What negative experiences have you had with Christians?
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08-02-2016, 08:38 AM
RE: What negative experiences have you had with Christians?
(08-02-2016 08:30 AM)The Organic Chemist Wrote:  
(08-02-2016 08:27 AM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  I agree. But didn't plot to kill anyone, or hire a hit man. It was passion driven and only a thought. But yea the thought could have lead to a murder. However it did not.

According to Jesus though what you did was equatable to murder. Luckily for you there is no accountability since you can be forgiven for anything.
There is accountability. It was prior to being saved. One who knows of God yet veers from it is in trouble.
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08-02-2016, 08:40 AM
RE: What negative experiences have you had with Christians?
(08-02-2016 08:27 AM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  
(08-02-2016 08:16 AM)The Organic Chemist Wrote:  Ummmm........no.
Hiring a hitman is illegal.
Possession with INTENT to sell is a crime.
Plotting to kill someone is a crime.
Conspiracy to commit a crime is a crime.

Interesting that this is coming from someone who follows a book that says that thinking about killing someone is just as bad as actually killing them. While I agree with you that it isn't a crime to think about it, the intent comes in when one is actively planning it.
I agree. But didn't plot to kill anyone, or hire a hit man. It was passion driven and only a thought. But yea the thought could have lead to a murder. However it did not.

You are guilty of assault by chasing her around the car.

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08-02-2016, 08:47 AM
RE: What negative experiences have you had with Christians?
(08-02-2016 08:40 AM)Chas Wrote:  
(08-02-2016 08:27 AM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  I agree. But didn't plot to kill anyone, or hire a hit man. It was passion driven and only a thought. But yea the thought could have lead to a murder. However it did not.

You are guilty of assault by chasing her around the car.
Assault entails physical attack. I never touched her with intent to do harm.
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08-02-2016, 08:52 AM
RE: What negative experiences have you had with Christians?
Actually, no. Assault laws do cover clear intent to do harm. It's a misdemeanor, but if you INTENDED to kill her when you chased her around the car that escalates it to a felony.
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08-02-2016, 09:00 AM
RE: What negative experiences have you had with Christians?
(08-02-2016 08:47 AM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  
(08-02-2016 08:40 AM)Chas Wrote:  You are guilty of assault by chasing her around the car.
Assault entails physical attack. I never touched her with intent to do harm.

Your chase was the attack.
Assault doesn't require contact. That's battery, as in assault and battery.

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08-02-2016, 09:02 AM
RE: What negative experiences have you had with Christians?
(08-02-2016 09:00 AM)Chas Wrote:  
(08-02-2016 08:47 AM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  Assault entails physical attack. I never touched her with intent to do harm.

Your chase was the attack.
Assault doesn't require contact. That's battery, as in assault and battery.
An assault is carried out by a threat of bodily harm coupled with an apparent, present ability to cause the harm. It is both a crime and a tort and, therefore, may result in either criminal and/or civil liability. Generally, the common law definition is the same in criminal and tort law. There is, however, an additional criminal law category of assault consisting of an attempted but unsuccessful battery. The term is often confused with battery, which involves physical contact. The specific meaning of assault varies between countries, but can refer to an act that causes another to apprehend immediate and personal violence, or in the more limited sense of a threat of violence caused by an immediate show of force.[2][3] Assault in many US jurisdictions[which?] and Scotland is defined more broadly still as any intentional physical contact with another person without their consent; but in England and Wales and in most[citation needed] other common law jurisdictions in the world, this is defined instead as battery. Some jurisdictions have incorporated the definition of civil assault into the definition of the crime making it a criminal assault intentionally to cause another person to apprehend a harmful or offensive contact.
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08-02-2016, 09:06 AM
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There was no crime. I didn't hurt anyone in any way or cause them harm. On top of that no crime was reported, no authorities where called. No harm to anyone was done in any form.

If you want to call that assault then feel free.
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08-02-2016, 09:06 AM
RE: What negative experiences have you had with Christians?
(08-02-2016 09:02 AM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  
(08-02-2016 09:00 AM)Chas Wrote:  Your chase was the attack.
Assault doesn't require contact. That's battery, as in assault and battery.
An assault is carried out by a threat of bodily harm coupled with an apparent, present ability to cause the harm. It is both a crime and a tort and, therefore, may result in either criminal and/or civil liability. Generally, the common law definition is the same in criminal and tort law. There is, however, an additional criminal law category of assault consisting of an attempted but unsuccessful battery. The term is often confused with battery, which involves physical contact. The specific meaning of assault varies between countries, but can refer to an act that causes another to apprehend immediate and personal violence, or in the more limited sense of a threat of violence caused by an immediate show of force.[2][3] Assault in many US jurisdictions[which?] and Scotland is defined more broadly still as any intentional physical contact with another person without their consent; but in England and Wales and in most[citation needed] other common law jurisdictions in the world, this is defined instead as battery. Some jurisdictions have incorporated the definition of civil assault into the definition of the crime making it a criminal assault intentionally to cause another person to apprehend a harmful or offensive contact.

Did you even understand your little cut-and-paste?

It shows that your chase was assault.

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08-02-2016, 09:07 AM
RE: What negative experiences have you had with Christians?
(08-02-2016 09:06 AM)Chas Wrote:  
(08-02-2016 09:02 AM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  An assault is carried out by a threat of bodily harm coupled with an apparent, present ability to cause the harm. It is both a crime and a tort and, therefore, may result in either criminal and/or civil liability. Generally, the common law definition is the same in criminal and tort law. There is, however, an additional criminal law category of assault consisting of an attempted but unsuccessful battery. The term is often confused with battery, which involves physical contact. The specific meaning of assault varies between countries, but can refer to an act that causes another to apprehend immediate and personal violence, or in the more limited sense of a threat of violence caused by an immediate show of force.[2][3] Assault in many US jurisdictions[which?] and Scotland is defined more broadly still as any intentional physical contact with another person without their consent; but in England and Wales and in most[citation needed] other common law jurisdictions in the world, this is defined instead as battery. Some jurisdictions have incorporated the definition of civil assault into the definition of the crime making it a criminal assault intentionally to cause another person to apprehend a harmful or offensive contact.

Did you even understand your little cut-and-paste?

It shows that your chase was assault.
Read the last part. And yes I understood it.
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08-02-2016, 09:07 AM
RE: What negative experiences have you had with Christians?
(08-02-2016 08:38 AM)popsthebuilder Wrote:  
(08-02-2016 08:30 AM)The Organic Chemist Wrote:  According to Jesus though what you did was equatable to murder. Luckily for you there is no accountability since you can be forgiven for anything.
There is accountability. It was prior to being saved. One who knows of God yet veers from it is in trouble.

Yet you provide no evidence for any of those claims.

You've admitted to being guilty of assault, possibly with intent to cause serious harm. You've shown a tendency to fits of uncontrolled anger in your posting history here. You try to rationalize it all away with unsubstantiated claims about a supernatural force.
You need help pops. Get some. Soon.

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