|07-14-2011, 02:47 AM||#12|
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And man is doing himself wrong and not God.
Like I said..the suffering in this world is proof enough that this life is just here to be a test for us..we should strive for the here after.
|07-14-2011, 03:00 AM||#14|
The Great John L.
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Drought and food crisis in kenya? Gods on it, with programs where we pay you food to help build local dams and wells.
Donate today to the Mennonite Central Committee
|07-14-2011, 03:29 PM||#15|
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the afterlife, that they fail to see what needs to be done now in the real
world. I also don't believe in people doing good things just so they can
get a reward in the end or because they are afraid of punishment.
Think about this for a minute, these kids were born with no chance in life.
They will suffer every day until they eventually die a horrible, most
likely painful death. How can a loving & caring god plan something like
this? To test them? For what? Paradise? That is just sadistic!!
If these kids get any help. it is because people, not god, did something
about it. I know christians are gonna say that these people were divinely
inspired by god, but that is a ridiculous statement! That is an insult to
humanity to attribute the innate good nature of people to some magical
being up in the sky. What about the billions of non-christians in the world
who do good deeds, why would god divinely inspire them if he knew that they
don't even believe in him? No. I'm sorry man, that just makes no sense.
Pac is a devout Catholic, he doesn't need peds because god has blessed him with talent and physical abilities.
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