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#28 - I Am Monkey
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(10/27/2013) [-]
The upside down cross is called St. Peter's Cross because when Peter was going to be crucified by the Romans he requested that they do it upside down because he felt he did not deserve to die in the same manner as Jesus.
#93 to #28 - classybot
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(10/27/2013) [-]
******* hipsters...
#61 to #28 - auda
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(10/27/2013) [-]
The same goes for St Andrew. But he got crucified in the way of an ''x'' sort of. The flag of scotland is also known as the St Andrews Cross.
#31 to #28 - hahahaheidi
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(10/27/2013) [-]
so he was crucified upside down?
so he was crucified upside down?
#44 to #31 - IamSofaKingdom
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(10/27/2013) [-]
The disciples got some really rough ends. One of them (Bartholomew) was flayed alive (skinned) and then beheaded. I had a National Geographic that followed each of their travels and then how each died (only one died peacefully).
#68 to #44 - trollwoopnazi
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(10/27/2013) [-]
These guys sound like they suffered more than jesus.
#51 to #44 - alegitusername
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(10/27/2013) [-]
don't you think it's a bit weird that these people, who actually met jesus, would die for him after he died? perhaps they saw enough compelling evidence to "convert" to christianity... even though... conversion wasn't really a thing back then..
#53 to #51 - commontroll
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(10/27/2013) [-]
That's why I've always found it stupid that people think that there's no way, no chance that it might be true. They had their wives dragged away to be executed, they themselves were tortured, executed in brutal fashions, etc.

If it was a con, they'd probably not go through all that. Also they'd probably try and make money.
#67 to #53 - popeflatus
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(10/27/2013) [-]
The gospels were all written many decades after the alleged fact and not by the disciples. The bible is so riddles with historical inaccuracies and internal contradictions that to take it as a factual document is simply wrong.
#167 to #67 - IamSofaKingdom
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(10/28/2013) [-]
Where did you hear that? many of the disciples wrote their own books and that is why they are named after them...
#171 to #167 - popeflatus
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(10/28/2013) [-]
No. Go to wikipedia and begin your research, the gospels were not written by the disciples of Yashua.
#175 to #171 - IamSofaKingdom
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(10/29/2013) [-]
You are stating that none of them were and I stated that several were. You are trying to make a sweeping generalization off of a Wikipedia article you read. Nearly the entire New Testament came from the disciples and you don't know what you are talking about. We took a look into koine Greek text in my colligiate Greek class.
#45 to #44 - hahahaheidi
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(10/27/2013) [-]
damn @_@ just imagine if people were still executed like that...
#46 to #45 - IamSofaKingdom
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(10/27/2013) [-]
Maybe we'd commit crimes a little less often lol.
#47 to #46 - hahahaheidi
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(10/27/2013) [-]
you do have a point...
you do have a point...
#56 to #47 - badmotorfinger
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(10/27/2013) [-]
There's a line to be drawn between fair punishment and pure cruelty
#58 to #56 - hahahaheidi
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(10/27/2013) [-]
i didn't mean it was right or that we should start doing that again or anything :o but you gotta admit, it would work
irregardlessly still feels like a dick
#75 to #58 - hudis
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(10/27/2013) [-]
It wouldn't. Harsher punishments don't reduce crime.
#76 to #75 - hahahaheidi
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(10/27/2013) [-]
i'd rather go to jail than be skinned. if being skinned was the outcome, i'd rather not do the crime. whereas jail people just wait.
#77 to #76 - hudis
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(10/27/2013) [-]
Yeah, but most people who commit crimes don't actually think they will be caught. Here's an excellent talk about the death penalty by Jeremy Irons on that subject:

Jeremy Irons talks about the death penalty
#95 to #77 - theodordronen
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(10/27/2013) [-]
first of all, closing my eyes and pretending that it was Scar talking made that more enjoyable.

Second of all, he makes a very good point untill i remember people like Anders Bering Breivik who killed 67-ish people in Norway. No one can convince me that he deserves to live.
#97 to #95 - hudis
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(10/27/2013) [-]
I guess it's a matter of principle and beliefs. I don't think it's up to anyone to order the execution of anyone else unless they absolutely, undoubtedly still pose a threat to people. Death is so final.
#103 to #97 - theodordronen
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(10/27/2013) [-]
Exactly, it's final. It was final for the 67ish people he killed. I don't think necessarily all people who kill should be killed, but under certain circumstances..
#105 to #103 - hudis
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(10/27/2013) [-]
But why? It won't bring the victims back. It won't discourage other serial killers or mass-murderers. The consequences don't matter to them. Killing ABB would have made him a martyr, which would only have served to benefit the far-right agenda.
#107 to #105 - theodordronen
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(10/27/2013) [-]
Because it would bring closure for some people, I'm sure. I just think after a certain point, I would accept the death penalty. I don't think we'll agree on this and understand that I respect your opinion.
#108 to #107 - hudis
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(10/27/2013) [-]
Yeah, likewise. I've had this discussion many times in school, so I know that opinions tend to vary a lot and people often feel strongly about it.
#78 to #77 - hahahaheidi
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(10/27/2013) [-]
that's a good point, but a lot of them know there's a risk, therefore if the punishment were that extreme, they probably would just avoid it at all costs
#79 to #78 - hudis
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(10/27/2013) [-]
It's a very dangerous assumption, and even if it were true, I wouldn't want to be part of a society that condoned such punishments even if it did reduce crime.
#80 to #79 - hahahaheidi
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(10/27/2013) [-]
i wouldn't either, i don't agree with the death penalty now as it is. well, maybe not completely anyways, but if that kind of thing were still going on, i probably wouldn't even leave the house o_o