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GoodBees

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  1. https://images.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.british-israel.us%2Fisrael%2FOrpheus-crucified087.jpg&f=1 This right here pretty much says it all as far as the roots of Christianity are concerned.
  2. Christianity is the conspiracy against the bible.
  3. There is a conspiracy against the real bible. That being the old testament. The romans took some old religious writings and then added a bunch of pagan mythology to it and made it say for people to pay and obey the gov. This is not very complicated stuff here.
  4. I can not examine your garage and even if I could, all that would prove is what is in there right now. You may have moved the unicorn. This below is the point and it is true. Even if you said in a debate that you saw no unicorn in your garage, it is only your testimony and is not a proof. So, no, you can not prove a negative in a debate. A proof in a debate requires something more substantial then some one making a claim. You could prove there is a unicorn by taking a photo. However you can not take a photo of nothing and submit it as evidence that there is no unicorn.
  5. I was responding to you when you said this
  6. There are 2 types of religious people, 1. The ones conning 2. The ones being conned
  7. This pretty much sums up my experience with Christians. They think that they can do no wrong even as the are doing wrong. They are Gods chosen people so anything they do is automatically ok and better then anyone else. It is this mentality that is necessary for people to believe it is ok to bomb and kill other people. "They are not Christians so they are evil and are going to hell anyways." "So god wants us to bomb them and install a central bank." lol The truly repentant do not need to be saved. They have already saved themselves by being truly repentant. I'm sorry works if you accidentally bump into some one or if you make a simple mistake. I'm sorry does not work after you have intentionally lied, cheated and so on.
  8. The only thing I insist is that you recognize that simply because you can't perceive something, it does not mean it is not there or that it does not exist. Even if you said in a debate that you saw no unicorn in your garage, it is only your testimony and is not a proof. So, no, you can not prove a negative in a debate. A proof in a debate requires something more substantial then some one making a claim. You could prove there is a unicorn by taking a photo. However you can not take a photo of nothing and submit it as evidence that there is no unicorn. Back to the point, it is impossible for anyone to prove that God did not inspire the writers of the bible. So regardless of your oversimplified analogy, it is impossible to prove a negative. The burden of proof is on the person making the claim. In this case you claim that God inspired the writing of the bible therefore the burden of proof lies upon you to prove the positive and not on someone else to prove the negative. It is already assumed that the works of men are the works of men and are not inspired by God.
  9. Another perfect example of the sadistic so called God of the bible. The king sins so God kills the baby. Now what is the moral of the story? If you sin I will kill and punish others just to annoy you? So if you sin, your loving God might kill your children, so you better just do what he says. And what about the woman? It was her child too and she did nothing wrong. According to you she was raped. So God didn't care about her at all right? I guess if you are not the king then who really cares about you anyways. What a great lesson to teach to children.
  10. Just because you cant see them does not mean that they are not there. If someone claims there is no God they are stating a negative which can not be proven. No, you can not prove a negative. Not in a debate anyways. You can say "I don't see any unicorns" but then you have only proven that no unicorns are visible to you.
  11. I can see that you have no idea of what I speak.
  12. It is impossible to prove a negative, therefor the burden is on you to prove the positive. I can prove that politicians inspired the new testament fairly easily. You just have to look at what it says. Pay your taxes to the gov. Obey the laws of the gov. Don't defend yourself against the gov. All govs. are of God.
  13. That is right, we are the only ones who can save ourselves. The only thing I am afraid of in this world is my own actions because they are the only thing that I am really in control of and the only thing that I can be held accountable for. This is another problem I have with Christianity is it has a "free pass" kind of mentality. Just do whatever and then say your sorry and you get a free pass. I think this is why some violently oppose the idea that it might not be true. What if a person had gone through there whole life with that mentality and racked up a ton of bad karma because they believed that they would not be held accountable for their wrongdoings, then someone shows them that their beliefs are based on lies and they would be held accountable in some way? It might make them squirm a little. I think the truth is closer to what the ancient Egyptians believed before their priest class became to powerful and started selling trinkets to help the wealthy get to heaven. At one time they believed that after you die, you would meet Anubis and he would weigh your heart against the feather of truth. If your heart was light because you had led a good life and were not burdened with guilt of wrongdoing then you were allowed passage to the higher plain. If not then you were not allowed passage and had to remain here, kind of like reincarnation actually. There would be no point in torturing people forever though, that would just be evil and sadistic. It would be better to just destroy the bad ones than to have a torture chamber running forever. I had a bad dog once that was very sneaky and bad. She was this way when I got her and she was not trainable so I A: Locked her in the closet and beat her everyday for all eternity B: Took her to the pound for her to be put down One makes sense and the other is a crime.
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