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  • Re: Video of Floyd Mayweather’s Daughter Getting Jumped at School

    Damn the bitch got her ass kicked, ouch
    gnsA Talented OneKLICHEYoung Stef
  • Re: Grand Jury’s Decision on Eric Garner Case Imminent.. Update: No Indictment.. SMDH...

    AggyAF wrote: »
    99% of yall are christians because a slave master forced you too. #factualfact

    Very true.....the Bible god is an evil demonic figure that supports slavery, how the flying fuck a Black person can convince themselves to be Christian is beyond me. Fuck the Bible god and fuck the piece of shit, slavery supporting Bible too. The Bible god can suck my dick
  • Re: Topless Feminists Simulate Anal Sex With A Crucifix In Front Of The Vatican

    Freaky bitches who also hate religion?? NICE.....just my type.
  • Re: Iraqi troops suffer mass slaughter one mile from Baghdad: the general ISIS Chat thread

    zombie wrote: »

    LMAO well I'd post up the many passages the Bible has that support evil, forced labor and brutality (words Jesus said as the Old Testament god according to you and DOU) but I'd rather not, I'm in too good a mood to post up such disgraceful and disgusting things.

    Remember, you admitted Jesus IS the Old Testament god, so by definition, people CAN blame your Bible god for much of the evil and destruction that it has encouraged historically. And smh at you saying "no one is innocent", that includes little children who often don't know any better? Lol, Francisco Pizarro and other die hard Christians of the past would love you. You would have made a very good slave to them.

    You posted up things you did not understand and gave your opinion on a wider teaching based on a few verses if i felt it would do any good i would go through all those verse with you and show you why you are wrong but frankly i know you would just ignore it because you a very ignorant person.

    You think you know what you are talking about but you more times than not don't have a clue and that goes for more than just religious topics.

    Hilarious! You call me ignorant but it seems I know the Bible and your Abrahamic god better then you do. Just because you are ashamed of the evil and disgusting words of the Bible doesn't make what I say any less true. The Old Testament god aka Jesus transformed into evil slaver mode DOES encourage the stealing of land from the natives and the murder and genocide of those who believe in different gods and religions compared to the one god of Judaism. You say those rules of land stealing and slavery were just for the Israelites but Jesus HIMSELF said the Old Testament rules MUST be followed and obeyed, along with the older prophets. You are ASHAMED that Jesus NEVER told people to disavow the Old Testament, and that's okay. But people hip to the Bible, including former religious people like Bill Maher, seem to know the Bible much better then you do. Read your book again homeboy.
  • Re: Bible prophecy

    vitoria wrote: »
    Some 2,000 years ago, the Bible foretold that the world’s troubles would climax in “the conclusion of the system of things.” (Matthew 24:3) This does not mean “the end of the world” as people fear it. Rather, the Bible describes a pattern of events and attitudes, or a sign, that would occur during a time period called “the last days.” (2 Timothy 3:1) Jesus told his followers that when they saw “these things occurring,” relief would soon follow. (Luke 21:31) Consider some of the prophecies that mark our time as unique.
    Prophecy 1:

    “Nation will rise against nation.”—Matthew 24:7.

    Fulfillment: In the early years of the 20th century, many were expecting continued peace. The start of World War I shocked the world and began an era of unprecedented warfare. As the Bible book of Revelation foretold, peace was taken “away from the earth so that they [mankind] should slaughter one another.”—Revelation 6:4.

    What the evidence reveals:

    “The outbreak of the First World War in 1914 still seems to mark the end of an era and the beginning of a new one.”—The Origins of the First World War, published in 1992.

    Although the catastrophic death toll of World War I cannot be precisely determined, one encyclopedia estimates that military deaths alone totaled 8,500,000.
    World War II was far more deadly, with figures varying from some 35 million to 60 million soldiers and civilians killed.
    Between the end of the second world war and 2010, there were 246 armed conflicts in 151 locations worldwide.

    Prophecy 2:

    “There will be food shortages.”—Matthew 24:7

    Fulfillment: Famine caused more than 70 million deaths in the 20th century and continues to be a global problem.

    What the evidence reveals:

    According to the United Nations, hunger is the world’s greatest health risk, and 1 in 7 people worldwide currently do not have enough to eat.
    “Today’s food shortages are not the result of one-time, weather-driven crop failures but rather of four critical long-term trends: rapid population growth, loss of topsoil, spreading water shortages and rising temperatures.”—Scientific American.

    Prophecy 3:

    “There will be great earthquakes.”—Luke 21:11.

    Fulfillment: Because more people live in earthquake-prone areas, the number of lives lost or disrupted as a result of earthquakes has sharply increased.

    What the evidence reveals:

    The World Disasters Report 2010 says: “Of all large disasters, seismic events have killed the greatest number of people in recent years.”
    Each year, from 1970 to 2001, there was an average of 19 earthquake disasters * reported, with an average death toll of 19,547. In the ten years before 2012, the average increased to 28 earthquake disasters per year, with an average death toll of 67,954.

    Prophecy 4:

    “In one place after another pestilences.”—Luke 21:11.

    Fulfillment: Despite medical advances, millions still die each year as a result of infectious diseases. International travel and the world’s growing urban population have increased the likelihood that disease outbreaks will spread rapidly.

    What the evidence reveals:

    Smallpox killed an estimated 300 million to 500 million people in the 20th century.
    The Worldwatch Institute reports that during the past three decades, “more than thirty previously unrecognized diseases such as Ebola, HIV, Hantavirus, and SARS have emerged as new threats.”
    The World Health Organization has warned of the rise of drug-resistant germs, saying: “The world is heading towards a post-antibiotic era, in which many common infections will no longer have a cure and, once again, [will] kill unabated.”

    Prophecy 5:

    People will “betray one another and will hate one another. . . . The love of the greater number will cool off.”—Matthew 24:10, 12

    Fulfillment: Hate-fueled genocide has claimed the lives of millions. In numerous countries, armed conflicts and crime have led to cycles of increasing fear and violence.

    What the evidence reveals:

    The Nazi regime killed six million Jews and millions of others. Regarding the reaction of ordinary citizens, author Zygmunt Bauman observes: “Mass destruction was accompanied not by the uproar of emotions, but the dead silence of unconcern.”
    According to BBC News, it is estimated that some 800,000 Tutsi and moderate Hutu were killed within just a few months. One researcher estimates that some 200,000 people participated in the mass murder.
    Each year, more than 740,000 people die as a result of crime and armed conflict.

    Prophecy 6:

    “Men will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, . . . having no natural affection.”—2 Timothy 3:2, 3

    Fulfillment: Our era is one of greed and a lack of moral restraint. Such attitudes have fostered numerous social problems.

    What the evidence reveals:

    A UNICEF UK report on child welfare says that parents and children in the United Kingdom “seemed to be locked into a compulsive consumption cycle.” Families buy material goods “in an attempt to compensate for relationship problems and social insecurity.”

    - An estimated 275 million children worldwide are exposed to domestic violence in the home.

    - “In the United States alone, over 500,000 older adults are believed to be abused or neglected each year.”—Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    The problem with all this is that there have ALWAYS been problems like this.....everything you mentioned happened in Jesus' time and for thousands of years afterwards. Nothing has changed, and the same problems will exist in different ways another thousand years from now (if we survive that long)
    DR. JEK