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Who was "he" talking to?
#31
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(5th January 2017, 00:40)Godschild Wrote:
(4th January 2017, 20:37)chimp3 Wrote: Fantasy is fantasy. Best practised during story telling . I prefer Kurt Vonnegut stories to any iron age sado masochist tall tales.

Fantasy? You have proof of that I suppose. If so please present it, if I'm wrong I would like to know it. It better be good because I know God personally.

GC

Case closed.  You're as crazy as a shithouse rat.


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#32
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(5th January 2017, 13:59)downbeatplumb Wrote:
(5th January 2017, 00:40)Godschild Wrote: Fantasy? You have proof of that I suppose. If so please present it, if I'm wrong I would like to know it. It better be good because I know God personally.

GC

Well the bible is an obvious fantasy so any faith based on that is dubious, have you read it?

Obvious? I see nothing in the Bible that's fantasy. Yes, I've read it from beginning to end and many hours studying it. No fantasy, all reality. Believe I asked for some proof not just what pops into the head.

GC
Friedrich Nietzsche is dead and by the study of scripture so will his lies die... GOD

A casual stroll through hell proves that faith is everything...GOD

If anyone here or someone you know has an addiction and wants to talk or find help you can P.M. me and we can go from there.
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#33
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(5th January 2017, 00:40)Godschild Wrote:
(4th January 2017, 20:37)chimp3 Wrote: Fantasy is fantasy. Best practised during story telling . I prefer Kurt Vonnegut stories to any iron age sado masochist tall tales.

Fantasy? You have proof of that I suppose. If so please present it, if I'm wrong I would like to know it. It better be good because I know God personally.

GC

No proof needed,  I did not make a scientific claim and neither did you.
“God will endure for as long as the reasons that brought him into being;And so will those who deny him.” ― Michel Onfray





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#34
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(6th January 2017, 07:20)chimp3 Wrote:
(5th January 2017, 00:40)Godschild Wrote: Fantasy? You have proof of that I suppose. If so please present it, if I'm wrong I would like to know it. It better be good because I know God personally.

GC

No proof needed,  I did not make a scientific claim and neither did you.

You're correct neither did but then most court cases do not deal in scientific claims. We are not discussing science the supernatural is the discussion and I think you know what I was getting at. Neither of us have the proof the other requires and my objection was to your wording against what I believe.

GC
Friedrich Nietzsche is dead and by the study of scripture so will his lies die... GOD

A casual stroll through hell proves that faith is everything...GOD

If anyone here or someone you know has an addiction and wants to talk or find help you can P.M. me and we can go from there.
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#35
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(2nd January 2017, 19:17)Idontbelieveit Wrote: "And God said, Let there be light".

(a) Why would a god have to *say* anything?
(b) Who or what was around to hear and action the request?

(A) Just because the words were said don't mean they had to be... What would make you think otherwise?

(B) the Other Members of Creation.
1Thess 5:21 Question all things and hold on to what is good.
That doesn't mean question just the questionable, it also means that we should question the foundational. If you have a biblically based question you'd rather not openly discuss i am happy to receive any PM's discretely, or Email [email protected]

A/S/K= ask, seek, knock. As outlined in luke 11:5-13
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#36
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(5th January 2017, 18:28)Godschild Wrote:
(5th January 2017, 13:59)downbeatplumb Wrote: Well the bible is an obvious fantasy so any faith based on that is dubious, have you read it?

Obvious? I see nothing in the Bible that's fantasy. Yes, I've read it from beginning to end and many hours studying it. No fantasy, all reality. Believe I asked for some proof not just what pops into the head.

GC

I give you the tale IN THE BIBLE of Sampson and delila.

http://christianity.about.com/od/biblest...elilah.htm

This is a woman who robbed a man of his strength by giving him a haircut.
All reality no fantasy, yeah right.

Quote:Using her powers of seduction and deception, Delilah persistently wore down Samson with her repeated requests, until he finally divulged the crucial information. Having taken the Nazirite vow at birth, Samson had been set apart to God. As part of that vow, his hair was never to be cut.

When Samson told Delilah that his strength would leave him if a razor were to be used on his head, she cunningly crafted her plan with the Philistine rulers.

I could go on but it really is a load of bollocks. And rather obvious bollocks at that. I cannot believe that anybody can believe tat that is real for even a moment, how gullible would you have to be!
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#37
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(6th January 2017, 12:51)downbeatplumb Wrote:
(5th January 2017, 18:28)Godschild Wrote: Obvious? I see nothing in the Bible that's fantasy. Yes, I've read it from beginning to end and many hours studying it. No fantasy, all reality. Believe I asked for some proof not just what pops into the head.

GC

I give you the tale IN THE BIBLE of Sampson and delila.

http://christianity.about.com/od/biblest...elilah.htm

This is a woman who robbed a man of his strength by giving him a haircut.
All reality no fantasy, yeah right.


What's fantasy here is you believe that this woman robbed him of his strength.

dbp Wrote:
Quote:Using her powers of seduction and deception, Delilah persistently wore down Samson with her repeated requests, until he finally divulged the crucial information. Having taken the Nazirite vow at birth, Samson had been set apart to God. As part of that vow, his hair was never to be cut.

When Samson told Delilah that his strength would leave him if a razor were to be used on his head, she cunningly crafted her plan with the Philistine rulers.

I could go on but it really is a load of bollocks. And rather obvious bollocks at that. I cannot believe that anybody can believe tat that is real for even a moment, how gullible would you have to be!

Now let me explain what I said above. As you posted Samson took a vow to God and then broke that vow, he sinned against God and God took his power. Delilah was an instrument in God's work, if you hadn't given up on the rest of the story you might have seen what I'm explaining. Samson's power was restored even though his hair had been cut off, the whole time it was God's power within Samson, some of the same power that created the universe.

GC
Friedrich Nietzsche is dead and by the study of scripture so will his lies die... GOD

A casual stroll through hell proves that faith is everything...GOD

If anyone here or someone you know has an addiction and wants to talk or find help you can P.M. me and we can go from there.
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#38
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(6th January 2017, 12:15)Godschild Wrote:
(6th January 2017, 07:20)chimp3 Wrote: No proof needed,  I did not make a scientific claim and neither did you.

You're correct neither did but then most court cases do not deal in scientific claims. We are not discussing science the supernatural is the discussion and I think you know what I was getting at. Neither of us have the proof the other requires and my objection was to your wording against what I believe.

GC

Touche'! My objection is to the wording of what you say also. We can agree to object to one another.
“God will endure for as long as the reasons that brought him into being;And so will those who deny him.” ― Michel Onfray





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#39
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
Sup mofos
"Of course, everyone will claim they respect someone who tries to speak the truth, but in reality, this is a rare quality. Most respect those who speak truths they agree with, and their respect for the speaking only extends as far as their realm of personal agreement. It is less common, almost to the point of becoming a saintly virtue, that someone truly respects and loves the truth seeker, even when their conclusions differ wildly." 

-walsh
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#40
RE: Who was "he" talking to?
(5th January 2017, 00:40)Godschild Wrote: Fantasy? You have proof of that I suppose. If so please present it, if I'm wrong I would like to know it.

Here's the thing,GC. You have this reaction to what is a fairly mundane assertion, then in the same virtual breath you go on to say

(5th January 2017, 00:40)Godschild Wrote: It better be good because I know God personally.

and you don't see a problem with that?
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