another reason why the Christian bible is false

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  1. Hapsburg Hellenistic polytheist Valued Senior Member

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    No, it was based directly from the incoherent ramblings and hallucinations of a few drunk and heat-stricken morons in the middle of the desert in 110 degree heat.
     
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  3. RickyH Valued Senior Member

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    It's hardlly that hot in most places the bible was set in.
     
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  5. RickyH Valued Senior Member

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    I'm sure that's the idea.
     
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  7. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

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    I probably know far more about it than you.

    Good point. And those legal systems are working very well, are they?

    In order to irradicate all religion, of course. Religion is and will be mankinds downfall.
     
  8. Hapsburg Hellenistic polytheist Valued Senior Member

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    The Sudan is not hot? Egypt is not hot? Look on a map, you dick, both are part of the greater Sahara and Subsaharan savannah regions. Both can get very hot, and very dry, leading to delirious hallucinatory ramblings caused by nutrient deprivation, dehydration, and heat stroke.
     
  9. iam Banned Banned

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    This is rarely acknowledged or noticed. This really obvious deception. The crucifixion of jesus christ is the symbolism of a scapegoat. What kind of religion uses a scapegoat so that a whole bunch of assholes can be free from the responsiblities of their sins? Jesus took on the sins of the world, one poor guy so that a bunch of nondeserving jerks could get into heaven?? How convenient. But not surprising how the most evil setup is painted as good and pure. What a scary and pitiful creature humans are, worse than animals. Considering we have the ability to be better than that if we really tried and put forth the effort. I don't live by those standards and I believe others should recycle their own garbage and take personal responsiblity for their 'sins' as well as be accountable for them just as I should. This is the only way to realistically produce a healthier society not by excusing and passing the buck onto an imaginary being thereby delusionally relieving ourselves of our own faults so that we do not have to change, make corrections, or improve ourselves or be responsible to others. Maybe in a million years from now, our descendants will look back in disbelief, shame and mockery at the heinous, atrocious, primitive, insane foundation we kept building our castles upon.
     
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  10. Ophiolite Valued Senior Member

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    Ricky doesn't have such a hot education, Hapsburg. Though I understand he has a very high GPA.
     
  11. RickyH Valued Senior Member

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    Well granted that there are some hot places, look where alot of it happen. Where some of the most influencing verses come from. They all come from Israel, which stays at a pretty moderate temperature.
     
  12. RickyH Valued Senior Member

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    Then so be it. But I am learning.

    I like to believe so. But is it the legal system, or the people in the legal systems fault?

    I think it would more or less be from a direct cause. Man, and his inabilty to evolve enough to not have racial views, or any discriminations against another person. Which I guess a solution to this would be to end religion. But I'm sure there is a better way. Perhaps worrying about such things, and who is right could be ended, but that would be as ridiculous to ask to stop as to stop religon. It's almost facist to do so. The same idea came along with Hitler and the Jews. I don't think this has ever actually worked to well for society, because we will find something else wrong.
     
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  13. RickyH Valued Senior Member

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    What comes to mind when I hear this is Catholism.

    I believe Jesse Ventura once said "People who use religion are weak, they use it as a religious crutch" This is a rough translation of it. I heard this quote months ago, and it's a little sketchy in my mind. But regardless that is the main point of what he said. I think you would agree with this. I think some people need religion aswell. But if they are dependent on religion perhaps they can be dependent on other things.
    This would take a very long time. Not to mention i don't think many would support this idea. But a good idea i must admitt. I believe the human race needs to evolve enough to be able to accept something for what it is before we can began something on this level.


    I would hope so to.
     
  14. Hapsburg Hellenistic polytheist Valued Senior Member

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    Hey, I'm like...the opposite. I'm real fuckin smart, but I'm just too lazy to do the work.

    And Rick- everything written in the bible came from the ridiculous ramblings of desert drifters, simple as that.
     
  15. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

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    We still swear an oath on a bible.

    I'm not talking about racism or genocide. I'm talking about religion.

    If we were to remove the belief in the supernatural, we could concentrate on the problems of the world rather than the make believe.
     
  16. iam Banned Banned

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    Perfecto. Nailed it. Concise, precise and true in a nutshell.
     
  17. RickyH Valued Senior Member

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    What is to say the effects would be different from what's happened in the past with acts of racism, or genocide. But your claims make it to be so absolute. How do you know this plan would actually work. What if the destruction of religion cause so much of a problem, that world war 3 happened. How can you be sure the destruction of religion will not be the end of the world? We as humans have shown no signs of being evolved enough to do this.
     
  18. Woody Musical Creationist Registered Senior Member

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    Q said:

    The biblical antichrist will promote that view, and deceive many (I Thes 5:3):

    Mankind can do a pretty good job of destroying himself without anyone's help and without religion(Mat 24:21-22):

     
  19. Mythbuster Mushroomed Registered Senior Member

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    You've seen movies of Superman flying around New York City. Since New York city exists that makes Superman real and can fly?

    Jesus existing is a moot point to me. Either way, donkey's don't talk, snakes don't turn into wood, and human flesh does not survive rigor mortis. Jesus existed? So what.
     
  20. Woody Musical Creationist Registered Senior Member

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    Christopher Reeve died like everyone else, so he wasn't really superman. Jesus on the otherhand was Jesus.
     
  21. spidergoat Liddle' Dick Tater Valued Senior Member

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    Woody, you couldn't follow Jesus if you were on rollerblades and he was stapled to your prick.
     
  22. Woody Musical Creationist Registered Senior Member

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    I certainly wouldn't try it that way, but I think I understand what you are trying to say. You are telling me you don't want me to follow Jesus, but that's too bad. I'll follow Him anyway.

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  23. SnakeLord snakeystew.com Valued Senior Member

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    And died.. just like everyone else at the time. Lol.
     

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