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    • @PATACON, God doesn't need to eat. In fact he didn't have to put the tree there in the first place. If he really didn't want her to eat it he would have intervened when the snake was talking to eve
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, This is truly ifunny. Every word you say has made me shit my smallclothes laughing.
      EDAMI_2013 4 aug 2014
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    • ... You try to use science but I just used it to help prove something about it. Cause and effect my friend.
      0987612345_2015 10 aug 2014
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    • ... So the child, his curiosity getting the best of him, will touch the stove. He will get burnt. But he now knows better than to touch it again. God does the same thing with us. He warns us not to something and he tells us the consequence if we do. When we do it, the consequences will take effect..
      0987612345_2015 10 aug 2014
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    • @2hu_, let's use your scenario to explain the free will God gave us. He would warn the child not to touch the hot stove first. Children are stubborn. So naturally the child will ask why not and he will explain. But the child doesn't understand the concept of being burnt until he is...
      0987612345_2015 10 aug 2014
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    • @The_real_teanagedirdbag, so if I stop a kid from touching a hot stove am I taking away its free will? Also God didn't give me free will because he doesn't exist. If he did exist I wouldn't be atheist
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    • @killjoy___, if we accept his gift of eternal life and ask for forgiveness for our sins and try to be the best we can be for Christ he will save us from Hell. When we die we all will see our maker (God). If we have accepted Christ and his gift we will go to heaven. If not we will go to hell.
      0987612345_2015 5 aug 2014
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, what do you mean by salvation?
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, Have fun. ;)
      EDAMI_2013 5 aug 2014
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    • @LejitBlack, that wasn't the point. Look, you believe what you believe and i believe what I believe ok? Freedom of religion sir.
      0987612345_2015 5 aug 2014
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    • I* not*
      EDAMI_2013 5 aug 2014
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, But a fifty foot god does not stand in front of me. Thus u do noy believe.
      EDAMI_2013 5 aug 2014
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    • @LejitBlack, I know when to back away from an argument. No matter what I say you won't believe. Honestly if a 50ft God stood in front of you and many others you still wouldn't believe. It's your choice to believe or not. That's why we have freedom of religion.
      0987612345_2015 4 aug 2014
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    • @killjoy___, the only way to escape from the penalty of hell is to accept the free gift God has offered us. Salvation
      0987612345_2015 4 aug 2014
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    • ...LOGIC has made me forsake any religion. Has made me SMARTER. And has taught me how to look at the world in a new light.
      EDAMI_2013 4 aug 2014
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, If anything God is less forgiving than humans. Fucking Noah's ark is and example. The freaking beginning of the bible is an example. Sodom and Gomorrah is an example. Ive lived my whole life beliving this shit thanks to my parents, but philosophers, pictures like this and simple...
      EDAMI_2013 4 aug 2014
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, He fucking damnned all of us due to eves shit. Like wtf I didnt eat a fucking apple
      EDAMI_2013 4 aug 2014
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, If hes all powerful and hates sin but loves us, he couldve just ended sin. Sit down. Ur shit makes no sense.
      EDAMI_2013 4 aug 2014
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, so if he forgives us even when we shouldn't be forgiven, we'd then be told we didn't have to stay in hell for ever
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    • He loves us so much that he sent his son to die for us. To take our place on the cross. To take the penalty away from us. We are only forgiven because of what Christ did for us
      0987612345_2015 4 aug 2014
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    • @killjoy___, why do we deserve forgiveness? We don't. Romans 6:23 says "For the wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life." We don't deserve to be forgiven but that is when grace is seen. He forgives us even when we shouldn't be forgiven
      0987612345_2015 4 aug 2014
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, so even if I legitimately learned my lesson, and was truly sorry, he still wouldn't let me leave? And criminals get out of jail eventually, and they are only there for life if they did the unforgivable.
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    • Because he is not sorry for what he did. He is sorry for what he did and doesn't want to face the consequences. It is to late for sorry
      0987612345_2015 4 aug 2014
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    • @killjoy___, you will still be in hell. You won't be asking for forgiveness then you will be asking for a way out. Think of it this way: When a convicted criminal says sorry to the judge does the judge let him walk free? No he doesn't. Why?
      0987612345_2015 4 aug 2014
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, so lets say I get sent to hell, learn my lesson, and request forgiveness. Will god forgive me, or will I still be in hell?
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    • @killjoy___, to be forgiven we must ask for forgiveness.
      0987612345_2015 3 aug 2014
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, so then why does he damn people to hell for eternity. They may change, yet god won't forgive them, so they stay in hell?
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    • @2hu_, if you have any questions to ask I will try to answer them to the best of my ability and when I don't have the answer I will look them up. I'm sorry that I don't have all the answers but I promise I will tru
      0987612345_2015 3 aug 2014
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    • @2hu_, no I don't know why he put the tree there. All I know is that he did. I know because of Adam and Eves sin evil was brought into the world and that is why we deserve Hell. I am evil and only with God am I good. That is my answer.
      0987612345_2015 3 aug 2014
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    • @2hu_, honestly I don't know all of the answers. I never have and I never will. I don't understand Gods reasoning but then again no one does. I'm not going to pretend to know everything about God and the Bible because I don't. I research and when the answers run out all I have is faith. That's it.
      0987612345_2015 3 aug 2014
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, reach in the first place
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, Imagine I put a hot iron on the floor next to a toddler. I tell the toddler not to touch the iron. Then I get mad when the kid gets burned. Then I throw the kid out of my house for disobeying me. What seems more logical, punishing the curious toddler or not putting the iron in
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, was talking to eve
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    • @Daughter_of_Him, He obviously didn't forgive her because then everyone wouldn't be doomed to hell from birth. If he didn't want her to eat from the tree he shouldn't have put the tree there in the first place. He knew what would happen if he did. He also could have easily intervened when the snake
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    • Has a consequence. In the same way God did forgive both Adam and Eve. He told them before they ate it that there would be consequences. They didn't listen
      0987612345_2015 2 aug 2014
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    • God did forgive her. Think of it this way: you see a parent with a child and the child does something wrong when the parent says there will be consequences when we get home. Just because the child is punished by the parent does not mean the parent does not forgive the child. Every action
      0987612345_2015 2 aug 2014
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    • Omg someone finally said it!
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    • I don't agree with any of it, but I thought it was an interesting bit of trivia
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    • @PATACON, the reason god didnt intervene was because he created Adam to protect eve. After eve eats the apple it says that Adam was there watching the snake charm eve into eating the apple.
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    • @2hu_, no I mean I would be mad if someone took my food, not talkin bout if God needs to eat
      Parzival 1 aug 2014
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    • Holy shit this is so true
      AIlen 1 aug 2014
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    • I wouldn't punish everyone else for it though
      Parzival 1 aug 2014
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    • I would be mad if someone ate my food too
      Parzival 1 aug 2014
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