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The Sin Of Cynicism (Copied From The Main Blog)

The Sin of Cynicism 4/06/2011 By agnosticator ~   The Greek word translated as “Sin” in the Bible is “hamartano”, literally meaning "to miss the mark." Just what is the mark that is missed? The New Testament says the first couple “missed the mark” and we all are blamed for it:     Romans 5:12:   "Therefore, just as sin entered the world through one man, and death through sin, and in this way death came to all people, because all sinned—     Romans 5:18:   Consequently, jus

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A Blueprint For The Cults (Copied From The Main Blog)

A Blueprint for the Cults 3/18/2011 By Agnosticator ~   It can easily be argued (and I am) that American religious cults owe the New Testament for their existence because it contains a blueprint for the cults. The believer is told to focus upon doing God's will, while surrendering his own will, family, and all worldly possessions to God. Next he must separate himself from the "world" by living in a community of believers (see Mt.19:21, 1Thess.3:14, 1Cor.5:9-13, lCor.6:l). So why are we cont

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Enough Is Enough (Copied From The Main Blog)

Enough is enough 2/22/2011 By agnosticator ~   In October, 1991, two young boys were killed when a tire from a truck driving in the opposite direction flew off, bouncing over the median, and through the front of a school bus full of fourth graders in Miami, Florida.   Was this an accident or God's will? Was it coincidence or God's plan? If we believe God intervenes supernaturally to save us from accidents, disease, natural disasters, even crime, what about those who suffer and die? Doesn'

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A High Tolerance For Absurdity (Copied From The Main Blog)

A High Tolerance for Absurdity 2/08/2011 By agnosticator ~   I know a woman who is kind and cheerful, and has never shared her Christian faith with me. I respected her due to this, until recently. I overheard her raise her voice in an unholy manner while repeating the word "atheist", as if it was the dirtiest word in the English language! Her loving-kindness morphed into venomous hatred that shocked me. Christian compassion must have taken a sudden vacation.   But I shouldn't have been sur

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Without Hell, There Is No Heaven (Copied From The Main Blog: Http://new.exchristian.net/search/?q=Agnosticator&submit.x=6&submit.y=16)

Without Hell there is no Heaven 12/31/2010 By Agnosticator ~   The Bible is considered to be the Good Book, and the Gospel Truth. We swear an oath in court with one hand on a Bible, and have as our motto, "In God We Trust". God is agreed to be the God of the Bible, particularly the New Testament. Many Americans also believe the Bible is to be taken literally, even though a story of human sacrifice linked with another story about the first human couple seems mythological rather than historica

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The Arrogance Of Faith (Copied From The Main Blog)

9/27/2009 The Arrogance of Faith by agnosticator   Once again, I am reminded of the primary difference between a "true" Christian and the rest of us. Here is a quote from a Christian in the forums:   "Christians are capable of greater levels of love than unbelievers. Not because of who we are; but because of God's work in our hearts."     This is an example of a common belief shared exclusive to be

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The Ten Suggestions (Copied From The Main Blog)

7/20/2009 THE TEN SUGGESTIONS By agnosticator     Most Christians in America agree that THE TEN COMMANDMENTS are the pinnacle of morality and think they should be displayed or read at every opportunity. If we all obeyed or valued them, our country would be moral and crime free! At least this is what they seem to saying. But do they realize there are two other sets of THE TEN COMMANDMENTS they ignore ? One version differs considerably with their preferred set, and is f

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What's Love Got To Do With It? (Copied From The Main Blog)

5/17/2009 0 Comments What's love got to do with it? By Agnosticator     Christians have a lot to say about their love for God, and that God loves them abundantly. They claim to have a special love relationship nonbelievers cannot ever have. What does it mean to love God? Before we can answer this, we need to know what love is. Any dictionary will probably define it as being "a deep feeling of affection or attachment to another person (or even an animal) we value". The

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A Fool For Christ (Copied From The Main Blog)

4/29/09 A FOOL FOR CHRIST Sent in by Agnosticator   When I was 17 and naive, the Christians came knocking upon the door of my mind, persuading me to join the ship of fools for Christ. I thought we were embarking upon an upward journey to the city where the streets are paved with gold. Reality dictated otherwise. My journey did an about face when I realized the streets are paved with pyrite, or fool's gold!

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