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ColbyDauch
Founder and Head of Studio at Plaid Hat Games
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ColbyDauch May 13
Thank you everybody for the birthday wishes yesterday, for both Plaid Hat and myself. 10 years ago when the finalized paperwork to establish the business showed up in the mail on my birthday I thought it a wonderful birthday gift. Thank you to everyone who has been a part of PHG!
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ColbyDauch May 3
Confession time: the first CD I ever owned was a top hits of the 50s compelation. Junior high Colby deserved all the shit he got. What a dweeb.
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ColbyDauch May 2
Replying to @mrbistro
Super villain origin story
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Plaid Hat Games Apr 25
Complete your Collection! The final two decks-The Grave King and The Protector of Argaia are available today! Join us in celebration of this great game - click the link to find out more! Retweet to be entered to win a Complete Collection of Ashes!
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ColbyDauch Apr 16
Replying to @PlaidHatGames
In the paper shredder UNDER the shredded paper! Devious!
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ColbyDauch Apr 16
Replying to @PlaidHatGames
The bunny hid my egg well. Haven’t found it yet.
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ColbyDauch Apr 14
“You ever fart so hard your back cracks?” - Larry the Cable Guy. This joke has haunted me for years.
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ColbyDauch Apr 11
But what if it was everyone else that was evil and Sparky was doing the just thing in overthrowing you all?
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ColbyDauch Apr 6
Oh, except for the unforgivable sin: Blaspheming the Holy Spirit.
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ColbyDauch Apr 6
Correct. The belief is that, so long as you really believe and ask forgiveness all and any sins are forgiven and you are considered pure in God’s eyes.
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ColbyDauch Apr 6
But I personally don’t feel like I ever chose not to believe. I simply came to not believe after much searching for truth.
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ColbyDauch Apr 6
Right a belief that Christ is the son of God and died for our sins. Then a profession of that belief and acceptance of that sacrifice as a way of eliminating our sins allowing us to be pure enough to go to heaven.
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ColbyDauch Apr 6
I don’t personally believe in a choice. I’m just asking questions from the perspective of most evangelical Christians who believe that a profession of belief that Christ is the son of God and requesting forgiveness of sin is required.
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ColbyDauch Apr 6
Yeah, well I choose not to believe in a God who would set all of this in motion and give so little and cryptic evidence of his own existence and yet require belief in it to avoid hell, because that done in foreknowledge is not good or loving so the book is wrong somewhere.
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ColbyDauch Apr 6
And yet the Bible says most of us won’t be and God created us anyway knowing this.
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ColbyDauch Apr 6
It isn’t overlooking it at all. He knew that would not be sufficient to save most of us back before he set the whole thing in motion.
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ColbyDauch Apr 6
And yet he knowingly setup a system where most of his creation would forever burn? How is that by anyone’s definition good?
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ColbyDauch Apr 6
But that rebellion and evil was in him.and us. Who put it there if not his/our creator? Why create something you know will cause all of this suffering? The Bible says most of us are headed for eternal suffering.
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ColbyDauch Apr 5
But who created the evil in the first place? Who created those rules about how this all supposedly works? God knows all, yet created us knowing we wouldn’t measure up only to send most of us to eternal suffering? Why? So he’d have something to worship him? Don’t see love there.
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ColbyDauch Apr 5
If a child were on fire in front of me and I had a fire extinguisher and did nothing, I would be evil. Yet a God that is supposed to be all-powerful and all-knowing sits idly by in the face of suffering and evil. I don’t see love there.
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