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#778184 Sep 8, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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And if they spell your name wrong on the register, it means you are not a Christian.
Or if the page with your name on it gets smudged, you cease being a Christian.
Everyone knows the definition of "Christian" is "having your name on a piece of paper".
Nice work, Christine.
Do you have any idea how stupid you are?
More buck BS – p|ss of back to the showers and get a good bum reaming, you speak more sense afterwards

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treat you they get offended.

#778185 Sep 8, 2014
Stilgar Fifrawi wrote:
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And that sums it up.
Yes it would for simple minds like yours
Trouble is that facts always fook (or f*#k) you up and you don’t have the guts to admit it.

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#778186 Sep 8, 2014
ChristineM wrote:
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Ahh right, my god is bigger than your god, oh wait a moment, it’s all the same god.
Or perhaps it’s our babble is better than yours because ours have more bit taken out and more changes (or less)
OK then perhaps it’s we can drink the blood of Christ and you cant and eat the flesh of Christ and you cant
A catholic is classed as christian, catholics were the first christians, the catholic babble is the closest to the original book. Therefore are not catholics more christian than other christians?
Yes, You are, but I've always thought you were a good Christian.
I ain't drinking anybodies blood..

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treat you they get offended.

#778187 Sep 8, 2014
Anyway, I’m out of the country for a couple of weeks... later.

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#778188 Sep 8, 2014
ChristineM wrote:
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Where does it say that in the babble? Where does it say forget all the bad bits of the babble, only use the good bits? Only use the bits that cheetee babe thinks are the good bits?. Honey, you want to accept the babble then accept it as it is and stop cherry picking.
Moral rules? All of them, after all atheist are exactly as human as christians are, the only difference is that atheists have only themselves to blame whereas christians use god as their scapegoat.
As an atheist I have no need for a god book to tell me to love my neighbour. My neighbour is a human being so unless there is some reason to think otherwise it’s just natural. This after all is the way civilisation first begin, the civilisation that allowed your faith (and all the one before and after it) to developto
You don’t usually see atheist walking into cinemas and infant schools and killing everyone they can see. You don’t see atheist committing genocide on hundreds of thousands of Muslims and you rarely see and atheist blowing up city centres during publicised activity.
Would you still love your neighbor if he was a Christian?

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#778189 Sep 8, 2014
ChristineM wrote:
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Ahh right, my god is bigger than your god, oh wait a moment, it’s all the same god.
Or perhaps it’s our babble is better than yours because ours have more bit taken out and more changes (or less)
OK then perhaps it’s we can drink the blood of Christ and you cant and eat the flesh of Christ and you cant
A catholic is classed as christian, catholics were the first christians, the catholic babble is the closest to the original book. Therefore are not catholics more christian than other christians?
Hold on there, rosy cheeks. You asked him what the difference is, he told you - doctrine.

He didn't imply one is better than the other, that's your assertion.
Jewbacca

United States

#778190 Sep 8, 2014
Stilgar Fifrawi wrote:
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I just made myself clear, but I'll do it again for you.
Reproduction is not the same as creation.
Procreation is not the same as creation.
When a male impregnates a female, they reproduce. They do not create.
Is my position clear enough? Is logic clear enough?
Your position is clear, you just haven't explained it.

If making a cake is creation, why is procreation not?

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#778191 Sep 8, 2014
ChristineM wrote:
Anyway, I’m out of the country for a couple of weeks... later.
Later.

Don't fly a Malaysian plane over Iraqi air space, your buddies out there will give you a warm welcome....

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#778192 Sep 8, 2014
ChristineM wrote:
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Hey you chauvinistic moron, we are discussing 2 different things here, first Hitlers faith, second, the christian church keeping hold of its name list
Hitler never tried to opt out of the church. He remained christian all his life, from choice. Those who have attempted to deny him his faith, funnily enough, all seem to be American christians.
As it happens the church has not, nor shows any willingness to excomu8nicate him. It seems they tend not to evict mass murdering despotic national leaders, they love them. If however it would have been a 14 year old girl from a Brazilian ghetto who became pregnant from gang rape and had an abortion then the church would shown no restraint in excommunicating the girl.
So what has this got to do with anyone else’s faith or lack of it?
Hitler was an Atheist

The Nazis also drew on the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, adapting his atheist philosophy to their crude purposes. Nietzsche’s vision of the ubermensch and his elevation of a new ethic “beyond good and evil” were avidly embraced by Nazi propagandists. Nietzsche’s “will to power" became a Nazi recruitment slogan.

Adolf Hitler was skeptical of all religious belief.[9] Alan Bullock saw Hitler as a "materialist", not only in his "dismissal of religion" but also in his "insensitivity to humanity".[10] Hitler's materialist outlook, wrote Bullock, was "based on the nineteenth century rationalists' certainty that the progress of science would destroy all myths and had already proved Christian doctrine to be an absurdity".[16] Richard J. Evans wrote that "Hitler emphasised again and again his belief that Nazism was a secular ideology founded on modern science. Science, he declared, would easily destroy the last remaining vestiges of superstition [-]'In the long run',[Hitler] concluded,'National Socialism and religion will no longer be able to exist together'"

In A Short History of Christianity, the historian Geoffrey Blainey wrote that Hitler and his Fascist ally Mussolini were atheists,

Bullock concluded: "It is in this sense of mission that Hitler, a man who believed neither in God nor in conscience ('a Jewish invention, a blemish like circumcision') found both justification and absolution".

Hitler was an atheist and a Darwinist - just like Topix Atheists.

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Russell's teapot

#778193 Sep 8, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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Hitler was an Atheist
The Nazis also drew on the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, adapting his atheist philosophy to their crude purposes. Nietzsche’s vision of the ubermensch and his elevation of a new ethic “beyond good and evil” were avidly embraced by Nazi propagandists. Nietzsche’s “will to power" became a Nazi recruitment slogan.
Adolf Hitler was skeptical of all religious belief.[9] Alan Bullock saw Hitler as a "materialist", not only in his "dismissal of religion" but also in his "insensitivity to humanity".[10] Hitler's materialist outlook, wrote Bullock, was "based on the nineteenth century rationalists' certainty that the progress of science would destroy all myths and had already proved Christian doctrine to be an absurdity".[16] Richard J. Evans wrote that "Hitler emphasised again and again his belief that Nazism was a secular ideology founded on modern science. Science, he declared, would easily destroy the last remaining vestiges of superstition [-]'In the long run',[Hitler] concluded,'National Socialism and religion will no longer be able to exist together'"
In A Short History of Christianity, the historian Geoffrey Blainey wrote that Hitler and his Fascist ally Mussolini were atheists,
Bullock concluded: "It is in this sense of mission that Hitler, a man who believed neither in God nor in conscience ('a Jewish invention, a blemish like circumcision') found both justification and absolution".
Hitler was an atheist and a Darwinist - just like Topix Atheists.
Positive Christianity.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Positive_Christi...

German Christians
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Christian...

German Faith Movement
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Faith_Mov...

All of the above were mentioned in the paper you've quoted from recently, as being the impetus and goals that Hitler envisioned for Germany and as his power increased, to implement across other areas he conquered.

This is that paper you've referred to.
THE NAZI MASTER PLAN
Transcribed and annotated by Professor Richard Bonney
CONFIDENTIAL
APPROVED BY THE PROSECUTION REVIEW BOARD
OFFICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES
Research and Analysis Branch R & A No. 3114.4
http://www.leics.gov.uk/the_nazi_master_plan....

Now you're quoting other sources saying that he was atheist.

You have no consistency at all.

Troll.

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#778195 Sep 8, 2014
ChristineM wrote:
Anyway, I’m out of the country for a couple of weeks... later.
You have been out of the country for a long time.

Permanently out to lunch.

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#778196 Sep 8, 2014
Stilgar Fifrawi wrote:
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You seem desperate in this argument.
What purpose does it give you to fight tool and nail that your opinion is that human fetuses are parasites?
What does it gain you?
lol, He's competing for the position of Most Highly Debased Fellator of Hell. He probably belongs to that cult that believes if you commit suicide while masturbating you'll get preferential treatment from Satan, prolly sucking off Pazuzu. To them souls of the innocent and unborn are the most highly prized as offerings to hell and those who offer the most expect status in hell. "Flipping" Christians away from believing likely has an orgasmic effect on freaks like him.

You have to admit that there are some really demented people on Topix and that idiot doesn't have a problem with using a crude sophistry , the ploy of circular reasoning, to convert the naive to his own way of thinking. Deception is his middle name. Who knows what warped cult he really follows. I doubt it's anything as benign as simply "not believing". None of the atheists I know are as obsessed as these nuts. They care nothing for real logic or rational reasoning. Their claim of a fetus not even being human proves that. I've linked that Berkeley article three times now and they either ignore it or try to argue with the evidence that an individual's life begins when the DNA recombines, i.e., at conception.

So much for their ability to "debate" anything. Their indoctrination does not allow for deviating from the script they have been given, regardless of how ignorant it sounds.

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#778198 Sep 8, 2014
thewordofme wrote:
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I don't think you actually answered my question. I know of several lesbians and homosexuals who are pastors/ministers at several churches and they seem to have a love of God and Jesus that impresses me.
So, is the homosexual condemnation still valid?
Matthew 7:13 thru 23

Apparently "just" believing isn't enough. Haven't you ever heard the truism, "Actions speak louder than words."? According to these New Testament passages those gay believers you know are wasting their breath praising the Christian god as long as they continue to participate in what the bible considers taboo. Their worship is ludicrous.

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#778199 Sep 8, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
How many gall bladders have been excised which were genetically distinct from the human being from which it was excised?
Probably none.

But hey, life is life. If you're pro-life, don't you have to defend living gall bladders? Or is that term just a euphemism for pro-forced births?
Buck Crick wrote:
Kermit Gosnell went to prison. The jury found that he was not excising gall bladders. He could have excised gall bladders and remained free for life.
That case illustrates very nicely that legal abortion is not murdering babies. The latter is a crime.
Buck Crick wrote:
Hippocratic Oath: "I will neither give a deadly drug to anybody who asked for it, nor will I make a suggestion to this effect. Similarly I will not give to a woman an abortive remedy. In purity and holiness I will guard my life and my art."
Hippocrates probably never did any of those things.

What is holiness?

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#778200 Sep 8, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
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You have been out of the country for a long time.
Permanently out to lunch.
Hey, Butt Crack! Was that you getting your arse whooped in Escape Plan? lol

I just about fell over laughing at the resemblance this actor had to your avatar. He got pounded and then jumped back up like, "Huh? Where's everybody goin'?"

Total lack of adrenaline there! hahahaha

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#778201 Sep 8, 2014
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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I didn't. Please don't waste my time bringing it up again.
The only person wasting your time is you.

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#778202 Sep 8, 2014
It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Secular humanists not only have ethics, they are superior to Christian ethics. We believe in tolerance, but that does not mean that you can hit us in the cheek and expect our other cheek. If you fk with the bull, you should expect the horn.
http://divedesk.com/blog/09/bullhorn.jpg
If they have ethics how did you get in?
Anon

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#778203 Sep 8, 2014
Stilgar Fifrawi wrote:
Aw :(
Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy dies at age 93
http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2014/09/08/chi...
<sniffle> <blows nose loudly>
So young, so young. How could this possibly happen?
Do you actually think anyone gives a shyt?
He looks a lot like Uncle Fester, which is something, I guess...

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#778204 Sep 8, 2014
Stilgar Fifrawi wrote:
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No. Your mother was the host. You're just a POS parasite that doesn't deserve life.
That's what the atheists are claiming today, ain't it?
lol, he's confused from spewing all that circular reasoning every day. If his congregation practices what he preaches it will be their number that dwindles as time goes by, not believers'. What a loon.

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#778205 Sep 8, 2014
Buck Crick wrote:
Interesting. Meeting "any definition" of parasite makes something a parasite.
That's correct.
Buck Crick wrote:
Here is one definition of "doctor": noun; "a cook, as at a camp or on a ship". Another definition makes a fly a doctor, as it is used in fly fishing. Since those meet one definition, we now know a fly and a cook are both doctors.
If the word doctor is used in those ways, then yes, those are doctors. You do understand that that doesn't make them the same thing, don't you?
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Wanna' bet I can't find a definition making a fetus an insect? But a fetus is not an insect. it is also not a parasite.
If there is a definition for insect that applies to a fetus, then a fetus is an insect. Once again, you do understand that that doesn't make a fetus an arthropod.

And yes, a fetus is still a parasite. It's not a helminth, but neither is Joyful - I think.
Buck Crick wrote:
What does this new rule do for your definition of atheism?
What new rule?
Buck Crick wrote:
Remember, if you meet any definition for atheist, you are an atheist. Right?
Right. I've been telling you that for years. One of the definitions of atheist is a person who does not accept any god claims. You keep ignoring that definition and marching out another one as if the second definition negates the first.

Is this a new idea for you? Are you aware that just because rivers have banks and deposits, you won't get interest if you put your money in them? You might, however, generate a good cash flow.

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