Prove there's a god.

RiversideRedneck

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

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#669221 Oct 31, 2013
Apsu wrote:
<quoted text>The story of Adam and Eve is a reworking of the story of Enkidu and Shamhat, mythology that can be found in the Epic of Gilgamesh and that long predates Genesis (and Job).
Riiii-iiiight.....

So Enkidu & Shamhat have vigorous sex for a week straight so Shamhat can take Enkidu's "wild side" and the animals(his former sex partners) got upset.

That's EXACTLY the same as Adam & Eve, huh?

RiversideRedneck

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

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#669222 Oct 31, 2013
Apsu wrote:
<quoted text>You, and these lot of kids, were taught incorrectly.
<quoted text>...because what you were taught was wrong.
<quoted text>Certainly not what you were taught, because it was wrong.
<quoted text>No they are not.
Saying "humans evolved from monkeys" only shows that one does not understand human evolution. It is not a fact, because it is incorrect.
<quoted text>No, your "problem with science" is that you do not understand what it is you are trying to talk about.
<quoted text>You might be careful not to misspell the word "their" the next time you are commenting on someone's utter stupidity.
<quoted text>Your opinion on what pregnant women do in order to prepare for pregnancy means nothing.
By the way, have you ever been pregnant?
So what I was taught was "wrong" and what they teach now is "right". Why?

Because science changes too damn much.

I wonder if my grandkids will be taught something different as my kids, because **now** it's "right"....

No dude, I'm a dude. I've never been pregnant, nice red herring though.

Normal people don't need to take a course on how to do something natural, only the "intellectuals" do.

Since: Oct 10

Louisville, KY

#669223 Oct 31, 2013
yes he loves you

Since: Sep 08

Alamosa, CO

#669224 Oct 31, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
So what I was taught was "wrong" and what they teach now is "right". Why?
Because science changes too damn much.
I wonder if my grandkids will be taught something different as my kids, because **now** it's "right"....
No dude, I'm a dude. I've never been pregnant, nice red herring though.
Normal people don't need to take a course on how to do something natural, only the "intellectuals" do.
The world has changed.

Back when I was a newly empowered mind driven out of the factory it wasn't so crowded. We would go tearing down the highway or through the streets, with no seatbelts on. Oftentimes drunk. Experiencing and showing off what we had. We learned things the hard way.

Nowadays these young whippersnappers like Apsu do donuts in the parking lot and show us the brochures and magazine articles.

Very impressive.
Ben Dare

Schaumburg, IL

#669225 Oct 31, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
<quoted text>
But true, Timmy. I am but a simple and humble machine.
A fair and balanced assessment of that statement: Simple, yes; humble, no; full of unwarranted self importance, yes; funny, no; unintentionally funny, yes. As far as you being a machine, this may or may not be true. Your posts do seem programmed and are very repetitive and unimaginative, so possibly you just might be a machine, albeit one with some very serious programming errors.

Since: Sep 08

Alamosa, CO

#669226 Oct 31, 2013
Ben Dare wrote:
<quoted text>
A fair and balanced assessment of that statement: Simple, yes; humble, no; full of unwarranted self importance, yes; funny, no; unintentionally funny, yes. As far as you being a machine, this may or may not be true. Your posts do seem programmed and are very repetitive and unimaginative, so possibly you just might be a machine, albeit one with some very serious programming errors.
I'm glad to provide you with something to wrap your mind around and exercise it. Perhaps one day it may lead to something really profound. You never know.
newsConfirms

Marietta, GA

#669227 Oct 31, 2013
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FINAL BIBLE Prophecies -- In Plain View

http://youtu.be/HpJmADuZDpo

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Ben Dare

Schaumburg, IL

#669228 Oct 31, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
You have to read between the lines, dude.
He responded....
"Naw I don't hate him.... On second thought... yeah, you're right. I hate him."
You see?
RR, let me put it this way: Jesus is a concept of which I hate. I hate the fact that an astronomical sum of money has been channeled in the direction of perpetuating His mythology. I hate that the Jesus concept causes so much controversy throughout the world when His followers bump heads with people with different beliefs, and also how they are constantly proselytizing. And I hate how, ironically, His followers will look down on anyone who is intelligent enough to discredit His book of nonsense The Bible. It's the concept of the J man that I hate. Hating Jesus is like hating The Joker (another fictitious character whom I also hate).

Catcher1

Since: Sep 10

Redondo Beach, CA

#669229 Oct 31, 2013
Ben Dare wrote:
<quoted text>
RR, let me put it this way: Jesus is a concept of which I hate. I hate the fact that an astronomical sum of money has been channeled in the direction of perpetuating His mythology. I hate that the Jesus concept causes so much controversy throughout the world when His followers bump heads with people with different beliefs, and also how they are constantly proselytizing. And I hate how, ironically, His followers will look down on anyone who is intelligent enough to discredit His book of nonsense The Bible. It's the concept of the J man that I hate. Hating Jesus is like hating The Joker (another fictitious character whom I also hate).
I guess that, if Jesus returned and was again convicted and executed, Christians would start wearing a little syringe around the neck, or a tiny noose, or a teensy chair, depending on the country or state of residence.

Since: Sep 08

Alamosa, CO

#669230 Oct 31, 2013
Ben Dare wrote:
<quoted text>
RR, let me put it this way: Jesus is a concept of which I hate. I hate the fact that an astronomical sum of money has been channeled in the direction of perpetuating His mythology. I hate that the Jesus concept causes so much controversy throughout the world when His followers bump heads with people with different beliefs, and also how they are constantly proselytizing. And I hate how, ironically, His followers will look down on anyone who is intelligent enough to discredit His book of nonsense The Bible. It's the concept of the J man that I hate. Hating Jesus is like hating The Joker (another fictitious character whom I also hate).
"intelligent enough to discredit"

Big assumption on your part.

Plus just what is your portfolio to elevate you to a position where you can pass judgement on them? The word discredit infers some superiority you feel to be so proactive. Excuse us if we don't assume you are more intelligent and knowing than everyone else in the world, past and present. Would you show us your papers, please?

“let's do this thang!”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#669231 Oct 31, 2013
orangelion wrote:
<quoted text>
What proof do you have to prove the Bible is true?
well there's an element of faith involved.
i'm sorry for you if you refuse to exercise faith towards God but are more than willing to exercise it elsewhere - that's your prerogative

Since: Sep 08

Alamosa, CO

#669232 Oct 31, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess that, if Jesus returned and was again convicted and executed, Christians would start wearing a little syringe around the neck, or a tiny noose, or a teensy chair, depending on the country or state of residence.
God, you are such the intellectual. So deep in your thinking. Wow!

“let's do this thang!”

Since: Aug 10

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#669233 Oct 31, 2013
thewordofme wrote:
<quoted text>
The Gospels are known to be written by anonymous authors; not whose names are on the chapter headings.
They are also not considered eyewitnesses.
they're not "known" to be written anonymously, but 'supposed' by scoffers. scoff away scoffer, but you're only excluding yourself, not me;)

“let's do this thang!”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#669234 Oct 31, 2013
thewordofme wrote:
<quoted text>
Chemical probably.
scoffing problem.

“let's do this thang!”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#669235 Oct 31, 2013
Pat wrote:
<quoted text>
Intelligent is ignorance to the upside down brain of the terrified theist.
what does someone who trusts in The Redeemer have to fear?

"if God is for us, who can be against us?"
Ben Dare

Schaumburg, IL

#669236 Oct 31, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
<quoted text>
That's right, trust the Bible, it never changes.
Hold on.
The interpretations keep changing, and there are disputes as to the right translation.
Catcher, when scientific fact and theories disprove the entire foundation of Christianity, as well as Judaism and Islam, the only thing these people can do is to try and discredit that which put them there. Science has unintentionally backed the followers of all Abrahamic religions into a corner, and all they can do is lash out at the facts, theories and common sense that contradicts their entire belief system.

The reason man has progressed from hunting and gathering to the somewhat advanced civilization that we are today, is because one day some really smart cave man started recording all of his tribe's collective knowledge into a "book of truth". Once this happened, man began to advance exponentially, as each generation no longer needed to relearn all the things his ancestors had previously learned. The recording of this knowledge became the first form of science. Each time someone learned something new, it would be "recorded" in "the book". Then one day something horrible happened: man invented religion, and the worst event in history occurred; someone put all these religious ideas into The Book of Truth, which totally corrupted it, and religious nuts have been at odds with scientists ever since. And even now, hundreds of thousands of years later, these nut jobs are STILL trying to get their convoluted ideas into The Book.

One can only imagine how advanced our civilization would be today had Christianity not put us into the dark ages for 700 years, and had all the money wasted on building churches etc. had been directed towards medicine and technology. And THIS my friend is why I hate the concept of Jesus.

Since: Sep 08

Alamosa, CO

#669237 Oct 31, 2013
Wooo!

It just hit me. The social engineering of the last few decades, especially in the USA. The reason for the unseen hand guiding us to manufacture a new resource the world so desperately needs, and to increase our wealth as a nation. The reason for the shift in education and social values. The gearing up for a brave new world.

Prima donna production!!

Oooh! What an exciting time coming up. Nothing like a dozen already in one place instead of having to wait for one to show up. Shame I will be missing it.

RiversideRedneck

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#669238 Oct 31, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
The world has changed.
Back when I was a newly empowered mind driven out of the factory it wasn't so crowded. We would go tearing down the highway or through the streets, with no seatbelts on. Oftentimes drunk. Experiencing and showing off what we had. We learned things the hard way.
Nowadays these young whippersnappers like Apsu do donuts in the parking lot and show us the brochures and magazine articles.
Very impressive.
LOL

Maybe he watches the YouTube video of someone egging their neighbors and then thinks he's done it himself....

“let's do this thang!”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#669239 Oct 31, 2013
chance47 wrote:
Here's a real gem from this month! Wonder why this story isn't getting much attention (or is it?). Sounds bvery intriguing and actually may well be true.. at least after first thought.
Link:
http://www.bubblews.com/news/1298334-scholars...
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My cut and pasting begins here:
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Two historians, American Joseph Atwill and the UK’s Kenneth Humphreys, will hold a symposium in London on Oct. 19, at which, they say, they’ll present new evidence that Jesus Christ never existed and that Christianity and the Gospels are fabrications invented by Roman Caesars of the first century.
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The two scholars claim the plot was conceived as a means to redirect violent Jewish revolt against Roman authority into a peaceful (thereby ineffectual) movement, designed to control the hearts and minds of the Jewish population, and subverting rebellion against Rome without employing increasingly resource-draining military and political tactics.
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And, they claim, it worked brilliantly then and continues to do so.
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LOL! the only way to "prove" such a thing is if they had a time machine AND if they could disprove every miracle and rebirth anyone's received in the Name of Jesus for the last 2000+ years;)
Ben Dare

Schaumburg, IL

#669240 Oct 31, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>
Naw I don't hate Satan, dude's got nothing over me, so...
I had drinks with him just the other day. He's really not that bad a guy.. very misunderstood.

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