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Perrydepwner
Perrydepwner Sep 2 2012, 10:31pm says:

Just a question, Why are there so many Christians on this page? Also answer me this, if noah got on his ship with i think his son and 2 of each animal did he and his son mate with primates and thats why we are related to them?

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TheTriangulum
TheTriangulum Sep 3 2012, 3:16pm replied:

"Why are there so many Christians on this page?"
There isnt. It is just me. And my activity here has been very recent.

Noah, Shem, Ham, Japheth and their wives went on the ark.

Shem descendants migrated to Mesopotamia,Syria,northern Arabia,cantral Asia
,east Asia(far east),north & south America(native American).

Japheth descendants go to Europe, central Asia(they mixed with Shem descendant in central asia) and they were ancestor of Persians , Aryan Indians ,European & all of Indo-European group.

Ham descendants go to Egypt , north Africa, southern Arabia, Ethiopia, Africa,and live in Canaan

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Sep 3 2012, 6:42pm replied:

Hello trianglum, we at the Church of Fred dont believe in a global flood, we know that a flood is impossible theres not enough water.
see we know what really happened, the first bunnypocalypse.
as said in the Second Book of Fred "and humans were bad, very very bad. So the Fred in is wisdom and love and vengfull hatefull wraith called forth the Bunnypocalypse. the sky grew dark and the bunnys fell the pink fluffy bunnies, as numerous as the stars in the sky and the sands of the desert. and destroyed all of humanity, execpt for the last good guy on the earth and his family, they hid underground in a cave for 3 years till the bunnies all died (because they ate everything) when the survivors left the cave they found a smelly pink hair covered world. Then the fred spoke them and said go and mulitply over the earth, and the susequent imbreeding is why some people have unibrow and have ballon fetishes." Second book of Fred chapter 30 versus 5. this is what really happended not a flood.

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Sep 4 2012, 12:49pm replied:

did any of you guys know ballon fetishes area real thing, didnt believe it till yesterday.

some people love ballons
hey yuri whats the bible got to say on that?

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TheTriangulum
TheTriangulum Sep 4 2012, 5:15am replied:

oooh interesting :D

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TheTriangulum
TheTriangulum Sep 3 2012, 3:28pm replied:

Wait. I looked into the hebrew just now. There is a Hebrew word that always refers to the entire earth or the entire inhabited earth. The word is tebel, which is found 37 times in the Old Testament. Curiously, this word is never used to describe the flood, although it is used extensively to describe the creation of the earth and the judgment of the peoples of the earth.

Hmmm...

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TheTriangulum
TheTriangulum Sep 3 2012, 3:52pm replied:

^ ignore that comment above ^

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TheTriangulum
TheTriangulum Sep 3 2012, 3:32pm replied:

Darn it I wish I read hebrew. You know there is a GCSE in Hebrew here in UK? Might look into that :D

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attackmike
attackmike Sep 1 2012, 7:43pm says:

just wondering why dont atheist target Buddhism?

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Blakluma
Blakluma Sep 1 2012, 9:18pm replied:

Well Buddhism is a religion (or more technically a belief) that does not inflict upon society in any harmful ways.

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Velancious
Velancious Sep 4 2012, 2:19am replied:

Religions don't have to be violent (evidenced by Buddhism which I consider to be half/half); the problem is what the religions teach.

Some lessons I heard from Buddhism were valuable like "Question everything, and only believe something if it really validates with your common sense, not even from me."

I also don't think I ever heard of Buddhists killing others over their beliefs or forcing others to believe either. This is pretty much why Buddhism is hardly ever criticized, because it is much nicer and doesn't try to restrict other people who don't believe.

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TheTriangulum
TheTriangulum Sep 4 2012, 5:17am replied:

The Bible does encourage people to question it without arrogance, to strengthen your beliefs too you know

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ComradeWinston Creator
ComradeWinston Sep 1 2012, 8:35pm replied:

How many people have been burned at the stake or stoned due to something in a holy text related to Buddhism?

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Sep 3 2012, 6:27pm replied:

no buddist light themselves on fire, not others.

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Sep 3 2012, 9:09pm replied:

my comment on buddism isnt ment to be derogitory to buddist, i like buddists, it just to show the difference between christainity

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Seeme
Seeme Sep 1 2012, 9:09pm replied:

1. Buddist don't believe in a guy who created everything and is unquestionable (God)
2. What Winston said
3. They don't hinder knowledge and technology.
4. What they teach the best out of all religions.

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TheTriangulum
TheTriangulum Sep 2 2012, 11:30am replied:

I could say the same for atheism.

Two words. Pol Pot
I suggest watching the debate between Professor John Lennox and Hitchens on "Is God Great?"

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ComradeWinston Creator
ComradeWinston Sep 2 2012, 9:23pm replied:

Pol Pot, a man with connections to the CIA who also sucked up to Mao purely for support. He also had people killed for trivial reasons such as wearing glasses among other things.

These are actions representative of a delusional *****, where the connection lies between not believing in the supernatural and his or any other tyrannical madman's ambitions seems to escape me. Possibly because there aren't any to speak of...

Need I mention that Vietnam invaded Cambodia to rid the country of the Khmer Rouge after the US finally decided to stop bombing Southeast Asia, or how Stalin abused the heavily religious past of Russia to retain the heavily centralized power structure?

Humanity is often its own worst enemy, our tendency to settle for supernatural answers to otherwise complicated or seemingly impossible questions only exerts the problem.

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Seeme
Seeme Sep 2 2012, 6:55pm replied:

Not sure I get this. You could say those 4 for Atheism?

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attackmike
attackmike Sep 2 2012, 2:11am replied:

cool thanks.

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