Quote# 34471

[discussing whether it is possible for babies to sin]

Take a shiny object and wave it in front of a baby and as sure as the sun comes up, he'll reach for it.

Now, take it away from him and watch what happens. He'll pitch a fit because he wants that object.

That's coveting, which is a sin.

MikeMcK, christianforums.com 88 Comments [2/3/2008 12:29:56 PM]
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I tried for awhile to come up with a funny way to mock this jackass, but the more I wasted my time thinking about what he said, the more I realized that this guy's brand of stupidity doesn't even deserve humor.

You, MikeMcK, are a fucking moron.

2/3/2008 1:02:38 PM


We get it. If it's basic human need but doesn't lead to something necessary for immediate survival, like fun, sex, and social interaction, then it's a sin.

2/3/2008 1:04:00 PM

Jesus Klingon

So if the aforementioned baby dies in infancy, he goes to hell. DIAF

2/3/2008 1:04:22 PM



2/3/2008 1:07:54 PM

Jesus Klingon

Second comment: So you're telling me that Jesus suffered the pain, agony and humiliation of a crucifixion for a baby who threw a temper tantrum? LOL

2/3/2008 1:20:50 PM


It's a baby. It doesn't know the difference, scumfuck.

2/3/2008 1:49:49 PM


I'm pretty sure that's entrapment.

2/3/2008 1:57:58 PM


Torture, or starve a fundie.

watch what happens, he'll pitch a fit because he wants you to stop.

Thats coveting, which is a sin

End result being that fundoes sin if they eat anything

2/3/2008 2:00:13 PM


So if I go steal the gigantic fucking Trucks/SUVs that a lot of xtians own around here, and push them over a bridge, they aren't allowed to do anything about it or they're coveting, right? Sounds swell!

2/3/2008 2:01:28 PM


This is like the idiot that thought his baby, by experimenting and turning his bown upside down, was rebelling against God.

Too dumb to look after kids, let alone babies.
All too likely to procreate.

2/3/2008 2:08:16 PM


No, that is not coveting, that is teasing a baby, which is mean.

To covet is to lust for something that belongs to someone else, like your neighbour's wife or your father's wealth or your classmate's Nikes.

On-line dictionaries are free...try one sometime.

2/3/2008 2:31:33 PM


Since babies are too young to understand anything about Jeebus and the Babble, it must be because devil made them to do so?

2/3/2008 2:38:41 PM


So much for the pro-life argument.

2/3/2008 2:48:07 PM

Caustic Gnostic

Great. Make the child neurotic from the get-go, then you start the brainwashing.

If there is a hell....

2/3/2008 2:56:59 PM

Reverend Davidius

That's a reflex, you baby fucker (don't ask why I said that)

2/3/2008 2:57:39 PM


DIAF, you god damned inhuman piece of trash.

2/3/2008 3:01:31 PM


what an asshole.

2/3/2008 3:29:50 PM


Piaget weeps.

2/3/2008 3:34:18 PM

No, that's called begging the question with a stupid unrelated analogy, which should be a sin!

2/3/2008 3:44:15 PM


So God will send a baby to hell for wanting a shiny object? Wow. What a cruel and heartless god.

2/3/2008 4:10:38 PM


Well then,

Take the idea of a strict Christian theocracy and wave it in front of a fundie, and as sure as the sun comes up, he'll want it.

Now, take it away from him and watch what happens. He'll pitch a fit because he wants it, he'll cry and scream and rail against anyone and anything standing between them and that absolute theocracy.

That's coveting, which is a sin.

2/3/2008 4:11:10 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Then you better stone that kid to death.

2/3/2008 4:13:15 PM


Well, if you qualify that as a sin, then you are likely going to Hell yourself. Have fun in your lake of fire, asshole!

2/3/2008 4:14:22 PM

Doctor Whom

So human nature is a sin, and absolution is only through your faith? That's a brilliant scam; I'll grant you that much.

2/3/2008 4:35:57 PM

cool cats

Mike probably thinks that a baby diagnosed with "failure to thrive" is well behaved.

What an idiot.

2/3/2008 4:49:48 PM

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