"@Strega - Yes, you make a very good point. The doG of the bible is very specifically the doG of "ISRAEL" until the sequel came out (the book of Harry potter. No, wait, that other fictitious character... jebus, ya, that's…"
"@Gallup - Interesting. I was under the impression that all of those laws fell under the "holiness code." I guess I should waste my life reading more of the bible. LOL Just kidding!
Anyway, thanks for…"
"@Gallup - Not to mention that Leviticus was not "doG's laws", but rather a holiness code specifically for priests and not for the common man. Plus, the term that is used for "abomination" in that context is better…"
"The problem is that xians will accept any story that supports their superstition regardless of whether it has been proved to be complete bullshit or not. The reference to Ken H. and the grand canyon farce has been disproved by dozens of people, but…"
"I think the point is that doG (I LOVE that spelling! LOL) gives us free will, but if we use it "wrong", we'll be punished for all eternity. We can't be punished for all eternity like most xians would like if we…"
""The xians who say America was founded on xian principles are not altogether wrong."
True, however it's nice to know that we have grown as a society past slavery, women subjugation, and burning people at the stake as…"
"So, what you're saying is that if you throw the term "religiously believes..." around, that makes the conclusion a religion? I do not "religiously believe" in the nonexistence of the supernatural. I do not believe in…"
"With great difficulties. It actually involves partially disarmouring. One learns very quickly to be sure to relieve yourself prior to armouring up. It helps that we tend to get dehydrated, which leads to lower urination…"
"What do you mean "it all matches each other"? The bible has hundreds of contradiction, inconsistencies, logical fallacies and flat out lies. How can you say it matches anything, including itself?
Oh, I know why. Because you…"