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No, what's sick is you twisting the context to suit your own ends (unbelief).

Michael, how many times have I said to stop bringing my dead friend in to this? At least twice. Indeed, this confirms the evil and depravity of man evident in even your own heart. You are trying to make a point using emotional arguments rather than facts. And THAT is what's sick.

If you don't repent, you yourself will face the horrors of God's judgment.

It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God. (Hebrews 10:31, ESV)

[emphasis added]

ReformedApologian, Youtube 20 Comments [6/21/2008 10:21:48 PM]
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Chrs181818

This guy again?

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6/21/2008 10:23:04 PM

TheOutsider

Oh, the delicious ironing...

6/21/2008 10:31:36 PM

LordJiro

If your God is so fearful, and his judgement is so horrifying...He's not good. He's evil. You worship a demon.

6/21/2008 10:34:25 PM

Old Viking

When RA speaks it's God's holy truth.

When someone contradicts him that person is "twisting the context to suit [his] own ends."

6/21/2008 11:07:06 PM

HeathenAngel

Sometimes, irony.. it's just too easy.

6/21/2008 11:08:52 PM

Osiris

Actually this isn't irony. An argument using emotion would usually be along the lines of: Do you want to believe you rot in the ground like evolution says or do you want to believe that you'll go the Heaven and play with Jesus?

What he's doing is just plain old fashion threatening. And Hell isn't even a very good threat because you don't even know if the place exists until you die.

6/21/2008 11:38:57 PM

CT

Osiris... it is emotional arguing, in a way. It's using the emotion of fear to get people to decide in one specific way.

Mind you, terrorism uses the emotion of fear to get people to decide in one specific way too... Guess RA here is a Terrorist.

6/21/2008 11:47:16 PM

Papabear

Old Viking -- Exactly.

RandomApologian -- Might I point out that many arguments agianst Christianity hinge upon Christianity's ridiculous contentions about what happens to the dead and are, therefore, relevent to the discussion.


Prove that I, a non-repenting atheist, will face any horrors of God's judgement. This will, of course, include your proving that God even exists.


Concerning Heb. 10:31, why would it be a "fearful thing" to fall into the hands of a good and loving god, a god your Bible proclaims to be love itself?



6/22/2008 12:00:30 AM

Pyroclasm

Stop using emotional arguments instead of facts or you'll BURN IN HELL!

6/22/2008 12:19:33 AM



You are trying to make a point using emotional arguments rather than facts. And THAT is what's sick. If you don't repent, you yourself will face the horrors of God's judgment.

Most Hilarious Self-Contradiction of the Week Award?

6/22/2008 1:30:31 AM

TheNerd

*Gasps!* Emotional arguments! Well, I never...

6/22/2008 1:37:14 AM

Philbert McAdamia

Who is this "dead friend", jebus?

6/22/2008 1:45:53 AM

Allegory for Jesus

I want to know what this "dead friend" being dragged into an argument is all about. Because I doubt that it is as bad as RA is trying to make it sound.

6/22/2008 2:34:56 AM

Fanatic-Templar

I love the smell of hypocrisy in the morning...

6/22/2008 4:11:56 AM

Beeblebrox

If you don't repent, you yourself will face the horrors of God's judgment.

It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God. (Hebrews 10:31, ESV)


You are trying to enforce your will and beliefs using the threat of supernatural punishment rather than facts.

And that is sick.


Smarten up and don't threaten me. I will make all your worst nightmares about atheists come true.

6/22/2008 4:16:48 AM

aaa

Irony man!

6/22/2008 6:07:24 AM

Comicartist

It's like goldy and bronzy...

6/22/2008 12:17:35 PM

Eden

As someone already said,
these quotes as well as other passages from the old testament don´t point to a loving god, but rather to an evil being.
For the sake sincerity it would therefore be better if, in future attempts at converting people you would use the phrase: "Convert to our demon or die a fiery death and suffer"
instead of your usual phrase of
"Converting to the all loving god who is in heaven" ;)

6/22/2008 7:30:15 PM

Professor M

Ah, ReformedApologian, I see that tonight you've chosen the classic argumentum ad baculum. Quite a popular vintage.

6/22/2008 7:39:06 PM

Better than you are

TheNerd wins.

6/24/2008 2:38:24 AM
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