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Why theism is ironic:
1) Atheism = lack of belief in God or gods.

2) Belief = accept something as true (whether actually true or not, so the accepted thing may be false)

3) God is omniscient, knowing all things.

4) God lacks belief in himself, since God is omniscient, and does not need nor have the capability to believe. (Since God lacks belief, God then LACKS belief in all things, including himself and other gods)
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At least 21 people were killed in church services in Nigeria on Sunday. How theology shapes a response to violence: http://bit.ly/IoFMu7
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how are you (would have been a more polite start). it seems you brush
everything with one brush. Christ came to demonstrate in word and deed that
man-kind had fallen from his un-spoiled state through dis-obedience, sin.
it didnt stop there because His own brothers (the jews) demanded He be
killed. The most important death is not the death of man but The Son of God
who gave His life so we ought not to die without Him - "God so loved the
world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever would believe in
Him would not perish." john 3.16. its true.

The Christ is the only one who is the object of mocking, imitation and
mis-use of His name and the authority simultaneously. there isnt anyone
else who is viewed as utterly contemptible as He. if a person is a
believer, and reads The Bible, it clearly demonstrates men innocently died
simply because they chose to believe in Him. this is Satans counter-feit
means of a coup for control of the world (people) blaspheming the Name of
Jesus, i.e speaking in error, falsely accusing and out-right slander.
something i have witnessed drom the lips of obama.

i have signed up to a cause, a walk with a true vocation and with a real
enemy. that means my life will be difficult. why, because i want to do
good? it shouldnt be like that but i cant change it all. i suffer
persecution in christian churches i go to, and we are supposed to be the
same. so i really do get your point. God is The Creator but He is also The
Judge of all man-kind and, friend, He will judge. sincere prayer helps but
doesnt cure.

when you've been enjoying holidays, time with your family, im certain,
these causes you speak of were not in your mind, neither mine. things
happen in life that only God can sort, finally. The guarantee of the final
sorting was in sending The Son, who Himself was the object of murder by
King Herod who killed un-told babies trying to find The Promised One. you
may not believe but Herod, who is an actual historical figure did believe,
and wanted Jesus
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It's not like that in the Christian church which I attend. I can honestly say that there are many people who don't donate anything and nobody thinks the worse of them - exactly as it should be.
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+Emily Walker Mr. Williams hasn't shaken your foundation, has he? You represent Christianity very well. Thoughtful, in the face of an angry man. Innocent of heart, and strong therewith. However, henceforth keep strength in Christ Jesus above and beyond any sweet, altruistic, even compassionate intent. If I may dare say.
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well said Mitchell remember when we confess Jesus name to others He will confess our name to the Father
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Our most-read article right now looks at a theological debate. The question: whether Matthew's reference to many saints rising from their graves after Jesus' resurrection might not be literal history. http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2011/november/interpretation-sparks-theology-debate.html
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"If we view our own interpretation to be just as inerrant as the Scriptures," he said, "this could ironically elevate tradition and erode biblical authority."
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