Zodiac, reincarnation, phantasmas --> 3

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    >There are problems with Christianity,
    No there aren't any.
    > if there were not, no ill would have come of it, plenty of ill has.
    When saying "ill" you mean "ill people" ? If yes, we shouldn't blame Chrisstianity for those ills Christians. People choose their one path. As i stated previously many Christians don't do what God wants. The right sentence to use should be: if all Christians did what Cristianity wants no ill wouldn't have come of them( not of it ).

    >Claiming the fault lies with man is irrelevent,
    Well i was very clear about this. The people of that ere made the Mosaic law which is so obsence, not God.

    >a PERFECT religion would take into account man's failings, Christianity clearly FAILED to do that.
    Off course and Christianity takes into account mans failings. And that's why the God is so patient with humans, and he sends us His help; and instead of condemning us, he gives us the oportiunity to apologise.

    >You cannot claim that Islam is evil because the Koran says bad things, when you claim Christianity is perfect despite the fact the bible says horrible things.
    Those horrible things which you say, are those laws which were made by the humans of that ere, called ss Mosaic law, and as i tell you again for the billion time, God didn't tell humans those laws, but those humans made the Mosaic law.

    >Jesus wasn't perfect at all, otherwise he would not have had moments of doubt would he?
    When you say moments of doubts what do you mean? Can you tell me an example?

    >Or have you not actually read the New Testament either?
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    Govtcheez: Come on man..... don't be so hypocritical! We both know why you closed the threat and there is no reason to hide yourself behind your little finger.

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    Get over it dude. This is cprogramming.com.

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    Starting a new thread to re-open a closed one is not a good idea and is just plain rude.

    And we'd appreciate it if you cease and desisted from trying to start something with Govtcheez.
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    >> If you don't believe that your religion isn't perfect and does have some errors you shouldn't be following it. It's your religion!! It's the thing which should be above all, with no errors. It's not arrogant to say that Christianity doesn't have any errors. ( Humans have errors, but not the God. )
    Christianity is perfect. Jesus was perfect and as a human was sinless. You have to read about Christianity and the work of Jesus ( and not only ) to understand this.


    Well, I'm not religious. The difference between us is that I am fine with the knowledge that it is impossible to have an answer to everything. I don't need to pretend there is perfection where none exists.

    >> When saying "ill" you mean "ill people" ? If yes, we shouldn't blame Chrisstianity for those ills Christians. People choose their one path. As i stated previously many Christians don't do what God wants. The right sentence to use should be: if all Christians did what Cristianity wants no ill wouldn't have come of them( not of it ).

    Uh huh... Your contradicting yourself again. You shouldn't blame Islam for the paths particular people choose to take.

    As for the 'root' of the problem, I think it isn't any one religion, but the concept of religion - an irrational set of beliefs which people refuse to compromise.
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    > Govtcheez: Come on man..... don't be so hypocritical! We both know why you closed the threat and there is no reason to hide yourself behind your little finger.

    Yeah. That's right. Woe is me. I told you to PM me with a valid reason other than your pointless diatribes, I'd reopen it. I never got a PM from you.

    > And we'd appreciate it if you cease and desisted from trying to start something with Govtcheez.

    Hey, whatever he wants. He's not going to win, though.

    I'm closing this again. You make ANOTHER one, and your account is gone.

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