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31-07-2016, 04:10 PM (This post was last modified: 31-07-2016 04:26 PM by pasadi97.)
RE: Christianity for busy thinking people
(28-07-2016 10:57 PM)Astreja Wrote:  
(28-07-2016 09:11 PM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  A program can produce numbers at random. A coin can land on either side. But even these things happen for a reason the program was written for such, and the coin was flicked at a specific velocity, spin, and height. That along with gravity and surface it strikes or lands on determine what side it lands on. Technically it isn't random at all.

A question I've been pondering: Could quantum indeterminacy allow for a non-deterministic universe, and hence true randomness at some level?

Astreja I can not read you. You seem to have some beef against christianity on surface but internally I think you like Christianity.

Anyhow you need prayer to escape sickness of Atheism. While trying to pray I became easily diverted and I continue very hard. Find somebody to pray for you. Do google search for prayer group.

Saint Augustine is an example. On his youth he had many parties but his mom prayed for him and cryied to God and he became a great Saint.

Prayer can give you a happy afterlife.
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31-07-2016, 04:18 PM
RE: Christianity for busy thinking people
(31-07-2016 04:02 PM)pasadi97 Wrote:  
(31-07-2016 01:03 PM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  The revelation didn't verify my path was right. It is what gave me initial faith and showed me many things.

I am not yet baptised and do not confess my sins per say.

I believe both of those, while of the utmost importance, are too for a singular, right time. I do not intend to knowingly offer up my confessions and sacrifices repeatedly, nor do I wish to make the work of GOD in my life to little effect by hastily offering up myself and my sin without the fulfilment of the time needed or the lessons learned.

If you really want a description of my initial salvation event that happened to me then I can on you a copy I wrote for someone else a while back. I'm not sure that the majority here would want me to post it here, as I have given some version or another here, at this forum before on more than one occasion.

I'm not sure what you are offering me friend. I do not feel the need for anything from any church denomination.

When it is time for me to be baptized, I will most likely do it outdoors in a river. As far as who would do the baptizing; I don't know, but denomination wouldn't have too much to do with it as traditional or Orthodox Christians most likely wouldn't be down with an outdoor baptism.

You still seem to think I am a sda or Mormon or something. Please understand that I do not believe there is any reason for divided sects of Christianity or faith in GOD. I find sda doctrine to be good and their followers to be zealous. My dealings with Mormon's has been brief yet pleasant as well. Calvinist doctrine seems right to me also. So does Zoroastrian doctrine.

I can pick apart pieces of nearly all Christian sects. Orthodox the most. But I choose not to. I seem to have a great potential to build or destroy. I don't wish to destroy any thing of faith in one benevolent creator GOD. In fact; I don't want to destroy anything anymore. I admit that I am still learning things, and must tread carefully. I also admit that I too have a great potential to do nothing at all but waste away.

May GOD guide us all by His will and time, for the sake of all creation.

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Pops you can send a message with revelation on PM. From what you told me I think you are on your way to trouble in afterlife. I don't think is enough what you are doing.

Go to Church of Jesus Eastewrn Orthodox Church that has right belief and does what is good to save you.'

You did not respond to my question, if I would do my Church would you come to it? What if I make it funier? What if I baptise you in a river? I can't give you nada, neither eternal life neither Heaven but you'll have fun while at Church. Would you come?

I've sent you a personal message.Get baptised ASAP and go to confessions.
Actually I can't get to it. New phone, different version of tapatalk, can't find messages. And most likely wouldn't be able to retrieve the old ones anyway.

You always say I'm doomed to hell bit you never say what made you conclude such.

To be honest; your opinion isn't held with much regard by me personally. And your misplaced concern is needless. You should really seek out/ identify your error, and know another's beliefs and motives before judging them. I'd be happy to talk about what you think my fatal flaws are, but first you need to list them. Unfortunately though, most likely, you will simply repeat your usual pattern.

Still wish you the best. But knowing of your own error, I'm not obligated to pray for you.

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31-07-2016, 04:25 PM
RE: Christianity for busy thinking people
(31-07-2016 04:02 PM)pasadi97 Wrote:  
(31-07-2016 01:03 PM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  The revelation didn't verify my path was right. It is what gave me initial faith and showed me many things.

I am not yet baptised and do not confess my sins per say.

I believe both of those, while of the utmost importance, are too for a singular, right time. I do not intend to knowingly offer up my confessions and sacrifices repeatedly, nor do I wish to make the work of GOD in my life to little effect by hastily offering up myself and my sin without the fulfilment of the time needed or the lessons learned.

If you really want a description of my initial salvation event that happened to me then I can on you a copy I wrote for someone else a while back. I'm not sure that the majority here would want me to post it here, as I have given some version or another here, at this forum before on more than one occasion.

I'm not sure what you are offering me friend. I do not feel the need for anything from any church denomination.

When it is time for me to be baptized, I will most likely do it outdoors in a river. As far as who would do the baptizing; I don't know, but denomination wouldn't have too much to do with it as traditional or Orthodox Christians most likely wouldn't be down with an outdoor baptism.

You still seem to think I am a sda or Mormon or something. Please understand that I do not believe there is any reason for divided sects of Christianity or faith in GOD. I find sda doctrine to be good and their followers to be zealous. My dealings with Mormon's has been brief yet pleasant as well. Calvinist doctrine seems right to me also. So does Zoroastrian doctrine.

I can pick apart pieces of nearly all Christian sects. Orthodox the most. But I choose not to. I seem to have a great potential to build or destroy. I don't wish to destroy any thing of faith in one benevolent creator GOD. In fact; I don't want to destroy anything anymore. I admit that I am still learning things, and must tread carefully. I also admit that I too have a great potential to do nothing at all but waste away.

May GOD guide us all by His will and time, for the sake of all creation.

Peace

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Pops you can send a message with revelation on PM. From what you told me I think you are on your way to trouble in afterlife. I don't think is enough what you are doing.

Go to Church of Jesus Eastewrn Orthodox Church that has right belief and does what is good to save you.'

You did not respond to my question, if I would do my Church would you come to it? What if I make it funier? What if I baptise you in a river? I can't give you nada, neither eternal life neither Heaven but you'll have fun while at Church. Would you come?

I've sent you a personal message.Get baptised ASAP and go to confessions.
I didn't even read that last bit.

What the.. ,why would I go to a church that couldn't help me spiritually?! Why would I expect church to be funny?! That is terrible. Are you involved with a church that doesn't care how they get numbers as long as they get them?!
This is sickening. My stomach literally turned.

Damn any "church" worried with numbers and recreation, rather than direction and sincerity. They are the chaff and will be burned up utterly, as fuel for the fires for all the blasphemous hypocrites.

Now... Now you can claim I'm hell bound you sorry....

Think what you want of me. Spread it as truth for all I care. But please...search yourself, your motives, and their origins.

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31-07-2016, 04:46 PM
RE: Christianity for busy thinking people
(31-07-2016 04:02 PM)pasadi97 Wrote:  From what you told me I think you are on your way to trouble in afterlife. I don't think is enough what you are doing.

(31-07-2016 04:18 PM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  To be honest; your opinion isn't held with much regard by me personally.

Popcorn

Damn, I need more popcorn....

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31-07-2016, 05:39 PM
RE: Christianity for busy thinking people
(31-07-2016 04:02 PM)‘pasadi97 Wrote:  ...fun while at Church.

Nothing like laughing and dancing under a guy nailed to two pieces of wood.

(31-07-2016 04:02 PM)‘pasadi97 Wrote:  Get baptised ASAP and go to confessions.

I’m starting to think pasadi97 has been pushing the proselytizing boundary for a while now. Sure it’s entertaining to see him and pops working themselves into a lather over who is going to heaven and who is going to hell Laughat but still...

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31-07-2016, 05:47 PM
RE: Christianity for busy thinking people
(31-07-2016 04:10 PM)pasadi97 Wrote:  
(28-07-2016 10:57 PM)Astreja Wrote:  A question I've been pondering: Could quantum indeterminacy allow for a non-deterministic universe, and hence true randomness at some level?

Astreja I can not read you. You seem to have some beef against christianity on surface but internally I think you like Christianity.

Anyhow you need prayer to escape sickness of Atheism. While trying to pray I became easily diverted and I continue very hard. Find somebody to pray for you. Do google search for prayer group.

Saint Augustine is an example. On his youth he had many parties but his mom prayed for him and cryied to God and he became a great Saint.

Prayer can give you a happy afterlife.

Prayer can also give you a migraine head ache.
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31-07-2016, 05:59 PM
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(31-07-2016 04:46 PM)unfogged Wrote:  
(31-07-2016 04:02 PM)pasadi97 Wrote:  From what you told me I think you are on your way to trouble in afterlife. I don't think is enough what you are doing.

(31-07-2016 04:18 PM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  To be honest; your opinion isn't held with much regard by me personally.

Popcorn

Damn, I need more popcorn....

Can we share? I've got some extra. How about five tubs......that otta do it.

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31-07-2016, 10:18 PM
RE: Christianity for busy thinking people
(31-07-2016 04:10 PM)pasadi97 Wrote:  Astreja I can not read you. You seem to have some beef against christianity on surface but internally I think you like Christianity.

Heeheeheeheehee! Hahahahahaha! *giggle* *snort*

Uh, no. I despise Christianity with every fibre of My being, Pasadi. Christians invaded My ancestral homeland in Scandinavia 1000 years ago, and I will not forget and I will not forgive. I want compensation at current market value for the lands that were stolen from My family, plus punitive damages for forcing Christianity upon My ancestors at swordpoint.

There is nothing of value in your beliefs that I can't get somewhere else in a far more benign form, without psychologically abusive myths such as that hell nonsense.

I do not pray. If I could pray, though, it would not be to your god but to Myself, and it would be these words:

Quote:May Pasadi lose faith so catastrophically and completely that it demoralizes everyone in his church, causing so many people to leave that the church goes bankrupt for inability to pay its bills.
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31-07-2016, 11:11 PM
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If Jesus was nailed to a post on my corner, I'd go outside and hit his shins with a cricket bat. And his feet.

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Then I'd pray to Vishnu "Oh dear Vishnu, may his shins hurt somewhat and his feet bleed. And can I get a vindaloo? AMEN."

Mmmmmm, vindaloo.

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31-07-2016, 11:20 PM
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Mmm... Vindaloo! Now *that* I can believe in.
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