OT: The Ten comandments.

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  1. Perry Justus

    Perry Justus Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    At least the statue exists.

    Perry

    On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 10:38:22 +0100, "TJ Hertz" <tjhertz@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > It's a fucking statue, not an Iraqi WMD.
    >
    > --
    > TJ Hertz
    > http://www.whatyourenot.com
  2. Robert Schuh

    Robert Schuh Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    #1,
    The moron meant to say statue. #2, if you think the Iraqis never had any WMD,
    what did they use to gas the Kurds? Moron. Go back to jerking off to the
    Communist Manifesto.

    Perry Justus wrote:

    > At least the statue exists.
    >
    > Perry
    >
    > On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 10:38:22 +0100, "TJ Hertz" <tjhertz@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > > It's a fucking statue, not an Iraqi WMD.
    > >
    > > --
    > > TJ Hertz
    > > http://www.whatyourenot.com





    --
    Robert Schuh
    "Everything that elevates an individual above the herd and
    intimidates the neighbour is henceforth called evil; and
    the fair, modest, submissive and conforming mentality,
    the mediocrity of desires attains moral designations and honors"
    - Nietzsche

    "The meek shall inherit nothing" - Zappa
  3. Perry Justus

    Perry Justus Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    Whoa! Hold your horses. The mustard gas was given to Iraq by either
    us or France, and I never said they never had any WMDs. But where
    are the ones we said they had? And besides, I was just making a joke
    about the lack of any found WMDs. If they exist (and not the ones
    they received back in the '80s), then I'd love to see 'em. Also, I neglected to mention this in my private e-mail (I didn't realize you also followed up my post here), but
    the US government is now basically telling us that an informant screwed up and that's why we went to war. Nice way to dodge responsibility, eh? And just as I
    suspected, the rest is being blamed on Britain. Fits like a puzzle piece... if the finished picture was a giant unlubed cock going into the ass of the American people.

    I never figured you'd buy the lies of the administration, but hey, there's a first time for everything.

    And, BTW, communism, as they say, looks good on paper. But what happens
    when you add the human touch?

    Thanks for flaming me. :)

    Jerks off to more colorful things,
    Perry


    On Sun, 31 Aug 2003 15:40:08 -0700, Robert Schuh <rob@robschuh.com> wrote:
    > #1,
    > The moron meant to say statue. #2, if you think the Iraqis never had any WMD,
    > what did they use to gas the Kurds? Moron. Go back to jerking off to the
    > Communist Manifesto.
    >
    > Perry Justus wrote:
    >
    > > At least the statue exists.
    > >
    > > Perry
  4. Joey Furr

    Joey Furr Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    I never said I had scientific proof. I said I was a scientifically minded
    person who needed and recieved proof.

    --

    ....Joey
    "...so hold the mustard on those flames, y'all." - Aaron Draper

    "George Lawrence" <drumguru@ameritech.net> wrote in message
    news:eek:ae4b.17290$Ih1.6312134@newssrv26.news.prodigy.com...
    > You brought up science. It the proof is scientific then it can't be
    > subjective. Not that I question your motives or sincerity.
    >
    > --
    > George Lawrence
    > George's Drum Shop
    > 1351 S. Cleveland-Massillon Road #21
    > Copley, Ohio 44321
    > http://www.GeorgesDrumShop.com
    > http://www.Drumguru.com
    > 330 670 0800
    > toll free 866 970 0800
    >
    > "If thine enemy wrong thee,
    > buy each of his children a drum."
    > -Chinese proverb
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "Joey Furr" <joeyfurr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    > news:7nCdncG2z_I0Lc2iXTWJhQ@comcast.com...
    > > My proof is not for you or anyone else, my proof is for me.
    > >
    > > You would have to have my life experiences to have my proof; where I

    came
    > > from, how I got here, the road along the way...
    > >
    > > --
    > >
    > > ...Joey
    > > "...so hold the mustard on those flames, y'all." - Aaron Draper
    > >
    > > "George Lawrence" <drumguru@ameritech.net> wrote in message
    > > news:FvT3b.17076$Ih1.6076565@newssrv26.news.prodigy.com...
    > > >
    > > > "Although I know I shouldnt have needed proof as a Christian...as
    > > > a scientifically minded man I did demand proof...and got it."
    > > >
    > > > This should be interesting. Share your obvious proof with the rest of

    > the
    > > > world! :)
    > > >
    > > > --
    > > > George Lawrence
    > > > George's Drum Shop
    > > > 1351 S. Cleveland-Massillon Road #21
    > > > Copley, Ohio 44321
    > > > http://www.GeorgesDrumShop.com
    > > > http://www.Drumguru.com
    > > > 330 670 0800
    > > > toll free 866 970 0800
    > > >
    > > > "If thine enemy wrong thee,
    > > > buy each of his children a drum."
    > > > -Chinese proverb
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > >
    > > > "Joey Furr" <joeyfurr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    > > > news:JaecnZB6HKWqUNKiXTWJhg@comcast.com...
    > > > > "Da Parrot-chick" <just@sk.me> wrote in message
    > > > > news:UlM3b.623$tw6.470@newsread4.news.pas.earthlink.net...
    > > > > >
    > > > > > <bjacoby@users.iwaynet.net> wrote in message
    > > > > > news:binpa2$d4v$1@tribune.oar.net...
    > > > > > > George Lawrence <drumguru@ameritech.net> wrote:
    > > > > > > > I will accept that atheism and agnosticism are world views,

    but
    > > not
    > > > > > > > "religions". Religion can safely be defined in the broadest

    > sense
    > > as
    > > > > > man's
    > > > > > > > expression of his acknowledgement of the divine. Because

    neither
    > > > > atheism
    > > > > > and
    > > > > > > > agnosticism acknowledge the divine, they are not religions.

    They
    > > are
    > > > > the
    > > > > > > > lack of religion.
    > > > > > >
    > > > > > > Yes, saying that has been a ploy of the atheists, agnostics etc.
    > > > > > > for some time, and worded as you word it makes sense. But I say
    > > > > > > religion is not solely defined as an "expression of his
    > > > acknowledgement
    > > > > > > of the divine". Yes, Religion as found in organized churches
    > > > definitely
    > > > > > > is "religion". But that isn't quite enough. The Dictionary puts

    it
    > > > > > > this way: "A system of beliefs held to with ardor and faith".
    > > > > >
    > > > > > Right. Atheists and agnostics want proof. You can't have faith

    and
    > > > > demand
    > > > > > proof at the same time.
    > > > >
    > > > > Incorrect. Although I know I shouldnt have needed proof as a
    > > > Christian...as
    > > > > a scientifically minded man I did demand proof...and got it.
    > > > > You just have to be willing to look.
    > > > >
    > > > > If you sincerely look...you WILL find proof.
    > > > >
    > > > > ...Joey
    > > > >
    > > > > Faith is the most necessary part of religion, no?
    > > > > > Even God says so--it's the first commandment. Believe in Me and

    Me
    > > > only.
    > > > > >
    > > > > > > I don't know about you, but that SURE describes atheists to me.
    > > > > > > It's not just a "world view" because it does take postions
    > > > > > > on supreme being(s), afterlife, etc.
    > > > > >
    > > > > > I suppose indifference is a position. I don't know of any

    atheists
    > > who
    > > > go
    > > > > > on crusades to get the faithful to ditch their religion and not

    care
    > > > about
    > > > > > it anymore, though.
    > > > > >
    > > > > > What that position is
    > > > > > > is not important what is import is that the system is
    > > > > > > held with "ardor an faith". Thus it seems to follow that it's
    > > > > > > not atheists, agnostics and the like who are without religion,
    > > > > > > but rather the only folks who truly have "no religion" are
    > > > > > > the people who could give a rat's ass about the topic!
    > > > > >
    > > > > > Only problem with that is, the fundamentalists enter at that point

    > and
    > > > try
    > > > > > to change the laws to favor their religion over others. That's

    when
    > > the
    > > > > law
    > > > > > steps in.
    > > > > >
    > > > > > > Therefore, it follows quite logically at all the folks
    > > > > > > screaming "separation of church and state" when ever
    > > > > > > some object appears in public clearly DO have "ardor and
    > > > > > > faith" and are thus trying to establish as the "state
    > > > > > > religion" their religion!
    > > > > > >
    > > > > > > Q.E.D.
    > > > > >
    > > > > > Wow, man.
    > > > > >
    > > > > > > Benj
    > > > > > > (Now where the hell are my meds?)
    > > > > >
    > > > > > I didn't touch 'em--we're on different prescriptions :)
    > > > > >
    > > > > >
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >
  5. Mark Rance

    Mark Rance Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    "George Lawrence" <drumguru@ameritech.net> wrote in message
    news:eek:ae4b.17290$Ih1.6312134@newssrv26.news.prodigy.com...
    > You brought up science. It the proof is scientific then it can't be
    > subjective. Not that I question your motives or sincerity.



    Mathematics aside, Truth in some realms is a matter of perspective. I take
    all of the people being released from prison after DNA tests exonerated
    them.

    -Mark
  6. Re: The Ten comandments.

    Perry Justus <pjustus@arn.net> wrote:
    > Whoa! Hold your horses. The mustard gas was given to Iraq by either
    > us or France, and I never said they never had any WMDs.


    (mostly us)

    > Fits like a puzzle piece... if the finished picture was a giant
    > unlubed cock going into the ass of the American people.


    Whoa! Say, have you been studying at the Rob Schuh School
    of Writing and Journalism? If so, sounds like you are well
    on your way to valedictorian! :)

    Benj
  7. Glenn Dowdy

    Glenn Dowdy Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    "Mark Rance" <mrr@pcisys.network> wrote in message
    news:vl59cpcrqfmr62@corp.supernews.com...
    >
    > "George Lawrence" <drumguru@ameritech.net> wrote in message
    > news:eek:ae4b.17290$Ih1.6312134@newssrv26.news.prodigy.com...
    > > You brought up science. It the proof is scientific then it can't be
    > > subjective. Not that I question your motives or sincerity.

    >
    >
    > Mathematics aside, Truth in some realms is a matter of perspective.


    Perhaps so, but that's why my classmates and I always referred to Math(s) as
    the only true science.

    Glenn D.
  8. Perry Justus

    Perry Justus Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    On 1 Sep 2003 02:20:15 GMT, bjacoby@users.iwaynet.net wrote:
    > Perry Justus <pjustus@arn.net> wrote:
    > > Whoa! Hold your horses. The mustard gas was given to Iraq by either
    > > us or France, and I never said they never had any WMDs.

    >
    > (mostly us)


    Indeed. And France claims (or claimed?) that we made that up about them having a WMD bakesale, so who knows?

    >
    > > Fits like a puzzle piece... if the finished picture was a giant
    > > unlubed cock going into the ass of the American people.

    >
    > Whoa! Say, have you been studying at the Rob Schuh School
    > of Writing and Journalism? If so, sounds like you are well
    > on your way to valedictorian! :)
    >
    > Benj


    I take that as both a compliment and an insult. ;-)

    Perry
  9. Re: The Ten comandments.

    c'mon...THAT one is funny

    JP

    In article <JBSdnQcz6-UtVtKiU-KYuQ@comcast.com>, Joey Furr
    <joeyfurr@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > > 10. "Upgrading the infrastructure? Sounds like a job for Halliburton!"


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  10. Re: The Ten comandments.

    now THAT was good...LOL!!!

    In article <RHM3b.3721$pA7.52@news.cpqcorp.net>, Glenn Dowdy
    <glenn.dowdy@nospam.com> wrote:

    > > this way: "A system of beliefs held to with ardor and faith".

    >
    > Like NASCAR and WWF?


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  11. Re: The Ten comandments.

    exactly. this is the point.

    In article <hkR3b.3777$bW7.3190@news.cpqcorp.net>, Glenn Dowdy
    <glenn.dowdy@nospam.com> wrote:

    > I'm not that concerned with religious symbols. I am concerned that someone
    > who refuses to acknowledge the priority of the Law over his particular faith
    > might not be the impartial jurist that those who are empowered to pass
    > judgment are expected to be.


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  12. Re: The Ten comandments.

    i dont understand why 'Believers' are so afraid of something they dont
    believe in?


    In article <bilc6t$l7p$3@tribune.oar.net>, <bjacoby@users.iwaynet.net>
    wrote:

    > SCW <adsl001@verizon.net> wrote:
    > > I don't understand why Athiests are so afraid of
    > > something they don't even believe in. I'm
    > > agnostic and am in no way threatened by other
    > > people's faith.

    >
    > AMEN! :)
    > Spoken like a true American!
    >
    > Benj
  13. Re: The Ten comandments.

    Joey wrote

    > "I am a real Christian, that is to say, a disciple of the doctrines of
    > Jesus-very different from the Platonists, who call me infidel and

    themselves
    > Christians and preachers of the gospel, while they draw all their
    > characteristic dogmas from what its Author never said nor saw. They have
    > compounded from the heathen mysteries a system beyond the comprehension of
    > man, of which the great Reformer of the vicious ethics and deism of the
    > Jews, were He to return on earth, would not recognize one feature." -

    Thomas
    > Jefferson


    > Benjamin Rush, signer of the Declaration of Independence, wrote to his
    > friend and signer of the Constitution John Dickenson that Paine's Age of
    > Reason was "absurd and impious."
    >
    > Charles Carroll, a signer of the Declaration, described Paine's work as
    > "blasphemous writings against the Christian religion."
    >
    > John Witherspoon, signer of the Declaration and mentor to many other
    > Founders, said that Paine was "ignorant of human nature as well as an

    enemy
    > to the Christian faith."
    >
    > Patrick Henry, too, wrote a refutation of Paine's work which he described

    as
    > "the puny efforts of Paine."
    >
    > Many other similar writings could be cited, but these are sufficient to

    show
    > that Paine's views were strongly rejected even by the least religious
    > Founders.



    Very poor selective quoting without context and I will systematically tear
    them all apart here.

    Did you read the Jefferson writing you just quoted? Did you notice the
    mention of deism? It wasn't in a negative sense. In that quote Jefferson
    basically said that the Christian religion had become a bunch of rewritten
    dogma bull mixed with pagan religions and that Jesus would not recognize it
    if he returned. This was the worst possible Jefferson quote you could use
    because it shows Jefferson's position diametrically opposed to yours. It
    is a classic, often quoted writing used to show his aversion to the
    christian religion. Jefferson was considered a blasphemer by the church
    because he wrote two versions of the gospels which cut the bible down to
    only those sayings he attributed to the "philosopher" Jesus and cut out all
    mention of the supernatural. He did not believe that Jesus was divine and
    this was his attempt at defining the human Jesus of Nazareth, not the deity
    Christ. These were discovered after his death and the second is well known
    as the Jeffersonian bible. He was an avowed Deist and Naturalist, not a
    Christian. His writings about Christ were from the deist point of view.
    Jefferson, in particular, is responsible for converting a lot of modern day
    deists, atheists and agnostics . It was his writings that first prompted me
    to be a skeptic when I was a Christian. Remember that Jefferson wrote the
    Bill for Establishing Religous Freedoms in the virignia legislature which
    demolished government supported religion. In opposition to the christians
    who wanted the benefit of the law limited to christians it passed to include
    protection of the "Infidel of every denomination". This was the precedent
    for the first amendment .
    He also wrote in 1814, " In every age the priest has been hostile to
    liberty. He is always in alliance with the despot, abetting his abuses in
    return for protection to his own". This is not the FF to quote for suport of
    the mythical "Christian America". He was also the author of the phrase and
    concept of "wall of separation between church and state". He and James
    Madison were responsible for the whole enchilada of government freedom of
    and from religion and vice versa. Jefferson was very wary of revealed and
    organized religions as am I.

    As for the Paine critics, the constitution was signed long before he wrote
    the Age of Reason in 1793 and so it had no influence at all on that or the
    first amendment . The two main writings of Paine that influenced the
    Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were "Common Sense" and the
    "American Crisis" papers. Paine also served in the continental army and
    congress. he was considered a hero and a founding father by all the signers
    of the constitution as well as one of the most influential philosophers of
    the day. His views about independence and freedom were fully accepted by
    100% of the signers of the constitution. He was later, nearly twenty years
    later, hypocritically branded in America as an infidel and made unwelcome
    for his atheistic view espoused in the Age of Reason by some of the very men
    he had fought for and with (but not Jefferson). This is, to this day, still
    an embarrassment to our country to have essentially excommunicated the man
    who played such a great part in gaining our freedoms that we enjoy today.
    That you should give props to those who did not grant him religous tolerance
    after he helped secure it for them is very unChristian and you would burn in
    hell for it.....if there were a hell :)

    I think this one quote really sums it all up quite nicely, from the "father
    of the constititution" who co wrote an important document, the federalist
    papers, that led to the ratification of the constitution. He was also one
    of the framers of the Bill of Rights:

    JAMES MADISON: "The purpose of separation of church and state is to keep
    forever from these shores the ceaseless strife that has soaked the soil
    of Europe with blood for centuries."

    My mother was a history teacher and my father a minister so that's why I get
    so wrapped up in this stuff. This was dinner table conversation at my house.
    A good source book on Jefferson is Undestanding TJ by Halliday. It is mostly
    about his womanizing though. :)Your thoughts?

    --
    George Lawrence
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    buy each of his children a drum."
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    "Joey Furr" <joeyfurr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:ptucndSErMeeBdOiXTWJkw@comcast.com...
    > Glenn-D,
    > We could probably quote things at each other and make this another
    > incredibly long thread...
    >
    >
    >
    > ...but I think we'll just have to agree to disagree and get back to
    > drummin'!!
    >
    > --
    >
    > ...Joey
    > "...so hold the mustard on those flames, y'all." - Aaron Draper
    >
    > "Glenn Dowdy" <glenn.dowdy@nospam.com> wrote in message
    > news:N%t3b.3615$gF6.599@news.cpqcorp.net...
    > >
    > > "Joey Furr" <joeyfurr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    > > news:9JGdnRne6fGstNOiXTWJhg@comcast.com...
    > > > "Domestic slavery is repugnant to the principles of Christianity... It

    > is
    > > > rebellion against the authority of a common Father. It is a practical

    > > denial
    > > > of the extent and efficacy of the death of a common Savior. It is an
    > > > usurpation of the prerogative of the great Sovereign of the universe

    who
    > > has
    > > > solemnly claimed an exclusive property in the souls of men."
    > > > -Benjamin Rush, Signer of the Declaration of Independence.
    > > >
    > > > "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created

    > equal,
    > > > that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable

    Rights,
    > > that
    > > > among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness." -

    > Declaration
    > > > of Indepenance
    > > >

    > > Not necessarily a Christian or even Theist view, especially considering

    > that
    > > the author was a Deist. Nice Calvininst typo in the last word.
    > >
    > > Here are some other viewpoints by that same author (Thomas Jefferson)
    > >
    > > "
    > > "I have examined all the known superstitions of the word, and I do not
    > > find in our particular superstition of Christianity one redeeming

    feature.
    > > They are all alike founded on fables and mythology. Millions of innocent
    > > men, women and children, since the introduction of Christianity, have

    been
    > > burnt, tortured, fined and imprisoned. What has been the effect of this
    > > coercion? To make one half the world fools and the other half

    hypocrites;
    > to
    > > support roguery and error all over the earth."
    > >
    > >
    > > "The clergy converted the simple teachings of Jesus into an engine for
    > > enslaving mankind and adulterated by artificial constructions into a
    > > contrivance to filch wealth and power to themselves...these clergy, in

    > fact,
    > > constitute the real Anti-Christ"
    > >
    > >
    > > > "The general principles, on which the Fathers achieved independence,

    > were
    > > > the only Principles in which that beautiful Assembly of young

    Gentlemen
    > > > could Unite....And what were these general Principles? I answer, the

    > > general
    > > > Principles of Christianity, in which all these Sects were United: . .

    ..
    > > Now
    > > > I will avow, that I then believe, and now believe, that those general
    > > > Principles of Christianity, are as eternal and immutable, as the

    > Existence
    > > > and Attributes of God; and that those Principles of Liberty, are as
    > > > unalterable as human Nature and our terrestrial, mundane System." -

    John
    > > > Adams in a letter to Thomas Jefferson
    > > >

    > > And from John Adams:
    > >
    > > "Where do we find a precept in the Bible for Creeds, Confessions,

    > Doctrines
    > > and Oaths, and whole carloads of other trumpery that we find religion
    > > encumbered with in these days?"
    > >
    > > and
    > >
    > > "The doctrine of the divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
    > > absurdity."
    > >
    > > and:
    > > Adams signed the Treaty of Tripoli. Article 11 states: "The Government

    of
    > > the United States is not in any sense founded on the Christian religion"
    > >
    > > Thomas Paine:
    > >
    > > In The Age of Reason:
    > >
    > > "I do not believe in the creed professed by the Jewish church, by the

    > Roman
    > > church, by the Greek church, by the Turkish church, by the Protestant
    > > church, nor by any church that I know of...Each of those churches accuse

    > the
    > > other of unbelief; and for my own part, I disbelieve them all."
    > >
    > > "I would not dare to so dishonor my Creator God by attaching His name to
    > > that book (the Bible).
    > > Among the most detestable villains in history, you could not find one

    > worse
    > > than Moses. Here is an order, attributed to 'God' to butcher the boys,

    to
    > > massacre the mothers and to debauch and rape the daughters. I would not

    > dare
    > > so dishonor my Creator's name by (attaching) it to this filthy book (the
    > > Bible).
    > > It is the duty of every true Deist to vindicate the moral justice of God
    > > against the evils of the Bible.
    > > Accustom a people to believe that priests and clergy can forgive

    > sins...and
    > > you will have sins in abundance.
    > > The Christian church has set up a religion of pomp and revenue in

    > pretended
    > > imitation of a person (Jesus) who lived a life of poverty."
    > >
    > > James Madison:
    > >
    > > "What influence in fact have Christian ecclesiastical establishments had

    > on
    > > civil society? In many instances they have been upholding the thrones of
    > > political tyranny. In no instance have they been seen as the guardians

    of
    > > the liberties of the people. Rulers who wished to subvert the public

    > liberty
    > > have found in the clergy convenient auxiliaries. A just government,
    > > instituted to secure and perpetuate liberty, does not need the clerg"
    > >
    > > and
    > >
    > > "Religion and government will both exist in greater purity, the less

    they
    > > are mixed together."
    > >
    > > > That's the whole concept of the Constitution, that your rights come

    from
    > > > God, so men cannot take them away. "All men are *created* equal".

    > >
    > > Creation does not necessarily imply the Christian God.
    > > >
    > > > You're techically correct, where Christianity is mentioned by the

    > founding
    > > > fathers it is outside a legal document, and where faith is mentioned

    in
    > > the
    > > > legal documents, the specific word 'Christianity' is not used...but

    put
    > > two
    > > > and two together and you still get four.
    > > >

    > > Poor analogy aside, I have degrees in Mathematics and Accounting. I do

    not
    > > believe that 2+2 always equals 4.
    > >
    > > Glenn D.
    > >
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
    >
  14. John P.

    John P. Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    If going to church makes you a christian, does going into your garage make
    you a car?
  15. Joey Furr

    Joey Furr Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    Who said that going to church makes you a Christian? Not me.

    --

    ....Joey
    "...so hold the mustard on those flames, y'all." - Aaron Draper

    "John P." <JohnP6617@REMOVETHIScomcast.net> wrote in message
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    > If going to church makes you a christian, does going into your garage make
    > you a car?
    >
    >
  16. Re: The Ten comandments.

    No, it makes you a garage band. :)

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    "John P." <JohnP6617@REMOVETHIScomcast.net> wrote in message
    news:ly15b.332041$YN5.228449@sccrnsc01...
    > If going to church makes you a christian, does going into your garage make
    > you a car?
    >
    >
  17. John P.

    John P. Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    "Joey Furr" <joeyfurr@yahoo.com> wrote in a message

    > Who said that going to church makes you a Christian? Not me.


    Just a bumper sticker I saw... thought it was funny.
    I was right. It was funny. :)
  18. Joey Furr

    Joey Furr Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    Oh you're right...it IS funny. :) I thought you were continuing the debate.

    My favorite (which has been worn out in RMMP) is:

    Visualize Whirled Peas

    --

    ....Joey
    "...so hold the mustard on those flames, y'all." - Aaron Draper

    "John P." <JohnP6617@REMOVETHIScomcast.net> wrote in message
    news:wF45b.333055$YN5.229391@sccrnsc01...
    > "Joey Furr" <joeyfurr@yahoo.com> wrote in a message
    >
    > > Who said that going to church makes you a Christian? Not me.

    >
    > Just a bumper sticker I saw... thought it was funny.
    > I was right. It was funny. :)
    >
    >
    >
  19. Glenn Dowdy

    Glenn Dowdy Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    "Joey Furr" <joeyfurr@yahoo.com> wrote in message
    news:3aSdneWOSeJLeMmiXTWJhg@comcast.com...
    > Oh you're right...it IS funny. :) I thought you were continuing the

    debate.
    >
    > My favorite (which has been worn out in RMMP) is:
    >
    > Visualize Whirled Peas
    >

    Visualize Ballard (for the Seattle folks)

    Glenn D.
  20. NoSheeples

    NoSheeples Guest

    Re: The Ten comandments.

    >
    >i dont understand why 'Believers' are so afraid of something they dont
    >believe in?
    >


    From the beginning of man it's been the same. Believers are not afraid to
    believe in secular things, they are afraid of the moral impact of society.
    Spirituality keeps most people on the straight and narrow through life. Most
    atheist believe more then they let on. That's not to say that atheist can't be
    good people if they were raised properly with decent values, and where do these
    values come from? ;o) The bible. You wouldn't teach your kid it's right to
    steal correct? Does the bible say you shall not steal? If a kid was raised non
    religious does this mean they are not spiritual? Many atheist may not belong to
    any particular religion, but that does not mean they are not spiritual people.

    Im sure there are some that are true non belivers, but they are rare. Did you
    know 90% of people belong to one faith or another?

    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what is for lunch. Liberty is
    a well armed lamb protesting the vote."

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