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The Intelligence Of The Anti-Faith Secular Humanists Will Vanish.

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"Intelligence" and "secular humanism" are mutually exclusive.

That has nothing to do with religion or the Judeo-Christion God...It's that they're nihilists, and nihilism is one of the most anti-intellectual things I can think of.
LMAO ....

Perfect comment.

Nothing left to be said.

Thread closed.

Cool post.
A goody.
Here is a word you might like:
oxymoron -- "a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction"
For example "An intelligent anti-faith Secular Humanists"

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"Intelligence" and "secular humanism" are mutually exclusive.

That has nothing to do with religion or the Judeo-Christion God...It's that they're nihilists, and nihilism is one of the most anti-intellectual things I can think of.
LMAO ....

Perfect comment.

Nothing left to be said.

Thread closed.

Cool post.
A goody.
Here is a word you might like:
oxymoron -- "a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction"
For example "An intelligent anti-faith Secular Humanists"

JAG

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As a Baptist do you believe that 2/3rds of Jews will die when Jesus returns and a third will convert? Do you believe in the Rapture?
 

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I believe you are splitting hairs. It is for good reason that David Foster Wallace said that we all worship something and the only choice in the matter is what we choose to worship. We are literally hardwired for it.
The problem is the definition of religion. Most atheists are going to insist that it requires belief in a supernatural dimension - god. Atheists do not believe such exists, and people, like you, insist that atheists have a religion, but you are not keen enough to realize that you have to adjust the definition to somehow include people who do not believe in the supernatural. I am offering a definition for religion that does not require belief in a supernatural: the practice of exercises that maintain dignity.

Now, that is relative to the community of people that a person respects, and usually that requires a system of principles that are guarded by the organization of traditions. Traditional religions include belief in the supernatural, and members guard that principle by shaming those who violate the principle, and respecting those who also guard the principle.

Atheists are very new in their organization of principles, and so, they appear chaotic to you, and me, but I am going to deliver the corrections.
 
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"Intelligence" and "secular humanism" are mutually exclusive.

That has nothing to do with religion or the Judeo-Christion God...It's that they're nihilists, and nihilism is one of the most anti-intellectual things I can think of.
LMAO ....

Perfect comment.

Nothing left to be said.

Thread closed.

Cool post.
A goody.
Here is a word you might like:
oxymoron -- "a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction"
For example "An intelligent anti-faith Secular Humanists"

JAG

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As a Baptist do you believe that 2/3rds of Jews will die when Jesus returns and a third will convert? Do you believe in the Rapture?

"As a Baptist do you believe that 2/3rds of Jews will die when
Jesus returns and a third will convert? Do you believe in the
Rapture?"__Surada


I am in the Baptist and Reformed Presbyterian traditions.
I am not to fond of denominational labels. They can be very
misleading/confusing as all labels can be misleading/confusing,
for example:
Bob: Are you a Fundamentalist?
Tom: Yes.
Bob: So you handle rattlesnakes in your church services.
Tom: What?
Bob: Well I know some Fundies who handle rattlesnakes in church.

LOL , , , you see my point about labels?

With regard to Christian Eschatology: I am a Postmillennialist.
Postmillennialists do not believe that National Israel has any future role
in history other than being a nation, just like all other nations, that will
eventually become Christianized. We believe that all nations
will come to know the Lord Jesus as Savior through the power
of the Holy Spirit using the simple gospel presented in the New
Testament to convert them. We believe this is a slow gradual
process that will require mega-millenniums yet ahead.

Regarding the "rapture": Yes I do believe in what you call a
"rapture" but NOT the way the Premillennialists teach it. My view
of the "rapture" : The Rapture is The Second Coming of our Lord Jesus,
which is going to be a very very long time in the far off future.

Best.

JAG
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You
will soon be entering the house of so-called "higher education" aka the University
where your mind will be exposed to the sinful evil unbelief of the Secular Humanists
who are a self-worshiping gaggle of Academic Pseudo-intellectual Philosophical
Talking Heads who do not have enough wisdom to escape the perish of
John 3:16
That's a lot of crazy in a small space.
 

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There is a difference between knowledge and living so that one becomes the best version of themselves. Even PhD knowledge of history or science can't build character.
History shows people how evil humans are. The alien Jesus is he that can change that, living in our mind. Devils will not say the truth in anything. You said the truth. The best version of ourselves is filthy rags. Jesus is he that makes us to be good. I see Jesus in you.
 

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"As a Baptist do you believe that 2/3rds of Jews will die when
Jesus returns and a third will convert? Do you believe in the
Rapture?"__Surada


I am in the Baptist and Reformed Presbyterian traditions.
I am not to fond of denominational labels. They can be very
misleading/confusing as all labels can be misleading/confusing,
for example:
Bob: Are you a Fundamentalist?
Tom: Yes.
Bob: So you handle rattlesnakes in your church services.
Tom: What?
Bob: Well I know some Fundies who handle rattlesnakes in church.

LOL , , , you see my point about labels?

With regard to Christian Eschatology: I am a Postmillennialist.
Postmillennialists do not believe that National Israel has any future role
in history other than being a nation, just like all other nations, that will
eventually become Christianized. We believe that all nations
will come to know the Lord Jesus as Savior through the power
of the Holy Spirit using the simple gospel presented in the New
Testament to convert them. We believe this is a slow gradual
process that will require mega-millenniums yet ahead.

Regarding the "rapture": Yes I do believe in what you call a
"rapture" but NOT the way the Premillennialists teach it. My view
of the "rapture" : The Rapture is The Second Coming of our Lord Jesus,
which is going to be a very very long time in the far off future.

Best.

JAG
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Christian eschatology with regard to the Jews is pretty ugly and shallow minded.
 

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History shows people how evil humans are. The alien Jesus is he that can change that, living in our mind. Devils will not say the truth in anything. You said the truth. The best version of ourselves is filthy rags. Jesus is he that makes us to be good. I see Jesus in you.
Thank you. I was taught to see Jesus, a divine spark, in everyone in front of me. It is there in all of us. There was only one instance where I met someone so cold I could not find that spark. I still pray for him. Jesus said we are the salt of the earth. That has always meant a lot to me, especially during times I feel I have failed. God has faith in us, and that is worth holding close to our hearts.
 
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Christian eschatology with regard to the Jews is pretty ugly and shallow minded.
Not in the mighty victorious Postmillennial Eschatological System.
The exact opposite of ugly. Full restoration. Total forgiveness.
The Jews now have the same opportunity to believe in the Lord
Jesus as their Savior as you and I do.

Best.

JAG

PS
In fact the New Testament anticipates a huge enormous Jewish conversion
to Christianity before history ends.


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