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Spirituality

  1. 25 Feb '18 17:07
    Why does god always get the credit, but never the blame. If a boat with 10 people capsizes and 9 drown, the 10th person will thank god for his survival, but not blame god for the death of the other nine or the capsizing of the boat.
  2. 25 Feb '18 17:08
    Originally posted by @667joe
    Why does god always get the credit, but never the blame. If a boat with 10 people capsizes and 9 drown, the 10th person will thank god for his survival, but not blame god for the death of the other nine or the capsizing of the boat.
    Hi Joe, how are you?

    Great question by the way.
  3. Standard member Ghost of a Duke
    Zen Master
    25 Feb '18 17:48
    Originally posted by @667joe
    Why does god always get the credit, but never the blame. If a boat with 10 people capsizes and 9 drown, the 10th person will thank god for his survival, but not blame god for the death of the other nine or the capsizing of the boat.
    Wait, haven't you asked that before?
  4. 25 Feb '18 18:17
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    Wait, haven't you asked that before?
    Shhhh
  5. 25 Feb '18 18:24
    Originally posted by @667joe
    Why does god always get the credit, but never the blame. If a boat with 10 people capsizes and 9 drown, the 10th person will thank god for his survival, but not blame god for the death of the other nine or the capsizing of the boat.
    Their beliefs are built upon sand rather than the rock of the gospel preached by Jesus during His ministry.

    As such their beliefs cannot hold up to the rain, floods and winds of truth.
  6. 25 Feb '18 18:31
    Originally posted by @thinkofone
    Their beliefs are built upon sand rather than the rock of the gospel preached by Jesus during His ministry.

    As such their beliefs cannot hold up to the rain, floods and winds of truth.
    When you say “rock of the gospel” what exactly do you mean and what are the consequences of someone not being on this “rock”?
  7. Subscriber sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    25 Feb '18 18:36
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    When you say “rock of the gospel” what exactly do you mean and what are the consequences of someone not being on this “rock”?
    Since all religions are made up by humans, there are NO consequences of not being on the 'rock'. Nobody lives a second longer being on this alleged rock. Nobody lives a second less being on this rock. It is all fake news, the ORIGINAL fake news.
  8. 25 Feb '18 18:37
    Originally posted by @sonhouse
    Since all religions are made up by humans, there are NO consequences of not being on the 'rock'. Nobody lives a second longer being on this alleged rock. Nobody lives a second less being on this rock. It is all fake news, the ORIGINAL fake news.
    You surprise me.
  9. 25 Feb '18 19:16
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    Hi Joe, how are you?

    Great question by the way.
    Thanks! I am very well. How about you?
  10. 25 Feb '18 19:17
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    Wait, haven't you asked that before?
    Probably, but no one answered it!
  11. Standard member Romans1009
    Cretinous Mutterings
    25 Feb '18 19:19
    Originally posted by @667joe
    Why does god always get the credit, but never the blame. If a boat with 10 people capsizes and 9 drown, the 10th person will thank god for his survival, but not blame god for the death of the other nine or the capsizing of the boat.
    I actually think it’s the opposite. When misfortune happens, people are quick to blame God. When something good happens, they’re quick to claim credit for themselves.
  12. Standard member Rajk999
    Enjoying
    25 Feb '18 19:37
    Originally posted by @667joe
    Why does god always get the credit, but never the blame. If a boat with 10 people capsizes and 9 drown, the 10th person will thank god for his survival, but not blame god for the death of the other nine or the capsizing of the boat.
    God does everything, good bad and ugly
  13. Standard member Rajk999
    Enjoying
    25 Feb '18 19:41
    Originally posted by @667joe
    Why does god always get the credit, but never the blame. If a boat with 10 people capsizes and 9 drown, the 10th person will thank god for his survival, but not blame god for the death of the other nine or the capsizing of the boat.
    God does everything, good bad and ugly
  14. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    25 Feb '18 20:52
    Originally posted by @667joe
    Why does god always get the credit, but never the blame. If a boat with 10 people capsizes and 9 drown, the 10th person will thank god for his survival, but not blame god for the death of the other nine or the capsizing of the boat.
    Obviously they are unaware of Gods true nature
  15. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    25 Feb '18 20:55
    Originally posted by @divegeester
    When you say “rock of the gospel” what exactly do you mean and what are the consequences of someone not being on this “rock”?
    Hi Divegeester, how r u ?

    Crap question btw