1. Wat?
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    05 Oct '11 11:03
    I thank Buddha for being my teacher.
    I thank Jesus for bringing me love.
    I thank Mohammed for being the prophet.

    Quorum et decorum.

    -m. 😀
  2. Standard memberRJHinds
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    05 Oct '11 11:05
    Originally posted by mikelom
    I thank Buddha for being my teacher.
    I thank Jesus for bringing me love.
    I thank Mohammed for being the prophet.

    Quorum et decorum.

    -m. 😀
    But Mohammed is a false prophet.
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    05 Oct '11 11:21
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    But Mohammed is a false prophet.
    Go to Mecca and say that! 😛

    -m.
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    05 Oct '11 11:42
    Originally posted by mikelom
    Go to Mecca and say that! 😛

    -m.
    I don't have to go to Mecca to speak the truth. I can do it anywhere.
    I am a Christian.
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    05 Oct '11 11:46
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    I don't have to go to Mecca to speak the truth. I can do it anywhere.
    I am a Christian.
    i dont think you are, your a trinitarian, pagan as they come.
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    05 Oct '11 15:00
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    I don't have to go to Mecca to speak the truth. I can do it anywhere.
    I am a Christian.
    If you were truly Christian you wouldn't openly "pass judgement" about Mohammed!

    I can do it "anywhere". I add 'then go to Mecca and do it' and see if your God saves your slain! 😛

    Argue against those two truths of your own words I present to you, and give me a conclusive answer that you have no problem in: 1. saying that you do indeed judge unto others and that 2: you are not afraid to announce your judgements anywhere because you are Christian!

    I think, for 1. you are not Christian truly, for passing such judgement, and 2. you would be slain instantly for saying such 'anywhere' you believe you can, especially in Mecca. But then, you wouldn't have the balls to do that, as you sit comfortably at your computer passing disdain on anybody or religion you feel fit to.

    -m.
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    05 Oct '11 15:20
    Originally posted by mikelom
    If you were truly Christian you wouldn't openly "pass judgement" about Mohammed!

    I can do it "anywhere". I add 'then go to Mecca and do it' and see if your God saves your slain! 😛

    Argue against those two truths of your own words I present to you, and give me a conclusive answer that you have no problem in: 1. saying that you do indeed judge unto othe ...[text shortened]... rtably at your computer passing disdain on anybody or religion you feel fit to.

    -m.
    I think he is not a "true" Christian, not because he passes judgment, but because he tries to restrict the definition of what a true Christian is. In that sense, a "true" Christian would be one who does not have a fixed definition of what a true Christian is. It would be one for whom the phrase "true Christian" has no meaning.
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    05 Oct '11 15:21
    Originally posted by mikelom
    If you were truly Christian you wouldn't openly "pass judgement" about Mohammed!

    I can do it "anywhere". I add 'then go to Mecca and do it' and see if your God saves your slain! 😛

    Argue against those two truths of your own words I present to you, and give me a conclusive answer that you have no problem in: 1. saying that you do indeed judge unto othe ...[text shortened]... rtably at your computer passing disdain on anybody or religion you feel fit to.

    -m.
    Mohammed is a false prophet........and this is common knowledge amongst honest persons who actually care about the welfare of mankind.

    Mohammed died from eating rotting meat and his death couldn't have come too soon for he certainly deceived the entire world.
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    05 Oct '11 19:43
    Originally posted by mikelom
    I thank Buddha for being my teacher.
    I thank Jesus for bringing me love.
    I thank Mohammed for being the prophet.

    Quorum et decorum.

    -m. 😀
    I thank Jesus for bringing me love.


    Not bad. Its a start.
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    Originally posted by Dasa
    Mohammed is a false prophet........and this is common knowledge amongst honest persons who actually care about the welfare of mankind.

    Mohammed died from eating rotting meat and his death couldn't have come too soon for he certainly deceived the entire world.
    L Ron Hubbard is the only true prophet! Scientology is the only true religion - all other religions teach falsity. Those rascals who promote them are lying, cheating, fault finding, vegetable eating, child abusing, biased, dishonest, foolish, practically 7Reveal Hidden Content
    Did I get the age right?
    year old cerebral palsy wallowing theists.

    Convert to the true path Dasa...for the good of your thetan self!
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    06 Oct '11 03:53
    Originally posted by rwingett
    I think he is not a "true" Christian, not because he passes judgment, but because he tries to restrict the definition of what a true Christian is. In that sense, a "true" Christian would be one who does not have a fixed definition of what a true Christian is. It would be one for whom the phrase "true Christian" has no meaning.
    The last Christian died on the cross.--Nietzsche
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    06 Oct '11 06:24
    Originally posted by mikelom
    If you were truly Christian you wouldn't openly "pass judgement" about Mohammed!

    I can do it "anywhere". I add 'then go to Mecca and do it' and see if your God saves your slain! 😛

    Argue against those two truths of your own words I present to you, and give me a conclusive answer that you have no problem in: 1. saying that you do indeed judge unto othe ...[text shortened]... rtably at your computer passing disdain on anybody or religion you feel fit to.

    -m.
    Not true. The bible talks about hypocrisy not judgement. In fact, it states that a spirtual man judgeth all things.
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    06 Oct '11 06:56
    Originally posted by tomtom232
    Not true. The bible talks about hypocrisy not judgement. In fact, it states that a spirtual man judgeth all things.
    Does that give me licence to judge who I want, how I want and when I want, even if my judgement is wrong?

    -m.
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    06 Oct '11 11:041 edit
    Originally posted by mikelom
    Does that give me licence to judge who I want, how I want and when I want, even if my judgement is wrong?

    -m.
    No, you have no license to do anything. You are not a Christian.

    P.S. Ha, Ha!
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    06 Oct '11 11:09
    Originally posted by tomtom232
    Not true. The bible talks about hypocrisy not judgement. In fact, it states that a spirtual man judgeth all things.
    Matthew 7, verses 1 to 6:

    1 Judge not, that ye be not judged.
    2 For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again. Mk. 4.24
    3 And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?
    4 Or how wilt thou say to thy brother, Let me pull out the mote out of thine eye; and, behold, a beam is in thine own eye?
    5 Thou hypocrite, first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.
    6 Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you.

    Yes it is talking about hypocrisy, but in what way are those verses not talking about judgement as well. Verse one is a direct instruction about judgement.

    --- Penguin.
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