I'd find it curious that Apologists are the only ones who bring up Dawkins but it's well known that religion and OCD go hand in hand, and I do notice that the fundamentalists place great store in name dropping and referencing the opinions of intellects greater than their own (I would expect to see curious quote Homer Simpson, Shep Howard and Jinx the Cat if they had their own blogs on AnswersinGenesis). My own preference is to think for myself - but that is doubtlessly and paradoxically an alien thought to pew warmers.<quoted text>
It is of a certainty that your limited reading experience has led you to some outrageous conclusions.
I make that claim based on the sources that you have just cited.
That limited history of your reading experience may well explain the irresponsible and illucid commets found in your postings.
If it is your desire to remain in a mental state of confusion,then I would suggest that you read a book written by Richard Dawkins.
As an aside; If you desire to gradually increase your mental acumen and increase your knowledge , I suggest you start by reading Aesops Fables.
But, do it gradually , as it may cause mental shock.
I don't need a refresher in fables and fairy tales, thank you. I'm quite familiar with Christian dogma. I do feel obligated to warn you off from Aesop, however. You already believe in talking snakes, bushes and donkeys, there's nothing to be gained by adding the rest of the animal kingdom to your delusions.