Lordofnuts | Feb 8, 2013
Sceptical_Mal | Feb 8, 2013
Punisher | Feb 8, 2013
FreeChic | Feb 8, 2013
Cisco Kid | Feb 8, 2013
FreeChic wrote:You really have to wonder what goes on in the mind of someone who starts a thread such as this! Sad or what? -par five
Troth for Leogere | Feb 8, 2013
Lordofnuts wrote:<quoted text>This is who inspired this thread.http://m.topix.com/forum/religion/christian/T... By the way you should charge a little something. If you look hard enough you should be able to find someone to pay what your worth!
Troth for Leogere wrote:<quoted text>gee.. i've heard that line somewhere.. hmmmm, maybe about YOU'RE thread starts?
Punisher wrote:Alle-F'n-luia..!George Carlin on Religion.http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Lordofnuts wrote:<quoted text>Thanks that was great! Laughing out loud is good for ya. I just now had time to watch it. His opinion of sun and prayer is brilliant. I was a little worried at the end when he said his leg cramped and then after a pause said his ballz were hurting! LOL
Cisco Kid wrote:<quoted text>Really?Then you should be able to answer the question.Who wears the pants in Troth and Jays relationship?I'm able to pay what you're worth.How do I get the two cents to you?
par five | Feb 8, 2013
Job | Feb 9, 2013
Lordofnuts | Feb 9, 2013
Cisco Kid wrote:<quoted text>Brilliant, huh?Just after George's balls and leg cramps got worse his heart blew up.Nothing like alcohol and opiates to screw somebody up.He burnt his brain up and they burnt up his body.One can only guess where his soul resides now.Better he than me.......
Job wrote:Ironically, I consider myself a fundamentalist, but don't identify with any of these.One might make a case with #4, but even that one is seriously flawed. For one, what would be the difference between the fundamentalist view of eternity, versus one with a liberal form of religion (whatever that may be) who also believe in an eternal separation from God (based on a sliding scale of leading a relatively moral life, etc.)? Unless this is answered, #4 is 'moot'.And even if one is an atheist or agnostic, it doesn't mean they are more 'inclusive'. There are certainly atheists and agnostics who are ultra elitists that won't hand out the time of day to just anyone. In other words...snobs. They may not believe in an afterlife, but their whole level of tolerance (and the lack thereof) can be summed up on terra-firma.And you know how it goes as far as life having it's strange twists. Just like a fundamentalist Christian might have their life saved by an atheist, the same holds true the other way around.But a lot of these quotes merely use "paint brush" exaggerations that can be placed on anyone. For instance, I don't 'laugh' at polytheists or Hindus. There may be 'some' fundamentalist somewhere in the world who laugh at them, just as there are probably some atheists who laugh at them. The irony to quotes like #10, 8, 7, and 6 is that they apply just as much to atheists as anyone else. The atheist is no crusader of justice for polytheists, Hindus, Muslims, etc. (the word 'patronization' comes to mind). And with all of the "lol's, lmao's, etc. I see here; it seems that many atheists do a lot of laughing at those who don't hold to 'their' (tolerant..lol) viewpoint.Now #1 gets the grand "booby" prize. That is, unless one is willing to roll a huge boulder-like asterix next to it. Number "1" only applies to a minority of vocal/activist atheists who were often Bible students, ministers, theology professors; often turned atheists, who 'naturally' will know more than say, a new convert who never read the Bible prior to conversion. And to even make such a comparison would be highly questionable for the one making it.
Cisco Kid | Feb 9, 2013
Lordofnuts wrote:<quoted text>You must have posted this the same time as me and I missed it. Kid I may have been wrong about you! LOL.. My post stands, it was brilliant and laugh out loud funny. He was an award winning stand up comedian, what did you expect? Let see, he made a living making fun of the ridiculous bible god and called him out on stage with a standing ovation from thousands of people and what happened? Nothing!!! The leg cramp and ballz hurting was a joke. He walked of the stage laughing! He was old, gray and looked to be at least 70 years old. So you think god allowed him to mock religion for 70 years, then teach him a lesson by letting him die of natural causes? What a perfect opportunity for god to strike him down on stage when he asked for it but a myth can't strike down anything!Why was it brilliant for him to worship the sun? The sun was the original god! The only god out of almost 3,000 gods worthy of worship! The sun gives life and without it we all die. The bible mythology is littered with remnants of pagan sun worship.The sun makes a yearly descent southward until December 21 or 22, the winter solstice, when it stops moving southerly for three days and then starts to move northward again. During this time, people back then believed that "God's sun" had "died" for three days and was "born again" on December 25. After December 25, the Sun moves 1 degree, this time north, foreshadowing longer days. And thus it was said, the Sun died on the zodiac cross, was dead for 3 days, only to be resurrected or born again. The sun's "followers" or "disciples" are the 12 months and the 12 signs of the zodiac or constellations, through which the sun must pass annually. I would say the reflection of the sun has no trouble walking on water every day! LOLDon't worry about were old Carl went when he died because we all go to the same place. The only way he saw any flame action is if they cremated him and I promise he didn't feel a thing! An immortal soul was created for religious mythology. When your brain dies completely (not nearly) its lights out and game over!
Lordofnuts wrote:<quoted text> Okay don't even know were to start with this? I'm not familiar with your posts but I think this is a serious reply??? So you think your a fudie but this list isn't representative of your beliefs? There is no edit button but I could improve on it some.Lets just take it from the top. Do you deny all these gods: Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, Hera, Demeter, Hestia, Athena, Apollo, Artemis, Aphrodite, Hermes, Dionysus, Hephaestus, Ares, Jupiter, Neptune, Pluto (or Dis), Juno, Ceres, Vesta, Minerva, Apollo, Diana, Venus, Mercury, Bacchus, Vulcan, Mars, Odin, Frigg, Thor, Freyr, Freyja, Baldr, Loki, Tyr, Heimdall, Njord, Ra, Amun, Osiris, Isis, Nephthys, Set, Horus, Anubis, Bast, Hathor, Thoth, Ma'at and the rest of the 2800 plus gods that I don't want to type out here?
Romans Road | Feb 9, 2013
Romans Road wrote:I consider it a great honor to be a fundamentalist Christian.......which is someone who holds to the fundamentals of the Christian faith. My Independent Fundamental Bible Believing beliefs are in line with the original apostles' teachings and early church model.Who would want to be a worthless worldly "Christian"? There is something wrong with a Christian if people can't tell the difference between you and the world. The Holy Bible is clear that we are to be separate.(2 Corinthians 6:17)But the most important thing is:Do you know that Heaven will be your home if you were to die right now?http://www.swordofthelord.com/salvation.php
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