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Re: A blunder that theists make all the time... Or how they

PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2017 10:45 pm
by thenexttodie
Bango Skank wrote:
Nice dodge. You seem to be desperate to find any reason to dismiss legitimacy of gays suffering.


Look dude, I'm sure you have redeming qualities. I don't think you are child molester or a terrorist. That's pretty good start in this day and age.

No, I don't believe you would suffer as much as you say you would like others to think you would if you were never again allowed to have anal sex with another man. And yes, that might make other people think I am a bad guy. I think you are a pervert and you get off on having everyone tell you it's ok to be a pervert.

I am telling you it is better to be a Christian. I am not fucking lying to you or trying to trick you.

Re: A blunder that theists make all the time... Or how they

PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2017 11:02 pm
by leroy
thenexttodie, what about gay people that are monogamous, not pedophile, not perverts etc. and that have a loving relationship with their same sex partner?


what are your thoughts on this kind of relations?.................just curious.

Re: A blunder that theists make all the time... Or how they

PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2017 11:13 pm
by Bango Skank
thenexttodie wrote:Look dude, I'm sure you have redeming qualities. I don't think you are child molester or a terrorist. That's pretty good start in this day and age.


Well, thank you very much. Maybe someday i can be as valuable human being like yourself /s.

thenexttodie wrote:No, I don't believe you would suffer as much as you say you would like others to think you would if you were never again allowed to have anal sex with another man.


It's all about anal sex to you? Is that how you define love/attraction? Just sex? And like i pointed previously, even some straight couples have anal sex.

thenexttodie wrote:And yes, that might make other people think I am a bad guy. I think you are a pervert and you get off on having everyone tell you it's ok to be a pervert.


I am sad that you think like that.

thenexttodie wrote:I am telling you it is better to be a Christian. I am not fucking lying to you or trying to trick you.


I know many christians who are bi or gay. I dont agree with their reasoning, but thats what they claim to be.

Re: A blunder that theists make all the time... Or how they

PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2017 11:31 pm
by australopithecus
thenexttodie wrote:I think you are a pervert and you get off on having everyone tell you it's ok to be a pervert.

I am telling you it is better to be a Christian. I am not fucking lying to you or trying to trick you.


Aaaand there it is. Congrats, you crossed the line you were dancing around so carefully. Have a couple of weeks off, it might give you time to come up with a point that wasn't flame bait.

Re: A blunder that theists make all the time... Or how they

PostPosted: Sat May 27, 2017 6:30 am
by Gnug215
leroy wrote:thenexttodie, what about gay people that are monogamous, not pedophile, not perverts etc. and that have a loving relationship with their same sex partner?

what are your thoughts on this kind of relations?.................just curious.



Well, I think the problem for thenexttodie was that he thinks gays are inherently perverts.

But then, the bible does condemn homosexuality. So whatever feelings he might have had about the issue, those feelings have in his eyes been "justified" by what the bible says.

Re: A blunder that theists make all the time... Or how they

PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 3:39 pm
by Grumpy Santa
Gnug215 wrote:
leroy wrote:thenexttodie, what about gay people that are monogamous, not pedophile, not perverts etc. and that have a loving relationship with their same sex partner?

what are your thoughts on this kind of relations?.................just curious.



Well, I think the problem for thenexttodie was that he thinks gays are inherently perverts.

But then, the bible does condemn homosexuality. So whatever feelings he might have had about the issue, those feelings have in his eyes been "justified" by what the bible says.


I'd be curious to know what his definition of "pervert" actually is.

Re: A blunder that theists make all the time... Or how they

PostPosted: Sun May 28, 2017 6:42 pm
by Gnug215
Grumpy Santa wrote:
I'd be curious to know what his definition of "pervert" actually is.



Clearly, anything that doesn't suit him... or his pastor, whatever.

Re: A blunder that theists make all the time... Or how they

PostPosted: Thu Jun 01, 2017 8:58 pm
by Dustnite
Grumpy Santa wrote:I'd be curious to know what his definition of "pervert" actually is.


His definition is "Anal sex is icky". Guess we better not ask him about grapefruiting...

Re: A blunder that theists make all the time... Or how they

PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2017 8:11 am
by Visaki
Dustnite wrote:His definition is "Anal sex is icky". Guess we better not ask him about grapefruiting...

I have no idea what "grapegruiting" is, and I refuse to google it.

Funny how these kinds of people always seem to think that if something is icky in their mind, it must be bad and therefore banned. I positively hate blood pudding. It's icky, and people who eat it are disgusting perverts. But I'm not calling for a ban on that basis, I just don't eat it. Same with gay anal sex; It's icky and disgusting IMHO so I don't do it. But if you want to go for it.

Re: A blunder that theists make all the time... Or how they

PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2017 8:18 am
by australopithecus
Cheese is objectively gross, but again, not asking for it to be banned.



That's a lie. I totally am.

Re: A blunder that theists make all the time... Or how they

PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2017 8:51 am
by Visaki
australopithecus wrote:Cheese is objectively gross, but again, not asking for it to be banned.

That's a lie. I totally am.

Even when on a pizza? I mean everyone loves pizza, right? And pizza has to have cheese or it isn't pizza. You DO love pizza? Right? RIGHT? Or do I have to vox to the Ordo Hereticus about your heresy against the Imperial Truth that pizza is delicious?

But back on topic; Why do theists, and creationists specially, use talking points from people who are... well lets just say not the best. With Aron we have a person who is taking talking points straight up from a convicted fraudster whos defense was that it is Gods money and therefore tax exempt. That is a good example. Others quote Ken "Nothing" Ham, Ray "Banana" Comfort, Kirk "Crocoduck" Cameron, William "2 citation" Craig etc and all the other basic fodder for the beginner Youtube debunkers. Do they think these people are good representatives for their cause?

Re: A blunder that theists make all the time... Or how they

PostPosted: Fri Jun 02, 2017 1:30 pm
by australopithecus
Cheeseless pizza is the future. You heard it here first.