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Why I’m no longer a Christian

If you are so versed in your so-called "knowlede " that brings you to your consensus, why do you not know that there are such things as "false prophets" which would explain true and false Christians.  (Aug 17, 2008 | post #8891)

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So we see from this post and your "Much Ado About Satan" that you can copy and paste from the works of others. My question stands at this, why are you skirting my replies to you? Where do you stand now? You say I lie, but you have been caught in your own twist of words, and trying to keep up, you have forgotten your own previous posts...  (Aug 17, 2008 | post #8890)

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Why I’m no longer a Christian

What's strange is, a "true" Christian doesn't just live by the Bible. They learn through everyday experience, and a continued education under the only true teacher above. We are just merely students on the quest for the ultimate knowledge that is from God. So, your "knowledge " issue is complete bunk.  (Aug 17, 2008 | post #8880)

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Why I’m no longer a Christian

So if you say there is no God, or Satan... what is there... I guess that just leaves a poor, purposeless existence where you live and you die. You can't say you didn't say there was no God of Satan. So where do you stand now?  (Aug 17, 2008 | post #8875)

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Why I’m no longer a Christian

You know what is funny about that... All atheism is.. a rejection of theism. Not a denial, but a rejection. Atheism doesn't mean you don't believe in something, it just means you are acting as a child, and rebelling from the knowledge that has been taught to you. I think when you say "knowledge breeds..... atheism"... you are completely incorrect.  (Aug 17, 2008 | post #8871)

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Why I’m no longer a Christian

On the assumption you feel I'm an idiot for using the term "worldly views". There is a clear explaination for my use if you merely read the post. Do not insult my intelligence because you feel there is nothing more than you live, you die. So my question to you is, what purpose do you serve if that is all your existence is? to live and die? Apparently you feel there is something else to understand or you wouldn't being on this post, causing so much opposition.  (Aug 17, 2008 | post #8860)

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Why I’m no longer a Christian

It's not a fear of knowlege. The works of Satan breed confusion. Today's colleges do teach religion in all forms for those looking to expand their horizons. There are also courses that follow a path of science, because it takes all types. Yet at the same time, to say that knowledge is of Satan, is a fallacie. God wants us to seek knowledge and truth.  (Aug 17, 2008 | post #8855)

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Why I’m no longer a Christian

The strange thing is you can't "know it all" until you reach the gates. This is also for everyone posting. Man can not "know it all" because we can not handle the full knowledge that comes from God... we are not that powerful of beings and there in lies the reason for dissention among men in their debate of religion..  (Aug 17, 2008 | post #8847)

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Why I’m no longer a Christian

From what I see on this post, there are many words to be said... and to no means, but as a believer, it saddens me to think that there are this many lost. While at the same time, I see believers saying things that only progress the negative outlook from their spewing of Bible verses that are completely irrelivant to the topic at hand. This makes believers look like they don't even know what they are actually saying, and therefore making us as a whole look bad... Don't you know that the devil knows more of the verse than any man who walks this earth today? Verses will prove nothing more than you can retain something you read. You have to learn to apply it. As for the non-believers, worldly views are just that and they go no further.  (Aug 16, 2008 | post #8842)

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Army: Soldier killed in standoff had no mental health record

The sad, yet ironic fact is... There is help out there, and for a matter of fact on Drum... and in the surrounding areas. I have seen families torn apart by PTSD and the truth is, it is a big deal. I saw my uncle go through many afflictions dealing with PTSD from his time spent in Vietnam... and he even had behavioral health from the VA hospital. If people think that there is no solution, they are wrong. It is tragic and devistating, but there are preventative measures in place for such things... The family and the person merely have to seek out. It is not mandatory because not all people are affected by it.  (Jul 29, 2008 | post #12)

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