Christians Are Gentle, Loving Creatures.

Submitted by: NNoamfer 6 years ago in

That"s a lot of religion induced morality right there. Are christian extremists any different than muslim extremists?
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Female 2,415
These people forget that if they`re right about God creating everything, then God must like homosexuals; if God did not, why would he have let it exist in the first place?
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Male 12,365
[quote]Let`s from now on call it, informally, the "Angilion Medal". If you`re down, I`m down. [/quote]

I`m honoured to receive the Overmann Medal.

I think it would be inappropriate to rename the prize, even informally. After all, they don`t rename the Nobel Prize to the name of the most recent winner and the Overmann Medal is nearly as important :)
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Male 12,365
[quote]Unfortunately mathematics does not lie.Sorry. You can get all upset and act all superior, but the facts remain.[/quote]

I have seen some ridiculous false appeals to authority, but that deserves a prize.

Maths doesn`t lie, but that doesn`t mean it`s impossible for a person to lie about maths or simply to not understand its application.

You cannot prove evolution doesn`t exist using maths. Simple as that. You`re just claiming you can so that you can use maths as a false appeal to authority.
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Male 221
This is getting to be not in the slightest bit fking funny anymore. He that smiteth his father, or his mother, shall be surely put to death. -- Exodus 21:15. Do not drink wine nor strong drink, thou, nor thy sons with thee, when ye go into the tabernacle of the congregation, lest ye die: [it shall be] a statute for ever throughout your generations. Leviticus 10:9.

Don`t see anyone who thinks homosexuality is wrong following these teachings also.
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Male 4
Unfortunately mathematics does not lie.Sorry. You can get all upset and act all superior, but the facts remain. BTW I am not a Religious person, and I only breath through my mouth when I have a plugged nose. Anyone who says they know all the answers is either a liar, or delusional. Atheist really have a huge chip on their shoulders lately. Don`t go all Stalin on us people.
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Male 7,378
I`ve heard creationists (Sarah Palin specifically) question evolution by saying: "If man evolved from primates why are there still primates"? As if she had the capacity to come up with brilliance that would prove Darwin wrong.
Of course she said this at a speech where she gained loud applause and laughter and questioning her was an impossibility. It would be nice to someday see an interviewer point out to her that dogs evolved from wolves and there are still wolves, just to see the look on her face.
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Male 12,138
Yeah, I know it`s a silly thing, but I`d like to offer it to you. We`re kindred spirits, I feel.

If it`s of any interest to you, here was the inception of the "Overmann Medal". Right here. Read the whole thread if you have the time, it`s a juvenile conversation, but it`s worth the read. Let`s from now on call it, informally, the "Angilion Medal". If you`re down, I`m down.
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Male 12,138
In my recenly posted Mod Profile, I said that my proudest moment was "Anything involving shooting down mouth-breathing, sky-mumbling, God-bothering Young Earth Creationists. In particular, the inception of The Overmann Medal, awarded for Unselfish Services to Rational Free Thought in the Face of Overwhelming Idiocy"

Since the great user Overmann has since moved on to pastures new, I would like to rename The Overmann Medal to The Angilion Medal. "Awarded for Unselfish Services to Rational Free Thought in the Face of Overwhelming Idiocy"
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Male 12,138
Thank you Angilion. You were right in your first comment, that was exactly the message I was trying to convey, thanks for that (was out for a couple of days).

Also, please be encouraged that some users like myself, and I presume many unspoken lurkers, genuinely do follow these older threads, even if they don`t comment, or even sign up for an account. It`s certainly not a futile effort, we have over a million registered users on I-A-B. That`s not hits, that`s repeat visitors. Not too bad.

Point is, when you write something on here, there`s quite a lot of people reading it. Which is healthy and good.
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Male 12,365
A useful example is disease.

The germ theory of disease states that the available evidence indicates that some diseases are caused by germs.

Note that it is a theory, because it explains a group of observations (i.e. people getting different diseases).

Does that mean it`s a speculative guess that`s probably wrong?

In the extremely unlikely event that it is wrong, does that mean that disease doesn`t exist?
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Male 12,365
ii) The theory of evolution is not evolution.

That should be obvious, but so many people who are determined to remain ignorant and/or liars have devoted so much effort to confusing the two that it`s necessary to point it out.

Science roughly goes like this:

Observe that something happens.
Hypothesise a rational explanation.
Test the hypothesis.
Develop a theory to explain the wider context.
Test the theory.

Evolution is a thing that happens. It is the observation. It exists completely independently of the theory explaining how it works. Even in the extremely unlikely event of the theory being wrong (bear in mind that it has been tested a multitude of times over lifetimes), evolution would still exist. It is a thing that happens.
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Male 12,365
Ah hell, I`d better drag it all out again just in case anyone thinks that cbdsw isn`t talking complete rubbish.

i) Common usage hugely corrupts the meaning of "theory". Science doesn`t. So it has a completely different meaning in science. It is not a guess. It is not probably wrong. It is a broad-ranging explanation of a type of thing observed to happen. If it`s a current theory, it means that many people have tried and failed to prove it wrong, starting with the scientist(s) who came up with it. Once a theory is published, it`s open season on it forever and it only remains current while *every* attempt to disprove it fails *every* time.

If a billion people test a theory in a million different ways and it passes every test every time and it`s used every day to predict what will happen and it`s utterly right every time...it remains a theory.
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Male 12,365
[quote]I can prove evolution as explained by popular theory to be impossible by mathematics.[/quote]

No you can`t. You`re either monumentally ignorant of science in general and the theory of evolution in particular or you`re a liar pretending to be that ignorant.

You wrote "All science gives on on the hard questions is theories."

You actually wrote that.

Nobody with the vaguest inkling of a clue could write that.

Either you have no understanding of science at all or you`re lying about it for the purposes of propaganda. Either way, your opinion of science is worthless.
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Male 12,365
[quote]I`m not being a dick and there is no issue here, I really don`t get it.[/quote]

He was giving one of the millions of examples that refute the ridiculous claim that all science offers is speculation that`s probably wrong or definitely wrong. Much of modern life is a direct result of science - it`s probably the biggest single factor in human civilisation nowadays.
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Male 4
To davymid. I know where plastic comes from. You make no sense. Science can be watched but how the hell does that prove any theory brought forth from the science community. Science knows only speculation when it comes to origin. Don`t assume to much there big fella. I can prove evolution as explained by popular theory to be impossible by mathematics. Can you prove no God with the same?
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Male 552
"Please, don`t be a dick. There`s a bigger issue here. "

I`m not being a dick and there is no issue here, I really don`t get it.
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Male 2,796
"@splurbyburbl

I would love to have a drink with you as long as you let me introduce you as my Toy Boy."

LOL, well my offer is serious. I have always wanted to get to know someone from IAB in real life. Most of us put up such facades here, it hardly reflects our true dynamics.

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Male 411
@rowanita, The thing is that religion affects everyone.
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Male 2,216
Christians,Muslims,Jews,Etc. accept a god. Athiests do not. Of the two groups,Athiests are not saying you will go to hell if you don`t agree with them.
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Male 7,378
@Davymid, Any validity in The expanding Earth theory?
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Male 2,850
@cbdsw

"A person would need more faith to believe in unmonitored evolution than in a deity."

You sadden me.

I`m going to look at cute cat pictures for a while, to remind myself that there are wonderful things in this world to balance out the fact that this world includes you.
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Female 15
People need to be more tolerant and accepting, whether it be for gays, christians, muslims or any other religion...as long as it isn`t affecting you, butt out.
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Male 39,900

jessyfish [quote]I most definitely was not expecting the outcome to the proposition 8 vote...[/quote]
I totally expected it. NEVER underestimate the power of stupidity.

California is, after all the same state that came up with Ebonics, wants to ban incandescant light bulbs and outlawed the word `minority`.
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Male 296
I read about New York in a comic book so Spider Man must be true.
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Male 985
That priest at the end was the smartest person in that whole video
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Female 90
Gay marriage is legal in Mexico City, a city full of mostly very Catholic people, and yet it`s not legal here in the states? Specially in a state like California... I most definitely was not expecting the outcome to the proposition 8 vote...
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Male 4,902
Preacher @1:55 "WHAT EVER BECAME OF CHRISTIAN AMERICA AND THE FAMILY?".

They came out of the closet...
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Female 8,046
Ii find it odd that people can be so interested about what other people do in bed. As long as it is between two concenting adults ( or 3 or more) whose business is it? Marry who you love, shag who you fancy if they will have you, be nice to people and MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS
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Male 12,138
[quote]@Davymid , I don`t understand how you explaining the inner workings of your internet connection disputes anything he said.[/quote]
Please, don`t be a dick. There`s a bigger issue here.
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Male 552
@Davymid

I don`t understand how you explaining the inner workings of your internet connection disputes anything he said.
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Male 12,138
Final point, direct to you, cbdsw. You wrote your entire rant on a plastic keyboard on a computer. Not going into where the plastic came from. You then hit a button, which encoded your rant on science and its failures, which then got sent down fibre-optic cables, transmitted as a bunch of bits, via geocentric satellites on the way, which then was decoded on my end, so that I can read it on my LCD screen and respond to you, in turn. All in the space of seconds.

Do yourself a favour, and stop talking. Also, stop f*cking with other people`s lives.

Sorry for triple. Some things need to be said.
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Male 12,138
OK, so you believe in an omnipresent Moderator/Monitor that keeps all these magical things working. Good for you. Call him Almighty God if you want. F*ck, I don`t care of you call him Susan.

Here comes the clue-train,last stop, you. Science KNOWS evolution happens, we can watch it. Seriously. Here, go tell the people of Japan recovering from the earthquake and the ensuing tsunami that "All science gives on on the hard questions is theories". After all, the scientific Theory of Plate Tectonics is just a Theory, right? Right? Yeah, go tell it those people that watched their houses floating down the street. That is, the ones that weren`t killed.
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Male 12,138
[quote]I would like to know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, what has science has really proven about the origins of the planet or about the mathematical improbabilities of a unmonitored evolution? I am talking math here, not faith. A person would need more faith to believe in unmonitored evolution than in a deity. All science gives on on the hard questions is theories. So pipe down with the anti Christian crap already.[/quote]
Yeah, I`ll take this one.

Why do you use the word "Unmonitored"? Scientific phenomena have been happening for millennia, long before humans were around even. Why would anything have to be "monitored"? Does someone monitor the sun as it creates nuclear fusion to keep us alive? Does someone monitor the inexorable evolution of life-forms on this planet, and maybe others, as they strive to better conform to their local environment?
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Female 313
If `god` hated the gay so much, he would have destroyed it a long time ago. So if he exists, it`s his fault for allowing it to continue. It`s also kinda sick that he likes punishing people so much for tiny things.

Is he also sending gay animals to hell? They totally deserve it!
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Male 182
leave it to religion to package hate disguised as love.
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Male 4
I would like to know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, what has science has really proven about the origins of the planet or about the mathematical improbabilities of a unmonitored evolution? I am talking math here, not faith. A person would need more faith to believe in unmonitored evolution than in a deity. All science gives on on the hard questions is theories. So pipe down with the anti Christian crap already. NO ONE has all the answers! P.S. Christians, please be advised that the bible is not a science book nor was it ever intended for that purpose. You pipe down too.
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Male 934
After all the advancements society has made, it`s so disheartening to me why we even still debate religion. Is it not obvious to everyone that religion is fairy tale nonsense? Grow up and think for yourselves people...
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Male 39,900

@splurbyburbl

I would love to have a drink with you as long as you let me introduce you as my Toy Boy.

P.S. I will not lick your arm pit or drink your urine.... ewwwww
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Female 803
Ooooookay, Sodom and Gomorrah was not about the gay sex. The gay sex was used as a form of embarrassment and domination, and yes, THAT is wrong (unless it`s a fetish, but I digress). A HUGE rule was to take in any guest, even if it a stranger, that comes along. When the king of Sodom decided he didn`t want poor or strangers in his city, the destruction was the result of the displeasure from God over the king`s decision, not over the gay sex. SH*T.
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Male 2,796
@Gerry: Also, if you ever go to New Orleans, send me a message. I will buy you a drink.
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Male 2,796
@Gerry:

Recently I have decided to be a stripper for a gay club near me because the money is outstanding. I do it as a side job apart from my career. SInce I am objective and secure in my sexuality, I do not object to the environments of a gay strip club. However, some of the things that I am propositioned to do are downright disgusting. Such as, pissing in a cup and letting the client drink it for twenty dollars. (will not do) Someone paying me for them to give me a blowjob.(will not do) Twice I have had guys come up to me and without warning, lick my armpit... really? Some of the dancers are prostitutes, but my ass isn`t for sale... especially since I am straight. But, I have also met some pretty damn cool gay guys who are professional and generally nice people. But again.. I put up with it because I can make a thousand dollars over a weekend without whoring myself out.
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Male 7,378
Sanity rules.
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Male 1,196
i have no problem with gay people, just gay acts.

Here is what my church says about homosexuality: "Homosexual persons are called to chastity. By the virtues of self-mastery that teach them inner freedom, at times by the support of disinterested friendship, by prayer and sacramental grace, they can and should gradually and resolutely approach Christian perfection." ccc2359
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Male 39,900

splurbyburbl, what is it about you that draws disgusting people to you?
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Male 2,796
There are plenty of very disgusting gay people, just like there are plenty of very disgusting straight people. I know this because I have been directly involved with both sides. I have zero problem with gay people.
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Female 136
Im glad the religious environment I grew up in wasn`t toxic like this. I was allowed to make up my own mind and I wasn`t shunned by my family when I chose to take a different path. Sucks that so many people are so hateful.
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Male 39,900

Have you noticed, the more religion influences government, the fewer liberties you have?

Does that seem obvious to anyone else or is it just me?
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Male 10,440
(cont.)
[quote]... to just leave well enough alone [/quote]
People are going to keep arguing until it`s solved.
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Male 10,440
[quote] pissing a lot of you off [/quote]
Don`t worry about it. This is the internet.
[quote] complaining when a christian does the same thing to you [/quote]
There is a difference between "preaching", "arguing" and "complaining".
[quote] all Christians in the same group [/quote]
I always try not to generalize... but It`s been a while since I`ve seen a statement like "every single christian is completely insane"- which is clearly wrong.
[quote] I will never agree with your view point [/quote]
Why not? ... you`ve basically admitted that you`re generally closed minded.
[quote] just as you will not agree with mine [/quote]
Probably not, but I`m usually willing to hear people out. Why are you a christian?
[quote] cant we all just respect each other as humans [/quote]
Yes. We can both agree on that. *applause*. You have no idea how important that is.
[quote]... to just leave well enough alone [/quote]
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Male 39
@mandingo3519

What you said.

I want to go into more detail, but this is an internet forum, and there are too many **** heads to bother.

But still, I reflect your sentiments.
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Male 192
@ the majority of atheists (not all)

i feel as it probably should not be pointed out due to pissing a lot of you off, but i find it quite funny that you are "preaching" all these anti-theist statements and putting down all who do not agree with you but complaining when a christian does the same thing to you. Talk about equality lol Like i said this is a majority doing it not all but i do ask one thing not all atheists are this way just like not all Christians are this way so please stop grouping all Christians in the same group. Some of us just want to live our lives in piece and leave well enough alone. I will never agree with your view point, just as you will not agree with mine, but cant we all just respect each other as humans enough to just leave well enough alone. some Christians are nothing like Westboro and some are doesn`t mean we all are
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Male 864
This is all stuff in "For the Bible Tells Me So." It`s a good documentary. Watch it, it`s on Netflix.
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Male 2,700
"Not all Christians are caricatures like these people in the video, and most of the ones I know are loving and caring people who accept me for who and what I am. That`s being Christian."

Not knowing what book to follow

Not agreeing on the translations of the Bible

Mass agreements on verses that do not exist

Mass Disagreemeents on verses that DO exist

Cheating out of Taxes

Robbing people of their money for God

All this and MORE.......
Now THAT is being Christian.
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Male 2,700
"Christianity was as bad at some points in the past, with things such as the Inquisition, but it isn`t at the moment."

This is like saying a multiple child murdering rapist has served his time in the past, but I trust him with my 2 years old at the present.

Thats a load of crap. Christianity started evil, built itself through evil ways, sustained itself through war and murder, then once things go the way they were TRYING to accomplish through violence, then they claim to be gentile.

BULL!!!! poo!!!!!
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Male 69
extremists are extremists, doesn`t matter what kind. Christian Muslim or Atheist
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Male 2,216
Jesus was gay...what?...Oh...Jesus IS gay.
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Male 53
leave the poor fanatics alone. all they have in life is their misguided quest to "correct" the paths of others. if we take that from them, they will have nothing in life. :-)
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Male 206
@McGovern: "I take it you don`t know any hardcore Muslims."

And this proves what, exactly? Not every Muslim is hardcore, and not every Muslim is a disgusting homophobic bigot. But Muslims who ARE disgusting homophobic bigots are also "hardcore" Muslims.

But this is all just dancing around the issue, which is that, in every religion, there are the more tolerant progressive types, and the less tolerant conservative types. So not all Christians/Muslims are a disgusting homophobic bigots, just the conservative ones.
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Male 181
God? You mean that jerk that once drowned every infant in the world?

Who cares what God thinks?
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Male 14,331
[quote]But every disgusting homophobic bigot I know is a Christian.[/quote]

I take it you don`t know any hardcore Muslims.
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Female 2,927
some one needs to explain about the Spanish inquisition.
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Male 25,416
and.,,,
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Male 12,138
Not every Christian I know is a disgusting homophobic bigot - not by a long stretch. But every disgusting homophobic bigot I know is a Christian.

Just sayin`.
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Male 84
I believe in God, however i do not believe that the bible was written by God. Man did. Only man can contradict the values he set and condemn those he feels broke them. if we were to believe that the bible is gods word then we know one sin is not greater than the other. do i think being gay is correct? No i dont. but thats because im not Gay. Do i hate Gays? no i do not because i belive the same energy god used to create one living thing he/she/it used to create all.

What does god say about pedophiles or homosexual behavior of the pastor/father/rev/ect?

i dont think its the homosexuality that would concern god but the not practicing what you preach
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Male 12,365
[quote]Well, I look at this from two perspectives. Yes, both Christian extremists and Muslim extremists twist the Word to fit their own personal worldview. But Christian extremists are generally encouraged by small, non-centralized Churches in very remote areas, while Muslim extremists are generally encouraged by the head Clerics in major religious institutions that influence most of the Middle East.[/quote]

Exactly. The issue isn`t religious extremists per se, it`s how many, how mainstream they are in their religion and how much power they have. Christianity was as bad at some points in the past, with things such as the Inquisition, but it isn`t at the moment.
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Female 6,381
The quickest way to knit up a community of disparate people is to make them believe they share a common enemy. People who can remember the blitz of London will tell you how everyone was your neighbor, your friend, your comrade when the bombs were falling. Today, with most of the population no longer going to church and literal belief in the Bible limited to the under-educated, they have found a common enemy in gay rights. These people not only fear acceptance of homosexuality, they find unity, righteousness, and a feeling of superiority in their bigotry.
Displaying intolerance is no longer acceptable behavior, but you can understand the appeal it has to the ignorant and the indoctrinated.
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Male 10,855
@NNoamfer

Just wait they`ll do it to you.
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Male 10,855
All these clips came from the same movie, it`s a documentary called:
For the Bible Tells Me so.
The documentary does feature Christians who don`t agree with the notion that homosexuality is `unnatural` or that Sodom and Gammorah were destroyed by God because of homosexuality. Furthermore the point of the documentary is how many Christian groups are misusing the Bible to deny Gay rights.
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Male 928
Look extremist is the key word in all of this. It does not matter what religion if any you have if your extremist anything your a danger to the general population. They don`t get the extremist part of their title without going to extremes after all.
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Male 1,739
Well, I look at this from two perspectives. Yes, both Christian extremists and Muslim extremists twist the Word to fit their own personal worldview. But Christian extremists are generally encouraged by small, non-centralized Churches in very remote areas, while Muslim extremists are generally encouraged by the head Clerics in major religious institutions that influence most of the Middle East.

But even the words of the Bible itself warns against supposed "leaders" of the Church abusing the "Law" in an intolerant, un-Christian manner, when Christ`s death made the Law largely irrelevant. There were extremists in Christ`s day who twisted the Law and the very nature of God`s Word to further their own wicked and selfish ways, and there are still extremists today. The most profound zealots are very non-Christian since they are not fanatically humble, sensitive, loving, empathetic, forgiving, or understanding--as Christ was.
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Male 528
meh, i`m straight but i`d drat a guy just to piss off christians (it gross`s me out but i hate religion much more than being LGBT)
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Female 92
In one word...No. And although they don`t always (although many do) actively seek out and kill people if you watch the related video at the end it shows how one mothers extreme religious views pushed her daughter so far away that the daughter hung herself. In my eyes the mother killed her.
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Male 10,440
[quote] Are christian extremists any different than muslim extremists? [/quote]
Yes. Christian extremists don`t actively seek to kill people.

... no wait. Norway. Dang.

I`d better rethink this. Good question.

There aren`t nearly as many. There. Plus the incident in Norway was one occurrence.

Look I know we post these videos to make fun of how stupid zealots can be but the video itself is impartial. Not only that but the comments are rife with morons.

Get your head in the game IAB.
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Male 792
God didn`t say, "Go forth, and multiply."
He said, "drat off!"
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Male 497
It most certainly does have to do with the church. This is where it came from.

Actually it wasnt even mentioned until the king james version, so i guess it isnt really the word of god is it?
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Male 497
@sgibson12
"There`s so much misinformation in this presentation it`s hard to know where to begin."

Let`s try, shall we...

"First, homosexual men are the fastest spreaders of HIV over any other demographic AND it`s increasing."

Did you forget that heterosexual African women have a higher HIV rate?

"Second, homosexual youth have a higher incidence of suicide than their counterparts."

I would bet that has something to do with the social stigma attached to being gay and not homosexuality by itself.

"Third, if a man has gay sex any time ever he incurs a lifetime ban from giving blood."

And if you have been divorced you may not receive communion.

"Fourth, kids from a very young age have a problem with homosexuality. Nobody taught it to them. It just seems repulsive and unnatural to many people."

When I was a young child, I that girls had cooties, if my parent
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Male 390
sgibson12: There`s so much misinformation in your post. In the US, drug users are actually the fastest spreaders of HIV. In Africa, you have about a 50-60% chance of getting it...from straight sex, and it wasn`t started there by monkeys or homosexuals. Gay people give blood all the time, HIV positive people are the ones that are banned from giving blood (as is anyone with any contactable disease). And, finally, hate IS taught. Kids learn from their parents or their peers (who, in turn, learn from their parents). Based on what you`re saying, hate against blacks, Jews, Latinos and other people of different races is something kids are born with as well, too??
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Male 39,900

@ sgibson12 - I have in mind a religious service that might do you some good...an Exorcism.


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Male 341
These people really set us back.
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Male 93
There`s so much misinformation in this presentation it`s hard to know where to begin. First, homosexual men are the fastest spreaders of HIV over any other demographic AND it`s increasing. Second, homosexual youth have a higher incidence of suicide than their counterparts. Third, if a man has gay sex any time ever he incurs a lifetime ban from giving blood. Fourth, kids from a very young age have a problem with homosexuality. Nobody taught it to them. It just seems repulsive and unnatural to many people.

You can not blame the church or Christianity for all these problems. There is something inherently broken with homosexuality and that will always be the case. I personally don`t think the church needs to spend undue time preaching against it. They have more pressing things to preach on such as hypocrisy and the importance of giving to the poor. Regardless, the church is not to blame for the troubles of those in that lifestyle.
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Male 39,900

Okay. Christians don`t approve of homosexuality.

This is news ? ? ? ? ?

Meanwhile, in Springfield...


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Male 4,546
Nnoamfer:

Whilst I appreciate the sentiment, I can see why it was changed, though I don`t agree with what it was changed to.
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Male 881
These people have weird views that don`t reflect main stream Christians. They should just believe in the invisible man in the sky, talking snakes, and zombie saviors like every other Christian and do away with the crazy stuff.
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Male 1,582
Fun fact of the day: Over 1500 species of animals have homosexual members among them. And on average, every species has about a 10% homosexuality rate. If your god says homosexuality is so wrong, you should start beating those faggot animals too. Those queer sheep, the gay birds, those faggot dogs, the homo rabbits... Really kid? Stop hating others just because you`re uncomfortable. Religious or not, no one should hate on anyone for something they can`t control. Get over yourself and join the 21st century, or get the fcuk out.
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Male 178
freaks and tards! feed`em to lions
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Male 15,510
Meanwhile, in New York
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Male 762
This is all from a documentary called "For the Bible Tells Me So"
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Female 146
this is ridiculous....whatever happened to love thy neighbor? whatever happened to treating all with respect wether its the sinner, the begger and the poor?
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Male 1,832
The same way extreme liberals and extreme conservatives are the same because they don`t help anything. Extreme religion does nothing to help the world.
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Male 390
The bible also clearly states that you should put your wife to death if she is not a virgin when you marry her (Deuteronomy 22:20-21), or that you should stone people to death for working on the sabbath (Exodus 31:12-15), or that you should kill children that curse their father or mother (Leviticus 20:9). Why aren`t people doing this?
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Male 1,216
I really love how the mods didn`t alter the title and caption at all.

I added a note though, it said that there are as much christian extremists as there are muslim ones. And there aren`t many, this is just to show all the christians against islam (teabagger douche nozzles) that they are not much worse.
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Male 35
Short answer: No, no they`re not. Extremists of any belief are vile creatures that shame every sane person vaguely associated with that same belief. I say this as a loosely associated christian.
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Male 148
religious nutjobs are religious nutjobs

this poo is so stale it isn`t even funny anymore
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Male 141
The greatest atheist nation on earth, the Soviet Union, condemned homosexuality much more harshly than America. The people in this video are not Christian first and foremost; they are intolerant first and foremost.
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Male 1,557
Shame we didn`t hear more from people sharing the priest at the end`s views, because as a non religious gay man, I have a lot of Christian friends who may not share my views, but who would never react like these extreme versions being shown in this video.

Not all Christians are caricatures like these people in the video, and most of the ones I know are loving and caring people who accept me for who and what I am. That`s being Christian.
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Male 1,216
Link: Christians Are Gentle, Loving Creatures. [Rate Link] - That`s a lot of religion induced morality right there. Are christian extremists any different than muslim extremists?
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