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#111 - Technically, yes. But we all know that discrimination = po…  [+] (1 reply) 10/11/2016 on Soho Pharmacy is now... +1
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#133 - timmywankenobi (10/11/2016) [-]
the courts rarely see it that way when it comes to public businesses .
#57 - What?? No! The New Testament does not refute the Old. If a…  [+] (18 replies) 06/24/2016 on The bible is bad for you. +1
#60 - hexenisalive (06/24/2016) [-]
New testament is like a patch to the old one, some things SHOULD be interpreted with new testament in mind.
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#65 - civicdoodies (06/24/2016) [-]
The NT is making clear the exact prophecy from the OT. Even within the NT there is confusion amongst the disciples as they have no real idea of why Jesus is there, even up to his very death, telling him to essentially stop talking crazy, and chopping off people's ears to stop him from being crucified. But after His death the mystery is revealed and there is a much more complete, accurate understanding of all that the OT talked about
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#89 - popeflatus (06/24/2016) [-]
So much of the Bible is myth though.
#127 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
It's just that I've never seen somebody so vehemently attack religion in a fairly objective religious discussion before
#123 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
Dude, where you molested by a priest or something?
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#67 - civicdoodies (06/24/2016) [-]
There had never been a clear understanding of who or what the messiah would be, all through the OT. Jesus was that messiah, but he came to save people - all people - from their sins, not become a physical ruler on earth as they thought (and yes, eventually He will rule on earth, but the main point is heart issues, not temporal matters)
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#124 - popeflatus (06/24/2016) [-]
There is no proof that he existed let alone any evidence of him coming to rule the Earth.
#128 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
Actually most historians agree that there was a man named Jesus who lived at the that time. There are plenty of non-religious documents from the time that mention him.
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#129 - popeflatus (06/24/2016) [-]
What documents exist that came from the time he was alive?
#132 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
Census data, historical documents, government records, things of those sorts.
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#133 - popeflatus (06/24/2016) [-]
Can you be more specific and provide an example?
#134 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
I'm at work dude, you have access to Google
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#136 - popeflatus (06/24/2016) [-]
For such amazing documents you'd know them off hand of be able to find them easily. There are however no such documents in existence. Most historians think Jesus existed because they themselves are Christians. There's no reason to think the stories about him in the bible are true.
#138 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
You see, your problem is assuming that I have more than just a passing interest in this subject. I feel like you think I'm trying to defend my religion here or something, when in reality I'm an atheist who just happens to find religion as a subject fascinating.
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#139 - popeflatus (06/24/2016) [-]
Not fascinating enough to know that there are no documents of which you speak.
#143 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
You seem like a pretty educated dude, and I'm not saying you're wrong. I'm just saying, it doesn't matter. I don't believe in Christianity, but I understand why some people would. Life is hard, and if believing in something that makes life less hard helps people get through it with their sanity intact, then who are we to take that from them? Anyways, I must return to work now, but I enjoyed our discussion so thumb for you.
#141 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
No I suppose you're not wrong there. I don't care enough to research and memorize all the details about the life, or lack thereof, of a man from 2,000 years ago. That doesn't change the fact that his life, or at least the story of his life, was easily one of the most influential things to shape the world as we know it today.
#66 - hexenisalive (06/24/2016) [-]
That's how faith works.
He gave them enough evidence to test their faith.
When you are sure of something, then you don't have a room for the faith. Faith turns into knowledge. But knowledge about existence of God is not something God would want.
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#156 - You are missing two things here. Yes, before the draft, th…  [+] (1 reply) 04/07/2016 on Warriors for Justice of the... 0
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#160 - brobathehutt (04/07/2016) [-]
Read what the fuck I just posted early you mouth breather. White men who didn't own property had the right to vote from 1824 onward. There wasn't a draft for another 100 years. Black men had the right to vote (the states prevented it as best as they could but it was still constitutional right none the less) after 1856. Men had the right to vote without ANY ties to the military and always did. Women could very rarely vote if their state constitution was unclear (most of this was under the Articles of Confederation) and most of the time if they DID vote their vote wasn't counted. There were only 2 states that this ever really occurred in because every other state explicitly stated white male land owners, but those 2 states did not count women's votes because they had meant to imply that only white men with property could vote like every other state at that time.
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