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Reply #270 posted 03/17/17 7:41am

RicoN

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Dasein said:

IanRG said:

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It is not about the trollplay or whupping any ass - No one whupped anyone here. That you have revealed your only purpose is the troll is a warning for all in the future. But, ask yourself, how well is your trolling working out for you? Toejam ignored the St Paul thread you create for him as did everyone else and your open invitation to be attacked in your 2nd Advent thread is only attracting comedy posts.

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You can pretend that I am being presumptuosly judgmental but as I said before "I pray you reach the best possible outcome for you with it." In this I fully and completely support you in your journey, regardless of where it has taken you and where it takes you in the future. On one level agnosticism is where so many of us are to some degree - On another level it is a step in the journey.


More bad arguments.

It could be the case that nobody is interested in such a nuanced and dorky topic like the Second
Advent to be willing to interact with it. And it appears to be the case that Toejam simply didn't
see the St. Paul thread I created for him.

This post goes a long way into proving my point about your poor ability to think cogently as you
assume too much and you're prejudiced against arguments that hotly and contestably disagree
with you. Finally, usually when Christians say "I'm going to pray for you," due to what has been
perceived as poor judgment/behavior of another, it's after secretly passing judgment. And now
you appear to be patronizing me about my agnosticism and framing it as a "step in the journey"
towards what you imagine to be faith undoubtedly.

Some of you Christians absolutely suck!




it tends to be the priests sucking the young boys.

Yes, I've probably made a spelling mistake, but I can't be arsed to go back and correc tit.
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Reply #271 posted 03/17/17 9:05am

Dasein

RicoN said:

Dasein said:


More bad arguments.

It could be the case that nobody is interested in such a nuanced and dorky topic like the Second
Advent to be willing to interact with it. And it appears to be the case that Toejam simply didn't
see the St. Paul thread I created for him.

This post goes a long way into proving my point about your poor ability to think cogently as you
assume too much and you're prejudiced against arguments that hotly and contestably disagree
with you. Finally, usually when Christians say "I'm going to pray for you," due to what has been
perceived as poor judgment/behavior of another, it's after secretly passing judgment. And now
you appear to be patronizing me about my agnosticism and framing it as a "step in the journey"
towards what you imagine to be faith undoubtedly.

Some of you Christians absolutely suck!




it tends to be the priests sucking the young boys.


Somebody tell Ian that Rico's trolling me!

wink


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Reply #272 posted 03/17/17 11:23am

IanRG

Dasein said:

RicoN said:



Hi Ian,

this is not really about what we're talking about but it's pointless calling people who disagree with you 'trolls'. It demeans you, not them. smile


Agreed.

And although Cry'Ian claims I "confessed that {I} was just playing games to get people to post,"
I absolutely did not utter such a thing in this thread.

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You named the game - Chess - and you claimed victory in getting me to post "but not only did I make you reply to my posts after you tried desperately to ignore me."

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These are absolute utterances. In this you have completely succeeded in taking the thread completely off topic yet again

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Reply #273 posted 03/17/17 11:37am

Beautifulstarr
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Dasein said:

toejam said:

I take Ducci's diss as light hearted and tongue in cheek. While many times I have become quite frustrated with Ducci, I know that he at least has a sense of humor about the theological beatings I've inflict on him over the years lol





wink

You've changed your username? hmmm

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Reply #274 posted 03/17/17 11:43am

IanRG

Dasein said:

IanRG said:

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It is not about the trollplay or whupping any ass - No one whupped anyone here. That you have revealed your only purpose is the troll is a warning for all in the future. But, ask yourself, how well is your trolling working out for you? Toejam ignored the St Paul thread you create for him as did everyone else and your open invitation to be attacked in your 2nd Advent thread is only attracting comedy posts.

.

You can pretend that I am being presumptuosly judgmental but as I said before "I pray you reach the best possible outcome for you with it." In this I fully and completely support you in your journey, regardless of where it has taken you and where it takes you in the future. On one level agnosticism is where so many of us are to some degree - On another level it is a step in the journey.


More bad arguments.

It could be the case that nobody is interested in such a nuanced and dorky topic like the Second
Advent to be willing to interact with it. And it appears to be the case that Toejam simply didn't
see the St. Paul thread I created for him.

This post goes a long way into proving my point about your poor ability to think cogently as you
assume too much and you're prejudiced against arguments that hotly and contestably disagree
with you. Finally, usually when Christians say "I'm going to pray for you," due to what has been
perceived as poor judgment/behavior of another, it's after secretly passing judgment. And now
you appear to be patronizing me about my agnosticism and framing it as a "step in the journey"
towards what you imagine to be faith undoubtedly.

Some of you Christians absolutely suck!


.

Praying for the best for you in your journey regardless of where it takes you is simply not passing any judgment against you or assuming it will be towards my beliefs. My cogent statement, when read in total without your bias, defends your choice of being an agnostic rather than a Christian. I believe it is the most honest thing you have ever said about your beliefs since I have known you.

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You assume too much when you leap to the conclusion that because we are all on a journey that this means I "undoubtedly" imagine it is towards my faith. I do not. We are all on separate journeys through out our lives. My faith is different from when we first discussed things here, and it will be different next week, month, year. I do not know where it will at the end of my time here - this is not an evangelist's trick to bring you back - I wish you genuine happiness and success in your journey where ever it takes you.

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I agree, some of us Christians absolutely suck. Having been involved with the Royal Commission on the institutional responses to Childhood sexual abuse as a survivor, I know how evil some "Christians" can be.

[Edited 3/17/17 11:54am]

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Reply #275 posted 03/17/17 3:39pm

Dasein

Beautifulstarr123 said:

Dasein said:



wink

You've changed your username? hmmm


Yes, only to reflect what I've been reading lately. But I wonder if subconsciously the screen
name change is also related in some form or fashion to what is obviously an intellectual shift
from open theism to agnosticism leaning towards whothefuckcaresism.

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Reply #276 posted 03/17/17 3:40pm

Dasein

IanRG said:

Dasein said:


More bad arguments.

It could be the case that nobody is interested in such a nuanced and dorky topic like the Second
Advent to be willing to interact with it. And it appears to be the case that Toejam simply didn't
see the St. Paul thread I created for him.

This post goes a long way into proving my point about your poor ability to think cogently as you
assume too much and you're prejudiced against arguments that hotly and contestably disagree
with you. Finally, usually when Christians say "I'm going to pray for you," due to what has been
perceived as poor judgment/behavior of another, it's after secretly passing judgment. And now
you appear to be patronizing me about my agnosticism and framing it as a "step in the journey"
towards what you imagine to be faith undoubtedly.

Some of you Christians absolutely suck!


.

Praying for the best for you in your journey regardless of where it takes you is simply not passing any judgment against you or assuming it will be towards my beliefs. My cogent statement, when read in total without your bias, defends your choice of being an agnostic rather than a Christian. I believe it is the most honest thing you have ever said about your beliefs since I have known you.

.

You assume too much when you leap to the conclusion that because we are all on a journey that this means I "undoubtedly" imagine it is towards my faith. I do not. We are all on separate journeys through out our lives. My faith is different from when we first discussed things here, and it will be different next week, month, year. I do not know where it will at the end of my time here - this is not an evangelist's trick to bring you back - I wish you genuine happiness and success in your journey where ever it takes you.

.

I agree, some of us Christians absolutely suck. Having been involved with the Royal Commission on the institutional responses to Childhood sexual abuse as a survivor, I know how evil some "Christians" can be.

[Edited 3/17/17 11:54am]


Thanks, Ian!

I wish the same for you too.

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