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And if not.. Why not? We're they not important enough to be taught the ways of Jesus? I mean, if we're all God's children..wouldn't everyone have known about Him?
And would Christians of early American days have condemned them to Hell because they did not accept Christ as their savior, even though they knew nothing of him?

Please forgive my ignorance.. I'm just looking for answers

cheers
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I doubt it was ever translated to any of the native American languages, nor did most of the natives know English until well after the colonists were done slaughtering them. Which is all besides the fact, because the native Americans would have never given up their traditions that existed long before the bible was even written. Why should they? The teachings of the bible only dull you to the sense of being spiritual and replace it with religious brain washing.
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Dont worry about them , they will be taken care of (in a good way).

LK 12: 47And that servant, which knew his lord's will, and prepared not himself, neither did according to his will, shall be beaten with many stripes.

48But he that knew not, and did commit things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes. For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required: and to whom men have committed much, of him they will ask the more.


In addition, Romans ch 1-3 clealry state all people are without excuse in recognizing God's creation.
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major flaw in the christian myth
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My main reason for asking, as nothing more than a white girl from WV raised by baptists, is it all seems so fake the older I get.. And I genuinely want to hear someone tell me why, if Jesus is the only way, did Native Americans not know about him... Does that make sense?
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Hard to know someone whose very existence is a load of bull shit.
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And if not.. Why not? We're they not important enough to be taught the ways of Jesus? I mean, if we're all God's children..wouldn't everyone have known about Him?
And would Christians of early American days have condemned them to Hell because they did not accept Christ as their savior, even though they knew nothing of him?

Please forgive my ignorance.. I'm just looking for answers

cheers
 Quoting: MrsCrickets


I doubt it was ever translated to any of the native American languages, nor did most of the natives know English until well after the colonists were done slaughtering them. Which is all besides the fact, because the native Americans would have never given up their traditions that existed long before the bible was even written. Why should they? The teachings of the bible only dull you to the sense of being spiritual and replace it with religious brain washing.
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this is it in a nutshell. Thanks for sharing.
"a foundation built on lies is always bound to crumble and those who aren't humble shall tumble to the earth"
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I read a book on how to ride a bike; it didn't work.
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popcorn

major flaw in the christian myth
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My main reason for asking, as nothing more than a white girl from WV raised by baptists, is it all seems so fake the older I get.. And I genuinely want to hear someone tell me why, if Jesus is the only way, did Native Americans not know about him... Does that make sense?
 Quoting: MrsCrickets


Hard to know someone whose very existence is a load of bull shit.
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Yeah, all of recorded world history must be BS to you..
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Pretty easy to understand. Romans 1 states we are without excuse. Nature leads us to believe in God. Our ancestors gave up the truth. If you don't teach your children they will seek the truth. They may not find Jesus. Many false Gods and many false religions are out there for them to find.
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And if not.. Why not? We're they not important enough to be taught the ways of Jesus? I mean, if we're all God's children..wouldn't everyone have known about Him?
And would Christians of early American days have condemned them to Hell because they did not accept Christ as their savior, even though they knew nothing of him?

Please forgive my ignorance.. I'm just looking for answers

cheers
 Quoting: MrsCrickets


I doubt it was ever translated to any of the native American languages, nor did most of the natives know English until well after the colonists were done slaughtering them. Which is all besides the fact, because the native Americans would have never given up their traditions that existed long before the bible was even written. Why should they? The teachings of the bible only dull you to the sense of being spiritual and replace it with religious brain washing.
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this is it in a nutshell. Thanks for sharing.
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I see you're still trolling with the John Lear anti-jesus influence. You still believe the first few chapters of Genesis are inaccurate or contradictory somehow, dont you? You admitted John might be brainwashed himself for not beleiving in Jesus. Now you are contradicting yourself about the brainwashing. Good luck to you.
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And if not.. Why not? We're they not important enough to be taught the ways of Jesus? I mean, if we're all God's children..wouldn't everyone have known about Him?
And would Christians of early American days have condemned them to Hell because they did not accept Christ as their savior, even though they knew nothing of him?

Please forgive my ignorance.. I'm just looking for answers

cheers
 Quoting: MrsCrickets


I doubt it was ever translated to any of the native American languages, nor did most of the natives know English until well after the colonists were done slaughtering them. Which is all besides the fact, because the native Americans would have never given up their traditions that existed long before the bible was even written. Why should they? The teachings of the bible only dull you to the sense of being spiritual and replace it with religious brain washing.
 Quoting: Bilbo Baggins


this is it in a nutshell. Thanks for sharing.
 Quoting: acegotflows


I see you're still trolling with the John Lear anti-jesus influence. You still believe the first few chapters of Genesis are inaccurate or contradictory somehow, dont you? You admitted John might be brainwashed himself for not beleiving in Jesus. Now you are contradicting yourself about the brainwashing. Good luck to you.
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jesus is not a person. The bible tells you as much. jesus christ is a concept of many different things that were placed on the person... THAT is what the issue is IMO. If people agree that Jesus was a title then why not call the person by their name?

We are all brainwashed because nobody speaks a language old enough. This is why you gotta THINK and use logic and DIG into stuff. Using composite materials and saying that they are true is as stupid and logical as man saying that it can stand alone and not worry about all the single cell organisms that work together to even let you have the cell structure to even THINK that

I'm not delusional or brainwashed in that sense. You should stop trying so hard to prove a point... you are not very good at it

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the world started out with 2 people so ofcourse americans knew about jesus.
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popcorn

major flaw in the christian myth
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My main reason for asking, as nothing more than a white girl from WV raised by baptists, is it all seems so fake the older I get.. And I genuinely want to hear someone tell me why, if Jesus is the only way, did Native Americans not know about him... Does that make sense?
 Quoting: MrsCrickets


Hard to know someone whose very existence is a load of bull shit.
 Quoting: Bilbo Baggins


Yeah, all of recorded world history must be BS to you..
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To believe something blindly, because it's what a book said is real sound logic. Cheers to you for being a simple minded brother.

And if not.. Why not? We're they not important enough to be taught the ways of Jesus? I mean, if we're all God's children..wouldn't everyone have known about Him?
And would Christians of early American days have condemned them to Hell because they did not accept Christ as their savior, even though they knew nothing of him?

Please forgive my ignorance.. I'm just looking for answers

cheers
 Quoting: MrsCrickets


I doubt it was ever translated to any of the native American languages, nor did most of the natives know English until well after the colonists were done slaughtering them. Which is all besides the fact, because the native Americans would have never given up their traditions that existed long before the bible was even written. Why should they? The teachings of the bible only dull you to the sense of being spiritual and replace it with religious brain washing.
 Quoting: Bilbo Baggins


this is it in a nutshell. Thanks for sharing.
 Quoting: acegotflows


I see you're still trolling with the John Lear anti-jesus influence. You still believe the first few chapters of Genesis are inaccurate or contradictory somehow, dont you? You admitted John might be brainwashed himself for not beleiving in Jesus. Now you are contradicting yourself about the brainwashing. Good luck to you.
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Still trolling? Someone doesn't become a troll simply because your warped mind doesn't agree with the truth when it's said. Don't sit here and defend your stupid fairy tail blindly and talk like you know what brain washing is. You want to see the full effect of brain washing, look in the mirror homie. I understand it's hard to see with your eyes being melted by the most corrupt, hate inspiring, murder justifying piece of literature ever written. I don't speak in contradiction my friend, as your very existence is a contradiction. Good luck to you sheep.
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I doubt it was ever translated to any of the native American languages, nor did most of the natives know English until well after the colonists were done slaughtering them. Which is all besides the fact, because the native Americans would have never given up their traditions that existed long before the bible was even written. Why should they? The teachings of the bible only dull you to the sense of being spiritual and replace it with religious brain washing.
 Quoting: Bilbo Baggins


this is it in a nutshell. Thanks for sharing.
 Quoting: acegotflows


I see you're still trolling with the John Lear anti-jesus influence. You still believe the first few chapters of Genesis are inaccurate or contradictory somehow, dont you? You admitted John might be brainwashed himself for not beleiving in Jesus. Now you are contradicting yourself about the brainwashing. Good luck to you.
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jesus is not a person. The bible tells you as much. jesus christ is a concept of many different things that were placed on the person... THAT is what the issue is IMO. If people agree that Jesus was a title then why not call the person by their name?

We are all brainwashed because nobody speaks a language old enough. This is why you gotta THINK and use logic and DIG into stuff. Using composite materials and saying that they are true is as stupid and logical as man saying that it can stand alone and not worry about all the single cell organisms that work together to even let you have the cell structure to even THINK that

I'm not delusional or brainwashed in that sense. You should stop trying so hard to prove a point... you are not very good at it
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You are delusional for ignoring all of recorded world history. Thats it in a nutshell, thanks for your input.
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My main reason for asking, as nothing more than a white girl from WV raised by baptists, is it all seems so fake the older I get.. And I genuinely want to hear someone tell me why, if Jesus is the only way, did Native Americans not know about him... Does that make sense?
 Quoting: MrsCrickets


Hard to know someone whose very existence is a load of bull shit.
 Quoting: Bilbo Baggins


Yeah, all of recorded world history must be BS to you..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2183540


To believe something blindly, because it's what a book said is real sound logic. Cheers to you for being a simple minded brother.

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I doubt it was ever translated to any of the native American languages, nor did most of the natives know English until well after the colonists were done slaughtering them. Which is all besides the fact, because the native Americans would have never given up their traditions that existed long before the bible was even written. Why should they? The teachings of the bible only dull you to the sense of being spiritual and replace it with religious brain washing.
 Quoting: Bilbo Baggins


this is it in a nutshell. Thanks for sharing.
 Quoting: acegotflows


I see you're still trolling with the John Lear anti-jesus influence. You still believe the first few chapters of Genesis are inaccurate or contradictory somehow, dont you? You admitted John might be brainwashed himself for not beleiving in Jesus. Now you are contradicting yourself about the brainwashing. Good luck to you.
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Still trolling? Someone doesn't become a troll simply because your warped mind doesn't agree with the truth when it's said. Don't sit here and defend your stupid fairy tail blindly and talk like you know what brain washing is. You want to see the full effect of brain washing, look in the mirror homie. I understand it's hard to see with your eyes being melted by the most corrupt, hate inspiring, murder justifying piece of literature ever written. I don't speak in contradiction my friend, as your very existence is a contradiction. Good luck to you sheep.
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If you dont know how to verify history through credible sources, thats your problem. That doesnt preclude the existence of Jesus, just because you dont know what happened.
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no matter how far-fetched this might sound, it wouldn't surprise me if it turned out to be true.
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I look at it like this. Earth is a baby star factory and is unique in the sense that it DEVELOPS stars besides just spitting them out. So WHATEVER feels threatened will obviously want to bury the story and never let it get out. But the stars are learning how to fight back. NOW THE FUN BEGINS. But it won't be very entertaining. Can't have both. Edutainment is not a comfort some are allowed to have at this point in time
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I didn't mean to quote those 1st 2 and have now edited them out. Maybe it's better with them in, as you quoted. [2nd amendment one, though--I don't have a gun personally, but do think there's a ton of hypocrisy about gun rights. or just hypocrisy about everything.]
Couldn't agree more about the lengths the comfortable will go to to 'bury the story'.
Kenny Chesney song was pretty- Thank you!
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you are quite welcome. Glad you enjoyed it. I figured that based on your comments it was something you needed to hear at least once . Listen to this song. Even though it's about "blacks" in America, the concept can be applied to anybody


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That was edutaining. [and funny "not a perm -it's a temporary"lol] I was going to ask what you meant by that word- was picturing some lying history on the history channel or something.
You've said you've always been an outsider . I don't think people particularly like it when you can see right through them, and see that they're "strugglin'" for things you consider unworthy. And damned if they can't TELL too, even if you try to hide what you think of them. Still caring about them, and wanting to 'do no harm' [like hippocratic oath], , and trying hard to be ethical, is what gets you to the 'burned-out' stage like the "so tired" stage you've mentioned, maybe? At least that's been my experience. Is that anything like what you were talking about, being an outsider? [we really should probably adjourn to e-mail, I guess]
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Hard to know someone whose very existence is a load of bull shit.
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Yeah, all of recorded world history must be BS to you..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2183540


To believe something blindly, because it's what a book said is real sound logic. Cheers to you for being a simple minded brother.

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this is it in a nutshell. Thanks for sharing.
 Quoting: acegotflows


I see you're still trolling with the John Lear anti-jesus influence. You still believe the first few chapters of Genesis are inaccurate or contradictory somehow, dont you? You admitted John might be brainwashed himself for not beleiving in Jesus. Now you are contradicting yourself about the brainwashing. Good luck to you.
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Still trolling? Someone doesn't become a troll simply because your warped mind doesn't agree with the truth when it's said. Don't sit here and defend your stupid fairy tail blindly and talk like you know what brain washing is. You want to see the full effect of brain washing, look in the mirror homie. I understand it's hard to see with your eyes being melted by the most corrupt, hate inspiring, murder justifying piece of literature ever written. I don't speak in contradiction my friend, as your very existence is a contradiction. Good luck to you sheep.
 Quoting: Bilbo Baggins


If you dont know how to verify history through credible sources, thats your problem. That doesnt preclude the existence of Jesus, just because you dont know what happened.
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Give me 1 book written by someone who wasn't already blindly believing in that fairy tail, stating that Jesus Christ was a live physical being and that all of the bull shit "he" did in the bible happened. I dare you.
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Yeah, all of recorded world history must be BS to you..
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To believe something blindly, because it's what a book said is real sound logic. Cheers to you for being a simple minded brother.

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I see you're still trolling with the John Lear anti-jesus influence. You still believe the first few chapters of Genesis are inaccurate or contradictory somehow, dont you? You admitted John might be brainwashed himself for not beleiving in Jesus. Now you are contradicting yourself about the brainwashing. Good luck to you.
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Still trolling? Someone doesn't become a troll simply because your warped mind doesn't agree with the truth when it's said. Don't sit here and defend your stupid fairy tail blindly and talk like you know what brain washing is. You want to see the full effect of brain washing, look in the mirror homie. I understand it's hard to see with your eyes being melted by the most corrupt, hate inspiring, murder justifying piece of literature ever written. I don't speak in contradiction my friend, as your very existence is a contradiction. Good luck to you sheep.
 Quoting: Bilbo Baggins


If you dont know how to verify history through credible sources, thats your problem. That doesnt preclude the existence of Jesus, just because you dont know what happened.
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Give me 1 book written by someone who wasn't already blindly believing in that fairy tail, stating that Jesus Christ was a live physical being and that all of the bull shit "he" did in the bible happened. I dare you.
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Gladly, look up Celsus and Lucian. They mocked Christianity but confirmed it.
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No but native americans have cool stories about bigfoot.
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Native americans would have a place in heaven as long as they lived their life good.
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This people draweth nigh unto me with their mouth, and honoureth me with their lips; but their heart is far from me. But in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men. (Matt. 15:8-9)

For as many as have sinned without law shall also perish without law (Rom. 2:12)

For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God (Rom. 3:23)

Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God. (John 3:5)

And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned. (Mark 16:15-16)


God judges your "heart" No religion is needed for that. It is a personal journey.
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The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked (Jer. 17:9)

There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death. (Prov. 14;12)

I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that I am he, ye shall die in your sins. (John 8:24)
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English is a dialect and not a language. Just by quoting something that is supposed to be of God but is already in a dialect that can't even give you proper translations because WE DO NOT DEFINE EVERY WORD BY ETYMOLOGY but by accepted meaning, we are already butchering any semblance of truth in that Book.

This is how language works. Care to argue that one with a Bible verse?
 Quoting: acegotflows

God is not confounded by language barriers, or anything else whatsoever.

If God did not preserve God's perfect word for his creation in it's entirety, then there is no God.

The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. (Prov. 14:1)

Every word of God is pure (Prov. 30:5)

For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost. (2 Pet. 1:21)

I the LORD do all these things. (Isa. 45:7)

Add thou not unto his words, lest he reprove thee, and thou be found a liar. (Prov. 30:6)
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To believe something blindly, because it's what a book said is real sound logic. Cheers to you for being a simple minded brother.

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Still trolling? Someone doesn't become a troll simply because your warped mind doesn't agree with the truth when it's said. Don't sit here and defend your stupid fairy tail blindly and talk like you know what brain washing is. You want to see the full effect of brain washing, look in the mirror homie. I understand it's hard to see with your eyes being melted by the most corrupt, hate inspiring, murder justifying piece of literature ever written. I don't speak in contradiction my friend, as your very existence is a contradiction. Good luck to you sheep.
 Quoting: Bilbo Baggins


If you dont know how to verify history through credible sources, thats your problem. That doesnt preclude the existence of Jesus, just because you dont know what happened.
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Give me 1 book written by someone who wasn't already blindly believing in that fairy tail, stating that Jesus Christ was a live physical being and that all of the bull shit "he" did in the bible happened. I dare you.
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Gladly, look up Celsus and Lucian. They mocked Christianity but confirmed it.
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Got that from the first results on google as well. When you do your own research , stop talking out your ass, and relying on work others have done to base your opinions off of, we'll have a conversation. I'm all set with you now. 5a
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Native americans would have a place in heaven as long as they lived their life good.
 Quoting: acegotflows

This people draweth nigh unto me with their mouth, and honoureth me with their lips; but their heart is far from me. But in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men. (Matt. 15:8-9)

For as many as have sinned without law shall also perish without law (Rom. 2:12)

For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God (Rom. 3:23)

Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God. (John 3:5)

And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature. He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned. (Mark 16:15-16)


God judges your "heart" No religion is needed for that. It is a personal journey.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34059504

The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked (Jer. 17:9)

There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death. (Prov. 14;12)

I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that I am he, ye shall die in your sins. (John 8:24)
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English is a dialect and not a language. Just by quoting something that is supposed to be of God but is already in a dialect that can't even give you proper translations because WE DO NOT DEFINE EVERY WORD BY ETYMOLOGY but by accepted meaning, we are already butchering any semblance of truth in that Book.

This is how language works. Care to argue that one with a Bible verse?
 Quoting: acegotflows

God is not confounded by language barriers, or anything else whatsoever.

If God did not preserve God's perfect word for his creation in it's entirety, then there is no God.

The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. (Prov. 14:1)

Every word of God is pure (Prov. 30:5)

For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost. (2 Pet. 1:21)

I the LORD do all these things. (Isa. 45:7)

Add thou not unto his words, lest he reprove thee, and thou be found a liar. (Prov. 30:6)

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god is not confused at all. but his moron followers sure are...
"a foundation built on lies is always bound to crumble and those who aren't humble shall tumble to the earth"
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They didn't until ws stole their land. Tribes in the rainforest don't know about jesus either. This tells us you have all been had by the powers that be who run the Vatican
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They "lost" their land in the same way and for the same reasons the Jews did. They are promised to have it returned. They lost it through iniquity, just as the gentiles are now losing it through iniquity. Itis the price paid when a free nation forgets the Lord.
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yeah, they got punished, because they didn't follow all the rules.

the fact that they did not have the rule book doesn't matter.

somebody has to be punished!.

now give us all your land and possessions.
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They certainly DID have the rule book! And there is a book that gives a very descript history of it and of them. Just many choose to ignore it.
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I am of Native American descent and was exposed to the bible. Thankfully, I refused to be converted even as a young kid, what a bunch of nut jobs those churches were. I still love them as fellow humans, but they are so lost and have their minds so closed.
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If you dont know how to verify history through credible sources, thats your problem. That doesnt preclude the existence of Jesus, just because you dont know what happened.
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Give me 1 book written by someone who wasn't already blindly believing in that fairy tail, stating that Jesus Christ was a live physical being and that all of the bull shit "he" did in the bible happened. I dare you.
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Gladly, look up Celsus and Lucian. They mocked Christianity but confirmed it.
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Got that from the first results on google as well. When you do your own research , stop talking out your ass, and relying on work others have done to base your opinions off of, we'll have a conversation. I'm all set with you now. 5a
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Ah so you really dont want to research it. Thats what I thought, good luck to you.
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Give me 1 book written by someone who wasn't already blindly believing in that fairy tail, stating that Jesus Christ was a live physical being and that all of the bull shit "he" did in the bible happened. I dare you.
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Gladly, look up Celsus and Lucian. They mocked Christianity but confirmed it.
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Got that from the first results on google as well. When you do your own research , stop talking out your ass, and relying on work others have done to base your opinions off of, we'll have a conversation. I'm all set with you now. 5a
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Ah so you really dont want to research it. Thats what I thought, good luck to you.
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Lol, well, our opinions on what research is obviously differs. You consider using google, clicking the first results, and believing it as truth, as your research. So our conversation is done.
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02/22/2013 05:12 PM
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O no no putinmore bibletards
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02/22/2013 05:12 PM
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" I was sent ONLY to the lost sheep of Israel. "

Jesus Christ
Matthew 15:24



The GOD of ISRAEL... not the God of every Tom, Dick or Harry.



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So the bible was only meant for people of Isreal?
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does it really matter what they believe in? this thread is a bigger waste than the f 35
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02/22/2013 05:17 PM
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And did I seriously read that Mormons believe NA were punished by God and had their skin darkened?? Someone tell me that's not really what Mormons teach
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02/22/2013 05:19 PM
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I've said it before and ill say it again..

The last passage in the bible states... I am Jesus the son of David the bright and morning star.
Good grief it's so obvious Jesus is symbolic only and a representation of the SUN!!!

Brainwashed people who can't think for themselves. I figured that out when I was 12!
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02/22/2013 05:23 PM
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Re: Did Native Americans have access to the Bible?
no we killed them all

the ones around today were good at sucking european dick

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