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  2. If you apply that argument to France you can probably apply it to Israel and the Jews.... in fact any country couldn't you?
  3. I remember in 6th grade, my teacher said that France did not have a presumption of innocence. So after looking it up, they indeed do... since the 1940s. So I was lied to. More importantly, I came across a much more important question: https://www.quora.com/Does-France-have-a-right-to-exist Oh Google, what would we do if you didn't tell us what we were asking for?
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  5. DevilsCabanaBoy

    Point of no return

    I think some people are happy in their beliefs, but I never got that. It always seems like a shallow happiness.
  6. DarkBishop

    Point of no return

    That whole section that pertains to the subject is in her mind I’m sure. I even brought it up. It also says if the unbelieving Husband is happy to dwell with her then she should stay with him. But if he’s not let them depart. She will not be held under bondage in such cases. So biblically as long as I’m happy to stay with her we are good. DB
  7. Aries256

    Former Christian

    Exactly
  8. DevilsCabanaBoy

    Former Christian

    That's going to take freeing one mind at a time. I guess if you have a quarter of the population waiting on some restoration, alot of mind's are wasted on doing nothing constructive to improve our way of life.
  9. Aries256

    Former Christian

    Oh totally, esp once humanity kicks xtianity and islam into the shitcan where it belongs.
  10. DevilsCabanaBoy

    Former Christian

    I think the human race is going to make it.
  11. Aries256

    Former Christian

    Hahahahaha true true, if not colonizing space stations and other planets
  12. DevilsCabanaBoy

    Former Christian

    If that guy just kept his dick in his pants we'd be alright, we'd probably be travelling into deep space by now.
  13. DevilsCabanaBoy

    Former Christian

  14. Aries256

    Former Christian

    Welcome! Heh yeah family is usually the hard part about ditching the abrahamic nonsense.
  15. DevilsCabanaBoy

    Point of no return

    It's quite amazing you made it work. Do you think this bible verse is in the back of her mind. New International VersionFor the unbelieving husband has been sanctified through his wife, and the unbelieving wife has been sanctified through her believing husband. Otherwise your children would be unclean, but as it is, they are holy.
  16. DarkBishop

    Point of no return

    Basically And I quote “you can find anything on the internet if you want to, it doesn’t mean it’s true”. so basically everything I found. Everything. The history, the forgeries, the history they have discovered evidence for that doesn’t add up with the Bible, the contradictions. It all fake. Every bit of it. So so yeah she is happy believing. She’s not happy with me not believing but that has gotten better. I think she realizes I do still love her. Even without God. DB
  17. DevilsCabanaBoy

    Point of no return

    But is she really happy?
  18. DarkBishop

    Religion, and what it did

    I see it as the same thing just a different doctrine. I’m sure SDA and LDS were considered cults at first. Now they are just religions. I found out after I deconverted that my old church was very cultish in the 50s there is a book that is about to be published about it. I’ll post a link. They are all doing the same thing, using the “word of God” and “the Holy Spirit to control the congregation. https://www.amazon.com/Religion-Fear-Story-Church-Assembly/dp/162190508X/ref=mp_s_a_1_fkmrnull_1?crid=NZKASAS034VZ&keywords=religion+of+fear+by+david+cady&qid=1550546810&s=gateway&sprefix=reigikn+of+fea&sr=8-1-fkmrnull I recommend this book. I haven’t read it yet but I have read some of the interviews and I was astonished. The union assembly is just another religion today tho. As well as the gospel assembly that broke off from it. They have a completely different interpretation of creation than any other Christian church I’ve been in. DB
  19. DarkBishop

    Teen didn't know she was pregnant

    That one is a bit hard to believe. Didn’t develope a bump, kept her period, and obviously never felt the baby move? Sounds like a news weekly report to me. Lol
  20. DarkBishop

    Point of no return

    Nope I think once you see all the information against Christianity like you have there is no believing again. 2 things still boggle my mind. 1. How did I get sucked so deep into a belief that is an obvious lie for so long. 2. When believers are faced with what we now know. How can they keep believing? Or not at least consider the possibility. When I was first seeing all of this I was very open with my wife. She heard everything I was seeing myself. But she is still a believer. Amazingly it is what she saw in her grandfather that keeps her faithful. Not really anything based on fact or proof. Just that she saw what all he lived through and remained faithful. For me someone else’s faith isn’t proof but whatever. It makes her happy, that’s all I can say about that. DB
  21. This is an English speaking site. I'm offended you are speaking in another language. I had to use google translate. My lawyer will be in contact. Ok afternoon humour session over.
  22. They talk about the presumption of innocence, which is important.... except the guy confessed so wouldn't that make him guilty and he should just plead guilty?
  23. Answering the original question. Scholarly research has established that Paul’s Jesus is a Spiritual being not an earthly one. Nothing in Paul’s writing even suggest Paul’s was aware an earthly Jesus ever existed. Paul seems to think Jesus was crucified in the Spiritual realm not on earth. Robert M Price, Richard Carrier, David Fitzgerald, and Hermann Detering are good scholarly resources. These scholars acknowledge there is no historical evidence that either Jesus or Paul ever existed in the flesh. The evidence suggest they were both literary figures not actual people.
  24. http://www.msn.com/en-nz/news/world/i-asked-them-to-take-it-away-teen-wakes-from-coma-to-learn-shes-had-baby/ar-BBTLHiC?li=BBqdg4K Is this possible? I guess weird stuff happens, but to go 9 months not knowing, then go into coma and wake up a mother and be like... how did that happen? Wait... its the second coming of Christ! Praise Jesus, he's returned as promised!
  25. mrspearl

    Timing of telling family and friends

    I moved from Texas to Illinois 10 years ago and haven’t attended church since I moved. My mom has a difficult time with that in itself. I don’t think she could handle knowing I don’t believe the Bible anymore. She doesn’t know I have a tattoo 😉. I see my parents maybe twice a year and conversation is always superficial. I doubt conversation will ever get that deep.
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