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Yobbo
  • From:New_zealand

Date Posted:02-06-2018 10:00:28Copy HTML

I expect that they think information about other Middle Eastern religions to be false, especially the dates. 

After all, Zoroastrian fables precede Judaic ones by centuries. Most scholars believe Genesis was written around 1450BC while Gilgamesh epics date from 2100BC, perhaps as early as 2800BC.

It is fair to say that Most Christians believe that the bible is the word of god.  But sensible scholars disagree with the time lines of both Moses and Gilgamesh.
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #31
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:07-07-2018 02:09:17Copy HTML

 Summation of Wale's argument in opposition to the science of evolution, homosexuality as not a mental illness, and the lack of proof of god. 

"You have juvenile thinking and childish irrational tendencies"

That would be the sum total of the rebuttal presented by Wale thus far.


"My position concerning God is that of an agnostic. I am convinced that a vivid consciousness of the primary importance of moral principles for the betterment and ennoblement of life does not need the idea of a law-giver, especially a law-giver who works on the basis of reward and punishment." Albert Einstein
wale63 Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #32
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:07-07-2018 02:13:14Copy HTML

Reply to skdummy

 Summation of Wale's argument in opposition to the science of evolution, homosexuality as not a mental illness, and the lack of proof of god. 

"You have juvenile thinking and childish irrational tendencies"

That would be the sum total of the rebuttal presented by Wale thus far.



Your words reinforce that statement by me.

Freud once wrote that homosexuality was "produced by a certain arrest of sexual development."

skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #33
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:07-07-2018 02:49:07Copy HTML

  An "arrest of sexual development" is not a mental disorder of any kind.   Freud believed that homosexuality ("inversion" as he called it) could be the natural outcome of normal development in some people. He noted that homosexuality could occur in individuals who had no other signs of deviation and no impairment in their functioning. However, he did not view homosexuality as a sign of illness, by which he meant a symptom arising from psychic conflict. Instead, he saw homosexuality as the unconflicted expression of an innate instinct. Freud believed in a constitutional bisexuality: that in every individual there was a certain component of masculine (active) as well as feminine (passive) tendencies. Although bisexual tendencies were universal, Freud believed some people were constitutionally endowed with more of one tendency than the other.

http://www.aglp.org/gap/1_history/


"My position concerning God is that of an agnostic. I am convinced that a vivid consciousness of the primary importance of moral principles for the betterment and ennoblement of life does not need the idea of a law-giver, especially a law-giver who works on the basis of reward and punishment." Albert Einstein
wale63 Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #34
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:07-07-2018 02:50:39Copy HTML

Reply to skdummy

  An "arrest of sexual development" is not a mental disorder of any kind.   Freud believed that homosexuality ("inversion" as he called it) could be the natural outcome of normal development in some people. He noted that homosexuality could occur in individuals who had no other signs of deviation and no impairment in their functioning. However, he did not view homosexuality as a sign of illness, by which he meant a symptom arising from psychic conflict. Instead, he saw homosexuality as the unconflicted expression of an innate instinct. Freud believed in a constitutional bisexuality: that in every individual there was a certain component of masculine (active) as well as feminine (passive) tendencies. Although bisexual tendencies were universal, Freud believed some people were constitutionally endowed with more of one tendency than the other.

http://www.aglp.org/gap/1_history/



arrest of sexual development means just that, the process hasn't come to it's full development.
skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #35
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:07-07-2018 03:01:45Copy HTML

 arrest of sexual development means just that, the process hasn't come to it's full development.

___  No it does not. read Freud you fucking idiot.

natural outcome of normal development in some people. He noted that homosexuality could occur in individuals who had no other signs of deviation and no impairment in their functioning. However, he did not view homosexuality as a sign of illness. he saw homosexuality as the unconflicted expression of an innate instinct. Freud believed in a constitutional bisexuality: that in every individual there was a certain component of masculine (active) as well as feminine (passive) tendencies. Although bisexual tendencies were universal, Freud believed some people were constitutionally endowed with more of one tendency than the other.

"we consider it to be a variation of the sexual function produced by a certain arrest of sexual development" means that it is a natural variation in development just like you cant run as fast as other people....it doesn't mean you are inferior. Freud never felt it meant you are inferior.  He went out of his way to talk about gays like Michaelangelo and DaVinci of examples of exception people with no inferior "tendencies"

On the other hand, he felt you were a psychotic.

Freud on the devoutly religious:

Freud suggests that religion and neurosis are similar products of the human mind: neurosis, with its compulsive behavior, is "an individual religiosity", and religion, with its repetitive rituals, is a "universal obsessional neurosis.


"My position concerning God is that of an agnostic. I am convinced that a vivid consciousness of the primary importance of moral principles for the betterment and ennoblement of life does not need the idea of a law-giver, especially a law-giver who works on the basis of reward and punishment." Albert Einstein
Yobbo Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #36
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:07-07-2018 04:33:50Copy HTML

How, and for that matter why, does Wale drag every thread into a slanging match on the subject of homosexuality?
This one was intended to be a discussion on the Gilgamesh story and its similarities to that of Noah.  And that Gilgamesh predates Noah.
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
wale63 Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #37
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:07-07-2018 10:15:37Copy HTML

Reply to Yobbo

How, and for that matter why, does Wale drag every thread into a slanging match on the subject of homosexuality?
This one was intended to be a discussion on the Gilgamesh story and its similarities to that of Noah.  And that Gilgamesh predates Noah.

If you read in order, it wasn't me, it was the nonsense responses by boguspumped and skdoodle. READ again. I may have mentioned it but their continual insistence is what continues it. If you recall, I posted about a parody on Gilligan's island and even bogus put up a video from that understanding the parody BUT from there, skdoodle went off the deep end.
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:07-07-2018 01:12:00Copy HTML

Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

How, and for that matter why, does Wale drag every thread into a slanging match on the subject of homosexuality?
This one was intended to be a discussion on the Gilgamesh story and its similarities to that of Noah.  And that Gilgamesh predates Noah.

If you read in order, it wasn't me, it was the nonsense responses by boguspumped and skdoodle. READ again. I may have mentioned it but their continual insistence is what continues it. If you recall, I posted about a parody on Gilligan's island and even bogus put up a video from that understanding the parody BUT from there, skdoodle went off the deep end.

Yobbo correctly asserts the blame for that.  The fact of the matter, wale, is that it WAS you brought "homosexuality" into this thread with your reply to me on 6 July 2018 at 14:20 EDT, to wit:

How often do you and skdoodle get it on, because it seems that you respond like you were his lover or something. LOL

Skwanderer responded by challenging you to "enter this debate on either homosexuality or evolution" at which point you ran with it, hauling out Einstein, Kaku, and Freud.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z "If you can read these 26 letters, there is nothing about the universe that you can't learn." -- Lambros D. Callimoahos
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:07-07-2018 03:10:15Copy HTML

Reply to Boguspumped

Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

How, and for that matter why, does Wale drag every thread into a slanging match on the subject of homosexuality?
This one was intended to be a discussion on the Gilgamesh story and its similarities to that of Noah.  And that Gilgamesh predates Noah.

If you read in order, it wasn't me, it was the nonsense responses by boguspumped and skdoodle. READ again. I may have mentioned it but their continual insistence is what continues it. If you recall, I posted about a parody on Gilligan's island and even bogus put up a video from that understanding the parody BUT from there, skdoodle went off the deep end.

Yobbo correctly asserts the blame for that.  The fact of the matter, wale, is that it WAS you brought "homosexuality" into this thread with your reply to me on 6 July 2018 at 14:20 EDT, to wit:

How often do you and skdoodle get it on, because it seems that you respond like you were his lover or something. LOL

Skwanderer responded by challenging you to "enter this debate on either homosexuality or evolution" at which point you ran with it, hauling out Einstein, Kaku, and Freud.

You brought out your disorder of homosexuality waaay before this and were very cpmfortable doing so;therefore, to even complain is hypocritical on your part, boguspumped.

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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:07-07-2018 06:30:58Copy HTML

Look, you ignorant, addle brained, lying sack of crap, I was in no way "complaining" about your ridiculous, repetitious, willfully ignorant attacks towards me regarding my sexuality.  I was "complaining" about, actually merely pointing out, the fallacy of your statement.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z "If you can read these 26 letters, there is nothing about the universe that you can't learn." -- Lambros D. Callimoahos
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:07-07-2018 07:41:32Copy HTML

So Wale, can you explain why the story of Gilgamesh predates that of Noah yet the later one is true while the earlier story is not?
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
wale63 Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #42
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:08-07-2018 02:19:50Copy HTML

Reply to Yobbo

So Wale, can you explain why the story of Gilgamesh predates that of Noah yet the later one is true while the earlier story is not?


Similarity is NOT the same as authenticity. Simple as that.

Same as so called similar stories about the similarity of Hercules and Jesus and YET Jesus can be traced back historically whereas Hercules cannot.

Bogus0Pomp Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #43
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:08-07-2018 03:07:29Copy HTML

Jesus can be traced back historically

That's debatable.

  http://theconversation.com/weighing-up-the-evidence-for-the-historical-jesus-35319

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z "If you can read these 26 letters, there is nothing about the universe that you can't learn." -- Lambros D. Callimoahos
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:08-07-2018 09:13:55Copy HTML

Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

So Wale, can you explain why the story of Gilgamesh predates that of Noah yet the later one is true while the earlier story is not?


Similarity is NOT the same as authenticity. Simple as that.

Same as so called similar stories about the similarity of Hercules and Jesus and YET Jesus can be traced back historically whereas Hercules cannot.


Provide evidence that Jesus existed.  Evidence such as contemporary, non-biblical records.
And then you can provide evidence that the Gilgamesh story is less authentic than that of Noah..
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:09-07-2018 12:29:42Copy HTML

Reply to Yobbo

Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

So Wale, can you explain why the story of Gilgamesh predates that of Noah yet the later one is true while the earlier story is not?


Similarity is NOT the same as authenticity. Simple as that.

Same as so called similar stories about the similarity of Hercules and Jesus and YET Jesus can be traced back historically whereas Hercules cannot.


Provide evidence that Jesus existed.  Evidence such as contemporary, non-biblical records.
And then you can provide evidence that the Gilgamesh story is less authentic than that of Noah..


Firstly this is NOT going to be conducted in terms that suit YOU because this is the reason you are in a continual fog. If you aren't AWARE that historical records and historians accept the historicity of Jesus, this means you are mired in ignorance and do not really want to be educated.

however,  to point you in a correct direction for YOU to do PROPER research:

"...The historical evidence for Jesus of Nazareth is both long-established and widespread. Within a few decades of his supposed lifetime, he is mentioned by Jewish and Roman historians, as well as by dozens of Christian writings.

Compare that with, for example, King Arthur, who supposedly lived around AD500. The major historical source for events of that time does not even mention Arthur, and he is first referred to 300 or 400 years after he is supposed to have lived. The evidence for Jesus is not limited to later folklore, as are accounts of Arthur...."

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/apr/14/what-is-the-historical-evidence-that-jesus-christ-lived-and-died

"...Virtually all New Testament scholars and Near East historians, applying the standard criteria of historical investigation, find that the historicity of Jesus is effectively certain[3][4][5][6][nb 1][nb 2][nb 3][nb 4] although they differ about the beliefs and teachings of Jesus as well as the accuracy of the details of his life that have been described in the gospels.[nb 5][12][nb 6][14]:168–173 While scholars have criticized Jesus scholarship for religious bias and lack of methodological soundness,[nb 7] with very few exceptions such critics generally do support the historicity of Jesus and reject the Christ myth theory that Jesus never existed.[16][nb 8][18][19][20].."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historicity_of_Jesus


"...Virtually all scholars who write on the subject agree that Jesus existed,[5][6][7][8] although scholars differ about the beliefs and teachings of Jesus as well as the accuracy of the biblical accounts, and the only two events subject to "almost universal assent" are that Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist and was crucified by the order of the Roman Prefect Pontius Pilate.[9][10][11][12..."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historical_Jesus

Bogus0Pomp Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #46
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:09-07-2018 04:13:27Copy HTML

Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

So Wale, can you explain why the story of Gilgamesh predates that of Noah yet the later one is true while the earlier story is not?

Similarity is NOT the same as authenticity. Simple as that.

Same as so called similar stories about the similarity of Hercules and Jesus and YET Jesus can be traced back historically whereas Hercules cannot.

Provide evidence that Jesus existed.  Evidence such as contemporary, non-biblical records.
And then you can provide evidence that the Gilgamesh story is less authentic than that of Noah..

 
Firstly this is NOT going to be conducted in terms that suit YOU because this is the reason you are in a continual fog. If you aren't AWARE that historical records and historians accept the historicity of Jesus, this means you are mired in ignorance and do not really want to be educated.

TRANSLATION:
Firstly this is NOT going to be conducted on those terms because I, wale63, know for certain that I cannot provide that basic level of evidence.  I am AWARE that evidence of that basic level has never been found, and likely never will, however I prefer to remain in a continual fog, mired in ignorance, and I, wale63, do not really want to be educated.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z "If you can read these 26 letters, there is nothing about the universe that you can't learn." -- Lambros D. Callimoahos
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:09-07-2018 04:24:52Copy HTML

Reply to Boguspumped

Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

So Wale, can you explain why the story of Gilgamesh predates that of Noah yet the later one is true while the earlier story is not?

Similarity is NOT the same as authenticity. Simple as that.

Same as so called similar stories about the similarity of Hercules and Jesus and YET Jesus can be traced back historically whereas Hercules cannot.

Provide evidence that Jesus existed.  Evidence such as contemporary, non-biblical records.
And then you can provide evidence that the Gilgamesh story is less authentic than that of Noah..

 
Firstly this is NOT going to be conducted in terms that suit YOU because this is the reason you are in a continual fog. If you aren't AWARE that historical records and historians accept the historicity of Jesus, this means you are mired in ignorance and do not really want to be educated.

TRANSLATION:
Firstly this is NOT going to be conducted on those terms because I, wale63, know for certain that I cannot provide that basic level of evidence.  I am AWARE that evidence of that basic level has never been found, and likely never will, however I prefer to remain in a continual fog, mired in ignorance, and I, wale63, do not really want to be educated.

Apparently , boguspumped, you have gotten it wrong AGAIN, as I provided Yobbo with some evidence, which you clearly did NOT attempt to look at you inverted thinking individual. LOL

skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #48
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:09-07-2018 05:53:59Copy HTML

 I think there was a guy named Jesus where the "son of god" myth originated.  There was a also a big flood where the global flood myth originated. Many of our folk lures and myths have a historical basis.
"My position concerning God is that of an agnostic. I am convinced that a vivid consciousness of the primary importance of moral principles for the betterment and ennoblement of life does not need the idea of a law-giver, especially a law-giver who works on the basis of reward and punishment." Albert Einstein
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:09-07-2018 06:05:35Copy HTML

Reply to wale63

Reply to Bogus0Pomp

Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

So Wale, can you explain why the story of Gilgamesh predates that of Noah yet the later one is true while the earlier story is not?

Similarity is NOT the same as authenticity. Simple as that.

Same as so called similar stories about the similarity of Hercules and Jesus and YET Jesus can be traced back historically whereas Hercules cannot.

Provide evidence that Jesus existed.  Evidence such as contemporary, non-biblical records.
And then you can provide evidence that the Gilgamesh story is less authentic than that of Noah..

 
Firstly this is NOT going to be conducted in terms that suit YOU because this is the reason you are in a continual fog. If you aren't AWARE that historical records and historians accept the historicity of Jesus, this means you are mired in ignorance and do not really want to be educated.

TRANSLATION:
Firstly this is NOT going to be conducted on those terms because I, wale63, know for certain that I cannot provide that basic level of evidence.  I am AWARE that evidence of that basic level has never been found, and likely never will, however I prefer to remain in a continual fog, mired in ignorance, and I, wale63, do not really want to be educated.

Apparently , boguspumped, you have gotten it wrong AGAIN, as I provided Yobbo with some evidence, which you clearly did NOT attempt to look at you inverted thinking individual. LOL

Actually, I am correct.  A Wikipedia is not evidence of a non-biblical nature that is contemporary with the time of Jesus.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z "If you can read these 26 letters, there is nothing about the universe that you can't learn." -- Lambros D. Callimoahos
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:09-07-2018 08:31:54Copy HTML

Wale pitched in in an attempt to verify the existance of Yeshua aka Jesus but didn't provide any real evidence of why the story of Noah was predated by the tale of Gilgamesh.
"Les hommes ne font jamais le mal si complètement et joyeusement que lorsqu'ils le font par conviction religieuse." Blaise Pascal
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:09-07-2018 08:39:20Copy HTML

Reply to Bogusumped

Reply to wale63

Reply to Boguspumped

Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

So Wale, can you explain why the story of Gilgamesh predates that of Noah yet the later one is true while the earlier story is not?

Similarity is NOT the same as authenticity. Simple as that.

Same as so called similar stories about the similarity of Hercules and Jesus and YET Jesus can be traced back historically whereas Hercules cannot.

Provide evidence that Jesus existed.  Evidence such as contemporary, non-biblical records.
And then you can provide evidence that the Gilgamesh story is less authentic than that of Noah..

 
Firstly this is NOT going to be conducted in terms that suit YOU because this is the reason you are in a continual fog. If you aren't AWARE that historical records and historians accept the historicity of Jesus, this means you are mired in ignorance and do not really want to be educated.

TRANSLATION:
Firstly this is NOT going to be conducted on those terms because I, wale63, know for certain that I cannot provide that basic level of evidence.  I am AWARE that evidence of that basic level has never been found, and likely never will, however I prefer to remain in a continual fog, mired in ignorance, and I, wale63, do not really want to be educated.

Apparently , boguspumped, you have gotten it wrong AGAIN, as I provided Yobbo with some evidence, which you clearly did NOT attempt to look at you inverted thinking individual. LOL

Actually, I am correct.  A Wikipedia is not evidence of a non-biblical nature that is contemporary with the time of Jesus.

Actually you are not and just stupid from your inverse brain. The 2 articles from Wikipedia AND the independent article provides ENOUGH information to BEGIN one's OWN research and a composite of thought. They ALSO cite their sources only you are really too dense to understand. YOU being inverse in every way don't see that. LOL

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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:09-07-2018 08:41:04Copy HTML

Reply to Yobbo

Wale pitched in in an attempt to verify the existance of Yeshua aka Jesus but didn't provide any real evidence of why the story of Noah was predated by the tale of Gilgamesh.

You asked for evidence of Jesus' existence, accepted as historical,  and it was given AND I've already given you the response to Gilgamesh/Noah, which you reject.
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:09-07-2018 09:37:45Copy HTML

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Reply to Yobbo

Wale pitched in in an attempt to verify the existance of Yeshua aka Jesus but didn't provide any real evidence of why the story of Noah was predated by the tale of Gilgamesh.
You asked for evidence of Jesus' existence, accepted as historical,  and it was given AND I've already given you the response to Gilgamesh/Noah, which you reject.

Yobbo asked for REAL evidence, i.e. non-biblical accounts contemporary with the time of Jesus.  You did NOT provide such evidence.  In fact you flat out refused to do so, knowing that you cannot provide such evidence.  Instead you continue to PUSH your belief as thought it is the unvarnished truth of all.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z "If you can read these 26 letters, there is nothing about the universe that you can't learn." -- Lambros D. Callimoahos
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:10-07-2018 12:32:49Copy HTML

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Reply to wale63

Reply to Yobbo

Wale pitched in in an attempt to verify the existance of Yeshua aka Jesus but didn't provide any real evidence of why the story of Noah was predated by the tale of Gilgamesh.
You asked for evidence of Jesus' existence, accepted as historical,  and it was given AND I've already given you the response to Gilgamesh/Noah, which you reject.

Yobbo asked for REAL evidence, i.e. non-biblical accounts contemporary with the time of Jesus.  You did NOT provide such evidence.  In fact you flat out refused to do so, knowing that you cannot provide such evidence.  Instead you continue to PUSH your belief as thought it is the unvarnished truth of all.


You really aren't as stupid as your posts indicate, are you? the evidence was contained in the links provided you retard. Too much estrogen. LOL
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:10-07-2018 12:46:40Copy HTML

Reply to Boguspumped

 
                                                        LOL

 

Retarded AND effeminate. LOL
wale63 Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #56
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:10-07-2018 12:55:40Copy HTML

Reply to Boguspumped

 
                                                        LOL


 

 

I see, just OVERLY effeminate.LOL
skwanderer Share to: Facebook Twitter MSN linkedin google yahoo #57
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:10-07-2018 02:12:39Copy HTML

 Wale rebuts with a foolproof argument:

Actually you are not and just stupid from your inverse brain. Only you are really too dense to understand. YOU being inverse in every way don't see that. You clearly did NOT attempt to look at you inverted thinking individual.

___

Well....not much you can to that.

"My position concerning God is that of an agnostic. I am convinced that a vivid consciousness of the primary importance of moral principles for the betterment and ennoblement of life does not need the idea of a law-giver, especially a law-giver who works on the basis of reward and punishment." Albert Einstein
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:10-07-2018 12:17:33Copy HTML

Reply to skdummy

 Wale rebuts with a foolproof argument:

Actually you are not and just stupid from your inverse brain. Only you are really too dense to understand. YOU being inverse in every way don't see that. You clearly did NOT attempt to look at you inverted thinking individual.

___

Well....not much you can to that.


Nothing to rebut as your lover boguspumped repeats a nonsense response constantly. My response to boguspumped was proportional and appropriate to the level to which boguspumped did. LOL
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:10-07-2018 01:38:41Copy HTML

Reply to Boguspumped

 
                                                       LOL

 

Hey, did you just come up for air from your lover skdoodle? LOL
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Re:What do Christian zealots know about Gilgamesh?

Date Posted:10-07-2018 01:44:06Copy HTML

 

 
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