Psycho-Babble Faith Thread 1030075

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Lou's response-antygwszm

Posted by Dinah on October 28, 2012, at 11:57:54

In reply to Lou's response-antygwszm Dinah, posted by Lou Pilder on October 28, 2012, at 11:56:14

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> > Hmmm... Well, I do see the problem.
> >
> > It would be grossly uncivil to suggest that those here panders or traffics in drugs. And definitely uncivil to suggest that those who use psychiatric medications will be pressed in the grape press of God or burned in the lake of fire.
> >
> > The God you describe is not very understanding. Isn't he aware of the pain of mental illness? Does he object to heart medication or diabetes medication?
> >
> > Now, how to civilly express what is inherently not a civil thing to say to someone is a challenge.
> >
> > Could you not explain about the Rider, and tell about the wrath of God and the Lake of Fire without linking those things to anything so specific as Babblers or users of psychiatric medications?
> >
> > You could say that you were sent here by the Rider to tell people about the Wrath of God, and then tell people that if they would like to hear more, they could Babblemail you?
> >
> > Have you asked the Rider for suggestions to better get across his message given the limitations of this board?
> >
> > We probably should continue this discussion on the faith board.
> D,
> Please do not insult the God that I give service and worship to by calling that God one that is not understandng. Your "Dr Bob" allows you to insult that God here but that does not annul the fact that insulting another's God can inflict emotional pain upon that person when it is allowed by the owner of the forum, that has rules against such as being uncivil, to stand, and could be seen as hatred directed to the person that their God is the God being insulted.
> Lou


Re: Lou's response-antygwszm

Posted by Dinah on October 28, 2012, at 12:05:05

In reply to Lou's response-antygwszm, posted by Dinah on October 28, 2012, at 11:57:54

You are right that I shouldn't have insulted your God. Somehow what I was thinking didn't properly make it to paper. I meant to ask if your God didn't have compassion for the pain of mental illness? A lake of fire or the press of God seems rather harsh for seeking to find relief for the pain of mental illness.

On the other hand, I don't appreciate the mentions of hatred. I may not have expressed myself well, but you could have pointed that out without accusing me of hatred.

And Dr. Bob is not "my" Dr. Bob. If he were, he'd behave a lot differently.

I wish you would respond to the other parts of my post.

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