User Profile: JQuentinEvermann

JQuentinEvermann

Member Since: June 06, 2012

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  • April 20, 2014 at 7:02pm

    I blindly believed when I was your age too. I don’t hold it against you, and I argued with my professors as well. Then I read the bible several times and understood more about the topic than I could reconcile with myself and still say I was a Christian.

    Religion is a business, churches are retail outlets, but faith is pure and personal. I don’t know how you will turn out when you grow up (not being condescending), but relying on a church for your understanding of god is like relying on Chevrolet for an education on all cars; obviously Chevy will be perfect and deserving of all praise.

    I wish you well.

  • April 20, 2014 at 6:29pm

    If your god were real, he would be ashamed of you (by his standards.) Not only do you not understand what you claim to be your religion, you fail to even attempt to live up to god’s purpose for you.

    Such a small, small man. As insignificant on the internet as he is in real life. No contributions to the world. No love for others or himself. Time to move out of your parents’ basement and become a man.

  • April 20, 2014 at 6:06pm

    @reppint

    Wow, such a nasty person you are. Of course the bible says to kill anyone who worships a different god…so maybe you are being kind with your name calling.

    Since your bedtime stories are so important to you, I am not surprised that you never studied their history. I seriously doubt you have ever read the bible, yet you attack people who have, using your limited knowledge of your god as justification.

    My god is stronger than your god. My dad could beat up yours. Jack and the beanstalk is historically accurate. Only a small man would resort to such attacks for such a small issue as your belief in a business…er…church.

  • April 4, 2014 at 10:17am

    @Arcana

    Yes, you are absolutely correct! The atmosphere used to be so thick that sunlight could barely reach the surface of Earth, and we all know that sunlight is what causes everything to die, which is why plants grow much better without any sunlight.

    Then water dissolved this super-thick atmosphere, as water is known to do, and then we all started getting wrinkles (which is actually the cause of getting old, not a symptom). Then we all started dying from the wrinkles.

    If you want to live longer, lay in a dark closet with heavy weights on top of yourself, and avoid water and medication. You may just make it to 900!

  • April 4, 2014 at 10:06am

    I hope that cop gets tossed in jail for a few years. He invaded a man’s home, took his freedom, and got paid to do it.

    It is stories like this that make me want to believe half the stories out of the hood about Blacks being harassed for no reason.

    Here is Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s contact information:

    Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office
    1233 Westbank Expressway
    Harvey, LA 70058

    Sheriff Newell Normand sheriff@jpso.com

  • April 4, 2014 at 9:29am

    It is clear from not only ancient cave paintings and stories, but also from the Bible, that “God” was a group of advanced aliens that came from the “heavens” and helped shape humanity, giving them dominion over Earth.

    In Hebrew, Genesis says that God made man as a slave. When the “serpent” tricked man into taking free will from a “tree” and freed him from God’s physical bondage, this angered God. Then man begin to mate with God’s crew of angels and made “giants.”

    Well, this really screwed up God’s plan for a lot of cheap labor, so he flooded the world and washed his hands of us. Later appearances of “God” were simply fallen angels that were assumed to be God himself. This explains the inconsistent abilities of “God.” Why sometimes you can look at him, sometimes he can see the future, sometimes he can change it, etc.

    These were Bronze Age people we’re talking about. A cigarette lighter or flashlight would have made anyone seem like a god. Imagine what was thought of those who landed in a spacecraft as described in Ezekiel.

  • March 16, 2014 at 1:15pm

    Nabu…LOL. If you know of weed that keeps you stoned for weeks at a time, you are sitting on a gold mine. You are confusing the ability to detect something in your system with its effect. Tobacco can te detected for up to a year with a mouth swab.

    And when you say things like marijuana makes you a violent killer, any other “fact” you state is view just as laughably. You have watched Reefer Madness too many times.

  • February 21, 2014 at 1:42pm

    Here is the Austin PD’s phone number…for reasons:

    512-974-2220

  • February 13, 2014 at 7:58am

    Don’t test me.

  • February 10, 2014 at 3:48pm

    @evil…

    Pretty sure you are misreading what was said. He isn’t saying Jesus died for God, but rather had to die so that God would forgive man.

  • February 10, 2014 at 10:52am

    @James

    God created man as a slave. Satan gave man enough knowledge to rebel, ruining God’s crop of mindless workers, so God killed everyone. Later instances of “God” are just different aliens that interacted with man long after the first washed his hands of us.

    This is why so of the 613 Commandments deal with food prep and cleanliness; God can’t eat certain types of food.

  • February 10, 2014 at 10:45am

    People who can hear can also read…so not really a reason for God to have so many retail outlets…er…I mean churches, is there? You pervert the Word every time you pay someone to spoon feed faith to the weak minded.

    Read the Bible and you will see the truth: Stone Age men told stories to explain what they saw, Bronze Age men wrote them down, and thousands of years later Jesus did his damndest to tell you they were wrong.

  • February 10, 2014 at 10:31am

    The more one studiea the Bible, the easier it is to learn the truth. Most Christians haven’t read it.

  • February 2, 2014 at 10:32am

    A drink with poor taste won’t last long.

    - Confucius

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  • January 25, 2014 at 4:56pm

    @Nukehaze

    I think everyone can agree that the most probable explination is an alien race visited man, and humans knowing nothing of the universe or science, recorded these visits of celestial beings as those of gods. The Bible records God’s space ship landing, how walls were built to protect humans from the rocket wash, how fiery swords and landing strips and space helmets were all used by gods and angels.

    We must understand the Bible was written by men whos understanding of the universe was extremely limited, with no scientific knowledge whatsoever.

    It isn’t that these aliens pretended to be gods, but compared to ancient man, they most certainly would have been viewed as such.

  • January 25, 2014 at 4:44pm

    Very true…it could just have easily given out a half roar and lazily walked in a different direction…or even laid back down.

  • January 25, 2014 at 2:25pm

    @Gideon

    You are assuming these arks were intended to float. Pitch was to be placed on every side of every board, inside and out, and between them as well…making it temporarily air tight. Perhaps they were meant to survive inside a ship without the Earth’s atmosphere…in God’s ship.

  • January 25, 2014 at 1:33pm

    Religion is the retail outlet for faith. It is a business, nothing more. They sell invisible merchandise to those who are too lazy to craft their own understanding of the universe. The “god” of any religion will always be less than the “god” of any other.

    Get it through your heads; Stone Age and Bronze Age people considere the stars to be celestial beings. When something came from the sky and performed acts so far beyond the imaginations of our pre-science ancestors, they had no choice but to ascribe divinity to these beings.

    You are all worahiping aliens and you retell the atories of their arrival as id it was God Himself.

    Unless you understand this, you are all worshiping false gods.

  • January 25, 2014 at 11:58am

    @deception

    You were never babtized? No Sunday school? No threats of damnation for sinning? Never told that thoughts were as bad as actions? No original sin…leaving you out of Paradise?

    So, if you aren’t Christian, what are you?

  • January 25, 2014 at 11:54am

    @bigyellow

    My point is that the threat of damnation is an ancient tool used to make people fearful of believing something contrary to your own beliefs. I pointed out that the modern view of Hell isn’t even Biblical, but came from the imagination of a writer, but it is embraced by most Christians because it is even scarier than the Biblical account of Hell…which is a separation from God.

    I see this story as more proof of an ancient flood. But because the shape of the boat is “wrong” others will claim it is merritless. The Bible tells of a time almost forgotten even to ancient man; to discount a story because every detail isn’t exactly like the childhood stories you were told is foolish. Hell, stories printed today regarding events from yesterday aren’t the same.

    To hold every detail of the Bible as “absolute proof/truth” is to deny yourself the opportunity to ever learn anything new.

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