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Why the religious right should stop whining about being persecuted.

Discussion in 'Religious Issues' started by Gunhaver, May 25, 2012.


  1. Gunhaver

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    I wouldn't be surprised if there are people who read your post and consider it persecution.
     

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  3. Gunhaver

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    I was thinking that as I posted it. "How many of them will complain that I don't point out the stranglehold the Muslims or the Jews have on our government". Sorry guys, when I'm chewin' ass I prefer Christian ass. Must be the Catholic schoolgirl fantasies.
     
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    Fundamentalist are all similar whether they be Christian, Muslim, or Jewish. They have God in their pockets and that makes them superior to those who don't.
     
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    Your thread's title is: "Why the religious right should stop whining about being persecuted?"

    Your answers: " when I'm chewin's ass I prefer Christian ass".

    Does it sounds very fair?

    NOPE. Then... you just answered your own dumb question.:rofl:
     
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    Here is my reply to your comment: "For every complex question, there is a simple answer.....and it is wrong. (H.L. Mencken).

    Oh, wait.....I have seen this before.....it is actually from your own thought (foot note).:rofl:
     
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    Why is my answer wrong?
     
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    Even an atheist like me can see Christians are unequally viewed by the media.
     
  9. Gunhaver

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    My own dumb question? Do you see a '?' at the end of the thread title? Did you even read the article enough to see that that was the article title sans '?' ?

    If you think I feel guilty because I don't feel the need to point out Islamic BS or Hindu or Taoist BS think again. I don't really feel the need to be fair with my criticisms of dishonesty and insanity.
     
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    'nuff said

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    But you whine like a pansy when your dishonesty and insanity is cited. Signature of the simple minded.

    Yes, the EVIDENCE of the atheist disturbed obsession mounts to conclusive results.
     
  11. Gunhaver

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    You like to rant about atheist insanity but that's subjective. Dishonesty however, cite? Where have I been dishonest?
     
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    Well, for a couple of reasons. Firstly, "having God in your back pocket" is hyperbole. Second, let's define what exactly fundamentalism is:

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fundamentalism

    Essentially, this means people who believe in their religious texts, e.g. The Bible as written.

    So, the negative connotation is yours.
     
  13. Animal Mother

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    You don't think fundamentalism is a bad thing?
     
  14. Kingarthurhk

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    No I do not. I have a fundamental belief in the bible, that it is the accurate word of God. Therefore, I am a fundamentalist.
     
  15. Animal Mother

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    You support slavery? Do you perchance have a daughter of sellable age?
     
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    Yes, Jesus was one of those.
     
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    Old Testament is too easy. Let's go New.

    That whole healing the infirm with a touch thing is a bunch of BS. I mean, who can heal the sick with a touch of the hand?

    Oh yeah, Benny Hinn.
     
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    I didn't know that was a commandment of Christianity. There is a difference between God's direct will and His permissive will.

    It was Christians who ended the slave trade, not secular humanists.
     
  19. Animal Mother

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    According to the NT there are no commandments or laws of Christianity, but that's beside the point here. He didn't say Christianity or NT, he said the Bible. The Bible clearly endorses slavery and allows for the selling of his daughter.
    I'm not saying he has to sell her, just inquiring about availability.
    And it was Christians who perpetrated the slave trade for centuries before that. Clearly those who rose in the 18th and 19th centuries to end it weren't fundamentalists.
     
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    No, I do not support slavery.

    Galatians 3:26-29, "<sup class="versenum">26 </sup>So in Christ Jesus you are all children of God <sup class="crossreference" value='(AR)'></sup> through faith, <sup class="versenum">27 </sup>for all of you who were baptized into Christ <sup class="crossreference" value='(AS)'></sup> have clothed yourselves with Christ. <sup class="crossreference" value='(AT)'></sup> <sup class="versenum">28 </sup>There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, <sup class="crossreference" value='(AU)'></sup> nor is there male and female, <sup class="crossreference" value='(AV)'></sup> for you are all one in Christ Jesus. <sup class="crossreference" value='(AW)'></sup> <sup class="versenum">29 </sup>If you belong to Christ, <sup class="crossreference" value='(AX)'></sup> then you are Abraham’s seed, <sup class="crossreference" value='(AY)'></sup> and heirs <sup class="crossreference" value='(AZ)'></sup> according to the promise. "
     
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