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02-08-2013, 01:54 PM
Question Ariel Castro
FYI: I don't mean this to be insensitive to the victims of Ariel Castro.

However, how does one continue to believe in a God after being though what Ariel Castro's victims went through? How does that not make you say "Hey, maybe this Jesus loves you stuff is B.S.?"

In the court room to Ariel Castro one if his victims said to him: " you’re going to face hell for eternity!" and "What does God think of you hypocritically going to church each Sunday and then coming home to torture us?" Unsure

Religious people, why is your God praised and thanked when a person beats cancer, but not blamed or questioned when we have people like Ariel Castro. Oh, let me guess its because God works in mysterious ways? Dodgy

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02-08-2013, 01:56 PM
RE: Ariel Castro
They want to and they want someone like him to receive punishment for it that they consider worse than anything they could do.

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02-08-2013, 04:54 PM
RE: Ariel Castro
You would at least expect them to follow a realistic path to satisfying their vindictive desires.

Jesus forgives. They should be praying to a Joe Pesci character, if they want his knee's to be broken. Or more realistically, a prison inmate who isn't very kind to child predators.

But, if a person were to stand in front of a courtroom and express a hope for a prisoner to beat him to death, they would have been looked down upon. As opposed to wishing that he be damned for eternity, which is viewed as a more acceptable.

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02-08-2013, 07:02 PM
RE: Ariel Castro
"I'm not a monster, I'm sick."

No, you are a monster, sick monster's still a motherfucking monster.




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02-08-2013, 07:46 PM
RE: Ariel Castro
(02-08-2013 01:54 PM)ashleypersuasion Wrote:  FYI: I don't mean this to be insensitive to the victims of Ariel Castro.

However, how does one continue to believe in a God after being though what Ariel Castro's victims went through? How does that not make you say "Hey, maybe this Jesus loves you stuff is B.S.?"

In the court room to Ariel Castro one if his victims said to him: " you’re going to face hell for eternity!" and "What does God think of you hypocritically going to church each Sunday and then coming home to torture us?" Unsure

Religious people, why is your God praised and thanked when a person beats cancer, but not blamed or questioned when we have people like Ariel Castro. Oh, let me guess its because God works in mysterious ways? Dodgy

I saw that when that other girl was taken years ago (think her family was Mormon) some guy had kidnapped her and when she was found her father went on national tv praising god -- because he just knew god would bring his daughter home. That god wanted his daughter with them....

Of course all the other children that were kidnapped (like Kevin Collins who's been missing since the mid 80s) didn't deserve to be retuned because their families weren't right with god?

God had nothing to do with those poor girls being kidnapped or returned.

Its upsetting to me on many levels.

Oh and they should NEVER have taken the death penalty off the table...now he gets to be a burden...


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02-08-2013, 07:54 PM
RE: Ariel Castro
Given that there are prone to be a lot of people in jail who suffered from child abuse, he isn't going to have a very good time...his fellow inmates will see to that.

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02-08-2013, 08:22 PM
RE: Ariel Castro
(02-08-2013 07:46 PM)Momsurroundedbyboys Wrote:  
(02-08-2013 01:54 PM)ashleypersuasion Wrote:  FYI: I don't mean this to be insensitive to the victims of Ariel Castro.

However, how does one continue to believe in a God after being though what Ariel Castro's victims went through? How does that not make you say "Hey, maybe this Jesus loves you stuff is B.S.?"

In the court room to Ariel Castro one if his victims said to him: " you’re going to face hell for eternity!" and "What does God think of you hypocritically going to church each Sunday and then coming home to torture us?" Unsure

Religious people, why is your God praised and thanked when a person beats cancer, but not blamed or questioned when we have people like Ariel Castro. Oh, let me guess its because God works in mysterious ways? Dodgy

I saw that when that other girl was taken years ago (think her family was Mormon) some guy had kidnapped her and when she was found her father went on national tv praising god -- because he just knew god would bring his daughter home. That god wanted his daughter with them....

Of course all the other children that were kidnapped (like Kevin Collins who's been missing since the mid 80s) didn't deserve to be retuned because their families weren't right with god?

God had nothing to do with those poor girls being kidnapped or returned.

Its upsetting to me on many levels.

Oh and they should NEVER have taken the death penalty off the table...now he gets to be a burden...

Yes and what's conflicting is the girl I quoted in my post also said she rather him spend life in prison becuase death would be too easy. Yet then says he will go to hell for what he's done. If you truly think someone will go to hell wouldn't you rather they die now? living in prison seems like piece of cake compared to what hell is supposed to be.

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