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MarkV: "Where did God say that the Seventh Day was Saturday?"

It is you that is wrong, MarkV.

You are using your worldly knowledge to understand spiritual matters. You can use simple reasoning to figure out that Saturday is the day of rest by learning from today's Jewish people - still God's people until the end.

Besides, use the bible as it's own reference.

Exodus 16:23
Exodus 16:30
Exodus 31:15
Leviticus 16:31
Leviticus 23:3
Deuteronomy 5:12
Isaiah 56:2
Luke 23:56
Mark 2:27
---Steveng on 4/17/10


You take care of three little ones alone and try to live by any of man's "scriptural" time schedule. It's exhausting.

Jesus is the Sabbath, 24/7. Thank you Lord that I am freed from the Law and that you are accessible all the time despite me. Without you, I could not survive another minute.



Go get 'em, MarkV.
---aka_joseph on 4/17/10


Jerry, hello, I read Exodus all through and found no place where God said that Saturday was a no working day. So you are wrong again. Now that should be simple for you, since you believe it so much. Where did God say that the Seventh Day was Saturday? In fact, you do not know on what day He started His six day creation and what day it was when He rested on the Seventh. Seems to me, by the evidence, that some else, other then God, decided that they should start working on Sunday and rest on Saturday but it was not God. At least I have not heard Him speak anything about Saturday. You said God ordained it. If He did show the evidence.
---MarkV. on 4/17/10


MarkV: Here it is again, just for you.

Exo 20:10 But the SEVENTH day is the sabbath of the LORD thy God:

Saturday definition (YourDictionary dot com):

Saturday, noun

the SEVENTH and last day of the week: abbrev.

Is that clear enough THIS TIME?
---jerry6593 on 4/17/10


Jerry, here is what you said,

"As far as changing the law: Sabbath was always from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday. There's no scripture that says the Sabbath was ever changed. Christians who say it's Sunday are just as guilty of changing what God has decreed."

I still have not got the passages that God, (I mean God) because you said He decreed it, said the Sabbath was on a Saturday. Can you provide where God said Saturday was the Sabbath. You should have that handy since I hear you mention that a whole lot. God spoke in the Old Testament so many times and gave rules and commands and commandments so somewhere there must be at least one quote coming from Him that says the Sabbath is a Saturday.
---MarkV. on 4/17/10




There was a blog a while back, asking could satan be forgiven, or something like that.
---catherine on 4/16/10


jerry6593:

You totally ignored the point of the second of my two quotes:

Colossians 2:16:
"Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, OR OF THE SABBATH DAYS"

So Paul was NOT just talking about obsolete feast days, but about the Sabbath as well.
---StrongAxe on 4/16/10


Mat 12:5-8 Or have ye not read in the law, how that on the sabbath days the priests in the temple profane the sabbath, and are blameless? But I say unto you, That in this place is [one] greater than the temple. But if ye had known what [this] meaneth, I will have mercy, and not sacrifice, ye would not have condemned the guiltless. For the Son of man is Lord even of the sabbath day.
1Pet 2:9 But ye [are] a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people, that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvellous light:
1Cor 3:16 Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and [that] the Spirit of God dwelleth in you?
---MIchael on 4/16/10


Axe person: Paul wrote of what WE esteem - i.e., our OPINIONS. But you make a good point in that Paul was only a man. If his word was to contradict the Word of God (as some twist it), then the Word of God trumps the word of man. God commanded that we keep the Sabbath day (sunset Friday to sunset Saturday) holy. Paul did not contradict that divine Law. In fact, the record shows that he indeed kept the seventh-day Sabbath. In context, the "day we esteem" discussion centered not upon the Sabbath day of the week, but rather the Jewish feast days made obsolete by the cross.
---jerry6593 on 4/16/10


jerry6593:

I quoted Paul. Are Paul's writings just opinions? If so, you should rip out half the New Testament and put it in the "Bible Commentaries" sections on your shelf.

As far as changing the law: Sabbath was always from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday. There's no scripture that says the Sabbath was ever changed. Christians who say it's Sunday are just as guilty of changing what God has decreed.

As far as using my ChristianNet Penpal name: I am not registered here, so I don't have one. The site doesn't require one to be registered to post. I do, however, always use the same name (except for my first month here - and when I realized I was using the same name as someone else, I changed it to avoid confusion).
---StrongAxe on 4/15/10




Axey: You seem to think that a man's opinion carries more weight than than God's commandment. What you or I esteem is of no consequence, but what God commands is. You "consider all days equally holy." My Bible tells me that only God can make something holy, and that He made ONLY the seventh day holy. Can you provide a scripture that shows any day other than Sabbath was made holy?

"I also have call [sic] you by the name you choose to use here."

Reply Hint # 7. Use your ChristiaNet Penpal User Name as your name.

If I chose to use a name like "always right" or "scripture genius" would you use it? Besides, at what is your axe chopping? The Word of God?
---jerry6593 on 4/15/10


jerry6593:

Exodus 31:13 says the Sabbath is a sign, not a perpetual day of worship. Genesis 9:16 similarly says the rainbow is a sign, but we don't rush to church every time the sun comes out after a rain.

Romans 14:5
"One man esteemeth one day above another: another esteemeth every day alike. Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind."

Colossians 2:16:
"Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath days"

You consider the Sabbath day holier than others, and I consider all days equally holy. Both positions are valid.

I also have call you by the name you choose to use here. Please grant me the same courtesy.
---StrongAxe on 4/14/10


Axey: "It is not mentioned as a specific time to "draw closer to God"

Exo 31:13 .... Verily my sabbaths ye shall keep: for it is a sign between me and you throughout your generations, that ye may know that I am the LORD that doth sanctify you.

Do you wish to be sanctified? Do you see the Ten Commandments as the "Ten Suggestions", that you may choose to obey or disobey any particular one as you see fit? Do you have the power to make another day holy?
---jerry6593 on 4/14/10


jerry6593:

In the Old Testament, the Sabbath is repeatedly mentioned specifically as a day of REST - no work, no travel, no commerce. not even lighting fires or cooking. It is not mentioned as a specific time to "draw closer to God" (If it is, please cite chapter and verse).

It is common in both Jewish and Christian tradition to hold religious services on the Sabbath and on Sunday, respectively - not because those days were mandated "to get closer to God", but rather, because when one work six days a week, that is the one free day one has available in order to do so. (The five day work week is a rather recent invention).

Besides, as Christians, we should be close to God every day, not just one day a week.
---StrongAxe on 4/13/10


Axey: Think again. The Sabbath commandment shows our love to God. It is His appointed time to spend a whole day with us each week. Of course, if we elect to not show up, we miss out on the blessing. Remember, it was the little horn beast power of Dan 7 that thought "to change times and laws" (Dan 7:25), and he has been highly successful in that enterprise - but not completely.
---jerry6593 on 4/13/10


Mat 12:6 But I say unto you, That in this place is one greater than the temple.
Mat 12:7 But if ye had known what this meaneth, I will have mercy, and not sacrifice, ye would not have condemned the guiltless.
Mat 12:8 For the Son of man is Lord even of the sabbath day.

From what I understand, Jesus is the Sabbath or our rest. So, it falls under the first greatest commandment.

As a single parent of three small ones, I am overjoyed to have a place and time to rest in the Lord 24/7, whenever I need him as opposed to when man has compartmented it into a few hours per week. That exhausts me.
---aka_joseph on 4/12/10


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jerry6593:

6 of the ten fall under "love your neighbor", 3 of them fall under "love God". However, it doesn't seem like "Remember the sabbath to keep it holy" falls under either of these.

Then again, if any Christian truly believes that this command MUST be kept, he must either believe that it still means what it meant when Moses originally wrote it (i.e. sundown Friday night to sundown Saturday night), or that we're free to change the times and the seasons (despite Daniel 7:25).
---Strongaxe on 4/12/10


Axey: You can't have it both ways. Whether you obey God's Ten Commandments (not Moses') because God said so or because your love for Him and your neighbor compels you to, you are still keeping the 10. You can't both keep the Commandments and "not bound by them" at the same time. If we are not free to break them, then we are indeed bound by them. You say that we are not "free to murder, steal, lie, etc." I agree. Do you believe that we are indeed free to break ANY of the Ten Commandments. If so, which ones? Why some and not all? And should my list of exceptions be the same as yours, or does everyone get to choose the Commandments he wants to break?
---jerry6593 on 4/11/10


What is the dumbest blog question you can think of?

Can we get back to the topic at hand and address what was originally proposed?
---aka_joseph on 4/11/10


jerry6593:

If you actually read the ENTIRETY of what I wrote (TWICE), rather than just picking a few words out of context, you would realize that I do NOT say that we are free to murder, steal, lie, etc.

What I DID say is that we do not need to be given a list of 600+ specific do's and don'ts (but be free to do #601 because it isn't specifically mentioned). By obeying only two (love God and love your nieghbor), that automatically covers the others.

We don't need to refrain from murder befause Moses holds a pair of tablets with "THOU SHALT NOT" threatingly over our heads - we refrain from murder because it is a grievous violation of "love your neighbor as yourself".
---StrongAxe on 4/10/10


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Would you also say that Jesus would condemn Paul for saying we are now under grace rather than law (Romans 6-7, 1 Corinthians 6,9, Galatians 3-5)?
---StrongAxe on 4/9/10

Who in context above, is under grace here above rather than law?
---Trav on 4/11/10


Axey: "Please quote exactly which part of my comment suggested that anyone "break any one of the Ten Commandments".

".... the Ten Commandments ..... we are not bound by them as such."

Do you now contend that Christians are indeed obliged to keep the Ten Commandments? To twist Paul's statements to the effect that we need not be under the PENALTY of the law, or that we need not observe sacrificial laws of the levitical priesthood to mean that we need not observe the Ten Commandments does an injustice to Paul, to Jesus, and to the truth.
---jerry6593 on 4/10/10


Ro 6:14-15 For sin will have no dominion over you, since you are not under law but under grace. What then? Are we to sin because we are not under law but under grace? By no means!

Since we are not under the law but under grace, there is still an obligation not to let sin dominate us. This would certainly imply that since sin can be a violation of law that there is still an obligation to the law.

But what laws? I maintain the law here depicts moral law, not ceremonial, ritual laws, those regarding festivals, observances of holy days, civil laws, etc.

Since Romans 2:14f indicates Gentiles fulfilled the law by following their conscience, the law here must be moral laws - those that reflect on relationships between people.
---Lee1538 on 4/9/10


jerry6593:

Please quote exactly which part of my comment suggested that anyone "break any one of the Ten Commandments".

I was pointing out that we no longer need to be "nice" because the Ten Commandments say so (nor the other 600+ specific commandments in the Law), but Jesus's two general commandments (love God and love your neighbor) are the basis of all of them, and if we follow those, we will AUTOMATICALLY follow most of the others.

Would you also say that Jesus would condemn Paul for saying we are now under grace rather than law (Romans 6-7, 1 Corinthians 6,9, Galatians 3-5)?
---StrongAxe on 4/9/10


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Jerry ....

So you see Jerry, those who walk by faith are the ones that will inherit the Promise given to Abraham, not those who do works of the law.
---Lee(Anne)1538 on 4/8/10

Welcome aboard Jerry:
Hebrews 10:16
...., I will put my laws into their hearts, and in their minds will I write them,

Psalm 105:10
And confirmed the same unto Jacob for a law, and to Israel for an everlasting covenant:
Psalm 111:9
He sent redemption unto his people: he hath commanded his covenant for ever: holy and reverend is his name.
Ezekiel 16:60
Nevertheless I will remember my covenant with thee in the days of thy youth, and I will establish unto thee an everlasting covenant.
---Trav on 4/9/10


Axey: "Since the Ten Commandments are a part of the Law, and we Christians are no longer bound by the law, we are not bound by them as such."

So what does Jesus have to say about you?

Mat 5:19 Whosoever therefore shall break one of these least commandments, and shall teach men so, he shall be called the least in the kingdom of heaven: but whosoever shall do and teach them, the same shall be called great in the kingdom of heaven.
---jerry6593 on 4/9/10


What is the dumbest blog question you can think of? Let's see...assuming that you mean in the future tense and not past...

- Will I see my dog in Heaven?

- When will MarkV and Kathr get married? :-)

the other joseph
---joseph on 4/8/10


Ones which cause strife over unimportant things. Ones which cause division and mud slinging. Ones which encourage unloving attitudes to emerge.
---jody on 4/8/10


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jerry6593:

Since the Ten Commandments are a part of the Law, and we Christians are no longer bound by the law, we are not bound by them as such. However, this does not mean that we can go around lying, cheating, stealing, etc.

If we love God with all our hearts, we won't go worshipping other gods nor taking his name in vein. If we love our parents, we will honor them. If we love our neighbor, we won't kill him, rob him, lie about him, nor cheat on him.
---StrongAxe on 4/8/10


Jerry //... since you keep insisting that the Ten Commandments have been made void by the New Covenant - which they have not.

While it is true the Old Covenant with its 600+ laws was replaced by the New Covenant- that ministry of death & condemnation craved on stone (i.e. the 10 commandments) was replaced by the ministry of the Spirit- a ministry that demands far more than obedience to laws of the OT. Read 1 Cor. 3:7f!

Effectively all the principles behind the commandments should be realized for the believers who walk not after the flesh but after the Spirit.(Romans 8:3f)

So you see Jerry, those who walk by faith are the ones that will inherit the Promise given to Abraham, not those who do works of the law.
---Lee1538 on 4/8/10


Perhaps an unneeded question,I won't say dumb,is the One about the Ten Commandments. The reason it is unneeded is the plain answer,are they in effect or not,is answered in the Bible. Acts 15:24 paraphrased,the Apostles said they heard that some were saying Gentiles had to be circumcised,and keep the Law,"to whom we gave no such order". Acts 15:28,29 For it seemed good to the Holy Ghost,and to us,to lay upon you no greater burden than these necessary things,That you abstain from meats offered to idols,blood,strangled things,and from fornication,from which if you keep yourself,you shall so well. The Commandments weren't done away but summed up in two Love God with all your heart,soul,mind,strength,and your neighbor as yourself.
---Darlene_1 on 4/8/10


Sister Donna66, you are so correct that we have to be careful about such strong words as dumb and stupid.
We have questions from baby christians who earnestly seek the wisdom of older brethren, political questions that often hide satanic motives like division and derision, prideful questions that question the glory and sovereignty of God, but rarely a question that is dumb.
Most authors know full well as to the type of their question from those who seek to know more about Jesus to the cynical.
The biblical questions are usually right on, the pagan political questions are a different story.
---larry on 4/8/10


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Uhh Lee, If you'll check, the question "Do you or do you not teach against the Ten Commandments?" was not a blog question. Rather, it was a personal question aimed at you, since you keep insisting that the Ten Commandments have been made void by the New Covenant - which they have not. You even go on to prove your guilt in your self-conflicting rebuttal. Get a grip.
---jerry6593 on 4/8/10


\\The Jerusalem council should have settled that issue but some today believe that council was only about physically circumcision of Gentiles. (see Acts 15:24)
---Lee1538 on 4/7/10\\

A mature reading of the New Testament indicates that "circumcision" is used to mean the entire corpus of Jewish practices.

It certainly cannot be referring to the male urological procedure, because this is frequently recommended for medical reasons.
---Cluny on 4/8/10


I believe that this fits into the class of dumbest blog questions by none other than Jerry.

//Do you or do you not teach against the Ten Commandments?

Definitely not as Scripture is very very clear that the Old Covenant became obsolete with the introduction of the New Covenant. And as such any adherence to specific laws found ONLY in the Old Covenant are not mandatory to believers.

And that includes your observance of holy days such as Jewish feasts and the Jewish Sabbath - neither of which are found as commands anywhere in the New Covenant.

The Jerusalem council should have settled that issue but some today believe that council was only about physically circumcision of Gentiles. (see Acts 15:24)
---Lee1538 on 4/7/10


I understand what you are saying.
The problem is with ideas that are posted on the internet, not spoken face to face and with all the vocal inflections of speech. Furthermore we may know next to nothing about the person who posts.

Under these conditions, it's easy for people to mistake good-natured humor from demeaning mockery. I believe we should be careful.
---Donna66 on 4/7/10


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Donna66:

While terms like "dumb" and "stupid" can be insulting and subjective, there are also many things that you can show to everyone, and EVERYONE will agree are ridiculous (i.e. "worthy of ridicule"). If you think ridicule is always inappropriate, remember the prophet Elijah taunting the prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18:19-40). When they could not summon their god, he taunted them "Cry aloud: for he is a god, either he is talking, or he is pursuing, or he is in a journey, or peradventure he sleepeth, and must be awaked." (v.27). "in a journey" is a euphemism for "in the bathroom". He was clearly mocking them for their stupidity in believing in an idol.
---StrongAxe on 4/7/10


The dumbest blog question I can recall was the one that asked: "Who created the Creator."
---jerry6593 on 4/7/10


StrongAxe-- I never accused atheist of anything....certainly not failure to be factual!

But using the word "dumb" as it is used on this blog, is not factual. It is subjective, not objective. It is stricly an opinion, and a demeaning one at that.
---Donna66 on 4/6/10


StrongeAxe,

Thank you for that comment, although I do sometimes slip up and get a little too personal.
---atheist on 4/6/10


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Donna66:

Technically, the Bible does not use the word "dumb" itself, but the Hebrew and/or Greek equivalents. The word "dumb" is the word the King James translators used because it was the closest equivalent - at the time, the word "dumb" meant "unable to speak".

Today "dumb" can mean "unable to speak", but it can also mean "stupid". Given the phrasing of the title of this blog, it is apparent that the blog author meant the latter meaning, and not the former.

As far as atheist goes, every one of his points that I have seen has dealt with arguments with facts - never personal attacks on individuals.
---StrongAxe on 4/6/10


Axey: I agree with your assessment of this as a "piranha blog". I've got as many bites as anyone. But I must disagree with your description of 'atheist' as a practicioner of "civility and decorum." He is here, not to learn or teach, but to cause trouble.
---jerry6593 on 4/6/10


Strongaxe-- Your question was:
If some questions are truly dumb or absurd, is it honest to avoid the issue and pretend that they aren't?

The Bible uses "dumb" to mean unable to speak. That's apparently not true of anyone here. But if I read a question that seems foolish to me, I usually just ignore it. I can't respond to every question! And I'd rather concentrate on issues that that seem interesting or important to me.
---Donna66 on 4/5/10


jerry6593:

While there are many people on these blogs who believe in (and, more importantly, practice) the teachings of the Bible, there is also much vicious cat-fighting as well, which is not worthy of us who call ourselves Christians, and which gives Christianity a bad name. When I was first introduced to these blogs several years ago, the person who mentioned them called them the "piranha blogs", and while definitely not flattering, this term all too often accurately describes the kinds of discussions that go on here.

It is unfortunate that often those who call themselves atheists handle themselves with more civility and decorum on here than many who call themselves Christians.
---StrongAxe on 4/5/10


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There really is no dumb question out there.

Okay the one about Obama being from outer space was dumb, but even that set off 68 responses, got others involved in a discussion and I still don't know what the conclusion was at that blog.

They asked Jesus, "Are you the King of the Jews?" Was that a dumb question? No.

When Jesus asked the demons in Luke, "What is your name?" Was that a dumb question? NO.

There is really NO dumb question except when one asks out of contention, when one wants to start an argument by asking a question.
---Donna on 4/5/10


That one believe's his own ideas are generally superior to those of another's is a given.
---atheist on 4/1/10

It is not a given in Christianity.
The above would be true on a general blog, discussing subjects that had no facts or witness. We have facts and witnesses. You don't.
The subject matter on this blog site...while butchered at times with denom/doctrinal/opinion and lack of witnessed historical(prophet)support confuse GODless ones. Since GODless anti-Christ have no facts or witnesses you assume it must be true for everyone. So ingrained it appears now...you don't even have confidence to declare what you claim you believe or live.
Psalm 92:6
A brutish man knoweth not, neither doth a fool understand this.
---Trav on 4/5/10


'atheist': "I am no different than anyone else"

I'm sure you've noticed by now that this is a Christian, Bible-believing website. You are indeed very much different. We believe that dumb was defined in the Bible as:

The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God. (Psa 14:1)
---jerry6593 on 4/5/10


The only blog topics I consider are the ones already published on this blog.

I couldn't tell you right now WHO published ANY of the questions. But if I call it a "dumb" question, whoever wrote it is likely to take offense. I don't think in terms of "dumb" questions, but some are better than others.
---Donna66 on 4/4/10


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"It's a creative exercise meant to inject some humor."
Ok, so you meant facetious questions, I misunderstood your intent:o)
In that case I can think of a few I attempted to ask on another blog that were disallowed.
If I start on earth [as the beginning] and travel straight up, will I reach the end? Or would I end up in the same place I started? Logically I can 'assume', since I have never tried this, that if I took an airplane and flew, say, due east on a steady course, I would, without changing course, end up in the same place I started. Can that logic be applied to northern travel also? Why, as concerning the plane, would I not simply fly into eastern space? Would north, south, east, and west be applicable in space?
---joseph on 4/4/10


Donna66:

If some questions are truly dumb or absurd, is it honest to avoid the issue and pretend that they aren't?

Still, when I read or comment on blog topics, I remember the name of the blog topic, but rarely even look at the name of the person who posted it, unless I want to reply to them specifically. What's much more relevant is the topic comment itself, and the other comments that other people add to it later.

So if I ever think a topic is absurd, it is based on its own face value, and never based on who actually posted it.
---StrongAxe on 4/4/10


Donna,

I asked what is the dumbest blog question you can think of? It's a creative exercise meant to inject some humor.

The question was not what is the dumbest blog question someone else asked to set them up for ridicule.

Other than humor, it is a sideways suggestion that people be more careful and rational when forming questions and ideas. I am no different than anyone else and sometimes some really stupid thoughts run through my mind. But if I am lucky and focused a rational examination of those thoughts occurs before they come out my mouth. Occasionally, like everyone else, I am not so lucky.
---atheist on 4/3/10


The "dumbist" I can think of is this:
"What is the dumbest blog question you can think of." What possible constructive purpose can come from the answer. No matter HOW you answer the question, you are calling someone "dumb". These blogs, if anything, should be free of name calling.
---Donna66 on 4/3/10


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I agree with Mary's first comment. The most silly blog topic I have seen in recent memory was "Did Obama Come From Outer Space".
---StrongAxe on 4/2/10


atheist,Not meaning to be contentious but you are so mistaken. It isn't a given everyone thinks their beliefs are superior to anothers,thats being egotistical,and most people aren't that at all. I sure don't and never have had such an exaggerated sence of self-importance. I am not so smart or wise that I can know what everyone else believes and without that I surely can't make any judgement on others beliefs,besides I wouldn't if I could. To the Christians I refer to Bible verses to confirm what I say or prove me wrong. For nonChristians I hope I can be nice enough to show respect of anothers right to their opinions,I think all people usually have something of merit to say.
---Darlene_1 on 4/2/10


we are human beings,we make mistakes,we ask questions as a natural learning process,though many are asked for a variety of reasons,and and even more with a variety of attitudes.
---tom2 on 4/2/10


1. Some questions are of lesser value because they are somewhat inane. 2. A few questions are incomplete or are difficult to understand, and the writer doesn't return to clarify it. 3. The questions proposed by some people whose intention is to disprove a verse(s) are offensive, but can be answered. 4. Some blogs are written to glorify the author, rather than to edify others. 5. The blogs written to make some false theological point, especially by those who have no true understanding of the subject are stupid. But the same could be said of some responses to the blog(s). Atheist, only the second point doesn't apply to you. If you were to start a blog asking about Salvation, several people would be pleased to answer.
---Glenn on 4/1/10


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God is not a God who believes in taking away rights, even for the unbelievers. Atheist has a right to post questions. Besides, I think that he is kinda funny, sometimes. Lay off! Note: God, only wants His rights to be respected through His people. Hallelujah.
---catherine on 4/1/10


That one believe's his own ideas are generally superior to those of another's is a given.

A discussion, unless it hard a comical intent, could hardly proceed if each participant offered up a thought less logical, compelling, meaningful, relevent, or useful than another.
---atheist on 4/1/10


Geraldine, i don't know if Atheist feels superior to others around here, but even if he does, he has no monopoly on those feelings among us. There is daily a great clash of egos on these blogs.
---ger.toshav on 3/31/10


Genome testing now proves that the Americas were not settled by Jewish people from over 2,000 years ago which is the Mormon or LDS belief system according to the Book of Mormon. Now that science has proved the Book of Mormon as a fairytale how are the Mormons keeping their fellow members from leaving?
---Jimbo on 3/31/10


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Athiest, your question about dumb questions gives the appearance that you feel superior to many folks, and are busy judging them. I wonder whether you believe Christians are "dumb" because you think they believe in a non-existant Creator. If so, may God help you!
---Geraldine on 3/31/10


Actually,

I think it was done by mix a group of cross dressing Rostafarian Atheotopic Hebrews in a KKK native American tribe in Mississippi...

Some of them were reported to be Communists though, but others were said to be the decendants of slave owners from Iceland and were very much bent toward pure capitalism.
---atheist on 3/31/10


Atheist, using Hitler DNA to make new Obamas sounds like a nefarious Communist plot to me...
---ger.toshav on 3/31/10


The only, "dumb" question is one not asked. One of the best ways to learn is to ask questions and while the question may appear, "dumb" to some people who know the answer, the person who asked it needs an answer or he/she wouldn't have ask for one.
---wivv on 3/31/10


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Yes. It is commonly done. Using pineapple DNA prevents the attention of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). This was an experiment that clearly went arwy.

Of course the People for the Ethical Treatment of Pineapples are now starting to pay attention, which will probably stop the advancement of science altogether, except in the cosmetics industry which has a very large lobby. They are developing a face creme that will allow you to look like anyone else for about twenty-four hours. This will be a winner on the stock exchange. Check it out.
---atheist on 3/31/10


I'm not sure that the CIA or whoever has any Hitler DNA. But if they do, is there really the technology to cross it with pineapples?
---ger.toshav on 3/30/10


I would say the Obama and outer space question and the Obama microchip question are both from bad comic books.

What warped sense of holiness would think nevermind speak or write such a thing?

I am convinced people thought Jesus was kidding in Mark 12:29-31.
---larry on 3/30/10


Bill,

You are right. Should of phrased it like you said, 'What's the Dumbest blog question you can think of?' Thought it might inject some humor here. So far though the best is the one about Obama being from outer space. We of course known this isn't true. He was cloned from the dna of Adolf Hitler and a Hawaiian pineapple.
---atheist on 3/30/10


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There are no dumb questions if they are making a sincere attempt to learn more of Gods ways. What we may view as a simple question may be viewed as a complex question by the person asking. I believe every question should be viewed with respect and regard/consideration given to the person who asks. We are the ambassadors of God,the authorized messengers of God's Word,the Bible,who have been given the right to bring the good news,Jesus saves to every person. We also are empowered,some more than others,to lead others in God's will and way for his people. If answering a question a person needs to ask to sort their life and more importantly their walk with God out can be of any help it is our privilege to answer.
---Darlene_1 on 3/30/10


I understood Atheist to mean, what is the dumbest blog question *you* can think of *asking*?

And I couldn't think of any dumb questions to post, here. So, I wasn't going to put an answer, here. Sorry, Atheist (c:

This is an excellent demonstration of how the same wording, as well as just one word, can have very different meanings. So, we need to communicate with and personally know the author, in order to know what the author means.

So, like this and even more, we need to have personal sharing with God, in order to know what He really means by His word.
---Bill_bila5659 on 3/30/10


Atheist, what is "dumb" is a value judgment, so there will be a variety of opinion...
---ger.toshav on 3/29/10


I vote for the Obama is from outer space question.
---KarenD on 3/30/10


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Each question poses a "thought", therefore none is the "dumbest".
---Eloy on 3/30/10


"What is the dumbest blog question you can think of?"
That question is yet to be asked.
The "dumbest question" is one that is kept in silence.
---Josef on 3/30/10


Maybe the one you just asked. Huh???
---Elder on 3/29/10


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