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Atheism Exercise For Christians #1

I am an atheist and an ex-christian, and contrary to what Christians may think about atheists, I willing to accept that the Christian god exists. Although I post this in the Colosseum, I am debating no one specific save for any one Christian that can show me their god exists. But because I have been subject in the past to believing lies as truth, I desire to remove falsehoods, lies, myths, speculation and such and have written the below test as the only way that a Christian may possibly aid my r

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Christians and Christmas

How Should Christians Celebrate the Birth of Christ? First Draft, 12/17/2004 Current Draft, 11/30/2005 -Ben B.     1. Introduction. 2. Arguments. a. Christmas Tree. b. Giving Presents. c. Hanging Stockings on Mantle. d. Santa Claus / St. Nicholas, etc. e. Santa's Reindeer. f. Christmas Eve and Day. g. The Nativity. h. Mistletoe and Yule Log. i. Christmas - what's in a word? 3. Common Rebuttals. a. "You're just being a Scrooge!" b. "Jesus i

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Personal Statement on Faith

1. Belief is the result of the psychological desire that something be true, compensating for the fear that it may not be. The greater the necessity for compensation, the more fanatic the belief. 2. The more fanatic the belief, the more hostile the individual becomes towards those who do not believe or believe otherwise. 3. The whole of theistic religion is a belief-system (1) born of the fear of the unknown, and (2) is participated in, and promoted by, the individual equal to the degree of t

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Quick rant on Christianity

In the world in which we all live, we have the natural, and the supernatural. The natural consists in the observations, examinations, and experiences of who we are and the life that each of us lives. The supernatural, or 'other than natural', consists of that which permeates our minds, absent of the reflections that consist naturally. Very few (scientists, philosophers, etc) take the time to write down what it is they have observed and experienced, unless it is other than 'normal'. The normal re

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The Structure and Necessity of Faith

The Structure and Necessity of Faith Ben B.   There are three, and only three, all-inclusive proofs used for supporting faith on part of the theist. For a person to have faith, he needs Belief, Written Works, and Witnesses.   1. Belief The faithful must believe a set doctrine to be true. It does not matter what this consists of, as long as it is definable. One may choose to believe Christ will return before the great tribulation, or that he will return afterwards. All that matters, is

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De-converting the Christian

De-converting the Christian Ben B.   The goal of christianity is readily observable to anyone who researches history. Every torturous and bloody crusade and inquisition of old, to the less violent and less deadly missionary incursions of today, always completed with fortunes spent on political lobbying to this effect, is testament to how they seek to assimilate every non-believer by force, law, and fear. What they can not achieve forcefully overnight, they reserve themselves to the subtlene

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The Secret Gospel of Steve

The Secret Gospel of Steve. A Satire. 5/14/05 Ben B.     *These apocryphal papyrus fragments were discovered in the caves of Qum'ran. They describe the lost years of Jesus’ life on earth, and subsequent second coming, by the previously unknown Apostle Steve. The Roman Catholic Church has added these fragments to the list of heretical works. -Editor   Chapter I.   The book of the generation of Steve, the son of Mike, whose distant third-cousin twice removed is Jesus the Christ,

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The Sign of the Virgin

The Sign of the Virgin A Satire. 5/12/05 Ben B.   The town of Wayford, population 491, is a quiet rural farming community, where the law is respected and family values are held with the utmost respect. Corn, wheat, pigs, cows, and chickens are the usual produce of the land. Mr. Johnson knows how to plant tomatoes that are the best in the land, it is said. Mrs. Olson still bakes her own bread, compared to no other, and is obliged to make a batch for anyone who asks. Communion has more th

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