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"Wolverine: #49" (Article) - 12/24/2006 3:16:50 PM

Gunner: "Some of you guys have a serious problem making statements you cant back up and insulting my faith in the process" How about you backing up the statement "God exists" with a credible source? How about you backing up the statement "the bible is reliable" with a credible source? Heck, I'd settle for a verse in the bible that defines what a "true christian" is. Why just not take one more thing on faith? Why would a christian need proof of anything?

"Wolverine: #49" (Article) - 12/22/2006 3:58:19 PM

Instead of of a place of name-calling and complaining? Surely you are one of the role-models in this place, muchdrama.

Smell my face! (Blog Post) - 12/22/2006 3:37:53 PM

noblenonsense: "I really wanted to see Captain America (...) team up with the Arabian Knight so they could do some sort of unity between religious/cultural beliefs against violence." There is a reason most comic books are about violence and disagreements (good vs evil, if you will), it is fun to read about. Reading about two heroes learning to respect eachother and think highly of the other guy, is just plain boring. I'd love to read more about religion in comics, though, and not in the kind of way it was dealt with in Preacher, which didn't really connect with reality (an atheist's OR a christian's reality), even though it was a great read. Why pretend that there is no disagreements between religions? Why pretend there are no disagreements between creationists and biologists? As Sam Harris and Richard Dawkins abrasively have pointed out, it is taboo to criticize religion for some reason. That is kind of dumb, but I dare guess why that is: there is no way a religious person can defend his or her (or its) religion to someone not belonging to that same worldview. Had I been religious, I'd rather be quiet than to throw out circular arguments that would have a hard time convincing myself.

"Wolverine: #49" (Article) - 12/22/2006 10:09:07 AM

If you know that the bible is true, if you know that god exists, if you know that people who does not believe in Christ go to hell for an eternity of torture, and if you do nothing to help those people, you are not strong enough in your beliefs. Being a christian must be tough!

"Wolverine: #49" (Article) - 12/22/2006 8:43:07 AM

And gunner, please, don't say "true" christian like YOU can judge something that (you should think) is reserved for God to do. YOU do not know what God thinks about different kinds of christians. And if he is so loving and caring, which you seem to believe, he would not appreciate your apparent hatred of people with another religion (love thy neighbor, biatch). And as you know, the last words of Jesus are not the same in all books of the bible, strange how that works, right? And you claim Jesus was MURDERED on the cross... Is it murder if the one getting killed is willing, or if GOD wants it to happen? Let's ask Abraham about that, or those subject to the many "murders" God committed in the OT. BTW, don't expect the bible to hold any sway over people that are not christians' opinions, to us it is just another Harry Potter book (though, a poorly written one).

"Wolverine: #49" (Article) - 12/22/2006 8:33:38 AM

There are few "clear" messages in the bible, as it contradicts itself in several places (google: bible contradictions for several lists). Not to mention that Jesus himself promotes slavery -- is slavery worse than terrorism? Some would say so, yeah.

Now introducing The Silver Surfer (Article) - 12/22/2006 8:28:56 AM

Let's hope he won't look gayer than Captain America.

Smell my face! (Blog Post) - 12/22/2006 8:27:15 AM

Accidently deleted the wrong thing. Insert me saying christmas is a secular holiday that has nothing to do with christianity here.

Last Minute Holiday Shopping Guide: Part 2 (Article) - 12/20/2006 6:27:26 AM

Nice list, you get a thumbs up from me.

"WWE Smackdown Vs Raw 2007" (Article) - 12/20/2006 6:26:03 AM

What a mess. Not even a boldened word in there.


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