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Let's get a couple of things straight (and at the risk of sounding fanatical) - neither I nor nor any of the other Christians nor you nor any of the other atheists have the right to disagree with God. You can make a claim to that right, but you cannot philosophically justify it b/c all human rights flow from Him (I don't expect you to understand that argument, either). Second, I seriously doubt you would personally be put to death. If the [theocratic] laws were passed, you (and many others on this channel), would probably silence yourselves. The few that didn't would be executed, and then the wholesale blasphemy you and your kind commit would stop.

Sam Krishna, Errancy Archive 7 Comments [5/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Gadren

Heh...\"Human rights flow from Him\"...

Like, the right to be silent?

11/30/2005 2:19:41 AM

Emyu

Okay, Sam KRISHNA.

You do realize you're named after a figure in Hinduism, right?

1/21/2008 5:54:47 PM

GigaGuess

"If the [theocratic] laws were passed, you (and many others on this channel), would probably silence yourselves. The few that didn't would be executed, and then the wholesale blasphemy you and your kind commit would stop."

Why do I get the feeling Sam was stroking himself to the thought of that?

1/21/2008 6:00:39 PM

Zane

If I had the choice between convert or die, I'd choose convert. I'm not going to die for something that doesn't even matter.
With that said, he's right, a lot of people would silence themselves. The only problem is that that will never happen, as that violate the first amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

1/27/2008 11:52:30 PM

apYrs

as a self-indulgence the day after Holocaust memorial day let me refer people to : http://www.hmd.org.uk/about/

Typical fundie self-righteousness - kill the opposition




1/28/2008 10:16:27 AM

Tempus

The author of this quote did an about-face later and went non-fundie. He wanted it left up as a warning about the dangers of fanaticism. I managed to dig up the relevant post:

[Editor's note: Sam has since, thankfully, disavowed Christian Reconstructionism. An email dated Saturday, July 26, 2003 was received by the webmaster and states: "Hi Allan,This is 'Sam Krishna' - the guy who won 'Honorary Post of the Decade (the 1990's)'.Ouch. Yeah - reading that, that definitely sounds like me from 1995. All hot-headed, Pure Christian Reconstructionist, 'ethical lawsuit', etc.I want to apologize to you and anyone else I offended for making those comments. I definitely believe that 'Dominion Theology' is *A Bad Thing* and I tell people about that now. I was going through a particularly rough time in my life when that stuff came from my keyboard. I was wrong to say that - even Biblical truth and theology is quite a bit more nuanced, shaded, and subtle than Dominion Theologians would have you believe.While this email is not a repudiation of Christianity, per se, it is a repudiation of the volcanic fundamentalism of my youth. I hope you'll post the entire text of this email as a postscript to the 'Honorary Post'.Sincerely,Sam Krishna" ]

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1/28/2008 12:48:06 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Hard to disagree with something that doesn't exist, Sam.

9/23/2008 7:42:22 PM
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