Church looks at questions for God

If you could ask God any question, what would you ask?
Matt Westerhold
Feb 23, 2013

 

Will I be saved? Does everything really happen for a reason? Are my deceased loved ones doing OK?

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Good 2 B Me

Q: Who made up your story?

John Harville

Did you really speak to Abraham?

Phil Packer

Or, why don't you really exist, when so many people think you do?

Centauri

I would ask God to allow the truth to come forth and the lies of the powers that be to become known to all.

Kilroy

Is Obama the Antichrist?

John Harville

The Antichrist is a fable...

samiam

Wish Obama was only a fable!

John Harville

How Godly of you.

shucks

Here we go!

Atheists on Parade!

QuestionEverything

Atheists should be on parade.... Our intelligence and skepticism opens eyes for indoctrinated masses.

shucks

Ha ha ha!
Sounds like a communist Beldar Conehead.

QuestionEverything

Sheep......

shucks

..... and so are you.

Licorice Schtick

Such inspiring piety. Hypocrites on parade.

John Harville

How can you not believe in something you say doesn't exist?

freethinker1

Excellent comment by Question Everything. I believe that we are ALL atheists. I just believe in one less god than do Christians.

shucks

you + him = nonsense

Cowboy

Why are there so many messed up Catholic priests?

John Harville

Is it to counterbalance all the messed up community church pastors?

reporter54

I would ask God why people think it's okay to be two-faced.

JohnDorian12

I would ask Him, how bad this fallen world has to get before all us believers can live with Him in Heaven. As for the Atheists and those who have decided FOR US that God needs to be taken out of schools out of court houses or any goverment building, YOU are what is wrong with this country. Since the Lord has been phased out of schools, how many school shootings have we had? It actually is your God given right to NOT believe in God, I guess we all just fell out of the sky and landed on Earth....

shucks

JohnDorian12
We still have the Great Tribulation to face.

ladydye_5

I do NOT need god to know right from wrong. I do NOT need god to help my neighbor. I can be a good person with out god. I am NOT what is wrong with the country. I pay my bills, I teach my children respect, I do what I can to help others, I do what I can to make the world a better place. God has NOTHING to do with that. My mother taught me to be a good person. And yes I have the right to believe what I want. My husband fights for that right everyday. He fights everyday for every American to be able to do, say and BELIEVE what they want. I am not a bad person for not believing in your god, but I am pretty sure your god says you are NOT to pass judgement on others either.

Maggdi

Our founding Fathers felt exactly the same way Ladydye.
The whole idea was that there wouldn't be a bureaucracy (made up of fallible humans) deciding what was kosher (forgive the pun). The parables/fables, modern religion or older sect religion, we learn when we are young do not take faith in a higher being to see the logic.
That is not to imply that that same faith is misplaced. It can be a good life salve and help with finding useful direction. If you've found good civil direction there's no room for complaint.
My wonderful Mother used to say that if we would do unto others as I would do for myself it would take care of most of the worlds troubles.

Good 2 B Me

Well said ladydye_5

That is the hypocrcy of Religion. No one HAS to believe in anything, but Too many religious people insist that if you don't believe in what I believe in, you will burn in hell! What kind of junk is that? :)

John Harville

That would be the Chinese egg.

freethinker1

You are entitled to believe in your imaginary friend, but like sex, religion is best practiced quietly in one's home, and our country is better off when it is that way. As far as lack of religion being a supposed cause of more school shootings, I would point out that there are MANY first world countries in which there are NO school shootings and in which a much lower percentage of people believe in God. Violence and Religion always seem to go hand in hand.

John Harville

John Dorian.... tried to let this pass, but just can't. "... who have decided that God needs to be taken out of schools...."
...standing in a garage doesn't make you a car...
The Triune God goes to school everyday in the hearts of believers - and even those who don't realize God's presence. If God has been taken out of schools, etc., it's because "Christian" fail to share God in all you say and do.
Putting a Bible in the classroom or Jesus' picture on the wall, doesnt' put God in school etc.

The Big Dog's back

We have Godwin's law when the conversation turns to Hitler and Nazi's, now we have Big Dog's Law when the conversation turns to blaming Obama for everything. Remember, Big Dog's Law.

shucks

Ok

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thinkagain

Dog’s Law - To err is human, to blame it all on Bush is Obama.

ose56

I'm praying for all of you......

Licorice Schtick

I am saddened by the false piety and schadenfreude of those who declare their prayers for others but in truth feel smugly self-satified that they are holier. They would better pray for their own souls.

shucks

Twisted.

John Harville

If two identical people (for discussion's sake) have the same identical illness and all other things are equal except that 100 people pay for the one and there is no one to pray for the other....

Does God choose to heal the '100' and let the 'one' perish?

Prayer is comfort for the the one who prays and the one for whom prayer is offered.

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DEEPsix

Interesting you guys ask this question of all days... Tonite, actually 18 minutes ago, the Holiday of PURIM started... Sundown tonite thru sundown tomorrow, is the actual day that ESTHER - yes the Esther from the Book of Esther - occured over 2000 years ago.
Read the Book of Esther tomorrow, teach it to your children, and you'll know what God really means. Esther faced death, saved a whole race, and destroyed the most evil of people. The evil "Haman"....
Esther was the strongest of woman, and of people, so learn what her story means today.

HAPPY PURIM, Good Yom Tov to my Jewish friends.

John Harville

haddassah... YET ANOTHER interfaith marriage...

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DEEPsix

Yes that was her real name, but, NO IT WASN'T AN INTERfaith marraige as you state. Actually King X was a pagan. Esther taught the King that there actually was ONE G-d.

John Harville

Where DO you get this stuff DEEPsix? Pagan just means he didn't believe in Esther's Yhwh but in Zoroastrianism. Sunworshipers are considered pagans by Christians. The Maya were considered pagans - though they had an extensive religion.
Jews definitely considered the Romans to be pagans.

reporter54

When you all find out we're just a weird alien experiment, what you gonna say then? I do believe in God and in reincarnation. We are here to learn various lessons and return several times until we get it right. There is no hell, except those chosen by your soul here on earth. The bible, unfortunately, does not have all the answers, is contradictory, purports violence against women and then there's the passages concerning homosexuals which you can take in various ways (as goes with many bible passages). The whole bible was not written by God or Jesus. Much of it depends on interpretation and even scholars aren't sure.

reporter54

When you all find out we're just a weird alien experiment, what you gonna say then? I do believe in God and in reincarnation. We are here to learn various lessons and return several times until we get it right. There is no hell, except those chosen by your soul here on earth. The bible, unfortunately, does not have all the answers, is contradictory, purports violence against women and then there's the passages concerning homosexuals which you can take in various ways (as goes with many bible passages). The whole bible was not written by God or Jesus. Much of it depends on interpretation and even scholars aren't sure.

Licorice Schtick

Dear God, people who think starlight that took millions of years to get here was created just 7000 years ago, want to rule mankind in your name. Is there hope for us?

Good 2 B Me

NICE!

Don't forget that if you disagree in MOST Gods, you should be killed in their name! Yeah, that's cool too.

queenjhb

People created [God] because facing the fact that this is all there is, is too difficult, loved ones will never be seen again[after death] to control the actions of others [ god ,s rules for life] Yes, you can be a good moral person w/out a [God] perhaps choosing good w/out fear of God is more noble . You can have love,empathy,trust and justice w/ out God. Godspeed,godbless, and blessed be to all.

Good 2 B Me

Absolutely!

freethinker1

I agree 100% with Queen. It is true that we can live moral lives without the Bible. The 10 commandments are more striking for what they DO NOT mandate. Several of them are basically an insecure god demanding allegiance, but nothing outlawing slavery, nothing about treating everyone with respect (including women, gays and minorities) and nothing against child abuse?

John Harville

My question: Did you speak to Abraham? SERIOUSLY. Because we only have his word for it.

John Harville

Another question: Did you seriously tell Abraham to choose Isaac over his firstborn Ishmael?
And Another: Since Jacob/Israel stole his older brother's birthright and had children by four women - including sisterwives - why did you set him up as the head of the church?

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thinkagain

From the beginning the human mind has grown in experience and knowledge, from the simplest understanding of its surrounding universe, to an ever increasing understanding. The minds of this time have a vast array of scientific instruments to pursue questions ranging from the inner mechanisms of atomic particles and DNA molecules to the stars at the edge of the universe. It is this pursuit of concentrated thought and energies that will one day have man a total comprehension of the physical reality which has surrounded him from the beginning. He will stare face to face with the universe and understand all its intricacies.

At that point man will have only one question remaining to be answered. Why? Why this cosmic existence is here and more importantly why am I here. What am I, only a branch off the root of the Big Bang? We are also capable of understanding the beauty of Creation. If the human mind is alone in this ability, I can assume this universe is here for my benefit, perhaps only for me to enjoy.

Having struggled and climbed to the pinnacle of knowledge, we can only ask, what is the meaning of Life?

luvblues2

Agreed thinkagain. Only one question. Why?

freethinker1

The meaning of life can be found intrinsically. You dont need anything or anyone else to define your own self worth. I challenge each of us to stand on our own two feet, and live this life to the fullest, because it's the only one we are each going to have. There is no afterlife, although I can certainly understand people's need to believe that they will somehow see their loved ones for all eternity. Nobody wants to believe that when you die, that's it. I think, deep down, we all know the truth. Otherwise, people wouldn't go out of their way to AVOID death. If the afterlife is this place of perfection and love, why do Christians look both ways when they cross the street, and why do they wear seats belts. Furthermore, churches with lightning rods on top are another obvious example of the faithful not having much faith in their beliefs....

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thinkagain

Freethinker1 has solved the riddle of the meaning of life that has perplexed philosophers through the ages.

Once and for all Gods hidden purpose for creating man in His image is finally revealed!

“God created this cosmic existence just so man could walk out into traffic.”

Boy oh boy, who’da thunk it?

John Harville

And my big one: Several persons in your Grace Community have 'souls on ice' - in-vitro embryos languishing in labs somewhere because their parents made a 'choice' to implant only some and now don't know what to do with the remaining children. 1. Do they have souls? 2. Are these parents 'pro-choice' even though they claim to be pro-life?

donutshopguy

Why do you let people kill other human beings in your name? Most wars or other conflicts over the centuries have been over religion.

grandmasgirl

I am just glad that I believe in a God. I believe that this world would really be bad off if more people did not believe. I do wonder if those people who do not believe had parents that also did not believe or if something happened to make them not believe. My question to God would be "why have so many forsaken you?"

ladydye_5

My mother believed. My mother also had issues with the Catholic church and the CONSTANT begging of money. She had issues when the priest and nun came to our house to tell her she was a bad mother for allowing my brother and I to believe SCIENCE and question the Catholic Church teachings. She raised me to read, learn, be independent and to make my own choices. As a teenager/young adult I read MANY MANY books on religion. ALL religions. I thank my lucky stars everyday my mother gave me options in life and gave me a mind of my own to think for myself.

freethinker1

For the same reason I no longer believe in the easter bunny, tooth fairy and Santa claus. Because it's been documented that the Jesus myth was stolen from about ten older religions. Because I will take critical thinking skills and science over unsubtantiated faith any day of the week. As Chris Hitchens often said, "extraordinary claims such as the resurrection and virgin birth require extraordinary evidence".

happyfeet64

I was raised in an evangelical church, was baptized at 15 and believed in God for a long time. Thru the years I have studied numerous religions. I have come to the conclusion that there is an energy that we put names to. It can be used for positive or negative. The same can be used for healing,serenity and peace or it can be used for hatred and murder. What I live by and what I've taught my children is basically what ever you put out comes back 3fold. I identify myself as Wiccan because I believe everything is connected and here for a purpose.I do not ever discount the idea of a christian God the same as I do not discount other religions. They are here for us to realize that everything we do has a reaction to the action. Why would I be so arrogant as to tell someone what they believe and live by is wrong? That is not my purpose while I am here. Just saying.

starryeyes83

Dear Father / Mother God, ( if you're there)

Is it true that the Bible was made up in the Catholic church to scare the hell out of everyone in order to control them? Is it true the Jesus' story is modeled after the Egyptian story of Horus (?) and pre-dates it by some 10,000 years earlier?

Why do most of the people who claim to be "Christian" look down their noses to people who are not in the same income bracket as they are? I know of a few. Why are they two- faced ? They have one face in public and another in their personal lives where they just love to put down and condenscend to family members they claim to love. And yet, they NEVER do anything wrong , it's always someone else's fault and negativity - all the while they just keep bashing people?

If that is today's definition of a so called "Christian".... I'm so glad I'm not one. For I do not believe in organized religion and most of the crooks who run the shows.

I do believe in a higher power. And hope one day to find out what all it entails. I don't need a book or someone on a pulpit or to sit in a church to tell me how to live my life or what's right and wrong.

And I certainly don't believe in having to Pay to Pray!!!

Enough said.

;] ;]

luvblues2

Like.

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DEEPsix

The OLD TESTAMENT IS THE WORD OF G-D....

starryeyes83

Prove it. I want tangible proof.

freethinker1

Love starry's post!

newcreation1996

I wouldn't ask Him anything. He has already revealed everything He wants us to know. I trust Him completely and His ways are much higher than mine.

eggsandpeaches

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luvblues2

Looks like most of us are gonna burn in hell.

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thinkagain

Yep, and you’ll have all eternity to regret your choice.

The most important thing a Christian can do is try and enlighten one to the salvation under grace that is freely offered. If they decline, all we can do is shake off the dust of our feet at their door and leave them to their fate.

John Harville

Salvation cannot be earned. It's already given. Jesus told Nicodemus he had to be born again because he had not been born in a world with Jesus.
From the cross Jesus said forgive 'them' - making no specification.

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thinkagain

Wrong! Not given, freely offered.

shucks

correct

freethinker1

No such thing as hell

luvblues2

My experience in religious activities... I was born and raised Catholic. Baptized at 2 days old. (if Catholic babies die before baptism they burn in hell)..20 some odd years later I checked out 3 other Christian religions. They told me different things and had me walk in water with my clothes on to get baptized 3 more times. They all had different versions of the Bible and also interpreted many verses in many different ways. Those 3 religions also told me that once I was "saved" that I couldn't be un-saved unless I turned from God. I haven't turned from Him. I'd just like to KNOW he is there. I pray for the people on this planet. I try to live and have taught kids the right way to live as best I could. But, let's be real......

Why would God confuse us?

I'm going to hell.

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thinkagain

On the essentials, the Bible is abundantly clear. There is nothing ambiguous about the deity of Christ, the reality of heaven and hell, and salvation by grace through faith.

On some issues of less importance, however, the teaching of Scripture can be distorted by an individual’s own personal biases and pet doctrines.

The fact is that many who claim to be Christians have never been born again. They wear the label of “Christian,” but there has been no true change of heart.

The fact is that if you were truly born again, you would KNOW that He was with you.

The existential nature of personal revelation of God can only be individually experienced. Man is a spiritual being in a corporeal body.

freethinker1

Gotta love when people use Bible teachings to prove the efficacy of the Bible.

John Harville

I call BS.
If the Bible is so clear, then the world would be awash in Christianity.
How DARE you judge if someone was 'born again'?
If baptism is for forgiveness of sins.... why did Jesus need to be baptized?

On some issues.... Scripture can be explained in terms of an individual's personal experiences. It's why parents ask why God would take their sweet child with a terrible illness. Unless you've been there, you really can't answer that for them - except perhaps to say that God and Jesus aren't about cancer and death and God doesn't 'take' people.

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thinkagain

Where did I say water baptism is for forgiveness of sins? Where did I judge whether or not a particular individual was born again?

Your reply methodology of continually throwing baloney at the wall hoping one will stick isn't working.

luvblues2

Believe what ya want, thinkagain. I really don't feel the same as you and my only question to God would be, (I will repeat) Why?

shucks

Why what?

luvblues2

God would know, "Why what?".

shucks

So..... why ask why?

luvblues2

Because I don't?

shucks

"...I really don't feel the same as you and my only question to God would be, (I will repeat) Why?"

Ok, enough.

Contango

By definition, an omniscient diety would know the question before being asked.

luvblues2

Amen, Contango.

John Harville

Contango and Luvblues: WRONG! God expects us to seek answers, to find our way, to live out Jesus' commandment to "Love one another as I have loved you." Check it out - Jesus never told would-be believers they were wrong. He told a parable or asked them questions.
However, he did call out the Pharisees EVERY TIME they tried to use SCRIPTURES as a weapon to BEAT DOWN the populace.

Contango

Nuthin' "WRONG" about it.

If the deity isn't omniscient, then that deity isn't God. An omniscient deity would know BOTH question AND answer.

Unless you are also omniscient, it's your opinion to metaphysically know with 100% certitude what God "expects."

shucks

Wastes of time.

lifetimeresident

I would ask GOD what has Cleveland done that was so bad that you cursed them with the BROWNS.

Informer

If there were a god, and I happened to meet him before I spent an eternity in hell, I would ask him if we are all your children, and you have the power to heal the sick, feed and clothe the poor, why dont you? As a parent this appalling realization is disheartening. If my child needed food or clothes, and I had the means to get them, I would! I would also ask which god he or she was, theres thousands.

freethinker1

If God is willing to prevent evil, but not able, he is not omnipotent.
If he is able but not willing, he is malevolent.
If he is both able and willing, whence cometh evil?
If he is neither able nor willing, why call him God?
-Epcurius

rjk1915

Not a new thought in the lot.

luvblues2

Ecclesiastes 1:9

New International Version (NIV)

9 What has been will be again,
what has been done will be done again;
there is nothing new under the sun.

Contango

To God: Which religion is the "true" one?

God: None.

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Woody Allen: I was reading the Bible last night, penciling in corrections.

shucks

“I'm not afraid of death; I just don't want to be there when it happens.”
― Woody Allen

starryeyes83

woody allen is a creepy pedophile

John Harville

I'm not at all afraid of death... but dying scares the hell out of me!

Mime Bloggling

I'm just glad God is God and I'm not.

The Big Dog's back

Me too.

Contango

@ Dog aka brutus smith:

So do you still believe this?

"Actually a bunch (of) Stone Age right wingnuts wrote the Old Testament." (brutus smith, Sept. 10, 2010)

shucks

Had to take a look at your dossier,huh ?

Kottage Kat

AMEN !!!!!!!!!!!

KURTje

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The Big Dog's back

Ahahahahahahahahahaha!

luvblues2

I really hope none of you were really expecting another man or the newspaper to give you answers from God. If "it isn't" in YOU, you will receive nothing. We live together or die apart.

Contango

"Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword." (MT 10:34)

"Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one." (LK 22:36)

King of Peace huh?

freethinker1

Exactly! The god of the Bible is responsible for a couple million deaths. Satan, meanwhile, is responsible for fewer than a dozen deaths in the Bible.

John Harville

boundthinker 1... and then there is love them that hurt you. turn the other cheek. If a man demands your cloak give your shirt too (the shirt off your back?) forgive 70 times 7.
Where's the war message?

John Harville

To fulfill prophecy and be executbable, o ye ignorant.
He could not be crucified if he wasn't a criminal. Having swords in his party made him the leader of rebels.
You forgot the remainder of the Luke scripture (remebering Luke wasn't there) when two said they had swords and he said 'it is enough'. This is not a matter of belief... it's just a matter of the history of Roman law. It's why they kept asking if he was 'king of the Jews'.

Contango

It was Passover, thousands of Jews were in Jerusalem. The Romans were nervous.

Jesus does his nutzy thing with the money changers in the Temple.

Examples must be made.

Fini

John Harville

Jesus in the temple was not against the money-changers and the vendors of lambs and pigeons for sacrifice, and cloth for garments. Jesus was angered at the money-changers who cheated their customers, the vendors who sold damaged lambs and pigeons and doves instead of those unblemished and worthy of sacrifice.... it's called righteous anger.

Contango

His "righteous anger" never the less helped bring him to the attention of the Roman authorities that were looking to quell any civil unrest.

reporter54

You just proved my comment about interpretation. Do we interpret this as war is okay? And that we should spend our money on implements of war? I think this passage supports gun ownership and that we should sell our other possessions so we can afford guns. What do you think?

Contango

Pretty much everyone can find a passage in the Bible that will support their position.

Heck, even slavery can be justified using Biblical passages. The "Curse of Ham":

"And he said, Blessed be the LORD God of Shem; and Canaan shall be his servant." (Genesis 9:26)

John Harville

Moses gave a list of commandments regarding responsibility to slaves.
He also said you can sell your daughter.
...and a woman found not to be a virgin by her husband could be put to death...

shucks
Contango

So on the question of gun rights, this website claims to speak authoritatively for the Judea-Christian God or is it merely one out of many possible Biblical interpretations and opinions?

John Harville

Hmmm Reporter 54...
Lessee, David sent a man into war so David could have his wife. David committed murder and adultery - and God forgave him and made him the direct ancestor of Jesus.
Judas wanted to fight the Romans... and Jesus said no.
As for selling your possessions, Jesus told the rich young ruler to sell ALL he possessed, give the money to the poor (probably to buy swords) and come follow Jesus if he wanted eternal life.
When two already had swords at the Last Supper and asked if the group should get more, Jesus said two would be enough.
And when Peter cut off the guard's ear, Jesus rebuked Peter and healed the guard.
Oh... "he who lives by the sword shall die by the sword" (feel free to substitute 'gun')

shucks

What other possible Biblical interpretations and opinions are there ?

luvblues2

There are as many interpretations and opinions as there are people.

starryeyes83

Agreed.

shucks

So there are as many Biblical interpretations and opinions as there are people about the question of gun rights, right?

I'm waiting to hear just one.

Contango

Google: Gun rights and the Bible.

Enjoy!

John Harville

You just made me think about David cutting off the foreskins of Saul's enemy.

shucks

Enjoy what?

shucks

I messed up.
I know nobody cares, but for the record, I meant to say this:

So there are as many Biblical interpretations and opinions about the question of gun rights,as there are people...right?

John Harville

Multipliled algebraically if you count the number of people in this church who claim to know God's will.

Contango

Concerning the end of the world:

"No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father." (MT 24:36)

God is omniscient (all knowing).
Jesus says that he doesn't know.
Jesus cannot be God.

shucks

Here, you enjoy.

http://www.gotquestions.org/Jesu...

Try to stick to the topic the next time would ya?

Contango

So this is God's PERSONAL website? Enjoy away. :)

shucks

Enjoy your short life !

Contango

lol

So that website doesn't contain the FINAL authoritative answer?

shucks

You don't want to understand, you just want to play.

Actually, you can't understand.

Contango

Understand what? What you "think" you know?

shucks

Jesus is my rescuer from hell, and He will rescue me.

Contango

No "rescue" needed; according to Jesus, you already have it.

“Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.” (Luke 17:21)

shucks

...and you must have His spirit to understand more.

shucks

No, you don't automatically get it.

shucks

If you really want answers, I suggest that you go and wander around on that website.
It will explain most your questions better than I can.

Contango

4shizzle writes:

"It will explain most your questions better than I can."

It's good that you can demonstrate humility in FINALLY admitting that you have no idea what you are writing about.

As is said: Those who know do not say, those who say do not know.

shucks

I know the answers to what I need to know.

shucks

I gave you a real good website that would probably answer all of your questions then you turn and attack me.

Contango

4shizzle writes:

"I gave you a real good website that would probably answer all of your questions then you turn and attack me."

A website has the "answer(s)"?

Are you substituting a website for God? How is that not blasphemous?

Aw, don't be upset lil' buckaroo. Doesn't Jesus still love you?

Contango

4shizzle writes:

"I know the answers to what I need to know."

Don't the gods hate hubris?

shucks
Contango

Better study that Bible a wee bit more:

http://bible.cc/matthew/7-5.htm

shucks

Back at ya!

But what do you care? You can't understand it anyway.

Contango

@ 4shizzle:

You read like a cafeteria Christian, you pick and choose what to follow and believe. Good luck with that salvation thingy.

shucks

Enjoy your short life !
Maybe your gods will cut you a break.
LOL!!!

Contango

@ 4shizzle:

Have a nice day Cupcake. Your confused mind is a bit much.

shucks

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