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Christianity Thomas on 08 Sep 2012 12:04 am

Three Times They Said No to God

Here is a YouTube video from Allen West’s campaign entitled “Three Times”:

Of course the delegates said NO to adding God to the platform. Any intelligent person knows that God Is Imaginary.

69 Responses to “Three Times They Said No to God”

  1. on 08 Sep 2012 at 5:35 pm 1.RJ said …

    Q: What does the Constitution and the Democratic Platform have in common?

    Give up….?

    A: Neither one makes any mention of “God”.

    Conclusion: Repubs must hate the Constitution as well.

  2. on 09 Sep 2012 at 12:11 am 2.LL said …

    Q: What did our founders and the GOP have in common?

    Give up….?

    A: They both recognized God as the provider of human rights.

    Conclusion: Dums hate human rights and would like to take them all from us.

    Say no to incompetence, vote Romney.

  3. on 09 Sep 2012 at 2:30 pm 3.Lou(DFW) said …

    2.LL said …

    “Q: What did our founders and the GOP have in common?

    A: They both recognized God as the provider of human rights.”

    Really? Show us. Show us anywhere in the DoI or Constitution where “God” is recognized “as the provider of human rights.”

  4. on 09 Sep 2012 at 5:00 pm 4.MrQ said …

    LL = troLL

  5. on 09 Sep 2012 at 7:39 pm 5.Sara said …

    Idk about the video, but reading the reasons on the website “why god is imaginary” give me the impression of a person who has spite to GOD. If you think God is so imaginary then why spend so much energy trying to make people not believe?

    futhermore, we may not always like what The Bible says but in reality, it is fact. The way civilization was back then is the way it was…. Now we don’t have to be a civilization if sexiest and slavery no more. But didn’t Jesus say his last commandment was “love on another as I have loved you”? Think of he limited knowledge people had back then.. AND as far as Genesis goes, the story does implicat the world as being dark a void in the beginning my opinion is that people take the bible too literal and don’t really understand the concept behind it. More comments to come….

  6. on 09 Sep 2012 at 7:59 pm 6.alex said …

    “If you think God is so imaginary then why spend so much energy trying to make people not believe?”

    right back at you. why so worried about atheists and this blog? you just like to antagonize? why not let god do his shit? you god’s rep?

    why are you morons incessantly knocking on my door spreading the word of bullshit? teach creationism as an evolution scientific equal? get the fuck out of here. read the blog before spouting off shit.

    “…it is fact.”

    says who? you think you can just come in here talking that shit? two idiots, one xtian and the other muslim, talking the same shit. which god is fact?

    “…futhermore, we may not always like what The Bible says”

    so list the bible parts that we should like.

  7. on 10 Sep 2012 at 1:05 am 7.Anonymous said …

    Well, I don’t know if Sara really will come back. Her post has the hallmarks of a drive-by. But let’s give it a shot.

    Sara, I have a question for you: Sara, why are you so angry at Santa Claus? Is it that he didn’t get you that bike when you were five. Is that why you deny Santa Claus’ existence?

    Also, why are you spiteful towards Unicorns? What have they ever done to hurt you? I assume you don’t believe in them but it can only be anger, correct?

    And Sara, what’s with all the hate towards The Yetti, Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot and so on? Why do you let your hate blind you to their existence?

    Finally, why can’t we just let people continue to believe in the Tooth Fairy? It doesn’t personally do you any harm if your elected officials believe in the Tooth Fairy, does it?

    Now before you bleat “but those are all imaginary” then be aware that Santa Claus often delivers on his promises, likewise for the Tooth Fairy, so they must be real. No? Hence, which has a higher likelihood of success – a child praying for a toy without telling anyone, or that self same child telling “Santa” in the mall? Santa is the answer, right?

    Now if after this post then you can’t see how absurd and ridiculous it is to claim that someone is angry at an imaginary thing (your god, for example), then you are clearly not trying.

    FWIW, your emotionally-laden questions are all designed so that *YOU* can rationalize the other persons position. You dare not look at facts so you blame the other party and that stops you from having to consider their point.

    But, seriously, answer the question. Why are you so angry at Santa Claus? I genuinely want to see your answer.

  8. on 10 Sep 2012 at 3:10 am 8.LL said …

    Sara

    I will stay on topic rather than the predictable Santa Claus tangent.

    People refuse to acknowledge God because people don’t like their worldviews ripped up.
    As science over the last 100 years has shown the tremendous complexity in creation rather than the simpler model as was assumed; God detractor have been delivered a huge problem. They could revamp their worldview or spin the issue. To spin they simply plead ignorance, go to unicorn references or simply refuse to acknowledge reality.

  9. on 10 Sep 2012 at 3:29 am 9.DPK said …

    LL… curious, exactly which scientific discoveries over the last 100 years that you make reference to, have demonstrated the existence of gods?

  10. on 10 Sep 2012 at 3:39 am 10.Anonymous said …

    Not even a good try, LL — YOU don’t want Sara to answer because you know it makes you and all the other theists look stupid. That would a Hor/Curmudgeon response that happens whenever you don’t like the direction of a conversation. Hint, that’s often.

    The post in #6 above is absolutely on point and you know it, but it scares you to see how obviously stupid your theist arguments are.

    Or, apparently, you don’t know what a tangent is which is quite likely given that you’re reinforcing exactly what you’re declaring to be a tangent. You are a fool and a troll.

  11. on 10 Sep 2012 at 4:25 am 11.Anonymous said …

    7.LL said …

    “People refuse to acknowledge God because people don’t like their worldviews ripped up.”

    Wrong. People refuse to acknowledge God because there’s no evidence for him.

  12. on 10 Sep 2012 at 6:00 am 12.Severin said …

    4 Sara
    “If you think God is so imaginary then why spend so much energy trying to make people not believe?”

    Because believing in gods is anti-social and dangerous.
    Believing in gods typically leads to intolerance and hate.
    Believing in gods leads typically to things like this:

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=1fe_1310865020

    Those people would never do that if they weren’t religious.

  13. on 10 Sep 2012 at 6:12 am 13.Severin said …

    4 Sara
    “futhermore, we may not always like what The Bible says but in reality, it is fact. The way civilization was back then is the way it was…. Now we don’t have to be a civilization if sexiest and slavery no more.”

    If Bible does not fit world of today, why, the hell, is it significant (important) for us TODAY?
    WHAT can we learn from it TODAY?
    Why should anyone read it TODAY?

    To learn how to hate gays, women, cripples, …
    To learn how to love our neighbors, AND how to stone non-virgin brides on their father’s thresholds?

  14. on 10 Sep 2012 at 6:22 am 14.Severin said …

    4 Sara
    “… my opinion is that people take the bible too literal …”

    And how would you suggest us to take it?

    WHOM would you delegate the task to interpret the Bible “less literate” to us?
    Why do you expect anyone to trust interpreters who explain Bible and not the Bible itself?

    Strange!
    If Bible needs (huge!) reinterpretation, it is NOT GOOD. It is a WRONG book!
    Period.

  15. on 10 Sep 2012 at 6:24 am 15.Severin said …

    5 alex
    “… two idiots, one xtian and the other muslim, talking the same shit …”

    But each of them claiming the other one is delusional!

  16. on 10 Sep 2012 at 7:35 pm 16.Lou(DFW) said …

    8.LL said …

    “People refuse to acknowledge God because people don’t like their worldviews ripped up.”

    That’s simply not true. Why do you lie about such things?

    When I rejected belief in god I was a theist. I was going to church. I was baptized. So, my “worldview” was not “ripped up” as you claim.

  17. on 10 Sep 2012 at 10:05 pm 17.Anonymous said …

    26.Lou “That’s simply not true. Why do you lie about such things?”

    Because LL needs it to be true.

    Both LL and Sara seek to divert the burden of proof and want to dismiss objections by making the non-believer’s position to be emotional or irrational. That way they can avoid a discussion of the evidence (lack of any for his god, for one) and say “they’re just “.

    Strangely, whilst attacking replies to Sara’s post, LL posits a different reason without explaining why his is more accurate than Sara’s.
    This ability to accept conflicting details as all true at the same time, would make LL an ideal candidate for any religion or pseudo-scientific claim.

    Also, Lou, you can’t possible have been a true Scotsman Xtian because you would never have rejected whatever god they believe in.

    But which god did you reject Lou? You probably believed in a different version of god than LL which is probably a different version to Sara’s. Yet, somehow, your rejection is excused as an emotional response to their god even though you probably had your own version in mind. Once again, the theist response makes absolutely no sense. Yet, to them, it’s all they need to believe.

  18. on 11 Sep 2012 at 1:45 am 18.Slapnuts McGee said …

    Pretty powerful stuff in that there snippet of video. Can’t wait to see how Fox News spins it.

    Could it be that rational and intelligent people are finally coming out of the woodwork to oppose the delusional belief of god in public forums?

  19. on 11 Sep 2012 at 2:07 am 19.Mitch said …

    “Pretty powerful stuff in that there snippet of video. Can’t wait to see how Fox News spins it.”

    Spin ti? Just tell the story. I saw it live. For the DNC it was the most embarrassing moment in 30 years. They held a vote then lied about the results. They denied the very foundation of the nation our founders established.

    The GOP needs to have this video shown as much as possible. Guaranteed victory in November.

  20. on 11 Sep 2012 at 2:19 am 20.Lou(DFW) said …

    19.Mitch said …

    “They denied the very foundation of the nation our founders established.”

    Just as you do with your imaginary god, you make claims like this one for which you have no evidence.

  21. on 11 Sep 2012 at 2:22 am 21.Slapnuts McGee said …

    Nothing is guaranteed, Mitch. You should know that being a delusional believer in god.

    The presentation of this video does nothing to avoid the reality however: god doesn’t exist. Neither you nor anybody else can or will provide any evidence to prove otherwise.

    It’s just nice to see that rational and intelligent people are finally becoming more vocal when it comes to common sense thinking in regards to god, especially in public forums.

  22. on 11 Sep 2012 at 2:50 am 22.Lou(DFW) said …

    19.Mitch said …

    “The GOP needs to have this video shown as much as possible. Guaranteed victory in November.”

    Meaning what? That most people are stupid? That they would vote against an xtian for a guy who wears magic underwear?

  23. on 12 Sep 2012 at 2:10 am 23.Lou said …

    “They denied the very foundation of the nation our founders established.”

    Mich some never have studied American history. Some actually believe our founders would have supported banning prayer from schools, removing the 10Cs from courthouses, support abortion and gay marriage. Some actually believe the founders were for these things.

    Many schools have revised history and do not actually teach what the founders were all about.

  24. on 12 Sep 2012 at 2:41 am 24.Anonymous said …

    LOL@Lou talking to himself as Mitch!

  25. on 12 Sep 2012 at 3:14 am 25.Lou(DFW) said …

    23.Lou said …

    “They denied the very foundation of the nation our founders established.”

    “Mich blah-blah-blah”

    But as with your imaginary god claim, you NEVER, EVER provide evidence for this claim.

  26. on 12 Sep 2012 at 3:15 am 26.Lou(DFW) said …

    23.Lou said …

    “Some actually believe our founders would have supported banning prayer from schools…”

    Really? Show us who believe that.

  27. on 12 Sep 2012 at 3:46 pm 27.tl said …

    You don’t believe in God but you prayed. Why would you pray to God if He’s imaginary. It’s like asking help from superman while falling in a ten -floor building! You don’t have a case here because your statements are contradictory.

  28. on 12 Sep 2012 at 5:34 pm 28.DPK said …

    27.tl said …

    “You don’t believe in God but you prayed.”

    Who prayed?

    “Why would you pray to God if He’s imaginary. It’s like asking help from superman while falling in a ten -floor building!”

    Yes, it’s exactly like that. What’s your point?

    “You don’t have a case here because your statements are contradictory.”

    Show me where anyone said anything contradictory… other than the theists, of course. They make contradictory claims all the time.

  29. on 12 Sep 2012 at 5:38 pm 29.DPK said …

    So, puppet masters… so far we have “Solomon” who claims that god is exactly equivalent to nothing, and now “tl” who states that praying is “like asking help from superman while falling in a ten -floor building!”

    You theists aren’t making a very strong case for your delusions…. how come all the sock puppets are staying silent?

  30. on 12 Sep 2012 at 6:24 pm 30.Lou(DFW) said …

    29.DPK said …

    “how come all the sock puppets are staying silent?”

    How long has it been since any of them posted? At least a week? If there was every any doubt that they weren’t all the same poster, then I think that can be ignored.

  31. on 14 Sep 2012 at 1:19 pm 31.Xenon said …

    “Of course the delegates said NO to adding God”

    Was that amateur hour in the Charlotte coliseum or what? Appropriate the Bobcats play there too. Of course they said no to God just as they have said no to 32oz sodas, no to economic freedom, no to Israel and no to qualified presidential candidates. Say hello to the new Socialist party. This is not my father’s DNC.

  32. on 14 Sep 2012 at 1:43 pm 32.Lou(DFW) said …

    31.Xenonsense said …

    “Was that amateur hour in the Charlotte coliseum or what? Appropriate the Bobcats play there too. Of course they said no to God just as they have said no to 32oz sodas, no to economic freedom, no to Israel and no to qualified presidential candidates. Say hello to the new Socialist party. This is not my father’s DNC.”

    Poor Xenonsense! After hiding-out for days he still hasn’t learned how to stay on topic.

    Where’s your evidence for your imaginary god? We don’t care about your political ranting and raving.

  33. on 02 Oct 2012 at 3:19 am 33.The messenger said …

    You say that no intelligent person believes in God.

    You are extremely wrong. Here are some very intelligent people who believe in God. Sir Isak Newton, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Adams, John Adams, and Benjamin Franklin, and Gandhi and many others.

  34. on 02 Oct 2012 at 7:21 am 34.Jay said …

    Amen, the people of this site need to Repent, or they will burn in hell.

  35. on 02 Oct 2012 at 7:23 am 35.Jay said …

    I mean the authors who promote this site…they need to repent of their religion here…it is a religion, a belief, a belief, a belief, just like mine. But theirs is the way to hell

  36. on 02 Oct 2012 at 11:37 am 36.Anonymous said …

    Messenger, prove your intelligence…

    Show us your proof for your god.

    So far all you do is make excuses. Does that make you intelligent? No it makes you stupid and deluded.

  37. on 02 Oct 2012 at 12:12 pm 37.Lou(DFW) said …

    35.Jay said …

    “I mean the authors who promote this site…they need to repent of their religion here…it is a religion, a belief, a belief, a belief, just like mine.”

    Poor Jay, because his religion isn’t legitimate, he attempts to legitimize it by framing it in the context of disbelieving it! He’s so desperate to do so that he even writes his mantra over and over!

    Jay, you correct about one thing that you wrote – your religion is only “a belief, a belief, a belief….”

    Oh, the poor, confused mind of a theist.

  38. on 02 Oct 2012 at 12:23 pm 38.Lou(DFW) said …

    36.Anonymous said …

    “Messenger, prove your intelligence…”

    Like “[Issac] Newton” who believed in the occult and alchemy, and who was obviously a mentally disturbed person?

    Of his work on alchemy, the Royal Society wrote that they were “not fit to be printed.”

    Newton’s work with and study of light was a result of his belief that it embodied the “Word of God,” as suggested by the “Emerald Tablet.”

    See how (belief in) religion poisons everything, even “intelligent” people like Newton?

  39. on 02 Oct 2012 at 5:32 pm 39.The messenger said …

    36.Anonymous you say that I make excuises, I don’t.

    You asked for proof and I gave it to you but you still refuse to believe.

    What is your excuise for not believing in God.

  40. on 02 Oct 2012 at 5:34 pm 40.The messenger said …

    36.Anonymous you say that I make excuises, I don’t.

    You ask for proof and I gave it to you but you still refuse to believe.

    Tell me, what is your excuise for not believing in God.

  41. on 02 Oct 2012 at 5:47 pm 41.The messenger said …

    38.Lou(DFW) the reason that the royal society said that his work in alchamy was not fit to be printed was because they disagreed with his it, not because he was mentally disterbed.

    Your statement about Issic Newton being mentally disterbed is conpletly false. There is no evidence to support that statement about Newton ever being mentally disterbed.

    Newton was never mentally disterbed in any way yet he still believed in God.

    Next time you say something, make absolutlly sertain that it is true.

  42. on 02 Oct 2012 at 5:51 pm 42.The messenger said …

    36.Anonymous you say that I make excuises, I don’t.

    You asked for proof and I gave it to you but you still refuse to believe.

    What is your excuise for not believing in God.

    38.Lou(DFW) the reason that the royal society said that his work in alchamy was not fit to be printed was because they disagreed with his it, not because he was mentally disterbed.

    Your statement about Issic Newton being mentally disterbed is conpletly false. There is no evidence to support that statement about Newton ever being mentally disterbed.

    Newton was never mentally disterbed in any way yet he still believed in God.

    Next time you say something, make absolutlly sertain that it is true.

  43. on 02 Oct 2012 at 6:12 pm 43.Lou(DFW) said …

    42.The messenger said …

    “Newton was never mentally disterbed in any way yet he still believed in God.”

    http://dsc.discovery.com/tv-shows/curiosity/topics/mad-genius.htm

    http://sshpower.net/index3.html

    http://www.mentalhealthministries.net/links_resources/other_resources/famouspeople.pdf

  44. on 02 Oct 2012 at 6:13 pm 44.Lou(DFW) said …

    42.The messenger said …

    “Newton was never mentally disterbed in any way yet he still believed in God.”

    http://dsc.discovery.com/tv-shows/curiosity/topics/mad-genius.htm

    http://sshpower.net/index3.html

  45. on 02 Oct 2012 at 6:14 pm 45.Lou(DFW) said …

    http://www.mentalhealthministries.net/links_resources/other_resources/famouspeople.pdf

  46. on 02 Oct 2012 at 6:26 pm 46.Anonymous said …

    Messenger said “You asked for proof and I gave it to you but you still refuse to believe”

    You did? Please refer me to your post or posts where you did this. I don’t recall this at all.

  47. on 02 Oct 2012 at 6:35 pm 47.Severin said …

    35 JAy
    “…it is a religion, a belief, a belief, a belief, just like mine.”

    I kindly expect you to tell me in what I believe.
    I would not know it!

    Yes, and, no idiocy was ever transformed to truth by its simple repeating.

  48. on 02 Oct 2012 at 6:44 pm 48.Severin said …

    39 The messenger
    “You asked for proof and I gave it to you but you still refuse to believe.”

    Have you sent it by direct E-mail to Anonymous?
    Or, maybe I just missed it?
    I never saw any proofs/evidences that god or gods exist(s).

    Can you PLEASE direct me to the link where I can find your proofs?

  49. on 02 Oct 2012 at 6:47 pm 49.Anonymous said …

    Oh wait, is he referring to the one post where he misspelled miracle almost the same way as the messenger he claims isn’t him?

    If so, you responded with excuses.

    You haven’t explained what constituted proof before this event. You haven’t explained why you believed before you heard of this so-called miracle. You haven’t accounted for how you can which version of which god is credited for this event. You haven’t explained why UFO sightings and alien examinations are false yet your claim is real. You haven’t explained why other cultures so-called miracles are false. You haven’t explained why thousands of years of people claiming the bible to be inerrant goes out of the window in favor of your unique interpretation. You haven’t explained how these other people who claim that their god is real are wrong.

    You haven’t explained a lot of things but you have made up a whole load of shit in order to give you a reason to avoid anything that doesn’t fit your particular emotional needs.

    So, again, is this your BEST proof that this god exists? That’s it. That’s the reason you believe?

    Really?
    Seriously?
    Honestly?

    That’s all it takes for you to believe that whatever version of whichever god you chose is real?

    Are you nuts?

  50. on 02 Oct 2012 at 7:26 pm 50.Anonymous said …

    Messenger, you listed Ghandi as someone intelligent who believed in God.

    Now, you know he didn’t believe in your god, don’t you? What does that tell you?

    It tells me that your cherry picking has reached heights of extreme proportions. It tells me that you love the Christian practice of equivocation. It tells me that are so desperate for validation that you trumpet as a good thing that someone uses the word god even though he doesn’t believe in your god.

    Again, are you nuts?

  51. on 02 Oct 2012 at 9:32 pm 51.Lou(DFW) said …

    25.Anonymous said …

    “[Messenger], are you nuts?”

    It’s obvious that he’s either retarded, drunk, or some kid. Ignoring the obvious religious nonsense he posts, he confuses everything that anyone posts here.

    For example, he wrote “the reason that the royal [sic] society [sic] said that his [Newton's] work in alchamy [sic] was not fit to be printed was because they disagreed with his [sic] it, not because he was mentally disterbed [sic].

    LOL! They said that because he was WRONG, not because they disagreed with it. Furthermore, neither I nor anyone else claimed that they rejected because he was mentally ill – which Mess at first incorrectly argued wasn’t true.

    Messenger can’t ever connect the dots. Don’t waste anymore of your time on him.

  52. on 02 Oct 2012 at 9:41 pm 52.Severin said …

    33 Messenge
    “Here are some very intelligent people who believe in God. Sir Issac Newton, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Adams, John Adams, and Benjamin Franklin, and Gandhi and many others..”

    … like Osama Bin Laden

    I absolutely do not doubt that he believed in god and was very intelligent.

  53. on 02 Oct 2012 at 10:09 pm 53.The messenger said …

    50.Lou(DFW) the royal society disagreed with his work because they thought he was wrong. The statement that I gave in my previous comment was not incorrect.

  54. on 02 Oct 2012 at 10:48 pm 54.DPK said …

    Here is a much longer list of intelligent people who do NOT believe in gods:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lists_of_atheists

    So what?
    Is your claim that because someone well known, or even intelligent, believes in a god, that it must therefore be true?
    Can you tell me even one currently accepted scientific theory that incorporates “then god performs a miracle” as a component? Even one?
    Why do you think that is, messenger?

  55. on 03 Oct 2012 at 1:05 am 55.The messenger said …

    51.Severin yes Osama Bin Laden believed in God.

    But he disgraced God by letting his hate of America get the better of him.

    God doesn’t want us to hate anyone.

  56. on 03 Oct 2012 at 1:18 am 56.The messenger said …

    Here are some more lists of intelligent Christains.

    http://www.godandscience.org/apologetics/sciencefaith.http
    .http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Christian_thinkers_in_science#section_3

  57. on 03 Oct 2012 at 7:35 pm 57.The messenger said …

    51.Severin yes Osama Bin Laden believed in God, but he disgraced God by letting his hate for America get the better of him.

    God doesn’t want us to hate anyone, he wants us to love all people nomatter who they are.

  58. on 03 Oct 2012 at 7:52 pm 58.The messenger said …

    52.DPK her are some more lists of intelligent Christians.
    http://www.godandscience.org/apologetics/sciencefaith.html
    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Christian_thinkers_in_science
    http://community.beliefnet.com/go/thread/view/44061/22241153/Famous_Smart_Christians.

  59. on 03 Oct 2012 at 7:57 pm 59.The messenger said …

    49.Anonymous the reason that I listed Gandi as one of the intelligent people on my list dispute the fact fact he does not believe in the same God that I do is because I am not only here to defend my religion, I am here to defend all religions.

  60. on 04 Oct 2012 at 12:45 am 60.The messenger said …

    50.Lou(DFW) of course the royal society thought Neton was wrong, that is the reason they disagreed with his work in alchamy.
    You seem to misunderstand everything that I post. Perhaps you should pay more attention to them so you can hopefully understand’ them.
    I wish you would stop with your pointless insults, the only reason you insult me in your comments is because you know deep down that you are incapable of winning any argument aganst me.

  61. on 04 Oct 2012 at 11:46 am 61.The messenger said …

    43.Lou(DFW) even with his mental illness Mr. Newton was not insain, his mental illness never caused him any problems that had to do with his sanity. He was completely sain and he still believed ing God.

  62. on 06 Oct 2012 at 1:02 am 62.The messenger said …

    on 04 Oct 2012 at 11:46 am 61.The messenger said …
    43.Lou(DFW) even with his mental illness Mr. Newton was not insain, his mental illness never caused him any problems that had to do with his sanity. He was completely sain and he still believed ing God.

  63. on 06 Oct 2012 at 2:47 am 63.Anonymous said …

    “49.Anonymous the reason that I listed Gandi as one of the intelligent people on my list dispute the fact fact he does not believe in the same God that I do is because I am not only here to defend my religion, I am here to defend all religions.”

    So you now claim that there is more than one god despite your earlier position than that there is only one? Is that now how you are changing your story to account for being shown how ridiculous your cherry picking is?

    Let’s have this clear: When people believe in a god other than yours are they correct and their god exists, is as real as yours, as powerful as they say?

    Based on this statement “I am here to defend all religions.” you agree that The Prophet Mohammed is the true messenger, not your Jesus? You accept that Thor exists? You accept that the Flying Spaghetti Monster is real?

  64. on 06 Oct 2012 at 6:41 pm 64.The messenger said …

    63.Anonymous I never said there is more than on God. When I typed “I defend all religions” I acsodently forgot to type in the word peaceful Ito that sentence, when added actually says “I defend all peaceful religions.

    I simply forgot to type in the word peaceful.

  65. on 06 Oct 2012 at 6:43 pm 65.The messenger said …

    63.Anonymous I never said that there is more than one God.

    Jesus is the One and only God.

  66. on 06 Oct 2012 at 6:45 pm 66.The messenger said …

    63.Anonymous N
    next time you comment I suggest that you use your brain for once.

  67. on 07 Oct 2012 at 3:54 am 67.Anonymous said …

    I like this site. Its fun, and the Christians are funny as hell. IS there a God. Dunno. Don’t care. Doubt it, but the second after I grab my chest and yell ‘gaaaaaaaa…’, I’ll find out.

    In the meanwhile, you Christian screwballs keep posting your drivel and people like me with a lick of common sense will keep laughing at it.

    Good times.

  68. on 07 Oct 2012 at 4:04 pm 68.The messenger said …

    67.Anonymous I can not even begin to explain how much of a fool you really are.

  69. on 24 Nov 2012 at 12:20 am 69.andrew said …

    Im a christian and I’m reading over these proofs at the beginning of this website. I believe that the greatest thing I can do as a christian is love and spread the word of God which I know is trueth. I’m reading over these proofs to broaden my horizon, although I consider them arguements not proofs. Just putting that out there…carry on with whatever you guys were talking about.

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