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If Christianity Is So Bad...

Discussion in 'Religious Issues' started by JBnTX, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. TK-421

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    It's actually really funny some of the stuff religious people say, and how often they just ignore posts from people they don't like.

    Take JB for example, he'll say something, a few people will totally blow it to bits and prove it wrong multiple times, and he'll just ignore them completely, as if they hadn't proved it wrong, and keep chugging along spewing crap, as if he's perfect, always right, never wrong, and it's everybody else who are the idiots.. It's quite entertaining to me.
     
  2. Glock36shooter

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    "Booooo Hoooo this is a religious forum why do you guys come here? You don't even believe... why do you post here?"

    I swear to your God like 99% of you people say this over and over and over again. It's pitiful.
     


  3. ksg0245

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    It isn't exactly that atheists have issues with stuff they don't believe in; it's that they have issues with believers forcing or attempting to force those beliefs on others. A few examples that immediately spring to mind; the drive to teach creationism in science class, the resistance to the legalization of homosexual marriage, the threats and assaults against organizations like Planned Parenthood, and the insistence that non-believers can't be moral or trusted.

    Well, no, it isn't; it's more like saying you have issues with Santa Claus believers insisting Santa is real and we should base laws and behaviors on his teachings.

    Yes, in the US, Christian oppression by a virtually powerless minority is well documented.
     
  4. ksg0245

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    Really? Nobody ever said anything about having to answer for anything before. I'm convinced.
     
  5. I'm surprised no one has mentioned the thousands of years of killings of non-Christians by Christians. That probably has something to do with why so many people are Christians now. Heathens, infidels, Christianity, Islam... it's all the same crap.
     
  6. TK-421

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    Check out posts 15, 18, 35, 36, 37, and then how JB totally dodges our responses with post 39.

    http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1455994

    They would rather ignore it than admit it. :rofl:
     
  7. TK-421

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    I can do it too. :tongueout:
     
  8. I did not belittle or call anybody names.

    You asked how somebody could have an issue with something they didn't believe in.

    I used Islam as an example of something that many people don't believe in, but have an issue with.

    You, as an ambassador of Christ, respond with insults and name calling.

    Cool.

    -ArtificialGrape
     
  9. Sharkey

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    So your response wasn't sarcastic?

    Whatever,

    Cool.

    So calling you a non believer and part of a group that are tools is out of bounds? Man, we are getting sensitive.
     
  10. Sharkey

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    Yeah. Good for you. :faint:
     
  11. TK-421

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    Out of bounds? Not for us "non believers". However, it is very un-christian.
     
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  13. Sharkey

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    Ha, that is funny. Ok for you but not for me. Got it.
     
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  14. Sharkey

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    Yeah it's not like non believers have murdered anyone in great numbers either. Don't confuse religious folks with Christians. There is a difference. Yeah, Islam and Christianity are the same. Brilliant.

    So the people who were forced to be Christians just decided , What the hell, we might as well stay Christians? Those religious folks just murdered my family, but hey I'm too lazy to decide to believe in something else so for generations to come, we'll just stay this religion. How does that make sense?
     
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  15. TK-421

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    Not ok for you by your own rules. I never said it wasn't okay for you to do that, while it was okay for non-believers, your own rules are the ones who say it's not okay for you.
     
  16. TK-421

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    Oh, wait, gee, maybe it might be that persecutions by christians against non-christians has been around for longer than the current members of their family have? You have to realize that they weren't persecuted for like 20 years, then the persecution suddenly stopped, and they still decided to be christians. They were persecuted, their children were persecuted, and their grandchildren were the religion of their children, and their great-grandchildren were the religion of their grandchildren. It's not like they had a choice. It was either become a christian or die. And a lot of people chose to become christians. And then their great grandchildren are religious because it's all they've known their entire life. And their great-grandchildren are religious because it's the only thing they've known all their life. And if they weren't christian, then they'd be persecuted for not being christian.

    You should read your history books, christians have been nasty to non-christians for over a thousand years.

    Are you going to suddenly one day stop being a christian if you find out the only reason your family is christian is because your ancestors would've been killed if they hadn't converted? Because I'm pretty sure you'd still be christian, and would make up some excuse as to why you'd remain a christian, if you found out the only reason why you're ancestors are christian is because they would've been tortured to death if they hadn't converted. Even though them being tortured to death would've happened say 700 years ago. And that's why people are still christian, even if their ancestors weren't originally christian before they were forced to convert. Because it's all they've known their whole life, and they want to continue living that way, instead of stopping and thinking about it, and considering a different way of life.
     
  17. It's scary how little logic and thought went into that reply.
     
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  18. Glock36shooter

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    Absolutely... you want to silence the opposition. You can't handle a little debate because in the light of logic your mythology fails you. Given you can't beat us... you want to silence us.
     
  19. Glock36shooter

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    But never as a result of their lack of a belief. No Atheist has ever killed anyone as a tenant of being Atheist. Never.
     
  20. Glock36shooter

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    It doesn't... but you're the only one saying it. But I agree it doesn't make sense. It may be the dumbest most nonsensical thing I've ever read.