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    Almost became a minister. Tried for 40+ years to fit in. Never happened. I became more and more disgruntled.

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    I still believe in God but DONE w/christians

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  1. Keep in mind that this pastor had other health issues. His daughter said, "he had diverticulitis — a digestive condition — and it wasn’t uncommon for him to get fevers and viruses." Another even bigger problem is that he was a delusional Pentecostal. Hey Robert, I've been inactive here for a while but since I 'once again' have had another bad experience with 'church' or more accurately Christians, I came up with the very thought that I'm a Christian Atheist. Is that a contradiction or contra-distinction? I still believe in the big guy, I just find the bible untrustworthy and fully tampered with. Since I can't stand Christians - (especially Trinitarians, Calvinist and Pentecostals), or MOST Christians anymore, I bought a book by James McDonald called, "Beyond belief - Two thousand years of bad faith in the Christian Church." I think everyone who calls themselves 'Christian' today needs to read it. I would ask the moderators to eventually remove the "Authentic Christian Believer" logo from my avatar.
  2. Before William Cooper was murdered, I'm pretty sure he predicted this virus would come. He also predicted another virus on top of this one and anthrax would come in February or March of 2021.
  3. Muslim's have murdered between 250-270 million people since it began far out-doing Christianity. These days Islam is bent on world domination through violence whereas Christianity has snapped out of it.
  4. No, it's just that "Facts don’t stop being facts because some bonehead disagrees with them or doesn’t believe them."
  5. Muslim's killed more civilians in two hours on September 11th (2977) than in the 26 years of sectarian conflict in Northern Ireland (2236).
  6. There may not be any documented proof of that but from an experience standpoint I'm going to agree.
  7. There's a balance of gravity on earth. There's more than just one 'pull' that keeps things in precise working order. The sun and moon affects several things to make our existence on earth a wonderful place, and so that we don't spontaneously explode. You just have a stick up your butt causing you to not see it. My burrito proves that it took more than the mind of bot fly to create trillions of galaxies, or my burrito. The birds and the bees? If a bird shits on your head that proves three things. 1. Gravity. 2. The big guy created birds that defy gravity. 3. Your head is full of shit. Scientist are USUALLY wrong. There's no galaxy heading on a collision course with the milky way. When the big guy is in reconstruction mode he uses whatever means available to him, like asteroids, and numbskulls like you, to destroy a lesser thing in order to create a better more refined thing. The big guy used asteroids, volcano's, and earthquakes to dismantle and consume the lesser thing, to make more beautiful impressive things like fools like you and I who can make burritos. Amazing-Hubble-Image-of-Spiral-Galaxy-NGC-7331-777X581
  8. What goes up doesn't always come down, it depends how far up it goes. My burrito proves intelligent design, gravity proves intelligent design. The big guy developed the formula, we discovered it.
  9. That's the typical answer people get who disagree. Ever think of the possibility that disagreement's are the result of understanding?
  10. I don't believe in evolution. It has more holes that car with hit with 100 rounds of 00 buck. Good things don't emerge from accidents.
  11. I watched the first minute and 30 seconds and hit the stop button. There were no human beings on earth in 40,000 BC! I may watch the rest of it sometime but as of now, his first couple minutes tells me this guy is way off the mark.
  12. Actually it's quite the opposite. I don't think there's any concrete evidence who or where pre-trib started. The teaching is incredibly complicated and endlessly fabricated. Back in the 60's and 70's it was being taught like crazy. As people began investigating its claims, several contradictions were exposed. Since then, with every new fabrication that surfaced to cover up those contradictions, more and more fabricated nonsense was required to cover them up. It's the most widely held, fabricated, deceitful teaching Christians believe today.
  13. Mathew 24:34 doesn't imply 'much shorter.' There's no doubt the generation Jesus was referring to was the generation of people who saw the events PASS that he previously mentioned between V. 3-33. Predicting the end of the world has been an obsession in almost all of Christianity's sects. The JW'S predicted it several times, 1874, 1914, 1918, and 1925. Then what I think has really thrown people into an end of the world tantrum is those who try to figure out Daniel's 70th week. So many Christians are preoccupied with it. The worse of all are those who are obsessed with pre-trib. There's a bunch of those fools on Youtube, "rapture and moment," - "rapture any second," - "Rapture imminent," - "Blood moon next week, rapture imminent." One pre-trib fool/pastor puts out as many as 3 videos a day and gets about 4,000 views within a day. This is the way I look at it..... What will be the sign of "end of the world?" That was the question posed to Jesus in Mathew 24:3, and what prompted that question was Jesus' comment, "See ye not all these things? verily I say unto you, there shall not be left here one stone upon another, that shall not be thrown down." We have to look at what words they used to figure out what they're asking. Mathew 24 has 3 different words for 'end' and three different words for 'world' in it, and the word 'world' is a really bad translation of 'aion' which is a 'time period'. 'End' in verse three is better understood as a completion or consummation, i.e. the completion of a/this time period. The Preterist view is ridiculous. They know the 'age' began in 33AD but say it ended in 70AD. The futurist view is more accurate as long as pre-trib is taken out of it. So Jesus responded by saying, "Take heed that no man deceive you." Then went on to give over a dozen signs that preceede the completion of the time period. That 'time period' is the time period the gospel would be preached and then done with. V. 14. So what's the end of that time period? It's believed the earth will outlive it's usefullness in 7,000 years. The time period after this one ends last 1,000 years, called the millennium. We are approaching the end of 6,000 years since Adam which means this age is soon to end. According to that thinking, the end will come no sooner than 2030, and no later than 2043. My GUESS is 2033. Did Jesus give us any definite sign to look for that triggers the end? Maybe. He said, "See ye not all these things? verily I say unto you, there shall not be left here one stone upon another, that shall not be thrown down." There's still one stone standing upon one another. When the Western Wall falls, that's when the defecation hits the rotating oscillator.
  14. The word 'coming' in Mathew 16:28 is a snafu of a translation. 'Coming' is the word "erchomai" and is better translated 'GO." erchomai is also translated GO in several places. ...till they see the Son of man 'GO' in his kingdom. That's referring to the ascension where Jesus returns into the kingdom of heaven. When he returns Jesus can't COME into his kingdom because he's returning to establish it. He's not returning into a kingdom already established.
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