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8 minutes ago, Nigelp said:

that was supposed to merge

is there a god?

Is There a God? - The Implications"Is there a God?" is not a difficult question. The question that seems most perplexing is, "why are we determined to explain away God?" Let's give credit where credit is due. It seems that if there is a God, then we would be His creatures, and therefore, accountable to Him. Of course, this is not acceptable to a determined portion of mankind's intelligentsia. These "scholars" have a good control of the majority through arenas such as the public school system and the broadcast media. We are not exposed to both alternatives. We're not taught the problems with evolution, naturalism and materialism. We are simply taught the Big Bang is fact. The result is that we are not educated, we are indoctrinated. Unfortunately, the ultimate result is that we and our children are taught that there is no Divine Lawmaker, and therefore, there is no absolute law or morality. Everything in today's society, including moral codes and civil laws, are merely relative. "Survival of the fittest!" is the rally cry. No one stops to consider why or how morality developed, or that it seems to only function as a means for the survival of the weakest. Because we are taught there is no God, what would cause us to consider that perhaps there is a God and He instituted morality? Evolution is unable to account for the development of the moral code inherent in all of us. We simply ignore this truth, just as we seem to be ignoring God altogether. Society suffers tremendously as a result of our children being taught we share a common heritage with rocks and plants. Individuality, meaning and purpose no longer mean anything. And we wonder why our kids act like animals today.

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2 minutes ago, mcb2007 said:

Is There a God? - The Implications"Is there a God?" is not a difficult question. The question that seems most perplexing is, "why are we determined to explain away God?" Let's give credit where credit is due. It seems that if there is a God, then we would be His creatures, and therefore, accountable to Him. Of course, this is not acceptable to a determined portion of mankind's intelligentsia. These "scholars" have a good control of the majority through arenas such as the public school system and the broadcast media. We are not exposed to both alternatives. We're not taught the problems with evolution, naturalism and materialism. We are simply taught the Big Bang is fact. The result is that we are not educated, we are indoctrinated. Unfortunately, the ultimate result is that we and our children are taught that there is no Divine Lawmaker, and therefore, there is no absolute law or morality. Everything in today's society, including moral codes and civil laws, are merely relative. "Survival of the fittest!" is the rally cry. No one stops to consider why or how morality developed, or that it seems to only function as a means for the survival of the weakest. Because we are taught there is no God, what would cause us to consider that perhaps there is a God and He instituted morality? Evolution is unable to account for the development of the moral code inherent in all of us. We simply ignore this truth, just as we seem to be ignoring God altogether. Society suffers tremendously as a result of our children being taught we share a common heritage with rocks and plants. Individuality, meaning and purpose no longer mean anything. And we wonder why our kids act like animals today.

blimey! better go and watch whistle down the wind 

 

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1 minute ago, mcb2007 said:

Is There a God? - The Implications"Is there a God?" is not a difficult question. The question that seems most perplexing is, "why are we determined to explain away God?" Let's give credit where credit is due. It seems that if there is a God, then we would be His creatures, and therefore, accountable to Him. Of course, this is not acceptable to a determined portion of mankind's intelligentsia. These "scholars" have a good control of the majority through arenas such as the public school system and the broadcast media. We are not exposed to both alternatives. We're not taught the problems with evolution, naturalism and materialism. We are simply taught the Big Bang is fact. The result is that we are not educated, we are indoctrinated. Unfortunately, the ultimate result is that we and our children are taught that there is no Divine Lawmaker, and therefore, there is no absolute law or morality. Everything in today's society, including moral codes and civil laws, are merely relative. "Survival of the fittest!" is the rally cry. No one stops to consider why or how morality developed, or that it seems to only function as a means for the survival of the weakest. Because we are taught there is no God, what would cause us to consider that perhaps there is a God and He instituted morality? Evolution is unable to account for the development of the moral code inherent in all of us. We simply ignore this truth, just as we seem to be ignoring God altogether. Society suffers tremendously as a result of our children being taught we share a common heritage with rocks and plants. Individuality, meaning and purpose no longer mean anything. And we wonder why our kids act like animals today.

Hmm..........but it doesn't mention Seiko. :tumbleweed:

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5 minutes ago, Karrusel said:

Hmm..........but it doesn't mention Seiko. :tumbleweed:

Numquid non est Deus? - Effectus Quod 'militia est vita a Deo? " Non est difficilis quaestio est. In questione perplexa, ut videtur maxime esse, "quod sint determinatae ad purganda nobis Deus?" Lets dare credit in quo est gratia. Videtur, quod si illic est a Deo, tunc non esset eius creaturae: ergo et, sibi regiminis rationem. Sed hoc non potest pars hominum intelligentsia determinatum. Haec «scholarium« boni maioris per potestatem publicam scholam systema sicut pulvis et passim media. Nos autem non patere utroque membro. Nos autem non est doceri problems cum evolutione, et de natura rerum materialium. Non solum docuit nos fecit magnum CREPITUS sit facto. Ex quo fit ut non eruditi sumus fratrum debebant. Infeliciter, quod est ultimum eventum nobis abstulit ac filiis nostris sunt doceri non possit aliquod Divinum, qui est legislator, et ergo non est absolutum legis ac disciplinae moralis. Omnia in hodiernae societatis, inter moralis et civilis codicibus legibus modo esse dicuntur. "Salvos aptissimum!" clamor concursum est. Aut cur non expendit diam moralis seu medii ratione videtur tantum superesset debilissimus. Nos docuit quia non est Deus, quid faciam ut ad suas res, quae fortasse sit a Deo et instituta et mores? Et ideo non est evolutio et development de moribus conveniebat nos profundius omnibus inest. Non simpliciter ignorare haec veritas, ut videtur justo Dei, ut neglecta sit. Vehementer dolet liberos ex societate communis hereditas sumus edocti saxis herbas. Quod individuatio, sumimus et quo tendimus aliquid non vult. Et miramur cur animalia agunt pellentesque elit.

(ante diebus nostris) sana risus abyssi. :laughing2dw::laughing2dw:

 

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2 minutes ago, WRENCH said:

Numquid non est Deus? - Effectus Quod 'militia est vita a Deo? " Non est difficilis quaestio est. In questione perplexa, ut videtur maxime esse, "quod sint determinatae ad purganda nobis Deus?" Lets dare credit in quo est gratia. Videtur, quod si illic est a Deo, tunc non esset eius creaturae: ergo et, sibi regiminis rationem. Sed hoc non potest pars hominum intelligentsia determinatum. Haec «scholarium« boni maioris per potestatem publicam scholam systema sicut pulvis et passim media. Nos autem non patere utroque membro. Nos autem non est doceri problems cum evolutione, et de natura rerum materialium. Non solum docuit nos fecit magnum CREPITUS sit facto. Ex quo fit ut non eruditi sumus fratrum debebant. Infeliciter, quod est ultimum eventum nobis abstulit ac filiis nostris sunt doceri non possit aliquod Divinum, qui est legislator, et ergo non est absolutum legis ac disciplinae moralis. Omnia in hodiernae societatis, inter moralis et civilis codicibus legibus modo esse dicuntur. "Salvos aptissimum!" clamor concursum est. Aut cur non expendit diam moralis seu medii ratione videtur tantum superesset debilissimus. Nos docuit quia non est Deus, quid faciam ut ad suas res, quae fortasse sit a Deo et instituta et mores? Et ideo non est evolutio et development de moribus conveniebat nos profundius omnibus inest. Non simpliciter ignorare haec veritas, ut videtur justo Dei, ut neglecta sit. Vehementer dolet liberos ex societate communis hereditas sumus edocti saxis herbas. Quod individuatio, sumimus et quo tendimus aliquid non vult. Et miramur cur animalia agunt pellentesque elit.

(ante diebus nostris) sana risus abyssi. :laughing2dw::laughing2dw:

 

Behave!

You know I'm not very bright........I've just bought a Seiko.

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7 minutes ago, WRENCH said:

Numquid non est Deus? - Effectus Quod 'militia est vita a Deo? " Non est difficilis quaestio est. In questione perplexa, ut videtur maxime esse, "quod sint determinatae ad purganda nobis Deus?" Lets dare credit in quo est gratia. Videtur, quod si illic est a Deo, tunc non esset eius creaturae: ergo et, sibi regiminis rationem. Sed hoc non potest pars hominum intelligentsia determinatum. Haec «scholarium« boni maioris per potestatem publicam scholam systema sicut pulvis et passim media. Nos autem non patere utroque membro. Nos autem non est doceri problems cum evolutione, et de natura rerum materialium. Non solum docuit nos fecit magnum CREPITUS sit facto. Ex quo fit ut non eruditi sumus fratrum debebant. Infeliciter, quod est ultimum eventum nobis abstulit ac filiis nostris sunt doceri non possit aliquod Divinum, qui est legislator, et ergo non est absolutum legis ac disciplinae moralis. Omnia in hodiernae societatis, inter moralis et civilis codicibus legibus modo esse dicuntur. "Salvos aptissimum!" clamor concursum est. Aut cur non expendit diam moralis seu medii ratione videtur tantum superesset debilissimus. Nos docuit quia non est Deus, quid faciam ut ad suas res, quae fortasse sit a Deo et instituta et mores? Et ideo non est evolutio et development de moribus conveniebat nos profundius omnibus inest. Non simpliciter ignorare haec veritas, ut videtur justo Dei, ut neglecta sit. Vehementer dolet liberos ex societate communis hereditas sumus edocti saxis herbas. Quod individuatio, sumimus et quo tendimus aliquid non vult. Et miramur cur animalia agunt pellentesque elit.

(ante diebus nostris) sana risus abyssi. :laughing2dw::laughing2dw:

 

Pardon

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As an asides

Is that a script from one of those tally 80's pornos with the nuns in it ??

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2 hours ago, mcb2007 said:

Is There a God? - The Implications"Is there a God?" is not a difficult question. The question that seems most perplexing is, "why are we determined to explain away God?" Let's give credit where credit is due. It seems that if there is a God, then we would be His creatures, and therefore, accountable to Him. Of course, this is not acceptable to a determined portion of mankind's intelligentsia. These "scholars" have a good control of the majority through arenas such as the public school system and the broadcast media. We are not exposed to both alternatives. We're not taught the problems with evolution, naturalism and materialism. We are simply taught the Big Bang is fact. The result is that we are not educated, we are indoctrinated. Unfortunately, the ultimate result is that we and our children are taught that there is no Divine Lawmaker, and therefore, there is no absolute law or morality. Everything in today's society, including moral codes and civil laws, are merely relative. "Survival of the fittest!" is the rally cry. No one stops to consider why or how morality developed, or that it seems to only function as a means for the survival of the weakest. Because we are taught there is no God, what would cause us to consider that perhaps there is a God and He instituted morality? Evolution is unable to account for the development of the moral code inherent in all of us. We simply ignore this truth, just as we seem to be ignoring God altogether. Society suffers tremendously as a result of our children being taught we share a common heritage with rocks and plants. Individuality, meaning and purpose no longer mean anything. And we wonder why our kids act like animals today.

Of course anybody who has traveled in the Middle East couldn't have failed to notice that the indigenous population isn't caucasian and the grey beardie type.

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And this sprog from a virgin idea!!

:whistle:

But hey ho lets' not let that get in the way of a good fairytale.

:laugh: :laugh:

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7 hours ago, mcb2007 said:

Is There a God? - The Implications"Is there a God?" is not a difficult question. The question that seems most perplexing is, "why are we determined to explain away God?" Let's give credit where credit is due. It seems that if there is a God, then we would be His creatures, and therefore, accountable to Him. Of course, this is not acceptable to a determined portion of mankind's intelligentsia. These "scholars" have a good control of the majority through arenas such as the public school system and the broadcast media. We are not exposed to both alternatives. We're not taught the problems with evolution, naturalism and materialism. We are simply taught the Big Bang is fact. The result is that we are not educated, we are indoctrinated. Unfortunately, the ultimate result is that we and our children are taught that there is no Divine Lawmaker, and therefore, there is no absolute law or morality. Everything in today's society, including moral codes and civil laws, are merely relative. "Survival of the fittest!" is the rally cry. No one stops to consider why or how morality developed, or that it seems to only function as a means for the survival of the weakest. Because we are taught there is no God, what would cause us to consider that perhaps there is a God and He instituted morality? Evolution is unable to account for the development of the moral code inherent in all of us. We simply ignore this truth, just as we seem to be ignoring God altogether. Society suffers tremendously as a result of our children being taught we share a common heritage with rocks and plants. Individuality, meaning and purpose no longer mean anything. And we wonder why our kids act like animals today.

Bollocks, all we got rammed down our throats at school was how there was a God, some strange hippy fella coming into school to sing happy clappy songs and eat the heads off flowers to show that "God provides for all":bash:

Still don't believe in any of that crap!

Nice watches on show though:tongue:

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