This group is exactly what the name implies. A group for people who are Christians. If you're a Christian then please join us. We're a place on ModDB for Christians to gather and talk. It's as simple as that.
It's been a while since I was involved in those debates, and as a result my skills have degraded:(
Hey look, there's me! Wow! I have a sword in my chest, and an arrow in my kn- uh...
I'm the knight with a red cape on that white horse in the lower right portion of the image. Winning as usual I am. Don't worry I'll save you.
ElfFriend however is behind enemy lines (as usual) so we'll have to mount an offensive.
On my charge!
Load the creatard cannons! Let cakes fly and biscuits soar! Archers, unleash your jelly-head arrows upon the enemies of the Sacred Bakery!
For those of you who don't get the reference: Moddb.com
Almost forgot about our creatard cakes. Those will certainly cause some allergic reactions giving us the advantage.
Buahahaha! Everything is going according to the plan :>
I am a resigned general. I do not engage in debates with atheists anymore. There is absolutely no point and is utterly futile. Only best to share the knowledge to those who actually want to see it.
RIDE INTO BATTLE!
(no idea where the quote is from, just saw it on... somewhere on the internet)
This is a picture of Petar Radicevic named "Kosovski Boj" (Battle of Kosovo)- which was one of the greatest battles of Christians against Ottoman (Muslim) Empire. The battle was set in 1389, when Serbian prince, Lazar Hrebeljanovic, gathered almost whole Serbia to stop the Ottoman invasion on Europe.
Even today, the outcome of this battle is unknown- the Serbs lost nearly all of it's army, but Ottomans have retreated from Balkan. The bells of churches across the Europe (Vatican, France and other Christian states) were ranging in the glory of "the big Serbian, Christian victory", how Pope in Vatican said.
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Sweet eh? :D