Chris Broussard Ethers The Breakfast Club While DJ Envy Reveals Himself To Be A B*tch (video)

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 5 years ago '04        #41
psylence2k 59 heat pts59
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 Tecnique said:
Then why follow it.

If half of it is complete bullsh*t, why should any of it be taken seriously.

because some people choose to believe in a higher being and some of those same people
decided to believe that this higher being articulated his message and vision for humanity
into this doctrine/book. Those people tried it out and from the experience of trying it out,
found something they now view and feel is a truth.

You say it's illogical but isn't the rationale of thinking that an omniscient all powerful higher
being who is the creator of all things being limited to the restraints of something he created
himself kind of illogical in itself ?? If you acknowledge or choose to believe that initially it's
possible for a "God" to exist isn't it kind of irrational to think his articulation of something is
limited to scientific restraints ??

Science is a field based off human observation where inaccurate findings and flawed truths
have been discovered in the past, present, and will continue to do so in the future. Is this really a system where you confidently feel you can conclusively determine the articulation,
intention, accuracy, and existence of a omniscient all powerful higher being that theoretically
created the entire universe and everything in it ?? Isn't that kind of illogical ??


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 5 years ago '08        #42
GrownmanJ 21 heat pts21
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 psylence2k said:
because some people choose to believe in a higher being and some of those same people
decided to believe that this higher being articulated his message and vision for humanity
into this doctrine/book. Those people tried it out and from the experience of trying it out,
found something they now view and feel is a truth.

You say it's illogical but isn't the rationale of thinking that an omniscient all powerful higher
being who is the creator of all things being limited to the restraints of something he created
himself kind of illogical in itself ?? If you acknowledge or choose to believe that initially it's
possible for a "God" to exist isn't it kind of irrational to think his articulation of something is
limited to scientific restraints ??

Science is a field based off human observation where inaccurate findings and flawed truths
have been discovered in the past, present, and will continue to do so in the future. Is this really a system where you confidently feel you can conclusively determine the articulation,
intention, accuracy, and existence of a omniscient all powerful higher being that theoretically
created the entire universe and everything in it ?? Isn't that kind of illogical ??
 5 years ago '07        #43
pete jr 5 heat pts
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Chris handled his self really well in that interview. Envy is wack for waitng until Chris was off the line to make that comment
 5 years ago '12        #44
TrillSwag 3 heat pts
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And thats the difference between n*ggas that go to college and n*ggas that dont.
CThaGod and Envy kept trying to set him up with cheap a.ss questions.
He kept him calm and k!lled every answer and made em look dumb.
 5 years ago '10        #45
Trill Livin 69 heat pts69
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Envy a hoe for that
 5 years ago '04        #46
BrBHZ 9 heat pts
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 psylence2k said:
except he didn't try to prove the bible was scientifically factual.

He just proved that he wasn't contradictory or hypocritical in his beliefs

Alot of you non-religious/atheist people in here come off extremely bitter
doesn't make it any less silly
 05-02-2013, 12:24 PM         #47
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Ethers?

How the fu*k is quotin Bible verses ether?
 5 years ago '09        #48
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it wouldve been funny if broussard was still on the line when envy's bi*ch a.ss made that comment

Envy: He put me to sleep


Broussard: Excuse me?


Envy:
 5 years ago '12        #49
TrillSwag 3 heat pts
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^^^Lmao!
 5 years ago '07        #50
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 SteveSS said:

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 5 years ago '05        #51
MemphBleek05 54 heat pts54
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 pete jr said:
Chris handled his self really well in that interview. Envy is wack for waitng until Chris was off the line to make that comment
Envy was obviously feeling guilty. Probably got salty off of that "17 years, no cheating" comment, especially with that Erica Mena business out there.
 05-02-2013, 12:31 PM         #52
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 hood135 said:
Nah, he ethered everybody on BXSC who called him a fear mongering, homophobic, ignoramus. Basically, everybody on here who got sensitive like Envy after he said what he had to say the other day.
Well then I guess that excludes me then
 5 years ago '04        #53
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 psylence2k said:

Science is a field based off human observation where inaccurate findings and flawed truths
have been discovered in the past, present, and will continue to do so in the future.
Is this really a system where you confidently feel you can conclusively determine the articulation,
intention, accuracy, and existence of a omniscient all powerful higher being that theoretically
created the entire universe and everything in it ?? Isn't that kind of illogical ??
not illogical at all its actually quite the opposite.

You're missing the point of what the scientific method and science in generaldoes.

Its a process that allows and encourages discovery. The idea is that you make a discovery. Hope that people find falsities in it so you can use the scientific method or previously found facts to get rid of them so that you can to find the "truth" or verify that discovery, and in some cases get another idea about how the world works.

Religion for the most part, has all the answers, and doesn't want you to question anything. Which is why you get people taking the interpretations of a "higher being(s) articulated message and vision for humanity" and running with it as fact, with no thought about its validity.

to me, Thats illogical.
 5 years ago '04        #54
psylence2k 59 heat pts59
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 BrBHZ said:
doesn't make it any less silly


but who was discussing whether it was silly or not ?? People talk about it's annoying when bible thumpers shove religion down peoples' throats but some of you non-religious/atheists on here are just as bad because you're doing the exact same thing by trying to force your own ideology into the mix, shyt makes you look no worse than the bible thumpers cuz either way you come off as annoying and bitter as shyt.

If you think people dont want to hear how much someone believes in the bible, then why would you a.ssume they want to hear how much someone else doesn't believe in the bible ??

 5 years ago '04        #55
BrBHZ 9 heat pts
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 psylence2k said:


but who was discussing whether it was silly or not ?? People talk about it's annoying when bible thumpers shove religion down peoples' throats but some of you non-religious/atheists on here are just as bad because you're doing the exact same thing by trying to force your own ideology into the mix, shyt makes you look no worse than the bible thumpers cuz either way you come off as annoying and bitter as shyt.

If you think people dont want to hear how much someone believes in the bible, then why would you a.ssume they want to hear how much someone else doesn't believe in the bible ??

Im not an Atheist or Religious. I think they are equally as silly. They are all ideologies that claim to have answers that we dont.

you could get that from reading my personal response to your post. or you could read a short sentence and a.ssume.


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 5 years ago '10        #56
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Chris came through like a professional in that interview.

You don't have to agree with Christianity, but its hard not to respect the man for not talking out of his as*hole like most people do (about anything in general).

If you can state an opinion or support a belief with a logical reasoning, I can respect you. If not, then you're a confused individual.
 5 years ago '04        #57
abstractq 5 heat pts
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respect for broussard

I'm not christian but i agree with his basic premise

When you sin, you're supposed to be ashamed, not all open about it. Collins being all open about it basically means hes just ignoring that part of the Bible
 5 years ago '06        #58
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 RAWshadTX said:
Say what you want about Chris, but he handled the entire conversation very well. Whether you agree with the Bible or not, he does and he used example of what he believes and defended himself in a sensible manner. I'm bit sure where you can attack the man on what he believes. Didn't even sound like he was on an anti-gay rant.

As far as Envy goes... Yeah, I have no idea why he waited till he hung up to say something, but that was a bi*ch move right there. Why couldn't he say what he wanted while he was still on the phone?
 thatsmygoat said:
dude came with the Scriptures tho when they hit him with the Old Testament law nonsense lmao.


he was measured and reasonable. cant call him a bigot by any stretch
 UpTownBronx92 said:
Just got a lotta respect for Chris
 Hovi Bryant said:
Chris came through like a professional in that interview.

You don't have to agree with Christianity, but its hard not to respect the man for not talking out of his as*hole like most people do (about anything in general).

If you can state an opinion or support a belief with a logical reasoning, I can respect you. If not, then you're a confused individual.
 5 years ago '04        #59
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 BrBHZ said:
not illogical at all its actually quite the opposite.

You're missing the point of what the scientific method and science in generaldoes.

Its a process that allows and encourages discovery. The idea is that you make a discovery. Hope that people find falsities in it so you can use the scientific method or previously found facts to get rid of them so that you can to find the "truth" or verify that discovery, and in some cases get another idea about how the world works.

Religion for the most part, has all the answers, and doesn't want you to question anything. Which is why you get people taking the interpretations of a "higher being(s) articulated message and vision for humanity" and running with it as fact, with no thought about its validity.

to me, Thats illogical.

because religion is based on the premise that an omniscient all powerful being who created everything related to your existence should obviously know the answers and therefore is sharing them with you. Though religion still allows you to question because it depicts a "God" who gives you free will, to choose to believe or not to believe what he's telling you.

Just like If the builder/creator of a oven told a child that he shouldn't touch the stove or else he'll get burned. Thing is God created that oven but still allows you to touch that stove if you want. Though he gave you the answer on how not to get burned, it's your choice to accept it. You can question, you can choose, and you can act. That's all allowed by religion, but you don't get to create your own consequences theoretically.

Science basically trains you to not believe anyone else's opinion on the stove until you've observed it yourself, but just because you haven't made the observation yourself doesn't mean the person who's telling you it'll burn you is wrong.

Assuming that he is wrong , just because you haven't seen it yourself, is well like I said, Illogical.
 5 years ago '04        #60
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whats a god to a non believer, who don't believe in anything......



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