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Vixentrox

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  1. Thank you for the sentiment. But I don't really feel like dealing with censorship and coddling people that believe in superstition.

  2. Why? So Antlerman can circle overhead waiting to ban me?

  3. Nah, don't feel like enduring the scrutiny. Can find me in SL though.

  4. Yeah, imagine that. More squashing of dissent and censorship. I'm in SL. Feel free to find me there.

  5. No, don't think I'll be coming back. Hell it looks like they even deleted my good bye thread. Figures.

  6. Oh she's beet the same for a while now.

  7. Christians are obsessed with finding guilt in sex and not just the same-sex variety. Even on this very forum we have prudes that are supposedly over the Christian faith that get their little ears offended by sex talk.
  8. http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/new-online-archive-brings-the-ancient-maya-city-of-chichen-itza-to-scholars-desktops-114501344.html http://www.mayaskies.net/supplement/ The first-ever 3D recording of a Maya site, voted part of the 'New Seven Wonders of the World' EMERYVILLE, Calif., Jan. 24, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- This week a new archaeological data archive and web-based collaborative learning tool launches to provide researchers, educators, filmmakers and digital heritage enthusiasts with the most complete data to date of any ancient Maya site. The archive center
  9. But...but...the earth is only 6000 years old! http://www.english.globalarabnetwork.com/201101258782/Travel/archaeologists-650-babylonian-cuneiform-tablets-documents-8000-years-of-syrias-history.html Syria (Hasaka) – Archaeological discoveries in the Tell Lilan site located 120 km northeast of Hasaka indicate to the historic significance of the site which dates back to the beginning of the 2nd millennium BC. The site is located on one of the important ancient trade routes linking Cappadocia, Ashur and Anatolia principalities. Excavations that have been carried out in various s
  10. The military certainly has good and bad points to it. While Christianity is sometimes pushed, it isn't really all that much different than the rest of society pushing it. Also consider it is generally a young population. In many ways it is like being surrounded with a bunch of people at college I'd imagine. People out on their own for the first time, raising hell and having fun. One thing to consider beyond the free schooling is that you also have a steady job, and as I understand, Doctors/Dentists in the military rack up experience faster than civilian counterparts. As a dentist you migh
  11. Victor Tango to Phoenix, mission change. You are to infiltrate to the kitchen and swipe the communal wine.
  12. Well maybe if an extreme S&M snuff film appeals?
  13. Yep, easy to make your work of fiction fit a prophecy if you already have heard the prophecy.
  14. Actually, if a deity existed it would exist no matter what we thought of it, right? Why would a deity have to be good and loving to exist? Why couldn’t a deity be evil? An evil diety doesn't deserve worship, even if it existed. It would deserve loathing and scorn.
  15. There is now an online database available with thousands of documents from 1093-1286. http://www.pasthorizons.com/index.php/archives/01/2011/medieval-scots-document-sources-now-available-online http://www.poms.ac.uk/index.html The most comprehensive database ever compiled of any European kingdom’s inhabitants in the central Middle Ages has now been published online thanks to a grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). The multi-faceted database contains information on every person mentioned in more than 6,000 documents from Scotland between 1093 and 1286. It s
  16. Reading the Bible and studying the history of Christianity were the prime reasons for ditching Christardery.
  17. An alternative version of David and Goliath to the one above. Once upon a time there was this young man named David. David was a shepherd. Now watching the sheep was pretty dull so to while the time away he practiced with his sling. He got really good at it and even managed to kill a lion and bear with it who tried to eat his sheep. About this time there was a giant of a man named Goliath who was an enemy of David's people. He scared the crap out of the King and his soldiers. No one wanted to fight this giant man. David volunteered to fight the giant since he had a belt buckle th
  18. Waiting for divine inspiration to defeat the evil doers in league with Satan.
  19. I've read some testimonies a while ago, but you're right that it would be good to read the threads again. But for right now let me ask you this: IF somehow you came to see that science did not stand in the way of a belief in God, would you believe? I know I asked you for your top reason, but now I'm asking if it is your only reason. Image that this problem of science were removed ... would there be other reasons you couldn't believe? Why did you want to believe in God and an afterlife? Was it maybe because you grew up believing? Why did you ever have the idea that God and an afterlife exis
  20. An abusive relationship isn't much of a relationship worth having if you ask me. Being bullied or intimidated into going to church and worshiping their evil god is abuse in my opinion.
  21. It is amazing that humans have such a capacity for self delusion to believe in such absurdities, and yet, we do all the time.
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