Quote# 9229

For my part, i actually think that Christian heretics deserve the death penalty, but given our social and legal context, that is impossible. It is not "murder" to put someone to death for killing someone's physical body (after a fair trial where a person is given the chance to defend himself, of course), nor is it murder to put someone to death for killing someone's soul by indoctrinating them into real heresy (also after a fair trial with the ability to defend oneself--something that the Genevan city council gave to Servetos, but something the Roman Church did *NOT* give him when they condemned him).

Treyfrog, Unchained Radio 17 Comments [1/29/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Tiny Bulcher

It's a troll. Please tell me it's a troll.

1/29/2006 7:17:59 PM


Its not a troll...it is...Drumroll please.

The Moderator and administrator!

I shit you not.

1/29/2006 7:31:53 PM


Unchained radio. \"radio that rocks your unbelief\"

They should add \"or we kill you\".

1/29/2006 7:37:30 PM


Poor Treyfrog. He was born several centuries after his time.

1/29/2006 7:38:04 PM


>>nor is it murder to put someone to death for killing someone's soul by indoctrinating them into real heresy<<

I mean, it's not like you could just talk this guy's sould back to \"life\"! Right?

1/29/2006 10:07:16 PM


Also, who defines who's a Christian heretic? I mean, let's be honest. The various Christian sects can't all agree on what is actually important or relevant. Which sect does this person plan to declare as the \"right\" one?

1/30/2006 6:00:08 AM


His of course.

That would be Calvanism. The Unchained forum is a group of Partial preterist calvanist Baptists...If you can imagine. Death to all others!

1/30/2006 3:22:31 PM


Going back to the dark ages is a good thing!

1/30/2006 7:10:58 PM

King Spirula

Yes christians are being persecuted...by other christians. Let it be so!

1/30/2006 10:27:33 PM


Calvinists, eh?

My question for Treyfrog:

Does it really matter, anyhow? Either you were born God's chosen, and are going to heaven, or you weren't, and are going to hell, right? In that case, you don't kill someone's soul by indoctrinating them into heresy; if they go to hell, they were going to hell regardless of that, and if they were going to heaven before that, well, they'll still go to heaven, right?

Isn't that sort of what predestination means?

And, further, shouldn't you (treyfrog) kill yourself? After all, if you are predestined for heaven, committing suicide won't change that, and if you're predestined for hell, it doesn't matter if you kill yourself, right?

Hmmm. I guess the \"killing yourself\" part only works if he's one of those many fundies who assert that, without god/religion/whatever crap they're advocating, there is no meaning or purpose to life, and that we atheists (usually defined as \"anyone who doesn't believe exactly what I believe\")are therefore nihilists and should kill ourselves.

And no, I don't really want him dead. I just want him to go away.

1/31/2006 6:02:16 PM


You. Fail. Kill. Your. Body. Now.

5/30/2007 4:11:15 PM


Murder is murder. And if you kill anyone you have broken one of god's most important commandments.

7/6/2008 10:37:32 PM


Tomás de Torquemada, is that you?

7/7/2008 1:28:02 PM


Okay, I vote we get all the Christians together and have them explain their beliefs one-by-one. Anybody who is then described as a heretic by two or more other Christians is then sentenced to death.

It's the only way to be sure that all the heretics are weeded out.

7/7/2008 1:59:22 PM

Dr. Shrinker

There is no such thing as a soul, therefore your argument is fallacious.

2/25/2010 2:24:34 PM


People like you scare the fuck out of me. And you'll inevitably claim the moral high ground, of course, too.

2/25/2010 2:35:40 PM

And this is why religion can be dangerous, especially when stupid and crazy people are religious.

9/26/2011 2:27:47 PM

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