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Christianity Johnson on 24 Sep 2008 12:01 am

Today’s quote

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12 Responses to “Today’s quote”

  1. on 24 Sep 2008 at 10:48 am 1.PSR said …

    Excellent question for Christians: why doesn’t “god” speak for himself?

  2. on 26 Sep 2008 at 12:58 am 2.lil tom said …

    amen,
    amen.

  3. on 26 Sep 2008 at 9:17 am 3.Sophie said …

    Idiots !! u are simply an immature self centered juivenille child!! what youa re teaching everyone is wronmg!! ur opinion is biased and to be quite frank pathetic!! maybe u should try growing up a bit more!!!

    try going to a church and experience life as a christian and then make ur stupid judgement!!! Ive only been a christian for a year or so and i know two sides of life!! ur side and cvhristian side and i prever the christian one because it has helped me so much!!
    whyt do u want to break peoples hearts and tell then god doesnt exis!!
    well on ur life be it!!God sees all and knows all and in the enhd u will gety hurt!!
    I want u to know that u will never change a christian into an athiest becasue if you are a true christian it will always stay in ur heart!!!!

    so keep trying!!! u will only fail!!

  4. on 26 Sep 2008 at 12:08 pm 4.MJP said …

    Oh he’ll tell you alright, your day will come.

  5. on 26 Sep 2008 at 1:03 pm 5.Passerby said …

    Oh, really? are you one of the poor, misled, lost ones? A blind man being led by another.

  6. on 26 Sep 2008 at 1:25 pm 6.MJP said …

    The point of this quote is to tell believer’s in God to stop telling others how to live…why do non-believers feel a need to tell us how to live?

  7. on 26 Sep 2008 at 7:28 pm 7.lil tom said …

    mjp,

    >”Oh he’ll tell you alright, your day will come.”

    I can just see you rubbing your hands in anticipation… the funny thing, is that you exemplify the problem exactly with this statement. christians seem to revel in the condemnation of others even though they readily admit that nobody can know god’s will or understand god’s ways. all we ask is that you simply leave the condemnation to god and keep your mouth shut on matters you can’t possibly know anything about (unless you know god’s will and can come up with a scrap of evidence that he exists in the first place).

    >”The point of this quote is to tell believer’s in God to stop telling others how to live…why do non-believers feel a need to tell us how to live?”

    the answer to that one is a no-brainer. first, I should clarify, I am not telling anybody how to live their life. all I’m asking is that rather than being an obnoxious spokesperson for an imaginary being, just let me be and let HIM speak for himself, if he so wishes. don’t try to interpret your god’s will because as you love to shout: “we mere humans can never understand god.” so don’t pretend you can, then. if you think I’m going to burn in hell, let me burn in hell, god damnit! even if it existed, I’d MUCH rather burn in hell than spend another minute with you faux-believing brown nosers!

    when you claim to speak for GOD it only makes him look that much sillier and non-existent. every time you tell me you’ll pray for me, it tells me that you don’t believe what you claim you believe. you merely believe in belief. (if you *really* believed, you would just pray, then god would use his godly judgement in the matter and take action. no need to tell me anything! leave that to your god.)

  8. on 27 Sep 2008 at 9:34 pm 8.MJP said …

    lil tom said:
    > “you love to shout: ‘we mere humans can never understand god.’”
    I’ve never shouted that

    lil tom said:
    > “you claim to speak for GOD”
    I’ve never claimed that

    lil tom said:
    > “you tell me you’ll pray for me”
    I’ve never told you that

    lil tom would like Christians to stop speaking for God, but he LOVES speaking for ME.

    On another note, we don’t try to speak for God…he’s spoken for himself, read the Bible (try Revelation, you’ll see what’s in store)

  9. on 28 Sep 2008 at 9:31 am 9.VeridicusX said …

    > read the Bible (try Revelation, you’ll see what’s in store)

    Read Lord of the Rings. (Far higher quality of writing than Revelation).
    You’ll see how God uses the hobbits to defeat the evil Sauron.
    I’ve confirmed this is be true, (in much the same way MJP knows Revelation to be true), because a 900 foot tall Harry Potter appeared to me and confirmed it.

  10. on 29 Sep 2008 at 9:02 am 10.anonymous said …

    Comparing the things of God to movies like Lord of the Rings shows how far off you are from understanding anything about God at all.And it’s sad, it’s really sad, it’s not even a laughing matter although I would have loved to laugh at it.

    As long as you live outside the door of Christianity, you’ll NEVER understand what’s going on in here. It is only pointless to try to prove the non-existence of God because for us who have seen and experienced God in our lives, that asurance is there and nobody, nobody is going to take it away from us.When I look at you from where I’m, you are a lost soul who has no idea who God is and it will continue to stay that way as long as you reason the way you do. You are simply talking from your blindness. It is not a matter of quality in comparing a God inspired Book to a movie script. The Book of Revelation is “sealed”, that’s why it does not make sense to you and appears probably like a movie script to you judging from your comments. For example when it talks about beasts, these beasts represent something else and they do not literally mean A REAL BEAST. That’s why it is called “Revelations” because you cannot understand it without in depth revelation from God himself through careful prayer.The book is written in a manner that requires the reader to dig deeper in what is being communicated and not just scan through and imagine you’re reading another adventurous novel.As long as you read that book with the eyes of worldly views, it will be just that…another fiction book.

    The book of Revelation talks about today’s world, the economy, technology, and how we are moving on towards a one world government, one currency and one leader who will control the world and keep track of everyone in the world who refuses to submit to his policies. Now we know that with today’s technology, this is possible.The number 666 represents the chip (inserted in animal skin) that is used to trace lost animals will be used on humans in the future as a data storage device.It will be used to store your bank details, accounts and ID number. If you refuse to have it on your right hand or your forehead, you won’t be able to buy or sell because even personal information will be stored on this chip. Read the Book of Revelations and find out for yourself.

    Of course all this is rubbish to you but I just wanted to make it clear that the Book of Revelations has nothing to do with what you are talking about. It is a book highlighting what will happen before Christ’s return.

  11. on 29 Sep 2008 at 11:19 am 11.VeridicusX said …

    anonymous,

    Wow, Harry Potter appeared to you as well?

    “A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything.”
    –Friedrich Nietzsche

    “What can be asserted without evidence can also be dismissed without evidence.”
    –Christopher Hitchens

  12. on 29 Sep 2008 at 8:36 pm 12.lil tom said …

    um, anon… did you happen to know LOTR is a BOOK!? nobody is talking about movies… the point was that the story is way cooler than the ones in the bible and the writing is far superior.

    “When I look at you from where I’m, you are a lost soul who has no idea who God is and it will continue to stay that way as long as you reason the way you do”

    I wonder why faith requires such a megalomaniacal shaming of others. I guess I am doomed to hell because I like to think rationally. oh, well…
    I guess I’ll burn in your imaginary hell.

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