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$5 off Voucher for Bible Colouring In Pages @ Sweet Honeycomb

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If you like the Koorong deals you'll love this one. Use the voucher code for $5 off at the checkout for a bunch of different colouring in page downloads. All are hand drawn pieces.

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        Religion is being stuck down our throats continuously by the media and politicians.
        As stated after the recent survey into same sex marriage, it is the most important subject to Australian citizens.

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          Ah- well the media love to trigger people, don't they! It's a good thing the Australian public bite. As for pollies, I don't see or read too much. Regardless, it's bloody colouring-in books for crying out loud. There is no need for Ozbargainers to take the opportunity to turn it into a debate or get on their soapbox.

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      Both of those festivals are of pagan origin.
      Saturnalia, and the summer solstice.

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      This is if you apply logic to them. But because it's such a pathetic, passive aggressive Bigoted emotional reaction on a bargain site it doesn't deserve the dignity.

      They worship their dollars, gadgets, possessions and regurgitate the indoctrination they receive from the elites who control the silicon valley social media corporations. They are loud and sit in their ivory towers behind keyboards but lack any substance, character or humility in real life.

      No wonder why mental illness is skyrocketing in such a 'progressive' society.

      All you can really do is point and laugh because they are losing their power and relevance every day and ironically pushing those in the center to the right.

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    I'm more into the SATAN side of the bible, anything for my favorite character?

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      Parliamentary group photo, you can add horns and wings depending on your affiliation, I believe some of Satans helpers are fallen angels … and I'm sure some in Canberra regard themselves as fallen angels.

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    Not a deal. Other than the religious component to this which is not a reason to neg of course. The deal is not good. You can download most of this type of stuff for free using google.

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      Source?

      Why state the religious component if it's an invalid reason then?
      Saying a deal is "not good" with no evidence is 'not good' practice.

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        Some things are so self-evident they don't need a source.

        And since when has any religion ever required any evidence of anything?

        Havva lil' faif, bruvva!

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    The saddest part about this post is the thinly veiled bigotry against Christianity/the Church. Would you honestly neg with such passion if the deal was about a colouring book for something else?

    Users should familiarise themselves with the voting guidelines. The only possible legitimate neg would be due to there being a cheaper price elsewhere, but none so far have provided a link for the same, cheaper products.

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      Would you honestly neg with such passion if the deal was about a colouring book for something else?

      I think there would be equal treatment for deals promoting any movement guilty of mass-murder and child abuse.

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        So naive. It's all to easy to reduce a belief system to that eh? That way we can digest it easily and make up an opinion quickly!

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          "By your fruits you shall be known" or something like that. Religion has produced some pretty rotten fruit over the years.

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          @dm01:

          Religion hasn't done anything- bad people have and they haven't acted out of new testament teaching, only their own selfish evil desires. A huge amount of good has been done too but let's gloss over that, shall we?

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          @Buckshot: guns don't kill people, people kill people

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          @Buckshot: Crusades, stolen generation, inquisition, institutionalised child rape.. i can go on and on. People that turn a blind eye to evil are evil themselves.

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          @knackers:
          But guns only have one purpose don't they? Not easy to use them as a can opener or change a tyre… flawed logic.

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          @knackers:

          Stolen from another poster here:

          The Church is the largest single provider of healthcare in the world
          • also the largest single provider of education in the world
          • Church fathers successfully campaigned against infanticide in society
          • and stood up for the rights of women by codifying marriage as a sacrament
          • The first orphanages were churches
          • Barnardos is the world's largest orphanage system
          • Churches pioneered the first homes for the elderly
          • and the first homes for the disabled in society
          • Leading society to abolish the slave trade (Wilberforce and the church)
          • Pioneers of modern social workers (Jane Adams)
          • Fathers of modern Foster Care (Charles L. Brace)
          • The Mothers Union - strengthening family life. Founded in 1876
          • Free health care for the terminally ill (Douglas Macmillan)
          • Pioneers of modern nursing (F.Nightingale)
          • Almost all schools were church founded before the state took over
          • 100 out of 110 US universities were church founded (inc. Yale, Princeton and Harvard)
          • Pioneers of free schooling for poor young people (John Pounds)
          • School for children in slums (R.Raikes)
          • World Literacy pioneers (SIL and Frank Lauback)
          • Pioneers of education for the deaf (Rev. Gallaudet)
          • Braille system for the blind developed by Louis Braille.
          • First laws to protect children from abuse (Soc. PCC - Rev B Waugh)
          • Fighting for the rights of children working in factories (Richard Oastler)
          • as well as campaigning for Poor Law reform
          • Josephine Butler campaigned for the age of consent to be set to 16 so children could not be abused.
          • YMCA - caring for young people in society
          • Salvation Army - pioneering radical care for the poor and disadvantaged in society
          • Education for orphans (George Mueller)
          • Campaigning for prison reform (Quakers)
          • Temperance Movement to address alcohol abuse in society
          • Alcoholics (and Narcotics) Anonymous (Dr. B.Smith)
          • Leading society to adopt "fair trade" (Tearfund)
          • Pioneers of Microfinance for poor countries (D.Bussau)
          • Pioneers of international child sponsorship (World Vision, Dr. R. Price)
          • Save The Children, huge worldwide mission (Eglantyne Jebb)
          • Fathers of modern famine relief (Oxfam Quakers)
          • International Housing for the poor - Habitat for Humanity (Millard Fuller)
          • Justice for people worldwide who are oppressed (Amnesty International - P.Beneson, E.Baker)
          • Leprosy Mission - caring for those no-one else wants (Dr. P.Wilson)
          • King James Bible - profound impact on the English language and culture

          I can acknowledge the bad done by people in the church but can acknowledge the good? Does that suit the narrative you're pushing? Probably not.

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          @Buckshot: "good people will do good things and bad people will do bad things but for good people to do evil that requires religion"

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          @Buckshot: I prefer charitable organisations that don't splurge their obscene wealth on golden figurines

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          @knackers:

          Yea- strawman. Troll.

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          @Buckshot:
          Well done, very thought provoking.

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        promoting mass-murder and child abuse

        That's a wonderfully generalised strawman you got there. Curious what part of Biblical Christianity promotes such things?

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          you obvious haven't read the bible

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        To evaluate the validity of statement which implies that '[Christianity is] guilty of mass-murder and child abuse', perhaps it would be worthwhile to consider the counter-factual: what would the 'atheism paradise' look like? (I'm making the assumption that another theistic religion is not being advocated as the alternative).

        In the largest country in the world (more than one billion people) the government-promoted belief is atheism and discourages theistic religions in general, particularly 'foreign' religions like Christianity.

        The gender-gap at birth has been a problem in many countries since the increased availability of antenatal (pre-birth) sex identification technologies, but the problem in the largest country in the world is particularly notable.

        This country has had approximately one million 'missing' female births per year for most of the past twenty-five years (https://www.scmp.com/news/china/policies-politics/article/20... and https://www.bmj.com/content/bmj/338/bmj.b1211.full.pdf). This figure is almost twice as high (as a proportion) as other countries in the region, and stands in contrast to more recent data from East Asian areas such as Taiwan (page 33 of http://www.ios.sinica.edu.tw/dicgf/abstract/p-9-1.pdf) or South Korea (https://www.pri.org/stories/2016-12-08/south-korea-parents-a...) or Hong Kong which have otherwise similar cultures.

        Looking at the quoted British Medical Journal paper and also (Almond, Edmund Milligan 2013 https://www.jstor.org/stable/41811953?seq=1#page_scan_tab_co... ) it is notable that some areas with strong religious traditions (Tibetan Buddhism in Tibet, and Islam in Xinjiang) had 'normal' sex ratios at birth, and that two religions (Islam and Christianity) appear to be factors protecting female births in the Almond et al paper. These factors are more protective than education or living in urban/city areas in protecting female births.

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      The reason is because it is aimed at the most vulnerable in our society, by a merchant the vast majority of Australians take issue with. This is within the guidelines.

      All religions exhibit bigotry by their nature and rules. They are all bigoted toward each other. Can all of the incompatible claims be "true".

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        I'm not familiar with past issues with the vendor, would you care to make me aware? Did they fail to deliver the product as described for the price specified?

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        All people are bigoted to an extent. It is not a behaviour or thinking exclusive to religion.

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        All religions exhibit bigotry by their nature and rules. They are all bigoted toward each other. Can all of the incompatible claims be "true"

        You have a flawed understanding of truth and intolerance. If something is objectively true and you disagree, that does not make you intolerant/bigoted, it makes you wrong. The same can be said for the inverse.

        Religions are not bigoted towards each other, they are incompatible. I've yet to see direct contradictions in Christianity, only unverified claims or leaps in logic.

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          You are right, I really don't understand what you are saying.

          I should have specified it is mostly monotheistic religions. Polytheists are generally tolerant of other religions, and it was Jews and Christians who faced charges of atheism in Roman times.

          I may have the wrong terminology. What do you call it when the Abrahamic religions teach that homosexuals should be put to death? When christians say Catholics are working for the devil and destined for hell? When Muslims impose a tax on Jews and Christians for not being muslims? What is it called when Catholics torture and kill pagans and Jews? What do you call it when christians say "The Jews" killed god? What do you call forced indoctrination and conversion from other religions? When Catholics say protestants are evil and working for satan? When christians associated the Pope with the antichrist? What do you call it when christians persecute single mothers? etc, etc Should I say they are just wrong toward one another?

          re Contradictions in Christianity. Come on, the texts themselves contradict each other.
          There are hundreds, if not thousands of web sites listing biblical contradictions. Gospel contradiction alone are huge. Even believing scholars agree with these problems, and the forged Pauline writings.

          Are you not being bigoted when you said that your Christianity is correct, and the others are all wrong?

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          Homosexuals are a religion? I'm learning so many new things today!

          I can't necessarily comment on other religions as I do not have a comparable understanding of them. When anyone makes claims and then cites their religion as their sole reasoning then I look at the religion. For examples sake, if a Christian were to hypothetically say the Pope is the antichrist, I would read the Bible in it's context, finding the evidence baseless and lacking, I would dismiss the claim and be wary of any other libelous claims they might make, under the guise of religion.

          Should you say they are wrong towards one another? Well what is wrong? Define wrong/bad please.

          If there are thousands of web sites listing Biblical contradictions, why hasn't Christianity collapsed on itself if it is so insurmountably evidently false? Again I've yet to find logical contradictions, none have been presented here today too.

          Not sure where you pulled me saying my Christianity is correct and all others are wrong from. First of all it's not about the individual, everything would be relative (like atheism), it's not "my Christianity". I merely said they it cannot be correct whilst an opposing thought/worldview/religion is also correct.

          If it were to be true, by default the contradicting viewpoints would be false. According to your last statement, the existence of truth is bigotry?

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      100%

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      I think it's pretty easy to find colouring in material even ones that are Christian based online (I suppose whether you count image search copyright infringement ok is another story lol).

      Can see it's a troll thread because of that. But it's sad at how vitriolic some people are against religion. As they say the only thing more annoying than Jehovah's Witnesses are the ones who won't shut up complaining about them.

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        It is because people's beliefs affect their actions. Those actions affect those around them. A prominent example is how gay people faced prosecution until very recently(70's?). To believe that gay people should be stoned because of a book written in the bronze age, for what amounts to a chemical/biological difference, is impossible to reason.

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          If homosexuality is a chemical/biological difference, does that not make it a evolutionary genetic defect?

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          @J4ckal: not a defect, just a particular mutation, much like every other evolutionary trait that all living things possess.

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          @J4ckal: Perhaps belief in a skyfather is also an evolutionary genetic defect.

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          @dm01:

          What about people that say "The Universe is trying to tell me something?"

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        People who complain about unwanted guests don't annoy you on a Saturday morning and try to rope you in to their cult by entering your home

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      you don't know how to google, 'bible themed coloring in pages,'? I'm not going to do the leg work for those who lack common sense….

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    Came for comments. Was not disappointed.

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    This does my head in. To attempt rationally saving on something completely irrational?

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      they trying to polish a turd

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    Here for the comments lol

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    what's the deal has received the most negs previously?

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    I came to watch others get teh penalty box

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    "Sweet Honeycomb"…isn't that what the priests used to call their…

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    I can already brainwash my kids for free..

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    This is not constitute a bargain. If you want to donate money to a church, do it directly.

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    Promoting ideology on OzBargain? One that promotes hatred against gays and infidels? Neg

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      Hatred of Infidels, you say😱
      So Christians hate Infidels…
      And Muslims hate Infidels…
      It's hard being an Infidel (a non-believer)😉

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        Genuine christians don't hate anybody. Jesus told us to love one another, not 'love what other people do'

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          Except when they say that infidels go to hell

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          Genuine Catholics follow the bible and the pope

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          @tomkun01:

          Painting with such a broad brush loses any legitimacy towards your point.

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          @Filthy-Frankfurt: right. Pointing out the elected leader of an organisation, one that they say takes orders from a god directly, was a mistake.

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        You're one Infidel that we all love :)

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    Praise the lord for this bargain.

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    Hail Satan!

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      How is Satan off topic?

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    Mods must dread any religious-related deals!

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      And caged eggs deals

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      Soon as guns or religion is posted people lose their freaking minds.

      There's a few reasonable comments about the actual fact that there's better options for less money.

      It's a bargain website not a soapbox…sheesh

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        Firearms deals are banned because of this. Yet religion deals are not? What is the actual benefit of a discounted colouring in page when it's normal price is free?

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          Well, firearms require a license and can/do kill people….i'm yet to hear about a coloring page murder on the news.

          End of the day no-one is being forced to buy it, there's better options out there at that should be the discussion point.

          The talk of brainwashing ect is ludicrous considering the offer presented. Just a bunch of anti religious triggered keyboard warriors trying to prove a point that noone cares.

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          @Filthy-Frankfurt: Religion and Politics are the two things I don't get involved in.
          In both scenarios, people are too convinced they are right to listen to reason.

          You can get your child to colour in anything, don't try and sculpt their views.

          Why can't we post bargains of free colouring pages from other sources?

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          @Filthy-Frankfurt: it's very similar to the propaganda used in war times to shape peoples minds. I.e. Brainwashing

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    indoctrination

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      thats the issue. indoctrination should certainly not cost the almighty dollar. and never a bargain. free jehovas witnesses pamphlets, everyone!

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    I'm sorry, i just don't understand how this is a deal nor think it belongs in the deals section, so I'm downvoting it. If it were a $5 off voucher for colouring in pictures of houses or spaceships i would also downvote it. The reasons are:
    -in this day and age, i do not expect to have to pay for someone's basic drawings, particularly crudely done ones that promote a religious agenda
    -as an ozbargainer, i'm well aware that i could easily screenshot the previews of each page and digitally inflate them with freely acquired software and get the end product for free regardless

    Thank you and good day sir

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    Wow these comments took a turn from yesterday..

    Either way, it's not a bargain. There's other places to get it free, and other things for your kids to colour in.

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    This is probably the worst deal pested I mean posted

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    My 12 year old son downloaded these, and expertly dick-n-balls'd them straight away in permanent marker. Even Jesus'd be impressed.

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      Thanks for the hate comment