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Christianity Thomas on 05 Aug 2009 12:03 am

God’s love

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10 Responses to “God’s love”

  1. on 05 Aug 2009 at 1:34 pm 1.VeridicusX said …

    Yes, just think about what John 3:16 means.

    It means that on top of all the atrocities that God is supposed to be responsible for in the “Old Testament”, God is also a cosmic pedophile.

    God made an approximately 13 year old girl pregnant!
    While she was betrothed to another!

    That’s got to be Statutory Rape or something.

    Ask yourself, why would any thinking person of integrity accept any of the sick, perverted, (and happily false), stories in the Bible?

  2. on 05 Aug 2009 at 3:48 pm 2.luvHim9 said …

    wow veridicusX thats ridiculous! God had to get His Son on earth in some way that wasnt too obvious because we’re supposed to just beleive in Him….and He didnt rape the girl and who said she was 13? no one knows that He put the baby in womb there was no sexual intercourse involved…to send my Lord and Savior, Precious Baby Jesus to this earth to live a perfect life yet die for mine and your sinful one…how can anyone reject that love?

  3. on 05 Aug 2009 at 8:39 pm 3.Burebista said …

    Obvious racism here. Why would an atheist even pretend to have any framework for judging morality? What gives them the right to tell someone else what is moral and what is not.

  4. on 06 Aug 2009 at 9:48 am 4.VeridicusX said …

    The average age of marriage, for Jewish girls, at the time, according to rabbinic sources, was 12 (that is still the age of consent in some parts of the World today).

    Other sources say the average age of first marriage for Jewish girls was 15.

    Either way, if the unlikely story were true, we’re looking at a child who was betrothed to another, which meant that she was effectively married to someone already.

  5. on 07 Aug 2009 at 3:50 am 5.Moose said …

    “Obvious racism here. Why would an atheist even pretend to have any framework for judging morality? What gives them the right to tell someone else what is moral and what is not.”

    I wasn’t aware beliefs constituted race. Who knew?

  6. on 11 Aug 2009 at 5:40 pm 6.David said …

    Took me about a minute to realize that I was hearing yet another line of nonsense…God’s love, let me read a verse, best way to know God is through the Bible…blah, blah, blah, blah…it never fails…how do we know, even if a God exists, that it loves anyone? From what I have seen, even if there is a creator, it washed Its hands with us after creating the universe…wow, it is difficult to write even by sitting on the fence about this nonsense…I want to know who has heard God say that he loves one single person on this earth…Who had coffee with God to learn this?…Oh, I forget, I think God does love that one of possibly several people that just happened to be away from the world trade center when the planes smashed into it, killing thousands…they were blessed, as God spared them…they were possibly making a run for donuts or coffee for the office, or their office was being renovated, and on that day, God spared them, cause, He, here we go, yet another one from the religious, “Had A Plan For Them,” or “It Was Not Their Time To Go.” They were truly blessed, huh? And the people that met their terrible and untimely demise, well, “It Was Their Time To Go.” LoL…When I think about this nonsense, it is hard to believe that people subscribe to such do do…my ex is Mormon and has family that are Mormons (wow, what science-fiction crap that book is)…there are several doctors and surgeons, some making half a million or more a year, that subscribe to such ridiculous crap…and these are super intelligent people…heart, brain, etc, surgeons that believe in a God that lives on some weirdly named planet and in the criminal Joseph Smith…Unreal…

  7. on 19 Aug 2009 at 1:34 am 7.Denis Loubet said …

    Sorry luvhim9, a god attempting to coerce my love with threats of eternal torture just doesn’t work for me. It’s a real turn-off, you know?

    And burbista, I’m curious, what exactly denies me the right to tell someone what’s moral and what’s not? I pretty much have the right to say whatever I want.

    As for frameworks, self interest seems to work great. You just have to have the wits to know what’s in your best interest.

  8. on 20 Aug 2009 at 3:23 am 8.Burebista said …

    You have the perfect right….in the US to spout your morality. However it only makes the atheist a hypocrite since they continually cry foul when a religious entity does the same.

    If your idea of morality is what is in your best interest then I would surmise, in my opinion, you are what is wrong with the world. I would venture a guess that is what the Whabbis do a regular basis when they use children as human shields and hijack airliners. Looking out for THEIR best interest.

  9. on 20 Aug 2009 at 9:59 pm 9.Denis Loubet said …

    No. We cry foul when you try to enforce your morality on us. And we laugh at where you say it comes from. And we criticize it on its own merits. None of these things make us hypocritical.

    Evidently the “Whabbis” don’t know what’s in their best interest.

  10. on 27 Oct 2009 at 4:52 pm 10.Xenon said …

    Exactly who are you to tell anyone what is in their best interest? Isn’t that the problem the atheist have with the so-called religious groups? Hypocrisy is rampant in your self-deluded little world.

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