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On The Death of Robin Williams

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by Truthseeker View Post
    I didn't mean to impugn your character and integrity. I'm sorry I upset you.
    Not upset. Amused.

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  • Truthseeker
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    Ah, impugn my character and integrity, get called out on it, then "let's just end our dispute", eh?

    I accept your apology, and shall expect better of you.
    I didn't mean to impugn your character and integrity. I'm sorry I upset you.

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by Truthseeker View Post
    Not arguing with you over what God can do or not do. Let's just end our dispute here now?
    Ah, impugn my character and integrity, get called out on it, then "let's just end our dispute", eh?

    I accept your apology, and shall expect better of you.

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  • Truthseeker
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    OK, because I actually like you, let me try to address this.... Here's what YOU said...


    That's just dumb! On what basis do you come to that silly conclusion? Unless you think somebody can change their eternal destiny AFTER they're dead, like the Mormons believe. Do you have ANY indication that Williams came to a saving knowledge of Christ before he died? Anything at ALL?



    And, where in the world did you get THAT? Seems to me there's a whole lot of ASSumin' goin' on here!



    That made me
    Not arguing with you over what God can do or not do. Let's just end our dispute here now?

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by Truthseeker View Post
    Not sure to what you are referring, but I guess you think I'm the dummy.
    OK, because I actually like you, let me try to address this.... Here's what YOU said...
    Originally posted by Truthseeker View Post
    Oh! A preacher gives us a pretty good indication he does not believe in the redemptive power and grace of our Lord.
    That's just dumb! On what basis do you come to that silly conclusion? Unless you think somebody can change their eternal destiny AFTER they're dead, like the Mormons believe. Do you have ANY indication that Williams came to a saving knowledge of Christ before he died? Anything at ALL?

    ? Expression implying ability to know who's going and who else is not?
    And, where in the world did you get THAT? Seems to me there's a whole lot of ASSumin' goin' on here!

    I can't throw my voice to save my life.
    That made me

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  • Truthseeker
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    You're doing that "dummy" thing again.
    Not sure to what you are referring, but I guess you think I'm the dummy.



    OK, I believe you. You can stop the dummy routine.
    I can't throw my voice to save my life.

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by Truthseeker View Post
    Oh! A preacher gives us a pretty good indication he does not believe in the redemptive power and grace of our Lord.
    You're doing that "dummy" thing again.

    ? Expression implying ability to know who's going and who else is not?
    OK, I believe you. You can stop the dummy routine.

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  • Truthseeker
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    Sure, but sometimes we have a pretty good indication.
    Oh! A preacher gives us a pretty good indication he does not believe in the redemptive power and grace of our Lord.


    meh
    ? Expression implying ability to know who's going and who else is not?

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  • TimelessTheist
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    Hopefully, God will show him mercy.

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  • Truthseeker
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    Robin visits Koko's home (gorilla that signs with fingers; video is ad supported but you can skip the ad) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GorgFtCqPEs

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by Catholicity View Post
    I can and here's why.... because we do not know who is and is not in heaven.
    Sure, but sometimes we have a pretty good indication.

    Since there are no presumptions of the final judgement,
    meh

    It is not wrong to wish someone to Rest in Peace.
    Which is why I specifically said "I don't condemn others for saying that, but I simply could not".

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  • Catholicity
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    Originally posted by Cow Poke View Post
    Who is the nonbeliever? Are you talking about the grieving one or the deceased one? I wouldn't say to ANYBODY concerning a deceased nonbeliever "may he/she rest in peace", because I believe that extends false hope. I don't condemn others for saying that, but I simply could not.
    I can and here's why.... because we do not know who is and is not in heaven. Since there are no presumptions of the final judgement, It is not wrong to wish someone to Rest in Peace.

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  • Cow Poke
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    Originally posted by Truthseeker View Post
    I guess it's OK to say to a grieving one who you know is a nonbeliever, "May she rest in peace!"
    Who is the nonbeliever? Are you talking about the grieving one or the deceased one? I wouldn't say to ANYBODY concerning a deceased nonbeliever "may he/she rest in peace", because I believe that extends false hope. I don't condemn others for saying that, but I simply could not.

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  • lilpixieofterror
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    One of my favorite roles Robin Williams played in:

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  • Truthseeker
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    I guess it's OK to say to a grieving one who you know is a nonbeliever, "May she rest in peace!"

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