71 thoughts on “Your faith is a joke.

  1. dolphinwrite says:

    One more thing: there are those who say just leave us alone, but they go on to attempt growing the disinformation until we have the tragedies we see today. With disinformation, we need people to share real information.

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  2. dolphinwrite says:

    And they go again. This is for readers. The technique of being a clique, unable to realize, unwilling to realize, and only caring to seem in the know. It’s as old as people have been on the Earth. School kids do that. Many call them bullies. We just chuckled, seeing them from a mile away. I share the technique with others, so when they see it, they understand the ridiculousness, realize the so-called grown ups haven’t grown up, are not interested in real dialogue. But the topic is important, and since it’s public, and people might be persuaded, I encourage people to truly think for themselves. To the readers only, I encourage. To those honestly searching to understand.

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    • Nan says:

      You are offering input on someone else’s blog. If you want to say things to “readers,” you should establish your own blog. Then you can say whatever you want, about anything you want, and offer “understanding” to those who are “honestly searching to understand.”

      In nearly all cases, the comment section of blogs is used for input as related to the topic of the post. It is not generally used for sharing wild ideas/thoughts on unrelated topics.

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      • dolphinwrite says:

        Nan, have you read other’s blogs? The commentary ranges. With blogs comes the sharing of ideas, not only support, but from people offering alternative ideas and thoughts. When I have blogged, I sometimes get varying viewpoints. I enjoy hearing others’ ideas even if they challenge my own thinking and experiences. The challenges to my ideas actually causes me to consider my own, sometimes refining, sometimes adding, and sometimes correcting. That’s the nature of blogs and other public writings. To those who prefer only supporting their own ideas, there are other venues that can be sought out, talking among friends, having groups at home, talking in front of convenience stores, and such.

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        • Nan says:

          Certainly sharing of ideas is valuable. But from Mak’s comments to you, he doesn’t seem to be too thrilled with your input since it wanders off into some rather strange commentary that doesn’t match the point of his post. That’s why I suggested you use your own blog rather than take up space on his.

          And from my own viewpoint, you write a lot and “say” very little.

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      • makagutu says:

        I generally have no problem with off topic comments. But they should be interesting. Or should be something I like.

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  3. dolphinwrite says:

    Then, there are those who have real substance to share.

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  4. dolphinwrite says:

    Hah, ha, ha, ha…. Not to berate, but the commentary here is so elementary. I’ve had deeper conversations with 5th grade kids, and they have more sense and understanding. Little ones, if they hold to what God has given them, could see you coming a mile away. You’re not the clever, witty, person you think you are. Far from it. As far as needing attention, I talk and share with a ton of people, you happen to happen while reading (Sometimes, I just copy another share and paste it here.). It takes all of a minute or two, then onto other articles, talking in person with many, and much more. Good luck with feeling important by dissing others who disagree with you, which is all very simple. Look, if you truly are searching, then start sharing honestly, but if you’re out to ridicule others who know something, do not agree with you, and put things online so others can decide for themselves, perhaps more searching. If you returned to wanting to learn, the first thing I would teach you is cause and effect, not to mention how time has to have a starting point. **Okay, now you’re going to find another school yard method to make yourselves feel wise. Good luck with that. Unless you’re serious.

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    • Scottie says:

      Hello dolphinwrite. You start out by saying not to berate … then you go on a clear attack of insult and demeaning. At one time your comments may have had a bit of interest for me, but now you have simply made yourself another troll with no ability to hold a reasonable conversation. Good bye. Hugs

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      • dolphinwrite says:

        Scottie, I know those tricks you’re using. And this in no way will start a real discussion, which what you’re currently demonstrated has always been your course. The technique is to instigate, insult, and berate, so when other’s respond in kind, you point the finger, which I demonstrated in the real world with real examples. That you feel your own behavior is an insult for others to point out is not to garner real discussions. Are you looking for real discussion or back and forth?

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      • makagutu says:

        Scottie, dolphin wasn’t interested in conversation from the onset. He has understanding and truth on his side.

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    • makagutu says:

      You are uncultured and with no manners.
      I am sure I would have better luck playing music to goats than trying to engage you in a rational discussion
      This is my blog and you have outlived your welcome.
      Like many theists, you think you have access to special truth and so any one who doesn’t agree with you is not searching for truth. You don’t have access to any special truth.
      You haven’t been ridiculed. You have repaid our welcome with pomposity, arrogance and outright stupidity.
      Go back to the hole you have been hiding.

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  5. dolphinwrite says:

    Okay, fellows, I shared. I looked for real discussions, real exchange of ideas, and shared some. You’re on your own with your own thoughts.

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