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Awesome: 'pictures that are funny or good and not porn or over 500k or gui...' by Raneados

RaneadosRaneados Registered User regular
edited August 2011 in [2008-2012] Awesome Posts?
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"[quote="John 20:25"...But he said unto them, Except I ... thrust my hand into his side, I will not believe[/quote] [quote="John 20:27"Then saith He to Thomas,...and reach hither thy hand, and thrust it into my side...[/quote] Bible is interesting in other's words"
#pipe wrote:
Raneados wrote:
#pipe wrote:
Raneados wrote:
didn't jesus do exactly dick after coming back to life

like

he went to go see some people all like I'M ALIVE

and then immediately died and went to heaven?

He didn't die. That's the point. He ascended to heaven without dying.

wait so they buried him in that cave and he wasn't dead?

He died on the cross

they put his body in the tomb

they came back three days later

the tomb was open and empty

then christ showed up and was like "hey dudes"

and everyone was stoked, except Thomas

and Christ was like "seriously it's me, put your hand in my guts where they stabbed me"

and Thomas was like "Holy shit"

and then Christ was like "later" and floated up into the clouds.

grab my kidney, thomas

that'll prove I'm jesus

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  • DisruptedCapitalistDisruptedCapitalist Magic'll respond to the dumbest shit sometimes. Registered User regular
    then christ showed up and was like "hey dudes"

    rad

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  • durandal4532durandal4532 Registered User regular
    It's true though, he always did have a distinctive kidney.

  • EddyEddy pale Gengars I loved beside Cerulean CaveRegistered User regular
    I thought jesus didn't have any internal organs?

    HISTORICAL REALISM PEOPLE COME ON

  • ThreeCubedThreeCubed Registered User
    So Jesus is the only living person in Heaven?

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  • TychoCelchuuuTychoCelchuuu ___________PIGEON _________San Diego, CA Registered User regular
    Margarazzi wrote:
    So Jesus is the only living person in Heaven?

    No bro that was like, 2000 years ago, he's hella dead by now.

  • KalTorakKalTorak Registered User regular
    Silly Thomas, always wanting demonstrable proof!

  • Centipede DamascusCentipede Damascus Not tests. They were trying to kill it.Registered User regular
    hey, nobody ever bagged on Thomas just because he was a skeptic

  • chiasaur11chiasaur11 Never doubt a raccoon. Registered User regular
    hey, nobody ever bagged on Thomas just because he was a skeptic

    Well, they did. A little.

    But all he got was an "Blessed are those who have not seen and believed". God seems to be a fan of people getting mad at him or skeptical, considering Job and the time he demanded Gideon ask for a sign. Just prefers they shut up when he tells them how it's gonna be.

    (And on the only living person in Heaven bit, depends on the denomination. Catholics toss Mary up there, and a couple people in the Old Testament get the did not see death bit.)

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  • ImthebOHGODBEESImthebOHGODBEES Registered User regular
    chiasaur11 wrote:
    hey, nobody ever bagged on Thomas just because he was a skeptic

    Well, they did. A little.

    But all he got was an "Blessed are those who have not seen and believed". God seems to be a fan of people getting mad at him or skeptical, considering Job and the time he demanded Gideon ask for a sign. Just prefers they shut up when he tells them how it's gonna be.

    (And on the only living person in Heaven bit, depends on the denomination. Catholics toss Mary up there, and a couple people in the Old Testament get the did not see death bit.)

    Also Enoch and Elijah. Possibly.

    Do you, in fact, have any builds in this shop at all?
  • BuraisuBuraisu Innovator Seattle, WARegistered User regular
    edited August 2011
    I thought this was interesting, I found it when I was stumbling.
    For most Christians today, their understanding of Heaven and Hell comes from the 14th century epic poem by Dante Alighieri titled, “Divine Comedy” (written between 1308 and 1321), and not from the pages of the Bible. Most people know this epic poem as “Dante’s Inferno”, which is a reference to one of the three main chapters in this long poem. Dante based his work on the “Summa Theologica” written by Thomas Aquinas between 1265 and 1274 (yes, the same Thomas Aquinas that help start Europe’s 600+ years of terror called “The Inquisition”). It is hard to underestimate how much Dante’s poem changed the Christian understanding of Heaven and Hell, and it lasts to this very day.

    What Christians fail to realize, is that Dante’s Poem is not the Bible. In both the Old and New Testament, when you die, you are simply buried in the ground, waiting for the day you will be brought back to life (Judgment Day) along with everyone else who ever lived. That’s right; the dead merely go to the grave. Furthermore in the New Testament, the “Kingdom of God” is a place here on this planet, and not some magical place existing in a different realm. Of course, when Judgment day does finally come… look out! But according to both Jews and Christians, Judgment Day hasn’t come yet.

    While the Bible does have a few passages relating to Heaven and Hell, there is a lot less than people imagine, and what is described isn’t what people think. For example those passages that talk about “Heaven” discuss things like the peaceful conditions here on earth after the New Kingdom arrives, or the eternal rule by the Messiah, or bodily perfection (no thirst, hunger, death, sickness, etc.), or ruined cities that will eventually be re-inhabited by people. The shocking thing to Christians is that all of these discussions about “Heaven” are about a place here on this planet (Earth)!

    Even in the Book of Revelations, the story is about a dream and all the horrors occurring in that dream happen here on earth. All one has to do, is simply challenge a Christian to find the passages in the Bible that discuss Heaven and Hell, and the point will be made.

    So maybe one day, we will all be zombies.

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