BrotherRoy

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  1. BrotherRoy

    Proof That Feminism Is A Hate Movement!!

    Morph, while I agree with some of your points, you sort of opened yourself up with the whole women vs men invention dynamic. Just fyi, look here Overall I agree with MTHart about the video. I think it's sort of a darned if you do, darned if you don't sort of thing with the video. I can see the videomaker's point of view, but I also understand that men participate in rape and educating men to understand that you do not take what you want from a woman may be part of the intention of the website/organization the video is critiquing. Nevertheless, I do have my issues with feminism. If women want to work, want equal pay, all that...fine, but at the end of the day let a man be a man and stop trying to turn him into a fairy tale prince charming docile creature. I have my issues because I feel like in some instances feminism has harmed the natural roles given to us. Now there is a battle between stay at home moms and working moms and women who would never have children and, and, and etc. It's ridiculous. If you want to work and have kids go work and keep quiet about the people who have kids and stay home. If you don't want to have kids go be responbile and not have them and keep quiet about the people who do. Dunno a little pet peeve of mine when I feel like some seirous disconnects in my relationship could have been averted had it not been for some social engineering on young girls through feminism that trickled down to my wife. Thus causing her a state of self doubt upong having children and beleiving, and in most senses still do, that she is now worthless because she is not a working woman with her cake and eating it too.
  2. The existence of aliens has no real bearing on the existence of God, although I've heard it argued that the existence of aliens would be more likely in an intelligently designed universe. Two forms of thought here: http://youtu.be/MKnf78lkYi0 http://vimeo.com/11974924
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    Black Awakening

    In light of recent events, I was led to wonder if any of you have heard of Russ Dizdar's Black Awakening theory. It postulates that there are an untold number of sleeper assasins programmed sometimes in youth through trauma based mind control, ala MKULTRA and that many of these mass shootings and false flag operations may be their work. http://youtu.be/OPclxcH8xds
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    What is your Religious Standpoint?

    I am a Christian, I believe in the Bible, not because of blind faith, but because of experience and evidence. I defend the Bible and various doctrines and theologies therein. I do not necessarily attend a church, although I have spoken in them. I currently have a love hate relationship with the corporate model of the Church as I do not beleive it was the intent of the disciples to start treating the church similar to a business. Plus the words of Christ indicate an upside down pyramid model when it comes to leadership versus the right side up pyramid model of a business. And no, Jesus was not copied from Egyptian Sun Gods, Mithras, or any of them. This argument is a failure to properly investigate mythology, Christian history, it's texts, theologies, etc. I have seen Zeitgeist and it's full of holes, misquotes, misunderstandings and quite frankly it is shaping up a community of truthseekers to believe the same lie the NWO wants you to believe.
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    Who Created God?

    There are things in scripture that "primitive" man could not know about and by that I do not believe man could have created the Judeo-Christian God. It is evident through some of the revelation in the text, fulfilled prophecy, accuracy of general salvation message over time, distance and different authors, etc. The original question falls in the logical fallacy of a category mistake. God by definition is a supernatural entity in nearly every concept I have seen both in Judeo-Christian theology and outside it. Thus the category mistake is assuming an infinite being needs to be created. It is categorizing an infinte being by finite principles. Thus the whole questions misunderstand the principles of a God who is the uncaused first cause. Also this question runs into the problem of if I say a Bigger God created God, then you need a Bigger Bigger God to create the Bigger God who created God, then you need a Bigger Bigger Bigger God to create the Bigger Bigger God who created the Bigger God who created God, then you need a Bigger X4 God to create the BiggerX3 God who created the Bigger Bigger God who created the Bigger God who created God, then you need the....see how this goes on and on and on? It becomes an infinite regression of causes which is a logical impossibility. You never arrive at the main cause of God or the universe for that matter.