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Rules for Christians of Moddb.

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After a discussion between MattmanDude, CrazyOldTeenager, and myself, a short (but to the point) series of rules will now be coming into effect for this...

Musings: My faith is Byzantine

Musings: My faith is Byzantine

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Basileus Basileon Basileuon Basileuonton. Translated as "king of kings, ruling over rulers"

What is the Bible?

What is the Bible?

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Just a message from an old wanderer passing through.

Armor, Rank, and Dogma.

Armor, Rank, and Dogma.

Nov 27, 2014 News 3 comments

Lot of information for new recruits packed into a mere article. Also has three medal of honor soundtracks to listen too while reading if you want. Enjoy.

God's Grand Army.

God's Grand Army.

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Your new order of business now that you are a member of the Grand Army of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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LastLifeOfficial Mar 20 2015, 3:59pm says:

Hey people, do you guys remember when i said "if i weren't christian, i would long ago commited suicide" ? well, i witnessed the fact of "god doesn't forgets about you", now i'm going to study Chemical Ingineering and everything is okay :) never lose faith.

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Nevec Trooper
Nevec Trooper Mar 20 2015, 11:52pm replied:

And to imagine there are those who call Christianity a crutch.
Lets just face facts, it saves lives.

Glad to hear your alright. :-)

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L-C-69 Feb 28 2015, 5:39am says:

Some non-believers are merely curious as to why certain people succumb to some peculiar, irrational and somewhat detrimental beliefs that cannot be proven or dismissed. They have absolutely no reason to believe in illogical things, so they question such things in order to shed some light on the matter. And so on...

Anyone's entitled to their own opinion, but, as we all know, freedom of speech means little when you encounter opposition, that's why any opinion may be a source of conflict. Personally, I honestly think any conversation may have a hilarious outcome :D

"Every choice we make, whether we know it or not, sends echoes through the Force. It can awaken feelings, ignite passions, hate, anger, fear - where none existed before." -Atris-

Let's revive some extinct species - I believe in Dinosaurs ;) and this one is particularly interesting - no, actually it's quite appalling. I wouldn't want to see one for one reason - it would be a deadly encounter :/

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Nevec Trooper
Nevec Trooper Feb 28 2015, 10:47pm replied:

Works both ways.
Believers view some things non-believers believe as strange or false as well.

What Atris said applies very well.
Even our small choices can have a impact long after we are gone.

The T-Rex is one of the reasons I believe some species should "remain" extinct.

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L-C-69 Mar 1 2015, 1:14am replied:

There's no need to mix spirituality with science. Honestly, this separation is necessary for one particular reason: logic. While our current understanding of certain things is relatively refined, we still need to learn more. And that's the wonderful thing about science, our perspective evolves. Our species can be so much more.

History has proven that an exceptional individual may change the whole world. Whether it's local or global change, be the change you want to see in the world. Just restrain yourself and don't let your ideology go to far.

Emotional entanglements can be dangerous, they can impair rational thought and lead to outbursts of uncontrolled emotions. We must do what is needed, personal desires notwithstanding. Love can only obscure and confuse the matter.

I'm fairly certain you'd like to see a Jurassic Park on an island. ;)
An unknown person: Here, cute. Nom nom, it's tasty. Come on... oh my *** hand ahh! Oh no... what now? - O_O

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Nevec Trooper
Nevec Trooper Mar 1 2015, 3:22am replied:

Spirituality and science both play their own separate roles. But both go hand in hand on how the creation was designed and operates.

Without love, I am nothing.

It's always starts with "oooohhhhs" and "aaaahhhhs", and then there's all the screaming and running. I'm not too fond of ending up some Dino's noon chow. Bring a significant security force trained in handling Dino situations with ease and then I'd consider it. I specialize in taking down battle droids, not Dino's!

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L-C-69 Mar 1 2015, 4:14am replied:

My mentality slightly differs from yours - :D
(It's just a clip. I like you anyway)

Dino-creatures all around! God put them here to test us! ah-ha! You saw this clip coming, didn't you? :D

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Nevec Trooper
Nevec Trooper Mar 1 2015, 5:08am replied:

(Feelings mutual)

Yep. :-)

Were still learning more about Dino's every year though. Turns out most raptors were much smaller than the movies portrayed and had feathers. Not as monstrous as we first thought. Other Dino's were learning more about as well.

It's theorized a raptor was what spoke to Eve in the Bible. I think that's actually possible. Judging from scientists theories and study on the matter, they were even more intelligent than primates, and possibly capable of limited speech. Afterwards the Lord cursed those creatures for their part in Man's fall, that may partly explain their extinction/evolution? Anyhow they now slither on their bellies and lost much of their intelligence.

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L-C-69 Mar 1 2015, 6:25am replied:

Jurassic Park misconceptions - Informative articles and videos are worth way more than an embellished/surrealistic vision of world.

It sounds as though the 'sin' caused our devolution making us considerably weaker, vulnerable to pain, susceptible to temptations and disruptive influence. I don't want to be a human anymore. :D

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Nevec Trooper
Nevec Trooper Mar 1 2015, 7:24am replied:

Educational video. That was fun. I was right about everything till the Intelligence part, but they are about as smart as an Eagle from what I could gather. And Eagle's are much more intelligent than most other birds. So there may still be hope for that theory I stated. We do learn more each year. :-)

Sin did cause our de-evolution. From Biblical texts and the Book of Enoch it can be gathered man was much better set when he followed the Lord's guidance. It's even stated in the Book after our fall that when we started dying, it got worse and worse every generation. Our years were decreased till it is what it is now.

However, it's stated in the Bible that after our Resurrection at the Second coming of Christ us Believers will be "transformed". Possibly meaning we will regain our lost glory and evolve. I don't really know much about what that's going to be like. But apparently much better than we are now even granting us immortality. Even the dead in Christ will rise and be transformed. It's quite something to think about.

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Yuribeard7 Feb 27 2015, 6:52pm says:

*sigh* I don't know why I still bother with the atheist group at all anymore. I say something that proves their arguments or comments to be incorrect, the comment gets deleted. Guess they don't like facts and being embarrassed in front of others.

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Cervi_Messias Feb 27 2015, 9:47pm replied:

If any comments of yours got deleted let me know where and I will un-delete them

Winston doesn't like it when non troll comments are deleted
edit: apparently we can't un-delete them weird
are you sure you posted?

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Nevec Trooper
Nevec Trooper Feb 27 2015, 9:37pm replied:

Perhaps their response was appropriate in this case? Here's the catch about trying to appeal to non-beleivers or argue theology with them.

When a Christian appeals to a non-believer about the faith it supposed be an attempt to convert, not a battle of the minds or an effort at dominance to prove one's "intellectual" superiority. Your to wait till the right opportunity presents itself to spread this Message, which takes experience and the Lord's guidance to accomplish. Were not to harass, and argue till both sides are red in the face and bitter. All that does is brew hatred and conflict.

As Christians, were here to spread the Message of Peace, not War.

Lastly, if they are "adamant" in refusing to hear the message. Do as Christ told the Disciples, dust off your shoes, and walk away. The Lord himself will deal with them in due time. But for now, such is no longer your concern. You can still pray for their salvation though, which is always a good option.

Do you understand now? This isn't about arguments, it's about people's souls. That takes priority over theological debates. Besides, such debates these days often result in nothing less that total flame wars.

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MattmanDude Creator
MattmanDude Feb 27 2015, 8:28pm replied:

Then why bother going over and trying to convert them. They're not interested mate. Leave them be.

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