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Can I ask religious people a question please?
May 5, 2009
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I wouldn´t really call it evolution but it is still a process of development when it comes to psychological aspects...
But if we are talking about psychic powers and so on then it´s still normal evolution or mutation which in the end is the same...

Truth doesn´t control you, you control it...

May 5, 2009
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"event_horizon" wrote: [quote="screamzero"]You sure put a lot of faith into not believing something you don't believe in. If doesn't matter, why chirp at all.

"screamzero" wrote: Wish't you'd quit the ceremony of religiously brushing your teeth in the morning..but I guess you had to do that over and over again 'till you got it right.

Why "quit"? Is that not a ceremony you do every morning, death breath? You still haven't learned how to wipe your behind without leaving skid marks all over your tighty whities.

"screamzero" wrote: "What's that got to do w/ the price of poon in bangkok?", You might ask. The reason religion is still around marble chip is because it has had more successes than failures.

Which of the many religions are you referring to? Apparently your "all-powerful God" isn't powerful enough and/or too incompetent to introduce just one religion to the human race that everyone could abide by. Religion has had the most "success" at dividing the world and creating more bloodshed than anything against humanity.

"screamzero" wrote: If your so damn smart, explain to us how you constructively interact with your mind and emotions without some prompter enabling you.

Explain to me what this babble has to do with anything? 😕

"screamzero" wrote: Plato didn't need a book to conclude ther was a G-d. The Greeks didn't either when one or two of 'em erected a statue for the "unknown" G-d.

This discussion is about religion, not "God." Please try and follow along.

"screamzero" wrote: Science isn't divorced from G-d nor the other way around.

On what planet did science marry "God"? 😕

"screamzero" wrote: You talk as if religion hasn't had a positive impact on morality and ethics. Read more.

If I had to "read" any "more" of your gibberish, I think I'd dig my eye out of its socket.

If you think it's moral/ethical to destroy a library full of scientific knowledge, well, you've got serious issues.

Facetious jack-ass. Shu-u-uve your library liein' ass accusation up your nostril; hope that throws you into a fetal position gagging on your fingers.Your interpretation of religion w/out a G-d is nice and iganert.

Science married G-d when it figured dumbassedness was curable, but you, Einstein, ain't heard about it...old news Sherlock. The invitations were sent out a long time ago.

There's still hope for you. Your insipid mind is determined that Truth is Godless.. Interesting and totally amazing you un-brain farted that I was babbling about G0d...you have talent...sucker. You know about ethereal truths and hardly have the mental state to recognize it though. You do know bat guano from babble. Good. It's a start. You WILL like it. Welcome to my religion, Prick.

May 6, 2009
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My oh my. I wonder what Jesus would think about this. Do you really think your "God" is going to let you into Fantasyland with that potty mouth? Laugh

Hmmm, lemmie see, where oh where do I start with this tantrum. Oh, I know...

Looky what I found. It's screamzero, excuse me, creamhero, busted with with his blowup doll, caught on video:

Laugh Laugh Laugh

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The mixed breed three-eyed half grey alien half cyclops mutant from a galaxy so far away you can't even get there if you folded space.

May 6, 2009
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If there is anything close to a God, I`m sure it would not even hear what 99,9% of all humans on this planet has to say. 🙄

Truth doesn´t control you, you control it...

May 7, 2009
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"Lashmar" wrote: Now this is going to all sides.

Why did god wait thousands of years to show himself in form of religion?

Meaning why did people go to worshiping in trees and water to believing in one single god? Why did people go from believing in many gods to believing in one god?

😕

I may not like religion but I respect some of you do so nice (civilized) answers only please. 😉 🙂

I like to do a little research into religion when I have time, but I have not really though of this. Its a good question. 💡

May 7, 2009
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Cheers mate. This is the one thing I can’t get my head around. It just doesn’t make sense. 😕

Read between the lies

May 7, 2009
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Getting back on topic...

"Lashmar" wrote: Why did god wait thousands of years to show himself in form of religion?

Not just "thousands"...try hundreds of thousands.

There was a Babylonian scholar named Berossus (3rd century B.C.), who had access to many cuneiform texts and wrote a three-volume history of the world. The first volume had to to with the duration between the Creation and the Flood, a time period where approximately 432,000 years existed in-between, which was much, much longer than the Old Testament account. But these volumes were destroyed in the Alexandrian Library along with all the other precious textbooks. The church's Fantasyworld was on the brink of destruction, so of course they had to annihilate the evidence that their religion was a load of crap, so they could continue to control the masses.

horizon

 

The mixed breed three-eyed half grey alien half cyclops mutant from a galaxy so far away you can't even get there if you folded space.

May 7, 2009
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"event_horizon" wrote: My oh my. I wonder what Jesus would think about this. Do you really think your "God" is going to let you into Fantasyland with that potty mouth? Laugh

Hmmm, lemmie see, where oh where do I start with this tantrum. Oh, I know...

Looky what I found. It's screamzero, excuse me, creamhero, busted with with his blowup doll, caught on video:

Laugh Laugh Laugh

"whore_eyes_on" wrote: Tsk tsk. Simple answers from simple minds.You do like to go school "kiddie" on us don't you?

May 7, 2009
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"event_horizon" wrote: Getting back on topic...

[quote="Lashmar"]Why did god wait thousands of years to show himself in form of religion?

Not just "thousands"...try hundreds of thousands.

There was a Babylonian scholar named Berossus (3rd century B.C.), who had access to many cuneiform texts and wrote a three-volume history of the world. The first volume had to to with the duration between the Creation and the Flood, a time period where approximately 432,000 years existed in-between, which was much, much longer than the Old Testament account. But these volumes were destroyed in the Alexandrian Library along with all the other precious textbooks. The church's Fantasyworld was on the brink of destruction, so of course they had to annihilate the evidence that their religion was a load of crap, so they could continue to control the masses.

Your so full of b-u-u-ul shit. Julius Caesar accidentally burned the library down when he set fire to his own ships to frustrate Achillas' attempt to limit his ability to communicate by sea.

May 7, 2009
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"Dark-Samus" wrote: If there is anything close to a God, I`m sure it would not even hear what 99,9% of all humans on this planet has to say. 🙄

DEAD WRONG!

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