Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.
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scaritual wrote:
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Eye do good, how about you?
Yes, you do feyene. Eye don't get on here queyete as often as eye used to.

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The Almighty Tzar wrote:
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Wrong. Unlike science who claims the universe started 13.7 billion years ago.
They set the start time. Therefore they are stuck with the Nothing to something problem.
God never makes this kind of claim. God claims to have always existed and will always exist. See God is outside of Time!
He created time he is not bound by it.
Soooo, you use your god to prove your god??? Nice circular thinking.
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Givemeliberty wrote:
Fixed.
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It needed more " fluff" ;)

B - Believe me
U - Until I
Y - Yell from the roof tops
B - Begging all to Believe in Something that is
U - unscientific, Unknowable unimaginative and a
L - Laughable and ludicrous
L - lie, that only the uneducated can believe.
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The Almighty Tzar wrote:
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Wrong. But you'll find that out on your own one day.
"Stupid men who couldn't explain anything created the excuse for not being able to explain it"
Where did time come from?
Where did time come from?
A Watch or Clock or Hourglass

A True Believer® asked me if I knew what time it was. I said, "Yes, but not right now."

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Imhotep wrote:
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Where did time come from?
A Watch or Clock or Hourglass
A True Believer® asked me if I knew what time it was. I said, "Yes, but not right now."
"A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof was to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools."
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Your self-deprecating style of humor must have taken a long period of development and commitment on your part. You are very good at it.

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The Almighty Tzar wrote:
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<quoted text>Wrong. Unlike science who claims the universe started 13.7 billion years ago.
They set the start time. Therefore they are stuck with the Nothing to something problem.

God never makes this kind of claim. God claims to have always existed and will always exist. See God is outside of Time!

He created time he is not bound by it.

SaidI: Man made time. Before our brains grew and before we learnt much we didn't need to have time. The more we evolve the more we learn the more time has become important to us.
God didn't make time what would God need that for? Oh it's time I made another universe, time I threw more rock at the moon, time to swirl my finger here to make another black hole. He certainly wouldn't need time.
There was obviously something, gases and other stuff, that was capable of exploding, stuff that created energy, particles, etc. I'm sure you've now read about on here, no not giving links to prove this, I don't need to. It's obvious.

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Givemeliberty wrote:
Exactly! Think about this for a second.
You have this supposed almighty being who is powerful beyond time and space. He can bend the laws of physics with a thought, he is majestic and awe inspiring and will be for all eternity and we are mere insects before him...... Lol...... And he has a son!
Lmfao!
Oh isn't that sweet that the almighty alpha and omega needs a friggen son! Oh and what is the job of this so called son? To clean up the mess that his omnipotent @ss made!
Well son, time for your suicide mission, don't worry I won't forsake you (wink) because uh I am you!
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha !
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It is unfortunate we have to suffer the effects of such a simply constructed mind as yours ejaculating thoughts before they are mature all over these forums.

You can't see an all encompassing life force, deity, or whatever you want to call it from your physical human perspective. You couldn't see it directly, nor could you feel it directly, nor could you hear it directly. As a physical manifestation that would be like floating down a river. You don't feel the full force of the river, just the forces diverted trying to get you to move.

The Biblical story reveals an all powerful force that created something. It used to communicate with it. Then this thingy felt separate, and it lost the ability to communicate directly. This powerful force became frustrated with trying to reach this dense object in its midst, an object that couldn't see it directly. It finally dawned on it that it would have to manifest a part of itself as one of these dense objects to tell it how to get back home. The light was still in the window.

However, some of these dense objects get real dense, and will never see the light. When they dissolve back into the river they don't do it as the coherent, or semi-coherent, assemblages of this life energy they were formed from. The current washes them away you could say.

Now, go switch on your Johnson, Butch, get to thinking, and come back to us again.

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saidI wrote:
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He created time he is not bound by it.
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So then your god does not exist. That was easy.

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Forgot.
You also have those rookies that try to appear smart and intellectual by asking questions and being unable to answer any, or articulate their original thoughts.
Patronizing comes from knowing more, or being more capable than the patronized.
Did you understand that, Oscar? I can rephrase if it helps.
Oh I understand. You got it wrong again. And sadly, your ego never allows you to acknowledge when that happens, so you miss out on correcting yourself.

Knowing everything must be a real bore.

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Dave Nelson wrote:
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Your self-deprecating style of humor must have taken a long period of development and commitment on your part. You are very good at it.
Creationist waste of space troll, back again to inject his Educated What style of stupidity in the forum.(we know who you are you f*cking idiot)

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Dave Nelson wrote:
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It is unfortunate we have to suffer the effects of such a simply constructed mind as yours ejaculating thoughts before they are mature all over these forums.
You can't see an all encompassing life force, deity, or whatever you want to call it from your physical human perspective. You couldn't see it directly, nor could you feel it directly, nor could you hear it directly. As a physical manifestation that would be like floating down a river. You don't feel the full force of the river, just the forces diverted trying to get you to move.
The Biblical story reveals an all powerful force that created something. It used to communicate with it. Then this thingy felt separate, and it lost the ability to communicate directly. This powerful force became frustrated with trying to reach this dense object in its midst, an object that couldn't see it directly. It finally dawned on it that it would have to manifest a part of itself as one of these dense objects to tell it how to get back home. The light was still in the window.
However, some of these dense objects get real dense, and will never see the light. When they dissolve back into the river they don't do it as the coherent, or semi-coherent, assemblages of this life energy they were formed from. The current washes them away you could say.
Now, go switch on your Johnson, Butch, get to thinking, and come back to us again.
Pathetic cult liar with no proof of god. Keeps coming back every 2 weeks to spread his stupidity in the atheist forum because he doubts his own fairytale.

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Oh I understand. You got it wrong again. And sadly, your ego never allows you to acknowledge when that happens, so you miss out on correcting yourself.
Knowing everything must be a real bore.
Fortunately, the projecting required to access information can cause confusion that results helps pass the time as you gather and collate.

An idle know it all goes nowhere.

You won't understand that.

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-Skeptic- wrote:
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Creationist waste of space troll, back again to inject his Educated What style of stupidity in the forum.(we know who you are you f*cking idiot)
You forgot your coherency pill this morning. Again.

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Dave Nelson wrote:
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You also have those rookies that try to appear smart and intellectual by asking questions and being unable to answer any
Sounds like you are just frustrated by not having the answers to those questions. That might be because when you presume to know everything already, you don't let new information in.

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Dave Nelson wrote:
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Fortunately, the projecting required to access information can cause confusion that results helps pass the time as you gather and collate.
An idle know it all goes nowhere.
You won't understand that.
Dave, you are tripping over your own words again. Maybe if you didn't try so hard to be clever, you'd end up being clearer. Just a thought.
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Dave Nelson wrote:
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Your self-deprecating style of humor must have taken a long period of development and commitment on your part. You are very good at it.
Thanks, but I am honest and cannot take any credit other than clever editing.

Actually I'm not very good at it.

I am good at research - copy paste and modified to suit! <winks>

Each joke posted came from this site

Please google
' CANONICAL LIST OF STEVEN WRIGHT JOKES (AND LOOK-ALIKES)'

Here is another fun thing to do.

When a poster has been particularly rude or offensive to you, Search the web for an appropriate insult site.

Then select your favorite personalize it and post it.

The possibilities are endless depending on the conversation you can find a site to suit your mood.

For example during the 2012 POTUS election run-up
There was a lot of activity of anti-Obama people and republican lunatics posting in Politics forums.

This was pure comedy straight lines
Virtually every TV comedy show had material you could harvest

I have always appreciated clever comedy and comedians

Your reply to someone with the appropriate material harvested from a comedy show and sit back and watch the fun begin.

And when it comes to proof of any given thing - there's plenty of information available.

You take a lot of abuse dave so I figure the playing field should be equal

;)

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Imhotep wrote:
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Thanks, but I am honest and cannot take any credit other than clever editing.
Actually I'm not very good at it.
I am good at research - copy paste and modified to suit! <winks>
Each joke posted came from this site
Please google
' CANONICAL LIST OF STEVEN WRIGHT JOKES (AND LOOK-ALIKES)'
Here is another fun thing to do.
When a poster has been particularly rude or offensive to you, Search the web for an appropriate insult site.
Then select your favorite personalize it and post it.
The possibilities are endless depending on the conversation you can find a site to suit your mood.
For example during the 2012 POTUS election run-up
There was a lot of activity of anti-Obama people and republican lunatics posting in Politics forums.
This was pure comedy straight lines
Virtually every TV comedy show had material you could harvest
I have always appreciated clever comedy and comedians
Your reply to someone with the appropriate material harvested from a comedy show and sit back and watch the fun begin.
And when it comes to proof of any given thing - there's plenty of information available.
You take a lot of abuse dave so I figure the playing field should be equal
;)
:-)

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Aerobatty wrote:
<quoted text>How convenient.
No not at all, just the facts mam.

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Aura Mytha wrote:
<quoted text>Another fallacy , Pascal's wager.
Time is an abstract mathematical measuring concept , to explain temporal movement in a 4th dimension.
Time IS a human construct. It is the measure of the 4th dimension propagation of the universe and all things within it.
This coming from a-Myth.

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KittenKoder wrote:
<quoted text>Since you have no evidence your god exists, the claims made by it are .... useless.
You lie. I do have lots of evidence.

Because you bury your head in the sand doesn't mean the evidence isn't there.

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