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#356 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
They're demigods, not gods. There IS a difference.
#349 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
I will present one clarifying point. I know that this will not go well considering this is an atheist board. But the bible never says that there are not other gods that exist, just the presence of one all powerful God. Now I wait for the red thumbs.
#376 to #349 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Funnyjunk, I don't understand you. I post information on an atheist board and receive red thumbs. Then I post something related to the bible on an atheist board and receive green thumbs? I just don't understand this silly place.
#379 to #349 - MysticTomatoe
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(06/17/2012) [-]
because they all refer to the same one
#384 to #379 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Can you please clarify? The bible refers to one or all religions? I didn't understand your comment.
#394 to #384 - MysticTomatoe
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Well I can't say all religions because i don't know them all, but Ala, Yahvé, Abba, God, they all refer to the same God. Even the Mayans had many Gods, but still, the most important one, the "Creator" refers to the one God in which most religions believe, they just call him differently. Now, the other Gods, like god of wine, war, beauty, etc., are believes of each corresponding religion. So your argument is true, nowhere on the Bible says that there aren't other gods, but then again, you can't prove whether God exist or not.
#403 to #394 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
No, I can't prove it. I don't pretend that I can. In all matters of the physical I defer to science for explanations. But faith is not based on science. That is why atheism and religion will never get along.
#413 to #403 - MysticTomatoe
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(06/17/2012) [-]
true. Personally, I believe in both. I think that God created things and the Bible tells us that, but science explains how he did things, but that's just my point of view.
#295 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
If you actually watched the movie you would know asgardians are not gods
#294 - thereisaguy ONLINE
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Rogers always broke it down to believing in God not a god, that and look at it this way: he lives in a a world of mutants and super powered beings, he also is a white christian male from the 40s who at that point in the movie hadn't been exposed to Thor at all and Loki only briefly during a fight.
#196 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #5933051 at FJ Pony Thread ** mfw I'm God.
#181 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
But if you have watched Stargate series you should now that Asgardians are aliens from another galaxy and they pretend to be gods, because human minds are not ready for alien things :)
#178 - ManicalMayhem
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Just reading a few comments below, and I notice that there are many discussions on whether or not Thor and Loki are gods. So lets get this straight. First Yes in Norse Mythology, they ARE gods, However... Their use in Marvel's stories they ARE NOT gods. Ok? so you cannot compare one to the other they are 2 different stories but based on the same one.

So just ask yourself if the question is about Avengers or Marvel, then NO they are not Gods, however if it a Mythology Question then YES they are gods. so OP fails in his comparison of Gods to the Avengers strengths cause in the Marvel Universe Thor and Loki are NOT gods. End of Story.
#100 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
the marvel universe still has god the norse gods refer to him as the only being higher than them
#98 - winniedawho
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(06/17/2012) [-]
is this a good film? I'm not into superhero movies cause its just like good guy/s and bad guys they will fight and the world is on danger then the bad guy will be lost. haven't watched it so is it a good movie overall or just some movie with such good graphics?
#106 to #98 - herecomesjohnny
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(06/17/2012) [-]
the really cool dialog is half the movie and the cool action scenes the other half.

But it's not a dumb movie, if that's what you're asking
#48 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Another case of Atheists converting fictitious characters to their beliefs with no evidence. Nowhere in any of the movies does Iron Man say anything about religion. Apparently you all think he's an atheist because of something he said in the Invincible Iron Man. You do realize that in Marvel, there are countless alternate "universes" with different plots and conflicting lore. Just because one artist decided to make Tony Stark atheist in one story line doesn't mean he's officially atheist. You can't label characters like that in Marvel, because there's so much conflicting lore. There's a comic running right now where the Green Lantern is gay. That doesn't mean he's gay in every other instance.

The only real unifying lore in Marvel right now are the movies, in which Tony Stark hasn't professed any religious beliefs.

#33 - anon
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(06/17/2012) [-]
*gods <-Multiple, as in gods, like Zeus, Hades, etc.

*God <-Single, as in God for Christians.

GET IT RIGHT.
#313 - muertolobo
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(06/17/2012) [-]
**muertolobo rolled a random image posted in comment #5972934 at FJ Pony Thread ** The only thing that can defeat Hulk
#231 - rainbowdashmlp
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(06/17/2012) [-]
I thought most of us agreed that an atheist channel was a bad idea...
#145 - juraquagmire
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Iron Man is not an Atheist, He is a futurist... Then again, I did not see this movie YET. But he is in comic.
#117 - fluxz
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Beleives? urgh...
#109 - mastercolossus
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(06/17/2012) [-]
**mastercolossus rolled a random image posted in comment #26102 at Slice of Life thread II ** and they are on a team together.
#324 - riggnaros
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(06/17/2012) [-]
Robin could totally beat the hulk. No question