Hypocrites can't change this

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Let’s end it once and for all. Anti-Christians who do not want anything Christian said, displayed, etc., are hypocrites. Every day they use a Christian item, and they cannot live without it. It is the calendar – the Gregorian, Christian calendar. Period. If they want to change anything, let them try to change the calendar! Ha!

Carlo Bracci


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howcanweknow 01/08/12 - 05:07 pm
OPJ, big words, little

OPJ, big words, little meaning.

Nothing pedantic here. Just simply logic. 1+1 does indeed = 2.

If you say someone is "horrible", then logically, you are imposing a self-made standard of morality or decency upon others.

That makes you judgmental or self-righteous, pedantic or not. But, I doubt you are "horrible" like others you have labeled.

OJP 01/08/12 - 05:27 pm
howcanweknow: Pinning down a


Pinning down a universal definition of a word is just as impossible as proving that 1+1=2. Neither can be done - but that is irrelevant: few people dispute that 1+1=2 and few people are actually ignorant of the definition of "horrible".

I'm not sure why you're taking this so personally (as if I said the only horrible people are Christians).

And I am certainly not self-righteous, although I don't dispute being judgmental (however, judging is not necessarily a bad thing).


InChristLove 01/08/12 - 05:43 pm
Well OPJ, I’m not a wagering

Well OPJ, I’m not a wagering kind of person so you are entitled to your opinion but the statement cannot be absurd really. I really don’t think you are in a position to contradict my statement though, since your statement is based on an opinion you’re bold enough to wager on (there’s always the chance you could lose) and since I am the one who knows the non-believers who have such a hatred for Christianity that they eat, drink, and breathe anything negative towards God or Christianity, we will leave it at that.

In today’s time, it is hard to know who is really making facetious statements and who is truly that confused. So I apologize if I didn’t understand your meaning or “get your drift” as they us to say. As for the “No True Scotsman” argument…..never heard that before but I believe I understand the meaning. Although you don’t agree, doesn’t mean my statement is not true. To me, it only goes to show that someone can call themselves a “Christian” and you would readily believe them. Education on what true Christianity is and how those who choose to follow Christ should act would dispel that confusion. Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord is not a child of God.

Iwannakno 01/08/12 - 10:11 pm
I am a atheist that has no

I am a atheist that has no problems with churches and citizens displaying any christian theme or symbol they want...on private property. I do not believe governments (local or nationally) should be in the business of displaying religious based decorations unless they are giving everyone that works in that place equality in display...I bet no Christian wants that.

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