• god must be atheist
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    Yes... you gotta love a religion that sends untold millions to burn in hell fire for ever and ever experiencing the most excruciating pain without a let-up even for a minute, and to last for all eternity. You can't get any more loving than that. Hitler, with his krematoria and experimentation on living humans and starving and torturing millions was not a true Christian... precisely because Hitler could not even come close to the effective horror Jesus will hand out on Judgment Day to billions of people.

    Yeah, Hippyhead, talk about love of the Christian religion... Jesus is and will be his own Anti-Christ.

    (Slam dunk! Gotcha!!)
  • Outlander
    609
    Are we still acting like this is anything other than a religion-in-general thread that would apply equally to all religions across the board?

    Haven't followed the recent arguments but has there been any refuting of my post on this thread earlier as of yet?

    Who could say, @god must be atheist .. perhaps God sent angels to dampen the flames and instill values and hope to all who will listen, to the incalculable fury of those who were chosen to oversee the punishment of the damned. Even the stoic patience of an eternal being could grow thin one might imagine.
  • god must be atheist
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    perhaps God sent angels to dampen the flames and instill values and hope to all who will listen, to the incalculable fury of those who were chosen to oversee the punishment of the damned. Even the stoic patience of an eternal being could grow thin one might imagine.Outlander

    Even if this is true... what you imagine... it does not refute the truth in the Bible that indicates that God and Jesus Christ are two fucking horribly sadistic evil bastards. Well, bastard, that's only Jesus.
  • FrankGSterleJr
    10
    I often wonder how many potential Christians have felt repelled from the faith altogether due to the vocal angry-God-condemnation brand of the faith?
    Biblical interpretations aside, perhaps God didn’t require the immense bodily suffering by God’s own incarnation in place of that sustained by a sinful humankind as justice/payment for all sin. Might God have become pacifistically turn-the-other-cheek incarnate, performed numerous unmistakable miracles before experiencing a brutal death, followed by his resurrection—all to prove there really was hope for all? Maybe Jesus—who may have had a great sense of humour—didn’t die FOR humans as payment for our sins (the greatest mostly resulting from unchecked testosterone rushes), but rather his vicious murder occurred BECAUSE of humans’ seriously flawed nature; and due to his not behaving in accordance to corrupted human conduct, particularly he was nowhere near to being the blood-thirsty vengeful behemoth so many wanted or needed—and so many Christians still do to this day—their savior to be and therefore believed he’d have to be?
    Our collective human need for retributive ‘justice’—regardless of Christ (and great spiritual leaders) having emphasized unconditional forgiveness—may be intrinsically linked to the same unfortunate morally-flawed aspect of humankind that enables the most horrible acts of violent cruelty to readily occur on this planet. Thus, we may be making God’s nature in OUR own vengeful image.
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