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Another Attack On Christianity

Discussion in 'Religious Issues' started by Jayhawkai, Apr 22, 2011.

  1. MedicOni

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    Lol you call that an attack? Just cause Google ignores a popular myth?
     


  2. 9jeeps

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    Christianity is like the 2nd A. It protects everyone else's rights and freedoms. But they still want to get rid of it for doing so.
     
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  3. Jayhawkai

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    Last time I checked, Christianity was a massive list of prohibitions on what you could do coupled with a bunch of false promises and threats.
     
  4. AlexHassin

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    its a christian holiday? i thought that was sunday
     
  5. Kingarthurhk

    Kingarthurhk Isaiah 53:4-9

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    This sounds familiar...

    :supergrin:

    I knew it sounded familiar.
     
  6. Great scene.

    Now go away or I shall taunt you a second time.
     
  7. Animal Mother

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    How does Christianity protect anyone's freedoms? Even those denominations who say that the only thing needed for salvation is to accept Christ as savior quickly add on a laundry list of prohibited activities, pursuits, and beliefs.
     
  8. I also don't get what protection you believe Christianity is providing.
     
  9. Blast

    Blast 'nuff said

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    And you are free to accept or reject without repercussion.

    Still you radical atheists attack Christianity with rabid dog like magnitude.
    Such behavior is indicative of deep rooted emotional/psychological issues.
    Another strange thing... at the same time, you defend a religion that is totally contrary to liberal policy and advocates violence. Get your priorities straight.:upeyes:
    Help is available. Counseling and/or drugs are options.
     
  10. BicycleDay43

    BicycleDay43 00 Buck dude

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    Lmao..this isn't rocket science...earth day can be appreciated by anyone that's a human. Good Friday is a CHRISTIAN holiday. Why should Christians get any more recognition than the next religion?
     
  11. Animal Mother

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    In the US, it's theoretically true you're free to accept or reject any religion without repercussion. But that isn't the result of Christianity, it's the result of a secular government decision.
    I think you're projecting your own failings on to others. I neither attack Christianity nor defend any other religion, though I do defend the rights of all religions to exist and practice their beliefs absent harm to others, absurd though I may find them.
     
  12. Kingarthurhk

    Kingarthurhk Isaiah 53:4-9

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    This is why the First Amendment is a wonderful thing. The concept being, to not allow a government to dictate a religion, or regulate free expression. Without this right, there can be no substantial freedom for anyone.
     
  13. packsaddle

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    Everybody celebrated their respective religions on Good Friday in one form or another.

    Christians celebrated Jesus by praying, worship, etc.

    Environmentalists celebrated Mother Earth by turning off lights, recycling, etc.

    Atheists celebrated FSM by watching porn, getting drunk, etc.

    Catholics celebrated The Blessed Virgin Mary by performing superfluous rituals, attending liturgical services, etc.

    The list goes on and on.

    In summary, everybody celebrated Good Friday in their own unique way, even if they didn't know they were doing it.
     
  14. Your post comes from a place of arrogance, ignorance or dishonesty, even if you don't know it.
     
  15. steveksux

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    As long as you fall in line.

    Until you want to drink in a dry county.
    Until you want to buy a 6 pack of beer on Christmas.
    Until you want to get an abortion.
    Until you fall in love with someone of the same sex and want to marry them.

    But basically, as long as what you want to do falls in line with Christian tenets, yeah, they protect your rights.

    Randy
     
  16. steveksux

    steveksux Massive Member

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    This is true. Atheists can celebrate porn all year long.. :tongueout::rofl: What better way to pay tribute to the Great Noodly Appendage?

    Randy
     
  17. In Pakistan over the weekend, Muslims continued to brutalize Christians -a young woman was raped and a pastor attacked.

    Animal Mother claims to defend religions as long as they don't hurt anybody, so will you now stop defending Islam, AM?

    'Alarmed Pig Farmer' (Islam is very porkophobic) at another site, wrote, "Is rape a sacrament in the Islamic belief system? I mean, the blonde American journalist got the service in Cairo, then the brunette got serviced in Libya. Come to think of it, is Islam a product or a service?"
     
  18. Toorop

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    The articles author is upset that the media doesnt portray Earth Day and the spirit behind it in a negative light? Taking care of the environment is hard to turn into a negative issue. Whereas the rampant child rape in the church along with their covering it up is a pretty easy story to write in a negative manner. How does one make that a positive?
     
  19. Toorop

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    What happened in Cairo and in Libya is not about religion. It is however about politics.

    A woman was raped in Italy. Does that mean all Catholics support rape and that Catholicism is about rape?