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My belief is also instinctive.Who created the World.Science tells us how but not why.Unlike a lot of posters here I am very comfortable with it.

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General discussion / Re: Jacob Rees -Mogg V Leo Varadkar
« on: Today at 02:38:34 PM »
As I say you believe what you want and I'll believe what I want.I am so comfortable with my beliefs that I have no inclination whatsoever to keep ridiculing those of others.

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It's very simple.Without belief in God and sincere repentance there is no hope of salvation

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Not unless they sincerely repented and God granted forgiveness.They are subject to God's laws just like everyone else

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GAA Discussion / Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« on: Today at 10:29:48 AM »
Jim Gavin is the ideal man to rescue Ryanair as well.O'Leary out!

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Not only Catholic Church,all churches.Not too difficult a concept,how the hell (no pun intended) do you expect God to welcome you in the next life,when you didn't believe he existed in this one😂😂😂😂.

Did not Jesus tell people that he would say to people who rejected him,when they arrive at the Pearly Gates, "Go away, I never knew you"

Tenet of all Christian Churches and faith is very simple.

Believe in God and Jesus as your saviour.

Life your life as best you can accordingly on the basis of that firm belief.

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According to scripture,and the beliefs of all Christian Churches,if the repentance is sincere and remorse genuine,forgiveness will be given.It is important to note the words sincere and genuine.Did not Jesus himself forgive a person being crucified alongside him,owing to that person,who had committed terrible deeds,acknowledging him as the saviour?

However not believing in God is tantamount to rejecting him and salvation,so sadly no matter how good a life one leads,under those circumstances,there can be no eternal reward

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You need to repent first.Of course if you don't believe and trust in him as your saviour in the first place you cannot expect to be saved.That's the teaching of all Churches.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« on: September 18, 2017, 08:04:01 PM »
He rectified the things that weren't working successfully.That's what makes him such a great manager.I read an interesting article,that his profession means he spends a lot of time in the air,and has developed coolness and composure by necessity and humility,and he inculcates these qualities into the team,to great effect.

Do you think Pillar Caffrey would have win four All Irelands with this Dublin team?

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The issue here is surely the fact that such a big county like Tyrone has only one floodlit venue in Omagh

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General discussion / Re: Jacob Rees -Mogg V Leo Varadkar
« on: September 18, 2017, 07:42:07 PM »
It is laughable to claim gays are victims now.They have been granted everything,if you even mention certain words that were used frequently on tv sitcoms in the seventies you'd likely be arrested and charged with homophobic hate crimes.

On the other hand all aspects of Christianity are being stripped away,even Grace before the Lord Mayor's Dinner in Belfast,and those who complain about it or even profess to being Christian are ridiculed and vilified.

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GAA Discussion / Re: Money, Dublin and the GAA
« on: September 18, 2017, 07:34:58 PM »
Money can't buy commitment,composure,discipline and determination,the four basic qualities Dublin had yesterday to see them home.Jim Gavin must now be considered the best manager of all time.But for an uncharacteristic miscalculation against Donegal in 2014, he would already be celebrating five in a row.Had he been manager of Mayo yesterday,I have no doubt they would have won.

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Things like this wouldn't happen in Ireland today.But I got plenty of corporal punishment at Primary School, no doubt this would be classified as child abuse today

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General discussion / Re: Jacob Rees -Mogg V Leo Varadkar
« on: September 18, 2017, 04:44:51 PM »
The same abuse as I and other believers have to endure? Believe what you want,scripture is composed of both Old and New Testaments.

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