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Bhim

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Bhim last won the day on June 15 2020

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About Bhim

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    Jesus-hating idol worshiper

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    Religion and religious discourse, Hindu/Christian interactions, Christian proselytism, astrophysics, President Trump.
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    I suppose I'm somewhat unorthodox as far as ex-Christians go. I was raised Hindu. In college, specifically in 2004, I gave up my "heathen" ways and converted to evangelical Christianity. Six years later, in 2010 I realized the extent of my foolishness in being a Christian, and returned to Hinduism.

    I am a scientist with a PhD in astrophysics, but have defected from academia to industry. I am also a Trump voter.

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
    Hindu God/gods

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  1. Excellent questions. Let me address them in order. "Does our universe expand in all directions equilaterally?" I'm guessing you meant "equally." Yes, the universe does expand equally in all directions. This is related to the observational principle known as Hubble's Law, which states that the recession velocity of distant galaxies is proportional to their distance from earth. In astrophysics we make this determination using a sort of stepping stone approach. The distance to nearby stars can be determined using the Method of Parallax. The same star, observed six months apart, will a
  2. This isn't one of the debate forums. Since the purpose of ex-C is primarily to encourage ex-Christians, I don't believe you're permitted to post in here. @LogicalFallacy, as the mod who's most familiar with SV, could you take a look at this and see if it's permissible to get him out of this thread?
  3. Hi @Dandilion thanks for sharing all of this. It sounds to me like you've got two issues here: your teenager and your mother (and other adult family members). I can't really speak to the parenting issue, but your teen is a situation that is much more under your control, correct? As to your mother, how often do you really see her? I have a good and healthy relationship with my parents (partly thanks to leaving Christianity), and even I only see them a handful of times a year. Is it really worth it to fight with your mom about this? Maybe it is. I'm genuinely asking. Fina
  4. It just occurred to me that the felony I committed may have been to encourage a minor to vote. Back in my Christian days, most of the geocentrists and flat earthers I ran into online were teenage zealots.
  5. Good god this is the greatest benefit of departing the horrid Christian faith. Once your heart is no longer in it, waking up at the crack of dawn to go to church, followed by "afternoon fellowship" is a genuinely torturous experience. I'm a pretty early riser. Heck, I'm one of those nutjobs who's out jogging at 6 AM in the winter sub-zeroes. But there are few greater joys than sleeping in on a Sunday morning while the Christian fools are outside worshiping their fake deity.
  6. Yeah I definitely speak against the holy ghost too. Because he's not real, and hell is not real. Yes yes, I know. You think my religion isn't real. But my religion doesn't require me to worry about what you think. Jesus, on the other hand, explicitly commands you to care about what I think about him, and to change my opinion. So you're basically stuck here with me. I still can't stop thinking about the unsettling fact that your deity had a male prostitute. That's gross, man...
  7. Um...I'm a pretty avid fan of conservative politics (not trolling here, anyone on ex-C will tell you that I support Trump). This is not a conspiracy hypothesis that I have heard. SV...you're nuts. But you should still go to the polls and vote Trump. I hope I didn't just commit a felony by encouraging the mentally ill to vote. Hold on, you also mock spectator sports as "sportsball?" Hey, we may finally have something in common!
  8. Surely you can do better than this. Resorting to schoolyard taunts clearly implies that Jesus is impotent to sanctify your soul from enslavement to sin. You're dead in your sins. Good thing hell doesn't exist. The male prostitute from Mark 14 makes it pretty clear though that Jesus was not impotent in other respects... (Sorry, couldn't resist)
  9. I decline to do so. But you can feel free to go ahead!
  10. Do you even troll bro? Anyway I'm bored. Send in a real Christian please.
  11. OK I give up. Are you overcompensating due to being a heterosexual fornicator or being gay?
  12. Good for you, but you just violated 1 Corinthians 10:32-33 by telling me that. Furthermore, that wasn't beef you had for dinner. You've got a demon, and he just made you eat human flesh.
  13. Couldn't have put it better myself. But I dunno. On the off chance that this guy is being truthful about his belief in Jesus, I'm fine with keeping him here so I can continue to denigrate his god..
  14. @SilentVoice...can you have your pastor send us a mentally healthy Christian? Not even saying you have to leave. I just want to have someone interesting to debate with.
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