To all good mockers

Anybody who dismisses God’s word as unreliable, untruthful, irrelevant, a crutch for the weak, inaccurate, a collection of useless tales, behind the times, scientifically barren, or any other shortcoming or defect, then you, and I mean you, have an intellect the size of a pea, with apologies to all good vegetables.

I don’t care who you are, Harvard uneducated, the very finest public school, the schools for the deaf or blind, any school, no school, home school, don’t care if you are broke or woke, don’t care how many degrees, how many millions you have, how many boats, how many telescopes, how many animals, whatever, you indeed are at a mental deficit if you cannot comprehend the immeasurable value in the monarch of books, the book of books with no equal.

J

Thus, you are now being schooled properly.

About ColorStorm

Blending the colorful issues of life with the unapologetic truth of scripture, while adding some gracious ferocity.
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160 Responses to To all good mockers

  1. What is a cloud but a mass of floating water. Water is also essential to life. Jesus said he is the way the truth and the life. Is it any wonder that we are baptized with water?

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  2. Ark says:

    Oh dear, did you get upset that someone told you Noah and his ark is a myth?

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    • Ark, everything you believe in is a myth: slaughtering babies in the womb is a sacred healthcare choice, big government is good, climate change, Putin did it, Trump did it, ecologically devastating solar panels and Medieval wind mills save the environment, electric vehicles get charged without fossil fuels, the list of your sacred myths goes on and on. And all those myths that you hold so dear are the proven realm of mindless imbecility.

      Ancient myth, especially ancient Hebrew and Greek myth was how those cultures transmitted wisdom and moral excellence from generation to generation. The story of Noah’s Arc is an encyclopedic compendium on the nature of God and man. Only fools ridicule profound, proven knowledge and wisdom.

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      • Ark says:

        Only fools consider such tales as real.
        The wise realise they are myth and also ripped-off off from other cultures

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        • It is the wisdom that Noah’s Ark purveys that is real. As I just tried to teach you, myths are the stories a culture tells itself. Atheist myth is proven imbecility. Judeo-Christian and Greek myth are stories of proven wisdom, folly, moral excellence and depravity. They teach people how to be fulfilled, happy human beings. The story of Noah’s Arc is one such story. Whether it happened or not is irrelevant. The truth is in the lessons it teaches.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Som/
          Whether it happened or not is irrelevant? I am an equal opportunity offender. Ark will appreciate this, my fairness, my fidelity to the text.

          It IS all relevant. Goes to the credibility of God, His word, His character, and furthermore, to the words of Christ Himself, whose word is also good, who is the Truth, when He spoke of Noah and the ark, and the flood, as a historical certainty. Confirmed by the apostle Peter as well.

          The flood is a fact. It is not poetry. Like it or not, it is relevant, so we cannot in good order delegate it to ‘the lessons it teaches.’

          What lessons? Also, I’m never comfortable saying the accounts of scripture are ‘stories.’ Aesop tells fables, and has good lessons. No comparison to scripture.

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        • ColorStorm, You are a Protestant Christian who like the atheist believes what you believe by 100% faith. Unfortunately the atheist does not have faith in the same things you do. You know the Bible is the Word of God by faith alone. I know it by faith and reason.

          Look at the letters of Saint Paul. They are all based on both faith and reason. Jesus’ ministry was based on faith and reason. Christian Western Civilization is based on both faith and reason. Faith without reason is like a balloon not tethered to the earth. It just wanders uselessly in the sky.

          Since the atheist speaks from faith that everything just happened all by itself, making a faith-based, Christian rebuttal to his nonsense is useless. Likewise, making reason-based, Christian rebuttal to his nonsense is useless. That is why atheists are imbeciles. That isn’t an insult. It is the state of play.

          Many stories in Bible are not literally true. But the wisdom they convey is. Jesus isn’t a story, he is wisdom itself.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          And the atheist loves when Christian’s disagree.
          I make no apology for defending the truth of scripture- and connecting the dots of truth through REASON.

          Come let us REASON together saith the Lord, not be cause we are smart, but because He wants us to see things through HIS point of view.

          It’s easy to win any argument against atheism. Why? Because we have the witness of heaven on our side. But not sure how any believer could have a drop of credibility to then deny the overwhelming evidence of a world wide flood, but more importantly, WHY.

          This is a non negotiable position.

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        • CS, All reasonable people can disagree on anything In fact, you may remember when our Founding Fathers, all from the same culture, with the same objectives, took a three day prayer break to see if God could infuse more wisdom into them.

          Atheists are monolithic in their believes because they gave up their power to think about things.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          True about reasonable people. Consider though. While we rightfully argue that atheism is intellectually dishonest, I also say we can be just as guilty from the other side, saying historical things that happened are simply poetry.

          Was Daniel in a den of lions? Was Joseph in a pit? Did Moses go to Sinai? Did the baptist eat locusts and honey? Was Samson eyeless? Was there the first rainbow? Was there an actual ark? Is it reasonable to not believe things when the narrative is plain?

          Why confuse parables with acts and facts. Would we not be guilty of mocking God if we say Mary, Martha and Lazarus were no different that lessons learned from the three little pigs?

          How we pay attention to detail reflects how we treat the whole, and while atheism is loaded with ignorant excuses, far too often believers can be stubborn as a mule.

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        • Everything in your comment is from faith. That means you have no first hand knowledge of biblical events. And neither do atheists. Yet both of you act like eye witnesses. This, CS, is arrogance which atheists embody and which Christians must be very careful to avoid.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          5 sighs Silence.
          Firsthand knowledge? Need I remind you that ‘without faith it is impossible to please God?’

          I have faith that God created Adam, upright and perfect, that He created whales, the sun, moon, stars. Was I there? Ha!

          ‘I know whom I have believed and am persuaded…………..’ His word is good. Yours and mine? Eh, sometimes no so good. This is doctrine. This is good. Don’t know why you are being recalcitrant.

          Maybe others will chime in.

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        • That is incorrect. We please God by fulfilling our human nature which requires our unique faculty of reason. Reason is a piece of God. Adam and Eve had no faith. Faith only became necessary after the Fall. Therefore, for faith to be real and not just a delusion, human beings must first apply reason. That is we must develop and live by the cardinal virtues: prudence, fortitude, temperance, justice. As fallen creatures, we go as far as reason takes us all the while developing the divine virtues of faith, hope and charity returned to us by Jesus and the Holy Spirit.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Ark. Hi.
      Did you know that ALL modern shipbuilding is based on the engineering and blueprints following the dimensions given by Him who well understands water and pressure?

      As mentioned earlier, CLOUDS and water above your head are a good clue….

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    • Barabbas Me says:

      A Myth, you say?

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      • Ark says:

        You think it’s real historical fact?

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        • Barabbas Me says:

          What other definitions for Myth can you think of?

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        • Ark says:

          Lots ..why?

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        • Barabbas Me says:

          Are all Myths necessarily untrue because they’re called Myths? Are all Myths inherently worthless and worthy only of the dung heap just because someone says “it’s a Myth”? Are there any Myths you currently hold too that you have no problem holding to? I think it might be better use of your time examining your own Myths and reasons… than trying to disabuse others of theirs. That’s all I’m saying for now. Cheers. – Barabbas.

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        • Ark says:

          A myth is ostensibly a work of fiction.
          There is nothing of wisdom to be gleaned from a story of deistic genocide.
          Other than how revolting genocide is.
          Such a tale is worthy of as much disabuse and scorn one can heap upon it, especially as such revolting filth is indoctrinated into kids
          I have no myths, unless you might be referring to something like the tale of as Robin Hood?

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        • Ark, There is much to be gained from the story about Noah’s Ark in which God wiped out almost every living thing. Drop your own atheist myths for.a moment and give it a little thought and common sense. I will give you a hint: it has to do with man’s own tendency toward extreme wickedness. This concerns the topic I mentioned earlier but did not understand: the nature of man.

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  3. sklyjd says:

    As it is obvious you have only ever read the one book in your entire life CS I can definitely understand your point of view.

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    • It is obvious that you have discarded the written source of the civilization you now enjoy, Christian Western Civilization. Atheism is the belief in the myth that everything just happens all by itself so such a catastrophic failure of reason on your part is expected.

      If a wise person were shipwrecked on a desert island and could choose only one book to read, the Bible would be it. The Bible is actually God lowering himself to our level of reality and speaking to us. Who but a gang of fools would denigrate such a miracle?

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      • Ark says:

        The bible is actually a revolting rag, full of errors violence, incest, rape,murder, hatred and more besides.
        I’d rather read just about any other book.

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        • Ark, all the horrible things you list are attributes of human nature. You are blaming ancient Hebrew philosophers for describing human nature in stories so future generations could benefit.

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        • Ark says:

          Much of the things I described are considered virtues in the bible.
          It is a truly revolting rag.

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        • Ark, You described human vices and God’s intolerance of them. God is virtue. Human depravity is not.

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        • Ark says:

          Yahweh is the worst example of them all, a meglomaniacal genocidal despot.
          Thank the gods he is also a work fiction.
          I wonder how his wife, Asherah ever put up with him?

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        • Ark, Instead of opening your mind to what ancient literature has to say, you apply your own set of hand picked myths to the Bible so that your atheism can work out for you.

          That is called being a bigot. Bigots cannot be reasoned with. Bigots are sadistic abusers who visit Christian blogs for the sole purpose of causing pain.

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        • Ark says:

          The bible is mostly a collection of fiction/ historical fiction that is a glimpse into bronze age barbarism and supernatural nonsense.
          It really has little of genuine value.

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        • Ark, Asked and answered. Since you don’t read my comments any further comment on my part is a waste of time.

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        • Ark says:

          I don’t think I asked a question.You are not known in Blogland for your honesty and integrity.and I can’t imagine you are going to change on my behalf.

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        • Ark, “Blogland” being a bunch of imbeciles who could not think their way out of a paper bag. Imbeciles understand honesty and integrity to be anything they agree with. Anything they disagree with is dishonest and evil. “Blogland” is an echo chamber where the atheists hang out and talk to themselves. Everybody else gets, edited, censors or blocked.

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        • Ark says:

          I think your description personifies the average Internet Christian to a ‘T’.
          Your recent little tantrum perfectly demonstrates such attributes.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Hi Steve.

      Sorry neighbor, but in a court of law you would be found in contempt for such a myopic view.

      Need I waste space telling you of the hundreds of thousands of books I have actually read…..geez man.

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    • Barabbas Me says:

      I myself actually have 9 bookshelves full in my home. You?

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  4. Barabbas Me says:

    I’m perfect as it be, as dusty or shot thru with holes, rusted or torn, a Signpost can still direct accurately and faithfully to the next Destination whether anyone “mocks” its condition or not. Little attention needs be directed towards those who would rather stay Lost than Found. Cheers. – Barabbas

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    • Barabbas Me says:

      Meant to say *imperfect

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      • Ark says:

        Freudian slip?

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        • Barabbas Me says:

          “Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar”, ark. Simple mistake cause by damned autocorrect. Have a great day

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        • Ark says:

          I usually do.
          Out of interest, were you infected with Christianity as a kiddie or was there an emotional issue you couldn’t deal with as a teen/ adult?

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        • Barabbas Me says:

          You’re not really interested. Have a great day. – Barabbas

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        • Ark says:

          I am always interested to understand the reasons people ditch critical thinking and opt for faith-based religions.
          It would be nice to meet someone who actually converted because of evidence.

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        • Barabbas Me says:

          You’re only interested for the sake of mockery and abuse. That’s not honest or respectful inquiry. It’s bigotry. Have a great day… again. – Barabbas

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        • Ark says:

          Many testimonials are deserving of mockery – ask those who developed enough maturity to deconvert.
          I am looking for those individuals who converted because of solid evidence.

          To date I have never encountered such an individual.

          Maybe you might be the one to surprise me?

          Surely you are not afraid to share your testimony?

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        • Barabbas Me says:

          Fear has nothing to do with it. Wisdom encourages me not to walk into a puddle of bovine excrement. So.. I think I’ll keep my Tony Lamas clean today. Good day to you.

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        • Ark says:

          I was using the word fear more in the sense of reluctance. Reluctance to share your conversion tale because you are fully aware that the only thing you could share would be feelings, no evidence. Thus your testimony would be a somewhat cowardly admission of teenage angst, or an emotional issue you could not deal with;little different to that of someone such as William Lane Craig, or Francis Collins.
          You are a product of your western influenced Christian culture.
          The only bullshit you would wade through is the same nonsense you wade through every day.

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        • Ark says:

          When I wrote fear, I meant it more in the form of reluctance rather being afraid.

          The real reason you would not share your testimony is because it is purely subjective,Influenced by your Christian based Western culture and devoid of any objective evidence whatsoever.
          It is probably a tale of woe, steeped in teenage angst or some pathetic emotional issue you felt you needed to be saved from.

          And the only bs you would wade through is the same stuff you tread water in every day.

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  5. Good post, Colorstorm.

    Ha! How did I miss reading such good conversation? One hardly even knows where to start! First, the Ark that Noah built almost entirely on faith. And when it started to rain all the facebook fact checkers who told him he was crazy simply drowned. The end! It’s a terribly unsatisfying ending, but that’s the essence of it.

    As to the debate between faith and reason, I think both the Bible and few church fathers tell us, “we love because He first loved us.” God calls to us first, He initiates, we don’t just “reason our way to Him” and we don’t just “believe really hard” and it happens. We have a tendency to be prideful so we like to think we got there on our own efforts, either our own faith or our own reason. I like to remember the Apostle Paul was a learned and well reasoned man but he was really just out persecuting Christians until he got whacked on the head on the road to Damascus.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Yeah, it’s pretty bad when some put me in the same boat as atheists. Yikes. Probably a compliment underneath it all. lol

      But Saul/ Paul. Yes, heads and shoulders above most, both as an antagonist, then as a man of God. He didn’t get religion, he literally saw the Light.

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    • Insanity, Everyone has faith in something because first, it makes sense to them. If Jesus was a raving lunatic you would not have faith in him.

      You first heard of Jesus. Then you examined his wisdom with your unique, human-only, piece of God, faculty of reason. Then you found it beneficial. Then you had faith.

      Even the heathen atheist goes through that process with their own depraved beliefs because they are human beings created in the image and likeness of God.

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      • Nah, Silence. If something makes sense to you, then there is no faith required to trust in it. Faith is what happens in the absence of certainty and reason.

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        • Insanity, Excellent reply. My refutation is the following:

          I have faith in God because it makes sense. Then what happens when God asks me to do the impossible, like love him with my whole heart, mind, and soul and my neighbor as myself?

          I do so because I have faith in God.

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      • Interesting. The atheist is in the dark and has trouble distinguishing anything without some light. I suppose in very limited light they end up getting seriously lost like the soldiers did in the First Battle of El Alamein I am doing a post on shortly.

        The atheist thinks he/she is going in the right direction (faith) but ends up in the mine field and barbed wire (consequence disastrous).

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        • Logos is rational intelligence. From the Gospel of John: “In the beginning was Logos.”

          From Genesis: “In the image of God he made them, male and female.”

          Human logos, our reasoning intellect, was made in the image of God, the supreme, infinite Logos.

          If we detach our reasoning intellect from its source, the supreme, infinite Logos, we become demented imbeciles.

          Thus it is absolutely necessary that the Christian religion be taught in every American classroom. And that every school day begins and ends in prayer to Almighty God.

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        • Thank you. I have just checked something. Logos is ‘reason’.

          Split this up. Re a son. Regarding a son. The Son of God, Jesus Christ. In the beginning was the logos, reason, the Son.

          It’s all in the Word, just wonderful, truly wonderful.

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  6. Hello from the UK

    Many thanks for your post. i have seen you engaging with the terminally dim on another site and I am impressed. Not that one wants to get proud about it of course, but you have reasoned well.

    I see Ark is still up to his old tricks. Seems the vaccines haven’t improved him. Still, when you’ve been abused as a youngster this is what happens, you end up in the d’Ark.

    Kind regards

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Hi mate- Tkx for the right hand-

      ‘Terminally dim.’ Good one. But there’s hope eh.

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      • Hello. Hope is what keep us going, that we might save some as the Holy Spirit works through us. I see glimmers in those you engage with as something hits home and they, probably grudgingly, admit you might have a point.

        The best means of defense is not to sit on the fence but to get off the the fence and be offensive. And once one is absolutely sure, as I am now at 62 years of age, of who one is, who God is and where one is going then we are invincible in Christ.

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        • Ark says:

          Your god being the Canaanite deity ,Yahweh, yes?

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        • Ark, the Hebrews were a Canaanite tribe that God chose to reveal himself to. Your brash ignorance is a typical expression of atheism.

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        • Hello D’Ark, fancy meeting you here again.

          Yahweh is ‘Yes way’ phonetically. Jesus is the ‘Yes way’, the way to the heavenly Father. What happened to your father by the way?

          Kind regards

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        • Ark says:

          So your god is the Canaanite deity, Yahweh,

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        • Hello, I see your hard drive, a.k.a. brain needs a good clean as you seem to be stuck. Was it drugs, or the vaccines? Still not much difference, as they are usually neuro-toxic and dumb you down.

          I see they haven’t yet destroyed you. Which vaccine did you get, if you had one. I gather the Pfizer one is particularly Nazi (sic).

          And did you here any more about that lady in Zimbabwe, heart attack wasn’t it or similar after she had had the vaccine?

          And what happened to your father? That was my question which made your reply confusing. If you didn’t know your father there is no shame, such things happen.

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        • Ark says:

          So,your god is the Canaanite deity,Yahweh.

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        • Still stuck I see.

          As God, strictly angels, who created the heavens and the earth created all language He can use any name He pleases, it is His world after all.

          And as you are incapable of answering my reasonable question, I shall assume for the time being that you never knew your father. This would go some way to explaining your search for answers as to ‘Why me?’

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        • Ark says:

          So, we are agreed then, the god you worship is the former Canaanite deity, Yahweh?
          Tell me, why do you worship a former Canaanite war/ storm god?

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        • Do get a grip, can’t you read what I have said? We do not agree, your mind is dark, d’Ark, go read the Bible properly and then perhaps we might, just might, have a proper discussion.

          There is good stuff online, but bear in mind even the best translations from the original contain errors, so go back to the original Hebrew and Greek.

          And don’t rely on everything you read on Wikipedia, some of it is corrupted and lies.

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    • Ark says:

      Yes,I was abused as a youngster… Being taught common sense and critical thinking as a child has obviously left an indelible mark as an adult.
      Oh, why oh why was I not simply indoctrinated into Christianity as you were?
      Why did my parents not grill me into submission to believe I am a sinner and made to worship a human sacrifice?

      Now I will be going to Hell for eternity.
      Woe is me!

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      • Ark, You are an imbecile. Is that the fault of your parents?

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      • Dear D’Ark

        Thank you for confirming. Was it a Roman Catholic pest by any chance? This is what happens when you get an institution which says its clergy should not marry, they sometimes become sex pests.

        Jesus did not institute the Roman Catholic Church.

        By the way if you go to Hell, this is a place of light, not outer darkness or indeed a lake of fire. The word should be Hades, it is mistranslated in the Bible sometimes.

        Hell means ‘light’ in German. Why the Germans don’t seem to tell people that seems a mystery. Still, when you start two world wars perhaps this is par for the course.

        I was not indoctrinated into Christianity as I made my own choice in the matter. I suppose you were indoctrinated by Roman Catholicism and understandably rejected it?

        By the way, if you follow Jesus you are not worshiping a human sacrifice. The two greatest commandments are to love God and your neighbour as yourself.

        Sadly too many people forget this.

        kind regards

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        • Ark says:

          Lol…RC pest…love it!

          So on what evidential basis did you make the choice to become Christian?
          Also, out if interest, what were the emotional issues you were struggling with at the time of your choice to become a Christian?
          With many conversions, alcohol and/ or drugs are often involved.
          I have dialogued with two individuals to who had serious issues with pornography.
          Which is of these did you struggle with?
          Following the bible character,the narrative construct Jesus Christ, is in fact worshipping a blood sacrifice.
          You need to discuss this fact with one of your church elders/ pastor/ priest or whoever you receive your bread and wine from during service.
          Regards

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        • Interesting questions. I don’t have a church elder/pastor or ‘ri pest’. It is very clear if you had taken the trouble to read the Bible properly which clearly you haven’t, that those who follow Jesus are a royal priesthood with direct access to God.

          Drugs, alcohol and pornography have nothing to do with why i follow Christ. Anybody with half a brain can see the world is highly structured, but corrupted. It requires a mind to create such a world as indeed it does to create a cake, for example.

          Have you never made anything with you own hands?

          You need to get a life and not make silly assumptions based on Roman Catholic ideas with which you were presumably indoctrinated and understandably rejected.

          And do get it into your thick head, Jesus rose from the dead, Christians if they are true to the Truth give thanks to Jesus as a living God, not a blood sacrifice.

          The two greatest commandments re to love, not worship. Giving thanks is part of love, I am sure you thank people sometimes.

          Of course if are so wise I am sure you can explain the meaning of life to us all, can’t you?

          kind regards

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  7. Ark says:

    Faith is believing what you know is not true; to paraphrase Mark Twain

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    • Atheism is the belief in what is known not to be true; to paraphrase common sense.

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      • Ark says:

        Atheism is the lack of belief in gods.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          ‘Atheism is the sad result when one refuses to engage the God given brain.’

          Happy to help.

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        • Ark says:

          Nope. And like your indoctrinated Christian imbecile-in-crime, SOM, you provide no evidence for your god, Yahweh.

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        • Ark, Rational people do not believe in gods, either. Nevertheless, rational people understand that God exists. You believe that God does not exist but cannot explain why. You simply bleat, where is the evidence, even when evidence is presented to you. Again, Ark, you argue with yourself and lose.

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        • Ark says:

          You believe in Yahweh and follow a religion that worships a barbaric human sacrifice, and believes in an afterlife called’ Heaven’.
          This is not only irrational but also the indicative of someone who is not only indoctrinated but suffering from delusion and a possible neurological disorder.

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        • Ark, You are the only one around here hallucinating about Yahweh. I, on the other hand, have presented you with scientific evidence and proof of God’s existence. You demonstrate that atheists are in a constant state of hallucination. That is why when scientific evidence and proof of God’s existence are presented to you, you haven’t the faintest idea what is going on. You simply bleat, “Yahweh! Yahweh! Where’s the evidence?” That sounds like prayer. Are you praying to Yahweh?

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        • Ark says:

          You have presented no evidence of your god,Yahweh.

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        • Ark, That is exactly right. Since you are the only one here hallucinating about Yahweh, expecting me to present evidence for your hallucination is you arguing against yourself and losing once again.

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        • Ark says:

          Actually you are the one who believes in Yahweh, to be man made Canaanite deity of the Old Testament, so it follows all the delusion ( hallucination) is with you, the believer.

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        • Ark, Your Yahweh hallucinations are a transparent tactic to change the subject away from science. I present to you modern science and you respond with ancient religion. File that under Ark, arguing with himself and losing, once again. You definitely dispel the myth that atheists are advocates of science. In fact, you are obsessed with religion.

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        • Ark says:

          Are you stating you do not, in fact, believe in Yahweh?

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        • Ark, I am stating that your attempt to change the subject away from science is profoundly atheist, and thus, profoundly pathetic. You people need to step up your game.

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        • Ark says:

          You consider science is evidence of your god, Yahweh.
          That is a faith claim.
          You have not provided evidence to support said claim.
          That is pathetic
          Try again …

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        • Ark, You are projecting your misconceptions about religion onto a conversation about science. Obviously you are science illiterate. Otherwise, you would not insist on babbling mindlessly about your religious faith.

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        • Ark says:

          So, is the god you worship, Yahweh?
          Yes or no?

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        • Ark, Can you talk science? Yes or no?

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        • Ark says:

          Of course.
          Can you tell me if the god you worship is Yahweh?

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        • Ark, Talk to a son of Abraham about Yahweh. Now let’s start talking some science.

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        • Ark says:

          So you don’t worship Yahweh?
          In that case which god do you worship?

          Sure… Science,fire away.

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        • Ask and answered. “Science, fire away,” already done. It was nice Ark. Have a nice day.

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        • Ark says:

          Your foundation of science is your god, Yahweh.
          What evidence do you have to show the veracity of this claim?

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        • Ark, My foundation in science is mathematics, biology, physics, chemistry and engineering.

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        • Ark says:

          Excellent! Then why the Gehenna do you worship Yahweh,a former Canaanite war/ storm god?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Maybe you have exhausted the point about Mocking here? Repetition of illegitimate grievances will never make them legitimate.

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        • Ark says:

          And continuing to worship a Canaanite war/storm deity will not make it real.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Having been a diligent student of scripture for ages, and comprehending the goodness of God and the failures of men, I see God as good and reliable as the stars above. Consistent.

          Perhaps a fresh reading for you from Genesis 1.1, and ending at Revelation 22 will do you good also. It’s all there, good, bad, and ugly, and the ugly you can thank man.

          We are done here with the mocking eh.

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        • Ark says:

          Mocking?
          My questions are always legitimate and to the point.
          Are you suggesting you do not worship the Canaanite deity, Yahweh?
          If so, which deity do you worship?

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        • Ark, Ask and answered.

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        • Ark says:

          Nope.To date you never have.
          Why not have a go now?
          And try to give as honest answer as you can basing your reply answer on evidence alone?
          Away you go …

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        • Ark, Just refer to previous comments where I left links to scientific proofs and listed out simple evidence that even you might be able to understand.

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        • Ark says:

          I understand a fair amount of science.I have never been presented with evidence for your god,Yahweh.
          Feel free to do so.

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        • Ark, You understand nothing of science. If you did, you would believe in God and accept Jesus as your savior.

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        • Ark says:

          And that statement demonstrates perfectly why you are indoctrinated and have no real understanding of science.
          Sigh ..Twas ever thus

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        • Ark, Modern science developed exclusively in Christian Western Civilization which was a product of Jesus Christ. No other civilization in human history developed modern science. You simply think modern science, like the universe just happened all by itself.

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        • Ark says:

          Yawn …

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        • Ark, In the face of facts that prove atheism is the religion of imbeciles you yawn…like an imbecile. You are the gift that keeps on giving.

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        • Ark says:

          Your ignorance is only matched by your arrogance.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Seems we have exhausted the thread eh? I was hoping that this site would somehow rise above the petty comments that offer no substance.

          It is not however arrogance to appeal to God as the Author of life. What else is there for God’s sake.

          Reminds me. That big oaf Goliath of Gath with the loud mouth goading a stripling sheepsman, challenging hte living God. Didn’t end well. Dead, and no head.

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        • Ark says:

          And talking of ignorance you arrive on cue

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I’m pretty sure I’m welcome in my own house.
          But don’t confuse confidence with arrogance.

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        • Ark says:

          Oh,I wasn’t challenging your right to be here. Good grief, no!
          Your the landlord of your own house, after all.
          No, I was simply remarking that whenever one of your fellow Christians writes something stupid it ignorant and gets called out on it you often rush in to defend them, usually with an equally ignorant comment. As you have just done.

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        • Ark, You are the imbecile that the Great Lion was jumping in to defend. Heaven knows that we Christians are a tough lot and when we call, Lord Almighty jumps in to help us. You, on the other hand, are all alone so the Great Lion was just doing you a solid.

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        • Ark says:

          You have a learning disability or you misread. Probably both.
          Read his comment again .. slowly.

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        • Ark, More imbecility on your part. My comment stands on its own just as the Great Lion’s does. You are an abusive turd troll who comes to Christian blogs to raise hell.

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        • Ark says:

          That is your choice to believe
          This does not alter the fact you are ignorant and indoctrinated.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Ignorant? Really? Let’s take a ‘mockers truth test’ per the short post above.

          Your daughter makes an award winning cake, from scratch, selecting the finest ingredients and finishes it with results looking like a palace treat.

          A guest tells her ‘you didn’t make that cake!’ What an insult to her eh, and how ignorant is the guest with half a brain.

          Now then. Who is ignorant when they say, when they mock, that the cake, er, the world, made itself………

          As to reading again, read the few paragraphs in the post.

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        • Ark says:

          With evidence, demonstrate the veracity of your claim that Yahweh exists.
          The floor is yours..

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        • Ark, Asked and answered about a million times. Asking the same questions over and over again after they have been answered over and over again, is evidence that you are a troll. Please provide evidence that you are not a troll.

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        • Ark says:

          In that case I will have to accept that your indoctrinated, Ill – informed responses that you consider pass for answers/evidence are the best your religiously addled brain can come up with.

          You can imagine the head shaking bafflement I experience at your abject wilfull ignorance which borders on either patent stupidity or flat out disingenuity is akin to the way you must feel when trying to have a rational discussion with your maned – mate about why the earth is not flat.

          The words,delusional and mentally unstable must surely one to mind?

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        • The Word of God actually speaks dead matter (biomolecules) to life. In 1958, molecular biologist Francis Crick developed the Fundamental Dogma of Biology:

          DNA -> RNA -> Protein

          The information that moves from DNA to RNA to Proteins is speech. Christians know that speech as the Word of God. Microbiologists use words like “code,” “transcription,” and “translation,” which are words indicating rational speech.

          Only intelligent beings possess the power of rational speech. Therefore, Crick’s Fundamental Dogma of Biology is proof of God’s existence.

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        • Ark says:

          What ever floats yer ark,Som.
          By the way,I’ve been meaning to ask, do you have any kids?

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        • Ark, I give you scientific proof of God’s existence and you try to change the subject as usual. Ark, you need to up your game if you don’t want to get crushed by the weight of reason.

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        • Ark says:

          Nope. You have presented no evidence, merely apologetic drivel.
          Learn what evidence is (tip for free: Try the dictionary ) and stop being an ignoramus.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          God’s word is evidence enough. History confirms it. Intelligent people believe it. Your conscience understands it is correct.

          You would appear credible by just saying you do not like the contents. Your dislike does not make it untrue.

          I believe Silence also wrote of the Logos, the Word, consistent with the Creator and confirmed by scripture, science, and fact. Christ Himself is the Express image of God.

          As to your Yahweh concern, hope this helps. It is a matter of relation. El Elyon is El Shaddai, One God, as Father of all.

          You are also compound, as husband, brother, cousin, uncle, grandfather, friend, neighbor, boss, employee, the same person, someone who rightfully is angry, and one who could just as easily crush a grape or an ant, as well as forgive a drunk driver who killed your dad-

          This should clear things up. But there is no lack of evidence.

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        • Ark says:

          You do not understand evidence.

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        • Ark, You don’t get to hallucinate what I believe in, even if you are hallucinating it. Since your comment has nothing to do with my side of the conversation, you must be arguing with yourself and losing once again.

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