How much is your soul worth? (1 Viewer)

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    ++ [ originally posted by dj juve ] ++
    gray: as a faithful christian, I expected better from you :rolleyes: :(

    ;)
    Isn't it great that Jesus accepts people like me? That's the beauty of it :thumb::cool:

    btw u can't get away with not revealing your dirty dirty soul by talking about mine :p... so what'd u get deej?!
     
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    ++ [ originally posted by gigi's twin ] ++
    Mine worth 44200 Pound! But I don't think that a stupid computer program could decide the price of my soul! I think it is invaluable
    hehe i know i know...it's just for fun mate
     

    Torkel

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    "Your soul is worth £10059. For your peace of mind, 78% of people have a purer soul than you."

    Tsk tsk, I wouldn't sell my soul to those christians anyway... :D
     

    vitoria_Ally

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    Your soul is worth £16797. For your peace of mind, 56% of people have a purer soul than you.

    I sense some conspiracy there :groan:
    I falied in few question in first part, so I am evil :groan:
    Bastards :D
     
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    ++ [ originally posted by tarmpropp ] ++
    Tsk tsk, I wouldn't sell my soul to those christians anyway... :D
    when did that come into it!? :confused:
     

    Dj Juve

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    ++ [ originally posted by vitoria_Ally ] ++
    Your soul is worth £16797. For your peace of mind, 56% of people have a purer soul than you.

    I sense some conspiracy there :groan:
    I falied in few question in first part, so I am evil :groan:
    Bastards :D
    vit! such profanity. :eek: no wonder :rolleyes:


    ;)

    DJ's soul is worth £22633. For DJ's peace of mind, 42% of people have a purer soul than you.


    amen..;)
     

    Torkel

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    ++ [ originally posted by dj juve ] ++
    good thing you added the smilie...;)
    :D
    The thread seemed dead before I did...
    ++ [ originally posted by gray ] ++
    when did that come into it!?
    I was asked in the beginning if I was a practising christian. I think I would have had a more "valuable" soul if I had said yes. That tells me that the makers are christian. You following?
     
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    ++ [ originally posted by tarmpropp ] ++
    I was asked in the beginning if I was a practising christian. I think I would have had a more "valuable" soul if I had said yes. That tells me that the makers are christian. You following?
    I hardly think a Christian organisation would de-value the souls of people by putting a monetary value on God's creation. I also don't think they'd offer
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    or put such customer feedback on their site:

    I don't know how you stand to make any money out of this, but I also don't care as long as I do! I don't believe in God or the idea of a soul so I won't miss something that no-one can prove that I had to start with. Thanks for the $13,000 - I'll worry about the afterlife another time!
    I'm sorry if I took ur comment a bit too seriously, but I just found it judgmental of u to jump to such a conclusion...

    maybe they just put a higher value on the christian soul (no arrogance intended i assure you)...
     

    Torkel

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    ++ [ originally posted by gray ] ++

    I hardly think a Christian organisation would de-value the souls of people by putting a monetary value on God's creation. I also don't think they'd offer or put such customer feedback on their site:

    maybe they just put a higher value on the christian soul (no arrogance intended i assure you)...
    I'm not saying that a christian organization is behind it, just someone that's christian.
    If another religion had been selected, Buddhism for example, I would expect that Buddhists were behind it.
    My reasoning is that not many others than chrisitans would believe that a christian soul is more valuable, agree?
     
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    ++ [ originally posted by tarmpropp ] ++
    My reasoning is that not many others than chrisitans would believe that a christian soul is more valuable, agree?
    Maybe they just value the souls of those who believe that there are such things :p
     
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    And who's to say that answering yes won't reduce your score? :D
     

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