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SammyGiireal said:

American Evangelicals are a mystery to me...Jesus teachings were for the most part socialist. Free health care, Rich should give to the poor...in some cases all of their riches. He died for the salvation of his enemies...not  very capitalistic views if I may say so. The early church survived on a socialist way of life where everyone shared with everyone all of their belongings. Some how, somewhere all of this was forgotten through the centuries. Now socialism doesn't work ( neither does pure capitalism) because usually the leader in a socialist society is a capitalist. In theory only Jesus would have been able to rule a perfect socialist nation as he was selfless and holy.

If the American right, without question, followed the ways of a guy who was immortal in a sense, without taking into account that their simply mortal beings who aren't guaranteed eternal life in heaven, instead of being crucified by Pontius Pilate, they would all have been 'crucified' by Adolf Hitler instead, and the entire world would revolve around Nazism now. Me personally, I cut them some slack, but it's a free Country.



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o_O.Q said:
if you ask me i've been seeing more religious nonsense from the democrats recently


You get back to me when it's the Democratic leader begins complaining about the war on Christmas, appoints a creationist vice president, and signs executive orders allowing churches to remain tax-exempt while endorsing and financially backing political candidates. Come back when it's the Democrats leading the charge for creationism in public schools, using the bible to justify the separation of migrant children from parents, and fight to end the separation of Church and State.



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Jumpin said:
o_O.Q said: the
if you ask me i've been seeing more religious nonsense from the democrats recently


You get back to me when it's the Democratic leader begins complaining about the war on Christmas, appoints a creationist vice president, and signs executive orders allowing churches to remain tax-exempt while endorsing and financially backing political candidates. Come back when it's the Democrats leading the charge for creationism in public schools, using the bible to justify the separation of migrant children from parents, and fight to end the separation of Church and State.

not nearly as bad as "once a man identifies as a woman he is a woman and if you don't want fo fuck him you're a bigot"

or "free speech is violence"

or "women should be free to do what ever we want them to do but not in ways that bring out the insecurities of other women"

etc etc etc if i kept going i wouldn't stop till tomorrow

 

"You get back to me when it's the Democratic leader begins complaining about the war on Christmas"

about as delusional as the majority of things democrats complain about

saw this article this morning

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-life/11760417/Air-conditioning-in-your-office-is-sexist.-True-story.html

Air conditioning in your office is sexist. True story

 

"Come back when it's the Democrats leading the charge for creationism in public schools"

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/trans-activists-gender-unicorn-is-passe-time-for-the-gender-elephant

i think i'd rather have kids think the earth is 6000 years old tbh

 

"using the bible to justify the separation of migrant children from parents"

you're aware that this started under obama right?

 

"fight to end the separation of Church and State"

from where i stand the democrats have their own church and its no less pathetic or delusional

Last edited by o_O.Q - on 16 November 2018

Lmao, right on. They're such frauds.



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o_O.Q said:
Jumpin said:


You get back to me when it's the Democratic leader begins complaining about the war on Christmas, appoints a creationist vice president, and signs executive orders allowing churches to remain tax-exempt while endorsing and financially backing political candidates. Come back when it's the Democrats leading the charge for creationism in public schools, using the bible to justify the separation of migrant children from parents, and fight to end the separation of Church and State.

not nearly as bad as "once a man identifies as a woman he is a woman and if you don't want fo fuck him you're a bigot"

or "free speech is violence"

or "women should be free to do what ever we want them to do but not in ways that bring out the insecurities of other women"

etc etc etc if i kept going i wouldn't stop till tomorrow

 

"You get back to me when it's the Democratic leader begins complaining about the war on Christmas"

about as delusional as the majority of things democrats complain about

saw this article this morning

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-life/11760417/Air-conditioning-in-your-office-is-sexist.-True-story.html

Air conditioning in your office is sexist. True story

 

"Come back when it's the Democrats leading the charge for creationism in public schools"

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/trans-activists-gender-unicorn-is-passe-time-for-the-gender-elephant

i think i'd rather have kids think the earth is 6000 years old tbh

 

"using the bible to justify the separation of migrant children from parents"

you're aware that this started under obama right?

 

"fight to end the separation of Church and State"

from where i stand the democrats have their own church and its no less pathetic or delusional

I asked you to support your claims that the Democratic Party has been pushing more religious bullshit than the Republicans, and this is what you've provided? A bunch of random girls marching in parades about feminism?

If it wasn't clear that you didn't have a clue before, you've now proven it beyond a shadow of a doubt.

Last edited by Jumpin - on 16 November 2018

I describe myself as a little dose of toxic masculinity.

haxxiy said:
Branko2166 said:
Be careful what you wish for. SJW/collectivist Jesus will be something else.

That sounds exactly what Jesus actually was, or at least what he would be called. Sharing fish and bread instead of telling people to work for it? Preposterous! Not to mention literally telling people to leave their families and giving up their wealth.

This actually reminds me of a Republican Young twitter account which asked followers what gun Jesus would like the most if he was still alive. Like, for real, they weren't joking.

Yes, the same Jesus who placed the government as the seat of the Church and enacted laws to do the duty of the Church. Hmm, I must have missed that chapter.

But seriously, how people use Jesus to justify one group as "the actual moral people" rubs me the wrong way.



Jumpin said:
o_O.Q said:

not nearly as bad as "once a man identifies as a woman he is a woman and if you don't want fo fuck him you're a bigot"

or "free speech is violence"

or "women should be free to do what ever we want them to do but not in ways that bring out the insecurities of other women"

etc etc etc if i kept going i wouldn't stop till tomorrow

 

"You get back to me when it's the Democratic leader begins complaining about the war on Christmas"

about as delusional as the majority of things democrats complain about

saw this article this morning

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-life/11760417/Air-conditioning-in-your-office-is-sexist.-True-story.html

Air conditioning in your office is sexist. True story

 

"Come back when it's the Democrats leading the charge for creationism in public schools"

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/trans-activists-gender-unicorn-is-passe-time-for-the-gender-elephant

i think i'd rather have kids think the earth is 6000 years old tbh

 

"using the bible to justify the separation of migrant children from parents"

you're aware that this started under obama right?

 

"fight to end the separation of Church and State"

from where i stand the democrats have their own church and its no less pathetic or delusional

I asked you to support your claims that the Democratic Party has been pushing more religious bullshit than the Republicans, and this is what you've provided? A bunch of random girls marching in parades about feminism?

If it wasn't clear that you didn't have a clue before, you've now proven it beyond a shadow of a doubt.

these are related to policies being pushed by democrats, if you aren't aware of this then you shouldn't even be having this conversation



outlawauron said:
haxxiy said:

That sounds exactly what Jesus actually was, or at least what he would be called. Sharing fish and bread instead of telling people to work for it? Preposterous! Not to mention literally telling people to leave their families and giving up their wealth.

This actually reminds me of a Republican Young twitter account which asked followers what gun Jesus would like the most if he was still alive. Like, for real, they weren't joking.

Yes, the same Jesus who placed the government as the seat of the Church and enacted laws to do the duty of the Church. Hmm, I must have missed that chapter.

But seriously, how people use Jesus to justify one group as "the actual moral people" rubs me the wrong way.

Yeah indeed its so twisted and adds even more believe into the current trend that people behave themselves like a certain view on politics is a religion.



interesting topic

I think Jesus was a centrist, when he was asked whether people should pay taxes to Caesar, he asked "who's face is on the coin", "if it's Caesar's then give it to Caesar", that's so wise and fair, he also said "share your belongings with those in need", not share them equally with anyone you meet... therefore, a centrist