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My strength comes from the fact that Jesus Christ lived, died and was resurrected telling us special things about this universe and when put under the microscope and pitted against modern science we find that science comes a poor second. The mass in the universe must have followed one pattern and one pattern alone to give us what is here now and putting all this together in one understandable teaching requires much of that wonderful strength, exposed by those mechanics, and that Jesus guides us to.

Wormwood and associated stellar bodies are well taught about in Revelation and a strike by such a body is argued to be the reason that governments are building their own protection against it surreptitiously, and at great expense. The Holy Bible tells us to follow Jesus accurately and know that the same mechanics that saved him will also be at our disposal...either with your approval, bluehillside, or without it. 

NicholasMarks, Religion and Ethics 13 Comments [9/18/2016 3:53:48 AM]
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SpukiKitty

Jesus said zilch about science and you are a weirdo who doesn't make any sense!

Jesus' message, according to The Nazarene Bible, goes as such....
* Be a peaceful, humanitarian who cares for the poor, the sick, the lame, the outcast. Love, forgive and pray for everyone, even your enemies.
* My Name and Divinity will cleanse you of your Bad-Karma/Sin to make up for whatever dumb imperfections you may have.
* Some weird "prophetic" stuff who's true meaning was lost to time but probably had something to do with whatever was going on in 70 CE.
....And that's it! No mention of science!

9/18/2016 8:49:19 AM

Denizen


RE: SpukiKitty

More like Jesus' message was:

- Drop everything right now, do nothing.-'
- Leave your family. Also, hate them."
- Follow me, I am the greatest man ever.**
- The world will end very soon.
- Only fellow hebrews are worth saving.
- I can get you into Heaven.*"*
- Or, I can send you to Hell forever."
I’ll be back."'
- SOON!

9/18/2016 11:31:48 AM

Uilleam

The mass in the universe must have followed one pattern and one pattern alone to give us what is here now and putting all this together in one understandable teaching requires much of that wonderful strength, exposed by those mechanics, and that Jesus guides us to.



Apologies to Anon-e-Moose for borrowing his image macro.

9/18/2016 11:37:50 AM

Karana

Whoa...word salad much?

9/18/2016 2:41:03 PM

Anon-e-moose

@Uilleam

I would consider it an insult if anything I'd previously posted wasn't used by others.

...meanwhile, I'll just let GOTT ES-Member Tweedledee reply to Nicole Arse for me:


9/18/2016 2:58:01 PM

Old Viking

Nicholas, have you noticed that when you approach people, they often walk rapidly away from you?

9/18/2016 3:14:41 PM

Swede

It's a myth that Jesus Christ lived, died and was resurrected, dearie, not a fact.
Microscopes are part of modern science, silly.

New finds say that the Earth was destroyed about 4 billion years ago by an hypothetic planet called Theia, and a new Earth, along with the moon, was formed from the debris. Is that what you mean with "one pattern and one pattern alone"?

Isn't The Book of Revelation about something contemporary, that was happening, or had happened, when it was written? It certainly seems so as the star called Wormwood fell from the sky, according to the Bible, it's not "will fall".

9/19/2016 3:17:25 AM

Mister Spak

"My strength comes from the fact that Jesus Christ lived, died and was resurrected"

My strength come from the fact that Allah is the real god and Mohammed is his prophet.

9/19/2016 4:22:04 AM

Tempus

I'll just seize on one point here.

NicholasMarks apparently believes in the Planet X/Nibiru bullshit. Since he's also a young-earth creationist, that puts him solidly in the running for the title of the dumbest human being presently alive on the planet Earth.

Planet X lunatics apparently live in a world where literally no one owns a powerful telescope except a few astronomers at universities or even knows what the fucking night sky looks like at any given time of the year, a skill our primitive ancestors had ten thousand years or more ago. Also, in their world, government is this incredibly effective, efficient monolith capable of silencing nearly anyone and everyone before De Truth Gets Out.

A low-mass M-dwarf either in orbit around the sun or on a path that would take it INTO the inner solar system would be very, very detectable many, MANY years before it finally got anywhere near the inner solar system--where "inner" is defined as "anything closer than the Kuiper Belt. And I don't mean just to professional astronomers on government payrolls, I mean to the hundreds of thousands of amateur astronomers with decent telescopes around the world. And if it goes close enough, long before it crossed Neptune's orbit, it would be visible to the naked eye as something moving noticeably across the sky. Because it's a goddamn fully-fusing star.

A brown dwarf--defined as a substellar object ~13 times massive than Jupiter and able to fuse deuterium in its core for a limit time early in its youth--might be slightly harder to detect, but it too should be relatively trivial to detect by amateurs if it were that close as well. All it would take is one--ONE--whisper about it, and within a day, half a million telescopes would be trained on that spot.

An actual PLANET--even one less massive than Earth--should be visible as a moving object in the sky a long distance away, and it would be spotted by amateur astronomers long before it became a naked-eye object.

The only way around these assumptions would be that the damned thing is invisible and/or being artificially propelled at unnatural speeds. Since you're supposedly convinced it was spotted by the IRAS survey in the 1980s, it's obviously visible, so either it cloaked recently, or your assumptions fall completely apart. Without actual, irrefutable proof that it both exists AND that it somehow cloaked like a Klingon Bird of Prey, I'm going to assume you're both barking mad and fucking stupid to boot. Even if it WAS invisible to the naked eye now, it should have a gravitational influence that would have shown up by this point--and yes, the perturbations it would inflict on the other planets of this solar system would ALSO be detectable by backyard amateur astronomers all over the world. Unless the gravitational effects are somehow being cloaked, too--in which case, since it has no objective verifiable existence or noticeable effect on anything in this solar system, why be afraid of it at all?

Planet X lunatics apparently don't realize that (1) scientists are shit at keeping secrets even with government orders, (2) there's a metric fuckton of them and they're all over the world,(3) any conspiracy to keep them all quiet would fall apart before it ever get out of the board meeting because trying to get a plurality of national governments to agree on ANYTHING is like herding cats, and (4) people have fucking eyes of their own, talk to each other, and can build telescopes and other scientific equipment out of off-the-shelf parts that's leagues better than most of the gear used by scientists in the 1950s, and they fucking notice things.

9/19/2016 7:23:52 AM

Anon-e-moose

"when put under the microscope and pitted against modern science we find that science comes a poor second."

Why no mention of the Higgs-Boson - never mind the Large Hadron Collider - in the Bible, then?

Your Bible doesn't mention computers, so stop using yours, Nicole Arse. [/Quantum Mechanic]

9/19/2016 7:40:15 AM



However, let's make an exception with internet, ok?

9/20/2016 12:53:11 AM

Frogflayer

the same mechanics that saved him will also be at our disposal


9/21/2016 6:59:33 AM

Sasha

Who put Jesus under a microscope?

9/21/2016 10:00:50 PM

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