Professor X wrote:
Professor X wrote:
having spoken to people that have read the bible, I know from them that my questions are un answered within its pages.
That was truly lame. You now let others think for you?
No Prof I do not let them think for me, it goes a little something like this
ME “hey does the bible give an itellegent account of dinosaurs?”
PERSON WHO HAS READ THE BIBLE “no”
So there yoU go I did not read the bible but I now know that one of my questions is not answered in the bible.
There are some theologians who believe they are mentioned with regards to “giants”. You also have to realize that there is still debate on some issues in the Bible, like Noah’s Arc. These are things you don’t even know about because you refuse to learn for yourself. That’s pathetic. How can someone like that gather up the nerve to laugh at the beliefs of someone else? You are completely clueless on the issue yet scream your ill-informed opinion loudly as if you are proud of it. Ignorance is bliss, huh?
Prof I have not read the entire bible, but I have read enough to make my own mind up that it is all BS, it is not just the bible I have loud opinions on it is Chritianity as a whole and how its followers preach their beliefs onto others. I do not need to read the bible to realise that some Christians are a major pain in the ass.
If a Christian can stand on a soap box in the street and judge and preach to all passers by and telling them that if they do not convert they will all suffer in the afterlife. This man has no knowledge of the faiths or lives of the people he is preaching too.
Why cannot be afforded the same allowances when standing on my soapbox?
I would suggest you look into this further as you have many misconceptions in your though process here.
A Christian preaching on the corner does not need to know the lifestyles of everyone passing by and he is not judging anyone. What you don’t understand is that no one is sinless or living how they were designed to live. This is not about your behavior (although many people try and make it such). It’s about where your heart is and what you believe in.
So all people, even Christians, do not and cannot live a perfect life. We are all the same in this regard. The only difference is that Christians have come to understand their need for a relationship with God to allow him to make up for what they lack.
what do you lack? strength? intelligence? moral fortitude? an arm? [/quote]
You lack the ability to live and act as truly moral person. Man is morally flawed.