RE: [creationevolutiondebate] OXYMORON: CHRISITAN EVOLUTIONISTS....ARE HYPOCRITES & APOSTATES
> -----Original Message-----According to the Church, it is baptism that makes one a Christian and Confirmation that seals it. The Church has relied on its ancient creeds, not the Bible for its standard of orthodoxy. To be sure, those doctrines are somewhat based on scripture but also on other parts of the tradition.
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> EVOLUTIONISTS....ARE HYPOCRITES & APOSTATES
> That's the point, the bible's version of what is or is not a christian is just
> bogus. All of you are heretics and apostates, because the bible is just a silly
> confused mess whereby you edit, redact, and made new stuff up to fit the
> belief de jure.
>Nope, but I am amused in that you believe in a separated self that cannot be proved to have any real existence, yet have made it the center of your world...
> The bible is contradictory, and yes, I am the center of my world. Who did you
> want to be the center of my world? You and your silly religious myths?
>Yet, like you, these televangelists really don't seem to know Jesus.
> Again, last night I listened to the American Family Radio station that has 24
> hour Christian brainwashing, and the theme all through November is to LOVE
> JEsus more than you love your children, your spouse, your family, friends, or
>Attraction and repulsion are two sides of the same magnet. You're in its field either way.
> YOU, says AFR are just shit and your only hope is to let some imaginary
> delusion control your life and turn you into a zombie.
> Hitler demanded the same thing...
- On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 8:51 AM, Katherine Trammell
> Objectivism - the philosophy of Ayn Rand. "My philosophy, in essence, is the concept of man as a heroic being,"Investigators are now piecing together a deadly puzzle that is
> with his own happiness as the moral purpose of his life, with productive achievement as his noblest activity, and
> reason as his only absolute." - Ayn Rand
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