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Are you against Christian Sharia Law?

 
 
Renaldo Dubois
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 10:21 am
@maxdancona,
How has the Christian right "imposed" their theology on you?
maxdancona
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 10:24 am
@Anarkatheist,
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I sincerely hate you.

I hate your mindset.

I hate your ignorance.


Geez Anarkatheist, and I thought you guys were filled with Love and Peace...

... or am I confusing you with the other one there.
maxdancona
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 10:24 am
@Renaldo Dubois,
Shall we start with segregation, or would you like to go back earlier then that?
Anarkatheist
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 10:32 am
@maxdancona,
I am filled with love and peace, but i hate those who fight it.

You cant know love with out hate.

And i hate you, so very much, and i dont even know you.
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Anarkatheist
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 10:33 am
@Renaldo Dubois,
It isnt anyone right to impose rules on you.
Religious or not.
Renaldo Dubois
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 11:21 am
@maxdancona,
When have you been segregated by Christians and where?
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Renaldo Dubois
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 11:27 am
@Anarkatheist,
Tha's idiotic. Do you drive? Do you go to school? Do you pay for what you purchase? There are rules everywhere. It has nothing to do with rights? Only someone with no life experience would say something so idiotic.
Anarkatheist
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 11:49 am
@Renaldo Dubois,
Yes but all of those you have stated are voluntary rules that i would abide. Unlike the ones congressman make miles away that harm me. I have no choice but to follow them or i would be labeled a criminal scumbag and be put in a prison rape-cage.

When you walk into a hamburger store, or someone else's property you made a voluntary decision to abide to their rules. If not, you can walk out.
But of course we are not used to respecting property rights, so i can see your misunderstanding.
Renaldo Dubois
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 11:51 am
@Anarkatheist,
No misunderstanding on my part. I took you at what you said. You are the one who needed to clarify and specify what you meant. You did that.

Someone makes rules in Washington DC because they are elected by the American people. Do you vote?
Anarkatheist
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 12:06 pm
@Renaldo Dubois,
Very well, but people still dont respect property rights.
Like how that burglur was trapped in the garage of some house he broke into and sued the house-owner for having to eat dog food to survive.

Doesnt matter how the person got to power, or their actions are approved by people like Maxdancona, which is many. The ones who disapprove are inevitably victims of the laws they pass, such as "Christian Sharia Law".
I vote for things that support freedom, or against things that dont.
Renaldo Dubois
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 12:42 pm
@Anarkatheist,
There is no such thing as "Christian Sharia Law". The USA passes laws in a congress made of people voted into office to pass laws. People of all different religions and cultures.
Renaldo Dubois
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 12:53 pm
Another victory for freedom and democracy.

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2011/04/a_victory_for_free_speech_and.html
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Renaldo Dubois
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 01:17 pm
What do you on the left think about this?

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110401/ap_on_re_us/us_nation_of_islam_farrakhan
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Anarkatheist
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 03:26 pm
@Renaldo Dubois,
Im just using that term as Maxdancona has.

Yes i know how the country works.
But when 80% of people agree with a new law, there are 20% of losers who now have to put up with it. Whether or not its influenced by Christianity, there are losers. And that is ridiculous .
libertathiest
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 04:13 pm
@Anarkatheist,
Good one.
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failures art
 
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Reply Sun 3 Apr, 2011 10:44 pm
@Renaldo Dubois,
Renaldo Dubois wrote:

What an inept collosal failure of a post. You are now reduced to taking my words out of context and answering by editing my reply.

I did not edit your reply. I quoted it directly. Almost line by line I addressed each part of it for that matter. Probably more effort than it was worth. But hey, in for the dime, in for the dollar. Let's recap...

Renaldo Dubois wrote:

I asked you how many nations in the ME did Christianity open the door to Sharia Law in? You're the one who made the claim. It's not my fault if you can't back up your statements.

You did ask me this, but it was a huge back slide from your original claim that:
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The nations in the ME with Sharia Law didn't have any Christians "open the door" for Sharia Law.

For which I addressed with a contrary example of CIA action that resulted in a Islamic theocracy being installed, and then unfortunately a even more conservative theocracy coming into power after that. You then took that statement of fact and claimed that:
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Just because there are Christians in government does not mean that there is a "Christian policy". You are wanting me to believe that just because a CIA guy is a Christian that means there is a Christian policy in our government?

...but nowhere in my post had I said that this made it a Christian policy. I had simply addressed your claim about Christians helping sharia law come into place. This is probably why you tried to switch gears and move the goal post.

Moving to the more domestic issue of how Christianity opens up the door to things such as sharia law, here's the break down.

We live in a secular state. You posted these words in this thread already, so I'm not going to take the time to convince you of something for which you've already conceded. Christians have been a huge power lobby in American politics and have legislated many of their moral standards into law (laws involving reproduction, homosexuality, etc). In doing so, they have opened the doors for other religions to insert their moral standards into law as well. Since their can be no establishment of religion, if a Christian law can be put into place, then there is no objective reason why a Muslim (or Hindu etc) law could be passed into law. The only ethical objection that can be permitted in denial of sharia law being implemented is that no religion gets to have extra judiciary or legislative power. Conservative Christians have crossed this line, and they know it. Having breached that separation, they have no defense for why they can do it and others cannot.

This is the mistake that England (and I believe France) made in allowing the establishment of Hebrew courts for the settlement of civic matters. It only opens up the gates for religious judiciary power. No religion should have state power.

Conservative Christians are blushing.

A
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Renaldo Dubois
 
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Reply Tue 5 Apr, 2011 06:47 pm
@Anarkatheist,
They are not "losers". They didn't get what they wanted. So? No one ever gets their way all the time. Do you? Do you resent the fact you don't always get your way?
Renaldo Dubois
 
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Reply Tue 5 Apr, 2011 06:49 pm
@failures art,
You most certainly did edit my reply. When you take a point and then separate it form the original paragraph then you are editing. I call it cherry picking. Any fool can take a sentence and make a winning point out of it. I choose to reply to the entire thought. It's called integrity and honsety; something liberals can't seem to find.
Renaldo Dubois
 
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Reply Tue 5 Apr, 2011 06:50 pm
@failures art,
I'll make sure I keep my posts short and to the point so you can no longer edit them.

Who opened the door in Muslim nations to allow Sharia Law?
maxdancona
 
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Reply Tue 5 Apr, 2011 06:59 pm
@Renaldo Dubois,
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I'll make sure I keep my posts short and to the point so you can no longer edit them.

Who opened the door in Muslim nations to allow Sharia Law?


Their version of the Tea Party, of course.
 

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