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Question for religious people II
« on: June 06, 2009, 10:12:03 AM »
Assuming there is a "Heaven" and "Hell" (I use quotations as not every religion will refer to it as Heaven and Hell), and assuming that one of the major motivations of religion is to make people better human beings. Why is it that a mass murderer who later turns their life over to Christ (or whichever God is yours) might be admitted into "Heaven" while a person who spends their entire life helping others, never hurting a fly, would not be admitted without becoming part of "the group".  To me that seems a bit contradictory to the message that many religions try to push.  That idea doesn't urge people to be better people, it teaches them that they can get away with murder...as long as God is in their life.

One more question. If in order to get into "Heaven", you must ask for forgiveness and turn your life over to whichever God it is you worship. What happens to people who are never contacted by the outside world and therefor never introduced to any of these religions? An uncontacted tribe in the middle of a South American jungle would never make it to "Heaven", because they never had the opportunity.
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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2009, 10:55:50 AM »
send your question to:   

someGOD@heaven.com
 

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« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2009, 11:00:16 AM »
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« Reply #3 on: June 06, 2009, 11:52:37 AM »
ive got a question. Assuming the bible and all that is true, this means we came from 2 ppl. So this means we are all inbred, so if thats true why is there inbred within separte families. Shouldnt there be none of that if we technically came from 2 ppl?

i cant seem to get the wording write but i hope what u know what im getting at.
 

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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #4 on: June 06, 2009, 01:40:03 PM »
ive got a question. Assuming the bible and all that is true, this means we came from 2 ppl. So this means we are all inbred, so if thats true why is there inbred within separte families. Shouldnt there be none of that if we technically came from 2 ppl?

i cant seem to get the wording write but i hope what u know what im getting at.
My only guess is that when we started becoming more genetically diverse inbreeding became undesirable. Also I don't think the Bible explicitly says we all came from 2 people, simply that we are all descendants of them. That means God could of created more people who had offspring with Adam and Eve's children, grandchildren, etc.
 

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« Reply #5 on: June 06, 2009, 04:06:30 PM »
ive got a question. Assuming the bible and all that is true, this means we came from 2 ppl.

This guarantees that you are born a sinner and therefor must turn your life over to Christ if you want to be saved...Christianity is great huh?
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« Reply #6 on: June 06, 2009, 04:23:18 PM »
ive got a question. Assuming the bible and all that is true, this means we came from 2 ppl. So this means we are all inbred, so if thats true why is there inbred within separte families. Shouldnt there be none of that if we technically came from 2 ppl?

i cant seem to get the wording write but i hope what u know what im getting at.
My only guess is that when we started becoming more genetically diverse inbreeding became undesirable. Also I don't think the Bible explicitly says we all came from 2 people, simply that we are all descendants of them. That means God could of created more people who had offspring with Adam and Eve's children, grandchildren, etc.

ah i c, never really read to much into it all.

ive got a question. Assuming the bible and all that is true, this means we came from 2 ppl.

This guarantees that you are born a sinner and therefor must turn your life over to Christ if you want to be saved...Christianity is great huh?


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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #7 on: June 06, 2009, 05:06:17 PM »
You could argue, from a Christian standpoint, that the good man not part of the group does get in just fine. Christ said that he came for the sinners not the righteous and that yoiu send a doctor to heal the sick, not the healthy. This means that the sick become healthy through Christ, but the already healthy are just fine the way they are. Thus, they get in anyway.
 

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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #8 on: June 06, 2009, 05:14:15 PM »
You could argue, from a Christian standpoint, that the good man not part of the group does get in just fine. Christ said that he came for the sinners not the righteous and that yoiu send a doctor to heal the sick, not the healthy. This means that the sick become healthy through Christ, but the already healthy are just fine the way they are. Thus, they get in anyway.

That sounds good, but thats not the way its taught and thats not what Christians believe.
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« Reply #9 on: June 06, 2009, 09:19:13 PM »
You could argue, from a Christian standpoint, that the good man not part of the group does get in just fine. Christ said that he came for the sinners not the righteous and that yoiu send a doctor to heal the sick, not the healthy. This means that the sick become healthy through Christ, but the already healthy are just fine the way they are. Thus, they get in anyway.

That sounds good, but thats not the way its taught and thats not what Christians believe.


That's what I believe.
 

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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #10 on: June 06, 2009, 09:48:19 PM »
You could argue, from a Christian standpoint, that the good man not part of the group does get in just fine. Christ said that he came for the sinners not the righteous and that yoiu send a doctor to heal the sick, not the healthy. This means that the sick become healthy through Christ, but the already healthy are just fine the way they are. Thus, they get in anyway.

That sounds good, but thats not the way its taught and thats not what Christians believe.

That's what I believe.

I find it funny how a lot of people call themselves Christians and Catholics and go to church but yet they disagree on what is taught by the heads of their religion. My mom being an example. She's a Catholic but she supports gay marriage and the right to abortion when the Catholic Church is against it. She also doesn't believe in the concept of Hell. I know that a lot of people are in the same situation, yet they still call themselves Christians. Why don't these people just go ahead and call themselves agnostic? Why do they insist on claiming membership of a group who's beliefs aren't in sync with their own?
 

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« Reply #11 on: June 06, 2009, 10:22:01 PM »
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IMO people like that have a much more healthier approach to religion by not taking it so seriously as to feel the need to compulsively align themselves with a religious label that embodies their political views: it is an acknowledgement that the political stance of the religious organization is peripheral to the deeper understanding the organization claims to uphold and the personal belief and understanding that the individual encapsulates in the symbolism of the organization...

....I once went to mass and sat next to a Sikh, and being young and inquistive I asked why he was here and he gave a reply as to the effect of 'its all the same'. That shit blew my mind open. BOOM! Epiphany.



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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #12 on: June 06, 2009, 10:40:05 PM »
You could argue, from a Christian standpoint, that the good man not part of the group does get in just fine. Christ said that he came for the sinners not the righteous and that yoiu send a doctor to heal the sick, not the healthy. This means that the sick become healthy through Christ, but the already healthy are just fine the way they are. Thus, they get in anyway.

That sounds good, but thats not the way its taught and thats not what Christians believe.

That's what I believe.

I find it funny how a lot of people call themselves Christians and Catholics and go to church but yet they disagree on what is taught by the heads of their religion. My mom being an example. She's a Catholic but she supports gay marriage and the right to abortion when the Catholic Church is against it. She also doesn't believe in the concept of Hell. I know that a lot of people are in the same situation, yet they still call themselves Christians. Why don't these people just go ahead and call themselves agnostic? Why do they insist on claiming membership of a group who's beliefs aren't in sync with their own?


The head of my Church is Jesus and I believe in what he had to say. That takes precidence over anything any high priest, pope or patriarch has to say as far as I'm concerned. So I'd never call myself agnostic.

Don't know what your mother's reasons are but politically I don't want a ban on abortion because all it would do is drive it underground. Until we have an alternative to it, (like ectogenesis), it has to stay. I am also a strong believer in the complete separation of Church and State. So absolutely disagree with Gay marriage being made legal or a State issue. Much like I am against straight marriage in the same regard.

 

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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #13 on: June 07, 2009, 01:54:35 AM »
If heaven was really that great and people were so sure it existed, they would kill themselves. Of course, they don;t because they doubt their belief in a heaven.
 

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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #14 on: June 07, 2009, 03:56:38 AM »
I find it funny how a lot of people call themselves Christians and Catholics
Catholics are Christians u dumb fuck. Suck dick &  lol @ u trying to kick knowledge. Anything u said is null and voided, u dummy
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« Reply #15 on: June 07, 2009, 06:48:56 AM »
If heaven was really that great and people were so sure it existed, they would kill themselves. Of course, they don;t because they doubt their belief in a heaven.


It's called faith for a reason. If it was certainty there would no other religions but the one you can prove.

P.S. I guess those suicide bombers are more certain than any of the rest of us.
 

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« Reply #16 on: June 07, 2009, 08:32:58 AM »
If heaven was really that great and people were so sure it existed, they would kill themselves. Of course, they don;t because they doubt their belief in a heaven.
suicide is a capitol sin.

capitol sins=no heaven
 

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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #17 on: June 07, 2009, 10:05:31 AM »
If heaven was really that great and people were so sure it existed, they would kill themselves. Of course, they don;t because they doubt their belief in a heaven.
suicide is a capitol sin.

capitol sins=no heaven

Its so genius! lol  Convince people there is this wonderful place where we go when we die...only one way to get there. Join the cult.  Unfortunately, we are all sinners...so none of us will be able to go unless we join the cult.  But, as great as this place is....do NOT kill yourself to get there, or you will not be admitted. Instead, keep sending your money...
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« Reply #18 on: June 07, 2009, 10:10:42 AM »
If heaven was really that great and people were so sure it existed, they would kill themselves. Of course, they don;t because they doubt their belief in a heaven.
suicide is a capitol sin.

capitol sins=no heaven

Its so genius! lol  Convince people there is this wonderful place where we go when we die...only one way to get there. Join the cult.  Unfortunately, we are all sinners...so none of us will be able to go unless we join the cult.  But, as great as this place is....do NOT kill yourself to get there, or you will not be admitted. Instead, keep sending your money...
it so is.
 

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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #19 on: June 07, 2009, 10:12:53 AM »
If heaven was really that great and people were so sure it existed, they would kill themselves. Of course, they don;t because they doubt their belief in a heaven.
suicide is a capitol sin.

capitol sins=no heaven

Its so genius! lol  Convince people there is this wonderful place where we go when we die...only one way to get there. Join the cult.  Unfortunately, we are all sinners...so none of us will be able to go unless we join the cult.  But, as great as this place is....do NOT kill yourself to get there, or you will not be admitted. Instead, keep sending your money...
it so is.

Thats it....im starting my own religion and opening a church. Guaranteed money maker...like a casino.
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« Reply #20 on: June 07, 2009, 10:21:44 AM »
If heaven was really that great and people were so sure it existed, they would kill themselves. Of course, they don;t because they doubt their belief in a heaven.
suicide is a capitol sin.

capitol sins=no heaven

Its so genius! lol  Convince people there is this wonderful place where we go when we die...only one way to get there. Join the cult.  Unfortunately, we are all sinners...so none of us will be able to go unless we join the cult.  But, as great as this place is....do NOT kill yourself to get there, or you will not be admitted. Instead, keep sending your money...
it so is.

Thats it....im starting my own religion and opening a church. Guaranteed money maker...like a casino.
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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #21 on: June 07, 2009, 02:04:36 PM »
If heaven was really that great and people were so sure it existed, they would kill themselves. Of course, they don;t because they doubt their belief in a heaven.
suicide is a capitol sin.

capitol sins=no heaven

Its so genius! lol  Convince people there is this wonderful place where we go when we die...only one way to get there. Join the cult.  Unfortunately, we are all sinners...so none of us will be able to go unless we join the cult.  But, as great as this place is....do NOT kill yourself to get there, or you will not be admitted. Instead, keep sending your money...
it so is.

Thats it....im starting my own religion and opening a church. Guaranteed money maker...like a casino.
My uncle told me about this guy he knew that ran a church. Actually, he owned 2 or 3 of them. He'd do his thing on Sundays, took everyone's money and lived the good life. He was convincing my uncle to get in on it because it was so lucrative. He's rolling in a Benz, living in a beautiful home and all off of tax-free money. Whenever anyone questioned him, he just told them that God blessed him.

He got to sleep with a bunch of the women going to his church because they all looked up to him and came to him for marriage advice. He just fucked them and told them not to tell their husbands.

Quite possibly the greatest job ever if you have no regard or concern for people whatsoever lol.
 

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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #22 on: June 07, 2009, 02:06:37 PM »
If heaven was really that great and people were so sure it existed, they would kill themselves. Of course, they don;t because they doubt their belief in a heaven.


It's called faith for a reason. If it was certainty there would no other religions but the one you can prove.

P.S. I guess those suicide bombers are more certain than any of the rest of us.
Yes, they are more certain.

Deeds, not words as the Bible would say.
 

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Re: Question for religious people II
« Reply #23 on: June 07, 2009, 02:31:52 PM »
If heaven was really that great and people were so sure it existed, they would kill themselves. Of course, they don;t because they doubt their belief in a heaven.
suicide is a capitol sin.

capitol sins=no heaven

Its so genius! lol  Convince people there is this wonderful place where we go when we die...only one way to get there. Join the cult.  Unfortunately, we are all sinners...so none of us will be able to go unless we join the cult.  But, as great as this place is....do NOT kill yourself to get there, or you will not be admitted. Instead, keep sending your money...
it so is.

Thats it....im starting my own religion and opening a church. Guaranteed money maker...like a casino.
My uncle told me about this guy he knew that ran a church. Actually, he owned 2 or 3 of them. He'd do his thing on Sundays, took everyone's money and lived the good life. He was convincing my uncle to get in on it because it was so lucrative. He's rolling in a Benz, living in a beautiful home and all off of tax-free money. Whenever anyone questioned him, he just told them that God blessed him.

He got to sleep with a bunch of the women going to his church because they all looked up to him and came to him for marriage advice. He just fucked them and told them not to tell their husbands.

Quite possibly the greatest job ever if you have no regard or concern for people whatsoever lol.

Which I dont lol

Yeah, i had this friend tellin me about her grandparents who are members of this church in North Carolina.  The guy who ran the church, also owned the adjacent housing community for church members.  Thing is, in order to live in the community you had to be a member of the church, and members of the church were urged to live in the housing community. So now he was earning money off of their donations at church, and as well being their landlord.  But the place was basically a wreck, when people would have issues with their unit...he would tell them to pray about it instead of fixing it lol
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« Reply #24 on: June 07, 2009, 11:04:32 PM »
I find it funny how a lot of people call themselves Christians and Catholics
Catholics are Christians u dumb fuck. Suck dick &  lol @ u trying to kick knowledge. Anything u said is null and voided, u dummy

they are different. Being Christian means you believe in Christ. Catholic is a speciific church. Lol @ you catching feelings over something I said.