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About Volt

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  • Birthday 02/07/1994

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    I have two ferrets and a bearded dragon

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
  1. I haven't been here in forever! Hi everybody!

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    2. Lilith666


      And nice to meet you! (I joined in 2012, so we may not have run into each other before.)

    3. LogicalFallacy


      Hi, nice meeting you. Welcome back.

    4. Volt


      I was never a very frequent poster, just a big ole lurker, but it's nice to see this place is still active!

  2. Hi, all! I've always held an interest in mythology of all kinds, especially when I was a kid and into the Greek stories. Right now I'm working on a personal writing project that focuses on the Christian and Germanic inspirations in a certain video game... But then I realized I know next to nothing about Christian stories or theology! I decided to ask here since I don't want to accidentally stumble upon apologist books, I just want to read about it in an objective way. Does anyone know of any books out there that simply explain Christian theology and/or mythological-type stuff (angels, etc)? Th
  3. Thanks! I mostly just lurk around here, but even then it's not as often as I used to. Religion was not really a major part of my childhood at all, but I thought I'd just share the important parts here.
  4. When I was a young kid, I'm not sure if I ever truly "believed" in my family's religion (Christianity), but rather I thought that everyone knew about God and Jesus and all that, because that's just how it was in our world. My parents believe in God, but didn't really FORCE it on us, and we never went to church. The most Christianity that I got was when I went to my grandparents' house and my grandmother told me Bible stories before bed. I now consider myself very lucky to have been raised with minimal religion in my life, but at the time I didn't know. However, I have ALWAYS found the attitude
  5. The service at my grandmother's funeral was all about Jesus and hardly at all about her. sigh. She wasn't even a hardcore Christian or anything; according to Mom, she had a sort of blend of Christian (from moving to America) and Buddhist (from her life in Thailand and Laos) beliefs.

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    2. Volt


      Thanks, and yeah. Most of the service was in Laos (the language), so I didn't understand most of it, but my mom had the same complaints that i did, so I'm assuming that they didn't discuss her much in Laos either. This is probably the only time I've been thankful that I don't speak the language. The only portion about her in English was the very small speech by my uncle. It would've been great to discuss her life, considering her, my grandfather, and my mom and aunt an...

    3. Volt


      *and uncles were refugees.

    4. xliar


      what a shame. They could've completely left out the religous shit and had a fascinating, real life story about her and her family. Perhaps someday you'll make that story happen.

  6. I don't stop by to read that often anymore, but exC is still refreshing, as always.

    1. Margee


      Hi volt! good to have to here! Stay awhile? *hug*

    2. Volt


      Hi there! I should step in more often!

  7. Hi there! Nice Sayaka! ouo/

  8. lol we never said grace. I was at my cousin's house once, though, when I was 7 or 8, and I was just going to town on the eggs n bacon, when all of a sudden they started saying grace... I didn't know what I was supposed to do
  9. Have you ever tried to argue your point with a devout CHristian, but end up "losing" because their arguments make so little sense that you become speechless? :P

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    2. hereticzero


      or you get the christian that likes to quote-mine famous people like Einstein to try and claim they secretly believed in god (usually meaning the god of the babble.)

    3. SillyString


      I know what you mean, but most of the time for me, they're the ones that shrug their shoulders and say, "we don't have all the answers, you just need to have faith". Bahhhhhhhhhhhh

    4. Volt


      It drives me crazy XD !

  10. Talked to my mom about stuff today. We agree on so many things :3

    1. asanerman


      Volt, bringing yourself "up to date" with your Mom is good! All family members have a history with each other. Sometimes things have occurred in the past that never got talked about, leaving old hurts and fantasies still around. Give yourself permission to finish unfinished business! Please remember that any invitation to "finish unfinished business" is open to acceptance as well as rejection.

  11. : I've never actually sat and read any of the Bible. I felt like it a few minutes ago, and flipped through Revelations. It sounds like some intense fantasy movie, what with all the angels and dragons and stuff o_o

    1. Brother Jeff

      Brother Jeff

      Not to mention the talking animals and the crowds of magically undead folks.


      The Bible alternates between hilarious absurdity and shocking violence and immorality, with a little bit of sane "good stuff" mixed in. The small amounts of "good stuff" is what believers hear in church. The rest of the Bible is generally devoutly ignored.

  12. One guy, the student president I think, led a quick prayer with the class right before the graduation ceremony the other day. I didn't really care.
  13. Another excuse I hate is "Well, science doesn't explain it, so it's God." >.>

    1. JadedAtheist


      God of the gaps, always there when you need him.

  14. I just heard my mom saying that sometimes she wonders if there actually is a god, because of all the bad things that happen to people. Interesting!

  15. the rapture was awesome

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