Top Ten Signs That Your An Insane Christian


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"Top Ten Signs That Your An Insane Christian"

And that would make you an insane what? Troll?

Don't bother, no habla insane athiest.
 
and here is the poster boy for insane Christians..... Fred Phelps of the WBC


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As a Christian, you will be happy to know that I scored 0 out of 10 on your "test."

I am happy to say that I needed to look up Fred Phelps to understand your possible point here.
In a world where it is easy to associate and generalize, I think I can go out on a limb and say that Ol' Fred does not speak for my beliefs as well as the beliefs of many other Christians.

Religion itself has no immunity and can be used as a vehicle for hate, anger, greed, and disrespect just like anything else in life can.
It's easy to throw the baby out with the bathwater when it's something we don't like.
 
What an idiot! -Doc

Which, Phelps or anyone who scores anything on the test?

The test is a pretty fair one. I have met people who match one or more of the test questions.
I'm a Christian as well and let me tell you that the people that met any of the criteria on this "test" were difficult to talk to, much less have a conversation with.

The extremes listed here do exist, but it's an incredibly small percentage of people that follow any of those beliefs.
 
wow i got 6 out of 10 i beleve in only God. I believe in the virgin birth,i believe in he11, i believe that God made man, i believe in the trinity of God. I believe God made the heavens and the earth.that is what a christian believes.
 
Well, I kind of wonder where that puts me then since I believe that everyone has a right to their belief but not to force that belief on someone else.
 
Well 1-3 are not me but the rest are so I am happy to reply that I am an "insane" Christian according to you.
 
wow i got 6 out of 10 i beleve in only God. I believe in the virgin birth,i believe in he11, i believe that God made man, i believe in the trinity of God. I believe God made the heavens and the earth.that is what a christian believes.

+1.
 
"Poor God. The stupidity he gets blamed for."- Pilot Major John Blackthorn(Shogun)

I love this quote, which I piggy-backed from Bighouse Doc.

I understand the importance of knowing why one believes something, but posting such an emotionally charged "test" only serves to enflame others. There are parts of each question that are central to the Christian faith, but they are stated in a durogatory manner made to put down all of these tennants of the Christian faith. In rethinking this, and avoiding the emotionally charged and duragoratory parts of each question, I could probably score 10 out of 10, as could any other Christian, as Vanguard previously stated.

There will always be people who either misrepresent or falsely represent a particular group of people. There are people who salivate when such a person comes to the forefront so they can demonize the whole group that they do not like. Afgans appear to be quick to chant "Death to Christians," when they hear about threats of burning Qurans and opposition to a New York City Mosque. If there are only a scarce few "Death Chanters," then shame on the media for giving them way more time and respect than they are due. It is sad that federal authorities and other groups of people have been pressuring Terry Jones, but no one, including Imam Rauf and in some respects our President, is speaking out against "Death chanters," let alone bona fide terrorist groups.

It looks to me like there's 2 main options here: Live in a place where you do not have a certain level of freedom of speech and can be killed or maimed for it, or live in a place where freedom of speech is just that, with the understanding that people will use such to offend others. I choose the latter, but with a certain amount of responsibility and respect for both myself and for others. Neither is a pefect scenario, but people can make it better if they make the choice to do so.

By my own set of standards you are free to post whatever "insane" survey you choose. All I can do is ask for your respect and understanding in how you go about it.
 
The hard part is the 1st verse of the Bible..
Once you get past that.. Everything else pretty much falls into place...

"In the Beginning God created the heaven's and the earth"..

If God Created it all, then he can do anything whether we understand it or not, as he has the big picture and we do not.. We as Human's trying to understand God's Character can be a life's pursuit..

++++++++++++

Reminds me of the Scientist that was challenging God..

"Hey God, you're not so special.. We as scientist can now create life" (which they still can't).

God says, "OK.. Show me your stuff!!"

The Scientist reaches down and grabs a scoop of dirt...

God says, "Whoa, Whoa, Whoa!!! Get your own dirt!!!" :laugh:
 
"Hey God, you're not so special.. We as scientist can now create life" (which they still can't).

God says, "OK.. Show me your stuff!!"

The Scientist reaches down and grabs a scoop of dirt...

God says, "Whoa, Whoa, Whoa!!! Get your own dirt!!!" :laugh:

:biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:
 
I 'Believe' in my team mates.

I pray at the church of exterior ballistics. ('Range' to you hillbillies that know what I'm talking about...)

As for 'Religion', I don't have much use for it.
 
I read this post initially and now it seems to have disappeared. I had planned to do a lengthy response once I figured out what good the person was trying to achieve by submitting such a post. It reminded me of the words of Thomas Jefferson: “If it neither picks my pocket, nor breaks my leg, what matter it if my neighbor worships one god or twenty?” But I was also reminded of a verse in Proverbs 16:25 "There is a way that seems right to a man, but in the end it leads to death;” and finally a verse in the letter to the Colossians 2:8 "See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the basic principles of this world rather than on Christ.” But it appears that the fellow thought better of submitting this post and withdrew it. I sure know that I have written things that I wish I could retract or edit.
 
IMO, anybody who goes online posting about how they want to kill people <snip> should be prohibited from owning/carrying a weapon. End of Plucking story.

After reading some of the quotes on this site about what y'all plan to do if anyone breaks into your home I find this post extremely ironic
 
I'm a Christian, and if you don't like it, I'll kill ya!

There! How's that for "fitting the mold?" Some people say I have a bad attitude. Screw 'em!

Now I'll get a little more serious. There are whackos out there everywhere. Fred Phelps, and lately Rev. Terry Jones and his 50-member church just around the corner from my place. Christian zealots have killed abortion doctors. But I'd like to see the statistics of every crime committed by Christians under the Christian banner in the past hundred years. Forget about the Inquisition and the Crusades - that stuff is getting old, really old. And the Crusades might even be a "tit-for-tat' thing with Islam anyway.

But there have been intelligent posts ASKING about the Quran, and intelligent people who have read the Quran. We see the imposition of shari'a law today, around the world, and even in the U.S. Forget outright terrorists like those which have been attacking us ardently since the Cole incident. Two teen-aged girls, both Muslims, were killed by their father because they were dating non-Muslim boys. Here in the U.S. The father claimed his family was shamed and that his actions were justified under shari'a law. That's just one example, but it's happening in TODAY'S world. Why?

Imam Rauf has claimed that shari'a should be openly accepted in the U.S. Today's Quran supports it, not the Old Testament of Moses' time. Homosexuals can be executed. Wives can be beaten. An eye for an eye is literal in the Quran. And so you ask how people in this country (Christians are being singled out, but it's mostly all non-Muslims) can be so against Islam. What is so mysterious about being against a religion that teaches these things?

I am against ANY radical cause, be it Christian, Muslim, neo-Nazi, KKK, white supremacists, etc. But why is it so hard to see that right now, Islam is making itself such an easy target? Our country has been attacked 3 times within the past year. By Muslims. And imam Rauf himself has as much as threatened the U.S. with more terrorism if his plans for the Cordoba Project are interfered with. And why is it so hard to understand that people might be upset if Muslims want to build a place of worship so close to the site where Muslim terrorists destroyed a national icon and killed 3000 people.

It would help more if the Muslims in the U.S. were more open in their condemnation of their radical brethren, but then something like shari'a pops up, and in a modern civilized world, that's just not acceptable. Sorry.
 

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