Uh, it wasn't the DREAM........
It's what she does WITH that dream AFTERWARD that matters.
Zeus has poor character, constantly running around with different women. I wouldn't emulate him or his pantheon. Try Judaism, or Christianity, their central figures have better advice than other religions.
Kirsten Powers was wide awake when she encountered Jesus. He came to her because she began to go to church and asked Him in prayer to show her he was in fact, real. All true Believers have had their spiritual eyes opened. God is very much alive. (You can read her story in Christianity Today, online)
What are you afraid of? Christ is available to all of us.
November 27, 2013 at 3:51pm
Wrath or Mercy
“religious people have plenty of justification.”
I was asking him to provide justification for his claim that I was lying. He provided me with none. I also find it funny that you assume I’m a liberal (I’m not), and then call me bigoted (clearly ad hominem); then you accuse me of not being able to carry a conversation without insulting someone. Your hipocracy is astounding. And finally, his claim that “everything that I said was a lie” goes unanswered. Go waste someone else’s time.
November 27, 2013 at 2:19pm
Don’t just call it a lie. Provide some justification, you idiot.
November 27, 2013 at 11:16am
Wolfgang the Gray,
We acknowledge that all of these religions are fabrications. It only seems like we are against Christianity because we live in a Christian nation, and we are constantly fighting Christian radicals who want to push their views on everyone else vis a vis the government.
November 27, 2013 at 11:10am
“You can decline belief in God(s) without being anti those who wish to believe. I don’t like Mexican food,however I am not anti-Mexican food or folks who like Mexican cuisine. ..odd they get so worked up over it.”
I bet you’d be anti mexican-food if it were shoved in your face everyday; if laws were being made based off mexican food; and if your neighbors, family, and friends believed you were going to spend an eternity in hell because you didn’t conform to liking mexican food.
November 27, 2013 at 11:07am
“They are pitiful, little people fighting a battle they are going to lose.”
I don’t know if you’ve checked, but religion is dying in this country.
November 27, 2013 at 11:06am
“That’s just it AvengerK. It isn’t that these people don’t believe in God, they hate Him and that hatred spills over to those that worship Him.”
You positively have no idea what you’re talking about. We absolutely don’t believe in god. There is about as much evidence for Santa Claus as there is for god; thus, we believe god should have no place in the legislative or governing process.
They are pitiful, little people fighting a battle they are going to lose.
November 27, 2013 at 11:02am
If we want to start our government meetings with prayers dedicating ourselves to Allah and Sharia law, we should be able to do so. The more intertwining the better.
November 27, 2013 at 11:00am
“Bless their stony, shriveled-up little hearts”
Ahh, what a non-judgmental comment coming from a Christian… Your presumptuousness is breathtaking.
November 27, 2013 at 10:58am
How do you know hell exists?
November 27, 2013 at 10:57am
“I don’t get atheists and their agenda. Pitiful.”
So everything you don’t get is pitiful. That is the height of idiocy.
November 27, 2013 at 10:54am
“I also love the hypocrisy of a group who is celebrating the Bill of Rights by protesting the free exercise of religion.”
No one is trying to stop you from worshiping your imaginary friend. Go ahead and do that. We just don’t wan’t such superstitious stupidity intertwined with government.
November 27, 2013 at 10:51am
We don’t believe in nothing, you idiot. We believe the 2,000 year-old book written by bronze-age retards that you so unquestioningly dedicate your life to is a fabrication of man. We also believe that our government should be free of this stupidity.
November 22, 2013 at 12:34pm
I know exactly who Gerald Schroeder is. I’ve watched him debate and his intellectual dishonesty is testament that the mind can be so illogically partitioned. When he was asked what evidence could convince him that there was no god, he said this “I couldn’t be convinced.” … Yeah, that’s a great mind at work.
November 22, 2013 at 12:30pm
“We’re talking about a heck of a lot of chance here bro.”
I know. See my previous post. You keep bringing up odds. They mean nothing when the number of events are countless like the universe is. If you flip a coin enough times, it WILL land on its side and stay there. Insanely improbable? Yes. But given enough chances, it WILL happen. Probabilities actually work in the favor of improbable events, given enough chances.
Again, you cannot answer how lifeless matter developed life and then intelligence.
Correct. You see, for as long as people have existed, religion has given explanations for things that people did not yet understand. When we discover new explanations scientifically, religion is put in its pathetic place. Religion fills gaps in our knowledge with dogma and superstition. You are correct that science hasn’t filled all of the gaps in our knowledge vis a vis human origins. But we don’t accept the baseless claims that you try to fill these gaps with.
“Not only did dead matter suddenly spring to life it managed to develop a complex digital code containing the blueprint for life.”
It appears so.
November 22, 2013 at 12:00pm
Do you understand how massive the universe is? Odds mean nothing in something this vast. Yes, it is improbable that life formed on its own. But given enough chances, it can. Our earth was one of those chances.
November 22, 2013 at 11:36am
I love how you asked for evidence, then I provided you with a link in which evidence for evolution is explained by the greatest living biologist, and you don’t even watch it. It is clear to me that you don’t seek the truth. You seek to preach the bu11sh1T you were taught out of a book written by bronze-aged morons. This is why religion is dying in our nation. And it’s a beautiful sight. May your imaginary friend bless you and your family, good sir.
November 22, 2013 at 11:25am
God I wish I could be there when ten years from now that “prophecy” hasn’t happened yet. That would be exquisite.