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 5 years ago '11        #221
thehammer 742 heat pts742
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I just find it sad how many people are afraid to ask questions or find truths because of fear of "hell". I just can't find anything positive in keeping the masses ignorant and in a bubble.
 5 years ago '10        #222
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He's wrong. Just like all of the times he wrongly predicted a Dwight Howard trade. Jason Collins is a sinner, but that doesn't make him less of a christian. It is also ridiculous to say that he is no longer a christian, because he is a sinner. All christians sin. Also, homos3xuality isn't the greatest sin of all. No sin is worse or greater than the other. Lusting over women is a sin. No doubt homos3xuality is wrong, but it doesn't make him less of a christian. He's just not living life right according to the bible, and I believe that the real christian thing to do is to not judge him, and accept him, and pray that God forgives him.
 04-29-2013, 07:26 PM         #223
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 ScroogeMcDuck said:
The same thing it has to do with not believing in the tooth fairy or santa claus. When you get older and smarter you stop believing in fiction.

When you ignore all the evidence that points to all religions being false
(i.e. The earth being billions of years old, the existence of dinosaurs, evolution etc.), you're ignorant.

If I told you I sincerely believed in unicorns and fairies and that I lived my life based on that belief and judged others based on those beliefs, you would think I'm stupid and rightfully so.

So when someone says they believe in a space lord that created the earth and everything on it and predetermines everything, I think they are an uneducated person, and rightfully so.




Santa Claus = Jesus


 5 years ago '07        #224
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 5 years ago '11        #225
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 YoungRichROy said:

If there is anything in the Bible that makes modern people nervous, it is its treatment of slavery. Slavery is humanely regulated in the legal portions of the Old Testament, and in the epistles of the New Testament slaveholders are exhorted to show kindness to slaves, but nowhere in the Bible is there anything which can be interpreted as a disapproval of the institution as such. People of our generation, Christians included, tend to have a very hard time with this, because it seems to amount to a tacit approval of the institution, and we balk at the idea that God did not consider the institution itself to be immoral.

Part of the problem is that we have false ideas about what slavery was really like. The life of a slave was not easy, but we get an exaggerated idea of the hardships of slavery from watching movies or reading historical material that is written on a popular level. Here the purpose is usually to dramatize the plight of slaves or to make some point about the evils of slavery in general, (1) but the historical reality was less dramatic. In most cases the life of a slave was not much different from the life of any lower-class worker. Those who have been in the military have experienced something like it — being legally bound to an employer and to a job that one cannot simply “quit” at will, not free to leave without permission, subject to discipline if one disobeys or is grossly negligent — all of this is familiar enough to those of us who have served in the military. And yet we know that the daily life of a good soldier is not especially hard. This is what it was like to be a slave.

Another problem is, when thinking about slavery we tend to have in mind the recent slavery of the black race in America, and so the whole subject of slavery gets mixed up with the issue of racism. But in ancient times, slavery was not a.ssociated with any particular race. By condoning slavery the Bible does not approve of racism.

A third reason why modern people have a hard time understanding the Bible’s treatment of slavery is that we often now tend to confuse morality with political values. The modern tendency is to politicize everything, including even the Christian gospel. Moral philosophy or ethics has become so politicized that it seems to be almost a sub-department of political science now, which is why we have seen the rise of an elaborate political correctness in our public life. “Racism,” “s3xism,” “homophobia,” and so on, are the really serious sins under this new morality. Although we all know that people are not really equal, the egalitarian ideology of our time is considered to be of such overriding importance that any slight affront to it is considered sinful, while the principles of ordinary old-fashioned morality are downplayed and even denied. This political correctness is not merely a fad, it is the logical and inevitable result of the politicization of morality, the elaboration of an entirely new morality based upon political ideas of right and wrong.

In recent years the principle of equality has been raised to the status of a theological axiom in liberal churches. This is illustrated by the remarks made by an Episcopal bishop in an interview following his church’s decision to appoint a homos3xual bishop in the Summer of 2003. The “Right Reverend” John Bryson Chane appealed to the egalitarian principle in this manner:

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we get a bad idea of slavery from movies and books.
think the KKK said the same thing.

but your right. "But if the slave survives a day or two, he is not to be avenged, for the slave is his money" sounds like slaves were treated right


I don't give a fu*k if the slaves were black or not. They owned people, fu*k out of here.
 04-29-2013, 07:27 PM         #226
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 thehammer said:
Soul or Brain. Your choice.
its not a choice...you will become a greater spirit believing in our Almighty god and following the ideals of Christianity. You are not getting ridding yourself of a brain

If you don't believe in God , no ones bashing you

HOWEVER

Don't dare condemn a man for speaking out his beliefs on Christianity
 5 years ago '12        #227
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 YoungRichROy said:

If there is anything in the Bible that makes modern people nervous, it is its treatment of slavery. Slavery is humanely regulated in the legal portions of the Old Testament, and in the epistles of the New Testament slaveholders are exhorted to show kindness to slaves, but nowhere in the Bible is there anything which can be interpreted as a disapproval of the institution as such. People of our generation, Christians included, tend to have a very hard time with this, because it seems to amount to a tacit approval of the institution, and we balk at the idea that God did not consider the institution itself to be immoral.

Part of the problem is that we have false ideas about what slavery was really like. The life of a slave was not easy, but we get an exaggerated idea of the hardships of slavery from watching movies or reading historical material that is written on a popular level. Here the purpose is usually to dramatize the plight of slaves or to make some point about the evils of slavery in general, (1) but the historical reality was less dramatic. In most cases the life of a slave was not much different from the life of any lower-class worker. Those who have been in the military have experienced something like it — being legally bound to an employer and to a job that one cannot simply “quit” at will, not free to leave without permission, subject to discipline if one disobeys or is grossly negligent — all of this is familiar enough to those of us who have served in the military. And yet we know that the daily life of a good soldier is not especially hard. This is what it was like to be a slave.

Another problem is, when thinking about slavery we tend to have in mind the recent slavery of the black race in America, and so the whole subject of slavery gets mixed up with the issue of racism. But in ancient times, slavery was not a.ssociated with any particular race. By condoning slavery the Bible does not approve of racism.

A third reason why modern people have a hard time understanding the Bible’s treatment of slavery is that we often now tend to confuse morality with political values. The modern tendency is to politicize everything, including even the Christian gospel. Moral philosophy or ethics has become so politicized that it seems to be almost a sub-department of political science now, which is why we have seen the rise of an elaborate political correctness in our public life. “Racism,” “s3xism,” “homophobia,” and so on, are the really serious sins under this new morality. Although we all know that people are not really equal, the egalitarian ideology of our time is considered to be of such overriding importance that any slight affront to it is considered sinful, while the principles of ordinary old-fashioned morality are downplayed and even denied. This political correctness is not merely a fad, it is the logical and inevitable result of the politicization of morality, the elaboration of an entirely new morality based upon political ideas of right and wrong.

In recent years the principle of equality has been raised to the status of a theological axiom in liberal churches. This is illustrated by the remarks made by an Episcopal bishop in an interview following his church’s decision to appoint a homos3xual bishop in the Summer of 2003. The “Right Reverend” John Bryson Chane appealed to the egalitarian principle in this manner:

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You thought that proved your point?
 04-29-2013, 07:28 PM         #228
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 ScroogeMcDuck said:
You thought that proved your point?
the ones that get it got my point...obviously you didn't get it...too bad for you
 5 years ago '11        #229
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 whothebestmc said:
So do you believe all s3xual preference is a choice, since you can pluck out the temptation?

Or are you just going to separate the two because it fits your argument?
All s3x is a conscious decision. Everything we do is a conscious decision. We all make a choice to say either yes or no.


I understand it, the spiritual man is not to be judged, the person without the "spirit" may be judged accordingly. That doesn't take away from it being a contradicitory statement and I could point out numerous contradictions that you could try to justify all day if you want, but something tells me that would be futile.
That's not quite it. It's about discernment. The world will not understand what a godly man does because the world doesn't know God.
 5 years ago '12        #230
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 thehammer said:
I just find it sad how many people are afraid to ask questions or find truths because of fear of "hell". I just can't find anything positive in keeping the masses ignorant and in a bubble.
but when conspiracist theorist do it . . . . . . . .
 04-29-2013, 07:29 PM         #231
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 Carlton Black said:
your stupidity & misinterpretations of the scriptures is so fu*kin' annoying...
yo I literally think the age group of most of these people on here are middle school to high school ...the stupidity on this site is mind boggling!
 5 years ago '10        #232
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It's 2013 and people STILL believe religion has all the answers... wow...



Any religion that has more faith-based claims than actual evidence is just bullsh*t rumors and shouldn't be held up as truth.
 5 years ago '04        #233
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thats america in a nut shell.... yet everybody got a Jeebus piece.

Everybody is guilty tho... none of yall are innocent, believe that.
 04-29-2013, 07:31 PM         #234
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 Jinusean said:
It's 2013 and people STILL believe religion has all the answers... wow...



Any religion that has more faith-based claims than actual evidence is just bullsh*t rumors and shouldn't be held up as truth.
it worked from the start of time, and its gonna continue on till the end....doesn't that tell you something
 5 years ago '11        #235
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 YoungRichROy said:
its not a choice...you will become a greater spirit believing in our Almighty god and following the ideals of Christianity. You are not getting ridding yourself of a brain

If you don't believe in God , no ones bashing you

HOWEVER

Don't dare condemn a man for speaking out his beliefs on Christianity
I have no problem in a belief in god. or what you believe. I have a problem with organized religion as an organization attacking people who are just trying to live their lives and be happy and don't effect the religious zealots one way or another. If you have done research, lived a full life and gone through many different experiences to decide you believe in god. Awesome. If you are just to afraid to question sh*t because you will go to hell. I feel sorry for ya.

I know religious people, I know atheists, I know agnostics. Every group has as*holes and cool people. Just prefer the fact that one of those groups doesn't use an ancient book, written from stories that were told way before the book was made (likely the stories being exaggerated more & more every generation) and written by people who never even met jesus, against me in an arguement.
 5 years ago '04        #236
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 eliwood said:
Keep f*ggotS and sports separated please
FIXED.........
 5 years ago '12        #237
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 Carlton Black said:
your stupidity & misinterpretations of the scriptures is so fu*kin' annoying...
I don't know about his misinterpretations, but I know it clearly says in the bible that God created the earth around the same time he created humans, but the existence of dinosaurs millions of years before humans were on this planet clearly contradicts that.

Please explain that away
 5 years ago '04        #238
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 YoungRichROy said:
it worked from the start of time, and its gonna continue on till the end....doesn't that tell you something
That humans haven't really evolved and are still primal beasts.

 04-29-2013, 07:33 PM         #239
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 kenoe212004 said:
FIXED.........

Lil Wayne groupie
 04-29-2013, 07:33 PM         #240
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 TanstA! said:
can't eat ham
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thats america in a nut shell.... yet everybody got a Jeebus piece.

Everybody is guilty tho... none of yall are innocent, believe that.
i'm outta this thread
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