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Hello,

I wrote a thread on TG Baker's death last year and how upon his death he instantly woke up in hell in perpetual pain and torture

I'm assuming somebody, I won't say any names like Sapient or anybody censored me lol. I thought atheists are into that kind of thing.

Basically what happen is that the conscience of the pagan and the wicked evil pagans on this site had a personal nerve via Romans 1:18.

Anyway, hypocrisy once again at its highest in the allies of the filthy and the death of all thought, all life, and all civilization.

Respectfully,

Jean Chauvin (Jude 3).

A Rational Christian of Intelligence (rare)with a valid and sound justification for my epistemology and a logical refutation for those with logical fallacies and false worldviews upon their normative of thinking in retrospect to objective normative(s). This is only understood via the imago dei in which we all are.

Respectfully,

Jean Chauvin (Jude 3).


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FurryCatHerder wrote:

harleysportster wrote:

I must have missed the last one. I have been on here since October of 2010, but was away for a long time when I had my motorcycle injury.

You better NOT have injured a motorcycle.

G-d can't be defined.  To define G-d is to limit G-d.  To limit G-d is to deny that G-d is G-d.

That's all I have to say on the subject of G-d.

 

Nope, the bike was repairable.  Smiling  Looks  as good as new. I would post a pic on here, but I have an ancient cellphone with no camera and haven't a clue as to how to use my girlfriend's digital camera nor do I know how to upload one to the internet. I am a whole lot more technologically challenged than I care to admit. 

In regards to the last couple of sentences, is that why you use the word g-d ? To demonstrate something that can not be defined ? Or is there another reason ? I've never seen that used before and was just wondering. 

 

LOL, to answer your question, I will quote a previous post Smiling

"Oh Harley, you have no idea what you have done.  If only I could have snatched your keypad away from you in time.

The last time this happened it went on for 2 threads, 197 posts, and some of the worse discussions humanity has ever offered up. I still have teeth marks from where I tried to take a big bite out of my arm  Very Sad"

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Ktulu wrote: "Oh Harley,

Ktulu wrote:

 

"Oh Harley, you have no idea what you have done.  If only I could have snatched your keypad away from you in time.

The last time this happened it went on for 2 threads, 197 posts, and some of the worse discussions humanity has ever offered up. I still have teeth marks from where I tried to take a big bite out of my arm  Very Sad"

Damn. That's twice in a row. 

Good thing I am not in one of my favorite biker bars and on an Internet forum.  Two strikes in one of those and you might find yourself flying out the front door with two hands on your shoulders and a steel toe boot up the ass. 

 

“It is proof of a base and low mind for one to wish to think with the masses or majority, merely because the majority is the majority. Truth does not change because it is, or is not, believed by a majority of the people.”
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Nope, the bike was repairable.  Smiling  Looks  as good as new. I would post a pic on here, but I have an ancient cellphone with no camera and haven't a clue as to how to use my girlfriend's digital camera nor do I know how to upload one to the internet. I am a whole lot more technologically challenged than I care to admit. 

 

 

     Well how about describing your Sportster ?  Is it bone stock ?  massively customized ?   somewhere in between ?  What model year is it ?  

  The only street bike I even have riding access to is a friend's '68 Ironhead Sportster.   It's all black, peanut tank, kick start only ( no battery )  baby apes, no turn signals, right side foot shift, drum brakes front and back that are only good for scaring your self, rebuilt top-end, spoke wheels...you get the picture.

 

  What are you riding ?  I'm always interested in topics like this.

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Forum Threads are like a box of chocolates . . . .

re  ::  Forum Threads are like a box of chocolates (Gump movie quote) . .  . .

harleysportster wrote:

Ktulu wrote:

 

"Oh Harley, you have no idea what you have done.  If only I could have snatched your keypad away from you in time.

The last time this happened it went on for 2 threads, 197 posts, and some of the worse discussions humanity has ever offered up. I still have teeth marks from where I tried to take a big bite out of my arm  Very Sad"

Damn. That's twice in a row. 

Good thing I am not in one of my favorite biker bars and on an Internet forum.  Two strikes in one of those and you might find yourself flying out the front door with two hands on your shoulders and a steel toe boot up the ass. 

 

  The irony is no one even made  nada of your remarks (original remarks),  as of yet; it ignited NOTHING WHATSOEVER. 

 


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     Well how about describing your Sportster ?  Is it bone stock ?  massively customized ?   somewhere in between ?  What model year is it ?  

  The only street bike I even have riding access to is a friend's '68 Ironhead Sportster.   It's all black, peanut tank, kick start only ( no battery )  baby apes, no turn signals, right side foot shift, drum brakes front and back that are only good for scaring your self, rebuilt top-end, spoke wheels...you get the picture.

 

  What are you riding ?  I'm always interested in topics like this.

 

Man, I would LOVE to try out that old 68 Ironhead ! Earliest model that I ever owned was an old 1976 Shovelhead. Hehe, there is this one guy in the Outlaws that everyone calls "Panhead Charlie".  When I first met him, he took one look at that 76 and said " SHOVELHEADS ! I FUCKING HATE SHOVELHEADS ! ," 

He still rides an old 60's model Panhead. 

I currently ride a 1998 Sportster. ( I wasn't lucky enough to get one of the ones that had the 95th anniversary logo on it, for that model). But it's a five speed, V2 four stroke, , air cooling system, belt transmission.  It too, is all black. No windshield. I have thought about putting one on, but have never gotten around to it.  It still has that vintage type look to it. But alot of the older bikers that I know do not have a whole lot of use for Evos ( even though Evos ride for a long time and are not so hard on the bones). However, some of the guys have told me that back in the 80's, when they were all saying " Hear no Evo, See no Evo and Speak no Evo, that they have since broken down and bought Evos. 

I still like Shovelheads. Problem is, when riding one for more than ten hours, chances are, your gonna be beside the road with a wrench and knees in oil. 

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harleysportster wrote: Man,

harleysportster wrote:

 

Man, I would LOVE to try out that old 68 Ironhead !

It's definitely a bar hopper kind of bike.  A very physical experience. The vibration makes my hands go numb if I take it out on the highway for too long.

 

harleysportster wrote:
Earliest model that I ever owned was an old 1976 Shovelhead. Hehe, there is this one guy in the Outlaws that everyone calls "Panhead Charlie".  When I first met him, he took one look at that 76 and said " SHOVELHEADS ! I FUCKING HATE SHOVELHEADS ! ,"

 

Well to each his own regarding particular motors.   When I was 25 years old I had a friend who bought a brand new Harley Sturgis.  That would have been 1984 and the last year Harley made the Shovelhead ( I think ? ).  Anyway, the Sturgis was quite a novelty back then with it's "weird" belt final drive.   It was weird to me, but I was hard into dirt bikes so I only thought in terms of chains, he he.

 

harleysportster wrote:
  He still rides an old 60's model Panhead.

 

  I like the look of a Panhead engine.  Have you ever come across a bike with a Pan / Shovel motor ?   ( Panhead cases mated to a Shovelhead top end )   I've seen one at a big bike gathering once an occasionally some of the bike mags will carry an article about one. It pretty cool in an unusual way.

                                                          

 

harletsporster wrote:
I currently ride a 1998 Sportster.

 

I'm going to go and Google that year's Sporster for pics and info.

 

harleysportster wrote:
..( I wasn't lucky enough to get one of the ones that had the 95th anniversary logo on it, for that model). But it's a five speed, V2 four stroke, , air cooling system, belt transmission.  It too, is all black. No windshield. I have thought about putting one on, but have never gotten around to it.  It still has that vintage type look to it.

 

Sounds like a nice bike, ...better than what I've got ( which is nothing. )

 

harleysporster wrote:
...But alot of the older bikers that I know do not have a whole lot of use for Evos ( even though Evos ride for a long time and are not so hard on the bones). However, some of the guys have told me that back in the 80's, when they were all saying " Hear no Evo, See no Evo and Speak no Evo, that they have since broken down and bought Evos.

 

  Some guys are tradionalists.  They don't like change.  My dad rode the BMW air cooled flat twins for years but when BMW came out with the water cooled 3 and 4 cylinder  "K" motor he went right out and bought one ( but still always kept a twin cylinder bike, anyway. )

 

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I still like Shovelheads. Problem is, when riding one for more than ten hours, chances are, your gonna be beside the road with a wrench and knees in oil.

 

 

Hmmm, speaking of Shovelheads did you know that S&S motors bought a smaller company that was producing licensed repo's of Harley Knuckleheads, Panheads and Shovelheads ?  I read about it in Cycle Source but they have supposedly refined the original motor designs to mitigate their engineering shortcomings without actually deviating from the original specs too much.  Maybe the "new" Shovelheads are less maintenance intensive ?  

 

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You better NOT have injured a motorcycle.

G-d can't be defined.  To define G-d is to limit G-d.  To limit G-d is to deny that G-d is G-d.

That's all I have to say on the subject of G-d.

Nope, the bike was repairable.  Smiling  Looks  as good as new. I would post a pic on here, but I have an ancient cellphone with no camera and haven't a clue as to how to use my girlfriend's digital camera nor do I know how to upload one to the internet. I am a whole lot more technologically challenged than I care to admit. 

In regards to the last couple of sentences, is that why you use the word g-d ? To demonstrate something that can not be defined ? Or is there another reason ? I've never seen that used before and was just wondering. 

Glad to hear you didn't commit that particular unpardonable sin.

I used to just say that it's a sin to use G-d's name in vain, so that's why I do it.  Not that G-d's name is "God".  Just saying.

Then Arab Spring was kind enough to provide a better example.  Jean Chauvin, asshat extraordinaire, provides another.

Ever noticed how in all the video footage coming out of Arab Spring, all the people with guns, regardless of which side they are on, constantly shout "Allah hu Akbar!"?  And how asshats like Jean Chauvin presume to speak for G-d?

I do that to remind myself that G-d (l'havdil -- which means "to separate from", as in, separating the concept of G-d from what comes next ...) is not my pet monkey.  G-d is not a puppet I keep on a string.  And G-d is not an excuse I get to use for shooting people or treating them like crap.

To use G-d's name is to speak =in= G-d's name.  To say "Allah hu Akbar!", just prior to killing someone with an AK-47 or RPG, or to spew forth venomous hatred in the name of Jesus (one of their three gods ...), as in the case of Jean Chauvin, is to place G-d (l'havdil) on a string.  To deny that G-d is the Sovereign of the entire Universe.  To make ones =self= the ruler of G-d.

"Obviously I'm convinced of the existence of G-d. I'm equally convinced that Atheists who've led good lives will be in Olam HaBa going "How the heck did I wind up in this place?!?" while Christians who've treated people like dirt will be in some other place asking the exact same question."


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harleysportster wrote:

I must have missed the last one. I have been on here since October of 2010, but was away for a long time when I had my motorcycle injury.

You better NOT have injured a motorcycle.

G-d can't be defined.  To define G-d is to limit G-d.  To limit G-d is to deny that G-d is G-d.

That's all I have to say on the subject of G-d.

If you study your book carefully you'll find God as people. In a war with the Philistens it records --and god pursued the Philistenes etc. They were being pursued by the Israelites. In this case God=Israel. The ten commandments are to construct a society as all laws basically do. Being that the the ten regulates "People" then God is social forces, as law is force. Being that the male was dominant God was given a male title/reference--as---"he". God is neither male nor female, the bodies are male and female. God is the spiritual entity of the person.

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JEAN dude comeon

your a troll plain and simple geez man why bother going to an atheist forum if your just going to verbally condemm everyone to hell... your arguments are as resonable as a screen door on a submarine. are you that bored? have you no life?

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This message is for Jean Chauvin.

We posted this article at our website www.truthiswhatmatters.com this week. We as theists are particularly disturbed by the choice that you seem to be making in your presentation of the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.  The word "gospel" means good news. The joy of the Lord is the strength of the disciple of Christ. The disciple of Christ is instructed to manifest Christ to the world around him (Read John 14) this is done by having the Holy Spirit dwell in you forever, followed by reading and obeying the word of God which will result in others seeing Christ in your loving manner as an ambassador (2 Cor 5) of Christ. As disciples we are also instructed not to grieve the Holy Spirit (Eph 4.30) You cause the Holy Spirit Greif and sorrow if you disobey his prompting in you. His prompting is to assist you to read the word, obey it and manifest Chrsit to others in your life. Many Chrisitians who are not disciples fail to manifest Christ unfortunately.  We would like to see you become one that manifests our God and Saviour Jesus Christ.

"God our Saviour desires that all men might be saved and come to the knowledge of truth."

I share the same facts as you do in ministry as when you talk about light you must contrast this with darkness, when you talk about death you must contrast this with life, when you talk about heaven you must mention there is a hell. But there is a joyful way to present these things that demonstrates that you are a loving person. The first think I recommend that you should know is that the Atheist community has its own form of being a loving community to its members. You are asking these folks to take a chance to join your loving community. Your approach should be like Christ's approach in sharing the good news about God's love. You should love these folks so much that you would lay down your life for them willing as Jesus instructed you to do. "Pick up your cross and follow me" means be willing to die for what you believe.  "Turn the other cheek also means that."

Please read the following article. It speaks volumes about what happens with two very different approaches to presenting Christianity. Please adjust your methods to come in line with the discipline that Christ requires from you.

 

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4000 Tracts Quietly Seeded at Muslim Festival July 2012

This year, the Arab International Festival in Dearborn, Michigan was again targeted by two types of Christians. And the news media picked up both stories. In one, Christian “protesters” charged in waving confronting signs and placards and carrying a pig’s head on a pole. The other was Tim Berends, a six-foot-tall guy wearing a warm smile and a I-(heart)-Muslims T-shirt. While the “protesters” were ducking rocks and bottles, Tim quietly moved through the crowds handing out Chick tracts to booth keepers and spectators alike. By the end of the 3-day festival, that attracted over 300,000 attendees, he had salted 4000 copies of the tract, Unforgiven into the hands of mostly Muslim people. The T-shirt, with “John 9:35-38” on the back, attracted much attention with some Muslims asking where they could get one. Tim would walk against the flow greeting people with a smile and the Arab greeting, “As-Salamu Alaykum (pronounced, aah suh laah mu aah lay kum) which means “peace be upon you” and hand them a tract. Often a family would approach and the father would ignore Tim but, behind her husband’s back, the wife would reach for the tract. One young lady demanded why he was there trying to cram the Bible down their throat. He replied: “I truly believe in heaven and I truly believe in hell. I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t believe that Jesus said, ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh to the Father but by me.’ But I love Muslims and want them to come to trust Jesus.” This “soft answer” turned away her “wrath” and she wandered off. The group of Christians who wore T-shirts and carried signs with scriptures immediately drew a hostile crowd. When the crowd got unruly, they requested police protection and were told there were not enough officers available. The crowd became abusive, shouting profanities and throwing rocks, bottles, and eggs. Eventually the Christians were escorted out and threatened with citations for “disorderly conduct.” Last year, Tim used the same quiet, unobtrusive technique to distribute 1800 tracts at the festival while the same group used confrontation and met with similar resistance. Tim demonstrated that sometimes it is better to be “wise as serpents and harmless as doves.”

 

(Click here for rest of article –> http://www.chick.com/articles/tracts_quietly_seeded.asp)

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Whitefox wrote: Quote:4000

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4000 Tracts Quietly Seeded at Muslim Festival July 2012

This year, the Arab International Festival in Dearborn, Michigan was again targeted by two types of Christians. And the news media picked up both stories. In one, Christian “protesters” charged in waving confronting signs and placards and carrying a pig’s head on a pole. The other was Tim Berends, a six-foot-tall guy wearing a warm smile and a I-(heart)-Muslims T-shirt. While the “protesters” were ducking rocks and bottles, Tim quietly moved through the crowds handing out Chick tracts to booth keepers and spectators alike. By the end of the 3-day festival, that attracted over 300,000 attendees, he had salted 4000 copies of the tract, Unforgiven into the hands of mostly Muslim people. The T-shirt, with “John 9:35-38” on the back, attracted much attention with some Muslims asking where they could get one. Tim would walk against the flow greeting people with a smile and the Arab greeting, “As-Salamu Alaykum (pronounced, aah suh laah mu aah lay kum) which means “peace be upon you” and hand them a tract. Often a family would approach and the father would ignore Tim but, behind her husband’s back, the wife would reach for the tract. One young lady demanded why he was there trying to cram the Bible down their throat. He replied: “I truly believe in heaven and I truly believe in hell. I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t believe that Jesus said, ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh to the Father but by me.’ But I love Muslims and want them to come to trust Jesus.” This “soft answer” turned away her “wrath” and she wandered off. The group of Christians who wore T-shirts and carried signs with scriptures immediately drew a hostile crowd. When the crowd got unruly, they requested police protection and were told there were not enough officers available. The crowd became abusive, shouting profanities and throwing rocks, bottles, and eggs. Eventually the Christians were escorted out and threatened with citations for “disorderly conduct.” Last year, Tim used the same quiet, unobtrusive technique to distribute 1800 tracts at the festival while the same group used confrontation and met with similar resistance. Tim demonstrated that sometimes it is better to be “wise as serpents and harmless as doves.”

 

(Click here for rest of article –> http://www.chick.com/articles/tracts_quietly_seeded.asp)

lol  he must've been pretty selective in which chick tract he used if he was viewed as "gentle," since chick tracts are some of the most hateful, bilious, and just plain nutty, conspiracy theory-spouting literature on the planet.  seriously, it's like a fundy rewrote the illuminatus! trilogy.

i would have liked to have seen the reaction had he handed out chick's comic book about how islam got started.  not only does it portray muhammad visually, but it's impossible to tally up the number of blasphemies it contains according to most muslim standards.

it's actually pretty entertaining too, as fantasy (or rather a fantasy based on a fantasy).  i love chick tracts, for the same reason i love flannery o'connor.  the grotesquery is delicious.

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The one I'm using now it's covered up
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iwbiek wrote: lol  he

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lol  he must've been pretty selective in which chick tract he used if he was viewed as "gentle," since chick tracts are some of the most hateful, bilious, and just plain nutty, conspiracy theory-spouting literature on the planet.  seriously, it's like a fundy rewrote the illuminatus! trilogy.

i would have liked to have seen the reaction had he handed out chick's comic book about how islam got started.  not only does it portray muhammad visually, but it's impossible to tally up the number of blasphemies it contains according to most muslim standards.

it's actually pretty entertaining too, as fantasy (or rather a fantasy based on a fantasy).  i love chick tracts, for the same reason i love flannery o'connor.  the grotesquery is delicious.

I gotta agree with you there. Chick tracts have probably helped more fence stragglers hop on over to the Atheist side, than Richard Dawkins could have.

I have seen some of chick's tracts, I view him as a sick twisted fuck, but that is just my opinion.

Hehe. I happen to like Flannery O'Connor as well. What was the name of that one story where the travelling bible salesman stole the woman's wooden leg ? Only Flannery could have written something like that.

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harleysportster wrote:Hehe.

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Hehe. I happen to like Flannery O'Connor as well. What was the name of that one story where the travelling bible salesman stole the woman's wooden leg ? Only Flannery could have written something like that.

that would be "good country people."  i'm an enormous o'connor fan.  i have a volume of her complete works from the library of america that i got for an o'connor course my senior year of college.  i've read it cover-to-cover twice.  it even includes her letters, which are just as interesting as her stories.  like jack chick, she was motivated by a desire to convert people--in her case, to roman catholicism--however, her method was shocking people out of their existential complacency (a very rinzai zen method, that).

that course i took was a purely what-the-hell elective, and it's one of the best decisions i ever made.  we even visited savannah and milledgeville, where she was born and lived, respectively.  of course, we spent most of that trip in a drunken fog.  man, it was great!  i remember sleeping on the floor of one of my classmate's hotel rooms because my asshole roommate had barfed everywhere, smelling up the room something awful.  it was four in the morning, i was lying on that floor waiting for sweet oblivion, sipping from a fifth of scoresby, and the dude exclaims, not without admiration, "chris, you're still drinkin'?"  those are the moments one remembers. 

"I asked my father,
I said, 'Father change my name.'
The one I'm using now it's covered up
with fear and filth and cowardice and shame."
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God does not like Arrogant people (hmmm I read somewhere)

  Thanks WhiteFox .. I hope this is very very informative:

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  ..this is done by having the Holy Spirit dwell in you forever, followed by reading and obeying the word of God which will result in others seeing Christ in your loving manner as an ambassador (2 Cor 5) of Christ. As disciples we are also instructed not to grieve the Holy Spirit (Eph 4.30) You cause the Holy Spirit Grief and sorrow if you disobey his prompting in you. His prompting is to assist you to read the word, obey it and manifest Christ to others in your life.

We can all gain a  better understanding  of what is expected from anyone who names the name of Christ . . .

 


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You better NOT have injured a motorcycle.

G-d can't be defined.  To define G-d is to limit G-d.  To limit G-d is to deny that G-d is G-d.

That's all I have to say on the subject of G-d.

No definition -> no existence.

That's all I have to say on the subject of G-d.