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    The Army of God

    Eric Rudolf is an American Hero
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    "Eric Rudolf is an American Hero"

    This is the freakin' Olympic Park Bomber you speak of.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Robert_Rudolph

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    Quote Originally Posted by furbearingbrick
    "Eric Rudolf is an American Hero"

    This is the freakin' Olympic Park Bomber you speak of.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Robert_Rudolph

    I gotta agree with the Gorilla, Rudolph is no hero.
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    Let him die in prison taking it up ***

    Your a bore boer

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    And Adolph Hitler was thought of as a German hero. This is sick.
    The terminally stupid and certifiably insane.

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    Like beauty, good and evil are often in the eye of the beholder. I'm sure most of us have heard the phrase that one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter.
    Close your eyes, but keep your mind wide open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godeskian
    Like beauty, good and evil are often in the eye of the beholder. I'm sure most of us have heard the phrase that one man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter.
    He set a bomb in a public place with the intention of killing as many innocent men, women, and children as possible. If that act wasn't a manifestation of evil, then you're right -- evil doesn't exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luciano
    I gotta agree with the Gorilla, Rudolph is no hero.
    Feminist progressive gorilla actually, lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by furbearingbrick
    Feminist progressive gorilla actually, lol!

    Gorillas come in all types I guess. But, back to the point Rudolph is no better than an insurgent in Iraq placing a roadside bomb, Tim McVeigh, or any of his Turner Diary reading friends. Hes a despicable man who took the law into into his own hands and killed fellow Americans. He is actually worse than an Iraqi insurgent or Islamic terrorists.
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    What we have learned here, then, is that just because you're a Christian dosen't mean you can't be a terrorist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by furbearingbrick
    What we have learned here, then, is that just because you're a Christian dosen't mean you can't be a terrorist.
    Often times throughout history, being a terrorist was a requirement. Inquisition, crusades, salem witch trials, etc.
    The terminally stupid and certifiably insane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yossarian
    He set a bomb in a public place with the intention of killing as many innocent men, women, and children as possible. If that act wasn't a manifestation of evil, then you're right -- evil doesn't exist.
    To you and me it was evil, but do you really think that he thought he was evil? Or do you think he believed that he was doing something he had to.

    People who blow other people up often think they are doing their God's work, and i'm willing to bet that they didn't think what they were doing is evil.

    Eye of the beholder mate, eye of the beholder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godeskian
    To you and me it was evil, but do you really think that he thought he was evil? Or do you think he believed that he was doing something he had to.

    People who blow other people up often think they are doing their God's work, and i'm willing to bet that they didn't think what they were doing is evil.

    Eye of the beholder mate, eye of the beholder.
    Right, I understood what you were saying. Just making the observation that if what he did wasn't evil, then evil doesn't exist (in an objective sense.) The phrase "evil is in the eye of the beholder" suggests that evil exists only in the context of our own subjective points of view. Which is true, in so far as we can ever know for sure (being limited by our own perspectives.) :D

    As someone who believes in God, I believe in the existance of a standard of "good" from which "evil" is set apart. So, within the context of my belief system, evil is a tangible, identifiable thing. If I'm remembering correctly, you're an atheist, so you believe no such standard exists.

    We're coming from two completely different frameworks, theist and atheist, so it's only natural that we would think differently on this particular point.

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    With heroes like these who needs villains?
    I am currently reading --- White Jazz - James Ellroy

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    I'm glad I could entertain you nice people :D I don't agree with his Olympic park bombing but the rest was of his actions were "Good Calls" :cool:

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    Quote Originally Posted by yossarian
    If I'm remembering correctly, you're an atheist, so you believe no such standard exists.
    Oh I believe there are standards of good and evil, I just broadly speaking disagree on the source of such standards.

    We're coming from two completely different frameworks, theist and atheist, so it's only natural that we would think differently on this particular point.
    Indeed. However I should point out that I do agree with you that what he did was evil, I just wonder what he thought.
    Close your eyes, but keep your mind wide open.

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