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I quite agree.
this is the greatest video ever told.
@schallerbrandon – : )@Casbahmaniac – Said the guy who didn’t rec’ it.
Since when does Warren Jeffs wear a bow tie? I thought that was against his religion!
@cringercat – Alrighty.
@agnophilo – Sorry. :p The way that the host-guy acted like he could personally communicate with god and then act as his mouthpiece like that, it reminded me of Warren Jeffs, the leader of the FLDS. To the members of the FLDS he is the current prophet and works as the mouthpiece of god, so whatever he says is just like it came from god himself. Likewise all of his decisions are supposedly divinely inspired. Last I heard he was in jail and/or on trial. The last time I read an article about him it was because he was trying to starve himself in his cell. I think there was a big to do about either them forcing him to eat or wanting the judge to grant an order to allow them to force him to eat, even if it had to be by IV. But, his lawyers were saying he was just fasting and it was normal in his religion to fast and pray. But, I’m thinking what everybody ELSE thought was that he was purposely trying to starve himself to become a martyr.
@cringercat – I googled him and yeah supposedly he raped children. Lovely guy.But yeah, every televangelist pretends to be in communication with god, and usually to have special insider information that you presumably don’t have access to.
@agnophilo – Yeah, he did. And he aided in the rape of a lot of other minors. He gets to choose who gets married to who since its supposed to be divinely inspired (basically god told him to). And a lot of times he put minors (as young as, and younger than, 14) with much older men, and marries cousins to each other and other such nasty nonsense. The FLDS is the offshoot branch of Mormonism that isn’t recognized by the official Mormon church.
@cringercat – And if mormons don’t think your religion is legit that’s pretty bad, lol.
@agnophilo – lol! :p
I love this. :)It’s funny how if you ask people why the Gnostic books weren’t included in the Bible, they say that they contradicted or just restated other verses in the Bible. Yet, there are all these contradictions in the canonical texts. But they aren’t contradictions because we’re just taking stuff completely out of context. Which is apparently only ok to do when you say that certain verses in the Bible make whatever action you don’t like a sin.
@rafi09 – Yup.
@rafi09 – The above dude has a video about that too.
@agnophilo – Yeah, I found it a little after I posted my comment. I’m currently going through all his videos to see what else he has to say.
@rafi09 – : ) Some of his vids are a bit long, but they’re mostly pretty brilliant.
@rafi09 – Btw “The thing that made the things for which there is no known maker” is a classic.
I certainly see the contradictions. So yeah, understand how frustrated you must get at times trying to reason
@YouTOme – : )
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