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Eris

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Besides ignorance, cruelty, neurosis, and cannibalism.

Trance Gemini

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On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 11:06 AM, Eris <vit...@gmail.com> wrote:

Besides ignorance, cruelty, neurosis, and cannibalism.

The Inquisition and the Crusades ...

Oh. Right... :-)
 




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Trance Gemini

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On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 11:06 AM, Eris <vit...@gmail.com> wrote:

Besides ignorance, cruelty, neurosis, and cannibalism.

Pedophile priests, child physical and emotional abuse ...

Oh. Right ....
 

Trance Gemini

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On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 11:06 AM, Eris <vit...@gmail.com> wrote:

Besides ignorance, cruelty, neurosis, and cannibalism.

Okay. You got me. I think you might have them all covered.

Well, there's murder but that probably fits under cruelty.
 

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On Sep 4, 8:06 am, Eris <vith...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Besides ignorance, cruelty, neurosis, and cannibalism.

Televangelists.

Eris

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I have sinned!

-7/9 n n + 1.76666666 + 2/

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Evidence of what 'Eris' refers to as
great achievemnts:
Eris wrote:
> Besides ignorance, cruelty, neurosis, and cannibalism.
Go, Tiger

-7/9 n n + 1.76666666 + 2/

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H
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On Sep 4, 11:06 am, Eris <vith...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Besides ignorance, cruelty, neurosis, and cannibalism.

Exorcism.

http://www.allaboutjesuschrist.org/jesus-casts-out-demons-and-turns-them-to-pigs-faq.htm

Steve in Virginia

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Effective weapons against vampires!

Steve

Oh, wait...vampires are real either. Damn!



On Sep 4, 11:06 am, Eris <vith...@gmail.com> wrote:

philosophy

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Indulgences and the expectation of payment
for things such as masses etc......
ie. Keep them poor!!!!

Eris

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Sep 5, 2009, 10:23:58 PM9/5/09
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I read an article that was about the first college. It was created
because the king of England was tired of being cheated by the Catholic
Church and told the Pope that if the Catholic Church did not teach his
nobles how to read and write he would kill every clergyman in England

philosophy

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On Sep 6, 12:23 pm, Eris <vith...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I read an article that was about the first college. It was created
> because the king of England was tired of being cheated by the Catholic
> Church and told the Pope that if the Catholic Church did not teach his
> nobles how to read and write he would kill every clergyman in England

Must have been before Henry 8ths time. He just took over control
so he could divorce his wife.

Brock

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On Sep 4, 11:06 am, Eris <vith...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Besides ignorance, cruelty, neurosis, and cannibalism.

Perhaps the accusation is loaded; of course, I like how the Confession
puts it:

"The liberty which Christ hath purchased for believers under the
gospel consists in their freedom from the guilt of sin, the condemning
wrath of God, the curse of the moral law; and in their being delivered
from this present evil world, bondage to Satan, and dominion of sin,
from the evil of afflictions, the sting of death, the victory of the
grave, and everlasting damnation; as also in their free access to God,
and their yielding obedience unto him, not out of slavish fear, but a
childlike love, and a willing mind."

http://www.reformed.org/documents/westminster_conf_of_faith.html#chap20

Regards,

Brock

Eris

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Sep 8, 2009, 11:26:51 PM9/8/09
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But Brock

God does not exist
The Christ does not exist
Sin does not exist
The devil is a marketing ploy which does not exist as is damnation.

Brock Organ

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On Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 11:26 PM, Eris<vit...@gmail.com> wrote:
> God does not exist
> The Christ does not exist
> Sin does not exist
> The devil is a marketing ploy which does not exist as is damnation.

Certainly the Bible articulates a contrasting position:

"The conclusion, when all has been heard, is: fear God and keep His
commandments, because this applies to every person. For God will bring
every act to judgment, everything which is hidden, whether it is good
or evil."

http://nasb.scripturetext.com/ecclesiastes/12.htm

Regards,

Brock

Walt

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Since Atheist Communist China is a more evil country than the
predominantly-Christian US, doesn't that mean that there are worse
sources of evil than Christianity that you should focus your attention
on? There's plenty of ignorance, cruelty and neurosis in China. And
I think there's been some actual cannibalism there, as opposed to
symbolic cannibalism.

On Sep 4, 11:06 am, Eris <vith...@gmail.com> wrote:

Raven

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On Sep 4, 4:06 pm, Eris <vith...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Besides ignorance, cruelty, neurosis, and cannibalism.

George W Bush as president, Intelligent Design/Creationism and the
bible belt

Brock Organ

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On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 3:10 PM, Raven<axel....@googlemail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 4, 4:06 pm, Eris <vith...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Besides ignorance, cruelty, neurosis, and cannibalism.
>
> George W Bush as president,

*sigh* :)

> and the
> bible belt

*sigh* :))

Regards,

Brock

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On Sep 9, 12:44 pm, Brock Organ <brockor...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 3:10 PM, Raven<axel.gr...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> > On Sep 4, 4:06 pm, Eris <vith...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Besides ignorance, cruelty, neurosis, and cannibalism.
>
> > George W Bush as president,
>
> *sigh* :)
>
> > and the
> > bible belt
>
> *sigh* :))
>
> Regards,
>
> Brock

Christianity has fed those who are hungry

November 16, 1998

Convoy of Hope, a national food ministry to the urban poor, is
expanding beyond one-day food giveaways to coordinate week long,
citywide events that mobilize volunteers to shower inner-city
neighborhoods with good works and the gospel.

The first event, called "We Care, L.A.," will unite churches and
potentially thousands of volunteers on the last week of 1999 to blitz
Los Angeles with acts of kindness. Christians will visit hospitals;
clean up parks; paint buildings; comfort the lonely; and deliver free
groceries, toys, or clothing.

"We want to be a catalyst," says David Donaldson, one of three
brothers who helps lead Church Care America, the ministry that founded
the Convoy of Hope. "God has already raised up an army of volunteers
in Los Angeles. We Care, L.A. will integrate their efforts."

The foundation for We Care has been laid by Convoy of Hope, which has
grown exponentially since conducting its first major food outreach in
1995. Convoy events take place on a Saturday, bringing together
resources from the evangelical community and making them available to
the poor at a gathering that is part food giveaway, part tent revival,
and part carnival. The two consistent features of each event are a
semitrailer full of food, bagged and distributed by volunteers, and a
series of brief tent services conducted by a slate of local pastors.
One of the ministry's goals is to "make the inner-city pastor a hero
in his community," says Steve Donaldson, one of the brothers leading
ChurchCare America, which has offices in Springfield, Missouri, and
Sacramento, California. Follow-up events pull new Christians and
potential churchgoers back to church on Sunday.

Convoy of Hope has distributed 4.6 million pounds of food to 311,000
people

4.6 million pounds of food to 311,000 people

But as Christ reveres them others revere him

TLANTA ISLAMIC COMMUNITY TO DONATE UP TO 2,000 POUNDS OF FOOD TO ...

... natasha...@ACFB.org ATLANTA ISLAMIC COMMUNITY TO DONATE UP TO
2,000 POUNDS OF FOOD TO ... The story, which is also shared by many
religions including Judaism and Christianity ...

* www.acfb.org/communications/media/releases/Islamic_Donation_Media_Advisory_​2006.pdf



As far as adherents;;;;;

spoken

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Sebastian

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Sep 10, 2009, 7:45:58 AM9/10/09
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Really? And what do you base your conclusion that China is more evil
than the US on? Neither China nor America have any respect for human
rights. Both work only for their own profit and interest. I fail to
see a significant difference.

Walt

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Sep 10, 2009, 10:14:20 AM9/10/09
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Where would you rather live?

Sebastian

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Sep 19, 2009, 10:40:52 PM9/19/09
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Good question. If I could choose anywhere, I'd stay in Europe.

Walt

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Sep 21, 2009, 5:32:33 PM9/21/09
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I mean, if you had to choose between China and the US. Assuming that,
whichever country you chose you'd have an income with an equivalent
buying power.

Neil Kelsey

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On Sep 21, 2:32 pm, Walt <wka...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I mean, if you had to choose between China and the US.  Assuming that,
> whichever country you chose you'd have an income with an equivalent
> buying power.

What part of China and what part of the USA? I mean, if it's a choice
between some urban blight ramshackle dump in Detroit or a modern
upscale apartment in Shanghai, I'll take China. China is becoming a
happening place.

> On Sep 19, 10:40 pm, Sebastian <mezna...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > Good question. If I could choose anywhere, I'd stay in Europe.
>
> > On Sep 10, 3:14 pm, Walt <wka...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > > Where would you rather live?
>
> > > On Sep 10, 7:45 am, Sebastian <mezna...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > Really? And what do you base your conclusion that China is more evil
> > > > than the US on? Neither China nor America have any respect for human
> > > > rights. Both work only for their own profit and interest. I fail to
> > > > see a significant difference.
>
> > > > On Sep 9, 8:39 pm, Walt <wka...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > > > > Since Atheist Communist China is a more evil country than the
> > > > > predominantly-Christian US, doesn't that mean that there are worse
> > > > > sources of evil than Christianity that you should focus your attention
> > > > > on?  There's plenty of ignorance, cruelty and neurosis in China.  And
> > > > > I think there's been some actual cannibalism there, as opposed to
> > > > > symbolic cannibalism.
>
> > > > > On Sep 4, 11:06 am, Eris <vith...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > > > > Besides ignorance, cruelty, neurosis, and cannibalism.- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

Dead Kennedy

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thankyou for not conforming to the our european stereotype of the self
centered, uncultured yank.

see walt, you dont *have* to be an arsehole.

neil, your going to say your canadian now, arnt you?

Neil Kelsey

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On Sep 21, 3:01 pm, Dead Kennedy <dead.kenne...@googlemail.com> wrote:

> thankyou for not conforming to the our european stereotype of the self
> centered, uncultured yank.
>
> see walt, you dont *have* to be an arsehole.
>
> neil, your going to say your canadian now, arnt you?

hah hahahhaa! Well...maybe.

But for what it's worth, there are hundreds of Americans that I've
worked with on projects in China who love it there. I think you can
find the usual ratio of xenophobes like Walt in any population.
> > > - Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -

Simon Ewins

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I lived in Dalian for a couple of years and loved it (5,000,000 people
and almost no one has heard of it!!). The differences between the
haves and have-nots is more obvious there but it was a vital,
energetic, thriving city. Marvelous restaurants and night-life,
incredibly friendly and helpful people.

I also spent time in Beijing and found it remarkably safe and friendly
for such a huge city (I was lucky enough to be able to the almost
legendary "alleys" area before they destroyed it for the olympics
buildings. I live in Canada now but, no offense to my American
friends, I would choose China over the US right now. The growth there
is amazing. Lots of opportunity. There is also a growing underground
movement towards democracy which wouldn't surprise me to become actual
by the end of the century.

Just my two cents. As you were.

2009/9/21 Neil Kelsey <neil_...@hotmail.com>:
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.: No Gods - No Masters :.
.:
"George Bush says he speaks to God every day, and Christians love him
for it. However, if George Bush said he spoke to God through his hair
dryer, they would think he was mad. I fail to see how the addition of
a hair dryer makes it any more absurd."

Neil Kelsey

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On Sep 21, 3:40 pm, Simon Ewins <sjew...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I lived in Dalian for a couple of years and loved it (5,000,000 people
> and almost no one has heard of it!!). The differences between the
> haves and have-nots is more obvious there but it was a vital,
> energetic, thriving city. Marvelous restaurants and night-life,
> incredibly friendly and helpful people.
>
> I also spent time in Beijing and found it remarkably safe and friendly
> for such a huge city (I was lucky enough to be able to the almost
> legendary "alleys" area before they destroyed it for the olympics
> buildings. I live in Canada now.

Yeah? Me too - well, I've always lived here. Where are you, if you
don't mind my asking? You ain't one of them no-good pinko draft
dodgers, are you? ;)

> but, no offense to my American
> friends, I would choose China over the US right now. The growth there
> is amazing.

My Dad was just on a business trip through there, and I was talking to
him over Messenger, so I could see his hotel rooms (out of this
world), and some of the local sights. He went way into the interior,
and has nothing but good things to say.

> Lots of opportunity. There is also a growing underground
> movement towards democracy which wouldn't surprise me to become actual
> by the end of the century.
>
> Just my two cents. As you were.

I've barricaded my doors in case of an ambush.

> 2009/9/21 Neil Kelsey <neil_kel...@hotmail.com>:
> a hair dryer makes it any more absurd."- Hide quoted text -

Simon Ewins

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2009/9/21 Neil Kelsey <neil_...@hotmail.com>:

> On Sep 21, 3:40 pm, Simon Ewins <sjew...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I also spent time in Beijing and found it remarkably safe and friendly
>> for such a huge city (I was lucky enough to be able to the almost
>> legendary "alleys" area before they destroyed it for the olympics
>> buildings. I live in Canada now.
>
> Yeah? Me too - well, I've always lived here. Where are you, if you
> don't mind my asking? You ain't one of them no-good pinko draft
> dodgers, are you? ;)

Nah. Although I a few friends that came here from America in the 60's
and are still here. I live in Toronto. Danforth and Donlands area
(East Mid-Town if you don't know Toronto). You?

Neil Kelsey

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On Sep 21, 4:39 pm, Simon Ewins <sjew...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/9/21 Neil Kelsey <neil_kel...@hotmail.com>:
Vancouver.

Observer

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On Sep 9, 11:24 am, Brock Organ <brockor...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 11:26 PM, Eris<vith...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > God does not exist
> > The Christ does not exist
> > Sin does not exist
> > The devil is a marketing ploy which does not exist as is damnation.
>
> Certainly the Bible articulates a contrasting position:

Observer
Certainly the Bible articulates thousands of untruths , fragmentary
deceptions , and false promises the better to confound humanities
quest for knowledge and in perpetuation of the unholy priest craft !




>
> "The conclusion, when all has been heard, is: fear God and keep His
> commandments, because this applies to every person.

Observer
The priest craft would have you so believe as it serves their criminal
intent.


For God will bring
> every act to judgment, everything which is hidden, whether it is good
> or evil."

Observer
Then Brock , in regard to the vileness and psychotic filth that you
say lies at the center of your very being such a day must be held by
you with horrifying fear of discovery. I have never known a person so
convinced of the corruptness of his own nature so intense as is
yours.

I am persuaded that you are absolutely correct and deserve to be
tortured for eternity just based upon your confession to us here.

In fact If you would like I will be glad to assist in a crucifixion
for the purpose of assuaging your guilt and helping you avoid
responsibility for being the monster you have become. Of course your
people and my people will have to meet and all the proper release
forms must be signed.

Just a formality , you understand.

Ha ha Ha Ha ha Ha

You are indeed a pig.


Psychonomist

>
> http://nasb.scripturetext.com/ecclesiastes/12.htm
>
> Regards,
>
> Brock

Kent

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On Sep 21, 4:43 pm, Neil Kelsey <neil_kel...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 21, 4:39 pm, Simon Ewins <sjew...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > 2009/9/21 Neil Kelsey <neil_kel...@hotmail.com>:
>
> > > On Sep 21, 3:40 pm, Simon Ewins <sjew...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Vancouver.

You must be one of those people who are afraid that when they die they
will have no better place to go to.

Neil Kelsey

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Hee hee. Been here, have you?

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Bl. Ascension of the Heart of Jesus Nicol Goni
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St.