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Treating Depression with the Oxytocin
April 2, 2012
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Sin can't cause depression because if it did every human would be depressed.

If Y only happens sometimes after X, then X is not the cause of Y.

It's pretty simple, really.

It's silly to think God is gonna cry Himself to sleep at night because of something He predicted perfectly when he created Adam and Eve. God knew Adam and Eve would screw up. God knew 6000 years ago what state humanity would be in as a result of sin. Do you think it rains because God is sad and that the volcano erupts when he's angry? It wouldn't surprise me if you did, given that you think God has human emotions.

"it is easy to grow crazy"

April 3, 2012
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"at1with0" wrote: Sin can't cause depression because if it did every human would be depressed.

If Y only happens sometimes after X, then X is not the cause of Y.

It's pretty simple, really.

It's silly to think God is gonna cry Himself to sleep at night because of something He predicted perfectly when he created Adam and Eve. God knew Adam and Eve would screw up. God knew 6000 years ago what state humanity would be in as a result of sin. Do you think it rains because God is sad and that the volcano erupts when he's angry? It wouldn't surprise me if you did, given that you think God has human emotions.

Yes, it pretty simple atwith0 . Sin has a great deal to do with the depression that is suffered on this planet, whether its directly or indirectly.

Yes, God has human emotions, because He chose to become human , so He ,Himself could walk the earth and teach us, as well as die for our salvation.

If you want to make fun of me, and treat me like a small child because I believe this, go ahead.

I'm not here to exchange insults , only give an honest viewpoint.

God Bless you.

April 3, 2012
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"humphreys" wrote: Contrary to popular belief, as well as not causing depression, masturbation does not cause blindness, either.

Now, where did I leave my glasses? :think:

Oh, what's the point... 😐

OPN said the " sin of excessive masturbation "

some is ok...too much is excessive... ?

recreational sex in marriage ? or procreation only ? what now ?

some is ok ...too much is excessive... ? OPN , what is apropriate sex in

marriage ? how frequent ?

April 3, 2012
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arguably sociopathologists have acknowledged characteristics of individuals
whom are wacko functioning adults -( children too.) that demonstrate an
complete absence of remorse in committing heinous crimes, yet do feel, demonstrate, and possess feelings and an apparent normal range of emotions. this anomoly of compartmentalization makes detection and profiling
criminals difficult.

I believe this is called partitioning /compartmentalization ( I hate you spell check)examples have been cited in American literature that include, the subjects great concern for co- workers safety ( if real) and security . yet latter ,committing murders. complete strangers were fair game , but if you were a friend / or family member ,you were protected ( excluded) in other words perpetrators , demonstrated feelings for family members but completely negate the emotions - empathize w/ their victims while they committed crimes.

from an ecclesiastical point of view, in light of recent disscussions of sin , remorse ( dex ) etc... to consider, an more transparent detection technique for treatment, and discovery ( sin) and that is the appearance of and demonstrative aspects of EVIL. [lord forgive our sins, deliver us from 'evil' ]

April 3, 2012
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a good read would be the banality of evil . see: "normalizing the unspeakable"

very depressing...

there is overwhelming evidence good socialization - church's

/ religious spiritual experience- can offer psychological healing equal and

if not exceeding pharmacologically alternatives. ( side effects profile a must read)

( positive psychology- talk therapy- good)

April 3, 2012
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I've always found it more simple to bunch Christians whom consciously sin.

choose to be sinners and continue to sin. the preponderance of evil. (opinion)

vs individuals whom predefined what is sin, and will not feel remorse for what

they do not know to be sin, by misguided rationalization. yet biblical history

has the majority sinners for life. therefore , not a great many of us

' born sinners ' , are not depressed , it may be their deliverance and redemption,

saved them from suffering illness. (OPN posit.)

February 24, 2012
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Mail some samples to zoltan, STAT!

Every one who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe-a spirit vastly superior to that of man. - Albert Einstein

February 24, 2012
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Hardly sporting, given he's gone...

or is he...

"it is easy to grow crazy"

February 25, 2012
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if we could just get the price of those massages down ! (it would be cool)

what did zoltan do ?

February 25, 2012
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"at1with0" wrote: Hardly sporting, given he's gone...

or is he...

It was meant to crack a smile, not meant to be sporting. 😉

Every one who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe-a spirit vastly superior to that of man. - Albert Einstein

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