Discussion in 'The Red Room' started by The Night Funky, Sep 8, 2019.
Yet another gay conversion shyster comes out as gay.
Although, maybe there is.
Religion. I hope Jesus comes back and is like, “ did you not listen to a thing I said?”
I think it was in Hannah and her Sisters where Max Von Sydow's character spends a day watching daytime TV and religious programming for the first time in his life. His analysis was "If Jesus came back today, he'd never stop throwing up."
pence stole forbin's pee porn collection!`
What is there about this you disagree with @Dayton Kitchens?
Why? What's wrong with it?
Clearly the ar-15 in jebus' right hand was photoshopped out. Oh, and Jebus clearly never supported things like love. Jebus was all about hate everyone who is not from arkansas and a product of incest.
I've put $5 on it being a white Jesus (referring to the recent "Jesus portrayed as blond and white" topic between himself, garamet, and others). Dayton doesn't forget the people who correct him. Well, okay, he does sometimes, but he doesn't make the same mistake twice. Wait, that's not true at all, he makes the same mistakes time after time after time, often doubling down. He's also a petty asshole.
That one is correct.
Na, @Dayton Kitchens isn't a gun nut by any stretch, but he does have a very fringe perspective on Jesus' teachings I agree.
I was thinking it was either the hair colour or just a general dislike of gay people.
Jesus using a vulgarity/profanity for one.
Also a gross misstatement about "not judging" which was a statement about avoiding hypocritical judgement. Not about not calling sin what it is.
In fact, Jesus himself after saying "judge not lest ye be not judged" told the adulterous woman "Go and sin no more".
Are you without sin?
Has he been stoning adulterers lately?
Please clear up what you mean by stoning.
Possibly the Palins for getting a divorce, keep an eye on the news.
Perhaps someone should warn their security about a dog wearing a security guard uniform named samuel trying to gain access to Palin.
Never committed adultery which was the sin in question in this instance.
The New Testament allows divorce under some circumstances (adultery).
No, the point was in no way stated to be specific to adultery.
Are you without sin?
Of course not. No one is. But I fail to see your point. You are suggesting that a person cannot "judge" someone else if they have sins. That isn't what Jesus was saying there or elsewhere in the New Testament.
Yes it was. You are not in a position to judge others for their sins unless you lack them yourself.
Of course in truth we do in fact judge others, we do it all the time, but nonetheless the meaning of that passage is clear.
I'm not guilty of the sins I judge others for.
Then, rather than pointing out the speck in other peoples' eyes, you should be spending your energy removing the log in your own eye. For example: Impersonating a federal officer on a message board (Thou shall not lie, Thou shall not bear false witness against your neighbor).
You don't seem to have a good grasp of what this passage is about. No.
And I'm passing no judgements on anyone who used a Wildlife Officers picture from the internet as their avatar picture.
I haven't updated my location on here in more than 7 years. Is that a lie?
Did you claim to be someone you were not? Is doing so a lie?
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