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11-11-2016, 02:20 AM
RE: Everybodies wrong.
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11-11-2016, 05:56 AM
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(11-11-2016 12:17 AM)socialistview Wrote:  But I keep telling you the people were evil a book didn't have to put all that stuff in there even in hindu they cut off the hands of people mabe god himself wouldn't have done anything like that and he came himself to show that. Ghandi went opposite of Hinduism and janism was around so they would have gotten understanding from that and not put stuff like that in. Jesus did meet sadhertha gatama.

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11-11-2016, 05:59 AM
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(10-11-2016 11:08 PM)socialistview Wrote:  So you expect me to throw away some parts I don't agree with and other parts I do keep.

Yes, you evaluate the claims and keep any ideas that are worthwhile and discard any that are not. That's how you deal with ALL claims no matter what the source is. There is nothing special about your bible. It's just a collection of myths, legends, and Hebrew lore.

Quote: And I'm 26 and have an associates of science degree.

I do not believe either claim. The impression I get is an ignorant, uneducated, credulous child who is totally unable to think for him/herself.

(11-11-2016 12:17 AM)socialistview Wrote:  But I keep telling you the people were evil a book didn't have to put all that stuff in there even in hindu they cut off the hands of people mabe god himself wouldn't have done anything like that and he came himself to show that. Ghandi went opposite of Hinduism and janism was around so they would have gotten understanding from that and not put stuff like that in. Jesus did meet sadhertha gatama.

Stream of consciousness writing works for James Joyce but you are no James Joyce. Coherent sentences. Try them.

You don't know that anybody was "evil"; you only know that a storybook talks about people being evil. The supposed connections between Jesus and Buddha are some of the more laughable apologetics. You have no evidence for any of it.

What do you hope to accomplish here? You've already admitted you have no proof of your claims and this is a group of people that listen only to evidence, not wishful thinking.

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11-11-2016, 06:47 AM
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(11-11-2016 01:40 AM)socialistview Wrote:  What about this.
http://bibleprobe.com/buddhatoldofjesus.htm

What the hell is that? A photocopy of an article, the website author was too lazy to even type in the article. The article doesn't even mention who wrote it, now I looked around and found that this is an article that floats around on the internet that pops up on Buddhist forums by Christian proselytizers/trolls/gullible fools.

Here's one such forum JLA Forums , it's easy to tell that it's a silly attempt at proselytizing and is immediately suspect, usually these silly claims have a history that reveals a hoax created by a dishonest Christian/liar for Jesus that are trying to proselytize. Gullible dupes, such as yourself, fall for this dishonest crap and dutifully post it around the internet and it has a life of it's own.

Here's a relevant rebuttal to that from the JLA forum:


Permission was granted to copy these Buddhist Scriptures regarding
the prophecy of the Holy One (Jesus) from Wat Phra Sing in Chiang
Mai Province. The person who gave permission was Phra
Sriwisutthiwong in Bangkok. It is guaranteed that this copy is
accurate according to the original, that there is no error in
transmission, which is in the book of the district headman, the
religious encyclopedia, volume 23, book #29. This inquiry was made
on October 13, 1954 A.D. (Buddhist era 2497). Phra Sriwisutthiwong
is the Deputy Abbot and Director of Wat Pho Museum, Wat Pho Temple,
Thailand.I'm not sure why you think this is important. Sorry to
say, but this is
an obvious fraud. First off the truth of the claim can't be verified
since the deputy abbott is no doubt dead by now.

The claim that it came from a religious encyclopedia, supposedly
originally from Cambodia to Thailand seems odd. More importantly both
Cambodian and Thai Buddhists are Theravedan, which means they adhere
to the scriptures of the Pali Canon although they are free to write
commentaries on the same.

The other thing of note is the style of the writing and the choice of
words which don't even come close to that of the Pali Canon. For
example, the word sin is used several times in the document however
if we are to believe Walpola Rahula, author of What The Buddha Taught
says "there is no "sin" in Buddhism as sin is understood in some
religions" (p 3). The Buddha never used the word sin.

There is also a reference in the text to "burnt offerings", clearly a
reference to ancient Judaism and "praying five times a day" a
reference to Islam. Both have nothing to do with Buddhism.

Judging from the intollerance toward other religions on the website
(bibleprobe.com) it is apparent that this "scripture" was designed to
dupe the uninformed into converting to Christianity. As was pointed
out by another poster most of the people who post here were at one
time Christians and have left that faith for one reason or another. I
sincerely doubt you will convince anyone who posts here of the
superiority of you faith by lying to them.


So you linked to a hoax, and just like the gullible fool that you are, you actually think this article has merit.

Do you understand why doing this destroys your credibility? Not that you had any to begin with, but it becomes a point of reference of just how sloppy you are with research, how gullible you are, and how you fall for anything that supports your presuppositions.

Everything you say or link to would have to be triple-checked for it's validity and sources, and if this information isn't available, then it would be placed in the "probably bullshit" category until such information presents itself.

Information, by the way, that you should be providing, we really don't have the burden of proof, you are full of shit and it's up to you to prove otherwise, but I took it upon myself to do the research that you didn't and found you to be a gullible fool.

I think I should bill you at a rate of $100 per bullshit claim debunked. You now owe me $100 for my debunked bullshit fee. Drinking Beverage

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11-11-2016, 10:07 AM
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(10-11-2016 04:05 PM)TheInquisition Wrote:  
(10-11-2016 12:24 PM)socialistview Wrote:  Also it has that the kids they saved gree up and turned them to sacrificing people.

What is gree?

I was thinking maybe more along these lines?


[Image: Pure-Indian-Foods-Ghee.jpg]

Actually, I have not the faintest idea what that particular sentence means; could it be that 'socialistview' is using Google translate?

Huh

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11-11-2016, 10:18 AM
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SV is no fun his lack of English language skills means irony humour and insults go completely over his head...... Moms I wanna new chew toy for Christmas please.
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11-11-2016, 10:47 AM
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(11-11-2016 10:07 AM)SYZ Wrote:  
(10-11-2016 04:05 PM)TheInquisition Wrote:  What is gree?

I was thinking maybe more along these lines?


[Image: Pure-Indian-Foods-Ghee.jpg]

Actually, I have not the faintest idea what that particular sentence means; could it be that 'socialistview' is using Google translate?

Huh

What really scares me is that I think I can translate from moronish...

"Also, [the bible claims] that [when] the kids they [did not kill during one of the early slaughters] greW up [they began] sacrificing people [just like their parents had]."

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11-11-2016, 11:29 AM
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(11-11-2016 10:47 AM)unfogged Wrote:  
(11-11-2016 10:07 AM)SYZ Wrote:  I was thinking maybe more along these lines?


[Image: Pure-Indian-Foods-Ghee.jpg]

Actually, I have not the faintest idea what that particular sentence means; could it be that 'socialistview' is using Google translate?

Huh

What really scares me is that I think I can translate from moronish...

"Also, [the bible claims] that [when] the kids they [did not kill during one of the early slaughters] greW up [they began] sacrificing people [just like their parents had]."

Now that you translated, that makes more sense. Now we can have a discussion about how killing children for their future sins is barbaric and so fundamentally wrong that the bible can only be the product of uninspired primitives and decidedly not the product of an alleged god.

But such discussions are way over the head of this guy, so he can't really even comprehend anything beyond what a programmed religious robot can process.

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11-11-2016, 12:12 PM
RE: Everybodies wrong.
Actually I know a lot about all the religions like hinduism has accounts of beings fighting in the sky.
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11-11-2016, 12:19 PM
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(11-11-2016 12:12 PM)socialistview Wrote:  Actually I know a lot about all the religions like hinduism has accounts of beings fighting in the sky.

Your concept of knowing a lot shows that you don't know much.

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