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    Quote knowledge is power said View Post
    I meant that even as a normal, unsupernatural human it's unlikely that he existed.
    I think it's plausible, but then again, I've always liked the rebel.

    The only real evidence is the Shroud of Turin... bwahahahaa. Sorry, couldn't keep a straight face there.

    We'll never know for sure, really all we have is folklore.

    Grumps

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    The Nizkor Project- Logical Fallacies

    Atheist: n; A person to be pitied in that he is unable to believe things for which there is no evidence, and who has thus deprived himself of a convenient means of feeling superior to others.
    —Chaz Bufe, The American Heretic’s Dictionary

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    Welcome Uncle Grumpy.
    'The biggest threat to security, to life in all its forms, is the system that drives the climate disaster.'
    In Climate Leviathan: A Political Theory of Our Planetary Future, 2018.

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    All aboard the atheist express train to burn in hell. But I'd rather burn in hell than an eternity with good non-believers than worshipping at the foot of the deity with all the genocidaires and scoundrels that for the mere price of repentance can rise above their victims.
    "I'm an ape, I'm an African ape and I'm proud of it, and you should be too". Richard Dawkins

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    Quote pipbarber said View Post
    I turn water into wine on a fairly regular basis. You just add fruit, sugar, some wine yeast and time and lo and behold, it's a miracle! Perhaps jeebus was just a really fucking skilful vintner and, like you Grumpy, i think that a very sound basis for worship.
    How about these y'all?

    H2O to piss.jpg



    And here Jesus turns water into fun :-

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    Maddox.

    B.T.W. Welcome, Unca Grumps, you sound like one of my mob . . .
    male, grumpy, atheist, humourous ~ I reckon

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    Quote wadaye said View Post
    All aboard the atheist express train to burn in hell. But I'd rather burn in hell than an eternity with good non-believers than worshipping at the foot of the deity with all the genocidaires and scoundrels that for the mere price of repentance can rise above their victims.
    I myself am an Arminian Protestant atheist.
    'The biggest threat to security, to life in all its forms, is the system that drives the climate disaster.'
    In Climate Leviathan: A Political Theory of Our Planetary Future, 2018.

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