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    Quote Originally Posted by JAG View Post
    JAG Writes:
    I recently wrote a letter to my grandson that said:
    Happy Birthday. You will want many more Happy Birthdays and the path
    to get them is to feed your mind and heart daily on the truths in the Bible
    the word of God and then stay far away from the pseudo-intellectual God-haters
    [Romans 1:28-32] who bad-mouth God and Christianity -- vultures they are,
    and they sit perched, waiting hungry, throughout secularized academia
    hoping to gobble down young Christians who are not solidly and strongly
    grounded in the truths of the Holy Bible the word of God.

    You'll run into 'em. They have the smell of death and unbelief on them. You
    will soon be entering the house of so-called "higher education" aka the University
    where your mind will be exposed to the sinful evil unbelief of the Secular Humanists
    who are a self-worshiping gaggle of Academic Pseudo-intellectual Philosophical
    Talking Heads who do not have enough wisdom to escape the perish of
    John 3:16. Don't listen to their anti-faith gobbledygook. Tune out their
    anti-Christian balderdash. They have not earned the right to your ear. Ignore
    them as being 00.00.

    Yes of course memorize their intellectualized bovine excreta long enough to
    ace-out [A+} their tests, then forget their anti-Christian blather with a glad
    heart as it reverberates happily on out of your mind into oblivion. Remember,
    these anti-faith anti-Christian pseudo-intellectuals with Ph.D's, at say age
    40 [who live to be say age 100] have only 720 months before they will become
    either worm feces or ashes [if they are cremated], or animal feces if they are
    eaten by animals [for example lost in Yellowstone National Park -- it does happen],
    or oceanic creatures feces [think Titanic]. One of these 4 ends awaits them
    all -- unless they make arrangements, prior to their croaking, with a taxidermist
    to have their carcasses stuffed and mounted on a wall or perhaps placed in a
    spare chair in Uncle Voltaire's spare bedroom --otherwise its either an Ashes
    or Future Feces end for them all. So? So don't listen to Future Feces tell you
    that Christianity is not true. Ignore them and get away from them and their
    Boiled-Egg-Rotten-Egg-Bad-Breath Unbelief. They belong to their father the
    devil [John 8:44] and they want you to join them in Hell because misery loves
    company,.

    Remember to remember when you are sitting in the university classroom and
    that anti-faith anti-Christian professor with a Ph.D is telling you that faith is not
    a valid path to truth -- remember that you are listening to Future Feces blathering
    on and on -- Future Worm Feces.

    And remember that Christianity, unlike Secular Humanism, has a bright cheerful
    Happy Ending:
    "I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in Me will live, even
    though they die, and whoever lives by believing in Me will never die."__The Lord
    Jesus [John 11:25-26].

    And keep this always in your mind as well.
    "I have told you these things so that in Me you may have peace. In this world you will
    have trouble. But take heart. I have overcome the world. __The Lord Jesus
    {John 16:33].

    And regarding the anti-faith anti-Christian Secular Humanists Academic Philosophical
    Pseudo-Intellectual Talking Heads, remember this:
    God says,
    "I will destroy the wisdom of the wise;
    the intelligence of the intelligent I will frustrate."
    __The Apostle Paul quoting Isaiah 29:14

    God Bless.
    Granddaddy
    April 1, 2021
    "Have Faith in God"__The Lord Jesus [Mark 11:22] . . . .

    "For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son that whoever
    believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life." John 3:16

    PS
    To be precise regarding the certain end of the anti-faith anti-Christian
    Secular Humanists Academic Philosophical Pseudo-Intellectual Talking
    Heads: There is a 5th possibility for the end of their carcasses:
    {1} Worm Feces [AKA Annelida Defecation]
    {2} Animal Feces
    {3} Oceanic Creatures Feces
    {4} Ashes [if cremated]
    {5} Cryonics
    LOL. Here on #5 they become the Ultimate Freezer Burn.
    How so?
    Well, try keeping a rib-eye steak in the freezer for 50 years.
    What would that look like!

    [][]




    If this is really what you wrote to your grandson -- it's highly likely he'll leave the Church when he's an adult. The OP is a perfect example of the reason so many young adults lose their religion -- because it's hateful and it doesn't offer any meaningful reward for remaining faithful. I've seen many children/grandchildren turned off by words and attitudes such as this.

    What happens to Christians that end up turning other Christians away from the faith? Do they still get a heavenly reward? Or, does that piss Jesus off?
    "What happens is of little significance compared with the stories we tell ourselves about what happens. Events matter little, only stories of events
    affect us.

    ~Rabih Alameddin


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    Faith is usually defined as the acceptance of an idea without adequate evidence or proof, or despite the evidence and proof to the contrary.

    Or so I were taught or learnt.






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    Quote Originally Posted by beachcomber View Post
    Faith is usually defined as the acceptance of an idea without adequate evidence or proof, or despite the evidence and proof to the contrary.

    Or so I were taught or learnt.





    Yes, St. Paul thought so, too. Apparently some modern-day "Christians" think they know better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FindersKeepers View Post
    If this is really what you wrote to your grandson -- it's highly likely he'll leave the Church when he's an adult. The OP is a perfect example of the reason so many young adults lose their religion -- because it's hateful and it doesn't offer any meaningful reward for remaining faithful. I've seen many children/grandchildren turned off by words and attitudes such as this.
    Well said, and I do have to agree. Additionally, quite often one will attach to a group or cause for the direction it gives them, no matter how misguided. Not referring to religion as misguided, but the excessive zealotry some put forth.

    What happens to Christians that end up turning other Christians away from the faith? Do they still get a heavenly reward? Or, does that piss Jesus off?
    Isn't that the 'judge not' part of the Bible?
    When an argument cannot be sustained on proven facts, devolve to opinions and anger, that always works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Collateral Damage View Post
    Well said, and I do have to agree. Additionally, quite often one will attach to a group or cause for the direction it gives them, no matter how misguided. Not referring to religion as misguided, but the excessive zealotry some put forth.


    Isn't that the 'judge not' part of the Bible?
    I would hope not.

    There is a great deal of excessive zealotry on this forum. Very little of it is religious.
    Whoever criticizes capitalism, while approving immigration, whose working class is its first victim, had better shut up. Whoever criticizes immigration, while remaining silent about capitalism, should do the same.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    I would hope not.

    There is a great deal of excessive zealotry on this forum. Very little of it is religious.
    Amen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FindersKeepers View Post
    If this is really what you wrote to your grandson -- it's highly likely he'll leave
    the Church when he's an adult. The OP is a perfect example of the reason so
    many young adults lose their religion -- because it's hateful and it doesn't
    offer any meaningful reward for remaining faithful. I've seen many
    children/grandchildren turned off by words and attitudes such as this.

    True Christians NEVER leave the faith.

    "They went out from us, but they did not really belong to us.
    For if they had belonged to us, they would have remained
    with us; but their going showed that none of them belonged
    to us."
    1 John 2:19

    And the Lord Jesus NEVER loses one of His true believers.

    "All that the Father gives me will come to Me."__The Lord Jesus John 6:37-39
    and, , ,
    "My sheep hear my voice and they follow Me, and I give them eternal life and
    they will NEVER perish" John 10:28
    So?

    So all those that claim to have once been Christians, and then leave the faith, were
    NEVER true Christians and Christendom is BETTER OFF WITHOUT THEM -- and its
    a GOOD thing that they are GONE.

    Best.

    JAG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    I would hope not.
    There is a great deal of excessive zealotry on this forum. Very little of it is religious.
    Context, Mr. D. What thread was I responding to?

    I would call the OP of this thread 'excessive religious zealotry'.
    When an argument cannot be sustained on proven facts, devolve to opinions and anger, that always works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FindersKeepers View Post
    If this is really what you wrote to your grandson -- it's highly likely he'll leave the Church when he's an adult. The OP is a perfect example of the reason so many young adults lose their religion -- because it's hateful and it doesn't offer any meaningful reward for remaining faithful. I've seen many children/grandchildren turned off by words and attitudes such as this.

    What happens to Christians that end up turning other Christians away from the faith? Do they still get a heavenly reward? Or, does that piss Jesus off?
    Why are you worried about a Jesus you don't believe in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Collateral Damage View Post
    Context, Mr. D. What thread was I responding to?

    I would call the OP of this thread 'excessive religious zealotry'.
    Why? Please be specific.
    Last edited by Mister D; 04-08-2021 at 10:12 AM.
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