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  • #11
    Re: Armenians & Christianity.

    Originally posted by Sip
    There were Armenians looooooong before the "Church" and there sure as hell WILL be Armenians loooooooong after "Church". The Church thing is just a temporary fad ...
    ...that has lasted for two millenia...
    "Many diasporans are the descendants of genocide survivors. They are not just going to forget what the Ottoman Turks did to them or their ancestors in 1915. For the Turkish government the diasporans are merely the "ones that got away."" -- Tom Servo

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    • #12
      Re: Armenians & Christianity.

      Originally posted by Sip
      And I am saying Armenians existed (and thrived) looooooong before 2 Christians gathered and they will continue to thrive loooooong after the last 2 Christians go to meet their God.

      Tunot know's what's right!

      But is it the "ego" not buying into this Christian thing that's been around for like a couple of thousand years or is it the "ego" that insists Christianity is the Truth because some guy in long hair said so? You want to see a massive overgrown ego, look at those who think they know it all ... and what better place to find those kinds than ANYWHERE 2 or more religous people of any kind assemble.

      The rest of us will humbly go on with our lives and let you who know it all continue to proclaim how you are the humble ones who have accepted The Truth and how stupid everyone else is.
      What do you believe in let me ask u that I am intrested in knowing your answer.
      Which Way is the Right Way?

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      • #13
        Re: Armenians & Christianity.

        Originally posted by HyeWayCop
        What do you believe in let me ask u that I am intrested in knowing your answer.
        That's a very vague question. What do I believe in with respect to what?
        this post = teh win.

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        • #14
          Re: Armenians & Christianity.

          How do you think the world was formed how were u entered into the world?
          Which Way is the Right Way?

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          • #15
            Re: Armenians & Christianity.

            Originally posted by Sip
            And I am saying Armenians existed (and thrived) looooooong before 2 Christians gathered and they will continue to thrive loooooong after the last 2 Christians go to meet their God.
            'Catholic' has strong jooish roots (sad that chicks have to misspell), and worships Mary--that's gettin to equality. Jesus wasn't christian, and still isn't. The philosophy of Jesus is great, though. Ethics differ from 'religion.' I don't have a religion. Christianity? xxxs in denial? Pagan wannabes? I dunno. I'm (a) (xxx=joo) xxxITCH--a pagan xxx. Now... I've got issues with Israel. I wonder why Armenianclub has issues with the word J E W. That's not a dirty word--though I'm guessing it was made one because of hate speech. Still, why censor legit use?

            Some people here know that these messages are 'subscribed' and forwarded and cc'd and it doesnt take too long before "EACH ONE TEACH ONE, AND SOON ALL KNOW."
            Last edited by Anahita; 07-03-2006, 02:00 AM.

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            • #16
              Re: Armenians & Christianity.

              Originally posted by HyeWayCop
              How do you think the world was formed how were u entered into the world?

              I have no idea how the world was formed. From what we see in the universe, things are moving away from each other. That and the fact that there is some background radiation in space indicate that there might have been some sort of explosion a few billion years ago that has resulted in the galaxies we are able to see.

              How I entered the world ... I assume my parents got it on about 9 months before I was born. But if you are asking me how humans showed up on earth, again, I am probably not the best person to ask about this. I don't really know. If you are asking me to form some sort of conjecture based on what I know, I guess at some point some hominids started to use tools and became homo-habilis. The homo-erectus showed up some time later that had a lot more abilities and then much after that, the homo-sapiens (aka we) showed up. How exactly those transition took place, how long they took, in what parts of the world what happened, whether they were gradual or "instant", and whether they were even transitions, I don't know. But I do know there are discrete evidences of intermediate creatures along the way from various times in history and in different parts of the world that seem to have gotten more and more "capable" over time leading to humans. There are also strong genetic evidences that many of these historic and current creatures are strongly related. So if you are asking me if I believe humans magically showed up before all other sub-human variations, I can comfortably say I don't believe it.
              this post = teh win.

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              • #17
                Re: Armenians & Christianity.

                Originally posted by Anahita
                'Catholic' has strong jooish roots (sad that chicks have to misspell), and worships Mary--that's gettin to equality. Jesus wasn't christian, and still isn't. The philosophy of Jesus is great, though. Ethics differ from 'religion.' I don't have a religion. Christianity? xxxs in denial? Pagan wannabes? I dunno. I'm (a) xxxITCH--a pagan xxx. Now... I've got issues with Israel.

                Someone here has to be smart enough to know that these messages are 'subscibed' and forwarded and cc'd and it doesnt take too long before "EACH ONE TEACH ONE, AND SOON ALL KNOW."

                (to delete: some of those could stick up for me and help me out.)
                Jesus is not Christian .. anahita lay off the crack child.
                Which Way is the Right Way?

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                • #18
                  Re: Armenians & Christianity.

                  Originally posted by Sip
                  I have no idea how the world was formed. From what we see in the universe, things are moving away from each other. That and the fact that there is some background radiation in space indicate that there might have been some sort of explosion a few billion years ago that has resulted in the galaxies we are able to see.

                  How I entered the world ... I assume my parents got it on about 9 months before I was born. But if you are asking me how humans showed up on earth, again, I am probably not the best person to ask about this. I don't really know. If you are asking me to form some sort of conjecture based on what I know, I guess at some point some hominids started to use tools and became homo-habilis. The homo-erectus showed up some time later that had a lot more abilities and then much after that, the homo-sapiens (aka we) showed up. How exactly those transition took place, how long they took, in what parts of the world what happened, whether they were gradual or "instant", and whether they were even transitions, I don't know. But I do know there are discrete evidences of intermediate creatures along the way from various times in history and in different parts of the world that seem to have gotten more and more "capable" over time leading to humans. There are also strong genetic evidences that many of these historic and current creatures are strongly related. So if you are asking me if I believe humans magically showed up before all other sub-human variations, I can comfortably say I don't believe it.
                  So then how can u say Chrisitanity isnt real if you dont know?
                  Which Way is the Right Way?

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                  • #19
                    Re: Armenians & Christianity.

                    Do you know? How do YOU know it's real?

                    I may not know how we got here but I do know the Christian version is full of HUGE holes and can't be true. Not knowing something doesn't mean you can't (or shouldn't) think and that you should accept any and all bull story as possible truth.
                    Last edited by Sip; 07-03-2006, 02:04 AM.
                    this post = teh win.

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                    • #20
                      I think Sip's, "I have no idea how the world was formed" post is not only insightful and honest, but also mostly correct, too.

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