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What if on May 21st, 2011, "Christ" does "return"?

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posted on May, 13 2011 @ 12:17 PM
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Originally posted by SaberTruth

Originally posted by simonsayz i don't get how people believe in a story told thousands years ago

i mean i debated with a lot of christians and they all give me the weirdest answers when i go along with their stories and then ask them questions

thats the turning point for me...when it comes to God, logic gets thrown out of the window

I know the feeling. I don't get how people believe stories made up a hundred years ago about one-off events a bazillion years ago happened. I've debated a lot of them and they too give me the most laughable responses when I go along with their "just so" stories and ask them questions.

People are funny.


What events ?

Whats a 'bazillion years ' ?




posted on May, 13 2011 @ 12:28 PM
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im having a hard time grasping on your view...
do you believe in God or no?

cuz your last post asking what event and such...you are taking his context to literal or maybe you're just responding in a sarcastic way?



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 02:01 PM
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Originally posted by simonsayz
reply to post by leejohnbarnes
 


im having a hard time grasping on your view...
do you believe in God or no?

cuz your last post asking what event and such...you are taking his context to literal or maybe you're just responding in a sarcastic way?


I think it was the "one off events a bazillion years ago". Even I'm confused by that and I'm an agnostic.

The Jesus Christ story was based on an old Greek fable, that's the only thing I can recall right now but the rest of the Bible stories.....which ones were based on real events now?



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 03:52 PM
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reply to post by itscocobaby
 


Very well put, they also don't believe or read their "OWN" book either.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 04:25 PM
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Dear SonicInfinity (like the username),

If you believe in the New Testament then you would might consider what it says in Revelations about deception. In the final days even the elect would be deceived if that were possible. It says there will be false prophets (plenty of those around) and that they will deceive the sheep, plenty of that going on.There was an article I read today about how Russian billionaires are building underground bunkers to save them in the event of whatever they choose to be afraid of.

The "Powers that be" are anxious and afraid because they don't know what is going on either. I believe that after 2012 people will not listen to people telling the end times are near anymoe because of all the false predictions. That is the read deception.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 07:36 PM
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There are no prophesies yet to be fulfilled before the rapture. The Tribulation will have to occur before the Second Coming of Christ to the earth



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 07:37 PM
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reply to post by AQuestion
 


You are talking about the anti-Christ kingdom actually. Globalism. One language.

It won't work.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 07:43 PM
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Originally posted by curious7

Originally posted by simonsayz
reply to post by leejohnbarnes
 


im having a hard time grasping on your view...
do you believe in God or no?

cuz your last post asking what event and such...you are taking his context to literal or maybe you're just responding in a sarcastic way?


I think it was the "one off events a bazillion years ago". Even I'm confused by that and I'm an agnostic.

The Jesus Christ story was based on an old Greek fable, that's the only thing I can recall right now but the rest of the Bible stories.....which ones were based on real events now?


The whole Bible is true. It is not only historical, and even at times poetic, but it is also prophetic.

It predicts the future. We can trust what it says about the past, because we have seen so many prophesies come true to the "T"

The Jesus "story" is the most historically validated account on the planet. The entire Bible is credible. Not only is it internally consistent, it is externally verified, by secular historians as well as archeological evidence.

Jesus really died for you and then rose again. Believe on Him and you will be saved. Get a Bible and read it. Pray and ask Him to forgive you and save you.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 07:43 PM
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Originally posted by JoanahLee
reply to post by AQuestion
 


You are talking about the anti-Christ kingdom actually. Globalism. One language.

It won't work.


No, it won't work in the long run. People will be deceived and are, the conspiracy people see is not the real conspiracy. That is just the human deception.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 07:48 PM
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Originally posted by leejohnbarnes

Originally posted by SaberTruth

Originally posted by simonsayz i don't get how people believe in a story told thousands years ago

i mean i debated with a lot of christians and they all give me the weirdest answers when i go along with their stories and then ask them questions

thats the turning point for me...when it comes to God, logic gets thrown out of the window

I know the feeling. I don't get how people believe stories made up a hundred years ago about one-off events a bazillion years ago happened. I've debated a lot of them and they too give me the most laughable responses when I go along with their "just so" stories and ask them questions.

People are funny.



Well, maybe that is because they weren't prepared to answer your questions. That doesn't mean that they are wrong or that they do not know the Lord. And that doesn't mean that the answers are not out there. I would love to answer any questions you might have.

But the truth is, that if you have the time to be here on this website talking about conspiracy theories and aliens then you have the time and mind to do research yourself. I am sure you have heard the basics of the gospel (Jesus died to forgive your sins, and if you believe on Him and repent you will be saved). So you will be judged for rejecting that, and not taking the time to find out if it is true.

Find people who know what they are talking about, who can answer the common questions that skeptics to the faith have. A good place to start would be Charlie Campbell (www.alwaysbeready.com) or Ravi Zacharias (you can watch his videos on youtube). These men are Christian scholars who teach, answer questions, and even debate for a living.

Good luck.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 08:49 PM
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I'd be happy all these Christian fundamentalist nutjobs are gone.

However there claims old no more water then, "What if THOR returns may 21st?"
edit on 13-5-2011 by ai123 because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 08:51 PM
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Originally posted by JoanahLee

Originally posted by curious7

Originally posted by simonsayz
reply to post by leejohnbarnes
 


im having a hard time grasping on your view...
do you believe in God or no?

cuz your last post asking what event and such...you are taking his context to literal or maybe you're just responding in a sarcastic way?


I think it was the "one off events a bazillion years ago". Even I'm confused by that and I'm an agnostic.

The Jesus Christ story was based on an old Greek fable, that's the only thing I can recall right now but the rest of the Bible stories.....which ones were based on real events now?


The whole Bible is true. It is not only historical, and even at times poetic, but it is also prophetic.

It predicts the future. We can trust what it says about the past, because we have seen so many prophesies come true to the "T"

The Jesus "story" is the most historically validated account on the planet. The entire Bible is credible. Not only is it internally consistent, it is externally verified, by secular historians as well as archeological evidence.

Jesus really died for you and then rose again. Believe on Him and you will be saved. Get a Bible and read it. Pray and ask Him to forgive you and save you.



hahahahahaha this guy has never read a #ing book other then the bible.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 08:56 PM
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Dear ai123,

Nutjobs, I guess looking for answers that you don't agree with makes everyone else stupid. It must be nice to know the truth and not question. Wow, I still question and I am a believer. I never stop questioning because I am imperfect and believe I always will be, no perfection here, glad to read that you found it. What other answers do you know that the rest of us no longer need to question? Which areas should not investigate? You seem to know, save me the time of looking there.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 09:01 PM
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Evidently not. They are always saying we need to be "saved." Saved from what? Their made up Satans and Demons? Their idea of an Afterlife? What? I feel like an alien sometimes, because this kind of rhetoric just doesn't fit in with what I believe, or know to be true, and it just sounds alien to me. And it's always the same tired old thing too, you would think they would think up something fresh, you know, if they deem it necessary to save us. Personally, I do not wish to be saved, except perhaps from them. If Jesus does come back, he is going to be mad as hell.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 09:16 PM
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Dear autowrench,

I don't want to save you and couldn't if I wanted to. As to what we are "saved" from, we are saved from being alone; but, that is a choice that we can make for ourselves. Be open to all possibilities; but, decide for yourself which you can accept and which make sense. Be well.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 10:06 PM
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I agree autowrench, "saved" is a poor term to use.

I prefer "justified".



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 10:12 PM
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Originally posted by itscocobaby
I guess I wont be invited


Tell me though who really is good enough? Do words with out action=salvation?
How can someone say "I'm Saved, I'm forgiven" yet go on live and a life that's anything but Christ like? This is not meant towards every Christian, but in my world actions speak louder than words. I work at being a good person and trying to do whats right..and still if this urban legend comes true (which I doubt) then because I don't believe like the main stream Christians..I wont be attending the party. Cheers coco


Dear itsocobaby,

Everybody is invited, would you come. The New Testament says that invited turn him down and the others choose to come, enjoy the party, Lets get hammered.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 10:39 PM
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If Jesus returns, let's pretend its real and happens on May 21'st...
No more Religious Fanatics!!

Sorry couldn't resist yet again... chuckle



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 10:41 PM
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Dear awareness,

No more fanatics only those who are not and know, the ones you will not listen to.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 10:50 PM
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Ah you mean like you i'm assuming? I'd actually word it differently however..

You: I'm right you're wrong so there pffftttttt. Jesus said so and so did the guys
who invented him!

Me: Um ok whatever it takes to make your creepy religious ego go away, i agree.



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