Quote# 10860

We Christians have been laying low for too long, but we´re slowly being pushed into militancy by " pseudo- scientists"
like yourselves. True, we did burn down all them "pagan" libraries 2000 years ago and the world was better off for it.

Nothing wrong ´bout fresh starts.

The Ascetic Crusader, fstdt 30 Comments [4/14/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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\"Nothing wrong ´bout fresh starts.\"

Unless you're destroying the truth and replacing it with fantasy. It's fuckers like you that set us back 500 years by trashing the library at Alexandria.

4/14/2006 7:01:00 PM

Papabear

The Assbite Crusader -- You are a waste of time, space and materials. Please, fuck off and die so that your atoms may be recycled into something worthwhile. Nothing wrong 'bout fresh starts.

4/14/2006 7:24:03 PM

Talisman

\"True, we did burn down all them \"pagan\" libraries 2000 years ago and the world was better off for it.\"

Yes, thank you for setting humanity back a few centuries technologically, philosophically and scientifically. Beginning the Dark Ages in Europe a little later was a nice touch too.

4/14/2006 7:27:37 PM

King Spirula

The only thing fundie Christians have \"laying low\" is their IQ, as this \"psuedo-person\" so aptly demonstrates.

4/14/2006 7:42:31 PM

David D.G.

\"Nothing wrong 'bout fresh starts\"?

In this case, that's tantamount to saying that it's okay for you to kill someone's child, since they can have another, and there's nothing wrong with a fresh start at raising a child.

Destroying the Great Library at Alexandria was one of the greatest crimes against civilization, and against humanity, ever perpetrated.

And I stand by my earlier assessment that this \"Ascetic Crusader\" person is just an attention-whoring troll, not a true fundie, but acting like one and pushing buttons to get strong reactions. I strongly recommend that we not bother submitting any more of his posts to FSTDT.


~David D.G.

4/14/2006 7:59:36 PM

Alejandro

The funny thing is that the Library of Alexandria was burt by fanatic Moslems, not Christians. So (assuming he is referring to it) TAC is taking the credit for his religion of a Moslem act which if he saw today he would surely decry as terrorism and barbarism.

4/14/2006 8:34:28 PM

The Last Conformist

The destruction of the Library of Alexandria has been variously dated to Caesar's conquest of the city in 48 BC, to the Christianization in the 4th century, and to the Arabic conquest in AD 642. Truth is, nobody knows when it ceased to exist, and whether it was destroyed in a single conflagration, or if the books were just pilfered away one by one.

The institute to which it belonged, the \"Mouseion\", continued to operate to the end of the 4th century.

4/14/2006 8:56:55 PM

Jacob Syne

Burning books... now that ticks me off.

4/14/2006 9:07:41 PM

NotMe

Burning books, burning people... Who cares, they're pagan.
</sarcasm>

4/14/2006 9:20:23 PM

mad dog

you try to force christianity on others and especially me, the only thing you'll get is your ass kicked.

4/14/2006 10:12:59 PM

Lord Zeruel

<<True, we did burn down all them \"pagan\" libraries 2000 years ago and the world was better off for it.>>

You know, I genuinely don't have much beef with religion, but is there any doubt anymore that people who take it to fundie-extremes are nothing less than a danger to our species? Destroying libraries, knowledge, people! FUN FUN, because after all it's all [best hick voice] PAAAAAAGAAAAANNNNN[/best hick voice].

Bastards. Sometimes, I really wonder how far along we would be today if history had been without the fundie/militant aspect of Christianity's influence.

4/15/2006 12:05:56 AM

xMinionX

I've interacted with this guy at CF a couple times. Apart from being a complete screwball, he also treats others like shit. He seems to see an intelligent discussion as a high schoolish \"my side vs. yours\" engagement, and treats it as such. I stopped bothering with him a while ago.

4/15/2006 1:28:56 PM

Tak, The Hideous New Girl

Marching proudly into the 12th Century!

When will this fundy lunacy die out?

4/15/2006 3:31:35 PM

TDR

Last Conformist, that's what I thought, too. Is this a case of people taking credit where none is due?

4/15/2006 6:44:06 PM

The Ascetic Crusader

\"Burning the Great Library of Alexandria was one of the greatest crimes against civilization ever perpetrated\" - David DG

I´d say the greatest crime was letting Galileo and Copernicus off the hook... Westerners were perfectly OK living in a flat topped , geo-centric Universe until that pair of \"saboteurs\" came along.

4/17/2006 12:39:05 AM

The Ascetic Crusader

\"I've interacted with this guy at CF a couple times. Apart from being a complete screwball, he also treats others like shit.\"

You´ve \" interacted \" with me ? Who the
hail is this clown ? You must be one of the thousands (yes, literally thousands) of people who have visited my threads at CF and 123CF. I probably blew you away like yesterdays news in some debate... cuz I wouldn´t know you from a sidewalk turd \"X Minion\"...

4/17/2006 12:43:42 AM

white

catholics, christians, and any other dmeopns of mankind like the above should all do the world a favor and shart shooting themselves until they go to the afterlife they so believe in. Believing one thing is one thing, burning down libraries of others because they don't kiss your ass is flat out wrong, and anyone who dars to follow their footsteps should get sent right next to their other friends burning in hell.

4/17/2006 12:51:09 PM

Tak, the Hideous New Girl

I´d say the greatest crime was letting Galileo and Copernicus off the hook...
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You had me going there Crusader, but you went just a bit to far with this particular post.

You might want to dial it down just a bit to pass a a real fundie lunatic.


4/17/2006 1:28:12 PM

The Ascetic Crusader

\"You had me going there Crusader, but you went just a bit to far with this particular post.\" -Tak, the Hideous New Girl

Hey Tak. Modern Science ( an offshoot of Empiricism) is wholly and irrevocably paganistic. In the early days, Christianity was rebuilding Western civilization according to the new tenets of the Christian religion.
The Library of Alexandria was a breeding ground for degenerate paganistic mysteries and heathenistic cults (ie: Hypatia, Neo-Platonism, etc).
Galileo and Copernicus were heirs to this disgusting tradition.

At the time, the Roman authorities allowed the Library to be burned because Empirical paganism became an intolerable burden on Egyptian society.

You can take that to the bank!!!!






4/17/2006 7:40:10 PM

The Ascetic Crusader

\"You had me going there Crusader, but you went just a bit to far with this particular post.\" -Tak, the Hideous New Girl

Hey Tak. Modern Science ( an offshoot of Empiricism) is wholly and irrevocably paganistic. In the early days, Christianity was rebuilding Western civilization according to the new tenets of the Christian religion.
The Library of Alexandria was a breeding ground for degenerate paganistic mysteries and heathenistic cults (ie: Hypatia, Neo-Platonism, etc).
At the time, the Roman authorities allowed the Library to be burned because Empirical paganism became an intolerable burden on Egyptian society.

You can take that to the bank!!!!






4/17/2006 7:42:17 PM

The Ascetic Crusader

I poop my pants!

4/17/2006 9:04:02 PM

Seomah

Hey Ascetic Crusader, may I suggest you slip in some mispelled words? That way you will seem much more fundie than now. If you're goint to be a troll, at least be a decent one.

4/18/2006 9:59:52 AM

Tak, the Hideous New Girl

Ascetic Crusader, sorry, but that last post had good grammar, perfect spelling and used polysyllabic words.

The down-homey \"You can take that to the bank\" can't offset what came before.

You're not fooling anybody.

4/18/2006 1:30:10 PM

The \" real\" Ascetic Crusader

Just stick to the OP...will ya ?

4/19/2006 2:59:55 AM

The \" real\" Ascetic Crusader

I poop my pants!

4/19/2006 8:35:49 AM

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