Lets All Kill Each Other Please!!!!

Apparently a belief in an imaginary God is more valuable and important than a human life!

Not one belief in any God is worth a single human life, anywhere in the world!!!


Tell me where I'm wrong!!!!

12 comments:

Nehemiah said...

Jesus. Paul. Peter. They probably agree with you on the killing part. Not worth dying for? Jesus died for you, Paul and Peter died to tell you Jesus died for you. Are you worth dying for? That's what this silly man-made god religion thing is all about. What if it's true?

Bentley said...

What if Jesus was a circus clown????

Bentley said...

You never address the subject topic posted, you just spew your ignorant nonsense. It doesn't work for me!!! Ok??? I've heard the same thing you're spewing a million times and so have you!!!

Trancelation said...

What if it's NOT true? Let's pose THAT question. Christians don't want to consider it, yet the Bible itself is full of lies and unfulfilled promises. How can we trust that the overall 'message' is true if it can't even deliver on smaller matters?

Christians have a fallback answer: faith. Belief makes up for lack of evidence, or so they say. The funny thing is, Christians use an unproven claim to try to prove an unproven claim.

If you believe it's real, it's real, despite evidence ootherwise?

Gimme a break.

Religion is a mental illness.

Trancelation said...

I think the topic is: not one human life is worth a belief in a God.

Indeed, neh, you have not addressed the topic. You have made an assumption, and then dressed up a response in that assumption. IF your assumption is true, then YOU believe a God is worth dying for.

But we're not talking about that: we're talking about belief. And no human life is worth losing over a belief in a God that wants you to hate others.

Bentley said...

Great responce trancelation, thanks! keep em coming!!!

Nehemiah said...

All right. I get the point that I missed the point. You are right. But while I'm off the subject, and since you brought up the sillyness of faith, I'm guessing you believe in macro-evolution. Now unless you've actually seen one species birth an entirely different one, aren't you using some form of faith, even if it's just faith in your science teacher, who happens to put his or her faith in her professors who put their faith in a theory that, to my knowlege, is still unproven. Faith in itself is not bad thing. At some point in every issue, we believe things to be true because we trust the person who told us it was true.

And, yeah killing is bad (just so I'm on topic).

Bentley said...

Ok smarty, I put no faith in anything that I cannot see nor prove that it does exist!

Faith=delusion

Need more faith? Your delusion is not strong enough!

Jesus supposedly said if you had as m uch faith as a mustard seed, you could cast a mountain into the sea, although he apparently never did that himself, talk is cheap!

I say, if you had as much faith as a mustard seed you could move a mustard seed.

When are you going to realize religions are a hoax?????

Time to grow up and realize your mental delusion is a hoax, you've been had and taken to the cleaners.

I've been discussing religions and xtianity for years, you cannot possibly win a point, there's no way, you cannot make a lie or a myth become true, it cannot happen!!!!

Your Bible god and jesus is the worlds biggest hoax ever devised in the history of the world.

Bentley said...

neh said:
I'm guessing you believe in macro-evolution. Now unless you've actually seen one species birth an entirely different one.

That's alot of your problem as well as so many self-professing christians, you're guessing and presuming and hoping.

There is nowhere on this blog the mention of the word evolution by me. But to say you've never seen a species actually turn into another species, really? Is that because you have only been around a few years, whereas evolution requires multi-millions of years, how crass of you to make such assinine statement!

You would prefer to believe a god made animals and people out of dirt, oh that sounds so much more better doesn't it? So how many people and animals have you seen created out of dirt?

Trancelation said...

neh:

"All right. I get the point that I missed the point. You are right. But while I'm off the subject, and since you brought up the sillyness of faith, I'm guessing you believe in macro-evolution. Now unless you've actually seen one species birth an entirely different one, aren't you using some form of faith, even if it's just faith in your science teacher, who happens to put his or her faith in her professors who put their faith in a theory that, to my knowlege, is still unproven. Faith in itself is not bad thing. At some point in every issue, we believe things to be true because we trust the person who told us it was true."

Very well.

Some disassembly is required.

1. Your knowledge is wrong. Macroevolution has been proven. There is no middle ground to make both creationists and evolutionists happy. Macroevolution has been proven.

2. The theory of evolution is based on evidence that has been observed. There is a great amount of this evidence. When evidence is found to contradict previous conclusions, those conclusions are abandoned, and new beliefs based on the new evidence take their place. This "seeing is believing" basis for the theory is exactly the opposite of the sort of faith implied by the claim.

The claim implicitly equates faith with believing things without any basis for the belief. Such faith is better known as gullibility.

Equating this sort of belief with faith places faith in God on exactly the same level as belief in UFOs, Bigfoot, and modern Elvis sightings.

A truly meaningful faith is not simply about belief. Belief alone does not mean anything. A true faith implies acceptance and trust; it is the feeling that whatever happens, things will somehow be okay. Such faith is not compatible with most creationism. Creationism usually demands that God acts according to peoples' set beliefs, and anything else is simply wrong (e.g., ICR 2000). It cannot accept that whatever God has done is okay.

So there is a difference between your faith, and an acceptance of macroevolution. Macroevolution can be observed, has been observed, and is being observed.

You faith, on the other hand, possesses none of these qualities.

So please, don't equate what is essentially belief in pink unicorns with science.

3. Like most creationists, you twist what macroevolution is.

As biologists use the term, macroevolution means evolution at or above the species level. Speciation has been observed and documented.

Microevolution has been observed and is taken for granted even by creationists. And because there is no known barrier to large change and because we can expect small changes to accumulate into large changes, microevolution implies macroevolution. Small changes to developmental genes or their regulation can cause relatively large changes in the adult organism.

4. Do you get it yet, neh? Your belief and faith are entirely different from scientific observation. It is insulting to mix the two. You place absurd expectations on scientific observation, expectations that you avoid like a plague on your own faith, and call that okay.

Well, it's not.

Trancelation said...

neh:

And on topic:

The question wasn't whether killing is bad.

It's whether a human life is worth belief in a God.

Sean M. said...

Well said?

This magnificent pile of shit destroyed by the god of lightning!!!

This magnificent pile of shit destroyed by the god of lightning!!!
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Divine Justice?

Divine Justice?
Jebus is in hell...!

This eyesore off of I-75 in Ohio finally gone, Praise Tha Friggin Lord...LOL

This eyesore off of I-75 in Ohio finally gone, Praise Tha Friggin Lord...LOL
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