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Best Answer Austinstar says
this is the biggest B.S I've ever heard. You're clearly misinformed as to what Christians believe.
Fardmir - you are such a gullible little troll. Why don't you tell us what Christians believe then? Yes, please INFORM me. (or just keep insulting me - your choice).
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Vladimir Karas says
Aha! That is the crux of the problem. Some of these religious folk will just NOT keep their opinions to themselves. Even if you ask them nicely. Even when you ask them forcefully. Even when you try to ignore them. They just won't STFU!
Lela - You know, it's actually fun to see them agonizing over the fact that they are not recognized as an "authority". I have seen enough of these defensive comments to come to such conclusion. .
It is fun! :-) There are a couple of nuts around here that constantly amuse me. They continously put targets up in front of their own faces.
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Michael Ward says
They do tend to believe in conspiracy theories. Sometimes it seems as if they believe in the most absurd conspiracies ever. And once their mind is convinced, they are completely closed to evidence contrary to their beliefs. I find it quite bizarre.
First off, you are phrasing it negatively. "do bad, get bad". Why not just teach children that there are CONSEQUENCES to actions - both "bad" and good. This is a much better lesson than meeting "bad" with "bad".
The question asks about negativity so I answered it accordingly. And I wouldn't teach a child there are negative consequences to good actions. That would be discouraging and confusing.
Do you not understand that CONSEQUENCES can be good? or bad? The consequences of taking the correct medicine can be the saving of your life. The problem a lot of people have is jumping to "wrong" conclusions about things.
I distinctly wrote the word "negative" and you are simply being annoying. You just want to argue and I'm done with you. My intention was to answer a question, not argue!
Your conclusion verifies my point about people jumpng to conclusions about things. I was trying to give you a different perspective and you concluded that i am arguing with you.
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