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GregoryStewart

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About GregoryStewart

  • Rank
    Experienced Fellow
  • Birthday 05/22/1992

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  • Location
    Texas
  • Interests
    classical guitar, fencing, debate
  • Denomination
    Non-Denominational
  • Name
    Call me Gregory
  1. GregoryStewart

    do you like veggie tales ??? :)

    Yeah, but since when did King Darius have a dream that Daniel interpreted? Nah, but things like that aside, I love Veggie Tales too, my favorite would be "God Wants Me to Forgive Them?!?"
  2. GregoryStewart

    Writing In Your Bible...

    I do that too, but only on scrap newspaper and stuff like that, nothing I paid for, but some people actually do it on money...we once got a $20 dollar bill that had lipstick in shape of a mouth on it...gross. (It's actually illegal to deface money.) But yeah, I don't write or mark in my Bible because it is too distracting for me (nothing against it though), I have a separate note book.
  3. GregoryStewart

    What Are You Currently Playing?

    I can throw around some different ones: Crimson Skies (PC 2000) I not sure about the whole pirate thing though... Activision's Battlezone (PC 1998) Pure unrivaled awesomeness, 'nuff said. Commander Keen (The whole series from the '90s) Probably one of my favorite games! Hmmm we need a few newer releases (You probably all played these though): Portal 2 (PC 2011 obviously) Amazing game absolutely hilarious Batman: Arkham City (PC 2011) Oo Dark...Guess he is the Dark Knight, but why this game wasn't rated M, then I guess I don't know. Way darker then Arkham Asylum. So those are what I play most. (Or recently played) And yes, I am obviously a strictly PC Gamer.
  4. GregoryStewart

    Spoken Word, Anyone?

    Not to be too negative, I love the guy's concerns in the "Why I hate Jesus, but Hate Religion" video, but he is promoting the big misconception about the word "religion." The "Almost" video does bring a very important point about though.
  5. GregoryStewart

    Muiscal Intruments!

    I probably stated before, but I am a huge fan of playing finger-style/classical guitar. I sorta wish I was better at violin though.
  6. Sounds interesting o.o And you can juggle? Congratulations =P

  7. Well, moves between houses, my Grandfather coming to live with us from Mexico, and big-time studies.

    Luckily, I know how to juggle. ;)

  8. GregoryStewart

    What was the last movie you watched?

    Alfred Hitchcock's 1946 Notorious with Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman. Yes, brilliant camera shots, but quite frankly, It was weird.
  9. Haha, at least you're back for now ;P I missed you xD What changed?

  10. Yep. Long time no see? I sorta faded away, as I suddenly got swamped in a lot of changes.

  11. GregoryStewart

    What was the last movie you watched?

    Flame over India with Kenneth Moore and Lauren Bacall. I believe that was the last one.
  12. You're in Texas! So am I! I'm random. And that is all.

  13. I see you haven't been on in a while, I just thought I'd check in on you and say hello I pray that all is well with you and yours. :)

  14. GregoryStewart

    Why should one have faith?

    James, I am not sure if this is the correct place to post this, but I am curious about your position on one point. If you believe you shouldn't believe anything unless it can be logically proven, that is without invoking any kind of self-truths and super-natural, then how do you know you even exist in absolute reality? You can't be sure that everything you perceive is really happening. But, the fact that you can't prove them doesn't make them any less true to you even though you can't simply say, "well, everyone believes that," because that makes an assumption that everyone makes that assumption. (This gets into Godel's incompleteness theorems) Obviously, you must think there is some kind of a difference between these to faiths. (Math, Existence, etc) So what constitutes "enough proof" in you viewpoint? Significant majority? Gregory here.
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