RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby naethel » Tue 14 Jun, 2016 06:48

There are a *beep* of interesting things to say, even about religion, and he chose a BS with no meaning behind, i mean he picked a guy who wrote about himself, extrapolated a phrase about something completely different (not even speaking about an heart attack the guy) and sbang links it to the crucifixion, only available link in his mind.

Wait.... this is the story of irish eyes and the skype chats


You're a god balor

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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby SEWI » Fri 17 Jun, 2016 18:41

Correcting one of the above posts...

At least ASAE will.....it should read.......we dont live in the past......25 servers soon to be...:)

Same name...same guild...all servers... :biglaugh:
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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby Wlerin » Sat 18 Jun, 2016 01:40

naethel wrote:There are a *beep* of interesting things to say, even about religion, and he chose a BS with no meaning behind, i mean he picked a guy who wrote about himself, extrapolated a phrase about something completely different (not even speaking about an heart attack the guy) and sbang links it to the crucifixion, only available link in his mind.

Right, sure. Because the gospel writers explicitly linking it to the crucifixion, stuff like this a few verses later:
"For dogs have surrounded me; A band of evildoers has encompassed me; They pierced my hands and my feet."
"They divide my garments among them, And for my clothing they cast lots."

Zechariah referencing this centuries later and applying it to the future:
"I will pour out on the house of David and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the Spirit of grace and of supplication, so that they will look on Me whom they have pierced; and they will mourn for Him, as one mourns for an only son, and they will weep bitterly over Him like the bitter weeping over a firstborn." (Notice that he says "Me" whom they have pierced. The speaker in this passage is God.)

etc. is all just in Balor's imagination.

The Psalms, especially those written by David, are just as prophetic as the Prophets.

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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby JigokuShoujo » Sat 18 Jun, 2016 04:52

so just ambiguously then.........

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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby leesmack » Mon 20 Jun, 2016 00:26

Who winning the server still? Oh yea nevermind we all know :)

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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby naethel » Tue 21 Jun, 2016 08:35

Wlerin wrote:fairy tales

You know what this seems to a non believer, a lot of causal connections born out of a postumous reader...seen many, it's a logical fallacy

IrishEyes wrote: I'm not the guy who needs a huge fleet and player advantage to win.

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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby SEWI » Tue 21 Jun, 2016 17:36

leesmack wrote:Who winning the server still? Oh yea nevermind we all know :)


the once that declare the server dead next week after next server opens?

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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby JigokuShoujo » Thu 23 Jun, 2016 16:47

naethel wrote:
Wlerin wrote:ambiguous fairy tales

You know what this seems to a non believer, a lot of causal connections born out of a postumous reader...seen many, it's a logical fallacy

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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby Baylor » Thu 23 Jun, 2016 18:10

To the objections (true skeptics tend to have good questions, the more hardened 'critics' as in haters tend to have bad arguments) I would add 3 long-form content pieces by William Lane Craig PhD to the record, that is a good place to start for the historicity argument ie "he said she said." That is germane to the topic thread as others have helped move this in that direction yes. The long form link is sourced through aj100kblog which is an excellent resource that I'd recommend for anyone interested in studying business.

http://www.reasonablefaith.org/the-historicity-of-the-empty-tomb-of-jesus

http://www.reasonablefaith.org/the-challenge-of-history-an-interview-with-william-lane-craig

http://www.reasonablefaith.org/establishing-the-gospels-reliability

One more greatest hits contribution to the body of work is faithless fairy tales series by Jeff Laird BS Mechanical Engineering. You would also want to consider the case from ancient martyrdom, which has been dealt with extensively by J. Warner Wallace M.Arch.

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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby MeMyselfAndI » Fri 24 Jun, 2016 23:19

Some people just have to much time , for nothing

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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby Wlerin » Sat 25 Jun, 2016 03:49

naethel wrote:
Wlerin wrote:fairy tales

You know what this seems to a non believer, a lot of causal connections born out of a postumous reader...seen many, it's a logical fallacy

To a committed non-believer, yes. However you have to go to a great deal of effort to get that blind.

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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby JigokuShoujo » Sat 25 Jun, 2016 10:02

Wlerin wrote:
naethel wrote:
Wlerin wrote:fairy tales

You know what this seems to a non believer, a lot of causal connections born out of a postumous reader...seen many, it's a logical fallacy

To a committed non-believer, yes. However you have to go to a great deal of effort to get that blind.

LOLeffing Wot?!?

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Re: RIBS 1 - R.I.P fail

Postby naethel » Thu 30 Jun, 2016 14:04

Honestly i'm gonna ignore Balor's answer, read it days ago, still recovering from the insult and eyebleeding...

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