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#107 - Im not talking about interpretations, im talking about the str…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/27/2013 on the prophecy is a clever... 0
User avatar #108 - hudis (11/27/2013) [-]
The thing is that it seems like you think that most christians follow Jesus because they want to go to heaven. I don't think that's the case. Religion has to do with so much more than a selfish desire for an afterlife.

I agree, if you don't believe in Jesus, you are not a christian. However, the Pope did not say that atheists are christians. He just said that they too gain access to heaven upon death. Does that make christians less christians? I don't think so. If you truly believe and you truly have faith, you don't need the promise of a paradise to keep believing in God.
#105 - Your skull is really thick if you honestly can't understand wh…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/27/2013 on the prophecy is a clever... 0
User avatar #106 - hudis (11/27/2013) [-]
That's the third time now you're being condescending for no reason. I'm not sure it's worth keeping up this discussion. Clearly you and I have very different ideas on what makes a good religious person.

And no, it isn't like the constitution analogy. See, the constitution was written to be the foundation of law and order within the independent states of America - but we don't know if the Bible was even written for the same reason. There are many scholars of theology who believe that that the Bible was intended to be allegorical and open to interpretation, to work more as a guideline than a book of laws and rules and threats. You are acting as if the Bible was written by one person, with one purpose and that it can only be interpreted in one way. I personally think that's wrong - and like I said, so do a lot of people who are more educated on the subject than you and I.
User avatar #107 - iLime (11/27/2013) [-]
Im not talking about interpretations, im talking about the straight up number 1 part of the religion that it is constructed around. The fact that if you want to be christian and go to heaven you must follow jesus. If you think otherwise then you probably are not part of a church and are looking for a random debate to make yourself sound smart. If believing in jesus isn't in the religion then it has absolutely no purpose.
User avatar #108 - hudis (11/27/2013) [-]
The thing is that it seems like you think that most christians follow Jesus because they want to go to heaven. I don't think that's the case. Religion has to do with so much more than a selfish desire for an afterlife.

I agree, if you don't believe in Jesus, you are not a christian. However, the Pope did not say that atheists are christians. He just said that they too gain access to heaven upon death. Does that make christians less christians? I don't think so. If you truly believe and you truly have faith, you don't need the promise of a paradise to keep believing in God.
#103 - In the Old Testement, the base of the religion, it clarifies o…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/26/2013 on the prophecy is a clever... 0
User avatar #104 - hudis (11/26/2013) [-]
That is really pedantic. What the Bible states on the subject of the Bible itself is not relevant; everyone knows that it wasn't written in a fortnight, so to speak. The Bible is not 100% dogmatic - like I said, even Christians several hundred years ago knew that. And no, you are not educating anyone, you are expressing what you believe is true on this subject. To say that you are now educating me on the Bible is like saying that I would be educating you on conservatism if I said that you aren't a true conservative if you didn't vote for Mitt Romney.

Point is, the Bible says many things and times have changed a lot since it stopped being edited. It has gone through numerous translations and alterations since its ancient origin, and if you were to compare what is said in the original Hebrew/Greek versions to today's version, I'm certain you would find a huge amount of differences even after the development of the NIV Bible.
User avatar #105 - iLime (11/27/2013) [-]
Your skull is really thick if you honestly can't understand what i'm saying. I'm saying that believing in Jesus is the basis of religion, and the pope is saying you can get to heaven otherwise. It's like saying America can become a dictatorship because the constitution that listed the basic beliefs of the country was written a while ago.
User avatar #106 - hudis (11/27/2013) [-]
That's the third time now you're being condescending for no reason. I'm not sure it's worth keeping up this discussion. Clearly you and I have very different ideas on what makes a good religious person.

And no, it isn't like the constitution analogy. See, the constitution was written to be the foundation of law and order within the independent states of America - but we don't know if the Bible was even written for the same reason. There are many scholars of theology who believe that that the Bible was intended to be allegorical and open to interpretation, to work more as a guideline than a book of laws and rules and threats. You are acting as if the Bible was written by one person, with one purpose and that it can only be interpreted in one way. I personally think that's wrong - and like I said, so do a lot of people who are more educated on the subject than you and I.
User avatar #107 - iLime (11/27/2013) [-]
Im not talking about interpretations, im talking about the straight up number 1 part of the religion that it is constructed around. The fact that if you want to be christian and go to heaven you must follow jesus. If you think otherwise then you probably are not part of a church and are looking for a random debate to make yourself sound smart. If believing in jesus isn't in the religion then it has absolutely no purpose.
User avatar #108 - hudis (11/27/2013) [-]
The thing is that it seems like you think that most christians follow Jesus because they want to go to heaven. I don't think that's the case. Religion has to do with so much more than a selfish desire for an afterlife.

I agree, if you don't believe in Jesus, you are not a christian. However, the Pope did not say that atheists are christians. He just said that they too gain access to heaven upon death. Does that make christians less christians? I don't think so. If you truly believe and you truly have faith, you don't need the promise of a paradise to keep believing in God.
#98 - Sweet. 11/26/2013 on the prophecy is a clever... 0
#96 - The bible is the law of christianity. It is based off of all o…  [+] (9 new replies) 11/26/2013 on the prophecy is a clever... 0
User avatar #99 - hudis (11/26/2013) [-]
Those are your beliefs, and that pastor's beliefs. You will find plenty among the clergy of equal faith, conviction and knowledge who disagree.

Besides, the Bible wasn't written in a day, a week or a year. It was written over more than a thousand years. It's not up to anyone to make any absolute statements about it, in my opinion.
User avatar #103 - iLime (11/26/2013) [-]
In the Old Testement, the base of the religion, it clarifies on the fact that if you do not believe in jesus then you cannot go to heaven. Noone of the religion can disagree with that if they are of equal faith conviction or knowledge. If they disagree with that then they disagree with the religion. This is not my personal opinion, this is the foundation of the church. The bible is stated to be God's word so if any christian really disagrees with the bible they are not a christian. There is no debate here, I am just educating you on the subject.
User avatar #104 - hudis (11/26/2013) [-]
That is really pedantic. What the Bible states on the subject of the Bible itself is not relevant; everyone knows that it wasn't written in a fortnight, so to speak. The Bible is not 100% dogmatic - like I said, even Christians several hundred years ago knew that. And no, you are not educating anyone, you are expressing what you believe is true on this subject. To say that you are now educating me on the Bible is like saying that I would be educating you on conservatism if I said that you aren't a true conservative if you didn't vote for Mitt Romney.

Point is, the Bible says many things and times have changed a lot since it stopped being edited. It has gone through numerous translations and alterations since its ancient origin, and if you were to compare what is said in the original Hebrew/Greek versions to today's version, I'm certain you would find a huge amount of differences even after the development of the NIV Bible.
User avatar #105 - iLime (11/27/2013) [-]
Your skull is really thick if you honestly can't understand what i'm saying. I'm saying that believing in Jesus is the basis of religion, and the pope is saying you can get to heaven otherwise. It's like saying America can become a dictatorship because the constitution that listed the basic beliefs of the country was written a while ago.
User avatar #106 - hudis (11/27/2013) [-]
That's the third time now you're being condescending for no reason. I'm not sure it's worth keeping up this discussion. Clearly you and I have very different ideas on what makes a good religious person.

And no, it isn't like the constitution analogy. See, the constitution was written to be the foundation of law and order within the independent states of America - but we don't know if the Bible was even written for the same reason. There are many scholars of theology who believe that that the Bible was intended to be allegorical and open to interpretation, to work more as a guideline than a book of laws and rules and threats. You are acting as if the Bible was written by one person, with one purpose and that it can only be interpreted in one way. I personally think that's wrong - and like I said, so do a lot of people who are more educated on the subject than you and I.
User avatar #107 - iLime (11/27/2013) [-]
Im not talking about interpretations, im talking about the straight up number 1 part of the religion that it is constructed around. The fact that if you want to be christian and go to heaven you must follow jesus. If you think otherwise then you probably are not part of a church and are looking for a random debate to make yourself sound smart. If believing in jesus isn't in the religion then it has absolutely no purpose.
User avatar #108 - hudis (11/27/2013) [-]
The thing is that it seems like you think that most christians follow Jesus because they want to go to heaven. I don't think that's the case. Religion has to do with so much more than a selfish desire for an afterlife.

I agree, if you don't believe in Jesus, you are not a christian. However, the Pope did not say that atheists are christians. He just said that they too gain access to heaven upon death. Does that make christians less christians? I don't think so. If you truly believe and you truly have faith, you don't need the promise of a paradise to keep believing in God.
User avatar #97 - bible (11/26/2013) [-]
You've broken the record of mentioning me

That's like 6 times in the last two minutes
User avatar #98 - iLime (11/26/2013) [-]
Sweet.
#94 - Such wow. Much alpha, if your so ******* alpha wh… 11/26/2013 on the prophecy is a clever... 0
#93 - Exactly, thats why he's not a good pope, the bible acts as a c…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/26/2013 on the prophecy is a clever... 0
User avatar #100 - halotalim (11/26/2013) [-]
The entire accepted laws of the pope accepted by the Catholic CHurch is one of the reasons I have a problem with the Roman Catholic church.
#92 - What im saying is that if the people who believe the exact opp…  [+] (11 new replies) 11/26/2013 on the prophecy is a clever... 0
User avatar #95 - hudis (11/26/2013) [-]
The church has gone through multiple reforms since it's beginning - and even in the middle ages, a lot of people knew that the Bible was largely allegorical. The matter is certainly up for debate, and has been debated for the last 2000 years, but I think the Bible's purpose is to teach Christians to be good people, not to force them unto their knees before God.

If abolishing traditional values and teachings benefits all and sundry, strengthens the Church and makes its followers better people, then he is doing a good job as a Pope, as I see it. Then again, I am obviously biased because I'm not a big fan of 'tradition for the sake of tradition' anyway.
User avatar #96 - iLime (11/26/2013) [-]
The bible is the law of christianity. It is based off of all of it. I can't really argue with it because i can tell you're not very educated in matters of the bible(not calling you dumb). If you talked to the pastor of a real church, not a church that flows with modern day living and shapes to fit modern day values and lifestyle he will tell you that the church isn't what should ever change. If you want to make it to heaven you must change not the church. The best path will always be the one hardest to follow.
User avatar #99 - hudis (11/26/2013) [-]
Those are your beliefs, and that pastor's beliefs. You will find plenty among the clergy of equal faith, conviction and knowledge who disagree.

Besides, the Bible wasn't written in a day, a week or a year. It was written over more than a thousand years. It's not up to anyone to make any absolute statements about it, in my opinion.
User avatar #103 - iLime (11/26/2013) [-]
In the Old Testement, the base of the religion, it clarifies on the fact that if you do not believe in jesus then you cannot go to heaven. Noone of the religion can disagree with that if they are of equal faith conviction or knowledge. If they disagree with that then they disagree with the religion. This is not my personal opinion, this is the foundation of the church. The bible is stated to be God's word so if any christian really disagrees with the bible they are not a christian. There is no debate here, I am just educating you on the subject.
User avatar #104 - hudis (11/26/2013) [-]
That is really pedantic. What the Bible states on the subject of the Bible itself is not relevant; everyone knows that it wasn't written in a fortnight, so to speak. The Bible is not 100% dogmatic - like I said, even Christians several hundred years ago knew that. And no, you are not educating anyone, you are expressing what you believe is true on this subject. To say that you are now educating me on the Bible is like saying that I would be educating you on conservatism if I said that you aren't a true conservative if you didn't vote for Mitt Romney.

Point is, the Bible says many things and times have changed a lot since it stopped being edited. It has gone through numerous translations and alterations since its ancient origin, and if you were to compare what is said in the original Hebrew/Greek versions to today's version, I'm certain you would find a huge amount of differences even after the development of the NIV Bible.
User avatar #105 - iLime (11/27/2013) [-]
Your skull is really thick if you honestly can't understand what i'm saying. I'm saying that believing in Jesus is the basis of religion, and the pope is saying you can get to heaven otherwise. It's like saying America can become a dictatorship because the constitution that listed the basic beliefs of the country was written a while ago.
User avatar #106 - hudis (11/27/2013) [-]
That's the third time now you're being condescending for no reason. I'm not sure it's worth keeping up this discussion. Clearly you and I have very different ideas on what makes a good religious person.

And no, it isn't like the constitution analogy. See, the constitution was written to be the foundation of law and order within the independent states of America - but we don't know if the Bible was even written for the same reason. There are many scholars of theology who believe that that the Bible was intended to be allegorical and open to interpretation, to work more as a guideline than a book of laws and rules and threats. You are acting as if the Bible was written by one person, with one purpose and that it can only be interpreted in one way. I personally think that's wrong - and like I said, so do a lot of people who are more educated on the subject than you and I.
User avatar #107 - iLime (11/27/2013) [-]
Im not talking about interpretations, im talking about the straight up number 1 part of the religion that it is constructed around. The fact that if you want to be christian and go to heaven you must follow jesus. If you think otherwise then you probably are not part of a church and are looking for a random debate to make yourself sound smart. If believing in jesus isn't in the religion then it has absolutely no purpose.
User avatar #108 - hudis (11/27/2013) [-]
The thing is that it seems like you think that most christians follow Jesus because they want to go to heaven. I don't think that's the case. Religion has to do with so much more than a selfish desire for an afterlife.

I agree, if you don't believe in Jesus, you are not a christian. However, the Pope did not say that atheists are christians. He just said that they too gain access to heaven upon death. Does that make christians less christians? I don't think so. If you truly believe and you truly have faith, you don't need the promise of a paradise to keep believing in God.
User avatar #97 - bible (11/26/2013) [-]
You've broken the record of mentioning me

That's like 6 times in the last two minutes
User avatar #98 - iLime (11/26/2013) [-]
Sweet.
#91 - The bible is the law of christianity and he is teaching the wr… 11/26/2013 on the prophecy is a clever... 0
#89 - Im starting to think so because he is telling people they can … 11/26/2013 on the prophecy is a clever... 0
#87 - Jesus was nailed to the cross because people hated him for sta… 11/26/2013 on the prophecy is a clever... 0
#86 - I hope this picture explains why hes not a very good pope.  [+] (13 new replies) 11/26/2013 on the prophecy is a clever... -1
User avatar #90 - hudis (11/26/2013) [-]
I don't know if you realise, but gradually reforming the Catholic Church creates shitloads of enemies. There are plenty of people who don't like this Pope - many of whom are people in positions of power. Multiple Italian mafia clans, for example.
User avatar #92 - iLime (11/26/2013) [-]
What im saying is that if the people who believe the exact opposite of what you believe are starting to like you (or what you say about what you believe) then you are probably doing something wrong. In this case the pope is going against what is written in the bible and teaching people the wrong things like "you can get into heaven without believeing in jesus." which is opposing nearly everything that this religionn is based off of.
User avatar #95 - hudis (11/26/2013) [-]
The church has gone through multiple reforms since it's beginning - and even in the middle ages, a lot of people knew that the Bible was largely allegorical. The matter is certainly up for debate, and has been debated for the last 2000 years, but I think the Bible's purpose is to teach Christians to be good people, not to force them unto their knees before God.

If abolishing traditional values and teachings benefits all and sundry, strengthens the Church and makes its followers better people, then he is doing a good job as a Pope, as I see it. Then again, I am obviously biased because I'm not a big fan of 'tradition for the sake of tradition' anyway.
User avatar #96 - iLime (11/26/2013) [-]
The bible is the law of christianity. It is based off of all of it. I can't really argue with it because i can tell you're not very educated in matters of the bible(not calling you dumb). If you talked to the pastor of a real church, not a church that flows with modern day living and shapes to fit modern day values and lifestyle he will tell you that the church isn't what should ever change. If you want to make it to heaven you must change not the church. The best path will always be the one hardest to follow.
User avatar #99 - hudis (11/26/2013) [-]
Those are your beliefs, and that pastor's beliefs. You will find plenty among the clergy of equal faith, conviction and knowledge who disagree.

Besides, the Bible wasn't written in a day, a week or a year. It was written over more than a thousand years. It's not up to anyone to make any absolute statements about it, in my opinion.
User avatar #103 - iLime (11/26/2013) [-]
In the Old Testement, the base of the religion, it clarifies on the fact that if you do not believe in jesus then you cannot go to heaven. Noone of the religion can disagree with that if they are of equal faith conviction or knowledge. If they disagree with that then they disagree with the religion. This is not my personal opinion, this is the foundation of the church. The bible is stated to be God's word so if any christian really disagrees with the bible they are not a christian. There is no debate here, I am just educating you on the subject.
User avatar #104 - hudis (11/26/2013) [-]
That is really pedantic. What the Bible states on the subject of the Bible itself is not relevant; everyone knows that it wasn't written in a fortnight, so to speak. The Bible is not 100% dogmatic - like I said, even Christians several hundred years ago knew that. And no, you are not educating anyone, you are expressing what you believe is true on this subject. To say that you are now educating me on the Bible is like saying that I would be educating you on conservatism if I said that you aren't a true conservative if you didn't vote for Mitt Romney.

Point is, the Bible says many things and times have changed a lot since it stopped being edited. It has gone through numerous translations and alterations since its ancient origin, and if you were to compare what is said in the original Hebrew/Greek versions to today's version, I'm certain you would find a huge amount of differences even after the development of the NIV Bible.
User avatar #105 - iLime (11/27/2013) [-]
Your skull is really thick if you honestly can't understand what i'm saying. I'm saying that believing in Jesus is the basis of religion, and the pope is saying you can get to heaven otherwise. It's like saying America can become a dictatorship because the constitution that listed the basic beliefs of the country was written a while ago.
User avatar #106 - hudis (11/27/2013) [-]
That's the third time now you're being condescending for no reason. I'm not sure it's worth keeping up this discussion. Clearly you and I have very different ideas on what makes a good religious person.

And no, it isn't like the constitution analogy. See, the constitution was written to be the foundation of law and order within the independent states of America - but we don't know if the Bible was even written for the same reason. There are many scholars of theology who believe that that the Bible was intended to be allegorical and open to interpretation, to work more as a guideline than a book of laws and rules and threats. You are acting as if the Bible was written by one person, with one purpose and that it can only be interpreted in one way. I personally think that's wrong - and like I said, so do a lot of people who are more educated on the subject than you and I.
User avatar #107 - iLime (11/27/2013) [-]
Im not talking about interpretations, im talking about the straight up number 1 part of the religion that it is constructed around. The fact that if you want to be christian and go to heaven you must follow jesus. If you think otherwise then you probably are not part of a church and are looking for a random debate to make yourself sound smart. If believing in jesus isn't in the religion then it has absolutely no purpose.
User avatar #108 - hudis (11/27/2013) [-]
The thing is that it seems like you think that most christians follow Jesus because they want to go to heaven. I don't think that's the case. Religion has to do with so much more than a selfish desire for an afterlife.

I agree, if you don't believe in Jesus, you are not a christian. However, the Pope did not say that atheists are christians. He just said that they too gain access to heaven upon death. Does that make christians less christians? I don't think so. If you truly believe and you truly have faith, you don't need the promise of a paradise to keep believing in God.
User avatar #97 - bible (11/26/2013) [-]
You've broken the record of mentioning me

That's like 6 times in the last two minutes
User avatar #98 - iLime (11/26/2013) [-]
Sweet.
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How do you know it's a uk date?
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User avatar #69 - commontroll (11/09/2013) [-]
This is amazing. I love how they're just like "Yup. We're famous for cock drawings. Deal with it."
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>Email address you actually check
This guy's got my attention..
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Haha, this man is an innovator.
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so its a social networking site with dicks... well It has my respect but not my membership
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Brilliant
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This needs to be stickied in order for everyone to see
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no, no, no. anything but stickying things, it only incourages thumb whoring
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