Lord & Beans

Lord & Beans

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225 weeks ago @ http://onthebox.us/ - Words of Comfort: Movi... · 0 replies · +4 points

Dear Raymond Marshall Comfort,

You don't listen to anyone, so why should anyone listen to you? That would just be too convenient wouldn't it Raymond Marshall?

225 weeks ago @ http://onthebox.us/ - Carrie Underwood Takes... · 0 replies · +3 points

The big question here would have to be; Why should anyone give two hoots about what the bible says about gay marriage, or marriage in general?

225 weeks ago @ http://onthebox.us/ - Carrie Underwood Takes... · 0 replies · +2 points

Carrie Underwood; making Christianity appear to suck a little bit less, one comment at a time!

225 weeks ago @ http://onthebox.us/ - Words of Comfort: Movi... · 0 replies · +4 points

Dear Raymond Marshall Comfort,

Remind us again of how your last "controversial" film impacted society at large?

225 weeks ago @ http://onthebox.us/ - Words of Comfort: Movi... · 0 replies · +6 points

Notice the "blind belief" of "scientists" is bad, but the blind belief of Raymond Marshall Comfort is cash money. Strangely enough, anyone with the integrity to actually look into this will notice science takes zero regard for anyone's beliefs, even if individual scientists might, or might not, hold any beliefs whatsoever. Whereas, Raymond Marshall Comfort is quite content on telling everyone he meets what they must believe, even in spite of the fact that his blind beliefs are entirely self convenient.

Christians, kindly tell me, have you ever met a pastor, or evangelist, who disclaims "I might be incorrect" or "This s my opinion" ?

I know I haven't.

225 weeks ago @ http://onthebox.us/ - Words of Comfort: Movi... · 0 replies · +5 points

Dear Raymond, it's not controversial at all. Controversy would necessarily include something to be in credible dispute, but in this case, it isn't.

~Cheers!

269 weeks ago @ http://onthebox.us/ - The Atheist’s Faith · 0 replies · +18 points

I have faith Ray will consistently try telling other people what they think, and mean, but this doesn't, nor should it imply, that I am willing to believe things unbelieveable. Moreover, the faith you describe in that last paragraph sure looks as though it's trying desperately to come off as reason. When we all know it's not, right Ray?

~Cheers!

270 weeks ago @ http://onthebox.us/ - www.onthebox.us/2012/0... · 0 replies · +3 points

My parents are going to have to settle with the obscene delusion that their first born son will be seperated from them for all eternity, and will be tortured by the loving god, or gods, they've come to be swindled by, while they're in gloryland sipping pina coladas,. That's what is factually necessary for them to maintain their beliefs.

270 weeks ago @ http://onthebox.us/ - www.onthebox.us/2012/0... · 0 replies · +3 points

"Do you offer a listening ear without coming down too harsh on them?"

~Do you, Ray? So far as I've seen in over two years of watching you work, I can honestly say you're one of the single most ignorant and obtuse individuals I've ever witnessed. How can you offer this advice to anyone in good conscience? Your go to move is ignoring what anyone who doesn't already agree with you says. You've made it a rather nasty habit of speaking for those people as well, so why sell your sycophants something you don't actually demonstrate your own belief in?

270 weeks ago @ http://onthebox.us/ - www.onthebox.us/2012/0... · 0 replies · +3 points

"Don’t give life enhancement as a motive for coming to Christ,"

~Why not? Why not just call it what it is? Take away all the layers of BS, and the chief concern of anyone who'd entertain such an outrageous idea, is going to be "life enhancement" Wether that enhancement is set to occur in this life, or the next, it is a direct and necessary logical consequence of our innate tendency to avoid pain and suffering, even if it is only an empty, yet perceived threat.