Goodbye sweet heart…

You gotta love the source material for fresh ideas when blogging. I believe it was Napoleon B. who said: ‘Men deserve the contempt in which they inspire me,’ so keep this in mind when I refer you to a past post with state-of-the-art comments.

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So I  asked people to disprove that God is very good as described in Genesis chapters 1 and 2.  I asked for challengers to find fault with the narrative. There were suggestions presented, but of course, no proof; fortunately many agreed that the account is perfect, that God is indeed good, as detailed through creation.

But representing the godless, who dared to twist the lips, we have this assessment of the Creator as it regards the 1st and 2nd of Genesis:

But, hey, I’ll play your game.

As per your request: Fire has always burned flesh and water has always drowned babies.

To this I say hmmm.  The sun which provides the light of day, which gives heat to they who are cold, which gives vitamins to vegetation, which delights man, which gives an umbrella for all things living, this sun, is merely fire which has always burned flesh. 

And this water. Water which quenches the thirsty, this water which grows tomatoes and strawberries, this water which refreshes the labor of man, this water which is the conduit for sea transportation, this water which as the babbling brook sings notes of excellence to the ear, this water which preaches Creator, yeah, this water has always drowned babies.

Well might a man curse the rose-bush because of its thorns, or curse the summer because of heat, or curse the winter because of snow.  The good lady insanitybytes22 said recently that the pain and suffering of childbirth is an elation worthy of motherhood. Scripture agrees that the pain is short-lived and immediately irrelevant when the mother holds her newborn. There is this thing called context, which when appreciated, gives an understanding to all of life.

Light, and dark. A time to work and a time to sleep. The night is not evil, and while fire and water have their hazards, they also have their wonderful blessings. I see blessing in Genesis, and I see a good God above all. You see an evil maniac? I suggest you do an inventory of your own heart.

The day the music died was not the death of Morrison, Joplin, or Valens,  but was the day men said: ‘there is no God,’ for such language as fire burning flesh and babies being drowned, simply proves the waywardness and bent of the human heart, a heart which at whatever cost, will not hear the music of the night.

IF a person is honest, it is impossible to read of flesh burning and babies drowning in God’s account of creation. Do you hear? IMPOSSIBLE to a heart that is honest, and a heart that does not have a biased agenda.

I will point out the utter wickedness of such an idea that God is evil, and that His creation is evil, every  s.i.n.g.l.e  time.  Now consider this timely word from God’s word:

With the pure, thou wilt shew thyself pure; and with the froward, thou wilt shew thyself froward.

The last thing I would ever think of is the fact that fire burns flesh, and water drowns babies……..after reading Genesis chapters 1 and 2. Yet, this is the FIRST thing others think of? Now then, does this revelation of the human heart speak more to God’s disposition, or man’s?  Be honest if you dare.

Let every mouth be stopped, and the whole world guilty before God. Oh, that men would turn the page of their hearts, and taste the grace of God. Why not trade in the deceptive and godless heart which masquerades as a sweet heart for a clean one. It’s only natural.

(P.S. It’s been said and agreed upon by others that I ‘should not have any contact with children………’  Said so many times by the godless minds who have ejected God from His own creation and rejected plain truth. Can you not see why it is necessary to speak out against such overt ignorance and pretended intellect?)

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67 Responses to Goodbye sweet heart…

  1. john zande says:

    Yes, fire and water have wonderful benefits. They also drown babies and burn flesh.

    And with that, your challenge was answered.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Maybe the challenge was answered jz, but you have not proved the scriptural narrative faulty in the least. There is no weakness in the text.

      In this, God and His word are secure and steadfast, and lose no lustre regardless.

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      • john zande says:

        Your challenge, John, was to show that those specified passages demonstrated nothing a faultlessly good creator.

        The challenge was easily answered, and your assumption shown to be false.

        And I can go on. Water, the absence of it, produces thirst. Is thirst good? Dehydration? Draught?

        And nice straw man, issuing a challenge to find the “bad”, then accusing me (and others) of seeing only the bad.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I used the term ‘broken record’ elsewhere, here it is again. You may have answered as I agreed. But your ‘answer’ is rejected by the very book you make your appeal to.

          There is NO hint of God, as recorded in the first and second of Genesis, as being anything other than good. This is the incontrovertible fact of the narrative. You may not like it, you may not believe it, but it does not change the text.

          Kind of hard to find fault with the sun, moon, stars, animal life, sea life, and the introduction of man. But truth be told, you found fault, not because there IS fault, but because you want there to be fault. Sorry john, scripture itself repudiates such ideas.

          And you should know too, you are not the only one who has come up short in finding defects in Genesis 1 and 2. Many a man’s bias has been slain by the sharp edge of truth.

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        • john zande says:

          This is the incontrovertible fact of the narrative.

          No, it is not… or are you denying that water drowns babies, leads to thirst and draughts?

          Kind of hard to find fault with the sun, moon, stars, animal life, sea life, and the introduction of man.

          Sun ‘light’ causes cancer, solar flares cause massive biological damage. The moon, for almost 3 billion years caused enormous tides, which is one reason why life on land did not emerge until about 450 million years ago. The sun is a star. Animal life in healthy ecosystems enjoy an evolving, sickening maelstrom of increasingly concentrated predation, fear, disease, parasitism, thirst, hunger, starvation, sexual frustration, intraspecific aggression, ostracism, neuroses, complex and not-so complex phobias, and doggedly relentless decay. Sea life has fluctuated according to oxygenation and temperatures… What’s good for some is terrible for others. Man? Oh, yes, man has been wonderful for the planet.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          -johnz

          You are doing a poor job of trying to find fault in Genesis chapters one and two.

          You cannot do it. Sorry.

          And by the way, the Genesis account also puts to bed your idea that the earth is a by product of the sun. No.

          The earth was created BEFORE the sun. Were you aware of this? Put that in your pipe and smoke it.

          I will agree though that man has not been a good steward of this earth. Not God’s fault.

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        • john zande says:

          My idea that the earth is a by product of the sun?

          Oh yes, do please show me where I said anything even remotely akin to this absurd statement…

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Sure you said john. You said it by inference and consistently providing the wrong information as to the beginning of all that is.

          So why would it be absurd? If your 13 plus something billion years was ‘accidental,’ you may as well say it.

          I said scripture presents the earth as made by design. FIRST.

          Your ‘accident’ proves chaos so it does not matter as to order or design, since accidents do not orchestrate purpose or goodness.

          Ever seen a good trainwreck? Your godless sun is nothing but a trainwreck. sorry to put words in your mouth, but this is your own absurdity.

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        • john zande says:

          Ah, I see… You just made something up and pretended I said it.

          Got it. Thanks.

          Keep up the good work building those straw men dolls that you can play with.

          And perhaps you should look up “stellar nebular” …

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I made something up? too funny jz.

          Your 13bazillions and billions and trillions and trillions ala Carl Sagan is the creme of the crop. 😉

          Surely even you can appreciate the liberty of sarcasm.

          At least I have a sure foundation.

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        • john zande says:

          I made something up? too funny jz.

          Show me, then, where I said anything alsong the lines of My idea that the earth is a by product of the sun

          I look forward to seeing this…

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Answer your own concern john.

          Which came first, the accidental sun, or the accidental earth?

          Thus will you see my observation is entirely correct as to your nonsense.

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        • john zande says:

          In the future, John, don’t put words in people’s mouths. It might save you the embarrassment of looking like an utter fool, as you are here.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Ah but sir, I admitted the sarcasm!

          As it is though, you do not have a leg to stand on, either with the previous post/challenge, and now this,

          According to you, any waste by product (per your accidental creation and admitted world view of evil) would necessarily be connected to other ‘waste products. And without design or order, the obvious conclusion is waste.

          The fact that this troubles you proves your view of Creation is out to lunch, and you know it.

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        • john zande says:

          Your ignorance is astonishing.

          Do you like oxygen? It’s the waste product of cyanobacteria.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I swear you should take this comic act on the road.

          How you continually steer your rusty old car without wheels or an engine into the weeds is a pure marvel.

          Look at where you end up after supposedly reading 2 posts now, that demonstrate the goodness of God.

          Only in your world is ‘waste’ irrelevant. I’ll take the breath of life thank you sir.

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        • john zande says:

          Good for you… Just try not to think about the fact that you’re sucking in cyanobacteria faeces.

          And carbon, which your body is constructed from, it’s the waste product left over from helium fusion. And the helium, it’s the waste product left over from hydrogen fusion. Want to know what the waste product that’s left after the fusion of carbon atoms in the core of a star?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Quite the dilemma you gobble up for yourself there john. Believing in things supposedly ‘billions and billions of years old,’ having zero proof but plenty of assumptions; meanwhile, things that happened 2 thousand years ago, have conveniently escaped your radar, with proof staring you in the face, you choose to believe not word of it.

          Must be a bitch to wake up and decide what reality you want to believe. And btw, you still have never answered: Don’t you enjoy the fact that the earth was existent, and stationary…………before the sun was made? Please do not cite your ‘billions’ of constructed paper mache ideas either.

          No evil needed either!

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        • john zande says:

          What reality to believe in? Well, cyanobacteria are a species which you can study today, John… and see for yourself their metabolism.

          And are you truly admitting you don’t know about atomic fusion? Are you truly saying you don’t know where the periodic table comes from?

          That’s just sad.

          Then again, you do believe the earth is flat, don’t you?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          What reality?

          The reality of which and in which these posts speak. That God is good, and His creation very good even.

          And that His word is magnified above His own name.

          How many times do I need to repeat myself?

          God created days, nights, years, john, not you or your friends. Or me or my friends.

          As to your other……..railroad tracks john. Railroad tracks. Spirit levels. Plumb bobs. Sea captains. Cartography. Compasses. True science.

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  2. Aliearia03 says:

    Beautifully written..poetry in the heart. Thank you for sharing

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  3. Well stated. We really do need to speak up and speak out because in the absence of God we people do indeed plunge into some dark places. I do not want to live in a culture where people see fire and water and think of drowning babies and searing flesh. Absent God defined goodness however, there really is no moral argument against either of those things.

    All people who see God as evil have done is re-imagined our Creator in their own shattered image and rejected Him. Perhaps as one should, because that sure isn’t the nature of our Creator. God is whole, it is us who are broken. I’m always fascinated by the lengths people will go to try to rational-lies that truth away. We are broken. God knows right where He is. Just get that one piece right and the rest will all fall into place. 🙂

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Of course you are correct. lol

      It’s kinda hard to see evil when all was pronounced ‘very good.’ And yes, we will not cease to preach or teach, both the Creator, and the revelation of Him through the person of the Lord Jesus Christ.

      (and here you are once again in spamland, don’t ask me why.)

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  4. Tricia says:

    Really thoughtful post ColorStorm on a subject that unfortunately will never go away. You and I have discussed before the the concept of a “rotten heart” and how the outward behavior of someone who has one makes it so obvious how empty and dead their atheist beliefs are. It colors everything they think and say, which makes assigning evil intent to a God they don’t believe in a natural outcome.

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    • Arkenaten says:

      How are ”atheist beliefs”, dead?
      I for one have a smashing life, a great family, thriving business, lovely home, lots of sunshine and smiles, great pets, great friends.

      Most of the close people I know or associate with have little or no belief on the supernatural stuff you cling to.

      Tell me exactly why I or any of my family and friends need this Hebrew god you genuflect to?
      The rotten heart is the religious one that condemns non believers and perpetuates the heinous nonsense called hell, terrorizing children and adults alike.
      Having read the bible Yahweh is nothing but a genocidal monster.
      Why on earth do you waste your life worshiping such nonsense for?

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      • Tricia says:

        It’s not for me to tell you what you do or do not need Ark. I can say though that the exterior measure of a man’s life has nothing to do with the shape of his heart. That comes out in day to day interactions with people and how life’s events are responded to. Easy to tell at that point who follows an empty belief system, whether they call themselves Christian or Atheist.

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        • Arkenaten says:

          If my day to day interactions with people: family and business, were not indications of the ‘shape of my hart” then I would not likely have the life I do.

          Most christian converts I have come into contact with usually suffer from chronic guilt, some form of addiction, usually drugs or booze or such like. A few have stated they were suicidal – disingenuous apologist Ravi Zachariah comes to mind, and other debilitating psychological problems seem run of the mill.

          To date, every single deconvert, without exception that I have encountered has stated that leaving Christianity was the best they did for their life, including one or two full on ministers.

          Christianity is so diverse that no two sects can agree on which is the correct path to your god.
          Many sects, indoctrinate the heinous doctrine of Hell into small children as literal, often causing life-long trauma. There is even a book written by a fundamentalist minister that stipulates how crucial it is to teach children they will burn in Hell if not ”saved”.

          The US prison system is made up of predominantly Christian, and most were Christians before they were goaled.

          The highest rates of divorce in the US are among fundamental Christians.
          And there are a myriad of stats that paint a rather bleak picture.

          So please, I implore you, tell me what exactly is an ”empty belief system”?

          Ark

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        • ColorStorm says:

          (Sorry trish, but I have to add two cents.) Do feel free to add your own daylight. 😉

          ‘Guilt , drugs, booze?’ Uh sorry, no.

          And Mr Zacharias cleans your clock in intellect. He has never lost an argument with an atheist.

          And neither trish nor I ‘preach or teach hell to children’ so stop the lying nonsense.

          And your ’empty belief system?’ Ha. At least we give God the courtesy for His creation, as opposed to you and such who think that flesh, blood, and bones are mere acts of cosmic serendipity.

          Empty belief system in this case, is far too kind.

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        • Arkenaten says:

          Zacharias is not an honest man and he was not above board about his supposed academical positions and qualifications.
          He has also stated he was suicidal at one point and this was one reason he turned to Christianity.
          Do the research.
          I did not say you or Tricia teach or preach Hell. Which makes you an outright liar.
          But some Christian sect s do, as noted. And there are many deconverts who were suffered the trauma of this. And you know this to be a fact.

          Evolution is not an empty belief system.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          So what ark. I know all about your opinion of him, which does not change his CONTENT one iota. As far as your ‘hell’ thing, you are talking to people here that are quite capable of defending any scriptural doctrine. So don’t mention ‘other sects.’ Period.

          Evolution is a skeleton that is boneless apart from truth. We however, (we who know and believe the God of scripture,’ have full confidence in He who created the bones, which in turn, gives us a complete spine, and an upright understanding of He whose ways are past finding out.

          God. Above all. Unto all, and through all. He owns your next breath. You may want to thank Him. And yes, once more, it is ever and only an issue of the heart. Oh wait, the heart crawled out from under a rock and designed itself……….Geez. Some people’s kids.

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        • Arkenaten says:

          You have no clue about the origin of the Hell doctrine at all. And you could not defend it if your life depended on it.

          We were discussing this empty belief system Tricia mentioned and I am waiting for her response.
          All you are offering is your usual dose of vacuous rhetoric.
          Evolution is a fact. Even the inventors of your religion, the Catholic Church accepts it and champions it.

          You have now skipped over the Ravi Zacharias issue and hand-waved the Hell issue, once more showing you are disingenuous and somewhat dishonest.

          You seem to be willing to do anything to push your agenda without any thing but your over-inflated ego to fuel
          it.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Uh hello? I side stepped nothing. The premise of now this second post proves the utter futility of blaming evil on God, and the sheer impossibility of finding fault with God in Genesis chap. one and two.

          So yeah, once more, any attempt at ‘truth’ apart from God and His world is as Tricia pointed out, empty, and I will add vaccuous.

          It’s understandable how this is uncomfortable for the godless, but facts do not lie.

          And as a bonus thought, sir, rest assured, I know more of hell than I care to admit, but so what, at least I believe the text, unlike the carnival acts of ringleaders who believe not one word of it.

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        • Arkenaten says:

          Yet again, more nonsensical rhetoric.
          However, if you know so much about the Christian Hell as you claim then perhaps you would enlighten those who may not be quite as familiar and knowledgeable with the Bible as you are as to its origin, why the terms Hades and Gehenna are used, what they mean exactly and the differences and why the popular Christian version of Hell is nothing but a theological fantasy.
          Perhaps also you would also publicly condemn the practice of indoctrinating this heinous doctrine into small children?
          At least this would allay any suspicion some might have that you also are simply an indoctrinated fundamentalist?

          As the question of an empty belief system was not addressed t you I would be obliged if you would at least allow Tricia the opportunity to respond.
          Thanks.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          For starters ark, I’m guessing ms Tricia agrees with my premise as well. She said as much in her comments. What is the difference whether she or myself tells you the truth? Truth is truth.

          Secondly, if you do not give God the courtesy of existing, and recognize that His word is very good, it is pointless to discuss hell. Absolutely pointless since you question His very nature. There are no defects in God. Now the monsters who cut off the heads of bystanders…………and others who say God is evil, that’s your problem, not God’s.

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        • Arkenaten says:

          It matters, as I am interested in her take regarding the assertion of an empty belief system, not the rhetoric you would like to put in the mouths of other people.

          Also, I would have thought that you being au fait with the bible, hell is part and parcel of the doctrine you espouse. Is this not the case then?

          Once again, your obvious reluctance to engage honestly is a clear indication that you, in fact, have a very limited understanding of the origins of this doctrine and once more, adds to the assertion that you are nothing but an indoctrinated fundamentalist.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Ark-

          FYI. You are equally unqualified to discuss the cherubims of glory let alone the doctrine of hell which is far easier.

          I happen to be well aware of the frame of reference of they with whom I engage. And your past trails of comments are proof that my silence is a wise move.

          As for trish, sure, she will drop by I suppose when she sees fit. Bye now.

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        • Arkenaten says:

          Are you asserting that only a believer is able to discus the fallacious Christian doctrine of Hell?

          If this is correct then why do you not demonstrate to all who may believe there is any veracity to this heinous doctrine by doing a post explaining the erroneous nature of christian interpretation and explain exactly how the church came by this doctrine?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Discuss?

          Understand is completely different. You may as well ‘discuss’ thermodynamics to a canary.

          I don’t know why you can’t ‘understand’ that your cluelessness of scripture is in direct proportion to what you think of God, and that I am actually helping you by not abetting your ignorance. No insult, just the facts.

          To borrow my own words: ‘while believing NONE of it, they want answers from all of it.’

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        • Arkenaten says:

          I would never compare you to a canary.
          Although I would be quite happy to send you down a coalmine.
          The fact is the bible was composed by men.
          You state you are unwilling to engage but in truth you have shown time and again that you are, in actual fact, unable to engage on any specific topic without wallowing in flowery rhetoric to hide you obvious ignorance.

          I suspect that even one such as Tricia must occasionally shake her head when you go off like a flat earth theological xmas-cracker.
          So, come on CS, lets see you offer the lowdown on the history of the Christian doctrine of Hell.
          Just for the hell of it, eh?

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        • john zande says:

          We however, (we who know and believe the God of scripture,’ have full confidence in He who created the bones, which in turn, gives us a complete spine, and an upright understanding of He whose ways are past finding out.

          Yes, absolutely, and without bone we would never have bone marrow, and a world without bone marrow is a world without childhood leukaemia.

          Indeed, without the blood produced in the marrow there could be no aplastic or sickle cell anaemia, no thalassemia, no myelofibrosis, no myeloma, no myelodysplasia, no lymphoma, no platelet disorders, no thrombocytopenic purpura, no thrombocytosis, no haemophilia, no Von Willebrand Disease, and no hemochromatosis.

          Just so you see the actual picture

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Tkx jz, but as long as you see see that the effects of sin are a bitch. 😉

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        • john zande says:

          So, there was a time when bones could never be broken?

          And, just so I get this straight…. A three year-old girl with leukaemia deserves her leukaemia, huh?

          Interesting thought.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          John-

          Who are you to deserve anything? Would you not be happy with a week of life? A year? 10 years? A decade? A hundred years? 969 years?
          Who decides? But you ask the wrong questions jz, and avoid ten thousand answers already given.

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        • john zande says:

          You said in regards to leukemia as you see see that the effects of sin are a bitch

          So, John, does a three year-old girl with leukaemia deserve her leukaemia?

          You seem to be saying, yes.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Deserves?

          Surely you not forgetting that your little girl is a result of thousands of previous decisions, combinations of dna, etc, mixed and matched, so yeah, stuff happens.

          I have a niece who has overcome lymphoma and she was Valedictorian at a prestigious college, and has her own law firm today specializing in abused women.

          People overcome difficulties, and deal with the cards they are dealt with.

          She faults not the Creator for one second.

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        • john zande says:

          so yeah, stuff happens

          Awesome. I’ll pass on your thoughts to a friend of mine whose three-year-old daughter died of leukemia. He’ll be well pleased to know she deserved to die.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          If you have read my stuff for any length of time J, you would know that I make no slight at all toward the weaknesses or infirmities of any human being. Empathy is real and valuable. Pity any man who does not care for man or beast.

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        • john zande says:

          No, no… I heard you the first time.

          Children deserve to die.

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        • john zande says:

          And John, please also address the first questiuon…

          Was there a time when bones could not be broken?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Well I do know one thing. Regarding the Christ of God, not a bone of Him was broken……….according to the scriptures.

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        • john zande says:

          John… you said your god made the bones. Bones break.

          Was there a time when the collagen, calcium phosphate and calcium carbonate that make bones never broke?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I said nothing of my ‘god.’ I have no ‘god.’ Certainly you can appreciate the distinction. And my hesitation to address the same under those terms proves my complete consistency with scripture.

          One God. Many many false gods. The Creator has no competitor. But you may want to check with Adam regarding bones.

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        • john zande says:

          He who created the bones,

          John, please answer the question.

          Was there a time when the collagen, calcium phosphate and calcium carbonate that make bones never broke?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          It would appear that simple bones would be just as free from damage as jasper, beryl, jacinth, or gold.

          After all, the Engineer has it all under control. And bones belong to time, but hey what do I know.

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        • john zande says:

          So, the forces that govern all things were different at some point? There was no residence, no pressure, no sense of touch?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I’d rather prefer jz to speak of things that are knowable. Remember how silly you sound when you speak of things that happened bazillions of years ago…….having nothing but speculation or assumption.

          But ‘bone of my bone, and flesh of my flesh,’ is knowable.

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        • john zande says:

          I’d rather prefer jz to speak of things that are knowable.

          Oh, but you seem to know so many things, John… You said, for example, your god made the bones. Surely you also know, then, whether those same bones broke?

          Please answer the question put to you…

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Included in your question jz, is the fact that ‘the whole creation groaneth, even until now.’

          I wasn’t there, but I trust that God (not your god idea) is mistake free and blameless.

          Per my initial observation, remember? That God’s handiwork WAS very good.

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        • john zande says:

          mistake free and blameless… God’s handiwork WAS very good.

          So, the forces that govern all things were, according to you, different at some point… There was no resistance, no pressure, no sense of touch.

          What a fascinating world.

          Tell me John, without the sense touch, without resistance and friction, how could an apple, for example, ever be grabbed and eaten?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Ah but sir J, the apple on the tree, or the pluckt apple, serves an equally good purpose.

          Can I refer you to the opening chapters of Genesis which answers far better than I ever could. I am borrowing what has been told. I offer nothing new, maybe just in personal forthtelling.

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        • john zande says:

          Yes, having the capacity to eat an apple is great.

          In a world, however, where bones cannot be broken, no one is eating an apple.

          So, John, was there a time when the bones made by your god could not be broken?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          John, why do you tempt me to address such nonsense? I have no ‘god.’ Seriously, are you looking for a slip in my testimony, a contradiction?

          ‘Could not be’ and ‘would not be’ are issues and concerns understood in the context of the world which then was. (according to the rather thoughtful apostle Peter)

          I was not there.

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        • john zande says:

          Ah, now you’re pleading ignorance.

          Okay, got it.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Tks a lot T.

      We say affirming words and just wrap them up differently; but they present truth upon truth.

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