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By Ben - / Monday 25 January 2010 03:31 / United States
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  jpest17  |  5

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  Pigganon  |  0

That was a pretty cool mustache when Charlie Chaplin wore it. Then Adolph had to come around with his "Heil Me"s, and his "I'm not fond of Jews", and who could forget that one time when he just ate a baby? He brought shame and stigma to that mustache. Now if I ever get that mustache, I shall face dirty looks in the street and possible discrimination. At least the skinheads would like me. Wait... That's actually not good. Either way, my point stands.

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  null_fml  |  11

Some book some dude wrote said he existed. After all, "some book some dude wrote" is pretty much the basis of all history that we take for granted as being true, anyway.

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  iPirate  |  0

Some people didn't just have books written about them 70 years after their death, but had people write about them during their life, and had statues to them too.

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  null_fml  |  11

Different books, same point. None of us witnessed Jesus just as none of us witnessed Lincoln's inauguration. Our basis of history is on the words of people who came before us. It is just as subject to their interpretation, perception, and bias.

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  nadsm  |  0

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  ellness  |  0

@187 just because you feel love doesn't mean it exists. that doesn't mean that love isn't real. everyone believes in love right? and it's not something we can see. same thing with Jesus but not everyone believes in him.

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  nadsm  |  0

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  jpest17  |  5

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  rjrudman  |  0

#214, you sure have a way of twisting the truth to fit your needs. I won't even start on your statement that theists are more intelligent than atheists, as that's total bullshit. Secondly, love IS a chemical reaction, chemicals aren't the result of love. If ther were, what causes love? Don't give me some supernatural response, anything and everything can be determined by scientific explanation.

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  nadsm  |  0

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  mps1969  |  7

WOW "Idiot" Nice I think those are the exact kind of words Jesus would've used in the bible . You next to check yourself son before you prove us right .

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  mps1969  |  7

#178 you assume too much plus my sarcasm doesn't translate on the internet to well . But your love really does show so well with the venom you spew you sure you don't handle serpents ?

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  rjrudman  |  0

No, but you implied it. And those results can be interpreted in a variety of ways. Does religion heighten one's social aspect of the brain, or does an increased social aspect of the brain mean that person needs to find something, anything, to fill that 'social void'?

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Actually, 198, it is an interesting fact that the hormones that cause us to feel love, and all other emotions, can actually be detected, measured, seen and recorded. You can do none of these things with the presence of Jesus or jesuses love.

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  rjrudman  |  0

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  fireandice27  |  0

I'm a committed and devout Catholic. I believe in God and Jesus and the whole deal (and evolution too... I believe that God directed evolution as Adam and Eve were Hebrew poetic myth). BUT I don't feel I need to prove my faith and my beliefs to you or any who would seek to deny the truth. I believe in God, and it would be nice if people would respect that and not try to tear my religion down because it challenges them to love one another and be kind, because unfortunately it seems to be too much to ask of them. You may not believe in God, but it's no reason to argue with other people and bring them down to make yourself feel better. I have faith and I have hope, and I am challenged daily to help others - and I'm happy with that.

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  Zimonada  |  8

@198 Love isn't a person. If you're schizophrenic, you wouldn't talk to "love". It's a feeling. However, schizophrenics would believe Jesus to be a person (possibly).

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  nadsm  |  0

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