You don´t understand the question. What if you discovered that reality is not what they have told to you?, would you feel relieved that, at least, you did what you thought it was right?, or would you be afraid of all the atrocities you performed in his name?
9/30/2006 11:30:10 AM
Four days? This guy needs to read his bible....
9/30/2006 11:45:09 AM
Matilde, of course they don't understand the question. The necessary mental faculties to do so are basically incompatible with being a fundie.
9/30/2006 1:21:30 PM
Doesn't Koran say that Jesus was one of the prophets, so performing miracles really wouldn't be out of question?
9/30/2006 1:53:57 PM
So, all that stuff about loving thy neighbor, helping the poor, being decent to folks whether or not they follow all the purity laws you were raised with---that doesn't matter to you, huh? To you, it's all about teh sooperpowrs!!eleven!
And these guys wonder why Christians like Matilde seem a little upset with them.
9/30/2006 2:50:41 PM
Odysseus escaped a six headed monster, blinded a cyclops (saving most of his men from a cruel death), righted the betrayal of his house and travelled to the underworld and back.
Good man. What was the question again?
9/30/2006 5:29:21 PM
Superman has been dead and resurrected, would have little difficulties preparing food for 5000 people, carry a boat over that distance,... The Flash or Firestorm would also be able to perform such tasks, and none of them asked people to kill in their name (in fact they explicitely tell people not to kill). Not to mention that even now they have a far more solid continuity than the Wholly Babble...
Plus worshipping at the Multiversal Church of Comics on Wednesday afternoon is much more enjoyable than wasting your Sunday morning listening to a preacher spazzing about stories that have been rehashed hundreds of time. And while I must admit that tithe can be harsh for a devout Comics worshipper, at least we get something tangible for our money.</nerd mode>
9/30/2006 7:06:48 PM
Have you been listening to those Babble stories again? I told you what would happen the next time I caught you at it.
9/30/2006 7:50:54 PM
and how does this stance help his postion at all?
10/1/2006 6:10:20 AM
That's nice hlaltimus, does he also turn into a frog if your kiss him?
10/1/2006 11:54:47 AM
Adrian: I think I'd be happy to attend services with you sometime.
\"With great power comes great responsibility.\" Spider-Man 3:16.
10/1/2006 10:36:11 PM
So even confronted with evidence to the contrary, and only your belief in a book, that is now proven wrong, you still cling to the idea that you're right? Got to deny reality to the bitter end, eh?
10/2/2006 7:17:53 AM
1/6/2008 4:57:26 PM
proof, proof, proof. All wanted
1/6/2008 5:54:56 PM
Muslims worship Jesus as a great prophet, along with some others from the Old Testament. See, you are not alone in Delusionland.
1/7/2008 1:17:56 AM
Arabic isn't your major, is it?
9/24/2012 6:37:36 AM
...and then, one day when hlaltimus wakes up, beside a volcano that erupts stale beer, and there's a factory nearby that produces strippers with gonorrhoea, crabs & the clap; then sees - through an impenetrable wall - lots of people partying near an identical volcano (but one that erupts the finest beer imaginable) and factory (turning out the best & healthiest strippers that genetics/nanotechnology can produce)...
...then he realises that Pascal was wrong. On all counts..
That's what happens when you're not touched by His Noodly Appendage & bathed by His Sacred Sauciness. I.e. for behaving like a dick in this life. But then, seeking the wrong being can turn out to be a real pisser, can it not...?>:D
9/24/2012 8:08:33 AM
If you're not going to give an answer, then at least keep your evasive bullshit short.
1/17/2013 12:39:26 PM
Your imagination is painfully limited. The bible describes many people who performed miracles with the aid of your god: Moses and Elijah being two of the most well known. Perhaps Jesus was an ordinary man like them. Or, perhaps Jesus was powerful being created by your god. There were, in fact, many Christians in antiquity who held these beliefs (Adoptionists and Arianists respectively). And, yes, they pointed to passages from your bible to support their views.
So how can you be sure that your view is the right one? Because your god wouldn't mislead you? Maybe, but don't count on it.
1/17/2013 12:50:16 PM
Fun fact: The Bible is not a history book.
1/17/2013 2:23:45 PM