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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Throatpunch, Jun 17, 2016.
You folks have too much free time on your hands.
But carry on, good stuff here and there.
>Caesar's Legion avatar
Yup, this checks out.
Actually, make that the biggest Caesars legion fanboy in the world who is always full of apologia about the slavery/rape/slaughter in the Legion and has the balls to criticize the Old Testament for being full of slavery/rape/slaughter? C'mon bro that's a bit strong.
To be fair the world that the two groups found themselves in aren't too dissimilar. This is a bit of an off topic tangent but I'd love to see a Fallout story that takes place many, many years after the games and see how the old factions like Caesar's Legion and the NCR are seen in the minds of your average person thousands of years down the line.
Where did I criticize? Their my favorite parts! You know when Moses told the Israelite soldiers to rape all the virgins, damn I was hard.
Is God really all powerful or is he just all powerful from the human perspective? If I were to believe in a God, I'd probably believe in his power being limited in some form. Do any Christians believe in God's power being limited?
I've heard one Rabbi confess that God did not conform at all to classical theodicy. He was not omnipotent or omniscient but merely benevolent and more of a passive instructor than an active agent in the world. Suffice it to say, he's a Jew with a pretty liberal interpretation.
I've never watched Clockwork Orange but that's a pretty disturbing scene, who is the character? Some kind of Nazi sadist?
The main character. You really need to watch the movie. Everyone needs to watch that movie at least once. He's wearing a prison uniform, not a nazi uniform, it takes place in a dystopia like near future.
So, huge replica of Noah's Ark has been built in Kentucky. Impressive ship, 155m long, 24m wide, made out of pine wood. With dinosaurs on board of course, since creationists believe that Noah saved a couple of dinosaurs on his ark from flood ~8500 years ago, no matter what radiocarbon dating says. (AFAIK almost a half of American population are creationists.)
Purpose of this monumental work? To educate young and deluded generations.
I'm ultimately apathetic as to whether or not a god exists. (I don't know and I don't care). I've always been fascinated by this:
What's a creationist?
Also Kentucky's got an ark! @Vergil.
Person who follows the belief of creationism: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creationism
What's the correct term for them in English?
To put it mildly.
A creationist is a creationist. It's a special kind of stupid.