adorable amatuer twink preacher blames god for disasters in Japan and Haiti

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    Mar 14, 2011 9:38 AM GMT



    SOOOO cute. but SOOOO irrational icon_confused.gif
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    Mar 14, 2011 3:52 PM GMT
    ...wow. i can't hear some of what he said...he mumbled..... overall i agree on him being irrational. icon_eek.gif
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    Mar 14, 2011 7:10 PM GMT
    Thanks for an interesting post. He's quite a speaker.

    "Irrational"? Maybe to pagans, e.g., those who are too "smart" and "important" for the Bible and Christianity. That's a little like saying that Western Civilization is "irrational."

    Is the pagan concept that "Nothing created everything" rational? Don't think so.

    The summary "adorable amatuer (sic) twink preacher blames god (sic)..." is not accurate in my opinion. Bible prophecy predicts an increase in disturbances like earthquakes in the end times.

    The guy points out things like (a) the culture is corrupt, (b) sinners should repent, (c) we should think about standing in judgment before God, and (d) accept Christ as Lord and Savior.

    Those sound like mainstream Christian teachings.

    If there's a better explanation than the Bible about where we came from, why we're here, the mind of God, and where we're going, I'd like to hear it.





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    Mar 14, 2011 7:15 PM GMT
    jockfever saidIf there's a better explanation than the Bible about where we came from, why we're here, the mind of God, and where we're going, I'd like to hear it.


    I cannot explain "the mind of God" to you, because I've seen no convincing evidence that this "God" exists. If you have some to show me, I'd like to see it.
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    Mar 14, 2011 7:18 PM GMT
    Who do we blame for the meteor that hit the Earth 65 million years ago and ended the dinasours?
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    Mar 14, 2011 8:09 PM GMT
    Who do we blame for autotune?
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    Mar 14, 2011 8:28 PM GMT
    jockfever said

    Is the pagan concept that "Nothing created everything" rational? Don't think so.





    fact is we dont know...


    so dont go thinking you "think" or "know" anything

    The last thing you should do is get your ideas from Religious beliefs.

    The Bible.... i take it ur talking about the King james ED....

    why would you ever... and i mean ever... take anything in that book to be true let alone a basis for creation and morality.... are you fucking retarded...

    I dare you to read genesis... seriously you'll drop that book like a sack of potatoes and burn the damn thing... the "christian bible" is plainly.... FUCKING RETARDED

    read the stupid ass book and apologize to real jock for saying

    "f there's a better explanation than the Bible about where we came from, why we're here, the mind of God, and where we're going, I'd like to hear it"


    implying that the Judeo-Christian side of creation has any credibility in the slightest is on it's own insane and delusional

    sci-fi movies are more realistic than the bible.

    believe in starwars or something

    at least that delusional belief will be entertaining







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    Mar 14, 2011 9:04 PM GMT
    dhinkansas saidWho do we blame for autotune?


    Glee.
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    Mar 14, 2011 9:25 PM GMT
    jockfever saidThanks for an interesting post. He's quite a speaker.

    "Irrational"? Maybe to pagans, e.g., those who are too "smart" and "important" for the Bible and Christianity. That's a little like saying that Western Civilization is "irrational."

    Is the pagan concept that "Nothing created everything" rational? Don't think so.

    The summary "adorable amatuer (sic) twink preacher blames god (sic)..." is not accurate in my opinion. Bible prophecy predicts an increase in disturbances like earthquakes in the end times.

    The guy points out things like (a) the culture is corrupt, (b) sinners should repent, (c) we should think about standing in judgment before God, and (d) accept Christ as Lord and Savior.

    Those sound like mainstream Christian teachings.

    If there's a better explanation than the Bible about where we came from, why we're here, the mind of God, and where we're going, I'd like to hear it.







    Actually, from what i've seen, and with all the hate crimes that have been commited by "christian groups", there's more to back up the theory that christians think they are better than everyone else.

    I know a lot of non-christians and pagans that are more grounded than most christians i know.

    As far as disasters happening, that's life, we know what causes earthquakes and tsunamis, they happen. People that go around blaming a god for everything bad that happens or begging a god to change their lives need to take a hard look at themselves. And ones that credit a god for the fortunes in their lives need to accept they did it for themselves, no one else did it for them.

    The bible was written by people, not dropped to earth by some deity, and has more contradictions than any other books ive read. If you want to follow the bible you should start stoning people who eat seafood.
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    Mar 14, 2011 10:08 PM GMT
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    dhinkansas saidWho do we blame for autotune?


    Glee.


    +1
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    Mar 14, 2011 10:24 PM GMT
    HndsmKansan saidWho do we blame for the meteor that hit the Earth 65 million years ago and ended the dinasours?


    those dinosaurs were sinners. they had to be ended.
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    Mar 14, 2011 10:54 PM GMT
    HndsmKansan saidWho do we blame for the meteor that hit the Earth 65 million years ago and ended the dinasours?



    What is this 65 million years you are talking about? The earth was only created 6000 years ago. And there were no dinosaurs. Satan planted dinosaur bones trying trick us.
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    Mar 14, 2011 11:09 PM GMT
    "adorable amatuer twink"


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    HndsmKansan saidWho do we blame for the meteor that hit the Earth 65 million years ago and ended the dinasours?



    What is this 65 million years you are talking about? The earth was only created 6000 years ago. And there were no dinosaurs. Satan planted dinosaur bones trying trick us.


    And petroleum is created by God for us to burn, not by millions of years of geological processes.
    http://www.minnpost.com/donshelby/2011/02/15/25784/picking_science_that_fits_politics_rep_mike_beard_on_climate_changeBeard believes that "God is not capricious. He's given us a creation that is dynamically stable. We are not going to run out of anything."

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    Mar 14, 2011 11:33 PM GMT
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    HndsmKansan saidWho do we blame for the meteor that hit the Earth 65 million years ago and ended the dinasours?



    What is this 65 million years you are talking about? The earth was only created 6000 years ago. And there were no dinosaurs. Satan planted dinosaur bones trying trick us.


    what he said
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    Mar 15, 2011 2:40 AM GMT
    q1w2e3 saidAnd petroleum is created by God for us to burn, not by millions of years of geological processes.

    I believe its smoke fills his nostrils and pleases him.
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    Mar 15, 2011 2:50 AM GMT
    I can't imagine what his his reaction would have been if he witnessed the year without a summer.
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    Mar 15, 2011 5:01 AM GMT
    dhinkansas saidWho do we blame for autotune?


    An engineer named Andy Hildebrand - who may well be thought of by a good many folk as someone who should have been strangled in his crib.

    Yet, in an interesting convergence of events, Mr. Hildebrand's initial calling was a seismologist:

    EXCERPT from "The New Yorker",The Gerbil's Revenge, 9 June 2008Andy Hildebrand, Auto-Tune’s inventor, spent eighteen years in a field called seismic data exploration, a branch of the oil industry. He worked in signal processing, using audio to map the earth’s subsurface. His technique involved a mathematical model called autocorrelation. The layers below the earth’s surface could be mapped by sending sound waves—dynamite charges work nicely in unpopulated areas—into the earth and then recording their reflections with a geophone. As it happened, autocorrelation could detect pitch as well as oil, and Hildebrand, who had taken some music courses, turned his engineering skills toward pop.




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    Mar 15, 2011 5:19 AM GMT
    HndsmKansan saidWho do we blame for the meteor that hit the Earth 65 million years ago and ended the dinasours?


    The dinosaurs became extinct because the cavemen ate them all. icon_twisted.gif
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    HeartRobb said
    HndsmKansan saidWho do we blame for the meteor that hit the Earth 65 million years ago and ended the dinasours?



    What is this 65 million years you are talking about? The earth was only created 6000 years ago. And there were no dinosaurs. Satan planted dinosaur bones trying trick us.


    Is there really such a thing as "time"? Or has that concept even been planted by Satan in hopes of tricking us as well?

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    Mar 15, 2011 8:50 AM GMT
    Religion is stupid...I mean all those idiots that worship Zeus, Loki, and Gaia, or who believe in Limbo and the happy hunting grounds...

    or just substitute your current mythos....people beleive in a higher power because their parents told them to and most end up following the same religion.

    Sheeple!
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    Mar 15, 2011 8:53 AM GMT
    I blame the Earth's jacked up mantle. It's full of cracked plates and shit!

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    Mar 25, 2011 7:31 PM GMT
    MenschPress: I cannot explain "the mind of God" to you, because I've seen no convincing evidence that this "God" exists. If you have some to show me, I'd like to see it.

    jockfever: The Bible is the greatest insight into the mind of God. Bible prophecy not only tells us the future, it proves that the Bible was divinely inspired. There are hundreds of prophecies about the Messiah in the Old Testament which were fulfilled in the New Testament. There are hundreds more regarding the return of the Messiah that are being fulfilled right before our eyes.

    Once a person rejects the Bible he is on the fast track to nowhere theologically speaking.

    There is, however, Creation and the law of cause and effect, as summarized by Roy Masters:

    Clearly they are saying that the universe had a beginning; but then by all logic, it should have a Beginner, an uncreated Creator. After all, the laws of science are profoundly suggestive of an ordering Mind. And yet science keeps leaving Him out of the event by starting the universe with an already existing "lump." Is the "lump" itself to be considered the Prime Mover of all existence and maker of the laws thereof? Can you seriously imagine all the profound complexities of the universe coming from a mindless lump?

    As can be seen repeatedly on RJ, fallen man has impulses to deny the existence of the Supreme Being.

    Again quoting Roy Masters: "…man can deny God no matter what the evidence. Rebellion doesn't need reasons, although reasons are a useful hiding place."
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    Mar 25, 2011 7:45 PM GMT
    I cant place his accent.
    It bugs me.
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    Mar 25, 2011 8:04 PM GMT
    track_boi: fact is we dont know...

    jockfever: "we dont(sic) know" -- is that like your absolute truth? it's self-contradictory, self-defeating.

    track_boi: so dont go thinking you "think" or "know" anything

    jockfever: Those who don't reject "Nothing created everything" as irrational, aren't qualified to tell anyone what to think or know.

    track_boi: The last thing you should do is get your ideas from Religious beliefs.

    jockfever: Ideas like ’We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, ..."? Ideas like "love thy neighbor"? Ideas like "Thou shalt not murder, steal, lie, commit adultery, etc."? Ideas like "do to others whatever you would have them do to you"? Ideas like men being accountable for their behavior?

    Einstein: "Science without religion is lame"

    One decent Christmas carol is worth more than everything inspired by "we dont(sic) know."


    track_boi: why would you ever... and i mean ever... take anything in that book to be true let alone a basis for creation and morality.... are you fucking retarded...

    jockfever: The Bible is the basis for law, morality, and Western Civilization in general. Christianity is "the finest system of ethics known to man" (Jefferson)

    The men who built the foundations of modern science (Newton, Boyle, Farraday, etc.) were predominantly Christians inspired by the Bible.


    track_boi: I dare you to read genesis... seriously you'll drop that book like a sack of potatoes and burn the damn thing... the "christian bible" is plainly.... FUCKING RETARDED

    jockfever: I've read it. It's beyond human ingenuity, just like the rest of the Bible. Why would pagans find Genesis so disturbing? Because those who rebel against God end up in a bad way?

    "we dont know" compares to the creation narrative in Genesis like a finger painting compares to the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.


    track_boi: read the stupid ass book and apologize to real jock for saying "f there's a better explanation than the Bible about where we came from, why we're here, the mind of God, and where we're going, I'd like to hear it"

    implying that the Judeo-Christian side of creation has any credibility in the slightest is on it's own insane and delusional

    jockfever: We're still waiting for that rational alternative to the Bible account of creation. The f-bombs, slurs, etc. don't exactly reflect a sound grasp of eternal verities.

    If anything they seem like evidence that the most clueless are the most anxious to trash the proven spiritual beliefs of others.


    track_boi sci-fi movies are more realistic than the bible.believe in starwars or something.at least that delusional belief will be entertaining

    jockfever: Even the best works of man have limited entertainment value. The Bible has limitless interest.