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#40 - Yeah, we call it Nazi Germany, like Fascist Italy or Soviet Ru… 02/24/2015 on It's fun to play pretend +1
#46 - >not going full swadian knight  [+] (3 new replies) 02/18/2015 on Auto-Resolve is complete... -1
User avatar #67 - DoktorHax (02/19/2015) [-]
>not going full rhodok sharpshooters

Those faggots dont even get within spitting distance.
User avatar #85 - themagicdalek (02/19/2015) [-]
>not going full nord huscarls

Stronk nord shields protect them for sharpshooters
also way easier to maintain that full swadian knights
dear god imagine the cost per week for them
User avatar #62 - deviousmachine (02/19/2015) [-]
you're the casual, go archer and just sit on hills have your character jump over enemy lines and take out the commander in 1 hit to cause the enemy to lose tactics
#90 - **hellfiazz used "*roll 1, 0-999*"** **hellfiazz rolls 350** 02/15/2015 on Firat one to roll 666 will... 0
#25 - Obviously there's no source for that, but I don't think whethe… 02/14/2015 on sjw 0
#23 - Have you ever heard of Tacitus and Josephus? They wrote about …  [+] (2 new replies) 02/13/2015 on sjw 0
User avatar #24 - spyroman (02/14/2015) [-]
Yes, it is true that a roman author mentioned jesus, and the rising spread of christianity about 60 years after his death. this is not an official roman record, but yes, he is mentioned in several surviving sources years after his death. of course, none of these are primary sources, but this is irrelevant. no reputable source at the time that can be trusted in any official capacity mentioned jesus while he was alive. since the christian religion was spreading rapidly, and this is well documented, it is expected that sources mention jesus.

this is all irrelevant though, because while people disagree about whether or not jesus lived, there is no reputable source (aka any source other than the bible) that proves he was the son of a god, or had supernatural powers
#25 - hellfiazz (02/14/2015) [-]
Obviously there's no source for that, but I don't think whether he was the son of god matters.

People ignore his message stated in the Bible and who he actually was far too often. Hardcore Christians often make prostitutes pariahs, calling them harlots and such, even though Jesus did the opposite thing. WBC preaches hate, even though Jesus loved all humanity. Even businessmen and patriots hate socialism and love capitalism whilst being Christian, even though Jesus espoused the opposite message. And in the OP and the comment above, people attack Jesus as a figure of oppression, even though he was the most anti-oppression person ever.
#10 - Well there's also the Romans, who at the time explicitly expre…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/12/2015 on sjw 0
User avatar #11 - spyroman (02/12/2015) [-]
no roman record has ever stated that jesus was born. you know the roman "census" where everyone had to return to their town? supposedly before jesus' birth? they never had one. no roman records of birth, death, or of a trial and excecution name jesus as a person
#23 - hellfiazz (02/13/2015) [-]
Have you ever heard of Tacitus and Josephus? They wrote about him and his crucifixion about 50 or so years after his death, and 290 years before the Romans adopted Christianity. Why would non-Christian Romans write about a person as if they were real, if they weren't actually real?

The overwhelming majority of scholars disagree with you, by the way.
User avatar #24 - spyroman (02/14/2015) [-]
Yes, it is true that a roman author mentioned jesus, and the rising spread of christianity about 60 years after his death. this is not an official roman record, but yes, he is mentioned in several surviving sources years after his death. of course, none of these are primary sources, but this is irrelevant. no reputable source at the time that can be trusted in any official capacity mentioned jesus while he was alive. since the christian religion was spreading rapidly, and this is well documented, it is expected that sources mention jesus.

this is all irrelevant though, because while people disagree about whether or not jesus lived, there is no reputable source (aka any source other than the bible) that proves he was the son of a god, or had supernatural powers
#25 - hellfiazz (02/14/2015) [-]
Obviously there's no source for that, but I don't think whether he was the son of god matters.

People ignore his message stated in the Bible and who he actually was far too often. Hardcore Christians often make prostitutes pariahs, calling them harlots and such, even though Jesus did the opposite thing. WBC preaches hate, even though Jesus loved all humanity. Even businessmen and patriots hate socialism and love capitalism whilst being Christian, even though Jesus espoused the opposite message. And in the OP and the comment above, people attack Jesus as a figure of oppression, even though he was the most anti-oppression person ever.
User avatar #12 - CptBlack (02/12/2015) [-]
Jesus being a Hebrew the most hated bunch of slaves at this point in time. No really i can't imagine why they wouldn't have a record of someone not born in Rome, Not a roman citizen, Or someone not even supposed to be in Rome legally.
User avatar #13 - spyroman (02/12/2015) [-]
okay, so you admit there is basically no evidence to show that he lived? the romans have no record of him, and as far as i know, jesus was never a slave.
#8 - Jesus was a real guy you dum  [+] (8 new replies) 02/12/2015 on sjw 0
User avatar #9 - spyroman (02/12/2015) [-]
I mean, there is no real evidence otside of the bible to say that he lived. It would be equally fair to say that he lived, or did not live, because the bible and other holy works say he was. just having a holy book mention something doesnt make it right, but the claim that a man named jesus lived is hardly extraordinary enough to merit widespread doubt. i mean, it doesnt really matter if he lived or not, the question is was he the son of god?
since there is no evidence to prove that he is, we can pragmatically assert that he was not.
as much as it hurts me to say
anonymous wins
#10 - hellfiazz (02/12/2015) [-]
Well there's also the Romans, who at the time explicitly expressed their disbelief in his divinity.

So yeah.
User avatar #11 - spyroman (02/12/2015) [-]
no roman record has ever stated that jesus was born. you know the roman "census" where everyone had to return to their town? supposedly before jesus' birth? they never had one. no roman records of birth, death, or of a trial and excecution name jesus as a person
#23 - hellfiazz (02/13/2015) [-]
Have you ever heard of Tacitus and Josephus? They wrote about him and his crucifixion about 50 or so years after his death, and 290 years before the Romans adopted Christianity. Why would non-Christian Romans write about a person as if they were real, if they weren't actually real?

The overwhelming majority of scholars disagree with you, by the way.
User avatar #24 - spyroman (02/14/2015) [-]
Yes, it is true that a roman author mentioned jesus, and the rising spread of christianity about 60 years after his death. this is not an official roman record, but yes, he is mentioned in several surviving sources years after his death. of course, none of these are primary sources, but this is irrelevant. no reputable source at the time that can be trusted in any official capacity mentioned jesus while he was alive. since the christian religion was spreading rapidly, and this is well documented, it is expected that sources mention jesus.

this is all irrelevant though, because while people disagree about whether or not jesus lived, there is no reputable source (aka any source other than the bible) that proves he was the son of a god, or had supernatural powers
#25 - hellfiazz (02/14/2015) [-]
Obviously there's no source for that, but I don't think whether he was the son of god matters.

People ignore his message stated in the Bible and who he actually was far too often. Hardcore Christians often make prostitutes pariahs, calling them harlots and such, even though Jesus did the opposite thing. WBC preaches hate, even though Jesus loved all humanity. Even businessmen and patriots hate socialism and love capitalism whilst being Christian, even though Jesus espoused the opposite message. And in the OP and the comment above, people attack Jesus as a figure of oppression, even though he was the most anti-oppression person ever.
User avatar #12 - CptBlack (02/12/2015) [-]
Jesus being a Hebrew the most hated bunch of slaves at this point in time. No really i can't imagine why they wouldn't have a record of someone not born in Rome, Not a roman citizen, Or someone not even supposed to be in Rome legally.
User avatar #13 - spyroman (02/12/2015) [-]
okay, so you admit there is basically no evidence to show that he lived? the romans have no record of him, and as far as i know, jesus was never a slave.
#9 - Personally I agree, but if the Pastor / Priest / whatever is o…  [+] (19 new replies) 02/12/2015 on Westboro Baptist Feminism +106
#265 - aerosol (02/13/2015) [-]
He shouldn't be.
That's no excuse to go and be an asshole to gay people, but rules are rules.

#227 - Ken M (02/13/2015) [-]
That's not how it works, the pastor has to go by the book. If he just does as he pleases then it's not really a church
#241 - omnomnomno (02/13/2015) [-]
Traditional religious roles within a church are really subject to the pastor that holds that belief.

I knew of a Father that was for gay marriage, wanted to celebrate marriage within the clergy and even made a case for female priests. He was really popular amongst the people.

I also know of several Reformed Presbyterian pastors that tolerated gay marriage. It wasn't as popular, but still.

A blanket statement such as "Z religion must follow Y, X, W beliefs", while comforting, isn't how it always works.

Religion and its definitions have always been changing between people. When it comes to "civilized" nations, Christianity, thankfully, is a former shade of what it used to be. We no longer avoid shell fish, we no longer stone women, etc.

"Going by the book" is stupid and sometimes outright dangerous.

See Islam.
#289 - Ken M (02/13/2015) [-]
Thought you were me for a second and I was super confused cuz I didn't remember writing any of the stuff you said haha
#290 - omnomonom (02/13/2015) [-]
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#247 - Ken M (02/13/2015) [-]
That's because Islam masquerades as a peaceful religion when it's the exact opposite

Christianity also forbids the killing of others, women cannot preach the gospel before a congregation and homosexuality should not be allowed in the church.

All of this is in the Bible, like it or not we can't pick out the bits we don't like
#248 - omnomnomno (02/13/2015) [-]
"All of this is in the Bible, like it or not we can't pick out the bits we don't like"

???

If we all truly followed the bible to the letter, this nation would be stoning the Westboro Baptist Church for not being Christian enough.
#250 - Ken M (02/13/2015) [-]
That was the old testament, the new testament is against that. even jesus said when the adultress was to be stoned "let he who is without sin, cast the first stone"
#253 - omnomnomno (02/13/2015) [-]
Now who is cherry picking?

He also said "Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword."

We can cherry pick until the cows come home. Either take the thing whole hog, or don't take any of it at all.

At the end of the day, people take most religion as interpretation, which leads to different sects as well as different reformations. That was my original point.
#259 - Ken M (02/13/2015) [-]
that's not cherry picking, a lot of the old testament was done away with because it's obsolete. which parts are not specified but i'm pretty sure stoning goes against the 6th commandment

before the time of jesus you went to the church once a year to offer sacrifices to god so your sins could be rolled back or removed. after jesus died on the cross he made a way for us to be save though baptism and recieving the gift of the holy ghost
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User avatar #217 - finntastic (02/13/2015) [-]
Nahh man, the Father has no say in what goes on in the Church. It's not supposed to be his Church. The way things work, as they do in Catholicism, is that every church must follow Canon Law, which maintains its beliefs, unless voted to change by the Cardinals and the Pope.
#64 - captaincapital (02/12/2015) [-]
how the fuck does that even work?

only one thing can be right, you can't have both churches approving it in the name of Christianity and churches disapproving of it in the name of Christianity.
#209 - innocentbabies (02/13/2015) [-]
That depends on the church. What you just said is basically the same as "you can't have one church selling salvation for money, while another thinks salvation can be found through faith alone."
You know, because you can.
User avatar #135 - christofferse (02/12/2015) [-]
> Implying homosexuality is against Christian principles
#74 - Ken M (02/12/2015) [-]
>implying Christianity invented marriage and holds exclusive rights to it.

#83 - Ken M (02/12/2015) [-]
where did it come from then kiddo?
User avatar #86 - squiblles (02/12/2015) [-]
the word you're thinking of is "matrimony". people have been getting "married" longer than the bible has been around.
User avatar #232 - darrenblackfox (02/13/2015) [-]
I have nothing against the point of marriage existing outside Christianity, but because I'd hate to not say something I want to point out the simple fact that the religious peoples in the Bible existed before the Bible existed, so your point does not completely work.
#10 - this is dewey feel old yet?  [+] (1 new reply) 02/09/2015 on Malcolm Slightly to The Right +49
#11 - zhitburrito (02/09/2015) [-]
that is not dewey unless hes a time wizard
#2 - The modern era was forged by northern industry, dirty southerner scum.  [+] (1 new reply) 02/09/2015 on Bloody Northerners +1
User avatar #3 - niggelthornberry (02/09/2015) [-]
To be honest I'm from the north, I just thought the title fitted the content haha
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#292 - That's really cool, thanks for responding. 01/30/2015 on Science Shit : Black Holes. 0
#153 - Can anyone explain how immense gravity could affect light? I t…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/29/2015 on Science Shit : Black Holes. +1
#165 - transplant (01/29/2015) [-]
The immense gravity does not directly influence light as you might thinks. It does however bend space-time in which light travels.

Imagine a bed-sheet that is stretched and lifted off the ground. Now imagine a melon in the middle of it. The melon's mass creates a bend in the sheet, the same way an astronomical object creates bends in the space-time.

A black hole rips through the fabric of space, like pic related.
#292 - hellfiazz (01/30/2015) [-]
That's really cool, thanks for responding.
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