User Profile: Sparky101

Sparky101

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  • November 10, 2014 at 9:16pm

    (Continued:)
    Your “..you people..,” speaks more about you than those you attempt to denigrate. And, I never “yammer.” I’m also far from being “unsure” about myself and have done many things you will probably never be able to do in your life. And maybe that goes both ways.

    You say: “Your projection about atheists being ugly is absurd.” Of course it very nearly was; I was channeling Blinknight, and like he says, “If you say something ignorant, I’ll call you ignorant.” Really? My mother taught me better. He is a hater that simply doesn’t get it. Do you? I can help you if you need a clue.

    I love it when you say things like “..but most anybody with a working mind will see right through…” Earth to Noz, we all have working minds and some of us have a good bit of education and experience to actually prove that. You seem to give yourself way too much credit. Are you just another self absorbed “atheist” that posts such “yammer”?

    And by the way, neither I nor Christianity needs to prove anything to you. I’ve been where you are, and I find this to be a great improvement. So I don’t need your approval for anything I might do or believe – I’m simply that sure about myself and my faith.

  • November 10, 2014 at 9:11pm

    Noz, thanks for your “insight.” Allow me to give you some in return. You’ve been around here for 5 weeks (Oct. 2, 2014). I’ve been here 4 years longer than you, so imagine what I’ve seen here that you haven’t.

    Eutope (please spell it right) has been lurking here since mid-May, almost a whopping 6 months (that you are privy to only 5 weeks worth). Is it then possible that you are a mite wet behind the ears in your attempt to “set me straight” on him? I think so.

    Recall his 1st post on this thread: “Evangelical nutters deserve all the abuse they get.” Notice he leads off with what has here become fairly typical of “our” atheists; name-calling, and insults.

    Blinknight, one of my all-time favorite mean-spirited and insulting “atheists,” has been here less than 2 years. But due to your being here for only 5 short weeks, you did not notice how in my post above, I simply took a page from his nauseating playbook and tossed it back at those who seem to be less than honest, like him. Go discuss such shortcomings with him, not me.

    I notice from your reply to my post that you could be infected by the same dishonesty virus.

    Here’s the reason I say this: You wrote: “…you people take it as threat to your particular brand of religion.” That’s a huge generalization besides being false. Do you know me and what I do? Nope. You don’t know my religion either, so you are way less than honest to proclaim you know anything about me or how I relate to honest people. (continued below)

  • November 9, 2014 at 11:47pm

    I ate the spaghetti monster last night. I boiled the noodily appendages myself to ensure it was DEAD, 24 hours later that monster’s true character became apparent in my toilet, proof positive evidence that claims of his deity are inflated (he sank).

    I’m constantly amazed at how “intelligent” people like you can believe such things. but I respect that it is your fervent belief and you are free to practice your religion without derogatory insults from others.

  • November 9, 2014 at 11:16pm

    J-moe says: ” We Atheists know that God is just a fictional character from a book.”

    Really? You atheists “know” this? Evidence for your claim please. (Crickets or much BS enters at this point.)

    What’s most amazing about most of your claims is that you think we actually believe you speak for all atheists. Note to J-moe, we “know” you don’t, so try being just a little honest for once.

  • November 7, 2014 at 1:38pm

    And as usual, The Blaze’s “kind and loving” atheistic fanatics show up to spew their venom and hate.

  • [2] November 7, 2014 at 12:17pm

    Like the “atheists” posting here, she is UGLY from the inside out.
    They can’t respect opinions or beliefs that differ from their own, to the extent they try to shut you up, shout you down, use condescending speech, name-calling, and bigoted insults in an attempt to artificially place themselves above others.
    But it must not really work for them and their sad little existence, for they just can’t shut up and let others live their lives as they see fit. They troll here for an opportunity to insult others.
    They claim their “educated” unbelief is something logical or reasonable, yet just cannot afford others the same grace. But an extreme bias forces them to look down and lash out at anyone that believes, simply because they can’t understand it.
    Their hateful rants are so predictable it seems as if there is really only one “atheistic” militant with 20 or more Blaze logons.

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  • October 19, 2014 at 12:10pm

    Blink, you are amazingly dense today, more so than usual. All I did was to quote your nasty statements right back to you (I guess I might as well add “selective blindness” to my list of your faults).

    Now you go on about me supposedly waiting for you to leave before I respond to something ugly you’ve said. And AMAZINGLY you say this right after trying to insult another Blazer with: “People come and go, and show up and vanish, and you never know when or where or why. That’s just how it works. But it’s funny to listen to people who are too stupid to actually argue sit around going ‘neener neener he didn’t show up immediately so he must be afraid’”

    You are funny. You immediately do exactly what you falsely derided another for doing. Like you get a free pass?

    Nah, stew in your own crap. I’ll deal with you when I get some free time – and then as usual I’ll take you to the woodshed – you never learn (look up borderline personality disorder and see the photo of you they’ve posted – this is why you have no real friends – get help, there is a treatment that works pretty good I’m told).

  • October 19, 2014 at 11:58am

    Crickets from Blink, but then he’s the one who has shown us he knows very little of embryology. He once said a developing baby is no different than cancer (and he’s supposed to know so much about genetics).

  • October 19, 2014 at 1:08am

    Foment, that demonstration was given 2000 years ago and in every year since (including in my own life); “Once I was blind but now I can see.”

    I know I was blind. I lived that way for many, many, years. But now I can see. Now I can compare these two different experiences in my own life and better understand them both. It is an individual journey. I must live my life, I cannot live yours. The proof that I needed was provided when I was able to humble myself to the possibility of a being so much higher than me that would be truly worthy of all my praise (and as a total skeptic, that was a very difficult path to find).

    It is not so much just managing to be open to it as much as it was an active, honest seeking with all my heart and a honest fear that I might fail.

  • October 19, 2014 at 12:40am

    Huff, it doesn’t appear to me that you thought this all the way through, but those are respectable questions.

    What do you know about the Trinity, or the mind of God? If Jesus left this orb to go sit at the right hand of the Father, then how can God still be on this orb in the form of the Holy Spirit? What is the picture given in Revelation of the Father? How many thrones are spoken of there? Which one does Jesus sit in? It starts to come together better when you read it all.

  • October 19, 2014 at 12:28am

    Big, you don’t seem to have read what I wrote. Based on the quote you have given about 10 times on this thread, Rustin perhaps inadvertently speaks a truth that acting “decent” won’t get you a reward. The motivation is key.

    Not only does God know the heart (the intent behind the actions) but he knows the motivation. Pretenders don’t get in, honest believers do.

    In essence Rustin, perhaps unwittingly, states that the pretenders are like feces and their reward is the sewer.

    An honest believer is not a believer because of some possible reward, that would be dishonest, but rather out of a deep understanding of what Christ did on the cross for them. In that honest belief, they submit their lives to Christ in return.

    What you propose is folly, that one can proclaim a legitimate “belief” in order to win 100 bucks.

    So it would be more honest to say I disagree with what you think Rustin said, perhaps based on a poor understanding of scripture.

  • October 19, 2014 at 12:00am

    Actually Blink even I have exposed your folly and claims to “know” the Bible. It’s easy because you are only a legend in your own puffed up mind.

    Time and again you’ve tried to make some point about something you’ve stumbled across on some half-baked, ill-researched atheist web site, but your plagiarism typically fails because you simply have a half-baked understanding of the scriptures you claim to “know so well.”

    Put more simply: You do not know what’s in it. That’s obvious to the most casual observer, so quit with your pompous claims. Failure.

    So, now why don’t you address my very real and proven charge that you exaggerate most everything, as was most recently was seen in your claim of knowing what most atheists have read, even after you had to walk back a previous claim as to how a “vast number” of your co-workers were atheists or agnostics. You couldn’t even begin to support that claim.

    Here’s what I challenged you with above: Again with the puffing up of yourself in your proclamation: “Most people who are atheists…..”. You don’t even know which of your own co-workers are atheists, so how can you expect us to believe you know what any other atheist may or may not have read? If you are the Son of Lies, you are making your “Father” proud.

    Why can’t you simply tell the truth? Is the truth not powerful enough to support your claims that you constantly must falsely embellish them?

  • [1] October 18, 2014 at 11:08pm

    But Blink, you don’t have a Ph.D., and she does. She out ranks you.

  • October 18, 2014 at 11:30am

    That’s okay Forment, I never really expected you to respond legitimately. That would be very hard for you because you tend to defend your ridiculous comments at all cost – even that of making yourself look foolish in the eyes of all who do know the truthful answers.

    By the way, to bring you a little closer to the ground, Mohammed has nowhere near the name recognition that Jesus has, nor have there been anywhere near as many books written about him. Just bringing him up shows me how hollow your supposed intellectual point was. If you can’t answer the question honestly, try keeping quiet.

  • October 17, 2014 at 11:09pm

    Lib, your bias causes you to make profound statements (profoundly bigoted ones).

    One honest thing a believer could say about following Christ is that it isn’t an easy path (contrary to a statement just made by one without such experience).

    An overwhelming falsehood you promote is that a person can just up and decide to believe, but since you don’t, that is somewhat understandable. I mean how could you know the truth about something you’ve never done. I pass on His grace to you (although it isn’t always easy, as I said before).

  • October 17, 2014 at 10:53pm

    For a fictional character on today’s TV scene, Rustin seems to understand what gets you to heaven and what doesn’t (although I think he is a bit crude in how he refers to those of the latter case).

  • October 17, 2014 at 10:35pm

    And Sky, that’s exactly what scripture said you would begin to experience. I feel your joy in the Lord.

  • [-1] October 17, 2014 at 10:25pm

    Nope, I think there is plenty of evidence for anyone willing to research, IF they have an open mind or can at least admit they don’t have it all figured out. At least that’s my experience.

    If you are looking for truth, you will find it. If you are not willing to give it an honest look, it will continue to evade you.

    Not saying to check you brain at the door, but rather to not turn it off or censor in advance what it can or can’t process. It’s that old “ears to hear” stuff.

    Some of the best “evidence” around could be in the number of believers you can truly count as your friends. If that number is very near zero, then perhaps you already have your “answer.”

  • [-1] October 17, 2014 at 10:05pm

    Blink, I see you are still peddling your woefully ignorant “Bible lite” stuff.

    No, it is apparent to most any believer with a knowledge of scripture, that you do not “know what’s in it” (the Bible).

    Sure you know a little bit; maybe even enough to convince your biblically illiterate co-workers that you know what’s in it, but you aren’t fooling most people here.

    There’s a good and scriptural reason for your Bible ignorance (and you’ve been shown that), but with your faux-superior attitude it’s not likely to get resolved.

    Again with the puffing up of yourself in your proclamation: “Most people who are atheists…..”.

    You don’t even know which of your own co-workers are atheists, so how can you expect us to believe you know what any other atheist may or may not have read.

    If you are the Son of Lies, you are making your “Father” proud.

  • October 17, 2014 at 9:33pm

    Forment, in all fairness, if one follows your frail logic that the gospels aren’t legitimate, then very little (perhaps nothing) of what you believe to be true can actually be true because very little of what you believe (perhaps none of it) can be validated to the degree you demand the Gospels be validated.

    What other person in all of history has had anywhere near the number of books written about them than Jesus? None even come close.

    What other person living or dead has anywhere near the worldwide name recognition that Jesus has? None even come close.

    So how is it that a simple carpenter of 2000 years ago, from a little known backwater town in Levant, could command such respect if it was all mythology?

    Simple, there is much more to him than you are willing to admit.

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