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Did Christ commit suicide?
Posted 10/24/10 , edited 10/24/10

alupihan45 wrote:


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alupihan45 wrote:

hehe. Such ignorant accusations. You said it yourself, it can't be proven yet you insist we do that. LOL
Read it again, I said to prove it otherwise. With emphasis on how you can't prove that you're not playing God; invoking God as an unquestionable, untouchable, and subsequently unjustifiable figure of authority. When the Bible had morally contradicted itself with immoralities such as slavery, genocide, murder, inequality, torture, and even rape in the name of God.


the more your accusations become more ignorant. I, as far as i can remamber, never claimed that i play god nor have i ever did in real life. And god only contradicts human made standards. You may say fornication is not evil but to God, it is evil. God says you should not sleep with your neighbor's wife but humans says , 'f*** off' and so on and so forth. Now think what you want to think. Play the victim all you want.
But according to my proof which you had constantly "ignored", the immoral contradictions was stemmed from the Bible itself. Or as the Bible itself proclaimed the very words of God Himself, and all of it being true. And every time immorality happened within the Bible it always invoked the authority of God, just like what you're doing right now, playing God.
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Wow. Very good read this time (it took me some time to do it). There are more than few things I would like to discuss, but it would be so off topic I dont dare to do it. When I find some time I'll make topic off it. Thanks for interesting articles.
on topic: believe it or not, the thought of "He actually killed himself" crossed my mind more then a few times when I was learning about Christianity. It sounded stupid, but: he knew he will die, but he let it happen anyway. As for reasons, idk. The whole "son of god" thing is little stretched. If you view it from political/historical viewpoint, its like: he wanted to do what every Jew wanted him to do: throw the bloody Romans out and lead the rebellion, but in the end he lacked courage to do it. Or he concluded that Romans would crush the rebellion (which happened 100 years after and led to 2nd genesis) so why lose all those lives.
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But according to my proof which you had constantly "ignored", the immoral contradictions was stemmed from the Bible itself. Or as the Bible itself proclaimed the very words of God Himself, and all of it being true. And every time immorality happened within the Bible it always invoked the authority of God, just like what you're doing right now, playing God.

Playing god. Riigghht. (such nonsense. Ok. Whatever you say. It seems you have read the whole Bible already and studied, which means i'm talking to a scholar. Oh oh, it seems you have read the quaran too as you keep on fusing them with the Bible. And the wikipedia, how could i forgot.
Well, i'm backing down, all-knowing one. We are too ignorant to go against your accusation that we are playing god.
Posted 10/25/10 , edited 10/25/10

alupihan45 wrote:


DomFortress wrote:

But according to my proof which you had constantly "ignored", the immoral contradictions was stemmed from the Bible itself. Or as the Bible itself proclaimed the very words of God Himself, and all of it being true. And every time immorality happened within the Bible it always invoked the authority of God, just like what you're doing right now, playing God.



Playing god. Riigghht. (such nonsense. Ok. Whatever you say. It seems you have read the whole Bible already and studied, which means i'm talking to a scholar. Oh oh, it seems you have read the quaran too as you keep on fusing them with the Bible. And the wikipedia, how could i forgot.
Well, i'm backing down, all-knowing one. We are too ignorant to go against your accusation that we are playing god.
Don't forget, I also read professionally and scientifically peer-reviewed research papers about the psychology and sociology of organized religions, as a type social movement known as religious fundamentalism. Which BTW through your own passive aggressiveness of ignorance and denial, you just proved my other point regarding religious fundamentalists as individuals with narcissistic personality disorder.
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