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MindPilot Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Nov-04-05 02:22 PM
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5. I never got this whole "died for my sins" thing
Exactly how does that work? Jesus was executed so I can go to heaven?
Even if one begins with the assumption that God, Jesus & heaven exist and that the bible is more than a compilation of bad fairy tales, it still makes no logical sense.

God being omnipotent could forgive me for whatever sin I committed regardless of what happed to JC. Could it be it's ALL bullshit?
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  -A question for Christians ayeshahaqqiqa  Nov-04-05 02:03 PM   #0 
  - I think the Fundy mindset is "I am saved, everyone else be damned."  Beware the Beast Man   Nov-04-05 02:05 PM   #1 
  - Just like the repug..  PsychoDad   Nov-04-05 02:35 PM   #9 
  - Well, if you're looking for good examples, for goodness' sake don't....  drb   Nov-04-05 03:10 PM   #13 
  - One thing I've noticed...  phantom power   Nov-04-05 02:08 PM   #2 
  - they like the OT fine  darkmaestro019   Nov-04-05 02:13 PM   #3 
  - If you read the OT right, it's chock full of "pictures"...  drb   Nov-04-05 03:06 PM   #12 
     - Hmm. Sounds like apophenia to me.  phantom power   Nov-04-05 03:19 PM   #14 
        - Nice sounding word, but I'm not finding it anywhere.  NCevilDUer   Nov-04-05 03:26 PM   #16 
           - Apophenia is the experience of seeing patterns or connections....  phantom power   Nov-04-05 03:44 PM   #17 
  - It's good PR -- something for nothing.  Blue in Portland   Nov-04-05 02:13 PM   #4 
  - I never got this whole "died for my sins" thing  MindPilot   Nov-04-05 02:22 PM   #5 
  - mmmmmm.... COULD be....  phantom power   Nov-04-05 02:26 PM   #6 
  - You know, it took me absolutely forever to figure it out, but ....  drb   Nov-04-05 02:59 PM   #11 
     - Hey, that's pretty good. Thanks. n/t  El Supremo   Nov-04-05 03:21 PM   #15 
     - thank you for an interesting concept  ayeshahaqqiqa   Nov-05-05 09:44 AM   #20 
     - Perhaps, but I have a few issues  MikeH   Nov-06-05 09:37 PM   #24 
  - It's downright medeval actually  YOY   Nov-04-05 02:29 PM   #7 
  - I'll answer your question with another question (sort of like Jesus would)  El Supremo   Nov-04-05 02:32 PM   #8 
  - There does seem to be an aspect of "sincerity" to being saved, yes?  phantom power   Nov-04-05 02:38 PM   #10 
  - Naw, that ain't it.  El Supremo   Nov-04-05 09:42 PM   #19 
     - Predestination, pure and simple  kwassa   Nov-06-05 09:21 AM   #23 
  - ah, but you don't do good works to get into heaven  ayeshahaqqiqa   Nov-05-05 09:47 AM   #21 
  - It goes all the way back to the Nicean Creed, doesn't it?  htuttle   Nov-04-05 06:11 PM   #18 
  - Fundementalism takes the Reformation to deformed extremes.  nemo137   Nov-06-05 03:43 AM   #22 
  - personally  Goldensilence   Nov-07-05 01:22 PM   #25 
 

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