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11-08-2014, 01:27 AM
RE: Why I Don't Believe in Atheism
(11-08-2014 01:16 AM)WhiskeyDebates Wrote:  
(11-08-2014 01:12 AM)EvolutionKills Wrote:  Come on now WD, never pass up a chance to use a good gif! Wink

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One of my favorites, you know me so well! Sadly I don't have a good stockpile of gifs yet, and I always forget to use the ones I do have haha.

Same here, I love the slow build.

Cause at first they're all like "Oh, Disney! I love Disney!"

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Then they're all like...

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11-08-2014, 01:40 AM
RE: Why I Don't Believe in Atheism
Mary Magdalene (Mark 16.9-11; John 20.11-18), Peter in Jerusalem (Luke 24.34; 1 Cor. 15.5), Jesus' brother (insider skeptic) James (1 Cor. 15.7). "And they went out quickly, and fled from the sepulchre; for they trembled and were amazed: neither said they any thing to any [man]; for they were afraid" (Mark 16.8). Some of the New Testament authors explicitly claimed to be eyewitnesses to Jesus' resurrection (and transfiguration). Peter said, "We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty" (2 Pet. 2.16). John also said, "That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked at and our hands have touched...we proclaim to you what we have seen and heard" (1 John 1.1,3).
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11-08-2014, 01:41 AM (This post was last modified: 11-08-2014 01:44 AM by WhiskeyDebates.)
RE: Why I Don't Believe in Atheism
To be honest I picture hbl having to be fed intravenously by a team of highly trained well paid doctors, each with a six man support team of nurses, each with at least five years of highly specialized training and a yearly budget exceeding $500,000 all because he is too bumblefuck stupid to work a damn spoon.
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11-08-2014, 01:43 AM
RE: Why I Don't Believe in Atheism
A crowd of 500 "most of whom are still alive" at the time of Paul writing (1 Cor. 15.6). This may have been the same group as in Matt. 28.16: the rendezvous was to "to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had directed them." Unlike the other accounts which were unexpected and by surprise, and to gather such a large number of people, this meeting was held outdoors. The women were told to tell the disciples to meet Jesus in Galilee as well. "And when they saw him, they worshipped him: but some doubted" (Matt. 28.17) may be a reference to many present, both believers and non-believers. Paul had firsthand contact with them. So it was not a legend. He knew some of the people had died in the interim, but most were still alive. He is saying in effect they are still around to be questioned. You can talk to some of the witnesses. He never could have made this challenge if this event had not occurred.
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11-08-2014, 01:43 AM
RE: Why I Don't Believe in Atheism
(11-08-2014 01:40 AM)hbl Wrote:  Mary Magdalene (Mark 16.9-11; John 20.11-18), Peter in Jerusalem (Luke 24.34; 1 Cor. 15.5), Jesus' brother (insider skeptic) James (1 Cor. 15.7). "And they went out quickly, and fled from the sepulchre; for they trembled and were amazed: neither said they any thing to any [man]; for they were afraid" (Mark 16.8). Some of the New Testament authors explicitly claimed to be eyewitnesses to Jesus' resurrection (and transfiguration). Peter said, "We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty" (2 Pet. 2.16). John also said, "That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked at and our hands have touched...we proclaim to you what we have seen and heard" (1 John 1.1,3).

Your source is a collection of made up bullshit thus it's conclusions and claims can be dismissed as not authoritative. What else you got cumbiscuit?
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11-08-2014, 01:44 AM
RE: Why I Don't Believe in Atheism
(11-08-2014 01:43 AM)hbl Wrote:  A crowd of 500 "most of whom are still alive" at the time of Paul writing (1 Cor. 15.6). This may have been the same group as in Matt. 28.16: the rendezvous was to "to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had directed them." Unlike the other accounts which were unexpected and by surprise, and to gather such a large number of people, this meeting was held outdoors. The women were told to tell the disciples to meet Jesus in Galilee as well. "And when they saw him, they worshipped him: but some doubted" (Matt. 28.17) may be a reference to many present, both believers and non-believers. Paul had firsthand contact with them. So it was not a legend. He knew some of the people had died in the interim, but most were still alive. He is saying in effect they are still around to be questioned. You can talk to some of the witnesses. He never could have made this challenge if this event had not occurred.


Your source is a collection of made up bullshit thus it's conclusions and claims can be dismissed as not authoritative. What else you got cumbiscuit?

I bet you get in heated arguments with your shoes when they don't fit your head just right only to realize after the fact some weeks later that your shoes were a puppy and your a bad bad man.
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11-08-2014, 01:45 AM
RE: Why I Don't Believe in Atheism
The other women at the tomb (Matthew 28.8-10).
The two travelers on the road (Mark 16.12,13; Luke 24.13-34).
Ten disciples behind closed doors (Mark 16.14; Luke 24.35-43; John 20.19-25).
All the disciples, with Thomas, excluding Judas Iscariot (John 20.26-31; 1 Cor. 15.5).
Seven disciples while fishing (John 21.1-14).
Eleven disciples on the mountain (Matthew 28.16-20).
A crowd of 500 "most of whom are still alive" at the time of Paul writing (1 Cor. 15.6).
"Then to all the apostles" (1 Cor. 15.7) which includes the Twelve plus all the other apostles.
Jesus appeared to the disciples in Jerusalem (Luke 24.44-49).
Those who watched Jesus ascend to heaven (Mark 16.19,20; Luke 24.50-53; Acts 1.3-8).
Least of all Paul (outsider skeptic) with others present and as though he was not living in the proper time (1 Cor. 15.8-9; Gal. 1.13-16; Acts 9.1-8, 22.9, read all of chapters 22 and 26; 13.30-37; 1 Cor. 15.10-20; Gal. 2.1-10).
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11-08-2014, 01:47 AM
RE: Why I Don't Believe in Atheism
It's interesting that the two people Paul mentions in 1 Corinthians 15 and Galatians 1 are the first two original Apostles he met in Jerusalem after he had spent three years in Damascus. For two weeks in Jerusalem on a fact finding trip he met with Peter and James. We have good evidence in the gospels none of the brothers of Jesus believed he was the Messiah, until that day James saw Jesus resurrected. In fact, Jesus' brothers tried to goad him into a deathtrap by showing himself publically at a feast when they knew the Jewish leaders were trying to persecute and kill him. But then James emerges as one of pillars of the NT church and one of its leaders.

Even if Paul didn't mention James seeing Jesus resurrected, you would have to invent something to account for his transformation and leadership in the church. What would it take to make you believe your brother was the Lord if you didn't see him alive from the dead? He willingly went to his death in AD 67 by the Jewish Sanhedrin for his belief Jesus was Lord, Son of God, resurrected Messiah!
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11-08-2014, 01:49 AM
RE: Why I Don't Believe in Atheism
(11-08-2014 01:45 AM)hbl Wrote:  The other women at the tomb (Matthew 28.8-10). Made up.
The two travelers on the road (Mark 16.12,13; Luke 24.13-34).Made up.
Ten disciples behind closed doors (Mark 16.14; Luke 24.35-43; John 20.19-25).Made up.
All the disciples, with Thomas, excluding Judas Iscariot (John 20.26-31; 1 Cor. 15.5).Made up.
Seven disciples while fishing (John 21.1-14).Made up.
Eleven disciples on the mountain (Matthew 28.16-20).Made up.
A crowd of 500 "most of whom are still alive" at the time of Paul writing (1 Cor. 15.6).Made up.
"Then to all the apostles" (1 Cor. 15.7) which includes the Twelve plus all the other apostles.Made up.
Jesus appeared to the disciples in Jerusalem (Luke 24.44-49).Made up.
Those who watched Jesus ascend to heaven (Mark 16.19,20; Luke 24.50-53; Acts 1.3-8).Made up.
Least of all Paul (outsider skeptic) with others present and as though he was not living in the proper time (1 Cor. 15.8-9; Gal. 1.13-16; Acts 9.1-8, 22.9, read all of chapters 22 and 26; 13.30-37; 1 Cor. 15.10-20; Gal. 2.1-10).Made up.


Made up bitch. You got anything of worth or are you gonna shut your dick holster? I bet neither.
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11-08-2014, 01:50 AM
RE: Why I Don't Believe in Atheism
With John in the Temple Peter said, "You killed the author of life, but God raised him to life. And we are witnesses of this fact!" (Acts 3.15). Not just Peter, but "all the Apostles" (1 Cor. 15.7).

Again, Peter said, "Him God raised up the third day, and shewed him openly; Not to all the people, but unto witnesses chosen before of God, even to us, who did eat and drink with him after he rose from the dead" (Acts 10.40-41). This verse does not say He showed Himself only to those who he ate and drank with before He died, but He ate and drank with those He appeared to after He was resurrected.
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