Started by bfiddy100, August 03, 2014, 08:46:33 PM
Quote from: Hydra009 on August 27, 2014, 12:34:44 AMSpeaking about evil crimes, what would you do if a person was being murdered and you had the power to save their life at absolutely no risk to your own life? If you didn't intervene, would you be in any way complicit to the murder?
Quote from: Draconic Aiur on August 07, 2014, 12:26:40 AM1. Capture a daddy and a daughter2. beat the daddy up while the chained girl watches.3. rape the daughter in front of the who is chained daddy.4. Make the mother think your good and rescue the 2 but when she and the cops comes and tries to free them kill the cops and beat the woman up.5. Rape the woman then skin her alive.6. put her skinless yet alive body in the police cars with the dead cops by town.7. put on skin the kill the rest of small family: brother and dog and put their pike their heads in front of drive way.8. tell the father and daughter every detail when raping daughter and beating her up.9. escape with daugher and knock father unconcious and put him with the mother.10. wait 2 years while raping daughter and having 2 kids.11.kill 1 baby and eat brain infront of the daughter knock her out and place the daughter and dead baby in front of recovering parents home.12. raise baby to be a serial killer like you.13 repeat.
Quote from: Jmpty on August 27, 2014, 12:32:35 PMI see you've put some thought into this. OK bye.
Quote from: bfiddy100 on August 05, 2014, 01:03:26 PMI appreciate the input you've provided and I hope you will reconsider being 'out' and give the following some thought. I'd like you to now switch roles. You are now the criminal and the judge is someone who has a different moral standard than you, just like you did with regards to the criminal. According to the Bible, Jesus Christ will be your judge after you die. And 3 of the things that He knows are evil are 1)slander 2)deceit and 3)murder (see Mark 7:20-23). If you're like me, you've done the first 2. What do you think He should do with you?
Quote from: Jason78 on August 27, 2014, 01:15:57 PMDoesn't context matter? Didn't we agree earlier that it's not the crime in and of itself that's evil, but the intent behind it?Shouldn't the impact of a crime and the circumstances be a factor in the sentencing?
Quote from: Hydra009 on August 27, 2014, 02:08:35 PM[Fundie mode] Obviously, not accepting Jesus into your heart - a "crime" that hurts no one - based on some pretty dodgy apologetics is roughly the same thing as murder. Duh! [/Fundie mode]
Quote from: bfiddy100 on August 03, 2014, 08:46:33 PMAre there any crimes that you would consider evil?