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"AlphaT" wrote:

"Teh_Skittlez" wrote:

"AlphaT" wrote:

"Alekhine" wrote:

All you did was define God. He was using the correct logic that God is something Christians make supreme in thier life....as well as Others and Atheists put things like money or family or power in their top priority and worship that like a God.

And is there not something in everyones life that is supreme?

Just assume that however Kerpele responds to you tomorrow is what I would say

I don't have the patience he does

Thank You for your forfit. 

No forfeit has happened.
 

Not having the patience means he kinda didnt hav the mental time for the debate.   He has other plans. And exactly how is calling a forfeit remotely on topic? It's your arrogance where arrogance isn't warranted.


hey relax haha it's a debate concerning science and religion. I don't think it's very appropriate to call someone out on the boards like that haha.

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Yes we learn this stuff as science. But it is the work of God. If you truly think about it, where would the Earth came from without God creating it? I've learnt this in church. That yes some of the stuff the scientists say could be possible. But they could have happened with God guiding the process. For example, the Big Band Theory. I learnt that God could have made the Earth this exact way, but nobody knows for sure because nobody was around. Atheists just want facts to prove stuff instead of believing in someone they can not actually see. It's a thing called faith. Which they do not have in God.

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AlphaT, I see you suggest that Christians place top priority on God in their life.

Does this overwrite everything else? Including the senses of compassion, philanthropy and justice.

Because if it does, it kind of implies that God doesn't actually care if you are a good person, as long as you place the most value on him.


"Becky-Mae1996" wrote:


It's a thing called faith.


Friedrich Nietzsche once said; "Faith is not wanting to know what is true."

I don't entirely agree with his assertion, but I do agree that faith is deliberate avoidance of reality.

"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free."

― Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe


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"Kerpele" wrote:

AlphaT, I see you suggest that Christians place top priority on God in their life.

Does this overwrite everything else? Including the senses of compassion, philanthropy and justice.

Because if it does, it kind of implies that God doesn't actually care if you are a good person, as long as you place the most value on him.


"Becky-Mae1996" wrote:


It's a thing called faith.

Friedrich Nietzsche once said; "Faith is not wanting to know what is true."

I don't entirely agree with his assertion, but I do agree that faith is deliberate avoidance of reality.



Lol...first off using a quote of the man who feared the rise of New Atheisem, Bravo.

Now to your top statement, which I am still trying to find a way to respond to it since it is so hollow of an arguement.

You are implying that God does not institute those attributes into you when you accept Him into your heart. God establishes things like compassion philantrophy and kindness into you when you put him at the top of your life.


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You are implying that God does not institute those attributes into you when you accept Him into your heart. God establishes things like compassion philantrophy and kindness into you when you put him at the top of your life.


I guess that makes sense. I mean, I have absolutely no compassion, kindness or philanthropic interests because I haven't accepted God. 



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"AlphaT" wrote:


You are implying that God does not institute those attributes into you when you accept Him into your heart. God establishes things like compassion philantrophy and kindness into you when you put him at the top of your life.


I do not see how that is better. It is the implication that these attributes cannot be exhibited without God, which would imply that God created man without them and demands servitude to part with them.

Why would a loving deity do that?

"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free."

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Religion.
I personally do not believe that evolution stuff.

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"Kerpele" wrote:

"AlphaT" wrote:


You are implying that God does not institute those attributes into you when you accept Him into your heart. God establishes things like compassion philantrophy and kindness into you when you put him at the top of your life.

I do not see how that is better. It is the implication that these attributes cannot be exhibited without God, which would imply that God created man without them and demands servitude to part with them.

Why would a loving deity do that?



What are you talking about? Most "Christians" interpret it as being a slave to reach those attributes. I interpret as I being a son, and following discernment through him, through the bible. Smile Nose

Those attributes can be truly fulfilled through Jesus Christ.


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Most "Christians" interpret it as being a slave to reach those attributes.


lol

I interpret as I being a son, and following discernment through him, through the bible. 

Those attributes can be truly fulfilled through Jesus Christ.


This is how most christians interpret it. 

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"Alekhine" wrote:

Most "Christians" interpret it as being a slave to reach those attributes.

lol

I interpret as I being a son, and following discernment through him, through the bible. 

Those attributes can be truly fulfilled through Jesus Christ.

This is how most christians interpret it. 



What?

If I got a dollar for every time someone told me God came on this earth to make people "Happy"...


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