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No such thing as a "true" Christian
RE: No such thing as a "true" Christian
(30th April 2011, 01:21)Godschild Wrote: First thing you have done is to limit God by discribing Him only as all powerful.

How is 'all powerfull' a limiting statement

Quote: Second is that you believe He is a torturer and scripture says that God desires that no one suffers eternal punishment.

then why invent hell

Quote: Third you believe that God chooses whether or not someone goes to hell, wrong, each individual makes his/her choice. Forth you want to know why God allowed you to be created, freewill is your answer. Your birth was certain, God saw it, your final decision at death is not reversable, God saw it, however everthing in between is your choice by freewill not planned out as you believe. God gives you every chance, He gives us all ever chance and more because He does knows, but He never forces you to make a decision for or against Him.

but god really hates people knowing things does he not.
Adam and eve werein blissfull ignorance then ate of the tree of knowledge and started to think for themselves. That made gos really angry and have the hissy fit to end all hissy fits.
And with out knowledge you cant make informed choices, so no freewill.
also in your deluded world god sends people to eternal torture simply because they ask reasonable questions like, 'can i have some proof of your existance please'.

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As for the question about persons A and B. The thief on the cross beside Jesus accepted Him for who He truly is and as Jesus said "you will be in Paradise with Me". Person B does not make it into heaven because he rejected Christ which is the unforgivable sin, so in the end he could not be perfectly sinless.

you truly believe this shit dont you!
Your universe is one were the nicest person in the world could l be condemed to eternal torment just because they dont believe in something there is no evidence for.

Doesnt seem right to me.

In fact it seems down right stupid.Devil
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RE: No such thing as a "true" Christian
Quote:then why invent hell
So people that reject heaven have something to do.
"There ought to be a term that would designate those who actually follow the teachings of Jesus, since the word 'Christian' has been largely divorced from those teachings, and so polluted by fundamentalists that it has come to connote their polar opposite: intolerance, vindictive hatred, and bigotry." -- Philip Stater, Huffington Post

"A lot of people are unwilling to acknowledge anything that contradicts their worldview. So telling them that it's false doesn't necessarily slow them down. That's how urban legends get started for the most case. Like the woman who supposedly put her poodle in the microwave to dry it off. And it exploded." David Mikkelson (snopes)
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RE: No such thing as a "true" Christian
(30th April 2011, 07:24)tackattack Wrote:
Quote:then why invent hell
So people that reject heaven have something to do.

When you think about it, Hell would make a great moto-cross track.
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RE: No such thing as a "true" Christian
flaming hoop reference or endless track reference?? both?
"There ought to be a term that would designate those who actually follow the teachings of Jesus, since the word 'Christian' has been largely divorced from those teachings, and so polluted by fundamentalists that it has come to connote their polar opposite: intolerance, vindictive hatred, and bigotry." -- Philip Stater, Huffington Post

"A lot of people are unwilling to acknowledge anything that contradicts their worldview. So telling them that it's false doesn't necessarily slow them down. That's how urban legends get started for the most case. Like the woman who supposedly put her poodle in the microwave to dry it off. And it exploded." David Mikkelson (snopes)
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RE: No such thing as a "true" Christian
(30th April 2011, 07:55)tackattack Wrote: flaming hoop reference or endless track reference?? both?

Neither,

great terrrain

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RE: No such thing as a "true" Christian
Heaven gets the dried up old maid virgins.

Hell gets the smokin' hot babes.

Easy choice.

(I used to say, "I know where I'm going when I die, that's why I want to be buried with a stick, a bag of marshmallows, and some chocolate coated graham crackers.")
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