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This gets a little creepy when he starts singing in the little kid`s voice.
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Monday 10/23/06 - 11:22:31 PM
People happened to believe him. Not all people, about 1/3 of the World at this point (interestingly enough, the same ratio of angels that suppossedly fell from Heaven!); how do you know god is NOT talking to you, as he talked to others? They didn't know, they just chose to believe what they felt prudent, usually when they could relate it to something ELSE that had precedent, and recorded it in such an authoritative way that people began to think they were seeing a pattern. However, if god communicated with the Jews directly up to that point ONLY, because they were his chosen people, then why not let them know who the Messiah was going to be? And by the way, about our last philosophical question (posted publicly), for one to have all knowledge available to them, when knowledge is infinite (eternal life perpetuates it), they must be experiencing it all at once; for finding one solitary piece of info out of an infinity of data, could hypothetically take forever;
Monday 10/23/06 - 11:26:24 PM
there would be no reference-point. All knowledge would have to be possessed simultaneously. And unless you're saying that God practices ignorance on himself, I believe those stories about him REPENTING for something he knew he was going to do would be not only impossible for such a god, but are more reminiscent of a belief-system which has been flailing from the time of it's inception to explain the universe, and resorts to any arbitrary or fleeting definition of god for the time being to do so, suit the needs of the public, and move-on. Also, another little theological technicality for you to chew on; if Jews were the chosen people before Christ offered salvation to all, then effectively all who accept god become the chosen ones. So shouldn't Yahweh now be talking to all CHRISTIANS the way he once communicated with the Jews?
Monday 10/23/06 - 11:27:01 PM
Feel free to respond to me privately on that last one, I don't wanna bog this forum down with TOO many technical inquiries at once!
Monday 10/23/06 - 11:27:31 PM
The prophets in Isaiah, Jerehemiah, Amos, Joel, etc. are full of prophecies of Christ. His birthplace, his crucifixtion, his miracles, were all recorded. However, you don't even need all of those prophecies for the people to know. It would be pretty evident when he healed the sick, opened blinded eyes, raised the dead, walked on water, fed the 5,000, and when God rose from the dead. He loves us, and the whole Basis of Christianity is not to point fingers, but to show love. I John says God is love, and perfect love casteth aside fear. Jesus was nothing but love and he only wants love in return. It doesn't require works, or finances, or baptism, or whatever certain others think. God Bless you man. And no man has seen God's face...Moses saw his backside, anyways, He sent his son a sacrifice for us to choose. We don't have to, but it will all be cleared up after our death. Just ask your self man, what if?
Monday 10/23/06 - 11:34:35 PM
As much as I'd rather stay out of this debate, I feel this must be said: ChristMarine stated "I think it's harder not to believe in God." This is a roundabout way of saying "I think it's easier to believe in God," which is precisely why secular-types tend to look down thier noses at the devout. In the minds of the secular, the devout are taking the easy way out by just letting God handle everything, instead of thinking about other ways the universe could work.

And if there seems to be a hostility towards Christians in particular, this is probably because some terrible things have been said in the name of Christ, and those things are not easily forgotten. Despite the probability that only a fraction of a fraction of all Christians actually believe those things. I won't list any examples because I'm sure everyone can think of thier own.

Monday 10/23/06 - 11:38:47 PM
yeah i said that weird, i am only a freshman in college working on my degree in political science, young and optimistic, lol. Hey but i did make an A on my history test, YESSS!!!! :)

But on the universal creation just points towards a Creator, thats all :)

Monday 10/23/06 - 11:48:03 PM
But I (and others) personally feel the evidence does NOT point towards a Creator. We feel that, given the laws of physics (as humanity knows them, anyway), any evidence pointing towards a Creator is flimsy, at best. Since there is no record of the creation of the universe (the Bible and other holy books don't count since they were written long afterward), literally everything is just theory.
Tuesday 10/24/06 - 1:02:27 AM
I just deleted several posts I've made in this thread. ChristMarine, I've studied philosophy for approximately seven years. I can offer you a dozen resources on biblical inaccuracies, fallacies, scientific impossibilities, contradictions and immoral suggestions.

I attacked you because your three credentials you've presented include the military, christianity and fraternity. I can't even take you seriously. Open minded my ass.

I'll leave it at this: we disagree.

R U Kidding and Suicism, much love on excellent commentary.

I'm borderline drunk. I'm tired. I have to work in the morning.

Peace.

Tuesday 10/24/06 - 2:05:11 AM
To complement Ignignot and Master Shake, its Meatwad!

lets just say this is something only the real meatwad can enjoy. the rest of us find the religion and the voice creepy.

Tuesday 10/24/06 - 2:07:13 AM
First of all a fraternity is a brotherhood of friends, I don't drink and I don't or have ever had sex. The USMC is not a sin, when the 10 Commandments says thou shall not kill,its talking about murder,not killing to ensure the freedom of others. And I am a Christian because the Jesus Christ is the Lord of my life. So don't challenge me and my credentials, your the one thats drunk and having to work in the morning. Secondly I am 18 years old and I still know more about this than you, all you can do is offer criticism. Oh of course there are scientific impossibilities with a supernatural creator. I know its scientifically impossible for a man to rise from the dead, but it wasn't a man, it was God the Son, and it happened. Contradictions no, if you read and look at the greek and hebrew and don't take it out of context like many ignorant people do, then you will also see that this is not right. Don't give me your "facts", it just seems your trying awfully hard to make yourself fe
Tuesday 10/24/06 - 2:10:45 AM
I always wondered what Dustin Rhodes did with his life after leaving the WWF.
Tuesday 10/24/06 - 2:15:23 AM
el better. I don't understand why you have to act so hateful when I was being kind. The size, position and angle of the earth is a scientific phenomenon to see, A few degrees closer to the sun and we'd disintegrate, a few degrees further and we'd freeze. The axis of the earth is tilted at a perfect 23 degree angle, and it's no mistake that it is. This allows equal global distribution to the rays of the sun making it possible for the food chain to exist. Or take for example the combination of nitrogen and oxygen in the atmosphere that we breathe. It just happens to be the exact mix that life needs to prosper, it doesn't happen on any other planet that way. You see, the Bible says the invisible things of God are clearly seen through His creation, to believe this is not hard. If there is a design, there is a designer. If there is a plan, there's a planner... and if there's a miracle, there is a God.
Tuesday 10/24/06 - 2:22:09 AM
It simply boggles the mind to think that the stars will rotate with such exact precision that it's true. That the atomic clock with an error factor of less than three seconds per millenium is set by the way they move. Though they silently orbit, the sun, the stars are like celestial evangelists above, who circle the earth every 24 hours, shouting in every language that THERE IS A GOD!Atheism is the wedge under the foundation of our faith trying to topple our relationship with Christ. there is no God, he rejects the truth God painted on the canvas of the night. Atheism has never created an artistic masterpiece, never healed a fatal disease or calmed a fear. Atheism has still never given answers to our existence,
It's God who sits on the circle of the earth of Calvary to save our souls from hell and the grave. It's God who creates, God who delivers, God who heals and God who is worthy of a thunderous ovation of praise!


Tuesday 10/24/06 - 2:25:56 AM
That points to Intelligent design for me,not a BIG OL' COSMIC BLast, thats a statistical impossibility. :) Good Day
Tuesday 10/24/06 - 6:45:33 AM
Who has proven that it's a statistical impossibility, Christ Marine?
Tuesday 10/24/06 - 11:44:44 AM
ChristMarine, your digging yourself a whole. Particular concerning the "Big Ol' Cosmic Blast." It is not a statistical impossibility. When you start studying astronomical phenomenons such as black holes, black, brown, and white dwarf stars, as well as other inquisitive astronoical events, it will open your eyes on the statistical POSSIBILITY of a "Big Ol'Cosmic Blast." Now, with that said. I am a Christian, not a devout Christian, but still a man of faith. I commend you for you strong mural views, as well as Suicism, Home Brew, and R_U_Kidding for theirs. Its always intriguing to see others' points of views. When you start to study some of natures phenomenons, it can do one of two things, make you question your faith, or solidify your scientific position on the creation of us, this Earth, and our heavens. Personally, I am just thankful to be here....and for Crown.....more Crown than anything. Ooh, and women, thankful for women. Okay, so women, crown, and family/frie
Tuesday 10/24/06 - 11:51:06 AM
As for Mr. Fox and Lil Markie, yeah, it is lame and a bit creepy. Coming up baptist, I had to witness similar youth programs like that of Lil Markie. Although we may think its lame, I, as a father, would rather my son watch programs such as that of Mr. Fox than watch programs of men dressed in tights and helmets kicking one another. Do I force him to watch these types of programs, no. I do limit his time with other programs such as Power Rangers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for the simple reason that I dont want him to run up to me and try one of those kicks on me and having an impact on whether or not he will be able to have a brother or sister.

OOH, and that last sentence on the previous post was supposed to be Women, crown, and family/friends.....lol

later guys, have fun.

Tuesday 10/24/06 - 12:30:27 PM
you spelled Hole wrong...
Tuesday 10/24/06 - 12:34:22 PM
The Big Bang theory proposes the idea that all matter and energy was at on time densely concentrated at a single point in the universe and measured approximately the size of an electron (Taylor, 1995). Evolutionists teach that for some unknown reason this concentrated mass of material exploded producing the first organization of particles. This process supposedly progressed over a period of billions of years, during which time a single-celled organism developed into complex life forms.
Several significant problems with the Big Bang theory immediately come to mind:
I. Where did all the material present in the Big Bang come from?
2. Why did the material suddenly explode?
3. Can an explosion bring about order?
Evolutionary scientists have left the answer to the first two of these questions as simply "UNKNOWN/' However, because of scientific experiment, the third question can be answered with an emphatic "NO."
Tuesday 10/24/06 - 12:36:51 PM
It is an observable fact that the addition of certain types of energy, such as heat, always bring about disorder rather than structure. The evolutionary theory ignores this fact with the supposition of the Big Bang. By assigning approximately 12 to 15 billion years to the formation of the universe, the evolutionary theory masks the fact that the addition of chaotic energy always results in chaos. This time scale is based solely on the assumption that given enough time and a "steady addition of energy, it is possible for order to come about". However, even with the addition of billions of years, the evolutionary theory continues to contradict the observable natural laws of nature.

The second law of thermodynamics holds that "all natural systems degenerate when left to themselves". This means that without interceding factors, chemical compounds ultimately break apart into simpler materials, rather than increasing in complexity...

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