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3. Imagination is evil and wicked. You call it an imagination, God calls it evil. (Genesis 8:21) It doesn't matter if you think that a little imagination is okay, it's wicked.

missions2005, teens-4-christ 91 Comments [8/1/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Napoleon the Clown

Why would imagination be evil? It is what allowed your book to be written.

8/2/2006 2:03:50 AM

Jacob Syne

Napoleon, they're afraid of the competition. Jesus pales in comparison to Gandalf.

8/2/2006 2:13:04 AM

Star Cluster

Because if you use your imagination, as a lot of us have done, you can see what a load of bullshit the Bible is.

8/2/2006 2:14:14 AM


Without any imagination we get no ideas and without any ideas well we get....you.

8/2/2006 2:17:35 AM


Can you even imagine a world without imagination?!


I was going to say that it took a lot of imagination to write the Bible, but then I remembered that much of it was ripped-off from earlier myths.

8/2/2006 2:18:01 AM


I don't know what missions2005 is imagining, but he seems really guilty about it.

8/2/2006 2:30:52 AM


I feel very sorry for any teenager who has been so mindwiped by the fundies that they now believe their own imagination is evil. Cue the Stepford Christians...

8/2/2006 2:33:35 AM


Another quote from this person (same post):

\"C.S Lewis is a heretic. I mean come on guys, the guy believes in life on other planets, he believes we're the highest of animals. All in all, this guy is heretical nut.\"

This person aparently does not understand the concept of \"fiction.\" They seem to think that C.S. Lewis believes that Narnia actually exists.

It's not that missions2005 thinks an imagination is evil, missions2005 doesn't even know what an imagination is.

8/2/2006 2:37:54 AM


Ignorant and proud of it~!

8/2/2006 2:52:59 AM


That's some imagination you have there missions2005.

8/2/2006 3:09:15 AM


Go ahead and put a damper on your creativity. I'll use my imagination all I like, thanks.

8/2/2006 4:16:06 AM


Imagination is evil and wicked in God's eyes because it could lead to asking questions.

8/2/2006 4:26:09 AM


Therefore children should not be allowed to play... sit them in front of a television.

8/2/2006 4:46:47 AM


Should we introduce this person to Country_Person?

8/2/2006 5:03:30 AM


There are to be no questions. There is to be no thought. You are not unique. Difference is evil. Death to difference. You are not unique. You are one of many. You are a face in the crowd. You are we. We are Legion.

8/2/2006 5:05:47 AM


Who the fuck are you, Matthew Chapman?
Is this New York, 1980?

Imagine there's no Heaven
It's easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today

Imagine there's no countries
It isn't hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace

You may say that I'm a dreamer
But I'm not the only one
I hope someday you'll join us
And the world will be as one

Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger
A brotherhood of man
Imagine all the people
Sharing all the world

You may say that I'm a dreamer
But I'm not the only one
I hope someday you'll join us
And the world will live as one

8/2/2006 5:21:13 AM


I wonder how he solves those little practical problems inand around the house. For some of them you have to be somewhat imaginative to come up with a working solution.

8/2/2006 6:43:30 AM

Grey Area

\"Imagination is evil and wicked.\"

Yes, imagination is Double Plus Ungood.

The only thing that Orwell got wrong was the year, folks! ;0)

8/2/2006 7:29:57 AM


NotMe - that's what his mummy is for. And he'll live with her until he's in his 30's and buys a Russian internet bride.

8/2/2006 7:35:11 AM




How to become a fundy in one easy step.

8/2/2006 7:49:53 AM


I dunno, it takes a pretty \"limber\" creative mind to believe in, say, creationism. Much as it takes a pretty limber body if one is to stuff one's head up one's ass.

8/2/2006 7:51:24 AM


C.S. Lewis? Religiously ambiguous. One day he was atheiest, and the next day Anglican. His buddy J.R.R. Tolkien was a pretty devout Catholic. I think it's fair to say the two of them had pretty ginormous imaginations, no?

8/2/2006 8:00:41 AM


Dear missions2005,
Look down. Do you see the keyboard? It was the imaginations of many people that put it in front of you. Try and remember this in the future.

8/2/2006 8:41:17 AM


glyptodon: You don't need to be imaginative to blindly accept everything Kent Hovind says. Quite the opposite, actually.

8/2/2006 9:39:02 AM


What a sad life some of these \"teens4christ\" are going to live. :(

8/2/2006 11:51:42 AM

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