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|#14 - So true. Most real pros turn and move that way too. A good ope…||07/08/2012 on Skills Level: Excavator Driver||+3|
|#13 - You're splitting hairs. Most people call them excavators, base…||07/08/2012 on Skills Level: Excavator Driver||0|
|#75 - Yeah, you're right, America's war effort had nothing to do wit… [+] (3 new replies)||07/08/2012 on "MERICA||+1|
#189 - deltadeltadelta (07/08/2012) [-]
No. By the end of 1916, the Germans were already losing and they were just about out of supplies and resources. All American intervention did was give relief to the veterans during the last few months of the war.
WWI was a British/French/Italian victory, not an American victory. If the Americans cared, then they would have joined when it mattered, not during the last few months of the war. This is reflective in the amount of casualties taken, where the US only took 2% of the Entente casualties.
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#20 - slumberdonkey (07/08/2012) [-]
I completely understand what you are saying but if you base your belief on god by saying "you can't prove it" then it is proven and you say "god works in mysterious ways" your bubble of reasons to believe in god is growing ever smaller.
That's a rough quote from neil degrasse tyson, one of my heroes
#76 - gamechap (07/08/2012) [-]
TL;DR: The guy is good.
#21 - angelious (07/08/2012) [-]
may i also add to the chat a verse from some old christian text(or jewish cant recall wich it was anymore)
"the more the man sins the further away he goes from god and the harder it is for men to hear gods voice"
and judgin by the current state of affairs on earth we arent really that holy and sinless as we were few years back ....
#13 - Drageads (07/08/2012) [-]
The existence of the Judeo-Christian god should not be falsifiable. If we take either book of the bible as truthful, then your god is an interventionists and therefore, should be observable through science. If it is not, then either the Bible is not truthful or your god doesn't exist as you think he does.
#68 - anon (07/08/2012) [-]
False,it is inherent
EVERY CULTURE IN ITS BEGGINING
Every rational being recognizes the law of causse-effect: nothing happens without a cause.
Homo sapiens acquires rationality
They apply the law of causse-effect to the world,they give causes to all effects, but a few effects remain unexplained:
Effect: It rains,The world exists,Rainbow,Dreams
Cause: An unknown agent is responsible for all this effects
We call the unknown agent spirits, god, karma, kami, we will use god in this exact moment,eventough it doesnt work like this, it has been proven all god-religions are only evolutions of shamanistic(spirits)religions
God is in this moment a impersonal creationist force,THAT is inherent to all rational being, but then culture defiles this god, he gives Him,a supernatural being, human attributes, the tribe dress the god with their clothes(this is why when you think of god you think of a guy with a toga, because it is what happened when the romans addopted christianism),they confer Him emotions and hence a moral,that will be the moral code of the tribe
the previously universal god has now become a million aberrations as a result of trying to humanize the supernatural.
The Christian god is a unwholesome mix of judean and roman tradditions,THAT is not inherent, but the clean not humanized god is in fact inherent to all human beings
#38 - anon (07/08/2012) [-]
and its the book that is supposed to be the religion... Therefore religion is fucking stupid
#96 - freddyhollensen (07/08/2012) [-]
Reminds me of a quote by a Scottish philosopher David Hume, goes like this basically: Which is more likely: That the whole natural order is suspended or that a Jewish minx should tell a lie?
Heard it by recently dead religion critic Christopher Hitchens a couple of times as well. Considering these desert tribes also believed in wizards and sorceress, it does seem weird that when it came to deciding whether Jesus really was the son of God they just went ahead and took her word for it.
(Which according to a BBC documentary made, they might not even have... Considerable evidence suggest Jesus was in fact a Buddhist monk and not a believer in God.. The fucker may have been an atheist)
#36 - jokeface (07/08/2012) [-]
that's part of the foundation of our faith, yes. Mary was impregnated by God without ever having sex. she gave birth to Jesus, the only man with the powers of God, who was perfect in every way, and because He was perfect, He was able to die for our sins and pay our debt so that we could liver eternally with Him in heaven.