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chriso11's Journal: Religion 1

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Well, another religious nut had to reply OT about my sig. Maybe I'm the bad guy for rubbing their face in it, but then again, I can't turn around without seeing a "God Bless America" or some 10 Commandments around. Most christians can't seem to get their head around the fact that they have to do the proving, not simply repeating inane slogans over and over again.

I remember talking to one person who said it was ok for the 10 Commandments to be in elementary schools. I asked him if adultery was such a big problem in schools that it needed to be prominently mentioned. Instead of wasting money posting the 10 commandments, how about better supervision?

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  • I can't turn around without seeing a "God Bless America" or some 10 Commandments around

    Like the one at the front entrance of the State Supreme Court of Alabama?

    Some people seem to believe that the bible is historically self-evident, I don't really get it since the people I ask never seem able to elaborate on their assertions.

    I recall a hilarious preacher who is supposed to be clever (he was a straight A student) trying to prove that geology, and thus the dating of fossils, was based on incorrect assump

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