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The Real Root of Atheists' Anti-Christmas Rage

jbrantley Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 9:45 PM
"Know this first of all, that there is no prophecy of scripture that is a matter of personal interpretation, for no prophecy ever came through human will; but rather human beings moved by the holy Spirit spoke under the influence of God." (2 Peter 20-21 NAB)
Dreadnaught011 Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 11:57 PM

I think his point is, hayabusa's prophesy is really unimportant, Birdman. I agree. Coming here to read unimportant ideas from Bible text is not a good option. Then again, others in here are unimportant as well. Doug Giles is only interesting in spots.
Birdman III Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 10:25 PM
He comes here to push the debate off the table. YOU pretend un-bias. Get lost.
rdemonteverde Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 10:13 PM
My previous comment was nearly rejected as being offensive to your sensibilities. So to
be polite, what he is saying is his belief. It is guaranteed by the Bill of Rights. He is not forcing you to accept it. He is just stating it. So respect it.
Birdman III Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 9:48 PM
Your point is that we should rely on your prophesy?

No thanks.
Why do some atheists embarrass themselves year after year trying to eradicate Christmas from American culture? Why do they make themselves societal hemorrhoids during this hallowed season? Is it because they are crusaders for equality, secularism’s saviors and humanism’s heroes? I’m sure that’s what they tell themselves when they’re pouting on their couches all alone on Christmas Eve after every single one of their friends has dumped them for being a rabid jackass.

I believe, however—and I could be wrong—that the reason some rage against the machine is that they hate God and love their sin, and bringing up Jesus in...

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