As usual? Name calling? Sorry, you have mistaken me for someone else. Take your meds. No one gives a damn about your loaded question you yourself have no answer for other than complete and utter nonsensical superstition. The burden of proof lies with you and your outlandish stance that babies come from “god”.
ModerationIsBest, if god gives us babies then god also gives us babies with mutations and genetic disorders. He also gives us influenza, e-coli, tumors, cancer, flesh eating bacteria, syphilis, etc etc.
October 2, 2012 at 6:44pm
Yeah…why would anyone answer that knowing full well you will just attempt to disqualify any incomplete or unsatisfactory answer it with a “myth”? If god makes babies so does pixie dust. Bask in your own ignorance, we’re not joining you.
October 2, 2012 at 1:40pm
God makes babies? Then your god must also abort babies and order their deaths.
“Now go and smite Amalek, and utterly destroy all that they have, and spare them not; but slay both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass.” –1 Samuel 15:3
And to think, you still worship this Hitler-esque genocidal god.
May 10, 2012 at 10:28pm
When will Barrack, Sharpton, & Jackson give up race pimping?
May 10, 2012 at 10:27pm
This is what Glenn Beck & the Blaze need to be more focused on.
May 10, 2012 at 1:03pm
“I guess to atheists, the government is god.”
The only thing I’ve worshiped is a few women. You in your haste to make government godly are making government your god. The United States is not Iran, it is not a theocracy.
“It appears to me that the town voted to put the signs back the way they were before this issue was raised.”
The majority does not get to dictate what religion others must live under.
“Sylvania and it’s residents are not congress therefore the verse on their sign in no way violates the constitution. ~ they most certainly can establish Christianity or any other religion as the official religion of their town if they see fit to”
The 14th amendment prevents any governing body from superseding the constitution. This is why Kalifornia cannot outright ban gun ownership or establish a state religion. A state cannot trump constitutional rights of individuals. Key word is Individual… They are “individual” rights, not “we’re the majority we get to say what goes” rights.
Basically you are wanting to open a Pandora’s box for any religion that gains a majority in a given area. Imagine breaking a law in a county you’re passing through that is predominantly muslim and going to trial in a court room that has Qur’an quotations. Would you be the least bit comfortable with that?
You people are not Right, Left, Republican, Democrat, Conservative, or Liberal. You’re theocrats.
May 9, 2012 at 10:34pm
I wouldn’t call them rightwing. Just religious nuts.
Seaox, mind explaining why each bore had it’s own percussion nipple then?
May 9, 2012 at 6:54pm
Nonsense, we know Shell Cottage is real thus everything in Harry Potter must be real.
March 27, 2012 at 12:15pm
I figured out long ago Christians are just drug addicts looking for their next endorphin release. Looks like they got their rush.
March 27, 2012 at 11:33am
bigdaddyt46, those words were never uttered by Ben Franklin. I mean, I see a lot of terrible attributes to the founders, but that is one of the most absurd quotes I’ve seen attributed to Franklin.
“I mean the logical failures, the obvious ignorance of Christian theology,” Yes. From the Christians themselves… I find it amusing (if that’s the word for it) the utter glee Christians express in believing someone dying and then supposedly meeting their maker is behavior their god would approve of. That kind of sick circle jerk can only from dogmatic groupthink ignorance.
October 25, 2011 at 2:04pm
“By eliminating all expression of any religion in the public sphere – isn’t Congress establishing a religion? That religion is “Atheism”.”
The absence of religious idols and symbols isn’t establishing anything. If a community placed a pentagram on public land to memorialize war veterans would you be so quick to dismiss it?
October 25, 2011 at 1:51pm
“Religious statues are not worshiped, They are merely gentle reminders to jog our heart and mind to “higher” things.”
Are you lost? Apparently the mountainesque view wasn’t enough of a reminder for you. Besides, it was to remind you of WWII vets, not God. It seems that point has falling flat on its face. Time to find another home for that hideous statue or allow all other religions to propagandize the site.