User Profile: PobeptMu

Member Since: June 24, 2012


  • October 23, 2012 at 4:13pm

    Posted on October 23, 2012 at 12:48pm
    Yes, you can. It’s just a matter of the group electing you. What’s your point?
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    The point, if everyone is playing by the same rules I don’t see a problem at this time. But I wonder though, if, for example an atheist runs for president of a Christian club and is not elected can/will he/she turn around and sue the organization for discrimination.

  • October 23, 2012 at 10:29am

    So, as a believer does that mean that the Atheist group must give me a chance to be the president of their clud, or how about GLBT, I am against gay marriage can I lead there club. What about, say Muslims, I sure they would have no problem letting a Christian leading their club.

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  • October 4, 2012 at 5:21pm

    Never said you could not have a purpose, meaning or a since of value, but I used the “ultimate” purpose, meaning, and value. There is evidence that makes the existence of God more probable than not. There is the Cosmology, the teleological and the moral argument just to name three.

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  • October 4, 2012 at 3:05pm

    What does the atheist tell them? This is all there is. Your life has no ultimate value, meaning or purpose. That religion only tells you were made in image of God, that you are here for a purpose, that you have value, you life does have meaning.

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  • September 22, 2012 at 11:03pm

    “Maher joked that atheist beliefs would solve a lot of the problems. I am not sure about that? The last few atheist nation did not do so well specially for the people. Lenin/Stalin, what 40 or more million people just disappeared , Mao was reported to have said “we have some many people so what if we(no one knows just how many people again just disappeared) lose a few. And there was that guy named Pol pot that reduced his population by 2 million, just saying and I know not ever atheist thinks that/this way. Since-some- atheist believe we have no ultimate value, purpose, are meaning. Peter Hitchens(brother of the late Christopher Hitchens ) I would rather be a atheist in a Christian country than an atheistic one.

  • September 20, 2012 at 4:32pm

    Gays are for marriage equality, really? just ask them, is ok if Mormons(Muslims) can have more than one wife? And what about bi- sexuals do they get to marry on of each. How about the “Man boy” group, they want to marry young boys. Then there are those who believe in intergenerational marriage? And let us not forget those who want to marry their pet, is that ok. Then listen to the intolerance.

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  • September 18, 2012 at 1:04pm

    I had always wondered why Obama choose Biden given his “gafts”. Then it hit me, maybe it was Obama’s way of looking(defining) supeiror to “white” males.

  • September 17, 2012 at 2:29pm

    I find that people like yourself are quick to say some one hates without even know the person personally. I know Tony personlly and does not “hate” gay people. I could say-without knowing you- that you “hate Christians”. But since I don’t know you personally that would be wrong to say. What I and Tony(I believe in would say) that we as Americans have the right to share our beliefs(as you have the right to share yours) with out being shot at, being call all kind of vile names(and if anyone on our side is doing it, it to is wrong), people having our rights of speech shut down. One of the beauties of the American experienc is that we can(should) be able to debat this issus in a calm and recpectful way.

  • September 17, 2012 at 2:15pm

    I like what Peter Hitchens(brother of the late Christopher Hitchens of New Athiest fame) said that he would rather be an athiest in a Christian nation than a athiestic one. And I would adds “specially if the athiest was once a muslim.”

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  • September 14, 2012 at 9:02pm

    But he is right.

  • June 25, 2012 at 11:03pm

    The old saying that there is nothing new under the sun strikes again. This same idea was debated in the 2nd cent. Even Origen writes that his opponent, Celsus, in c. AD 178, said that he heard from a Jew that “Miriam” had become pregnant by “Pantheras,” a Roman soldier; was divorced by her husband, and bore Jesus in secret. What is next? Jesus got married and moved to France, wait that is Dan Brown.

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  • June 25, 2012 at 8:32pm

    He specks of some of the inconsistence within the Gospel, what’s that modern phrase, “Well duh,” I am not saying that there not some problems, but we should expect some inconsistency because we a talking about eyewitness testimony. People giving what “they” saw and “they” heard. It would be same today if several people saw a auto accident. He talks about it would have been better to have started in Roman. Why? Seems that Christianity has done very well.

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  • June 23, 2012 at 11:24pm

    “Isn’t it at all interesting to you how every single follower of Jesus DIED for what they beileved and what he taught?” People die for delusions all of the time. Muslims die for their religion. Because they died for it doesn’t lend credence to the claims they made. If I die for Zeus, does Zeus then exist? No.
    ModerationsBest made a good point about others dying for the religion or god. And one could probably make the same case for the followers of Jesus many years after his original disciple(apostles) had all but one been martyred. The difference is, they-disciples (apostles) go back to the very city –Jerusalem where 50 days earlier Jesus had been crucified- and declared that “they” themselves have seen the risen Jesus. This what “they” preached, taught, and were willing to sacrifice there on lives for.

  • June 23, 2012 at 10:53pm

    Mormons are the same as Jews, Muslims and Christians, Mormonism is polytheist, Jew, Muslims, and Christians are monotheist. Each do make a claim about Jesus, to the Jews Jesus died, to the Muslims Jesus was taken by Allah before he was Crucified and some else died on the cross. To the Christians Jesus was crucified was buried but rose again. Each make truth claims that are rooted in history. Because they are rooted in history one is able to do his or her on research (historical, archaeology, philosophical, etc) to see if the evidence each claim to have holds up to scrutiny, what is the best explanation. Faith without evidence is illusory, that goes for theist as well as atheist. I believe the evidence for Jesus is strong, that is one reason I follow Jesus of Nazareth but I did my on research pro and con.