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#176 - ADeadlYLepricoN
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#155 - scorpionbtu
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(07/22/2013) [-]
We can't even say Iron Man is atheist.
#139 - JmanOfIsrael
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(07/22/2013) [-]
This is one of the stupidest ******* posts I have ever seen on this site.
#135 - animalassasin
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(07/22/2013) [-]
jesus was jewish
#123 - biker
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(07/22/2013) [-]
He's also met Moses in the form of a giant dreidel
#124 to #123 - Sethorein
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(07/22/2013) [-]
because everyone knows that Moses is to the Jews as Jesus is to the christians...
#125 to #124 - biker
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Not my point. Moses was supporting their jewish beliefs. Also, in south park Jesus doesn't really have any problems with jewish people, so if he doesn't care why change?
They're all going to hell anyway because they aren't mormon.
#126 to #125 - Sethorein
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(07/22/2013) [-]
******* Hippo God...

I always loved my bible classes when god got pissed cause it would always start with him flaring his nostrils and we're all like "oooooh ****! ************* gonna get ****** up tonight" (internally)... now I just imagine a hippo flaring its nostrils and the plant erupting whenever I am asked to picture god...

good stuff
#170 to #123 - entarasu
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(07/22/2013) [-]
thats mcp from tron
#113 - tonkkax
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Then there's Brian Griffin who met Jesus 7 times and is still an Atheist.
#110 - jacobthecow
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Why would proving the existence of aliens make someone not be an atheist?
#112 to #110 - merrymarvelite
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(07/22/2013) [-]
That really gets into semantics more than anything else.

Thor and Loki were considered gods so if they turned out to be real, then yes, those particular gods would exist.
#114 to #112 - jacobthecow
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But didn't it say that he just met aliens who people THOUGHT were gods?
#116 to #114 - merrymarvelite
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Thor and Loki are the Norse Gods, though. The Norsemen worshipped them as gods.
#118 to #116 - YourLordAndMaster
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(07/22/2013) [-]
So if people started worshipping you all christians/athiests/muslims should change their beliefs because technically you're god?
#117 to #116 - jacobthecow
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(07/22/2013) [-]
oh ok, I understand now. Retard moment over
#107 - mankey
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Guess you just have to define "What is a God?"

If it's someone people believe in, then all the pantheons throughout history are gods, whether they were aliens or not.

If it's someone all powerful then pretty much all the Marvel Heroes are gods.

If it's the power to create and destroy life then Galactus is a god. On that point, all mothers are gods too.

If it's immortality then Ra's Al Ghul is a god.

All definitions can be represented by at least one Marvel or DC superhero/villain. I mean what makes Superman *not* a god?
#150 to #107 - LittleEnforcer
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Yeah but Stan Lee clearly wanted people to know that Thor was a god. He created Thor on the thought of what can be stronger than the Hulk? A god
#96 - PlagueDoctor
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Well, Jesus was Jewish and if Jesus exists (as the son of God) then the whole Old Testament is correct, so he sees no reason to change his believes either
#83 - ragingchoad
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(07/22/2013) [-]
An alien is a being from outer space, Valhala is viking heaven not a planet from outer space.
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#93 to #83 - subaqueousreach
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In the Marvel Universe (Like the other guy said) Valhalla was an alternate plane and world. Using the technology of the Bifrost they crossed to many worlds, including Earth, where they encountered the Norse during their viking age, who came to revere them as gods because of their mystical abilities. They were not actually gods. They were mortal. They were aliens to Earth.
#102 to #93 - ruebezahl
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(07/22/2013) [-]
And what is the difference between a god and a powerful being that is worshipped as a god?
#143 to #102 - subaqueousreach
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(07/22/2013) [-]
"Do you know why the gods demand blood? It's because Gods don't bleed"

-Tzekel-Kan, Road to El Dorado

Gods are immortal beings.
In the Marvelverse Loki is a Frost Giant from a plane that is not Valhalla and Thor is granted all of his powers from his hammer Mjolnir, without which he is essentially as useless as Tony Stark without his Iron Man suit.
#223 to #143 - ruebezahl
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(07/23/2013) [-]
Gods are not immortal beings. All over various mythologies, gods die all the time. And all the norse gods are going to perish in Ragnarok.
#224 to #223 - subaqueousreach
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(07/23/2013) [-]
Typically a god is an immortal, Greek, Christian, Egyptian, etc... they all have immortal gods.

Also, for the religions that have gods dying, they were killed by other gods. Mortal man cannot fight a god. Loki and Thor are both mortal men. Superhuman in comparison, but still mortal men.
#136 to #93 - TwelveCharlie [OP]
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Thank you, damn, I never thought so many people would need it explained to them.

There are currently 112 thumbs down, I'm guessing about a third are comic book fans who didn't understand the movies, a third are atheists who thought I was defending the Christian religion, and a third are both.
#194 to #136 - ragingchoad
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In marvel universe maybe, but who are you too say someones religion is false.
#87 to #83 - tinglyturtletaint
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But the place where Thor and Loki are from in the marvel universe IS a planet in space.
#55 - trainedkojak
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(07/22/2013) [-]
they were gods in viking culture
#4 - anon
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(07/21/2013) [-]
jezus was jewish, and he had never the intention to make a new belief,
#5 to #4 - wowewowe
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(07/21/2013) [-]
"Christianity" was his intended path for Judaism, but it had a lot of differences. While the Jews back then were considered an ethnic group, "Christianity" was available to all races and heritage lines. It also broke a lotta Jew religious laws.   
   
Evidently, it didn't catch on with many of the then-current Jews, and a huge controversy erupted from the old-Judaism and the new-Judaism's cultural differences, so they named the new-Juadism "Christianity".
"Christianity" was his intended path for Judaism, but it had a lot of differences. While the Jews back then were considered an ethnic group, "Christianity" was available to all races and heritage lines. It also broke a lotta Jew religious laws.

Evidently, it didn't catch on with many of the then-current Jews, and a huge controversy erupted from the old-Judaism and the new-Judaism's cultural differences, so they named the new-Juadism "Christianity".
#217 - richardastley
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Jews believe Jesus existed though...
#199 - pfccross
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(07/22/2013) [-]
jesus was a jew
#198 - vocarius
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(07/22/2013) [-]
WTF are you talking about Thor and Loki are Norse Gods...
#210 to #198 - captainsheperd
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(07/22/2013) [-]
finally someone acknowledges it!
#171 - pokimone
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Well I mean... No one is saying Jesus isn't real. Jesus existed, there's multiple historic texts that mention him, not just the bible. The question is if he was the son of god, a conman, or a delusional nutcase. But one way or the other, he did exist. That could justify his decision to stay jewish.
#177 to #171 - psychlogic
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(07/22/2013) [-]
If Jesus were still alive today I'd probably consider the possibility that he's special.
#163 - nippuhlisafag
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(07/22/2013) [-]
There's no such thing as a god, stop posting beliefs on funnyjunk.
#174 to #163 - zacisghandi
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(07/22/2013) [-]
That's right, push your atheist beliefs. Hypocrite!
#175 to #174 - nippuhlisafag
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Dude, you're not getting the joke
#172 to #163 - firegrunt
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Isn't posting your belief what you just did?
#173 to #172 - nippuhlisafag
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(07/22/2013) [-]
That was the joke...
#144 - laxwarriord
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Really? Do you not understand the concept of Norse gods?
#146 to #144 - TwelveCharlie [OP]
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Really? Do you not understand the concept that I'm talking about "The Avengers", and not Norse mythology? I mean, my Norse mythology is a bit rusty, but I think I'd remember if Captain America, Iron Man, and The Hulk were in it.
#147 to #146 - laxwarriord
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(07/22/2013) [-]
Ah, you are one of those types of people.

Im just gonna leave this one then.
#119 - swaggotflaps
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(07/22/2013) [-]
bitch please! meets god, becomes a scientologist!
#205 to #119 - iridium
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(07/22/2013) [-]
He doesn't really fully become a Scientologist IIRC. He gets wrapped up in it, but the more he learns about it the more he realizes it's a sham, especially when he finds out its all about money.
#67 - doggstar
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(07/22/2013) [-]
well jews believe jesus existed but that he wasnt their savior... pretty straight forward really