Prove there's a god.
Shaddup

Arlington, TX

#664618 Oct 15, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol
The way I see it, the toilet seat is JUST as easy to put up as it is to put down.
I need it up, I lift it up. She needs it down, she puts it down.
It's a non-issue in my house.
Civilized people close the entire thing when they are done. Your place must be a real outhouse.

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#664619 Oct 15, 2013
Apsu wrote:
<quoted text>Alan is simply reminding religious people what their holy book says, since so many religious people know so little about the holy book they claim is a guiding factor in their lives.
What I've always found odd, is that Christians often know far less about the Bible than do nonbelievers. It reinforces the idea that the more a person understands of this religion, the less likely they are to believe in it.
Ignorance is the most powerful driving force of your religion.
Apsu wrote:
What I've always found odd, is that Christians often know far less about the Bible than do nonbelievers.
HA HA!!

All y'all do is quote the Bible. That's it. That's not knowledge.

Reverend Anal is the worst of atheists, he pretends to understand what the Bible says but understand none of it.

He's deluded, like most atheists, to think he understands what the Bible says.
Shaddup

Arlington, TX

#664620 Oct 15, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
RiversideRedneck wrote:
I've never said that.
I've only implied that certain translations are worthy because they're translated as best and as honestly as possible.
Are you referring to certain texts? Gnostic texts, maybe?
<quoted text>
No. What the f_ck is it with Topix posters that they have to twist so much?
I did not say anything about "God approved ". I said they are translated better.
<quoted text>
You do?
<quoted text>
In the Bible.
I've already shown you.
<quoted text>
Ugh
What objective standard do you use to determine they are "translated better"?
Shaddup

Arlington, TX

#664621 Oct 15, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
I never said that physical strength is the entire sum of blah blah blah.
Why do you exaggerate what I write?
She wrote, "seem to think". That means that is her impression of what you wrote. Why must you twist and Riverdance her words?
Shaddup

Arlington, TX

#664622 Oct 15, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
I never said men are superior, douche.
I said men are physically superior.
Will you PLEASE learn to read properly.
Your blanket generalization is a failure.

“Is that all you've got?”

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#664623 Oct 15, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol
The way I see it, the toilet seat is JUST as easy to put up as it is to put down.
I need it up, I lift it up. She needs it down, she puts it down.
It's a non-issue in my house.
Mmm hm, right.

My first husband left it up one night and I fell in because the light was off and I didn't see the booby trap waiting for me. He never did THAT again.

A person could get seriously injured falling into one of those things!
Shaddup

Arlington, TX

#664624 Oct 15, 2013
Aura Mytha wrote:
<quoted text>
It wasn't you that said it no, and I may feel the same way, but the sword cut both ways. Tea party people are more patriotic and religious than regular republicans but only a few are wackos.
But I consider the people to the far left just as wacko.
Tea party people are more patriotic? How do you figure? Jingoism is not patriotism. Being duped by fascist, corporate masters into oligarchy is not patriotism. Claiming love it or leave it with one president and then telling another to put down the Koran is not patriotism. Your bias is unsupported by facts.
Shaddup

Arlington, TX

#664625 Oct 15, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>Posters like you are the reason most decent people avoid Topix.
That you are here proves you are not decent then.
Shaddup

Arlington, TX

#664626 Oct 15, 2013
Aura Mytha wrote:
<quoted text> It was religious wackos , that's same as saying something like...The Democrats should reform and get away from the atheist wackos controlling it.
See how discriminating that sounds?
No, it sounds stupid.
Shaddup

Arlington, TX

#664627 Oct 15, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh geez.
Do you know that there's no sales tax on groceries?
And what if that person lives in a no sakes tax state like Oregon? They can live tax free, literally.
And the IRS won't penalize them for it.
Do you think at all?
You're not very bright.

States that tax groceries (rate if not fully taxed): Alabama, Arkansas (3%), Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois (1%), Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri (1.225%), Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee (5.5%), Utah (1.75%), Virginia (1.5%+ 1% local option tax), and West Virginia (5%).

People in Oregon are not tax free. There are still payroll taxes. There are numerous other fees. The states get their money. You're a nitwit.
Shaddup

Arlington, TX

#664628 Oct 15, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>Mmm hm, right.
My first husband left it up one night and I fell in because the light was off and I didn't see the booby trap waiting for me. He never did THAT again.
A person could get seriously injured falling into one of those things!
Most women are smart enough to look behind them before they sit. I guess your gnarly ass usually scares things away first. Maybe it scared the seat away.

Since: May 07

Muncie, IN

#664629 Oct 15, 2013
thewordofme wrote:
Either Kansas or Oklahoma (maybe both) have a tax on groceries.
I did not know that, thanks.

“I never claimed to be Perfect”

Since: Nov 10

just better than yesterday

#664630 Oct 15, 2013
Apsu wrote:
<quoted text>Alan is simply reminding religious people what their holy book says, since so many religious people know so little about the holy book they claim is a guiding factor in their lives.
What I've always found odd, is that Christians often know far less about the Bible than do nonbelievers. It reinforces the idea that the more a person understands of this religion, the less likely they are to believe in it.
Ignorance is the most powerful driving force of your religion.
Hello Apsu. Allow me to introduce myself.
I am Al Garcia (real name) I don't consider myself a Christian any more than Jesus considered himself one. I am far from perfect yet don't hide behind the Bible because of it (you know, not perfect just forgiven yada yada....) I am willing to listen to the atheist point of view without criticism or feeling persecuted.
Here's what I don't like. Deliberate misrepresentation, deliberate twisting of facts or knowingly lying through omission of facts.
Alan does remind people of what the Bible says. That's a fact. He also (in my opinion) also purposely lies, twists or deceives trough omission of verses to get his point across. I'm not ok with that. And I point THAT out to him and he just gets upset and calls me a typical Christian (insert his insult if the day here)

I listen, interact and discuss with atheists, agnostics, Christians, Moslems, wiccans, and others of all faiths and beliefs quite civilly.

If Alan has an issue with communication with others then its his own lack of social ability and not an issue with religiosity.

Good to make your acquaintance..
Shaddup

Arlington, TX

#664631 Oct 15, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
<quoted text>
HA HA!!
All y'all do is quote the Bible. That's it. That's not knowledge.
Reverend Anal is the worst of atheists, he pretends to understand what the Bible says but understand none of it.
He's deluded, like most atheists, to think he understands what the Bible says.
Yeah, we already know, your decoder ring is the bestest decoder ring any nitwit can have.

“Is that all you've got?”

Since: Jun 10

Location hidden

#664632 Oct 15, 2013
Shaddup wrote:
<quoted text>That you are here proves you are not decent then.
I said "most",'tard.

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#664633 Oct 15, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
<quoted text>
HA HA!!
All y'all do is quote the Bible. That's it. That's not knowledge.
Reverend Anal is the worst of atheists, he pretends to understand what the Bible says but understand none of it.
He's deluded, like most atheists, to think he understands what the Bible says.
And of course, one can only understand and thus believe the bible by first believing in the bible.

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#664634 Oct 15, 2013
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>Mmm hm, right.
My first husband left it up one night and I fell in because the light was off and I didn't see the booby trap waiting for me. He never did THAT again.
A person could get seriously injured falling into one of those things!
You would fall into a toilet.

“What are you looking at?”

Since: Jan 08

Albuquerque, NM

#664635 Oct 15, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:

I've never said that.
I've only implied that certain translations are worthy because they're translated as best and as honestly as possible.
Are you referring to certain texts? Gnostic texts, maybe?

New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:

I didn't say you said it, but like you stated above, you imply that certain texts are the only ones that were "God approved".

No. What the f_ck is it with Topix posters that they have to twist so much?

I did not say anything about "God approved ". I said they are translated better.

I say buillshite and you are lying openly, when in fact you have no clue or idea which texts are "God inspired".

You do?

So don't play me for a fool, and try to swagger your way around the request.....I'm asking for your honesty RR - not what others have made claim to and you uphold.
Where does "God" specifically state which texts are of "His inspiration" and where does "He" state which ones are not.

In the Bible.

I've already shown you.

It really isn't that difficult, if one uses honesty.
I've seen you post honesty before, so I know you have it within you.

Ugh
RiversideRedneck wrote:
RiversideRedneck wrote:
I've never said that.
I've only implied that certain translations are worthy because they're translated as best and as honestly as possible.
Are you referring to certain texts? Gnostic texts, maybe?
<quoted text>
No. What the f_ck is it with Topix posters that they have to twist so much?
I did not say anything about "God approved ". I said they are translated better.
<quoted text>
You do?
<quoted text>
In the Bible.
I've already shown you.
<quoted text>
Ugh
There you go again, diverting from the original request.

Let's get is straight, right out of the box, I could care less what you say about certain texts, who wrote them, or whatever other reason you give to believe as you do....I DON'T CARE.

I asked you and every "knowledgeable so-called Christian" on this website, and I'm yet to get a straight answer.

Please state where "God" has specifically stated which texts are "of His inspiration" and which are not.

I want to make sure I am following "God".

If you have this information, please post it. If you don't know, then answer "I don't know". If you know for a fact, like me, there isn't any, then say "There isn't any."

Its not that hard to be honest with others, or is it for you?

And here i thought you were different, as you did admit some honestly - "sadly" I think the word you used was.

Why is it sad to be honest? Are you afraid of something?

So RR - can you answer my request?

BTW = I'm not your "run-of-the-mill" Topix poster. You might as well get that out of your head right now.

“How You Treat Me”

Since: May 10

Determines How I Treat You

#664636 Oct 15, 2013
Kaitlin the Wolf Witch wrote:
<quoted text>
He's incurred more damage in his five years than all the other presidents put together.
In California, they recalled Gray Davis; why can't we do that on a federal level?
<quoted text>
Yes he has.
<quoted text>
He's tripled the National Debt in five years; no one's ever done that.
You really don't know what my ideological leanings are. You are now assuming I'm a conservative, right?
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text> No, but you're doing your best to convince me.
And you would be wrong. I do not follow along with the guidelines of any one party.
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text> And whatever your ideological leanings, it's clear they are influencing your opinion of obama.
And you would be wrong again. Personal, first-hand experience is what influences my opinions of Obama. Why do you find that so difficult to believe?
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text> He's not the antichrist. He's just another in a long line of shitty politicians.
He's worse than most.
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text> And can we really put the debt squarely on obama's shoulders? I mean, I'm sure you can, but does it make any sense? He inherited a horrible situation.
He inherited a horrible situation, and is making it worse.*Five Years,* he's had, and what has he improved? Nothing. He **tripled** the national debt!

He badmouths George Bush (who sure as hell is a llllllonnnnnngggggg way from being perfect) with every chance he gets. In one interview, Bush himself was asked what he thought of Obama's attacks on him, and what he thought of Obama as a president; his response was something to the effect that he wouldn't feel right about criticizing a sitting president, nor would it do the nation any good. If he was as mean and vindictive as the democrats claim he is, he passed up on a perfect opportunity to lash back at Nobama. Instead, he showed true class, he showed himself to be a true gentleman, and said nothing.

I'd vote for Bush again, if I could.

Look, just because I'm a witch and just because I'm opposed to the fanatical christian movement, that doesn't mean I'm a line-towing liberal; today's liberals seem to believe that if they adhere to one liberal policy, they *must* adhere to *all* liberal policies. The same can be said of the conservatives. I am not in *either* camp, I choose to think for *myself.* I am pro-liberty, I am pro-choice--and not necessarily pro-abortion--and I am pro-gun.

I thought I made that clear earlier on. Hell, if it wasn't for her crazy religious beliefs and her anti-wolf policy in Alaska, I'd vote for Sara Palin for President in a heartbeat.

“How You Treat Me”

Since: May 10

Determines How I Treat You

#664638 Oct 15, 2013
Sharkey wrote:
<quoted text>Unfortunately, it will never work that way because everyone never has, is not now, or will ever be a Christian.
Your "All-Christian World" will never happen. You have far too many Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims, Jews, nontheists, deists, agnostics, and atheists for that.
waaasssuuup wrote:
<quoted text>
actually, ever since cain it's been understood that there won't be a 'Christian' world and that's what Jesus meant when He said "My kingdom is not of this world"
however, all flesh is as grass and will dissapear, but the Kingdom of God will remain forever - amen!
You're an idiot.

If you hate this world so much, why do you stay?

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