Warhead wrote:my head burns with War.
Ross_Varn wrote:Scottsman wrote:After reading all this, I have come to the conclusion that I am incapable of telling when you guys are trolling and when you are serious, and I doubt you can tell either.
I think he gets it.
Natalya wrote:What's that? I can't hear you over the sound of how banned you are.
OneEye589 wrote:Would you complain if an athiest was debating religious practices in the same set up?
stubby wrote:omg noob, balrogs are maiars too, don't you know anything
BFenix wrote:Silent-sigfig wrote:
Coolest 1000th post ever
Natalya wrote:OneEye589 wrote:Would you complain if an athiest was debating religious practices in the same set up?
I don't recall complaining.
Natalya wrote:Dude that stuff in the bible probably never even happened. It was written like 70 years after the fact. In a totally different languange.
IVhorseman wrote:I'm the Several Hundred Dollar Man!
Rayhawk wrote:"Give him the stick DON'T GIVE HIM THE STICK" was a major part of Knights Kingdom development.
Zahru II wrote:I'm pretty sure that it is absolutely irrelevant if things told in the bible happened IRL or not. You may argue about the values those stories try to convey because that wouldn't be silly.
501stCadians wrote: like IV, towards something where he too can be a useful and productive member of society.
Whiteagle wrote:Indeed, parables don't need to have actually happened to provide a lession.
Tzan wrote:Whiteagle wrote:Indeed, parables don't need to have actually happened to provide a lession.
Except for the fact that people providing the lesson say that it actually happened.
Tzan wrote:Oh I know.
But when nuns teach the bible, they don't teach parables, they teach fact.
There are no parables in the bible. Unless that p word is actually used.
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