.
You berate my faith yet I call into question yours.
religitards have faith

Rational skeptics evaluate

faith in not a path to knowledge
faith is a path to delusion.

“Once You've Gone Witch---”

Since: May 10

"--You Won't Ever Switch!"

#660357 Sep 24, 2013
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>I wasn't sure if I had just imagined many christians insisting that god means the christian god and nothing else.
That's how they see it; bible god is *the* only god.

“I never claimed to be Perfect”

Since: Nov 10

just better than yesterday

#660358 Sep 24, 2013
karl44 wrote:
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an so important as to take 40 years before writing of the event.
We have to remember that Jesus died around 30. For 40 years, there's no written gospel of his life, until after the revolt. During that time, we have very little in the way of written records within Christianity. Our first writer in the New Testament is Paul, and his first letter is dated around 50 to 52, still a good 20 years after Jesus, himself. But it appears that in between the death of Jesus and the writing of the first gospel, Mark, that they clearly relying on oral tradition. They're passing on the tradition of what happened to Jesus, what he stood for and what he did, orally, by telling it and retelling it.

Eventually, notes are written, gathered and compared to the oral tradition and then eventually combined into what we read today.

Yup, it took them awhile.

“The Intrepid”

Since: Jun 10

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#660359 Sep 24, 2013
waaasssuuup wrote:
<quoted text>
i'm with you now! she's really nothing more than your dime-a-dozen dumb, rascist rapper, only she's considered 'brilliant' among 'those folks' cuz she can read and write and has more than just a GED in applied africanology;)
The excerpt that my professor insisted on us reading showed the woman was proud to vandalize an old lady's personal, family heirlooms out of racist hatred. She was quite proud of herself for being so vindictive to someone who had never done her any personal harm. I have zero respect for cowards who victimize the elderly.

“The Intrepid”

Since: Jun 10

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#660361 Sep 24, 2013
Al Garcia wrote:
<quoted text>
Then what would be your answer then to the delay of the writing down of the Gospels?
Yep, the Jews are big fans of oral history.

http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/holocaustsurv...

They have history "with" expunging other's personal data and with "being" erased themselves by fellow Jews. You just can't trust anybody when they hate your message enough to try and erase that it OR you ever existed.

“The Intrepid”

Since: Jun 10

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#660362 Sep 25, 2013
Al Garcia wrote:
<quoted text>
We have to remember that Jesus died around 30. For 40 years, there's no written gospel of his life, until after the revolt. During that time, we have very little in the way of written records within Christianity. Our first writer in the New Testament is Paul, and his first letter is dated around 50 to 52, still a good 20 years after Jesus, himself. But it appears that in between the death of Jesus and the writing of the first gospel, Mark, that they clearly relying on oral tradition. They're passing on the tradition of what happened to Jesus, what he stood for and what he did, orally, by telling it and retelling it.
Eventually, notes are written, gathered and compared to the oral tradition and then eventually combined into what we read today.
Yup, it took them awhile.
The Jewish priests wanted Jesus dead for trying to interfere in their temple profits and it was only reasonable that they would try to keep anything from being written about him that would support his Messianic claim.

They have done this with others that they consider as Pretenders to the Messianic Throne...

" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_Messiah_c... ;

...excusing the censorship as rightful embarrassment over delusional zealots.

Strange how they describe a messiah in their religious tomes but aren't terribly keen on accepting anybody as the "one".

“Listen to the sounds”

Since: Feb 09

of your own extinction......

#660363 Sep 25, 2013
karl44 wrote:
<quoted text>
I am a Rational Skeptic, I do not "believe" anything, and I certainly do not "BELIEVE IN THE HOLOCAUST."
You mean --- "do I think it happened"
I see that (especially) at times of war nations exaggerate the deeds and dangers of the opponent. During the time of the recent conflict in Bosnia, I listened to the broadcasts from my country. I compared the reports during the conflict to those reports after the conflict. In short, I found that the reporting during the conflict was exaggerated at a rate of approx 10 to 1.
If this is a yard stick then "I" would expect the Jewish deaths during the holocaust to be in the order of 600,000. I would also think that the level of atocracy need be adjusted by that same 10:1.
I am not trained in history (or politics) you should ask a professional
Well at least you are consistent. There are many other atheists here who pride themselves stating they are skeptical about belief and faith and religion and religious brainwashing. But talk about the holocaust, they are rabidly fundie and believe in even the most absurd of holocaust myths with no evidence at all.

You think religious indoctrination is bad. Have a look at the holocaust brainwashing done at public schools, then you'll see true childhood indoctrination. Religion is out of politics in the west, yet atheists are still dreading and fearing the possibility of its return. Yet many don't see anything wrong with the fact that stating disbelief in the absurd myths related to the holocaust is punishable by imprisonment for year. So much for free speech.

One can believe or disbelieve anything one wants in the west, but the one thing that everyone MUST believe under threat of criminalisation, is the Holocaust. And the more absurd things one believes in the holocaust, the more they are to be admired and hero-worshipped.

“ The Lord of delirious minds.”

Since: Dec 10

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#660364 Sep 25, 2013
True Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
Well at least you are consistent. There are many other atheists here who pride themselves stating they are skeptical about belief and faith and religion and religious brainwashing. But talk about the holocaust, they are rabidly fundie and believe in even the most absurd of holocaust myths with no evidence at all.
You think religious indoctrination is bad. Have a look at the holocaust brainwashing done at public schools, then you'll see true childhood indoctrination. Religion is out of politics in the west, yet atheists are still dreading and fearing the possibility of its return. Yet many don't see anything wrong with the fact that stating disbelief in the absurd myths related to the holocaust is punishable by imprisonment for year. So much for free speech.
One can believe or disbelieve anything one wants in the west, but the one thing that everyone MUST believe under threat of criminalisation, is the Holocaust. And the more absurd things one believes in the holocaust, the more they are to be admired and hero-worshipped.
Nice... projection and denial rolled into a straw man. The most ironic words were the possible punishment of people in Europe for denying it.
But there was a bigger reason for punishing your dismal fictitious story writer. It wads his rallying of Nazis with his hate speech
that was worse than his denial. Your thinking that people are indoctrinating school kids , is a dirty play for a score. One that is so far removed from truth, it reeks of something sinister inside you. I can say with emphasis on the truly, that....
The Holocaust truly was a horrible and shameful event in history.

You do however deserve a consolation prize, No one should be ever imprisoned and forced to pay fines for denial. That is the work of Zionists, and a crime against human rights.

Since: Jul 09

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#660365 Sep 25, 2013
Al Garcia wrote:
<quoted text>
We have to remember that Jesus died around 30. For 40 years, there's no written gospel of his life, until after the revolt. During that time, we have very little in the way of written records within Christianity. Our first writer in the New Testament is Paul, and his first letter is dated around 50 to 52, still a good 20 years after Jesus, himself. But it appears that in between the death of Jesus and the writing of the first gospel, Mark, that they clearly relying on oral tradition. They're passing on the tradition of what happened to Jesus, what he stood for and what he did, orally, by telling it and retelling it.
Eventually, notes are written, gathered and compared to the oral tradition and then eventually combined into what we read today.
Yup, it took them awhile.
completely unreliable if it were real.
and it is not, which is very easy to understand

“I see quantum effects”

Since: Jan 11

In the macro world.

#660366 Sep 25, 2013
Double Fine wrote:
<quoted text>Yo.

You are new here. Double Fine quite likes yer style.

Allow Double Fine to do a minor introduction

I am the King of Bling
The Sultan of Swing
The Grandaddy of Sex
The Tyrannosaurus of Rex
The King of Kong,
The Ding of Dong
The Singer of Song,
The Ping of Pong.
The Master of Disaster
The guy that makes the ladies' hearts beat faster
The Ayatollah of Rock n' Rolla
Always the shit and shinola
The perfect woman's ultimate dream
The one who can make them all scream
The immovable object and unstoppable force,
The Eternal Dark Horse

The Shaman of Sexy

The Guru of Greatness

The most over-the-top entity in all of cyberspace:

Fine. Refined. Double Fine
You left out "humble".

Again.

“THERE IS NO GOD”

Since: Feb 09

Northern California

#660367 Sep 25, 2013
LineDazzle wrote:
<quoted text>
There is evidence that the Bible was written during the time it says it was written in.
The walls of Jericho were undiscovered before the early 20th century, but were only discovered in the early 20th century.
How could the people who had written the Bible then know anything about Jericho, unless they were living in those times?
There is evidence that the Bible can not be trusted because it lacks accuracy. With errors like the following how can you trust anything you read?

(a) David took seven hundred (2 Sam. 8:4), seven thousand (1 Chron. 18:4) horsemen from Hadadezer;
(b) Ahaziah was 22 (2 Kings 8:26), 42 (2 Chron. 22:2) years old when he began to reign;
(c) Jehoiachin was 18 (2 Kings 24:8), 8 (2 Chron. 36:9) years old when he began to reign and he reigned 3 months (2 Kings 24:8), 3 months and10 days (2 Chron. 36:9);
(d) There were in Israel 8000,000 (2 Sam. 24:9); 1,1000,000 (1 Chron. 21:5) men that drew the sword and there were 500,000 (2 Sam. 24:9), 470,000 (1 Chron. 21:5) men that drew the sword in Judah;
(e) There were 550 (1 Kings 9:23), 250 (2 Chron. 8:10) chiefs of the officers that bare the rule over the people;
(f) Saul's daughter, Michal, had no sons (2 Sam. 6:23), had 5 sons (2 Sam. 21:6) during her lifetime;
(g) Lot was Abraham's nephew (Gen. 14:12), brother (Gen. 14:14);
(h) Joseph was sold into Egypt by Midianites (Gen. 37:36), by Ishmaelites (Gen. 39:1);
(i) Saul was killed by his own hands (1 Sam. 31:4), by a young Amalekite (2 Sam. 1:10), by the Philistines (2 Sam. 21:12);
(j) Solomon made of a molten sea which contained 2,000 (1 Kings 7:26), 3,000 (2 Chron. 4:5) baths;
(k) The workers on the Temple had 3,300 (1 Kings 5:16), 3,600 (2 Chron. 2:18) overseers;
(l) The earth does (Eccle. 1:4), does not (2 Peter 3:10) abideth forever;
(m) If Jesus bears witness of himself his witness is true (John 8:14), is not true (John 5:31);
(n) Josiah died at Megiddo (2 Kings 23:29-30), at Jerusalem (2 Chron. 35:24);
(o) Jesus led Peter, James, and John up a high mountain after six (Matt. 17:1, Mark 9:2), eight (Luke 9:28) days;
(p) Nebuzaradan came unto Jerusalem on the seventh (2 Kings 25:8), tenth (Jer. 52:12) day of the fifth month.

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