‘Do Not Pray’ lists prove popular

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Postby Chris » 03 Jun 2008, 23:35

Hey, if some fundie wants to pray for me, let them. All it does is waste their time, and I can continue my sinning in peace.
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Postby housecat » 04 Jun 2008, 00:56

Dragonbones wrote:What does "Christians are salty" mean?


Christians are called to be salt and light. You know, salty, like savory--like salty fried chicken. Also, what Sandman said about worth their salt.

This is where so many Christians mess up. Y'all know I'm Christian, but I hate to see Christians telling someone they're going to hell. God says, very clearly, that HE is the judge and He decides your eternity. If someone has questions, I'll anser to the best of my ability, but I think it's wrong to try to force any belief on anyone else. Even I won't eat salty fried chicken if you try to shove it down my throate!
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Re: ‘Do Not Pray’ lists prove popular

Postby Charlie Jack » 23 Aug 2008, 22:47

Daniel Kahneman wrote:[P]eople [a]re endlessly complicated and interesting.
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Postby Fortigurn » 10 Sep 2008, 17:43

Mother Theresa wrote:And, people may have perfectly valid reasons to wish the Christians would mind their own damned business and keep their prayers to themselves.


Unless they're praying in your face, they are keeping their prayers to themselves. This is just lunacy:

"We do not want prayer from Christians, and we did not ask for it," he told a reporter. "It’s a violation to pray for someone without their knowledge or consent."


How is it a 'violation'? What is it 'violating'? :loco:

Edit: Ah, the original article is a satire, now I get it.
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Re: ‘Do Not Pray’ lists prove popular

Postby Chris » 10 Sep 2008, 17:52

Hey, if someone wants to pray for me, it's their time and effort they're wasting, not mine.

EDIT: I see. This is an old article, and I already made a similar statement above... :oops:
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