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nobodyyouknow

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About nobodyyouknow

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    I'm a Christian

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
    God - yahweh
  1. We don't always interpret our experiences correctly or objectively Look you stupid fucking cow, don't you DARE come in here and tell us how to interpret our experiences. I'm sick and fucking tired of the likes of you minimising and dismissing the nasty shit people go through because of christianity. I spent three hours crying yesterday because another stupid christian fucktard thinks he knows my heart and mind better than I do. I have been out of the church since 2005, even after seven years three sentences from someone I thought was a friend can reduce me to a point where I don't want to be
  2. We don't always interpret our experiences correctly or objectively Look you stupid fucking cow, don't you DARE come in here and tell us how to interpret our experiences. I'm sick and fucking tired of the likes of you minimising and dismissing the nasty shit people go through because of christianity. I spent three hours crying yesterday because another stupid christian fucktard thinks he knows my heart and mind better than I do. I have been out of the church since 2005, even after seven years three sentences from someone I thought was a friend can reduce me to a point where I don't want to be
  3. The OP brought it up but no and no. She doesn't have an agenda. She is the one who created this thread so that we can help her. I don't have a problem with Lilith so don't deflect this onto her. Now are you going to back up your assertions? If you feel like you painted yourself into a corner then the right thing to do is admit you might have been mistaken. If you are going to ignore the points raised here then it just looks like you are both wrong and too proud to admit it. How many years have you sat in church? Of those years how many times have you heard a pastor say that it doesn
  4. There are no rules about Christians posting in here - only that they don't preach. >>1. I didn't say RULES - I said GUIDELINES. from http://www.ex-christian.net/forum/8-ex-christian-life/ You are not an ex-christian, ergo you have no experience in dealing with these issues upon deconversion. You have not walked in our shoes. 2. You are in fact proselytizing/preaching/promoting your religion in a round-about, backdoor way, vis a vis your statements of us of being biased because of our experience, someone else's so-called 80 years of experience that says fund
  5. Why don't you stop making this thread about me - we can go back to the topic at hand. If you need to, you can private message me with the questions that are nothing to do with the thread. I will not PM you. My question is relevant to not only this thread, but to all sections of these forums that are designed for ex-christians. I want you to tell all of us ex-christians here how you -- as a current christian -- think you are qualified to post in any thread in a section that the guidelines clearly state is set up for ex-christians to discuss ex-christian life. There are no
  6. What a load of bullshit! Are oncologists "biased" against tumors due to all of their years of training? Maybe the next cancer tumor will be nice but the oncologist is too biased to give it a chance. Christianity is cancer of the mind. After over 40 years of attending church I have some experience to draw upon. You can't compare the two.. only I guess you did. Who are you to tell me what I can or can't compare? I know more about Christianity than any other subject. This is because when I should have been studing some other subject I studied the Bible instead. I didn'
  7. You must have missed this part: ETA: And once again you are making someone else's thread all about you by posting again and again ad-nauseam. PS -- You didn't answer my direct question regarding your posting in this section "to discuss how ex-Christians have dealt with family members, replaced the church as a place of community, reactions of your family, friends, church, acquaintances upon learning of the de-conversion, or anything else relevant to the Ex-Christian Life." Have you de-converted and are now an Ex-Christian? Why don't you stop making this thread about m
  8. How do YOU know that? There are numerous reasons an ex-christian may still be going to church. Lots of ex-christians still go to church. "Keeping the peace" is one reason many ex-christian spouses still attend church with their families. Many younger people still attend church because of parental rules and/or pressure. Ah, but will any of those christians do that? Many of us on this website had "friends" (and even family) who will no longer socialize with us or acknowledge us. We are pariah to many. From many christian's viewpoints, we're scary! If losing faith happ
  9. Not biased. Experienced. I stayed in church for about a year and a half after leaving Christianity. I still have to go occasionally. biased because of your experience. What a load of bullshit! Are oncologists "biased" against tumors due to all of their years of training? Maybe the next cancer tumor will be nice but the oncologist is too biased to give it a chance. Christianity is cancer of the mind. After over 40 years of attending church I have some experience to draw upon. You can't compare the two.. only I guess you did. Experience does not always equal fact.
  10. We don't always interpret our experiences correctly or objectively
  11. But will they agree to meet her, we all very much doubt, from experience! From your own experience with the people you are talking about? Or are you projecting your past experiences on to people you haven't even met yet? (the people who would or wouldn't meet her)
  12. A conclusion drawn from experience or fact isn't an unfounded bias. It is reasonable. It is reasonable someone would not recommend going back to church based on their own experiences. Of course they may not be objective.
  13. Hurting people's feelings has nothing to do with it. You aren't going to church because you aren't a christian. And there are plenty of other places to meet up with people outside of the church.
  14. Not biased. Experienced. I stayed in church for about a year and a half after leaving Christianity. I still have to go occasionally. biased because of your experience.
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