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Yes, he's a complete tool.
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If you say so then it must be fact
I agree with you 100%.
Yup. I might even pass down my stories to my kids and then allow them to pass it on to their kids. Perhaps even thousands of years later some people will write a book about me from my stories from thousands of years ago and call it fact.
OK, We get it...you like making fun of God...your skit is old
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It's like a metaphor about Jesus. That's really neat.
My point is validated again.
From your lips to God's ears.
I understand what you're saying but fully believing in God doesn't make you "know" anything. You may believe it with all your heart but that doesn't make it any more true. I personally believe in a creator, or God, but don't necessarily believe it is Christ.
On that topic, I find it interesting that there are millions of people in the United States who believe Jesus is God and you could never convince them otherwise. However, had they simply been born in another country or to another family that was of another religion, or no religion at all, the chances are great that they wouldn't believe Christ is God. Much like other aspects of how someone is raised and how they become the person they are as an adult, it goes back to the people who raised them. I'm a Bama fan because my Dad is and took me to games as a child. It's really no different than that for a lot of Christians (not all). I think coincidence plays a much larger role in who believes what than a lot of people would admit.
Lips? You must have a badass computer with voice-recognition software. I actually have to type this witty shit.
Thats because Jesus said He and the Father are one.
I don't know what you mean as it pertains to my comments.
I believe in evolution. I still believe in God, I mean, someone had to create the first particle of matter at some point. I guess that makes me agnostic. Sometimes I wonder how so many people can believe in something there is 0.00 proof of so strongly, it kind of blows my mind to think about. There is literally only a book a group of people wrote a couple thousand years ago, thats it. What if none of it was true, would that not be the largest hoax in the history of man kind?
maybe I misread it, I thought you were saying Jesus is not God the father?
I find it odd that there is a god out there that wants you to believe him or face eternal damnation yet he wont do anything to outright prove that he exists. He just says, "you gotta take my word for it".
No, that would be man made global warming!
He doesn't even do that. He says, "you gotta take some other guys word that I gave him the word".
At best, I receive God's Word second hand. But truly, after 2,000 years, multiple language translations, and multiple cultural translations, I am getting the Word after many many many many people have interpreted it.
It doesn't even seem remotely fair.
Exactly, its odd that he tells one person in private, almost like a secret, his message then wants him to disseminate it to the rest of the world. Why wouldn't he just speak to everyone
Who did that?
I don't like the answer I eventually come up with.
Maybe he doesn't want to speak to you
I don't see how evolution can work without creation tbh. While some say creation is irrational and evolution is scientific, how can evolution take place without creation first?
I think the debate is more about the stories of creation in the Bible because no one has an explanation for how the first "thing" was created. That might be the biggest reason I am still actively searching for answers and want to believe in a higher power.
so this is really a "do you believe in the bible or not thread". Well the bible doesn't mention dinosaurs (I don't know why it would), so it's kind of useless to use one to prove or disprove the other.
Yeah, pretty much.
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