Rude Mofos

Apologetics budding superstar Sheldon Agonson, has taken my statements and converted to mainstream apologetics. I am not angry with his twisting and lying and misplacing my words to analyze them out of context. I am sorry for his soul, as he, like so many before him have proven that lying and twisting is the only convincing argument for Jesus. An update was added to Websterss in line 2. I know, I was warned to stay away, and you were all correct in your advisories. But I’m happy to have another brother in hell to look over to Lazarus and Abraham, across that gulf of misery and lament eternity with me. Hell is for the heathen, but the servants in hell will be the liars. The only reason he would lie the way he has, is he knows there is no hell, and his need for dominating validation has trumped his senses. He continues to play from apologetics 101, and baiting accusations to attract endless replies to pad the stats bar for his two readers. This is either intentional, his reading comprehension is elementary, or English is his second language. I’m willing to give a pass if needed. Sheldon, in one post you have done what most apologist do in three. You have tagged atheism in your post, gleefully stating you were happy to have someone argumentative to call you out on your babbling accusations about atheist laziness to argue with you. Cherry picked points and ignored convincing arguments on morality. Sheldon, you keep saying you want an answer. The answers were given in the first paragraph. You may not like my writing style, but the answer you seek was given plainly. And lastly, you keep directing the comments to your site. Control is key for apologists. Editing and keeping control of the argument on your turf isn’t smart. It’s weak. You know damn well your comments would get eaten alive by our readers, and you hid in the confines of control. Hope you’re better than that with your family, but alas… that is the Christian male working in you. Once again, humanist morality outshines the god of the Bible and his followers. You have repeatedly accused me of attacking the church. Fact checking and quoting scripture is damning to the church on its own merits. I don’t need to attack. A careful reading of scripture shows your roots. And your bias can only be confirmed when you agree with its morality.

Author: jim-

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177 thoughts on “Rude Mofos”

  1. Wow! Lots of traffic on this one.
    Is the Christian approach to blast others? Sounds more like a sense of entitlement versus a religion.
    In the end it’s all a limp noodle over cooked thrown at the wall to see what sticks to determine if you want a bite… lifes too short to waste your days with a megaphone preaching to the heathens

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    1. We have a very honest group here. When someone distorts or edits or deletes our comments to prove jesus, the troops come out fast.

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          1. That’s understandable. Underinflated egos dont belong in religion otherwise people may tend to feel they might have wasted a number of years of their life. I’ve recently seen social media drama unfold and a quote from a recent high school graduate starting that the Church is always right. That scared me in many ways. They would certainly pass a background check and I’d bet a kidney that they are active voters.

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            1. I have faith in spirit and well being. I’d put a devout Soldier who lives the Seven Army Values against a strong religious leader every time when it comes to integrity. Humans seem to thrive to believe in something.
              We know I need my kidneys Haha!
              Jeep owners… I know some. Most of them like to dump loads of money into something that never sees mud, and others go for the social status but don’t ever trick them out other than the sticker on the window so they can wave at other Jerp brethren passing by. Like a motorcycle thing.

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  2. I came across this exchange in the comments section of the “Historical Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus” video he linked to in his “2018” Easter” post:

    Viced Rhino
    Fun fact, the majority of biblical scholars who specialize in Jesus studies are employed by Christian organizations that keep them contractually obligated to agree with their religious doctrine. So if they Express any doubt on anything Jesus related, they lose their job.

    spiritualthinker2
    +Viced Rhino

    And your source for this “fact” is?

    5 flapjacks
    I’m going to need you to cite your sources for that claim…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bulv857pKmI&lc=UgxHf147MktWRtF7rCx4AaABAg (“Highlighted comment” at the top)

    Seems the religious prefer evidence over faith after all. 🙂

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    1. TheCommonAtheist evidentiary committee has reviewed this video and approved this message. The video though, uses to much scriptural reference to count as third party review, and more will be needed. TCA’s final analysis, is this; you know the little white speck on the top of the chicken shit? That little white speck is chicken shit too. Next!

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  3. Ahm, Jim I did not want to mention it earlier incase you were against it, but I left a comment that maybe in moderation. I asked a question I was hoping you and your readers could help me with. If you do not want it asked OK, but I was thinking maybe it got stuck in your spam file as it had a link in it. Be well. Hugs.

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        1. Yes, and accused me of attacking the church instead of answering questions. He deleted my comments that explained my position. His opening was “Atheists are lazy and don’t know anything, that’s why they don’t believe in god”. This group here could be the apologists if they believed it. Excellent scholars.

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          1. He missed one point. Atheists actually read the religious scriptures, got tired of it and left. What I don’t understand is, why fight on blog posts? Maybe because no one can see us argue face to face.

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            1. No. It is 80% of the population. Although it’s declining quicker these days. Only half go to church

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            2. It’s not about movies but when we ask him to come to the movies with us, he says it’s a sin. How can it be a sin when there weren’t any movies when Bible was written?

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            3. Lol. Not really. That’s political. There’s 300 different Christian churches in the town near me. Christianity is a mess dude. Really. They are masterful at masking the crisis

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            4. They each think they are better than the others. But they are all the same. They are not divided by economic classes, but the more economically depressed a region is, the higher the Christian population

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            5. By class, I meant divided socially, not economically. There are castes and sub castes, some forward and others backward. Some idiot divided ages ago and we’re suffering now. Religion thrives on poverty in that case. In India, people are offered money on conversion to Christianity and Islam. (An open secret)

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            6. Well yes and no I think. But I’m not sure how it works there. Here they are all equally crazy, and that’s enough

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            7. We have a lot of competition between different christian faiths. They all think the others all do it wrong. This is an interesting conversion. I thought that was normal lol

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            8. It’s true. The particles (churches) are scattered and bouncing around on their own. Total disconnect from the source.

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            9. Some of the sects really push uber high standards. Hearing f bombs and seeing titty is really immoral in Christianity

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            10. @Bharath Upendra. The reason it’s important to respond and to deal with these theists posts is because of those reading and not commenting. A second view of what is being said is really important. For everyone commenting there are normally ten times as many just reading and taking in the information. Hugs

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            11. Yet Jim think of this. I have many views and I am on many blogs, yet the simple true statements of of you and those like you carry far more weight and influence far many people than I ever could. Keep up the grand work. Hugs

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          2. I’m an atheist and I’m pretty lazy, but that isn’t why I don’t believe in god. I don’t believe in a god cause gods don’t exist. Well, outside of my friend Marty. He was a god when it came to playing pool. Guy was amazing.

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    1. Hi Scottie. What was your question?

      The passage cited (1 Tim 5:8, NIV) reads: “Anyone who does not provide for their relatives, and especially for their own household, has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.”

      Here’s a link to the entire chapter for context:
      http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1%20Timothy+5&version=NIV

      It’s clearly about how to treat relatives, widows and church elders. There’s no mention of believers having a duty to own weapons of any kind, let alone AR-15 assault rifles.

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      1. Hello Ron. I question the following statements

        where he declared that any Christian who does not own the equivalent of an AR-15 assault rifle “has denied the Christian faith” and is “worse than a heathen.”

        and

        he believed God had told him that the mountain states were the “tip of the spear in the freedom fight.”

        also

        Baldwin believes that “the South was right in the War Between the States”, and that the leaders of the Confederacy were not racists.

        Ron as I quoted above he does say christians should won the equivalent of an AR-15. That alone makes me wonder about him and his view of christianity. Then I read further and really wonder about his sanity and make up. He appears to feel that christians and jews should live in certain states as the rest of the country is unsafe for them. Persecution complex? Lastly his views on the Civil war are wrong and uneducated. So I was wondering from the former christians on here how they would address these issues. Thanks. Hugs

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        1. Scottie,

          I can only speak for myself, but the first two statements are completely out of sync with both the passage cited and the doctrines I was exposed to growing up. Had he preached that in my church, he would have been quickly defrocked and shown the door. Interestingly enough, Google maps show his former church (Crossroad Baptist Church 6800 Mobile Hwy Pensacola FL) as permanently closed, and the link to their website now leads to a Japanese dating/marriage page. However there is a Gateway Baptist Church occupying the same location, so I wonder if his pastoral retirement and sudden move to Montana may have been due to a major fallout between himself and his congregation. And a quick perusal of his website leads me to conclude he follows John Galt and Atlas Shrugged more fervently than he follows Jesus and the Bible. Where he departs company from other conservative Christians in in denouncing President Trump as a traitor to the Constitution.

          As for the third statement, I’m unable to comment because competing historical claims leave me uncertain about the underlying root causes and reasons behind the civil war.

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          1. Thank you Ron for replying. I know the world has many different people who have many different ways, but I wonder why my first response was that the guy was dangerous. He maybe or he may not be, but I responded that way to what I read about him. I wonder if I would have reacted the same if he had not had a religion as his catalyst? If he had similar views but was not a preacher would I still have felt that he was a danger. I am pondering my own reaction to what I read. Hugs

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        2. Got your email Scottie. There is an element in Christianity that are nutty and fearful and 100% believe apocalyptically. Believers with this mindset that become preachers, attract the same type of nuts, or create them always preaching fear, and using scripture they draw whatever (logical) conclusions they want to suite their need and justify their fear. This guy is a whacko. Westborough baptist does the same thing against gays. According to them, everything wrong in the world is your fault. These types of personalities should never have read a bible, as everything they do is a one discipline magnification always based on hate and fear in the name of god. Worse than an unbeliever? Lol. I would put yours or mine, or any of our moral compasses against any Christian because we care, not because we are obligated by gods. We care because we’re thoughtful, not of obligation to appease and angry god. At the end of the day, when Christians taut morality, it is always sexual morality that is their big deal, and the heathens don’t regard consensual sex as a sin, so it’s our fault the world is bad. But see, in Christianity, sex is the only thing that is wrong, and then it’s ok under their structure of marriage. No other sin is ok ever. Anyway, the gospel is supposed to bring peace and love, but it often creates the opposite. Just remember this simple rule in religion. If you ever hear something that doesn’t seem right, it isn’t right. Very simple but many try to overthink it.

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          1. Thanks Jim. I have heard people say the end times are near or that the time of Jesus return is soon, but I never put it together with the apocalypse. Guess I should try to read revelations to see what these guys are so afraid of. Be well. Hugs

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            1. Revelation is a lifetime of guesses, hints, and it’s all stuff that has already happened. They just think next time it’s going to REALLY happen. It’s worth a look, but without bias commentary you’ll struggle with the codes. Everything the Bible has predicted has already happened. Human nature is cyclical and predictable. Nothing more.

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            2. Ah, OK. I just asked Nan a question, maybe you could answer it also if you want to. So is Revelations the same as the end times? IF it already happened it can’t be. I am confused. Hugs

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            3. Scottie, you may not recall, but I covered some of Revelation’s content in my book. It’s by no means a comprehensive look, but it may fill in some blanks for you. 🙂

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            4. Thank you Nan. I will read that part again. All I remember about Revelations was that weird stuff was to happen, Satan gets to torture people, and then god comes back with his city New Jerusalem. Do people really think , I mean really expect , all the stuff described to happen? Or do they take it as metaphors? Hugs

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            5. Probably the most telling verse in Revelation is the very first verse where John writes (NIV): The revelation from Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show his servants what must soon take place. (Emphasis mine)

              How many years has it been now? A couple thousand or so? I always thought the word “soon” meant in the near future, shortly, or before long.

              As for your question related to metaphors … fundamentalist, inerrant bible-believing Christians take it all quite literally. Except the “soon” part, of course.

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            6. Yes. But with the Lord a day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years are like a day.

              So please have patience. It’s barely been two days in ‘God’ time.

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            7. If this were true, the test of the average human is about 20 minutes of the lords time. 70 years of a thousand would be a 20 minute decision to determine your eternal octillion year sentence.

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            8. Touché, Nan. One of the job hazards of arguing with the apologists over long periods of time is you end up adopting their habits . As Nietzsche said:

              “He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And if you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you.”

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  4. I too regret engaging the incurious, indoctrinated Christian critical thinking luddites. These folks are a very tempting target and it takes a couple frustrating attempts at reasoning fall on finger stuffed ears. While being a glib rebuttal the two words that couve all I wish to impart are “as if”.

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  5. There are two things I can not understand that I find prevalent in apologetics. The first is the moral high ground of lying for your deity / religion. The second is the firm determination to not see clear points in a conversation / debate. The idea that it is possible to do things you normally say are wrong in the act of promoting your god who is the moral authority for you is a concept I can not quite get my head around. The idea that ignoring and refusing to acknowledge a valid point of reality is just dumb I think, and it destroys your argument no matter what you are in favor of. A person arguing for the correctness of their religion who also claims the Earth is flat, that the sun goes around the Earth and makes claims against well known science is not worth taking seriously and can be dismissed instantly in my opinion. Have I missed anything? Hugs

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      1. Jim I am not as well versed in the subject as you are as I was never a really religious believer. I have had little experience in arguing with religious fanatics other than Mel, brainyawn, Colorstorm, and a few others. I don’t think I could do such a post justice. You however could really make a great post out of it. Hugs

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    1. Sorry Jim. I’m not going to bother. My long LONG list of heathen, decadent, perverted, naughty-n-nasty To Do’s in a very happy life just cannot accomodate baffoons like this guy.

      The prude is the libertine without the courage to face his naked soul. But freedom means the conquest of ignorance. A free people would need no censor of plays or of costumes. — A.S. Neill

      Sheldon who? 😴

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  6. Who tha hell is Sheldon Agonson!? Hahahaha! 🤔

    Lemme guess… another penny-a-dozen Christian commentator on a book? One book? When all a person has to do is just read that one book for themselves?

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    1. Found him. All I had to do was read his About page:

      Dear reader,

      To put it bluntly, I don’t care; Leave me alone. If I want to write something I may post it. If you want to read a post you may read it. That is the whole of our relationship.

      Sincerely,
      Dr. Agonson

      Hahahaha! I’ve met SO many royal, hyper-testosteroned Alpha-assholes in my life that if I did have a penny for everyone of them, including the ones on the soccer fields I’ve played against or with, I’d be a multi-trillionaire. It is the same story and sad ending over and over and over ad nauseum. 😴 This guy is no different than ColorfulSprinkles, BrainYawn, and the newest pseudo-apologist the Pastor and all future ones to come… who just follow the crowd and behave like robots that can’t think for themselves.

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            1. I don’t usually write stuff like this about total strangers, BUT when you write an About page like that? Seriously?

              I wouldn’t be surprised if he were also an AR-packing Nazi Skin-head. It’s the same symptomatic behavior and verbalizations.

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            2. AHA! Found you at last, you Russian swine, you! I’ve been hunting you down since the cold war ended, Dr. Litvinenko, and now I’ve found you! I’m coming for that bowl of borscht of owe me, and by God, I won’t leave you be til I get it!

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            3. Hahahaha!!! Wait a second you self-righteous Yankee! You got the wrong man. I am Dr. Mikhail Baryshnikov, the world-famous ballet dancer, poet, and progenitor of Christian Ala Bullshit Apologetika!!! Now, unHAND ME you swiney hunter!!! (runs and begins singing…)

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            4. Moons a Soviet-Red mooney ass in the American’s general direction yelling…

              Поцелуй мой жопа !!!

              (…then trips and falls over his tangled pants around his feet)
              Ow. Think I broke my Russian wanker. 😨

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            5. Bwahahahaha! Now wait! They told me they DELETED all of those files of me dancing on stage as well as all those files/tapes of me with Kathy Lee Gifford and Margaret Court in my BDSM dungeons!!!! Oh shit. 😲

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    2. One book. And they can’t be bothered to read that one through, either.

      “About the time of my parole hearing (1993), I completed my study of all the words of Jesus in the New Testament. To my surprise, after months of studying Jesus, I concluded that He did not have one good thing to say about money. Most of Jesus’ statements about riches, wealth, and material gain were in a negative context.”

      I Was Wrong: Excerpt From Jim Bakker’s Autobiographical Book

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      1. Hahahaha! 🤣 That is classic Ron! Bulls-eye! But two things:

        #1 — Prosperity theology is the “New Age” Gospel son! What Jesus said and inferred in the Gospels no longer holds gold in today’s modern hermeneutics/exegesis… as the “New Church Fathers” like Oral Roberts, Robert Tilton, Kenneth Copeland, Joel Osteen, and Kenneth Hagin, to name just five would scream from the pulpit! 😛

        #2 — Negative context from Jesus’ mouth about wealth, riches, material gain were all concepts of Essene, Nasoraean, Ebionite, and all the other outlying Jewish sects taught: ascetic lifestyle for God/Yahweh. Ignorant Hellenistic Christological Apotheosis believers today don’t know shit about. 😮

        Besides, Jim Bakker isn’t a “real” Holy Spirit filled Christian like the others. 😈 Hehehe

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        1. Seems anyone with an audience can claim anything is the way they claim with the way they spin the holy scriptures to their benefit or will. Hugs

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          1. Scottie, the “Holy Spirit” and “God’s Will & Ways” work in all sorts of mysterious, hocus-pocus ways!

            Bottom-line is… with all the modern DISTORTIONS of Jesus’ true, pure teachings — with only a heavy understanding of his Jewish background and shown (partially via inference) from the Dead Sea Scrolls — you are absolutely right! Preachers, or what I call super-charged salesmen with degrees in marketing-pandering to human Placebo-effects and Peer-assimilation/pressure… can accomplish MEGA-churches like we see globally, but particularly in the gullible USA, that are bank-rolling their way into Paradise. LOL 🤣😈 Jesus? Who’s he?

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            1. The epitomy of the Placebo-effect and Crowd/Mob mentality or also known as Peer-assimilation/pressure. It is a near proven medical-scientific study. It validates the old saying: “Monkey see and feel, monkey do and orgasms.

              Or maybe it was worded another way? 🤔 😉

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            2. Professor not to be insulting but to me these high charged Jesus preachers seem like the car salesman I have been dealing with since I took my car to the dealer and told them I was thinking of buying a newer vehicle. They are like the hang on ell fish on sharks and such. They cling to any word even when I repeat I am not buying today. One followed me for over an hour. He brought me four different models even though I kept telling him I was just looking not buying. I thought about offering him a sandwich if he would just leave me alone. ( I was having serving on my van at the dealership so I couldn’t leave ) Oh well does this mean that preachers are cars salespeople? Desperate to make that deal and get that commision no matter what must be said. Hugs

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            3. …does this mean that preachers are cars salespeople? Desperate to make that deal and get that commision no matter what must be said.

              I think that is a great question Scottie and personally, yes! I feel they are because everyone under the spell of “the Holy Spirit,” that euphoric excitement are more vulnerable and gullible. In sports, for me soccer, if my team or myself got TOO pumped up, fired up, we ACTUALLY would make poor decisions. We’d get overly confident and too tricky and forget about TEAM. We’d forget about utilizing everyone’s talent on the team and be a show-off prima-donna, or in my case in goal… make a stupid cocky mistake.

              BUT the hypnotizing temptation for preachers and evangelists is the numbers game — the more you recruit, the better the payoff, and financial rewards in most all cases. But hey, it’s all for the Kingdom of God and the Rapture! 🤑

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            4. Professor You are so hot! You have no idea how sexualy exciting you are and that makes you a supernova. If I was only 30 years younger….oh I would be after you … and enjoy every minute of it..

              Oh well to reality. You explain it correctly, a numbers for them. I wonder how we fight against that considering we have to tell the truth and they can lie? Hugs.

              ps. If ever in florida look me up? Please! Hugs 😍😘

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          1. We’ve got to hide and dig a hole
Build a bunker get some gold
Buy some guns and food supplies
Protect us from the coming spies-
Hide the kids and family too
Stores we need for a year or two
Wait who told the pending doom?
Casting fear from room to room?
TBN and our neighbor too
The Christian lord is coming soon
But first destruction comes our way
No one knows the hour or day
Who said what again may I ask?
That put you fear to do this task
On their word your deeds arise?
Do me a favor… Go back inside!



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            1. The first comment I can find is my rebuttal to his accusation. I am driving right now so give me a few minutes.

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            2. Yes. Kia got pretty mad. I don’t blame him on that one. Blatant lies. You’d think god could spread his own word if it was that important

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            1. He has a you tube channel. Sounds like an adolescent boy who thinks way too highly of himself and his own ‘knowledge’. Don’t worry. He’ll probably grow out of it once he has to get a job and become an adult in the real world away from mummy and daddy

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            2. My wife teaches part time at a learning center and a lot of the Christian kids are arrogant and very self-centered know it all’s. Seems to fit

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            1. He doesn’t even know what he doesn’t know — that’s such a profound statement that fits pretty much any blogging Christian.

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            2. He’s probably 17 or 18 with delusions of grandeur and an over inflated estimation of his own intelligence. Basically a percolating, but not done yet, Mel. “Get thee to bible college son”

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