reply to post by Oceanborn
Supporting evidence which are not from the source of the religion we're talking about.
Who said the other points had to be? This thread is not
about Christianity. Don't get things twisted.I can use any supporting evidence I
choose to, as long as it is indeed truthful. Another point I would like to make is
Should we start taking into account movies too? Of course not.
Well, why not? I know a lot of movies that have factual evidence in them. Should I not be able to bring that up? Seems like you are extremely caught
up in removing everything but the NT from the equation, which is not the case or the point.
I was talking about people who adopt stereotypes,not the ones who make them.
Cool beans. I'm not being mean; I'm just saying it's a little hard to have a proper discussion or debate when you only want to look at the evidence
that you choose.
So what Christ said is just my imagination?
I would daresay it was probably somebody else imagination, and not your own. Mind showing me a video where you witnessed Christ saying these things,
or are you just taking it on the faith of what your 'Kings' said?
The OT is included where? Christianity?
Are you being purposely obtuse? No, not Christianity...The OT is included in the BIBLE
It is mentioned by some Christians,it can be read by Christians but not followed. That would go against their own religion.
Now I'm not sure whether you are religiously trolling or still being obtuse...Well now that you want to keep bandying about 'Christians', let's do a
grammar and history lesson, shall we? Jesus name was not Jesus, namely because the letter J did not even exist in the Hebrew alphabet. Neither was it
Christ. Christ comes from the Greek, Christos. Now if we follow this back even further to Sanskrit, which predates Hebrew and Greek(I believe?), the
word is Krista. Now, do you know what Krista is? It was the name used to address Krisnha in prayers.
And I will also leave you this little link here, about all the fascinating parallel's between Latin, Greek, and Sanskrit. By the way, it's a .edu, so
I am sure you will love it!
No,Christians don't follow the bible,they follow Christ. I've said this over and over again.
And it has sounded entirely devoid of logic, each and every time you have said it. You are about to eat your love for the NT....Listen carefully...
The words of Christ are where? Written in the books of the NT. Where is the NT at? It's in the Bible, right after this section called the OT. You can
twist your words any which way you like. Christians read the bible, so therefore you will accept the WHOLE bible in this argument.
That would go against their own religion.
Wouldn't worshiping a pagan winter solstice ritual, using the name of a Hindu deity as their savior, and concluding prayers with the word Amen, as in
Amen-Ra; go against their religion as well? Just checking....
The eye not only is not mentioned as a tool
If I had to most definitely say anything was a tool, I think I would have to start with you....Dude come on...You need to 'think' a little bit, or
else this discussion is going to get nowhere.....Remember what we said about common sense? Well, you need to use it here. The Bible talks about 'the
eye', well guess what you only have one 'single' eye, you would not refer to your plural eyes in the singular; or does that go back to Genesis, and
God talking to himself in pluralities again? Well guess what, we know what the only single eye is, and that's the Pineal, hence the 'Third Eye',
because it doesn't have a mate to it.
Some translations say single and some others don't and by reading 22 and 23 together we see
Who is this we stuff? More singular nouns talking about themselves in plurality again? I think there was this one time this happened, it's a Jesus
story, so I'm sure you will love it; he happened upon a man who spoke in the plurality like that too. Turns out this dude was possessed by a legion of
demons; and oh boy was Jesus not having that #, so he took the demons and cast them into 2000 or so random pigs that just happened to be nearby. Then,
they mysteriously ran out into the water and drown themselves....Sounds like a lovely story...
it's not talking about what you want it to talk.
Wrong again, it's not talking about what you want it to mean. I mean gosh! Anything that brings your religion closer to the mystery teachings must be
denied at all costs right? I mean, let's just exclude the possibility, that they are one and the same, and certain stuff is being withheld from us by
Satan, because he doesn't want us to be more spiritually progressed....How would you control people who can move mountains?
I did and you can't undone it no matter how hard you try.
No, in reality what you have done, is accuse someone of attempting to mislead people because you don't like what they say; and then say you aren't
accusing them in a kind of
Prejudice"- your opinion,it's not backed up by anything factual and if anything,in page 5 I gave you a chance to think again but you said that you
have researched etc. So I even gave you the benefit of the doubt while I shouldn't.
Read the above....You are indeed being prejudice. You are saying I'm being deceptive and dishonest, because your opinions don't agree with my
opinions, and you are using that prejudice of your religion is better than all, to make me out as some sort of con-man demon. Your religion,
Christianity, is prejudice against anything that doesn't involve bowing a knee to their God...God's don't demand worship, tyrants do.
You gave me the benefit of the doubt? Oh boy,
Once again, you are letting your pre-conceived ideals, the lens of Christianity, prejudice the
discussion we are having, because Christianity takes this to be 'work of the Devil', do tell me how he created the Eye in us, and the
Melatonin/Circadian rhythm's, and just maybe, maybe we will get somewhere in the light of your viewpoint. But if that narrative involves using demons
to play dress up as ET's and manipulate our DNA, etc,etc, you can save it. Mkay?
When did I call you a "general of Satan's army"? More lies.
Remember what I said about beating around the bush? Again, you have to resort to calling me a liar in an attempt to discredit me, but that is okay. I
wouldn't expect any less from a 'Krishnan'.
Common sense and observation.
Please. Tell me more about how you have used them...
You want a reply from Genesis or you're just fooling around as usual? I thought you know your OT.
I wasn't aware that "Krishnans' or 'Christians' read the OT? I thought that was all null and void, remember? I would like a common sense reply, but
of course you can't give me one of those. Think chicken and the egg paradox.
"Beat around the bush"? I'm always going straight to the point. You said that before but I'm not talking about your opinions,I'm talking about what
you posted and how you posted it
Oh, but is what I posted not my opinions?
What is deceptive though, is trying to damage my image by not only accusing me of being a liar, but
purposely 'misquoting', and attempting to deceive people, simply because you either don't like what I say, or it doesn't agree with your pre-conceived
notions of your own religion. Either way it's your choice.
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