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duderonomy last won the day on October 29 2018

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  1. Blah blah blah blah blah. You have a Bible so why 'suppose' anything? According to the Bible Adam and Eve were created in God's image, and they were perfect, innocent, and had no concept of sin. We've been through this before. In the Bible it was Biblegod that cursed Adam and Eve, the earth and God knows what else. There was no "potential" for human nature, there was human nature because Bible god created it...and then cursed it. Vague esoteric thoughts, wishful thinking, suppositions and other such can't take the place of the Bible if you are arguing from a Chr
  2. I don't think that's the point End, that's exactly the point. In fact, it's the ONLY point. The rest is chaff, counter measures, projection, excuses, rationalizations, and fear. If God is almighty and going to 'cast' me into Hell, or if I'm going to be 'saved' and go to Heaven in your particular religious scenario, who cares? Nothing I can do about it. Choices have been made, paths determined, and outcomes decided before I was conceived and in fact, before Adam and Eve were conceived, blah blah blah... But if Biblegod crea
  3. End, you stupid douche nozzle, I ain't passing a plate for you but you're right, this shit ain't free. Ignorance like yours is expensive. Luke 6 supports this, and 'you think' you can paraphrase Paul the Apostle and make his salient and majestic point match your idiot musings? You call this rambling stream of consciousness disjointed bullshit a sermon? There's going to be a kicker all right. The one where Jesus and the Apostles kick your ass for calling yourself a Christian while puking up this sissy pablum crap and calling it a sermon. You'll be shitting
  4. Prof, I just re-read through the post I made where I responded in green. I admit that I've grown sloppy in my arguments. So much of what I said was rhetorical, and I'm sorry you and maybe others missed that. I'm sure some got my point. If common animals that are known can become 'gods', then why can't common spirits that are known become 'gods'? I posit that the fact that spirits have for thousands of years and by many divers peoples and cultures been seen as gods shows that spirits are as common in the environment as animals are IF the idea of gods comes from the environmen
  5. LoFall, The Prof and I and a couple of other adults are discussing stuff here right now. Take your Thor and Loki action figures and go play in your room until bedtime ok?
  6. I said, "The link you provided showed nothing. I could use it to 'show' that I am correct just as quickly as you could use it to show that you are correct. Useless stuff." Prof, I still miss the old board style. We could quote the whole post...what was said plus the reply. Now we just get the reply and it gets disjointed sometimes. At least that's my observation. What do you think? But anyway, if there was nothing to show, as in definitive proof, maybe it was because it was a link to Google search results? You aren't going to rely on such a thing as some kind of a p
  7. Sorry Prof, I should have just quoted your post all at once. But anyway... Which instruments and which experiments did science use in order to show that they didn't find anything non-physical? That is, beyond the physical instruments and the physical experiments they used to try to find something that isn't physical of course. You must realize that many things 'make their way' into religions and beliefs, right? So that discredits everything? How many silly ideas or things make their way into the realms of science, and do those things then discredit the whole of scienc
  8. The link you provided showed nothing. I could use it to 'show' that I am correct just as quickly as you could use it to show that you are correct. Useless stuff.
  9. I tried to shoe-horn what into a discussion about what?
  10. Thanks for the prayer, brother End3. I must say that your sincere prayer has already been partially answered! I have grace for that person. It will still be a cold day in Hell though when I'll have a relationship with her if she's going to be so pissy at the drop of a sandal. I know you were joking about passing the plate, but you know that no pastor is going to pass the plate while the congregation is holding hymnals and singing and wondering "what's wrong with verse three? Why not verse three?".
  11. Elephants exist by every standard of science. That's true, but does Science™ have a standard by which to study spirits? If Science™ doesn't think spirits are real, it won't go looking and I don't think it ever has. So science isn't where one would expect to find the answers about spirits, right? Nonetheless, both elephants and spirits made their way into religion. Maybe you and VerbosityCat are correct and it is because of environment, but that just reinforces my point that spirits must exist in the environment around us.
  12. Really, your argument is reduced to this? And don't call me Shirley.
  13. As I understand it ( I admit I could be very wrong), the Water Buffalo is not worshiped in the Hindu religion because it has something to do with death. It carries the god that rounds up the dead or something. In full disclosure, I kind of knew this but I took a two minute Google tour anyway and that's all the time it gets tonight. So anyway yeah, the mighty buffalo is there in Hinduism and has its own back story and everything. Anyway the point is that the buffalo factors into Hindu religion because it is there in the environment just as spirits factor in to so many religio
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