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blackeyedbutch wrote:Can I get a RAmen from the congrigation?
SauceBeUponYe wrote:i completely agree with you rickycosmos
i turn the radio off when it comes to TFTD, it is usually a load of religious rubbish put about by lying fools who seem to have forgotten all the bad bad things people claiming to belong to their religion have done. (i.e. crusades, massive Hindu/Muslim wars, inquisition etc.).
when the bbc write back to you, and they better do, can you post their response here?
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MPTrooper wrote: I'm Catholic, I think the RCC has done much to improve the lives of countless millions.
MPTrooper wrote:Yet none of that Matters because of the things we may or may not have done hundreds of years ago?
Yet none of that Matters because of the things we may or may not have done hundreds of years ago?
SauceBeUponYe wrote:MPTrooper wrote:Yet none of that Matters because of the things we may or may not have done hundreds of years ago?
Not just hundreds of years ago, Christians are committing atrocities as we speak.
Now correct me if Iâ€™m wrong but according to http://www.iraqbodycount.org, since the beginning of the Iraq war as many as 68428 (as of 25th April 2007) civilians have been reported killed by military intervention in Iraq. Now it may seem odd to hear that the majority of the coalition forces are from Christian based nations. The majority of US troops for example are, like many Americans, patriotic American Christians, likewise, but to a lesser extent I think, the British army has many Christian soldiers.
Now to me it seems odd that these people claim to be Christians when the teachings they follow, those of Jesus Christ; you may of heard of him, are based on love and forgiving. Additionally Christians claim to live by laws even older than Christ, the very rules that were sent to Moses by God, the Ten Commandments; again you may have heard of them. These are very explicit on the subject of killing, as Iâ€™m sure you know. But just in case you donâ€™t:
Thou shalt not kill â€“ Exodus 20:13
It appear to me that it is strange that such Christian nations, with Christian soldiers have managed to kill 68428 people, that is an awful lot of death for people who claim to follow the message of Christ.
Atrocities have been committed by Christians, are being committed by Christians and will be committed by Christians.
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