cough cough christians cough cough. not oc, still cool.. No , retard, Thomas Aquinas (aka the father of modern Christian theology) said that about Christianity Ibn Rushd said that about Islam Moses Maimonedes said it  cough christians not oc still cool No retard Thomas Aquinas (aka the father of modern Christian theology) said that about Christianity Ibn Rushd Islam Moses Maimonedes it
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#27 - mynameisgeorge
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No ****, retard, Thomas Aquinas (aka the father of modern Christian theology) said that about Christianity
Ibn Rushd said that about Islam
Moses Maimonedes said it about Judaism

And they said it about 800 years before the Dalai Lama

You really need to start researching before you post your retarded ********
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#52 to #44 - misteryman
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i think you need to look up the definition of the word most in the dictionary before you use it again
#92 to #44 - theinvisibletheift
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Protestants don't know what the hell they're talking about, though. Catholicism (Thomas Aquinas' theology) actively recognizes that evolution is solid theory. How the hell do we know how God created things? Evolution could have been the vehicle for the creation of life on Earth. The Big Bang, similarly.

I, personally, believe that there is no complete truth without elements of both. There is no science without God (after all, how could any of this started without a prime, original creator), and there is no God without science (for why would God have created a completely lawless and wholly mysterious thing only governed by Himself? The world has an order, the universe has laws. He operates outside the laws, but we still can observe things about our constrained universe).
User avatar #49 to #44 - mynameisgeorge
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>as an excuse

To paraphrase Ibn Rushd: "When reason conflicts with Scripture, we must change our interpretation of the Scripture"

This is a mantra followed by all non fringe theists

That's like saying "The scientists say specific conditions produce this effect as an excuse to say they can't prove it"
#53 to #49 - anon id: 1194b89b
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Nearly 50% of americans are fringe theists then
User avatar #54 to #53 - mynameisgeorge
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Wow, I like that number that you pulled out of your ass

What other kinds of stuff do you have up there?
#58 to #54 - anon id: 1194b89b
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Gallup polls have shown that 46% of americans believe the earth was created within the last 10000 years.
User avatar #59 to #58 - mynameisgeorge
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In 1997

In 2010 it was 40% and the number is swiftly declining
#60 to #59 - anon id: 1194b89b
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http://www.gallup.com/poll/21814/evolution-creationism-intelligent-design.aspx

Most recent gallup poll was 2012 with 46%
#67 to #58 - dwarfman
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Yes and Gallup stated Romney would come to power with a Red congress. Obviously a reliable estimate of the true opinions of the country.
Yes and Gallup stated Romney would come to power with a Red congress. Obviously a reliable estimate of the true opinions of the country.
#73 to #67 - anon id: 1194b89b
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It isn't the most reliable source of information but even if it was only 30% that would mean there are still 100 million americans who believe that the earth is 10000 years or younger which is ridiculous.
#72 to #66 - anon id: 1194b89b
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I would agree except that it's more than a "few" nut bags who do the whole religion vs science thing in America.
User avatar #223 to #27 - thedarkhavok
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St. Thomas Aquinas was a moron.
#35 to #27 - anon id: 98863504
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Evolution was proven, and all three of those religions believe in Adam and Eve being the first humans created by god.
User avatar #48 to #35 - mynameisgeorge
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The Pontifical Academy of Sciences acknowledges evolution as a fact

So does every moderate - reform Jew and every moderate - "westernized" Muslim
User avatar #170 to #35 - mistercookie
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Im just pointing out that the catholic church has accepted both the theory of evolution, AND the big bang theory. However, we believe that someone was behind all of these things, and that being is whom we refer to as god.
User avatar #38 to #35 - doctorhaxonefour
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And how exactly has evolution been proven? Not necesarily trying to be a Christian douche, just wondering how you cover up all of the missing links.
User avatar #176 to #38 - mistercookie
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Im just sayain here, the theory of evolution is actually accepted as scientific fact. It's name "Theory" does not actually mean it litterally IS a theory, just like the germs theory, which states that microorganisms exists, which HAS been proven but it is still called a theory.

Source: Wikipedias list over common misconceptions.
#46 to #38 - anon id: 1194b89b
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The missing links arguments are the ********* arguments ever since no matter how many links are found you will keep asking for the other ones. I swear with this rational you would expect that for evidence to prove someone was shot people would want a picture of the bullet taken every .0001 seconds showing it flying through the air, then more pictures as it fragments when it enters the body.
#37 to #35 - anon id: f1bbb01a
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They can't prove evolution, only provide substantial evidence that makes it the most appropriate theory given the evidence. It has currently not been proven.
#76 to #37 - triszious
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If you're going by that standard then you could say that every theory and fact isn't proven as there's still more to be discovered within those fields. There's one thing though, I believe it's called... what was it again?   
   
oh right, COMMON SENSE. ^^'
If you're going by that standard then you could say that every theory and fact isn't proven as there's still more to be discovered within those fields. There's one thing though, I believe it's called... what was it again?

oh right, COMMON SENSE. ^^'
#79 to #76 - anon id: 1194b89b
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To be honest common sense has little place in science anymore. Yes for most people it's a necessity but now when it comes to advancing science common sense gets thrown out the window with relativity and quantum mechanics
#36 to #35 - anon id: 58769897
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No they don't, I'm a catholic, and i don't believe in the story of creation. Most catholic priests don't, and the ones who do are just really stubborn
User avatar #51 to #36 - mynameisgeorge
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Actually, part of being a Catholic is interpreting the Bible as allegorical

I'm not Catholic, but I know many and to think the Bible is pure fact is a ridiculous concept to them
#90 to #51 - lilRican
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Damn, george you on a ******* killing spree
#40 to #27 - anon id: 85be499c
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the difference lies in that judaism and islam don't actually follow the belief, but i actually think the dalai lama meant it. And he is in a position to change it. So b efore you go calling people retarded, think of the implications of what you think you know.
User avatar #50 to #40 - mynameisgeorge
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>not considering reform Jews or moderate Muslims

Just because a small, uneducated fringe believes something doesn't mean the entire religion does
User avatar #89 to #27 - rifee
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true, still it doesn't matter because noone actually follows what Thomas said.
User avatar #96 to #89 - mynameisgeorge
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All Catholics do, and that includes most Eastern Orthodox people as well

Only backwoods Protestants don't (not all Protestants, just the uneducated ones)

Consequently, America was founded so that Protestants could practice without persecution (literally and figuratively) which is why many Americans disregard his teachings and why it seems like most people don't follow it
User avatar #98 to #96 - rifee
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I learned something today.
I feel shame and joy
User avatar #100 to #98 - mynameisgeorge
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You shouldn't feel any shame, the only reason I lashed out at OP was because the content, or at least its title was very derogatory.

I have no problem with defending your beliefs as long as you're not an asshole about it
User avatar #101 to #98 - breadnsteak
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America is very much pro-Christianity but very anti-Catholic always has and always will be,
We have only had one Catholic President and he was elected by dead people in the Chicago area
#88 to #27 - breadnsteak
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Yay I am happy to find someone who reads Thomas.
I have posted his stuff in the past in Science V. Religion debates and no one bothers to listen.

User avatar #99 to #88 - mynameisgeorge
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Yeah

I don't really consider myself religious, but I believe that every religion has something valuable to teach, which is why I'm always trying to defend religion, whether it is theistic or non-theistic... It just so happens that Christianity is the religion that is most often under fire, due to its large following, so Aquinas is the one I quote most
User avatar #246 to #99 - buthow
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Hi
User avatar #250 to #246 - mynameisgeorge
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ohai
User avatar #253 to #250 - buthow
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So how are you? :D
User avatar #256 to #253 - mynameisgeorge
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Great, yourself?
User avatar #259 to #256 - buthow
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great, thanks! Just about to take a nap. Got on and saw your post, thought I'd say hi. <3
User avatar #260 to #259 - mynameisgeorge
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Yeah, I accidentally a *********

Well, if you're taking a nap, rest well.
User avatar #263 to #260 - buthow
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thats alright, if it makes you feel better, I completely agree with you.

Oh, and thank you!
<3
#149 - rza
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I'm catholic and believe that God made evolution.
#158 to #149 - thepalmtoptiger
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**thepalmtoptiger rolled a random image posted in comment #3135618 at My Little Pony fanfiction, backgrounds, songs, lyrics, and GIFs. **   
BLASPHEMY   
   
JK, I don't really care.
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BLASPHEMY

JK, I don't really care.
#167 to #149 - anon id: 3accb875
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So did I, but then I woke up.
#193 to #149 - anon id: b5387ac9
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I was catholic when I was a teen and (ok I was stupid) I thought that God just made the universe and left it just like that... humans came to existence and he/she was like: "Ok, ok cool... let's see how this goes" you know...
I used to think a lot about it....
User avatar #264 to #149 - thesovereigngrave
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And that's actually pretty much the Catholic Church's official position on the matter.
#155 to #149 - bakuraandmarik
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yay I'm not the only one, I also don't believe in the bible it's been translated into so many different languages it's hard for things not to get mixed up
#156 to #155 - rza
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Exactly, Such as David and Goliath. The average height back then was way smaller then it is now, David being average and Goliath being around 6'9 or 6'10 would be huge for them.
User avatar #153 to #149 - sketchE
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ill allow it. we cant really explain how mutations occur so why not. also darwin was a devout christian
User avatar #162 to #153 - nimba
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Darwin reportedly lost his faith towards the end of his life, making a rift between him and his wife, Emma.

Just what I heard

Also he probably figured out the problem with marrying your first cousin.
#177 to #162 - anon id: 3c1a238a
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I believe he lost his faith right about the same time his daughter died, but don't quote me on that.
User avatar #165 to #162 - sketchE
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well yeah when the entire religious community that tells you to be a good person is telling him to die in a fire because he presented a slightly differeny opinion who wouldnt. its like how i lost my faith after my dads family couldnt come together to remember him at his funeral. they let their personnal squabbel outwiegh remembering who they lost
User avatar #197 to #165 - nimba
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Dude, you've perpetuated the misconception that Darwin was completely ridiculed for his notion. His key work 'On the Origin of Species' was received fairly better than most people seems to think. Also many contemporary Christians including ministers etc accept the idea and work their material around it.
User avatar #217 to #197 - sketchE
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hm well disregard then
User avatar #192 to #165 - mistercookie
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I think thats on your family. You shouldn't lose faith in religion because your family couldn't get together for a funeral.
User avatar #220 to #192 - sketchE
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i didnt have a lot of faith as it was but the entire affiar including how his service was more of a song and dance lead by people who didnt actually know him then a rememberence. it just all felt wrong
#124 - Damionic
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i laughed way harder over this picture than i should have
User avatar #138 to #131 - rhiaanor
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just so you know.... THIS ISNT A JOKE, this is seriously what a man said(im pretty sure that it was real and not a comedy sketch)
#63 - matriarch
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technically it is impossible to prove or disprove god as you would have to be all knowing and be able to search the entire cosmos. It's comparable to trying to prove or disprove the multiverse (infinite universe) theory it simply comes down to if you believe in it or not.

not saying i believe in god, just saying that belittling christians wont get you anywhere.
#65 to #63 - anon id: f4ffce8e
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It's fallacious to say "you can't disprove it" because then you have to believe everything just because you can't disprove it, that's why we don't automatically accept things without evidence. So no, believers and nonbelievers are not on the same ground.
#127 to #65 - asderition
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No, this statement is wrong. If it CAN be proved and you believe otherwise, then that is being wrong and ignorant. If it cannot or has not yet been proved and you believe otherwise, that is called opinion. Its like if I say your favorite color is green. Maybe it is, maybe it isn't. I can believe what i want till you prove me otherwise and KungoFuZero (fag) can try and disprove me all he wants, but if he doesn't know, he is wrong too. Until you PROVE to me it isn't green. The point is that, if it CAN be proven it has to be to be accepted as right, or wrong. This is the basis of Christianity. It isn't in fact. It is on faith. So believers and nonbelievers ARE on the same ground. You are just so set on your own ideals that you judge more than actual believers. Which is ironic. And hypocritical. And funny. Keep it up.
#91 to #65 - anon id: 6fcc95bc
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I can prove that you're a dumbass and we'll all believe that.
#74 to #65 - anon id: 1194b89b
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Funnyjunk logic: I don't have a reasonable argument so I will instead thumb you down.
#87 to #74 - batwill **User deleted account**
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True, but I think nonsensical attempts at argument warrant red thumbs.
#114 to #65 - KungFuZerO
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You are absolutely right.
dont listen to the faggots who are thumbing you down
User avatar #104 to #63 - Deeticky
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The burden of proof is on those who make claims, not those who deny them.

"That which can be asserted without evidence, can be dismissed without evidence."

-Christopher Hitchens
#135 to #63 - mikli
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If what you are saying is true, then you must be god to disprove god. Oh me why.
If what you are saying is true, then you must be god to disprove god. Oh me why.
#146 - BeardOfJesus
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come at us bro.
#18 - damncheese
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If people have to change themselves in order to be accepted by you,

then you're kind of a jerk.
User avatar #22 to #18 - chrolt
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Or the people are assholes.

It's not as simple as that. If you don't like someone because they're unlikable then they need to change if they want to be accepted.
User avatar #21 to #18 - captainfuckitall
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If people don't change in order to coincide with the truth

They're wrong
User avatar #24 to #21 - damncheese
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I meant if you don't like someone beacause they don't share the same oppinions as you...
#33 to #24 - jinkazama
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Refusing fact is not an opinion. It is stupidity
User avatar #30 to #24 - captainfuckitall
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What else are you supposed to like them for? (Aside from basic personality). I mean you probably dislike the KKK, or Neo-Nazi's based soley upon their opinions
User avatar #41 to #30 - damncheese
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I hope you realize im not talking about such extreme opinions, im talking about common beliefs. As for this example, Budhism.

You only thumbed up the content because it was something that went along with your opinion.

And if you dislike something because it doesn't, you are at the basic foundations of nazism.
User avatar #110 to #41 - captainfuckitall
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So you're not allowed to go against something if you dislike it? You certainly have odd views
User avatar #316 to #110 - damncheese
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Your experience with religion must be that it hates on others who are not like them, but to other people, it is a close and personally thing. It is what they believe in and what they live for.

And if you say doing what they do is ''stupidity'' and ''wrong''. You only make them hate other more.
User avatar #323 to #316 - captainfuckitall
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On the contrary, I myself am religious, but I agree with the Dalai Lama when he says that if some part of Science proves Religion wrong, religion should change (I also agree with that if any part of Religion proves science wrong, Science should have to change). In any case, I stand by my first point that if you do not follow what is fact or true then it's just stupidity
User avatar #315 to #110 - damncheese
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I'm just saying that going against something that doesn't do much harm, is only breeding hatred.
#25 - xerodeath
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You don't have to push your beliefs on others you know



"COUGH COUGH atheists COUGH COUGH"
User avatar #32 to #25 - xxbutthurtxx
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We don't believe, we accept facts.
User avatar #94 to #32 - Crusader
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But there is still some measure of belief within atheism.
You believe that there is no God, or gods, because there is no evidence that there is one, just as Theists believe that there is a God(s) because there is no evidence saying he does not exist.
Inb4 "Science proves that God(s) doesn't exist"
Really it doesn't, it proves that the universe works a specific way, when really if you look at it with an open mind, there could be an intelligent creator behind everything that simply decided to have the world work the way it does and miracles are simply examples of when he broke those rules he set out.
If you have ever read the Demonata series by Darren Shan, i suggest it, it presents the idea of the "Kah-Gash" which is simply a force that runs the universe, the a program running a computer.
If you take the idea of a self-aware force that is judging everything and replace it with a semi-aware force that is running everything, the universe suddenly becomes a little more simple.
User avatar #319 to #94 - xxbutthurtxx
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And btw your username doesn't fit your calm way of debating.
User avatar #318 to #94 - xxbutthurtxx
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Let me repeat myself: I do not beliebe, accept fact. (It's kinda wrong to speak for every atheist.)
Thats means for me: I do not think there is a god but the possibility exists, thats the reason why I personally don't tell anyone that he/she is wrong believing in god. Just that I consider it more logical that the parts of our universe science can't explain yet, will be explained by science in the future. Rather than a allmighty creator hiding in those unexplained parts. If I would believe in the non-existence of god I would tell you he/she doesn't exist even if I can't prove it. But at the other hand I still don't believe in his/her existence. TL;DR: Until one side is proven right I will stick to the one that seems more logical to me but I won't force anyone to do that and I won't push it on others.

PS: Yes I have read Darren Shan and understood the reference.
PSS: About miracles, did you ever read "The Pillars of the Earth" from Ken Follet? Miracles where often just things sciene could not explain in the past.
#68 to #32 - dwarfman
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Yet spew bullocks about how religion has dulled human advancement. You're no better than any missionary: A set of believes, political jargon, and stubbornness to see otherwise.
#71 to #25 - anon id: a5994ee4
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COUGH COUGH missionaries COUGH COUGH
User avatar #133 to #71 - iamchicken
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most missionaries show up to a place and invite them to join not "SUP HERE TAKE THIS LEARN JESUS NAOW." or at least that's what Quaker missionaries do.
User avatar #298 to #133 - Crusader
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Well, if you look at the original missionaries to the Americas and the ones in Africa and China, they are more or less saying
"You can keep living the way you are, starving, hungry and pitiful. Or we can feed you, clothe you and shelter you if you accept Christ"
User avatar #310 to #298 - iamchicken
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I agree fully that's sort of what i was trying to portray but couldn't find the words.
User avatar #173 to #71 - zorororonoa
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I don't think you actually know what missionaries do
#194 to #25 - anon id: b5387ac9
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I apologize if you are offended.

I am not being sarcastic.
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#236 - thedarkestrogue
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If everyone is made in God's image, then how come I'm such a huge faggot?
If everyone is made in God's image, then how come I'm such a huge faggot?
#276 to #236 - anon id: 0aa237e4
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because the faggot part was up to you. Free will brah.
#314 to #276 - anon id: 848114e3
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Or maybe... God is pretty flamboyant...

Also, free will is an illusion.
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Who else wants this guy to be the new pope?




#10 to #2 - veryinteresting
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why the hell would you care who the new pope is if you`re not catholic ?
User avatar #9 to #2 - lordlolland
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That would be like asking "Who want a competent guy as president of the US?".
Problem is that the pope has to be a Catholic, so we can't have a Buddhist.
Just like the president of the US has to be a politician, so we can't have somebody who know what they are doing.
User avatar #39 to #9 - motherduck
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I dont think it was meant to be taken seriously
User avatar #12 to #9 - Crusader
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"Pope has to be catholic"
Yes, no, kinda, sorta
Rodrigo Borgia (pope alexander the 6th) was Catholic legally, but atheist everywhere else
Same with his uncle Pope Caliixtus
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He just ******* thinks Dalai lama is a good guy aside from the christians. Chillax.