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golfboy » 12 Oct 2015 8:50 pm wrote:
Strange how often that old book of fables turns out to be right.

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Yep, I got taken in... didn't follow that site back to it's source. :oops:


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Regardless of the spiritual context with in the bible.. These fools dismiss the fact after the light of the world fell (Rome) .. It was the Christian monks who kept literacy alive in the west. It was the Christian monks who set up sanctuaries for the poor and sick.during some of the worst times in the medieval era. It was the christian monks who paved the way for the renaissance to happen. Even with the catholic church persecuting people of knowledge, the monks were the one who copied classical writings to give them the foundation for the new knowledge .

They harp on things like the crusades and how native Americans were treated by missionaries. They fail to realize that up until a century or two ago that was simply the way things were done by everyone. At least the missionaries did intend to.save .souls.

You know read an article or.hear that religion has killed more people then any other cause. Well ww2 caused the deaths of two hundred million people.. The mongols killed sixty to a hundred million people.

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Actually, it was the muslims who kept art and science alive. Their mathematics powered our drive to the moon. Without arabic numerals, it would have taken this long to get out of low earth orbit: VVXIVCCCCIXVIIIVCIXXXIVCCCVIXXXICVVVICXXXXICIVIVICIXXXICIVIVIVIVIXICICIVIVICIXIXICICIIVXVZXVXCVCVCXIIXIICVIICIVICXIXIXIICIVIVIXIXICVICIXIIXIV.

You know if you want to give credit were credit is due you better give it to Nazi Germany and the soviet union . If it were not for operation paper clip we would not have had the know how.. without the red scare and the space race we would not have had the motivation.

This is for the religion haters that are to fucking stupid to realize how much religion has influenced both the spirituality of people and helped progress the world forward.

When they speak of religion and science in the same sentence they seem to take a biased approach .. not caring to get the entire picture.

The Preservation of Literature

The preservation of what classical Latin works that we do possess was almost entirely down to the Christian church. It helped in a number of ways:
1.It preserved the use of the Latin language and hence ensured that classical works could continue to be used and understood;
2.Its monks copied texts as they wore out. Not a single complete text survives from Roman times but instead those we possess were recopied from the ninth century in monastery scriptoria.
3.As Christianity is a highly literary religion it had to ensure that enough people remained literate in order to use sacred texts. This naturally spilled over into secular work as well.
4.The monastic libraries were safe havens for valuable and delicate manuscripts that Christian raiders (though not pagan ones like the Vikings) generally left alone.

It might be claimed that as the Church was the only institution that contained people able to read and write it is hardly surprising that the Latin that survived was in their hands. This misses the point. There is no evidence that the church was in any way jealous of its learning and anyone who paid could have received an education. But among the upper class warriors of the Franks, Saxons and Goths there was simply no such desire until Charlemagne encouraged them in the ninth century. For this reason, had the church not occupied its unifying, educational and preserving role no other institution would have done so. The amount of classical Latin literature that has come down to us is a pitiful remnant of what there once was, but we can thank the church for what we have.


Below is something I came across a year or so ago talking about the rise of Islam in the seventh century ......

On the other hand, one can also say that the Babylonians are the ones who invented the algebra, if only for the fact that they are the first to utilize early forms of algebraic equations. Their contribution to algebra may not be as vast as the Arabs, who literally shaped much of what algebra is today, but Babylonians were the first people to solve problems with the use of operations that can be considered as algebraic hence their contested designation as the ones who invented algebra.


I thought this to be freaking cool man ... one of the oldest civilizations known to exist, used complex math . What I mean by complex is they were not simply using tally marks ..

Btw

This is not an argument mother fucker ... just an informative copy paste on what we both said for anyone who cares......

. The Renaissance's intellectual basis was humanism, derived from the rediscovery of classical Greek philosophy, such as that of Protagoras, who said, that "Man is the measure of all things." This new thinking became manifest in art, architecture, politics, science and literature. Early examples were the development of perspective in oil painting and the recycled knowledge of how to make concrete. Although the invention of metal movable type sped the dissemination of ideas from the later 15th century, the changes of the Renaissance were not uniformly experienced across Europe.

As a cultural movement, it encompassed innovative flowering of Latin and vernacular literatures, beginning with the 14th century resurgence of learning based on classical sources, which contemporaries credited to Petrarch; the development of linear perspective and other techniques of rendering a more natural reality in painting; and gradual but widespread educational reform. In politics, the Renaissance contributed to the development of the customs and conventions of diplomacy, and in science to an increased reliance on observation and inductive reasoning. Although the Renaissance saw revolutions in many intellectual pursuits, as well as social and political upheaval, it is perhaps best known for its artistic developments and the contributions of such polymaths as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, who inspired the term "Renaissance man".[2][3]


. In stark contrast to the High Middle Ages, when Latin scholars focused almost entirely on studying Greek and Arabic works of natural science, philosophy and mathematics,[25] Renaissance scholars were most interested in recovering and studying Latin and Greek literary, historical, and oratorical texts. Broadly speaking, this began in the 14th century with a Latin phase, when Renaissance scholars such as Petrarch, Coluccio Salutati (1331–1406), Niccolò de' Niccoli (1364–1437) and Poggio Bracciolini (1380–1459 AD) scoured the libraries of Europe in search of works by such Latin authors as Cicero, Lucretius, Livy and Seneca.[26] By the early 15th century, the bulk of such Latin literature had been recovered; the Greek phase of Renaissance humanism was now under way, as Western European scholars turned to recovering ancient Greek literary, historical, oratorical and theological texts.[27]

Unlike the case of those Latin texts, which had been preserved and studied in Western Europe since late antiquity, the study of ancient Greek texts was very limited in medieval Western Europe. Ancient Greek works on science, maths and philosophy had been studied since the High Middle Ages in Western Europe and in the medieval Islamic world (normally in translation), but Greek literary, oratorical and historical works (such as Homer, the Greek dramatists, Demosthenes and Thucydides and so forth), were not studied in either the Latin or medieval Islamic worlds; in the Middle Ages these sorts of texts were only studied by Byzantine scholars. One of the greatest achievements of Renaissance scholars was to bring this entire class of Greek cultural works back into Western Europe for the first time since late antiquity. This movement to reintegrate the regular study of Greek literary, historical, oratorical and theological texts back into the Western European curriculum is usually dated to Coluccio Salutati's invitation to the Byzantine diplomat and scholar Manuel Chrysoloras (c.1355–1415) to Florence to teach Greek.[28] This legacy was continued by a number of expatriate Greek scholars, from Basilios Bessarion to Leo Allatius.


I just love this stuff.. If I ever find an active World history forum this place might have some competition for my posting time... Just saying nucka..
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Rebel » 20 Oct 2015 8:21 pm wrote:
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Very little, and nothing of any real significance.


The fact all first world nations besides Japan and China have been heavily influenced by the Christian bible is irrelevant to you right?

The greatest nation in the world was influenced into an illegitimate war that killed many tens of thousands and greatly enriched a very few. What's your point?

Ok .. and that is somehow different from any other war fought since the beginning of fucking time?

You know what just mentioned does not mean shit in the grand scheme of things. You know that right? In a hundred years this will not be shit. It will be similar to one of those British escapades into Africa where they fought the Zulu tribe using cartridge ammunition while the Zulu warriors were using still using spears. No one will be talking about it....

I hope you know the significance of the British using cartridge ammunition as opposed to powdered muskets and why I made that particular point.


Now you see how I was courtesy and answered your dumb ass deflection.

Why don't you do the proper thing and address the original point I made or just simply shut the fuck up.



You would have been better off pointing out how I misspelled Christian ....
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Southern indep » 20 Oct 2015 10:40 pm wrote:
You know if you want to give credit were credit is due you better give it to Nazi Germany and the soviet union . If it were not for operation paper clip we would not have had the know how.. without the red scare and the space race we would not have had the motivation.

This is for the religion haters that are to fucking stupid to realize how much religion has influenced both the spirituality of people and helped progress the world forward.

When they speak of religion and science in the same sentence they seem to take a biased approach .. not caring to get the entire picture.


Below is something I came across a year or so ago talking about the rise of Islam in the seventh century ......


I thought this to be freaking cool man ... one of the oldest civilizations known to exist, used complex math . What I mean by complex is they were not simply using tally marks ..

Btw

This is not an argument mother fucker ... just an informative copy paste on what we both said for anyone who cares......

I just love this stuff.. If I ever find an active World history forum this place might have some competition for my posting time... Just saying nucka..


That is all very good shit.

May the Lord bless and keep you. :)
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danobivins » 20 Oct 2015 8:43 pm wrote:
By the way, Japan is shinto/budhist, and China is atheist/communist. Christianity in those countries is virtually non-existent.


Ohhhhhhh China isn't really Communist anymore. It's just a Communist party that rules a hybrid capitalist/socialist economy. Communism in name only.
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Oh gee!! Another God is dead nonsense!!!!

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That's the jew god, sonny. Christ is risen. He only played like he was with that dickweed because everyone was so scared of the dickweed.

Your theology is weird. You ignore the trinity and what John 1 says. That Jesus came into the world and the world was made through Him and the world knew Him not.
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Your theology is weird. You ignore the trinity and what John 1 says. That Jesus came into the world and the world was made through Him and the world knew Him not.


I knew John 1. John 1 AND John 2. Liked em both.

You're no John 1, Senator. (Yes, I know 1&2 refer to epistles, not Johns So make it John the Revelator and John the Baptist).

I got Jehova in a flying saucer, one among many, and more of a prick than most of the space snakes. I got them fleeing underground after they made the belt of water that circled the earth fall for 40 days and 40 nights, sinking Atlantis and ruining earth, causing ALL life to live 10% of its former span due to radiation - which is where the dinos went. Theynever left - they just don;t get big and need after market parts anymore. If you let a chameleon hit 300 pounds, he'll sprout a fuckin spoiler, son. At 600 he gets frills and gills and possibly rills. It's called morpho-genetic resonance, if my ape brain serves me.

I got jehova making us from the hominids they found when they wrecked here - and his buddies/fellow castaways doing the same, each creating a slightly different variation. I got the blacks being shipped in from alpha centauri - taking THEIR word for that.

I got Jesus as a secret agent, driving a wedge between the snake jehova and the folks he came to save - lying because that jehova murderer had everyone TERRIFIED. I got provocateurs planting clues in scripture centuries earlier, SPECIFICALLY so that Jesus could pull that off when the time came.

Yeah - I'd have to say that is some wierd cosmology, son - but it;s MY cosmology, at least until breakfast.
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golfboy » 12 Oct 2015 8:50 pm wrote:
Strange how often that old book of fables turns out to be right.
"Egypt’s Antiquities Ministry announced this morning that a team of underwater archaeologists had discovered that remains of a large Egyptian army from the 14th century BC, at the bottom of the Gulf of Suez, 1.5 kilometers offshore from the modern city of Ras Gharib. The team was searching for the remains of ancient ships and artifacts related to Stone Age and Bronze Age trade in the Red Sea area, when they stumbled upon a gigantic mass of human bones darkened by age.

The scientists lead by Professor Abdel Muhammad Gader and associated with Cairo University’s Faculty of Archaeology, have already recovered a total of more than 400 different skeletons, as well as hundreds of weapons and pieces of armor, also the remains of two war chariots, scattered over an area of approximately 200 square meters. They estimate that more than 5000 other bodies could be dispersed over a wider area, suggesting that an army of large size who have perished on the site.

"Many clues on the site have brought Professor Gader and his team to conclude that the bodies could be linked to the famous episode of the Exodus. First of all, the ancient soldiers seem to have died on dry ground, since no traces of boats or ships have been found in the area. The positions of the bodies and the fact that they were stuck in a vast quantity of clay and rock, implie that they could have died in a mudslide or a tidal wave.

The shear number of bodies suggests that a large ancient army perished on the site and the dramatic way by which they were killed, both seem to corroborate the biblical version of the Red Sea Crossing, when the army of the Egyptian Pharaoh was destroyed by the returning waters that Moses had parted. This new find certainly proves that there was indeed an Egyptian army of large size that was destroyed by the waters of the Red Sea during the reign of King Akhenaten.

For centuries, the famous biblical account of the “Red Sea Crossing” was dismissed by most scholars and historians as more symbolic than historical."


http://www.disclose.tv/news/red_sea_arc ... dus/123111


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Southern indep » 20 Oct 2015 11:10 pm wrote:
Rebel » 20 Oct 2015 8:21 pm wrote:
Southern indep » 20 Oct 2015 10:31 am wrote:

The fact all first world nations besides Japan and China have been heavily influenced by the Christian bible is irrelevant to you right?

The greatest nation in the world was influenced into an illegitimate war that killed many tens of thousands and greatly enriched a very few. What's your point?

Ok .. and that is somehow different from any other war fought since the beginning of fucking time?

You know what just mentioned does not mean shit in the grand scheme of things. You know that right? In a hundred years this will not be shit. It will be similar to one of those British escapades into Africa where they fought the Zulu tribe using cartridge ammunition while the Zulu warriors were using still using spears. No one will be talking about it....

I hope you know the significance of the British using cartridge ammunition as opposed to powdered muskets and why I made that particular point.

Now you see how I was courtesy and answered your dumb ass deflection.

Why don't you do the proper thing and address the original point I made or just simply shut the fuck up.


You would have been better off pointing out how I misspelled Christian ....

The influence the bible has had on various cultures is in no way testament to whether or not the contents are factual. And there is virtually zero evidence to support nearly all of it's key elements. Furthermore, to believe in the bible in it's entirety is to believe that the Earth is a mere 6000 years old, which has been thoroughly debunked by science.
The fact that the number of professed christians is declining not just in the USA but in all of the developed nations goes to show that mythology can only hold sway over people for so long before being rejected for the being exactly what it is.
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Cannonpointer » 21 Oct 2015 4:11 am wrote:
Sgt Bilko » 21 Oct 2015 3:55 am wrote:
Your theology is weird. You ignore the trinity and what John 1 says. That Jesus came into the world and the world was made through Him and the world knew Him not.


I knew John 1. John 1 AND John 2. Liked em both.

You're no John 1, Senator. (Yes, I know 1&2 refer to epistles, not Johns So make it John the Revelator and John the Baptist).

I got Jehova in a flying saucer, one among many, and more of a prick than most of the space snakes. I got them fleeing underground after they made the belt of water that circled the earth fall for 40 days and 40 nights, sinking Atlantis and ruining earth, causing ALL life to live 10% of its former span due to radiation - which is where the dinos went. Theynever left - they just don;t get big and need after market parts anymore. If you let a chameleon hit 300 pounds, he'll sprout a fuckin spoiler, son. At 600 he gets frills and gills and possibly rills. It's called morpho-genetic resonance, if my ape brain serves me.

I got jehova making us from the hominids they found when they wrecked here - and his buddies/fellow castaways doing the same, each creating a slightly different variation. I got the blacks being shipped in from alpha centauri - taking THEIR word for that.

I got Jesus as a secret agent, driving a wedge between the snake jehova and the folks he came to save - lying because that jehova murderer had everyone TERRIFIED. I got provocateurs planting clues in scripture centuries earlier, SPECIFICALLY so that Jesus could pull that off when the time came.

Yeah - I'd have to say that is some wierd cosmology, son - but it;s MY cosmology, at least until breakfast.

Your are a creative wing nut. Assuming that is your true beliefs then you are going to have to follow L. Ron Hubbard in creating your own religion. What will you call it?

PS: Jehova is incorrect. It is the English version of the Latin Vulgate version of the Hebrew language original Old Testament. Latin does not have a Y or W. The Y sound in Latin uses J and the W sound V. Therefore the correct spelling should be Yehowah.
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golfboy » 12 Oct 2015 8:50 pm wrote:
Strange how often that old book of fables turns out to be right.

http://www.disclose.tv/news/red_sea_arc ... dus/123111


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Fake Muslim Broad » 21 Oct 2015 4:56 am wrote:
golfboy » 12 Oct 2015 8:50 pm wrote:
Strange how often that old book of fables turns out to be right.

http://www.disclose.tv/news/red_sea_arc ... dus/123111


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ES » 07 Oct 2014 11:23 am wrote:
I've been doing face plants before your lies ever darkened any political forum.

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Facts suck when you're a progressive.

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British invented English, you know.
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"Now I am understand". Enough said.


Everybody now "am understand" that YOU are the stupid ass, shill.

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golfboy » 21 Oct 2015 2:42 pm wrote:
"Now I am understand". Enough said.


Everybody now "am understand" that YOU are the stupid ass, shill.

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ES » 07 Oct 2014 11:23 am wrote:
I've been doing face plants before your lies ever darkened any political forum.

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Facts suck when you're a progressive.

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British invented English, you know.
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Rebel » 21 Oct 2015 5:31 am wrote:
Southern indep » 20 Oct 2015 11:10 pm wrote:
Rebel » 20 Oct 2015 8:21 pm wrote:
The greatest nation in the world was influenced into an illegitimate war that killed many tens of thousands and greatly enriched a very few. What's your point?

Ok .. and that is somehow different from any other war fought since the beginning of fucking time?

You know what just mentioned does not mean shit in the grand scheme of things. You know that right? In a hundred years this will not be shit. It will be similar to one of those British escapades into Africa where they fought the Zulu tribe using cartridge ammunition while the Zulu warriors were using still using spears. No one will be talking about it....

I hope you know the significance of the British using cartridge ammunition as opposed to powdered muskets and why I made that particular point.

Now you see how I was courtesy and answered your dumb ass deflection.

Why don't you do the proper thing and address the original point I made or just simply shut the fuck up.


You would have been better off pointing out how I misspelled Christian ....

The influence the bible has had on various cultures is in no way testament to whether or not the contents are factual. And there is virtually zero evidence to support nearly all of it's key elements. Furthermore, to believe in the bible in it's entirety is to believe that the Earth is a mere 6000 years old, which has been thoroughly debunked by science.
The fact that the number of professed christians is declining not just in the USA but in all of the developed nations goes to show that mythology can only hold sway over people for so long before being rejected for the being exactly what it is.

Your assertions are just your beliefs. Quit proselytizing your religion! You just keep ranting your religious beliefs!

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Sgt Bilko » 21 Oct 2015 4:57 pm wrote:
Your assertions are just your beliefs. Quit proselytizing your religion! You just keep ranting your religious beliefs!

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An atheist does not have a belief, by definition an atheist is someone who doesnt believe in invisible blue eyed, blonde haired MIDDLE EASTERN MAN :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Sgt Bilko » 21 Oct 2015 6:49 am wrote:
Your are a creative wing nut. Assuming that is your true beliefs then you are going to have to follow L. Ron Hubbard in creating your own religion. What will you call it?

PS: Jehova is incorrect. It is the English version of the Latin Vulgate version of the Hebrew language original Old Testament. Latin does not have a Y or W. The Y sound in Latin uses J and the W sound V. Therefore the correct spelling should be Yehowah.


I'll die of thirst waiting for the day you have anything to teach me about scripture, sonny. I'm well aware of hebrew vowels or the lack thereof and of the YHVH business. There is no wrong way to say that guy's name - he's not around to complain.

Or perhaps he is - there ARE lots of folks being massacred - certainly LOOKS like that sick bastard's work.
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Cannonpointer » 21 Oct 2015 5:08 pm wrote:

I'll die of thirst waiting for the day you have anything to teach me about scripture, sonny. I'm well aware of hebrew vowels or the lack thereof and of the YHVH business. There is no wrong way to say that guy's name - he's not around to complain.

Or perhaps he is - there ARE lots of folks being massacred - certainly LOOKS like that sick bastard's work.


You dont actually believe in sky man, do you...you dont, right
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  8,034 21 Oct 2015, 5:50 pm

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Nightmare » 21 Oct 2015 5:38 pm wrote:
Cannonpointer » 21 Oct 2015 5:08 pm wrote:

I'll die of thirst waiting for the day you have anything to teach me about scripture, sonny. I'm well aware of hebrew vowels or the lack thereof and of the YHVH business. There is no wrong way to say that guy's name - he's not around to complain.

Or perhaps he is - there ARE lots of folks being massacred - certainly LOOKS like that sick bastard's work.


You dont actually believe in sky man, do you...you dont, right

I do. God is good every day. I don't believe in the bullshit some of the new cons spew about Jesus. He was definitely a liberal.
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