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sure there COULD be a higher power if there is not a higher power that created us i believe that we are not alone

but how do you know the truth the so called GOD is a blatant atheist he believed that he is the highest power and no one is above him. so who created him?

Truthism.com - Your #1 Source for the Truth <------ for all i fucking know that could be true
Yes. We can't "know" absolutely if this is the truth or not. (I read the entire webpage) but we can take the information provided (by this website, Icke, et al.) into consideration and form our own independent theories.
Honestly, I can not disprove any of it, and a great deal of it has been "claimed to be the truth" by others (including freemasons*) for many years and is typically called the "Illuminati conspiracy theory". The problem I see is that almost every quote is taken from Amitakh Stanford **

*as the writer may have been a freemason
**the writer has clearly been scorned by a woman....
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Another thing that makes women insufferable is the fact that they are, essentially, babies. That is, they possess the emotional maturity of a 4-year-old boy. Women cry, throw fits, and need men to take care of them.
Um, adults shouldn't need other people to take care of them.

All in all, women promote the enslavement, rather than the liberation, of humanity. It's bad enough that aliens and the elite already control us. Now, throw women into the equation and you have absolute misery. They are like sheep dogs helping out a shepherd (hence the term "bitch," in case you didn't know).
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haha Holy cow that website is awesome.
Yeah. Some of it is awesomely laughable; The "inner sun"? Geologists call the "inner sun" we study here on earth "a core of molten Iron", but to each his own, I guess.

Again, I can not disprove the existence of Reptillians just as I can not disprove the existence of Angels.
I do like this author's ability to present ideas like this: "Humanity does not live in reality, but rather, in sub-reality. People spend most of their time denying the truth, not seeing things for what they actually are. Initially, their intuition may give them the correct interpretation of something. But then, their social conditioning overrides their intuition, molding that thing into what society wants them to think it is. Thus, they are not able to think for themselves or interpret reality correctly." but the site seems to fall apart at the end and lacks any real "proof" of claims.
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Now I know who my write-in on the ballot is going to be this November. Odin.

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I think this is the first time I have posted here, I see it's like 93 pages long so I figured it was time I checked in.

My religion, NO HATING.........

Me too.

---Finally my favorite sentence from that webpage above:
"In other words, religious texts as well as scientific evidence are both merely illusions, courtesy of Earth's alien controllers."


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Sounds like someone is trying to fit their old karmic belief system into their new christian belief system

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That raises a question. How can a loving, caring, merciful god do such?

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I believe in the Lord Jesus Christ.
AKA Yeshua, His real name.

And here is just a handful of facts/opinions/truths I have discovered that point to my beliefs.


I find it takes much more faith to be an atheist or to not have an answer at all.
The fact is, we're here. We came from something, not nothing. Nothing cannot come from nothing. Every theory in existence cannot explain it's predecessor. Big bang, primordial soup, etc.
Evolution is the biggest joke played on humanity, and with just a little research you can easily find this to be true. In fact nothing we know or have ever known has come from nothing. (please tell me one thing that just was[except for God])
Unfortunately people are now taught growing up that it is true. It is so ingrained into our educational system people accept it as fact!
And try getting someone to believe otherwise is (even though the facts are all in plain site) is next to impossible.

That is one major problem the actual truth faces; people are reluctant to attempt further research due to contentment in their current beliefs.
Even getting the majority to read this long winded post is a feat. And the rest may be in denial. Sound bigoted yet? (i love that card! as if there is no such thing as objective truth!) (which is another silly philosophy abroad: that there is no such thing as truth! lol)

For me it was never really hard to determine God's existence, His fingerprint, if you will, is written all over creation. Fractals are a perfect example. Everything contains these same spirals. See http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...MtdduoP-6tqPHA

From the cells to the cosmos.


In fact...
Here are 13 flaws to atheism: 13 Flaws to Atheism - SparklyWater
(Written by Richard Dawkins)

At the time of this writing, approximately ten percent of the world's
population is atheistic, that is, they don't belive in the existence of a
Supreme Being. Depending on where you live, the odds of your running into an
atheist might be greater or less that that, and the chances that you will
know that quality about him will probably be even smaller. Atheism, like
conservatism or liberalism, is a private decision, and unless he has a
reason to let you know his position on the subject, he's perfectly within
his rights to keep the matter to himself. Or he might be among those who
feel the need to openly express their atheism, whether it be for the purpose
of constructively sharing ideas or trying to convince you to change your own
beliefs.
Over the past five years, I've spent a considerable portion of my free time
discussing and debating politics and religion on Internet message boards.
During such exchanges, I have learned that atheists tend to gravitate toward
a collection of basic arguments, both offensive and defensive, that they
feel best supports their conclusion that there is no God. On the surface,
some of these arguments appear quite good and even potentially convincing.
But on closer examination, they each fall apart, usually of their own
weight.
Below is a short list of arguments that atheists often use when either
defending their own belief system or criticising those of Christians. Each
is followed by my own counter-argument, explaining why their reasoning-and
ultimately their conclusion about God-is flawed.
1. "Atheism isn't a belief, but the lack of a belief."
This is what I call the "single definition" of atheism. It is the
cornerstone of most atheistic defenses. Atheists like to use this definition
because they feel that it protects them from certain criticisms from
Christians and other theists. For example, if atheism is a lack of a belief,
then atheists can't be criticized for believing anything. This simple idea
is a powerful weapon for atheists on message boards. It is, however, wrong.
Since there is (currently) no scientifically verifiable evidence to support
either side of the God question, both theism and atheism have to be called
beliefs. Just as theism is a belief that there is a God, atheism is the
belief that there isn't. Atheism, therefore, is not immune to the criticisms
that other belief systems might draw.
2. "Atheism is not a-or has no-philosophy."
This is not true. Atheists believe that there is no God. Therefore, they
believe that all decisions made by the individual, the family and the
government should be made without regard to religious dogma. That is a
philosophy. This is true regardless of anecdotal incidents when atheists,
for ulterior motives, say that it's okay for certain people to believe in
God, e.g., "I'm in favor of the citizens of such-and-such country believing
in God if it will keep them from slaughtering each other." These are
actually exceptions that prove the rule, since they are always under unusual
circumstances. The basic atheistic philosophy remains intact. Even when an
atheist says, "I don't care if other people believe in God or not," he's
merely expressing an isolationist viewpoint toward a philosophy that he
still applies to himself. Otherwise, he wouldn't be an atheist, for no
atheist will follow any religious dogma.
3. "Atheism is supported by science."
Again, this is not true. Because no scientifically verifiable evidence
exists on either side of the God question, science can't even address the
issue, let alone reach any conclusion.
4. "Atheism is supported by logic."
Not only is this wrong, just the opposite is true. In logic, it's
impossible to prove a negative, that is, prove that a God Who Can Do
Anything doesn't exist. When someone claims he is an atheist, he is in
effect claiming to have proven a negative (at least to himself)-which is a
logical impossibility. In terms of pure logic, the only viable alternative
to theism is actually agnosticism, which is the belief that the existence of
God cannot be known. But atheism runs counter to logic.
5. "The burden of proof is on theists."
No, it isn't. While the burden of proof might vary depending on whether
you're talking about science or law, in almost all instances, the burden of
proof lies with the deviation from the norm. A man who claims he can run a
mile in one minute-while the world's best atheletes can't break the
three-minute mark-has the burden of proving that he can do it. Right now,
about 90% of the world's population believes there is a Supreme Being. Plus,
throughout known history-even back to the days of the caveman-humans have
believed in some sort of God. These points are enough to clearly establish
theism as the normal state. It is therefore up to atheists to make their
case for the deviation.
6. "There is no evidence to support a belief in God."
Yes, there is. Testimonial evidence abounds. Millions claim that God has
touched their hearts, cured their illnesses and improved their lives.
Atheists refuse to acknowledge this evidence, because they accept only
scientifically verifiable evidence. This is a restriction that they have
chosen to place upon themselves, yet they demand that others do the same
thing, which is ridiculous. Atheists say that human testimony can't be
trusted because human senses can't be trusted. The fact that this twisted
logic effectively discounts all life experiences doesn't seem to phase
atheists in the least. It's yet another example of how atheism shuts down
the mind.
7. "Theists should believe in the Invisible Pink Unicorn."
This is in reference to something called the Invisible Pink Unicorn
Argument, an amusing little ditty that atheists enjoy bringing up from time
to time. The argument says that, since theists have no evidence that God
exists, then they can't discount the existence of other "fictitious" Gods,
such as-you guessed it-the Invisible Pink Unicorn. On closer examination,
this argument actually goes against atheists. As I mentioned above, theists
accept the testimony of others as valid evidence for the existence of God.
Literally millions of people believe in God, pray to Him, worship Him, and
claim that He has cured their illnesses and changed their lives. This can't
be said of the Invisible Pink Unicorn, so theists don't believe in it. On
the other hand, since atheists reject testimonial evidence, it is they-and
not theists-who can't distinguish between the Unicorn and God.
8. "Religion is the major cause of war."
This is historically incorrect. When it comes to the causes of war,
religion comes after politics, economics, territory, natural resources and
greed. World leaders who want war have often tried to rally support from
their people by tying the effort to their religious beliefs, but that has
nothing to do with the real reasons for their wanting to go to war.
9. "The crusades and the inquisition show that Christianity is evil."
In any organization, there is the potential for corruption. Those events
took place at a time when the Bible was kept under lock and key within the
walls of the church. The public was not allowed to read it and had to depend
on their priests to do all Biblical interpretations. This was a system that
bred corruption. Dishonest priests would pander to dishonest rulers, and the
result was sometimes anything but religious. I agree with historians who say
that, had the Bible been available to the public, those events would've
never been allowed to happen.
10. "The majority of prisoners/criminals are theists."
This is a bogus argument for two reasons:
(1) Since 90% of the population is theistic, it's not statistically
surprising that the majority of people in any given institution would be
theists.
(2) The relevant surveys, taken within prison walls, are unreliable since
prisoners are known to give answers that they feel will put them in the best
light in the eyes of prison officials in particular and the public in
general. They know it's not going to help their chances for parole if they
claim to reject God, so they say they are theists.
11. "Christians have a higher divorce rate than do atheists."
Atheists who use this argument think that it illustrates how hypocritical
Christians are. But in reality, it shows just the opposite.
Atheists believe that morality is relative, that is, there is no absolute
"good" or "bad" behavior. Atheists therefore get to make up their own morals
to fit whatever lifestyle they desire. For example, if an atheistic husband
finds out his wife has been cheating on him, he has the option of deciding
that cheating is okay. The two of them might even decide to have an "open
marriage," in which both parties can freely enjoy extramarital affairs. With
a morality that can be changed to suit any set of circumstances, atheists
have fewer reasons to seek a divorce.
Christians, on the other hand, receive their morality from God via the
Bible. Those morals can't be augmented to suit the whims of the moment.
Infidelity and other such offenses are taken very seriously. After doing
what he can to save a marriage, sometimes a Christian literally has to
choose between following God or sticking with a spouse who wants to pursue
an ungodly lifestyle. Sometimes divorce is the only answer.
So, it is because of high Christian values-and not hypocrisy-that the
divorce rate is higher among Christians, while atheists have fewer divorces
because of their changeable standards of morality.
12. "Atheists do good deeds because it's the right thing to do, while
Christians do them because they want to get to heaven."
Both sides of this statement are wrong. Atheists believe in the
evolutionary theory that everything a person does can be linked to either
the drive to survive or the drive to reproduce. And they do mean everything.
They believe that a child loves his mother because the mother is needed for
survival; a man loves a woman because she can help him reproduce; people do
good deeds because it keeps them from being killed by those who might
otherwise dislike them; etc. Christians, on the other hand, do good deeds
through the compassion that is taught in the Bible. Going to heaven is
simply the icing on the cake.
13. "Can your all-powerful God create a rock that is too heavy for Him to
move?"
If you answer, "No," then the atheist will reply, "Then your God can't
create such a rock and therefore isn't all-powerful."
If you answer, "Yes," then the atheist will reply, "Then your God won't be
able to move the rock and therefore isn't all-powerful."
I've read a few long and complicated "answers" to this apparent dilemma,
but the fact is, the question itself is problematic, much like the question,
"Can God run and walk at the same time?" or even the often-quoted statement,
"Everything I say is a lie." (If everything I say is a lie, then that
statement itself is a lie, so I must therefore be telling the truth. But if
I'm telling the truth, then everything I say must be a lie, and we're back
to square one.) All three examples illustrate the limitations of the human
mind and its logic. The "rock" question doesn't say anything about the
nature of God nor His power, but our own inability to comprehend something
that is beyond our understanding.


Pretty rock solid for the rational thinker. I post this because it further solidifies my lifelong beliefs.
And I love the attachment I included. Makes perfect sense!

And that's not to mention Biblical prophecy. Which is the most accurate, as well numerous.
Here is a quick rundown of a current prophecy that has been fulfilled:




har·bin·ger
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noun
1.
a person who goes ahead and makes known the approach ofanother; herald.
2.
anything that foreshadows a future event; omen; sign: Frostis a harbinger of winter.




This is quite the interesting connection here, and I wanted to share with everyone.
In Isaiah 9 we read about a haughty nation, Israel, who after having their security breached boasts of rebuilding.
Instead of repenting and relying on God for protection and guidance, take it upon their "own" power to "fix" things.

They said, “The bricks have fallen, but we will build with dressed stones; the sycamores have been cut down, but we will put cedars in their place.”
-Isaiah 9:10

This arrogant public statement was actually manifestation of a curse from The Almighty.
Instead of seeing the breach as a warning to repentance, they stubbornly continued to turn to their own means for repair.
And instead of just replacing the damage, they declare a better replacement. (from bricks to stone, and from the basic sycamore to mighty cedars)

Quite a cocky statement in the face of destruction.

Here is where things get interesting.
People can speculate who...or what was behind 9/11
Many theories and ideas floating around...I have my own as you may too.
One thing we should all agree on is that God IS in final control, and something like 9/11 doesn't happen without God's intercession (or lack thereof)

So what are the 9 harbingers?
Well, you'll really have to search your own heart for the connection here, but all the evidence is in plain sight.

9/11 is quite possibly a fulfillment of prophecy.
And here's why:

"The bricks have fallen..."
Twin towers had bricks that fell. (yes, there were actual bricks)


How about the dressed (or hewn) stone?
Well, we cut stone from the mountains and used it at ground zero. First for the memorial.
But more importantly the cornerstone of the new tower was also hewn stone.



And the sycamore tree?
If you don't know, the tower falling actually knocked over a tree.
A sycamore at that.
And it's remains was turned into a memorial!

here's another sculptured memorial:



What about replacing with cedar?
Believe it or not, the exact hole of the sycamore was replaced with another tree.
Yes, in the world of trees...classified as a cedar:


And how about the public statement of defiance?

Coincidence?
Well if so, I hope J Edwards and Tom Daschle new that verse was a curse upon Israel and not a positive reference.
(one of which was spoken the day after 9/11, the other 3 year anniversary)
Still coincidence?

Of the verse and actual history that happened to Israel there are 9 of these.
And of 9/11 and what actually took place, we have the same 9.

In history.
Documented.
Real.

On a side note: the twin towers represented Americas financial power/strength. And 7 years to the day (Jewish calendar) our actual economy fell.
2008 the largest stock market crash to that date took place. The 7 years in Jewish religion is called a shmita; 6 years of work and harvest and the 7th is a sabbath year. All debts are cancelled, no work. So the towers were a sign..a warning. One that was not heeded. And to the exact day the economy then suffered. Coincidence?

As God sent a sign(s) this time, He gave us 9 pieces of evidence to go by.
I think that was for the nay sayers, who if deny this, must be living in a constant state of denial.
And that is really what this is all about. A country founded on Biblical standards has turned away and denied it's roots.
Pun intended.
You can dismiss this, you can even spend the next week trying to debunk the 9.
OR you can take it at face value.
(and let me say, I have been 3 weeks on the study of this. Having read "the harbinger" by Jonathan Cahn, 5 different translations of the Isaiah 9, numerous websites, and even video documentation and youtube. It is rock solid...so debunk away...I tried too)

I also think it is interesting that the verse is Isaiah 9:10.
And we all refer to the calamity here in America as 9/11.
That may be stretching things on my part.

Resources:http:bricks-hewn-stones-sycamores-and-cedars/
This one sums it up very well: http://www.holybible...-elliott-nesch/
The 9 Harbingers of Destruction happening here!! - thoughts.com ...



He that hath ears to hear, let him hear...

- As if our Lord had said, "These things are so clear and manifest that a man has only to hear them to be convinced and fully satisfied of their truth. But neither the Jews of that time nor of the succeeding times to the present day, have heard or considered, these things. When spoken to on these subjects, their common custom is to stop their ears, spit out, and blaspheme; this shows not only a bad, but a ruined cause. They are deeply and willfully blind. They will not come unto the light, lest their deeds should become manifest, that they are not wrought in God. They have ears but they will not hear."



Ok, let us check a few more points.

(this is especially great for people who know the Bible is real history but discredit the divinity of Jesus and/or God)

--->So we all know that much of the old testament is proven through history. Not the miracles and supernatural, but the events, people, and places.
We also know it was written before Jesus birth, by real people on real paper (stone, skin, etc)

--->We also know, as most of the world knows, that Jesus was a real person who lived and was crucified. Divinity aside.
We know of passed testimony, written documentation (non-Biblical) and historical locations that validate this.


I think most agnostics, atheists, Christians, and everyone in between can agree with these 2 points.

Now for some math
Probability folks!
It's how they run the lottery and such to make sure you never win. (roughly 18 million to 1, a conservative ratio!)

What about all those old testament prophecies of a coming Messiah? How many are there?

Here's just a few:

Born of a virgin (Isaiah 7 : 14; Matthew 1 : 21-23)
A descendant of Abraham (Genesis 12 : 1-3; 22 : 18; Matthew 1 : 1; Galatians 3 : 16)
Of the tribe of Judah (Genesis 49 : 10; Luke 3 : 23, 33; Hebrews 7 : 14)
Of the house of David (2 Samuel 7 : 12-16; Matthew 1 : 1)
Born in Bethlehem (Micah 5 : 2, Matthew 2 : 1; Luke 2 : 4-7)
Called out of Egypt (Hosea 11 : 1; Matthew 2 : 14-15)
Called a 'Nazarene.' (Matt. 2 : 23)
Hunted by a killer (Herod´s killing of the infants) (Jeremiah 31 : 15; Matthew 2 : 16-18)
Anointed by the Holy Spirit (Isaiah 11 : 2; Matthew 3 : 16-17)
Heralded by the messenger of the Lord (John the Baptist) (Isaiah 40 : 3-5; Malachi 3 : 1; Matthew 3 : 1-3)
Would perform miracles (Isaiah 35 : 5-6; Matthew 9 : 35)
Would preach good news (Isaiah 61 : 1; Luke 4 : 14-21)
Would minister in Galilee (Isaiah 9 : 1; Matthew 4 : 12-16)
Would cleanse the Temple (Malachi 3 : 1; Matthew 21 : 12-13)
Would first present Himself as King 173,880 days from the decree to rebuild Jerusalem (Daniel 9 : 25; Matthew 21 : 4-11)
Would enter Jerusalem as a king on a donkey (Zechariah 9 : 9; Matthew 21 : 4-9)
Would be rejected by Jews (Psalm 118 : 22; I Peter 2 : 7)
Would die a humiliating death (Psalm 22; Isaiah 53)
Would suffer rejection (Isaiah 53 : 3; John 1 : 10-11; 7 : 5, 48)
Would be betrayed by a friend (Psalm 41 : 9; Luke 22 : 3-4; John 13 : 18)
Would be sold for 30 pieces of silver (Zechariah 11 : 12; Matthew 26 : 14-15)
Would be silent before His accusers (Isaiah 53 : 7; Matthew 27 : 12-14)
Would be mocked (Psalm 22 : 7-8; Matthew 27 : 31)
Would be beaten (Isaiah 52 : 14; Matthew 27 : 26)
Would be spit upon (Isaiah 50 : 6; Matthew 27 : 30)
Would be pierced through His hands and feet (Psalm 22 : 16; Matthew 27 : 31)
Would be crucified with thieves (Isaiah 53 : 12; Matthew 27 : 38)
Would be praying for His persecutors (Isaiah 53 : 12; Luke 23 : 34)
Would be pierced in His side (Zechariah 12 : 10; John 19 : 34)
Would be given gall and vinegar to drink (Psalm 69 : 21, Matthew 27 : 34, Luke 23 : 36)
Would have no broken bones (Psalm 34 : 20; John 19 : 32-36)
Would cry out from the cross (Psalm 22 : 1, 8, 15-18; John 19 : 23-24))
Would be buried in a rich man’s tomb (Isaiah 53 : 9; Matthew 27 : 57-60)
Would rise from the dead! (Psalm 16 : 10; Mark 16 : 6; Acts 2 : 31)
Would ascend into Heaven (Psalm 68 : 18; Acts 1 : 9)
Would sit down at the right hand of God (Psalm 110 : 1; Hebrews 1 : 3 -http://www.thoughts....by-jesus-christ


Couldn’t Someone Just Write These Down and Pretend They Were Written Earlier?

Many people who do not believe in the Bible say this. However, manuscripts have been found that confirm that these various prophecies were written down 400-1,000 years before they actually occurred. The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls put to rest most of such idle talk. -http://www.clarifyin...rophecies.shtml

Now those are all confirmed in the new testament as being fulfilled by one man, Jesus.
Yes, some are by faith, but most are proven history!

And here is the beauty of all this:
If only 8 of those were fulfilled the odds would be 100 trillion to 1.
thats 1 in 1016

Wait what?

Look here: http://www.google.co...apq8aCJFnQ638ng
or here: How Many Bible prophecies Did Jesus Fulfill?


Now thats pretty simple math.
Whats more is that Jesus didn't fulfill 8 old testament prophecies.
He filled more than 100! (some say even 300+, but the impossibility of 100 is fine for me)

And again, these fulfilled prophecies are backed by history! Aside from the Bible!!!
Please see alternate sources of Jesus life here: Jesus according to sources outside the Bible
and here: Non-biblical accounts of New Testament events and/or people
Here: Extrabiblical, Non-Christian Witnesses to Jesus

or here: Ancient Evidence for Jesus from Non-Christian Sources

Or just flip on the History channel. They may lie and distort the truth, but they admit more than enough fulfilled prophecy to create another staggering ratio.
Remember, just 8 would be 1 in a trillion! Thats over 5 million times harder than winning the lottery.

And the only argument against this that seemingly holds water is that the apostles, friends, and family of Jesus knew the old testament so well that they did the things to fulfill them purposely. If you can believe that, lets get some people together and write our own page in history! LMAO

Of course since I love being so durn conservative, and still coming out WAY on top, let's give the friends and family 75 out of 100 as self-fulfilled fallacies.
Highly unlikely, but it still leaves 25 (actually more) coincidental fulfillments!

It is a coincidence that BLOWS AWAY the similar coincidences that make casinos rich
Amazingly, the riches of this scenario are in your favor!


Sorry if I have some errors, I am working on 2hrs sleep.
All this information can be referenced for one who wants to dig deeper.

The world is largely under deception, and it comes at no surprise there are fewer and fewer believers.
But the truth is out there, I found it and I believe! It is hard not to believe. Short of laziness to seek (complacency), a life of being fed misinformation, or denial...there's no denying the truth!

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It is entirely possible that we are each the gods of our own individual universes.
Nobody else has our exact perspective or our particular bank of memories.
We each have the capability to create or destroy life through procreation or destruction. And most importantly, we are able to achive altered states of consciousness to obtain insight and enlightenment from within ourselves.
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In college I had prolonged debate with one of my friend's room mates. The premise of the debate was originally whether there is or there isn't a god, and came about while some alcohol and other "mind expanding" substances were involved.

To turn up the level of ridiculousness, I asked Steven (who the hell insists on steven instead of steve anyway?) to disprove my statement, that I am in fact GOD.

After on and off discussion that lasted over 3 semesters the guy still would not admit that I am god (ignorant bastard) but he did decide that I was the devi

In the years since, he joined a cult, left it, and afaik still lives with his parents.

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I wasn't expecting it to go over well.
I also expected no refutation.

Notice how none of you logically disproved a single line?

That's the same theme everywhere you go.
People spout off a bunch of nonsense and can't bring a logical defense to accompany it.

Not fighting words, rational debates.
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