Prove there's a god.

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#709481 Mar 31, 2014
Eric Clapton

Crossroads

Live At Montreux

“First it steals your mind..”

Since: Jun 11

..and then it steals your soul

#709482 Mar 31, 2014
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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That seems kind of silly. Do you judge everyone on their knowledge of dinosaurs? What if the culinary teacher didn't know, would you toss her recipes in the shitter, too?
The culinary teacher did not try and teach me falsehoods about the birth of our planet and solar system. Nor did the accounting teacher. NOr the Economy teacher. Nor the English teacher. Nor the,,, you get the idea.

I was six years old and although I had only the vaguest concepts of the fossil record, evolution and the amount of tine passed since life started, I knew that the Biblical version was a falsehood. It was totally and utterly incompatable with the scientific version.

“First it steals your mind..”

Since: Jun 11

..and then it steals your soul

#709483 Mar 31, 2014
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>You claim to be a bible "expert", having read the whole thing more than once. I was just commenting that he was also called a dragon.
All dragons have legs, tardwad.
Hint: Kimono dragons.
...hmm, is that spelled right?
xD
Komodo.

Big nasties they are.

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#709484 Mar 31, 2014
Eric Clapton

Cocaine



He kills it on this one.

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#709485 Mar 31, 2014
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Jesus was not copied from Horus.
Claim: Horus was conceived by a virgin mother named Meri, and had a stepfather named Seb (Joseph)
Truth: Horus was NOT conceived of a virgin.
Claim: Horus was born in a cave, his birth announced by an angel, heralded by a star and attended by shepherds
Truth: There is no reference to a cave or manger in the birth story at all. In fact none of these details are present in the ancient Egyptian stories of Horus. Horus was born in a swamp. His birth was not heralded by an angel. There was no star to announce his birth.
Claim: Horus attended a special rite of passage at the age of twelve and there is no data on the child from the age of 12 to 30
Truth: There is no continuous effort in the Horus mythology to account for all these years, so there are no real gaps in the chronology. Horus never taught in any temple at twelve (as did Jesus), and keep in mind that Jesus didn’t ‘disappear’ in the years between His teaching in the temple and His baptism.
Claim: Horus was baptized in a river at the age of 30, and his baptizer was later beheaded.
Truth: Horus was never baptized.
Claim: Horus had 12 disciples
Truth: Horus had only four disciples
Claim: Horus performed miracles, exorcized demons, raised someone from the dead, walked on water
Truth: Of course Horus performed miracles, after all he was supposed to be a god!! But there was no mention of exorcizing demons, raising people from the dead or walking on water.
Claim: Horus was called “Iusa”, the “ever-becoming son” and the “Holy Child”
Truth: No one in Egyptian history was ever called “Iusa”(the word does not exist) nor was anyone called “Holy Child”.
Claim: Horus delivered a “Sermon on the Mount”, and his followers recounted his sayings. He was transfigured on the Mount
Truth: Horus never delivered a “Sermon on the Mount”, nor was he transfigured.
Claim: Horus was crucified between two thieves, buried for three days in a tomb, and was resurrected
Truth: Horus is not reported to have died at all in the vast majority of story versions. There is also no crucifixion story.
Claim: Horus was called “Way”,“the Truth the Light”,“Messiah”,“God’s Anointed Son”,“Son of Man”,“Good Shepherd”,“Lamb of God”,“Word made flesh”,“Word of Truth”,“the KRST” or “Anointed One”
Truth: None of these titles are in Egyptian history, but Horus IS called by several names you might expect for any god in mythology.
Claim: Horus was “the Fisher” and was associated with the Fish, Lamb and Lion.
Truth: Horus WAS a fish, very unlike Jesus, but there is no evidence that Horus was ever called a “fisher”.
Claim: Horus came to fulfill the Law, and was supposed to reign one thousand years.
Truth: There was no Egyptian “law” for Horus to fulfill, and there is no mention of a thousand year reign in Egyptian mythology.
I fully expect you to ignore all this and keep your 'Jesus is Horus' belief.
Ima go have a beer with GW.
http://pleaseconvinceme.com/2012/is-jesus-sim...

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Since: Nov 08

Fennario

#709486 Mar 31, 2014
pusherman_ wrote:
<quoted text> That big stone they found with that Inscription about the Israelites being wiped out and laid waste was dated to around 1208bce or somewhere around that time, that Implies they were at least in the area or In Egypt,, the temples that were built for Ramses 2nd, PI-Ramesse or Pre- Ramesse (House of Ramses ) and Pithom and Ramses was thought to have been built by Israelite Slaves, the time of exodus could not have happened before 1275bc, that is around when Ramses 2nd came into power..True that not much or any evidence has been found to support the Exodus, but that doesn't mean it didn't happen. that stone says they were wiped out and we know that is false statement.
Can you link me to your source, or to any other that confirms that? Evidence is a big part of the skeptic's world.

“First it steals your mind..”

Since: Jun 11

..and then it steals your soul

#709487 Mar 31, 2014
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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National Geographic calls it a dragon.
http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals...
But you don't.
Who should we believe?
That is its folk name.

It is for this very reason that when referring to an animal, it is wise to use the correct taxonomic reference.

Komodo Dragons are monitor lizards. But hey! There is hope for you still!

1) they may be caoable of flight, we have just not seen them flying yet, or the evolutionist idiot that dissected it did not tell us about its hidden methane thrusters

2) It may be capable of speech, but again we have not heard it talking yet. Those evolutionists edit it out of their tapes.

3) They breathe fire. Yup. They do. Sorry Mac, Catcher, BenAdam and IANS. I am giving away all our evolution secrets. Those things have fire breath, but upon discovery, the atheist scientist decided not to tell anybody

4) they are much much bigger in real life - we use camera tricks to make them look like they are only a few metres long and weigh a few hundred pounds. In reality, they are 40 metres long and weigh 34 tonnes, as much as six African Elephants

5) When hunting, the Komodo dragons takes down his prey with laser eye beams

6) The Komodo Dragon has a penis the size of Mike Tyson

7) The Komodo Dragon was the first animal on the moon. Landed in 1946, long before we ever sent up our boys!

8) It was a Komodo dragon who told the Wright brothers how to build an aircraft

9) Komodo Dragons uses city liners for tooth picks

10) There is strong evidence that Beethoven plagiarised his ninth symphony from the melodic farts these animals give off.

“First it steals your mind..”

Since: Jun 11

..and then it steals your soul

#709488 Mar 31, 2014
wilderide wrote:
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I'm not an interior designer, I just have the "gay gene" and inherently know how to coordinate. LOL. As for the "Oh look! Shiny!" school of interior decoration, hey, why not? Maybe women find that charming. Do you notice a consistent pattern of second dates wearing sunglasses?
Lolz. I once tried doing a room. My sister, 3 years my junior, came in, looked... And just shook her head.

Next day all my stuff went out. Evidence enough for me. Might as well get a monkey to do your books.

Odd though, I am pretty good at landscaping a garden, I can tell you what to plant where to make a screen, hedge, flowering section, plus I know how to optimise morning sun. But take me indoors? You really do not want a monkey for an accountant, all 'm sayin'

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

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#709489 Mar 31, 2014
Scrooge is a Liar wrote:
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You prove that I"m right about you being a sock puppet of dozens of other usernames.
Thanks for confirming your side delusions for us all as well BOZO of many names.
Oh the irony!

“First it steals your mind..”

Since: Jun 11

..and then it steals your soul

#709490 Mar 31, 2014
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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In Genesis 3, the serpent was most definitely Satan. He was either appearing as a serpent, possessing the serpent, or deceiving Adam and Eve into believing that it was the serpent who was talking to them.
This is confirmed in Revelation 12:9 & 20:2.
I think they translated it to serpent because in Latin and greek, "drak&#333;n" translates to serpent, it signifies a large reptile, real or mythological.
Ah! Right in the topic.

Please, RR. Definition of "wild animal", or its plural

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#709491 Mar 31, 2014
Double Fine wrote:
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Komodo.
Big nasties they are.
AYE!
But ther still jist "dingleberries" hang'n from the backside of the nanobum--big nasties 'er not!

“First it steals your mind..”

Since: Jun 11

..and then it steals your soul

#709492 Mar 31, 2014
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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The panda bear isn't a bear?
o.O
Nor is the King Cobra a cobra

“ Ah see's lanlubbers Cap'n BT!”

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#709493 Mar 31, 2014
pusherman_ wrote:
Eric Clapton
Cocaine
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =qYS732zyYfUXX
He kills it on this one.
Aaaahahahah! Caught myself airrift'n the neck! Thanks man!

“First it steals your mind..”

Since: Jun 11

..and then it steals your soul

#709494 Mar 31, 2014
Susie D wrote:
<quoted text>Actually what I did was place a homework question on the page that everyone got wrong. I did this in order to make a strong point. You people are clueless to Science and Chemistry. You ACT like you understand formulas yet I gave the instructions and the formula and no one could answer it... In that case, I proved that YOU have no idea what is going on :)
You see, Ideal Gas Law Calculators are only good for so much. Even when the one "guy" tried to explain the process, he used THE site and it added all those marks like &%$#^&*... He had to go back and fill in.. I got a real good laugh at that.. Copy and Paste Kings and Queens.. that is all you all have.. along with Google!! LMAO
Do the calculation then, if you will?

“First it steals your mind..”

Since: Jun 11

..and then it steals your soul

#709495 Mar 31, 2014
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
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Aaaahahahah! Caught myself airrift'n the neck! Thanks man!
Our band covered that song. There is NOTHING like that riff!

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#709496 Mar 31, 2014
Black Thunder 42 wrote:
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Aaaahahahah! Caught myself airrift'n the neck! Thanks man!
Yup!

Since: Sep 13

United States of America

#709497 Mar 31, 2014
What I find ironic is someone like Susie D criticizing another poster for their "lack of education" then in the same post, make so many grammatical and spelling errors herself. You would think with her level of education, she would know the difference between Cite and Site or Perish and Parish, of course I can understand if these are typos, except when you continue to make the mistake over and over, it begins to appear as though it is out of ignorance instead of misplaced letters.
Ghost Writer

Rome, NY

#709498 Mar 31, 2014
scaritual wrote:
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The form of Mithraism - that was practiced in Rome - was established long before the late dates you assert.
Plutarch writes that Cilician pirates from southern Turkey, brought the Mithraic rites(or mystery religion) to Rome in the 1st century BCE. In the 1st century BCE, the ruling dynasty of Commagene worshiped Mithras as a god.
No. I don't know what websites you pulled that from, but they are wildly inaccurate. I had the privilege of studying under some of the best historians and experts on ancient near eastern cultures and religions. The dates I have given are accurate. The version of Mithraism practiced by the pirates isn't the same as that worshipped by the Romans.
scaritual wrote:
Factor in the establishment of Mithraism in the 1st century BCE - which obviously predates Christianity - and who is copying who?
Additionally, Zoroastrianism predates Judaism/Christianity by far - to the 2nd millennium BCE - and is thought to be the first monotheistic religion, with Judaism incorporating numerous concepts taken from - Zoroastrianism.
Again, who is copying or emulating who?
Mithras also has no details of death. So therefore this is evidence that Romans attempted to import Christian beliefs into Mithraism. If you wish to claim otherwise, that's your right. But I'll need to see some ***credible*** evidence of that, and a skeptical/atheist website won't cut it.
I know I'm arrogant about history, and with good reason. I'm very good at it. You'll need to bring heavy scholars in. Murdock, Doherty, Carrier, Harpur, Price are all wrong. And I've written to all of them. They don't like me. I have a Bachelors and I dare to piss in their cornflakes.:) And I have no problem telling somebody with a PhD. they're wrong. Not when I know I'm right. ;)

Since: Sep 13

United States of America

#709499 Mar 31, 2014
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Jesus was not copied from Horus.
Claim: Horus was conceived by a virgin mother named Meri, and had a stepfather named Seb (Joseph)
Truth: Horus was NOT conceived of a virgin.
Let's discuss the first on your list... In the original Hebrew version, there is no mention of a "virgin" giving birth. The verse says "A young woman" will give birth, not a virgin, which is an entirely different Hebrew word. The young woman became a virgin only after the Hebrew word was mistranslated into Greek. A young woman of marriageable age in Hebrew is "Almah" which was translated into Greek as parthenos or 'virgin.' Had the Hebrew meant to say virgin it would have used bethulah, which means specifically a virgin. Also the Greek word parthenos basically means girl, which could mean virgin or non virgin.

One more thing....why would Matthew 22 :41-46, Mark12:35-37, and Luke 20:41-44 all have Jesus quoting Psalms 110:1 arguing that the Messiah does not need to be the descendent of David?

Then Acts 2:30-36, Peter quotes Psalms 110:1 arguing that Jesus was a descendent of David?
Gob

United States

#709500 Mar 31, 2014
andet1987 wrote:
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:) funny, shit happens
when i saw a real Miracle last June 30, 2011, i don't consider it as "shit happens".:)
You aren't compartmentalizing your delusion. It's reaching out and infecting all of your faculties.

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