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    That's a fact, the neo-con capitalist greedy warmongering religious-right of America are not true Christians, they betray the faith...
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    18 Aug '05 00:41
    Originally posted by DeadBeSwallowed
    That's a fact, the neo-con capitalist greedy warmongering religious-right of America are not true Christians, they betray the faith...
    Matt 12:37
    "For by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned."
    (NKJ)
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    18 Aug '05 03:43
    Originally posted by DeadBeSwallowed
    That's a fact, the neo-con capitalist greedy warmongering religious-right of America are not true Christians, they betray the faith...
    Well Duh, so-called Christianity wasn't started by Christ, or Jesu
    or whatver you want to call him. It was started by Paul that
    dude having one too many hallucinations in the desert. You get
    enough wavy horizons in the deep desert and you would hallucinate
    too, just so happened he wanted to start a religion that would fly
    in Rome. In Rome you don't start a religion without miracles.
    Jesus did not preach miracles, he preached equality.
    Paul could not sell equality to Rome, it had to be rife with miraculous
    recoveries and other bogus crap miracles so, boing, Chrisitanity
    all of a sudden had miracles and the rest is unfortunately history.
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    18 Aug '05 05:56
    Originally posted by DeadBeSwallowed
    That's a fact, the neo-con capitalist greedy warmongering religious-right of America are not true Christians, they betray the faith...
    Yes. It has always amused me that so many things in the bible like

    - thou shallt not kill and
    - turn the other cheek

    Are so blatantly disregarded by the most faithful of Christians in the US, yet the non-religious types (the hippies and the socialists) do seem to follow what the bible says.

    How bloody ironic is that?
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    18 Aug '05 05:59
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Yes. It has always amused me that so many things in the bible like

    - thou shallt not kill and
    - turn the other cheek

    Are so blatantly disregarded by the most faithful of Christians in the US, yet the non-religious types (the hippies and the socialists) do seem to follow what the bible says.

    How bloody ironic is that?
    pretty darn ironic
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    18 Aug '05 16:34
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Yes. It has always amused me that so many things in the bible like

    - thou shallt not kill and
    - turn the other cheek

    Are so blatantly disregarded by the most faithful of Christians in the US, yet the non-religious types (the hippies and the socialists) do seem to follow what the bible says.

    How bloody ironic is that?
    Also, Jesus talks about sharing, and giving to the poor, and says money is the root of all evil, do right-wingers in the USA obey these teachings?
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    18 Aug '05 16:57
    Originally posted by DeadBeSwallowed
    Also, Jesus talks about sharing, and giving to the poor, and says money is the root of all evil, do right-wingers in the USA obey these teachings?
    You assume they don't??

    You're just putting out stereotypes - straw men to shoot down.

    I thought you knee-jerk liberal tree-huggers considered stereotypes as politically incorrect - it's not right to judge people based on stereotypes.
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    18 Aug '05 17:00
    Originally posted by Coletti
    I thought you knee-jerk liberal tree-huggers considered stereotypes as politically incorrect - it's not right to judge people based on stereotypes.
    Oh! The irony...
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    18 Aug '05 17:01
    Originally posted by Palynka
    Oh! The irony...
    Thank you! Glad somebody noticed. 🙂
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    18 Aug '05 17:05
    Originally posted by Palynka
    Oh! The irony...
    Indeed, such irony, and besides, Jesus could be considered a tree hugger too, somewhere he says he loves "all living things", and BTW, trees are alive, so you are a heathen...
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    18 Aug '05 17:14
    Originally posted by DeadBeSwallowed
    Indeed, such irony, and besides, Jesus could be considered a tree hugger too, somewhere he says he loves "all living things", and BTW, trees are alive, so you are a heathen...
    Who, me?
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    18 Aug '05 18:26
    Originally posted by DeadBeSwallowed
    Indeed, such irony, and besides, Jesus could be considered a tree hugger too, somewhere he says he loves "all living things", and BTW, trees are alive, so you are a heathen...
    What verse?
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    18 Aug '05 23:33
    Originally posted by DeadBeSwallowed
    Also, Jesus ... says money is the root of all evil....
    No he doesn't
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    19 Aug '05 00:08
    Originally posted by shavixmir
    Yes. It has always amused me that so many things in the bible like

    - thou shallt not kill and
    - turn the other cheek

    Are so blatantly disregarded by the most faithful of Christians in the US, yet the non-religious types (the hippies and the socialists) do seem to follow what the bible says.

    How bloody ironic is that?
    The words " thou shallt not kill" are more accurately translated " thou shallt not murder" ...there is a big difference. One has to do a little biblical research to find some of these answers.
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    19 Aug '05 11:08
    Originally posted by checkbaitor
    [b]The words " thou shallt not kill" are more accurately translated " thou shallt not murder" ...there is a big difference.
    to kill a man and to murder a man are the very same thing to the dead man
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