cuchulain

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About cuchulain

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  1. When a person can argue"little children" into young men, they really don't need a book anymore. Might as well just admit to making it up.
  2. 2 Kings 2:23-24 King James Version (KJV) 23 And he went up from thence unto Bethel: and as he was going up by the way, there came forth little children out of the city, and mocked him, and said unto him, Go up, thou bald head; go up, thou bald head. 24 And he turned back, and looked on them, and cursed them in the name of the Lord. And there came forth two she bears out of the wood, and tare forty and two children of them. Little children...the kjv you use dan. It doesnt say young men. It doesnt specify they knew he was a prophet. It says he cursed them in the name of the lord who sent bears. Is it blasphemy to mock a guy walking down the street, when there isnt knowledge of his protected status? Even if it is, god is supposed to be more advanced than i am. I certainly know its wrong to maul 'little children'(quit paraphrasing to suit dan, changing the words of the bible could be blasphemy)...god should know better.
  3. Yep. You clearly have no right to judge anyone else's moral standards.
  4. I only imagine Zeus waking up after a few thousand years and coming back to see if his faithful deserve reward...
  5. Wouldn't a lot of people be surprised to find zoroaster at the end of it all
  6. I would maintain my morals, ethics and virtues just the same. I would reevaluate my belief system in light of the new evidence, and decide based on which God...if I were willing to change to their notions.
  7. And so I can not accept your morals and values as a result. Pretty simple.
  8. You literally claim that kids who mock someone deserves mauled by bears...that's sick.
  9. It's been posited that the Christian God is real, he produced morality, and that morality is rigid. God commiting evil can't happen. But mauling kids is evil, so the rest falls under suspicion as well.
  10. A moral code that allows for the mauling of kids for making fun of someone is immoral at it's core. Even if they wished that person harm or death...mauling is extreme. Period.
  11. Dan always acts surprised to learn that I don't support abortion. And I am a republican. Like these are exclusive to christians. His response is we are immoral and so cannot question the morality of others...
  12. Probably correct. I was answering Dan...something I should have known better to do, in retrospect, when he said we just don't like the message. True enough, I don't like the message that endorses so much evil. I don't like lots of different mythologies any better, though. Lots of them paint their deities as pretty evil characters, or at least flawed. But alas, you are right. It was off topic. Apologies.
  13. It's a given I believe for most that killing those innocent of a crime or killing kids is morally wrong. Yet Christianity has tricked countless into believing 2+2=5, or that this obviously immoral act is good. God sends two bears to kill 42 kids because one called his guy bald. 41 of them didn't do anything... but still got the death penalty for the one who did. That's immoral.