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    Yesterday, 09:16 PM
    And what are those exactly? Why does living in a no religion and god society lead to a soviet empire?
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    Yesterday, 09:02 PM
    And you think without religion and god that is the way it could go?
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    Yesterday, 08:39 PM
    I think King James, and the Northern Ireland troubles, are enough to say No! The holy land, the Roman christians, the lot. Can you just imagine America will that unfettered brain power without religion and god, what a great country it could be.
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    Yesterday, 08:29 PM
    If you believe in a creator, well you are wrong.
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    Yesterday, 08:24 PM
    I agree. I've met not so potty mouth individuals, and they do lie a lot.
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    01-13-2017, 07:42 PM
    What you've stated is partly true, nobody who lives a life without christianity can somehow give all the answers to living a logical life. Like the idea of knocking down the holy land is a touchy one, and not realistic. But obviously somebody who doesn't believe in any of that there, can see clear headed, as to those who believe simply can't. And don't want to live a reality without such rules. They can't control their urges to be bad in life without the need for guidance from religion and the belief in a higher power with save them.
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    01-12-2017, 12:20 PM
    Government isn't god, but without it, society wouldn't run too well either. The government actually exists, where as the stories of the bible are questionable. It is easy to use that as a crutch, but believing in such wild stories from the past is more emotional than logical.
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    01-12-2017, 12:02 PM
    No, evidence. The creator could of just forgiven sins, not sacrifice a person. The bible was used to enslave and liberate people. The bible isn't absolute truth, it is a part of history. But it is dangerous.
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    01-12-2017, 11:36 AM
    Yes but there are problems with it, it isn't just a book of rules that everyone just follows so well, and there is no conflict with what to believe. That is the purpose of the program, as well could society not do better without it. We don't live in that time.
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    01-12-2017, 10:50 AM
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Zyq06GvOQ8
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    01-11-2017, 11:39 AM
    Really what is actually being stated is does science prioritize over the belief in you know a creator.
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    01-11-2017, 11:02 AM
    Without science we wouldn't even have cures for diseases. The superstition and mindset by some of the members on this board is worryingly dangerous. I'm not surprised why America isn't doing well in the world.
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    01-10-2017, 08:18 PM
    No its true, the world has changed quite a bit in that time. If you want to delude yourself into thinking everything government does is bad, or misleading then that is where you are going wrong.
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    01-05-2017, 08:27 PM
    No, an employed person doesn't go dish washing because somebody else doesn't want to, unless that employee used them they should clean them. My experience of the example was in a charity shop, so the management were just bossing involuntary volunteers and volunteers, taking the piss. Just to get others to do the work, with little appreciation. And no I wouldn't make any cups of tea for anyone or use anything there myself, I want nothing to do with places like that. Some people in business just get others to do work so they don't have to, human nature is corruptible anywhere, everyone has a mindset oh I'll get someone else to do it. Its okay, just this alone, even if they think well may be I shouldn't do this. I don't trust people with their views, there is always a reason for big or small tasks.
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    01-05-2017, 08:22 PM
    No that is getting people to do work because management doesn't want to even if they are employed. People like that can fuck off. I'm tired of big arrogant ass's who are employed and think they are better than others and look down on welfare loafers and have such pedal stood attitudes to the world. Get off your own high horse. So many who work and practice god think they are so much better than the ungodly welfare thumping scroungers.
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    01-04-2017, 11:52 AM
    That is just being lazy himself, why should somebody do something they shouldn't be doing, unless they want to actually do that. Okay their employed, but really that is just getting employed people to do tasks they probably don't want to do. Who ever used the cup or dish should clean it themselves, when I was a volunteer in a charity shop, I was told one volunteer was told to clean some plates when he wasn't the one that used them, that was just exploiting unemployed people on welfare, that is taking the piss. No money for that, forget people like that. The people who made the mess should of cleaned that up, that isn't anyone volunteers job, voluntary or involuntary, sadly the management has to do it since they work there. Or the time, when a few volunteers were cleaning the rubbish out back, I had to do this myself, and one guy was complaining like he was to good to do it, which I can't really fault someone for that, I thought the management wasn't right about that, that was just exploiting. Obviously this was volunteering, not paid employment, but either way I don't think getting people to do tasks just because the management doesn't want to themselves is wrong at times.
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    01-04-2017, 11:39 AM
    Government may be big, but it needs to be big. We don't live in 1917.
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    01-04-2017, 11:33 AM
    No it is a bad attitude. Its a contradiction, nobody who holds views such as Libertarianism can call themselves a christian, but then since the old testament sanctions slavery, assault and all the nasties of life, what can one even expect. If you want my view on religion and god generally, Jerusalem's holy sites should be for social homes. Benefit the residents, not myth and mad for all madness from the past just to live in this reality we call life.
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