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QTDDTOT Anonymous 06/20/2020 (Sat) 19:53:11 No.85
Obviously people will have questions, so we should have answers for them. Can someone quickly summarize the main points of le Trashman's book on why God isn't real?
I don't want to sound rude but are they still valid and/or points of any importance? He seems to have backtracked and became religious later on
>>85 >Obviously people will have questions, so we should have answers for them. IMO there is one primary burning question regarding the Christian faith in the minds of typical unbelievers and skeptics. We have this book (the Bible) that seems to be written as a historical document and is making certain scientific and historical claims. For example, when a skeptic asks a minister "How old do you think the universe is?" and he replies "I don't know", or "that's not really important" then he's lost all credibility and has also basically lost any imperative related to evangelism of that individual. There are answers to both the scientific and historical questions of the modern skeptic, that don't require us as Christians to compromise on either our faith or on the Biblical message of sin, repentance, and salvation. The simple fact is that most Christians are (willfully or not) ignorant of these truths and so miss what I consider to be the single best opportunity for evangelism today. le Ebin Trashman maymay is basically irrelevant to this issue. If someone is absolutely dedicated to an Anti-Christian agenda then you'd likely be better spending time discussing Christianity with someone who at least acknowledges the possibility that it's the truth.
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Everything feels like it's falling apart and I'm pretty sure my country's going to start exterminating me and my people in the next few decades, is there any reason to have hope for this world? Are these the end times? Never thought I'd ever say it but I'm terrified at the future now. I wanted to help humanity explore the stars but I don't even know if it'll make it through the next few years without turning into a nightmare.
Do you think hell is to create more demons for Lucifer's army? Think about it, you would have to get used to eternal suffering eventually, the physical and emotional pain/torture can only go so high that any higher would feel the same. It would toughen you up, make you stronger, more resilient, you would be twisted into the perfect weapon, a soldier that would make even the Spartans jealous. Is there any being more dangerous than one that fears and feels nothing? Unless they just wipe your memory every now and then but would that not defeat the purpose of experiencing eternity?
>>92 Hell isn't to 'create' anything. It's to lock Satan and his band of fallen angels up forever. Sadly, as huge portion of humanity will also go there due to rejecting the free offer of eternal life with God the Heavenly Father. They choose Satan as their father instead, so they must go into hell with him ofc. BTW, there are no exits in hell Anon.
How could a nigger that tells me to get on my knees & worship the god of the Hebrews be anything but my enemy?
>>94 The Jews didn't die for you, but Jesus did. The Hebrews don't offer you a path of eternal life Anon, but Jesus does. The choice, as always with God, is yours.
>>85 with the 8chan shutdown the /christian/ moved to several places but many of them disappeared. Does anyone know where the new place of /christian/ is? Here it seems a bit quiet...

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