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Monday, July 31, 2006

Mel Gibson

Many of you know Mel Gibson was arested the other day. Well I'm here to give you the right point of view.You may not be Christian, but please, I call you to listen. Micheal Savage (see www.michealsavage.com) says that when Mel was making The Passion of the CHRIST, he went to see him. Savage said Mel was a very nice man so he asked em out to drink. Mel said honestly, no I don't drink. What do you think could have called Mel to drink again. Maybe it was all the angry people who kept stepping on him because of his great movie, The Passion of the CHRIST. You tell me why you think this man turned around. I just remembered that in the Bible, JESUS said: "Whoever hasn't sinned, be the first to throw the stone." That's why I'm so ticked of about all this junk about boycotting Mel and stuff like that! SHUT UP!!!! Anyone who says that. I'm serious. Mel said he was sorry, what can you do now. We all sin. And he asked for forgiveness of his sin. Whats the big deal all you liberals! Stop trying to crush him. He will overcome you and destroy you...! What more, he said he's sorry so shut up back talkers.

GOD bless "U" all! and have a good week.
Hammer out.

RC Hammer

(P.S. Sorry for the language, I'm just really ticked off.)

27 Comments:

  • At Saturday, 05 August, 2006 , Anonymous luiza_sanchez2 said...

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    im catolic.. and im hispanic ;);)
    and i really don't like The Passion of the CHRIST is kinda racist!!!


    (sorry if you don't understand my english)

     
  • At Saturday, 05 August, 2006 , Blogger RCHAMMER said...

    That's all right. We're all different. I'm just trying to point out that Mel is a good man who trys to do the right thing and everyone hates em and won't forgive him for it even though he said he was sorry.
    Hammer out.

    RC Hammer

     
  • At Saturday, 05 August, 2006 , Blogger Steven said...

    Hello Hammer,

    Got your comment on my blog: http://novelfiction.blogspot.com.

    I agree about Mel. I think the character of people should be judged for what they DO in public, not for what they say in private. Although, you could say this was public, he was drunk and in custody. He would not be the first person to say something stupid under the influence.

     
  • At Saturday, 05 August, 2006 , Blogger ophelia said...

    A-FREAKING-MEN. i couldn't have said it better. holla.

     
  • At Sunday, 06 August, 2006 , Blogger RCHAMMER said...

    Hi.
    Hammer out.

    RC Hammer

     
  • At Sunday, 06 August, 2006 , Blogger RCHAMMER said...

    That's all I have to say: FOR NOW.
    Hammer out.

    RC Hammer

     
  • At Sunday, 06 August, 2006 , Anonymous Anon said...

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  • At Monday, 07 August, 2006 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Dude chill out. Everything RC Hammer writes is what he believes in. He's preaching too. One more thing, DON"T SAY THE LORD'S NAME IN VAIN. It's a sin. One of the ten conmandments.

    RC Hammer, see if you can get my name on this clue. Peace out.

     
  • At Monday, 07 August, 2006 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Anon, Are you always leaving rude comments? Why would you say Dickhead. And Religious IS NOT CRAP!!!!! Watch your mouth Anon. Some people are really religious. If you can't say anything nice, don't say it at all.

     
  • At Monday, 07 August, 2006 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Oh and another thing, No one I repeat no one, can be a God. That's another sin. Believing in another God.

     
  • At Tuesday, 08 August, 2006 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Narrow minded religious fanaticism at its finest.

    If we consider the bible as fact, then the earth is only 6000 years old and was made in six days.

    So I'd rather speak the lords name in vein than be dumb enough to beleive that.

     
  • At Wednesday, 09 August, 2006 , Blogger RCHAMMER said...

    Allright... umm.... when I was gone, I really got some, umm... diverse comments. OK, I do have things to say, but I really don't think they matter as to people listening. Thanks for commenting though....

    RC Hammer

     
  • At Thursday, 10 August, 2006 , Blogger Fenrir said...

    ... what is wrong with the earth only being 6000 years old? I don't see anything wrong with that. And what could be wrong with it being made in six days?
    That's kind of like saying, "I don't like babies because they are made in nine months."

     
  • At Friday, 11 August, 2006 , Anonymous Anonymous Guy said...

    The book of genesis shouldn't be taken as fact.

    there is an overwhelming amount of scientific evidence proving that theory wrong, including human cultures dating back much longer than six thousand years ago.

    It just angers me that people take the bible too literally, did god write the bible?, no, the bible is a human interperatation of a series of events, and where there's a human, there are different perspectives, misconceptions, misinterpretation, and of course error.

    By the way, you do know that Fenrir is a figure in Norse Mythology, a culture that beleived in many gods?

    So if you want to stick so closely to the bible, fine, but worshiping other gods is a sin, and you've named yourself after a mythological figure from a different religion.

    Or do you just take it literally when it suits you?

     
  • At Friday, 11 August, 2006 , Blogger RCHAMMER said...

    Umm... actually, the Bible was made by people who walked with the LORD, and HE inspired them when they wrote it. The 1st 5 books of the Bible (the pentetauch) was written by Moses and if you don't believe HE walked with GOD, then your crazy! He flippin rode to Heaven on a cloud with JESUS, he must be important! Oh, AG, whoever hasn't sinned let him throw the first stone! My name is after MC Hammer, do I worship him? No! Does Fenrir worship Fenrir... NO!!! So that's no sin in GOD'S eyes anyway. Are you one to judge? The Bible says whoever judges will be judged the same way they judged someone by the ultimate JUDGE! Is GOD going to judge you by your name in the last days?
    Hammer out.

    RC Hammer

     
  • At Friday, 11 August, 2006 , Anonymous Anon said...

    Moses was a human right?

    and I seriously doubt the bible as we know it is even close to what Moses wrote.

    I brang that up, because of people getting bogged down in pointless religious semantics.

    If you think the bible is so unfallible, so correct, then you should see fenrir's name as a sin, because the bible hasnt changed the definition of a sin recently has it?, because if you went back in time one hundred years ago, and had named yourself after a religious figure from a different faith, you would be considered to be sinning.

    I'm not saying its the same thing, but its close.

    My whole point is, people like you judge others on some of the archaic rules of the bible, which you dont even hold yourself to.

    If you want to get technical, the first five books were fabled to be written by moses, only four passages are actually credited to him, in the fifth the death and burial of moses is covered, however it is written in third person, which makes it quite clear that at least this part was written by another person

    There is an incredible amount of speculation on this fact, not to mention the numourous sources that state the first four books were written by god in dictation, and only the last was actually written by moses.

    How can the bible be 100 percent accurate, if it went through hundreds of revisions, completely new books were added (Prophets, Writings) and many things were in a state of flux, you can try to say the bible was edited perhaps guided by some divine will, but that is grasping at straws.

    It wasnt untill the bible was translated to greek that it remained largely unchanged, as all copies of the bible are translated from that, with great care taken to not mistranslate it.

    So Moses may have known his stuff, but that doesnt mean everyone between then and now did.

    By the way, your name isnt MC Hammer, its RC Hammer.

     
  • At Friday, 11 August, 2006 , Blogger RCHAMMER said...

    Maybe he just likes the name I don't know. The Bible says nothing about having the same name as the other GOD being a sin, it says no worshiping other names sides HIS! Now, I think we should both shut are mouths and open up are ears for what the actual person we are talking about has to say!
    Hammer out.

    RC Hammer

     
  • At Friday, 11 August, 2006 , Anonymous Anon said...

    Fenrir is a figure in norse mythology, not a god.

    My point never was that he was worshipping another god or anything of the such, I was just using that as an example, my point was that people like you preach these rules at people, but most of the time, only live by the ones that you think apply to you.

     
  • At Sunday, 13 August, 2006 , Blogger Fenrir said...

    Thanks, RC, for making me aware of this. I didn't even think about checking this post again.

    Yes, I did know that Fenrir was the wolf God of Norse mythology, who killed Odin, and will be killed by Odin's son. And yes, I did nickname myself after his character in Norse mythology. In no way do I worship or exhault Fenrir, a god of another religion and culture. I enjoy fables and stories from other cultures - my choosing of this name is the same as if I had chosen a name from a modern-day mythical story, such as Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, or Star Wars. They are all fantasy - just as Fenrir was - and obviously not real characters or gods. Your objection to my nickname is a cheap shot and weak point - had you visited my blog, you would have read the reason why I chose this name and what I think about it. If I had nicknamed myself "Brandon," as is my name in real life, then would you say that I worship myself? I don't think you would make that kind of accusation. It's absolutely ridiculous.

    We Christians live by the laws of the prophets, of Moses, and of the Jewish tradition. And, as you pointed out, it is impossible for us to keep these laws. We're not perfect. I'm not perfect, and you're not perfect. It's true that we may act as though our faults mean nothing and they don't exist, but that is only because we believe they don't count. Instead of being bogged down by the negative things we've done, we know that we have forgiveness from He Whom It Matters, and we try harder to not make mistakes the next time around, so as to please those who are scrutinizing us (i.e. you). Supposing I did make Fenrir an idol of worship - being a Christian, I would become aware of this fault, either by someone letting me know that I am worshipping other gods, or by myself having realized that it is interfering with my relationship with God. I would repent, and do my best not to do it again. My point is this: It is our imperfections that make us realize how much we need God. If I were perfect, and followed all of the laws (as you said I should), than I wouldn't need God, would I?

    The overwhelming amount of evidence pointing to the theory of Genesis not being factual is, in itself, theoretical as well. Yet if you look at the amount of historical evidence that proves the Bible correct, you'll find that not only does it outweigh any science that has been used against God, but also see that there is much more science that proves His existence. Look at it like this: If you go to a garden looking for weeds, and find weeds all throughout the garden without noticing the flowers, than you wouldn't think it a garden, would you? You'd think it was a mess of weeds. But if you go into the garden looking for flowers, you'd see that it is a great garden. And if you'd wait for the next season, you'd see that what you once thought were weeds, were actually flowers that hadn't bloomed yet.

    Let me explain that a little further: If you're thinking negative, and looking at the negative, than all you will see is negative things. But if you look at it in a positive light, and do you research trying to prove God's existence, rather than try to prove that He doesn't exist, you'd find an overwhelming amount of proof that He lives.

     
  • At Sunday, 13 August, 2006 , Blogger RCHAMMER said...

    Dang, you said it way before I could say anything and you probably did it a lot better. Thanks. It's settled now. Gosh! Case closed. Thank you very much.
    Hammer out.

    RC Hammer

     
  • At Monday, 14 August, 2006 , Anonymous Arelas said...

    You sure put that rather nicely, though you seem to have misinterpreted my argument, as I was only using that as an example, not actually stating that you worshipped any norse gods, so dont get so worked up when I was accusing you hypothetically, my point was that alot of christians get hung up on technicalities, which isnt what christianity is about, that is what the church is about, maybe I didnt express it as well as I could have, but that is what I was trying to say.

    And here is where you've adopted the typical christian mindset "all fantasy- just as Fenrir was"

    How do you know that norse mythology is wrong?, what gives you the right to decide what religion is fiction and what is fact?
    Nothing gives you that right, regardless of how strongly you believe something to be true, that doesnt give you the right to dismiss the beliefs of others, I have never stated that I dont think that god exists, because I like to take a scientific perspective on creation and human history.

    How is the notion of a wolf god any less credible than a planet with billions of years of geological history being made in six days?

    It isnt.

    And here is where you've jumped the gun, and assumed I have been attacking christianity as a whole, I never said I didnt think god existed, and never tried to argue that, so next time read more carefully rather than ranting about something that wasnt even part of my argument.

    As for the overwhelming historical evidence, I have studied ancient history, and there is more historical evidence "proving" the existence of Zeus and Hades then there is proving christianity, (if you're speaking in terms of pure volume of information) as these religions based on polytheism were well documented when christianity was seen as nothing but a cult.

    I'm sure you have your doubts about carbon dating and various other scientific methods used to determine the age of a paticular structure or fossil, as most people of the christain faith are overly critical of these methods, mainly because of how much it contradicts the bible.

    Alot of Christians seem to misinterpret what a theory is, a theory isnt a guess, or a pot shot at an explanation like alot of people seem to think, if one thing doesnt seem to completely fit, that doesnt make the theory wrong, there is no real way to prove anything in the universe, so I could go as far to say that the bible is a theory.

    The celestial patterns of our solar system are a theory, but that doesnt change the fact that earth does orbit the sun, this is how we came to understand seasons, and the different phases of the moon, and establish an accurate calender.

    As for the scientific evidence on creation that outweighs evolutionary theory, besides the fact that you didnt actually mention anything, this statement is as unfounded as it is pathetic, if you're one of the Christians that beleives in teaching intelligent design, you dont understand science, you cant use science as a method to try to justify religion, the two dont go together, Intelligent design is almost a form of brainwashing, children in schools are given outdated or uncredited "evidence" such as something as ridiculous as "The oldest fossil on record is only four thousand years old!, proving creationism"

    Well considering the only way to determine the age of a fossil accurately is with carbon dating!, the flaw in this argument is quite obvious.

    As many fossils have been determined with carbon dating to be billions of years old.

    Creationists dispute carbon dating, and then try to use "evidence" that could only be determined with the aid of carbon dating, in their argument.

    I'm never going to state Christianity as being wrong, but even you must be a little critical of the bible, As much as we would all like to think that the original story hasnt changed, the bible isnt something that was handed to us by God, its been changed, again, and again, and again, (read my previous post) perhaps a little by some divine will, but mostly with people in positions of power with agendas, I would like to believe that there is a record of creation, or our creator that is beyond dispute, but I dont think its the bible, maybe it used to be, but for me to put my faith in a book that has been warped over the centuries by man, is asking a little too much.

    As for me being a negative person, I'm a realist, not a pessimist, and as for me looking for weeds in the garden, as poetic and nicely put as that image is, I dont look for things to prove others wrong, I like to get as much information as I can, then make my own choice, just because I'm critical of something you believe strongly in, doesnt make me a negative person.

    And Rc hammer, how could a bunch of vague statements (as nicely structured as they were) possibly prove anything, jumping from an argument about historical and scientific evidence to an analogy about flowers in a garden really speaks volumes for your argument.

    Next time, dont jump to the conclusion that I was trying to prove that god doesnt exist.

     
  • At Monday, 14 August, 2006 , Blogger RCHAMMER said...

    I wasn't jumping to that conclusion, I was just steping up for Fenrir. The reason I haven't argued with you about the Bible being fact or theory is because I don't think I can. Everything you say I disagree with, I could tell you my opinion on everything you say but it would just... I don't know. This topic seems like we disagree with everything. Ooooh, well, I guess... maybe we can have this conversation, but I just don't agree with anything you said, so I guess I will make a statement of my own. The Bible has to be true because, everything we know about GOD and JESUS and the HOLY SPIRIT is there, it goes along with everything else that we know and it proves a lot of stuff; If we take away the Bible there is no GOD... more like, if you take away the knoweldge of the Bible, there is no GOD. We don't have to read the Bible to know GOD. The Bible let's us know about HIM, but when we have that knoweldge that HE is there, everything else becomes proof.

    Alright, I didn't really bring up anything you said, but that is because I don't agree in those staments that you made, tell me your thoughts on my stament... I guess.
    Hammer out.

    RC Hammer

     
  • At Monday, 14 August, 2006 , Anonymous Arelas said...

    My post was directed to fenrir, only the last part was directed at you.

     
  • At Thursday, 17 August, 2006 , Blogger RCHAMMER said...

    Kay... never mind then.
    Hammer out.

    RC Hammer

     
  • At Monday, 21 August, 2006 , Blogger Fenrir said...

    Wait a minute, arelas...
    what is your point? What is the MAIN thing you're getting at with all of this??? Let's handle one thing at a time, that's all I'm trying to get at with this question. We can do science, or Biblical inaccuracies, or Christian hypocracy, or Christian ignorance, or whatever. Pick one, and I'll say stuff - but I'm too human to handle all four topics in one post.

     
  • At Friday, 25 August, 2006 , Blogger RCHAMMER said...

    Gosh, no kidding!

    RC

     
  • At Saturday, 04 November, 2006 , Blogger RCHAMMER said...

    Arelas, if your still there, check out my new posts. I hope they are "beter". I'm trying hard to improve em.

    RC Hammer

     

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