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    Yeah man WTF, he didnt say anything about religion. he talked about god. And dont be so friggen selfish, just because someone believes in God differently doesnt make it a religious slur.

    I only pointed out that God didnt answer their prayers, because God doesnt exist in the way the lady HOPES he does.
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    My basic gripe with this whole mess is the kid wasnt 2, he was 11. Old enough to have a sense of self and the idea of being alone and lost.

    AND that the mother believed GOD had something to do with her kid being found, whereas if she believes that then GOD made the kid so ******* stupid that he got lost 600 ft from camp, for days.
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    And more:

    "It is every parent's worst nightmare, a child lost, perhaps abducted. But salvation, as far as Toby and Jody Hawkins were concerned, was due to Pokemon cards and religious faith."

    Even his parents know hes a ****en moron:

    "Brennan continues to amaze us," Toby Hawkins said in the televised news conference. "I made the comment that I thought that he was the most ill-prepared out of our five children to deal with it, and now I think he was maybe the best."

    And the mother DOESNT believe God is good and just:

    "I didn't think Brennan was still with us," Jody Hawkins said, describing the passage of hours. "I didn't think he could survive that long in the wilderness.

    I dont understand this at all:

    Both Hawkins described how their faith in God sustained them, especially their belief that families are saved together.

    "Families are eternal," said Toby Hawkins. "Whatever the result, our faith will help us get through it."
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    When I was backpacking in Budapest, I ran across lots of different people that all had the same view. They believe that God takes care of them no matter how bad things are. To each their own, I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdashiki
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    I think people want to thank God, because they want to believe that they somehow had something to do with the person being saved.

    Countless times when I was working as a paramedic, I would hear how "God" helped save so and so. They say that because, in order to have been involved in something they had no part of, they say it had to do with God saving the person, and since THEY prayed, and believed, they somehow caused/helped the person survive.

    I think those are words of selfishness, which they attempt to cloak in the selflessness of belief in God.

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    Intersting thoery.

    Faith is a good thing, I think everyone needs it. But, what you have faith in varies from person to person. When others may say "I had faith God would see me through that hard time in my life". I say. " I had enough faith in myself to know I could get myself through that hard time in my life".
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdashiki
    And more:

    "It is every parent's worst nightmare, a child lost, perhaps abducted. But salvation, as far as Toby and Jody Hawkins were concerned, was due to Pokemon cards and religious faith."

    Even his parents know hes a ****en moron:

    "Brennan continues to amaze us," Toby Hawkins said in the televised news conference. "I made the comment that I thought that he was the most ill-prepared out of our five children to deal with it, and now I think he was maybe the best."

    And the mother DOESNT believe God is good and just:

    "I didn't think Brennan was still with us," Jody Hawkins said, describing the passage of hours. "I didn't think he could survive that long in the wilderness.

    I dont understand this at all:

    Both Hawkins described how their faith in God sustained them, especially their belief that families are saved together.

    "Families are eternal," said Toby Hawkins. "Whatever the result, our faith will help us get through it."
    It's Fox news. Come on. Of course they want to make religion seem like the hero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by homchz
    Intersting thoery.

    Faith is a good thing, I think everyone needs it. But, what you have faith in varies from person to person. When others may say "I had faith God would see me through that hard time in my life". I say. " I had enough faith in myself to know I could get myself through that hard time in my life".
    Too often people don't give themselves (or others) credit.

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