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Wisdom in an unlikely place

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Anonymous User
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 09, 2012 11:05PM
Context tricks? People ain't that stupid.

Fail Satan
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 09, 2012 11:41PM
CTD Wrote:
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> Translation's not difficult.
>
> "Please stop discussing the topic and play
> 1000-silly-atheist-questions instead!"


Not a single question was asked in my last post.

More straw Adonises; more straw atheists.

Why does the bible contradict reality?

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As they try to change their worlds
Are immune to your consultations
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Anonymous User
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 09, 2012 11:43PM
Why complain of contradiction?
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 12:01AM
Not complaining. Just curious.

Why do you deny glaring contradictions?

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*Sanders 2016*

"And these children that you spit on
As they try to change their worlds
Are immune to your consultations
They're quite aware of what they're going through"
Anonymous User
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 12:19AM
It has become customary among elitists during recent years, to believe or at least feign belief in the axiom that including the term 'irony' in a post must be considered an "automatic win".

So as much for the sake of the scoffers feeling irreversibly defeated, as for the benefit of the honest reader, I shall point out the extreme irony that Butler's simple, profound insight was included in Darwin's book on the frontispiece; this very insight alone sufficing to destroy all the efforts of Darwin's followers.

If it be meaningless folly to arbitrarily designate things "supernatural" as a means of prohibiting investigation - and we know it is - their precious presupposition of atheism is trashed, demolished, dismissed with prejudice, kicked to the curb. We may, without requesting permission from atheists, freely investigate all things, freely consider and accept the possibility God has indeed done all things reliable history indicates He has done.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/10/2012 12:20AM by CTD.
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 12:24AM
CTD Wrote:
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> We may, without requesting
> permission from atheists, freely investigate all
> things, freely consider and accept the possibility
> God has indeed done all things reliable history
> indicates He has done.


Many atheists accept this possibility as well - its that "You-cant-knowism" you keep bringing up. You CAN'T know A or B, so both should be considered possible.

No one here (except maybe Sam) will deny the possibility of some God or another.

The probability, on the other hand, is another issue entirely. Anything is possible.

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*Sanders 2016*

"And these children that you spit on
As they try to change their worlds
Are immune to your consultations
They're quite aware of what they're going through"
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 12:27AM
Come on Mr. "Law of Non-contradiction", if nothing in reality can be contradictory, why does reality contradict with the infallible word of Christian god?

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*Sanders 2016*

"And these children that you spit on
As they try to change their worlds
Are immune to your consultations
They're quite aware of what they're going through"
Anonymous User
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 12:38AM
Does "science" contradict the law of non-contradiction?
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 12:41AM
You answer mine first.

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*Sanders 2016*

"And these children that you spit on
As they try to change their worlds
Are immune to your consultations
They're quite aware of what they're going through"
Anonymous User
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 12:56AM
You lie. Reality does not contradict God, and you know it.
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 01:11AM
No, you're twisting my words; I said the bible, "the infallible word of god", contradicts with reality.

You disagree. Can you prove it?

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*Sanders 2016*

"And these children that you spit on
As they try to change their worlds
Are immune to your consultations
They're quite aware of what they're going through"
Sam
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 01:17AM
Anything is possible? Can't say I agree with that as it's impossible for a square to be a circle or a bachelor to be married. The existence of the god of the bible does contradict reality because the definition of reality excludes the existence of anything that did not derive from reality. IOW, according to their own tale, their gods came before reality, not from it, so therefore are not real and therefore do not exist.

reality - Philosophy .
a.
something that exists independently of ideas concerning it.

b.
something that exists independently of all other things and from which all other things derive.
Anonymous User
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 01:22AM
sardonicadonis Wrote:
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> No, you're twisting my words; I said the bible,
> "the infallible word of god", contradicts with
> reality.
>
> You disagree. Can you prove it?

When "prove" means convincing a dedicated liar to voluntarily give up his pride and confess the truth - no. That's not my department. That's a job for your conscience & the Holy Spirit.
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 01:25AM
No, "prove" in this case, means standing up for what YOU BELIEVE IN. YOU, specifically, believe in this - why can't you stand up for it? Why can't you say "Yes, I believe this, and here's why !"? Why do you have to twist, and distort? Why can't you really, REALLY just be HONEST, instead of just claiming to be?

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*Sanders 2016*

"And these children that you spit on
As they try to change their worlds
Are immune to your consultations
They're quite aware of what they're going through"
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 01:36AM
CTD writes,

Quote
You lie. Reality does not contradict God, and you know it.

Personal gods are a product of ancient, primitive tribal cultures. They are an example of people's tendency to personalize natural phenomena. It's called anthropomorphism, or projecting human characteristics onto things.

As societies advance and analytical thinking takes the place of superstition, the gods wither and myths fade.
Anonymous User
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 01:54AM
linc Wrote:
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> CTD writes,
>
>
>
> Personal gods are a product of ancient, primitive
> tribal cultures. They are an example of people's
> tendency to personalize natural phenomena. It's
> called anthropomorphism, or projecting human
> characteristics onto things.

Fabrication

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There is no evidence indicating gods were simply made up. There is evidence that the story that gods were simply made up was itself simply made up.
Anonymous User
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 01:56AM
sardonicadonis Wrote:
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> No, "prove" in this case, means standing up for
> what YOU BELIEVE IN.

Oh cool!

Game over

Fail Satan, everyone!
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 02:06AM
Do you believe in all gods that have ever been believed in, then?

If not, why do you believe in some of them but not in others?
Sam
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 02:15AM
Regarding CTD's claim: "There is evidence that the story that gods were simply made up was itself simply made up. "

Do tell...
Re: Wisdom in an unlikely place
June 10, 2012 02:33AM
Science contradicts the Bible. The book of Genesis states that the earth was created before the sun and stars. Does CTD believe that the sun and stars were created after the earth was formed?
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