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[Replying to 'Infants and children are enemies of God?']

Nope, but I suppose He had a good reason to order the complete destruction of those evil cities. Those poor kids would have grown up just as depraved as their parents.

s0uljah, Christian Forums 12 Comments [10/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Those poor kids didn't have to be slaughtered in the name of... either. All powerful my ass.

6/23/2006 11:51:40 AM


So your god rather kills indiscriminately, rather than educate? Nice.
I think I'd rather follow the IPU. The worst she has done is poke holes in the socks of unbelievers.

2/19/2008 10:25:03 AM


Well, this explain the disastrous bible belt weather of the last few years. And Bush in power during Katrina explains the f them 'tude, servant of the Lord that he is.

2/19/2008 11:19:18 PM


This guy's username is "souljah"?

I refuse to listen to him, or that goddamned song.

2/19/2008 11:25:44 PM


So, like the dwarf on the bottom, then.

4/29/2008 7:40:10 PM


How on earth is this only getting a 2.73?

4/29/2008 7:41:22 PM


@ nemesis

poe? a TRUE believer would have forgone the "i suppose", for a full-on claim of personal surety.

4/30/2008 12:04:54 AM


There is no good reason to destroy a city full of people. Period.

10/3/2010 11:49:54 PM

If your god knew they were going to be born in an evil environment then why did he let them be born in the first place? Just so that he could murder them later to make a statement? Fuck you and your perverse beliefs!

10/4/2010 1:02:10 AM


Yet again, this undermines the concept of free will.

I mean, this is basically saying that free will is irrelevant, as choosing to exercise said will dooms you.

2/7/2011 12:26:13 AM


Sooo... what's your stance on abortion, then? Just curious.

2/7/2011 3:30:14 AM

Dr. Shrinker

Yes, because we all know your god would never bother with anything like redemption.

2/7/2011 7:28:42 AM

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