'Somebody must stand up to homosexuals' - Stewart

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A member of the local clergy is charging that Jamaican churches are in religious and spiritual turmoil on the issue of homosexuality.
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Read your crap, Rose...it doesn't even add up to an argument...nothing in your OPINIONS that is even worthy of debating, because what you are not understanding is that it is your OPINION, not a FACT that you are presenting as an argument, Rose_NoHo, and that is what I have been pointing out to you from the onset! WHEN you have a FACT to back up your opinion, then I will either have to accept your opinion as a valid argument, and either give it its due, or counter it UPON you providing FACTS to propel your opinion to one where it could be looked upon as being a valid statement worth considering.
It's a fact that people don't agree on a set of rules god wants us to follow. We know this because people claim different sets of rules. And since the rules often conflict, we know they can't all be the right rules.
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Until then, you are blowing nothing but hot air...and it smells worse than bear scat. Please understand the DIFFERENCE between YOUR opinion and A FACT!
Now...let's crack this opinion of yours that you have presented in the first paragraph of this rant of yours above...If you read the comment I sent to snyper, in relation to God (that snyper incorrectly deemed as being MY God, when that simply isn't the case...I'm going to hell anyway...a story for another time...LOL!), you would have seen that I made reference to the fact that God did not write anything in the Bible. Men and women wrote diaries, and they were compiled in order to make the Bible, Rose_NoHo. Now...because that is the case, that doesn't PROVE that God doesn't exist! Not everything can be DEFINED, as you have come to the conclusion that unless something/someone can be defined, then it does not exist.
If you don't define god, there is nothing to debate. It's like debating if aferaerfax exists or not.
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You have admitted yourself that you cannot explain every phenomena, and I'm sure that you cannot define all the elements on this planet, or seen these elements for yourself, or seen their subatomic particles with your own eyes, but when a scientist says that these elements and their particles exist, you believe it. Yet here you are talking about how scientists and philosophers in the past believed that the sun rotated around Earth, so THAT in itself is ONE of your reasons that God doesn't exist?
No, it's not. It was ONE of my reasons I said the bible isn't the inerrant, literal word of god. The difference might be a bit too subtle for you.
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Your boat is full of holes, Rose_NoHo, and it is actually at a depth that submarines haven't been to before...you may just be able to confirm the existence of God and Megalodon if you continue to plunge any further down into the ocean with your opinions, Rose!
Try to counter my facts, and my argument.
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Since you don't seem to understand your own cow-doodie, unless someone takes the same approach that you do to other people's comments, let me try this with your current foolish comments...
Rose_NoHo wrote:
It's a fact that people don't agree on a set of rules god wants us to follow. We know this because people claim different sets of rules. And since the rules often conflict, we know they can't all be the right rules.
You continue to say that there are a set of rules that God wants 'us' to follow, Rose_NoHo, but you seemed to have overlooked where I stated that God did not write any rules for 'us' to abide by, but that these rules that have been written, are CLAIMS that some humans in the past CLAIMED God wanted us to follow, Rose_NoHo...NOT rules that God ACTUALLY wants us to follow! When you are able to show me where God ACTUALLY wrote a set of rules, that God wants humankind to follow, THEN you would have a credible point to stand behind where it comes to THIS portion of your foolish statement.

Now, show us the PROOF where God wrote ANY rules that God intended humankind to follow! IF you cannot do this, I have successfully rubbished THIS portion of your statement, Rose_NoHo.

People LIE, and lying has existed almost as long as the start of humankind...so it shouldn't be beyond anybody to believe that someone that said that they were writing what God told them on a tablet, or graffitiing God's word on the side of your house is lying, YET that DOES NOT prove that God DOES NOT EXIST! Just like if somebody says that they were commanded from you, through telepathy, that they were to kill every homosexual on this planet, Rose_NoHo. The likely conclusion that everybody in this situation would come up with is that this particular somebody, that CLAIMED that they received telepathic instructions from you is a nut, though that does not mean that you don't exist, simply because that somebody lied, GOT IT NOW, kid? GOOD!
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If you don't define god, there is nothing to debate. It's like debating if aferaerfax exists or not.
Lots of things cannot be defined, Rose_NoHo...you admittedly stated that there are phenomena that you could not explain or define...though this does not mean that said phenomena does not exist...again, you haven't proven anything. You can only state that you cannot explain (or explain away) the phenomena that is infamously known as God! You got no concrete point to debate! Thanks for trying though...
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No, it's not. It was ONE of my reasons I said the bible isn't the inerrant, literal word of god. The difference might be a bit too subtle for you.
I could go back and re-paste where you said that you have PROVEN that God doesn't exist, because there were what you call contradictions in the Bible, but let's just deal with this particular line you have used here, Rose_NoHo...Saying that the Bible isn't the word of God (which is a totally different argument altogether, and one that I wouldn't counter, because I actually AGREE with you on THAT point), as opposed to saying that God does not exist, because the Bible is filled with inconsistencies and contradictions ARE TWO DIFFERENT THINGS, Rose_NoHo!

I REALLY hope you read my last paragraph THOROUGHLY, as that may be where you are getting tripped up in believing that you have a credible argument, wherein you claim that you have proven God does not exist, when in reality, you have said nothing that disproves God's existence at all. Still waiting and watching for ANY CREDIBLE proof that you can provide on this forum to show that God does not exist, Rose_NoHo...
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Try to counter my facts, and my argument.
You don't get it, Rose_NoHo...I have systematically shown you how you have no argument, and that you have no facts to back up claim that God does not exist! Your inability to see MY fact tells me that you are incapable of reasonable debate or thought!

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Since you don't seem to understand your own cow-doodie, unless someone takes the same approach that you do to other people's comments, let me try this with your current foolish comments...
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You continue to say that there are a set of rules that God wants 'us' to follow,
I don't. Some do. We can't both be right. Simple logic.
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Rose_NoHo, but you seemed to have overlooked where I stated that God did not write any rules for 'us' to abide by, but that these rules that have been written, are CLAIMS that some humans in the past CLAIMED God wanted us to follow, Rose_NoHo...NOT rules that God ACTUALLY wants us to follow! When you are able to show me where God ACTUALLY wrote a set of rules, that God wants humankind to follow, THEN you would have a credible point to stand behind where it comes to THIS portion of your foolish statement.
So, some people believe god wrote the laws on those tables, some don't. Again, both sets of people can't be right.
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Now, show us the PROOF where God wrote ANY rules that God intended humankind to follow! IF you cannot do this, I have successfully rubbished THIS portion of your statement, Rose_NoHo.
I never made that claim, I'm an Atheist.
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People LIE, and lying has existed almost as long as the start of humankind...so it shouldn't be beyond anybody to believe that someone that said that they were writing what God told them on a tablet, or graffitiing God's word on the side of your house is lying, YET that DOES NOT prove that God DOES NOT EXIST!
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Lots of things cannot be defined, Rose_NoHo... you admittedly stated that there are phenomena that you could not explain or define...though this does not mean that said phenomena does not exist...again, you haven't proven anything. You can only state that you cannot explain (or explain away) the phenomena that is infamously known as God! You got no concrete point to debate! Thanks for trying though...
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I could go back and re-paste where you said that you have PROVEN that God doesn't exist,
I have.
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because there were what you call contradictions in the Bible, but let's just deal with this particular line you have used here, Rose_NoHo...Saying that the Bible isn't the word of God (which is a totally different argument altogether, and one that I wouldn't counter, because I actually AGREE with you on THAT point), as opposed to saying that God does not exist, because the Bible is filled with inconsistencies and contradictions ARE TWO DIFFERENT THINGS, Rose_NoHo!
I never said that inconsistencies, inaccuracies, and contradictions in the bible prove there isn't a god. I'm just saying that the inconsistencies, inaccuracies, and contradictions in the bible prove it's not the inerrant word of god.

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I REALLY hope you read my last paragraph THOROUGHLY, as that may be where you are getting tripped up in believing that you have a credible argument, wherein you claim that you have proven God does not exist, when in reality, you have said nothing that disproves God's existence at all. Still waiting and watching for ANY CREDIBLE proof that you can provide on this forum to show that God does not exist, Rose_NoHo...

You don't get it, Rose_NoHo...I have systematically shown you how you have no argument, and that you have no facts to back up claim that God does not exist! Your inability to see MY fact tells me that you are incapable of reasonable debate or thought!
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Let's continue on this path of dissecting and responding to EACH one of your lame one liners, Rose_NoHo...
Rose_NoHo wrote:
I don't. Some do. We can't both be right. Simple logic.
The next time somebody says to you that God has set out rules for humankind to follow, ask them when God conveyed this wish to ALL humankind in the last decade. If God hasn't said anything to YOU, then God didn't communicate to YOU a set of rules that He wants YOU to follow, Rose_NoHo. What the F do you think MISSIONARIES are for, Rose_NoHo? And at that point in time, all missionaries can do is try to get you to hear what they are saying, and 'seek' God and His 'word'...if you don't believe, then that doesn't make you wrong, THOUGH it doesn't mean that those that believe aren't right either! Remember, you are talking to someone that does not believe that he will be parlaying beyond the pearly gates of heaven at the roulette table, and that's fine with me, though what it SIMPLY comes down to belief. What you believe and what somebody else believes can BOTH be right...this is something you have to learn as a gay rights activist that wants homophobes to tolerate LGBT people and respect their rights. It's full time you start respecting the same people you demand respect from!
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So, some people believe god wrote the laws on those tables, some don't. Again, both sets of people can't be right.
READ the Bible (AGAIN), Rose_NoHo. God did not write the Commandments on the TABLETS, Rose_NoHo...Moses did. It was Moses's claim that God spoke to him, and instructed Moses to grab these tablets and carve His Commandments into stone. Whether you can believe the word of MOSES (not God), is the issue...the next time somebody says that GOD wrote the Commandments on a tablet, grab a Bible and read back the part where MOSES actually wrote down the Commandments.

P.S. You also recognize the DIFFERENCE between the words laws and commandments, right Rose_NoHo? Laws are mandatory to comply with in society; commandments are commands, that people can either obey or disobey. Speaking about disobeying any of the 10 Commandments, Rose_NoHo, have you found that disobeying ALL of the Commandments (that have nothing to do with worshipping God and going to church on the seventh day) have led you down a prosperous road, where you have not wound up in any sort of trouble with anybody, kid? A non-response would be appropriate here, because it would go to prove that you have not disobeyed those Commandments that I have told you about, and that your life was better off because you chose to disobey one of these Commandments!
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I never made that claim, I'm an Atheist.
Then as I said before, THIS portion of your argument is moot, because I never made the claim that God wrote any laws anywhere either, and in responding to your last one-liner, I have shown you where you can find your answer, and recount your answer to those that say that God actually did write any sort of laws down for humankind to follow!

In addressing the fact that you have taken up an atheistic stance in the existence of God, that is your BELIEF, and you are entitled to your BELIEF...the minute you start talking about how your BELIEF is MORE than a BELIEF (which it is not), THAT is where the issue comes in. Again, I will parallel your BELIEF with the BELIEF some bigoted homophobes have in relation to marriage, which serves to deny same-sex couples the same rights and protections that heterosexual couples receive from marriage!
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I have.
Have what? So far, you haven't said, done or proven anything, and that is a FACT!
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What is your definition of god?
Non-relevant question, Rose_NoHo, and more so because you're an atheist, I'm agnostic, and just like yourself, that cannot explain certain phenomena, I cannot explain God. Either you believe or you don't. SIMPLE!
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I never said that inconsistencies, inaccuracies, and contradictions in the bible prove there isn't a god. I'm just saying that the inconsistencies, inaccuracies, and contradictions in the bible prove it's not the inerrant word of god.
So, how does stating that the Bible, that was not written by God (many know this as a fact already, so you are already regurgitating another moot point), proves that there is NOT a God, Rose_NoHo? You ARE an atheist, right Rose_NoHo? Prove that God DOESN'T exist, as you have CLAIMED to have done many times before (already a few times that I have seen myself just on THIS thread!)!!!

You have mentioned before that philosophers and scientists and 'wise men' have made mistakes about the Sun orbiting the Earth, and other theories that have been later proven to be false, Rose_NoHo...in focussing on the Sun orbiting the Earth fallacy, does that mean that the Sun doesn't exist, Rose_NoHo? Does it mean that Earth doesn't exist?

Remember I asked you where all on Earth you have physically been to, Rose_NoHo? Now...just because you haven't PHYSICALLY stood on every inch of the planet, and swam through every inch of water on this planet, does that mean that what you haven't seen DOESN'T exist, Rose_NoHo?

What was your 'argument' again, kid?

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Let's continue on this path of dissecting and responding to EACH one of your lame one liners, Rose_NoHo...
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The next time somebody says to you that God has set out rules for humankind to follow, ask them when God conveyed this wish to ALL humankind in the last decade. If God hasn't said anything to YOU, then God didn't communicate to YOU a set of rules that He wants YOU to follow, Rose_NoHo. What the F do you think MISSIONARIES are for, Rose_NoHo?
Which MISSIONARY position? Jehovah's Witnesses? Mormons? Baptists? Nation of Islam?
These groups have conflicting teachings, so they can't all be right. Why would god wait until it's too late to let me, and billions of others, know the truth? Free clue: he doesn't exist.
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And at that point in time, all missionaries can do is try to get you to hear what they are saying, and 'seek' God and His 'word'...if you don't believe, then that doesn't make you wrong, THOUGH it doesn't mean that those that believe aren't right either! Remember, you are talking to someone that does not believe that he will be parlaying beyond the pearly gates of heaven at the roulette table, and that's fine with me, though what it SIMPLY comes down to belief. What you believe and what somebody else believes can BOTH be right...this is something you have to learn as a gay rights activist that wants homophobes to tolerate LGBT people and respect their rights. It's full time you start respecting the same people you demand respect from!
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JWs don't believe in hell.
Baptists do.
They can't both be right.
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Have what? So far, you haven't said, done or proven anything, and that is a FACT!
Yes, I have. We don't all know god's rules. That's a fact.
So, either god doesn't have the ability to tell us all the rules.(So he's not all knowing or not all powerful, and thus not god) Or he doesn't have rules for us, and thus isn't god.
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Non-relevant question, Rose_NoHo, and more so because you're an atheist, I'm agnostic, and just like yourself, that cannot explain certain phenomena, I cannot explain God. Either you believe or you don't. SIMPLE!
Or you can logically look at the evidence, and see god doesn't exist.

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So, how does stating that the Bible, that was not written by God (many know this as a fact already, so you are already regurgitating another moot point), proves that there is NOT a God, Rose_NoHo? You ARE an atheist, right Rose_NoHo?
Let me try again, a different way. I never said problems with the bible proved there is no god. Never. Get that? OK, cool.
BUT I'm saying that the problems with the bible show that if there is a god, the bible isn't his inerrant word.
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Prove that God DOESN'T exist, as you have CLAIMED to have done many times before (already a few times that I have seen myself just on THIS thread!)!!!
I have proven god doesn't exist. Please read my proof again.
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You have mentioned before that philosophers and scientists and 'wise men' have made mistakes about the Sun orbiting the Earth, and other theories that have been later proven to be false, Rose_NoHo...in focussing on the Sun orbiting the Earth fallacy, does that mean that the Sun doesn't exist, Rose_NoHo? Does it mean that Earth doesn't exist?
No, stupid, it doesn't. Do you think the earth doesn't exist?
(Free clue: scientists aren't all knowing. God is supposed to be all knowing.)
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Remember I asked you where all on Earth you have physically been to, Rose_NoHo? Now...just because you haven't PHYSICALLY stood on every inch of the planet, and swam through every inch of water on this planet, does that mean that what you haven't seen DOESN'T exist, Rose_NoHo?
What was your 'argument' again, kid?
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Rose_NoHo wrote:
Which MISSIONARY position? Jehovah's Witnesses? Mormons? Baptists? Nation of Islam?
These groups have conflicting teachings, so they can't all be right. Why would god wait until it's too late to let me, and billions of others, know the truth? Free clue: he doesn't exist.
Again...just because certain groups of HUMANS have different and conflicting events that occurred in the past, it doesn't mean that the past didn't exist. Same thing where groups of people have conflicting views of God. Just because some groups of people have different views of God, it doesn't mean that God doesn't exist! Now come up with a VALID point that upholds your opinion, Rose_NoHo, because your blathering is played out!

There also is the possibility that EVERYBODY is right, if you look at things from their perspective, as some issues have to be looked upon that way, Rose_NoHo. For example, you would say to get to the American/Canadian border, you would have to travel North, and if the same person asked me, I would say that you would have to go South. Just because you and I both have different answers where it comes to reaching the border, it doesn't mean that the border doesn't exist. Oh...and for the most part, isn't the Canadian/American border invisible? Good thing that Canadians successfully fended off Americans...but that is another debate altogether!

Now, people can have conflicting aspects that they are teaching, and still all be right, while being distanced on certain particulars, based on how they see and interpret things, and from where they see it. I say that it was 12:30 when I logged onto this site, however, somebody in London, England, will likely say that I logged on at 7:30! Despite all of this, Rose_NoHo, nobody is able to tell you anything, and you are not convinced about anything, because you already have your beliefs and opinions, so God could have taken human form and debated God's "word" with you, and you would not have believed God, because you are an atheist, so it would not matter IF you have heard God's "word" or not...you would still not believe it, and because you are an atheist, you have no objectivity on this subject, so naturally, the sound of your own voice is what you believe trumps all other noise! Everybody else that thinks just like you has taken up the same beliefs and opinions, and are not open to any other rational points on the topic. Unfortunately for you, just because YOU say something, it doesn't make it true. Just like when some homophobes say that gays are going to burn in hell, and that God "intended" marriage to be between a man and a woman!

I don't need clues from somebody that cannot even provide ONE concrete point to maintain their opinion as one that I should consider as a valid statement, much less somebody that has no objectivity, and cannot explain quantum physics, much less other phenomena. UNTIL you are able to provide me ONE CONCRETE POINT that I should consider where it comes to hearing your opinion, I'm going to continue to say that your opinion is just that, and nothing more, Rose_NoHo.

Come up with a CREDIBLE statement to back up your belief, or simply give up, Rose_NoHo, because, just like homosexuality, everybody is entitled to their beliefs, and somebody's opinion doesn't trump other people's opinions, no matter what it is...whether it is believing in the existence of God, or believing that homosexuals have the right to marriage, or even if homosexuals have the right to life for that matter!

Go ahead and take the time to rate THIS comment of mine, Rose_NoHo, as I know you disagree with me, but you really have no argument, and that is all that I have to prove, which I successfully have!

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Rose_NoHo wrote:
JWs don't believe in hell.
Baptists do.
They can't both be right.
Why can't both of them be right, Rose_NoHo...because YOU said so? Do you know the future? Do you know whether God said something that one group of people interpreted one way, and that another group interpreted another way???

One person's sanctuary can be another person's hell. Pretty sure that a Baptist would consider it an eternal hell IF they had to sit in a Kingdom Hall and listen to a Jehovah Witness sermon...go ahead, ask a Baptist!

On the other hand, Jehovah Witnesses have been known to attend other churches, to find out what the message of other churches are. Most of these Jehovah Witnesses don't see this to be 'hellish', for lack of better words.

Now...how does that make either one of these groups wrong? You right...it doesn't! They have their beliefs...can't argue with their beliefs, and they are both right. Doesn't America protect people's religious beliefs, AND religious differences? So yeah...America basically is saying that it is right to entitle other people to their religious beliefs, including your atheistic beliefs.

Thank America, after thanking me, of course!

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Glad that I can open your eyes to the laws and freedoms of your land, Rose!
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Rose_NoHo wrote:
Yes, I have. We don't all know god's rules. That's a fact.
So, either god doesn't have the ability to tell us all the rules.(So he's not all knowing or not all powerful, and thus not god) Or he doesn't have rules for us, and thus isn't god.
YOU are an atheist, so no matter if you were told God's rules or not, you would not believe them, and thus, you would not acknowledge them. Another moot statement from you!

This doesn't mean that God has or hasn't said anything to mankind. Just like when the nuclear bomb was created by man, man did not have any rules in relation to the nuclear bomb. To imply that the only way that some phenomena or someone exists is through how this phenomena or someone administers 'rules' to humans is rather infantile and shortsighted. Consider my nuclear bomb explanation in regards to your rationalization that God doesn't exist, because God did not etch out rules for us from His own hand!

So maybe God did not script out any rules for mankind. Maybe God wanted to see if man was smart enough to make their own rules, where every man and woman could co-exist on this planet. Doesn't seem to be working with the likes of you though...sure this interests God, though God doesn't take an invasive approach to solving man's issues...God probably is hoping that man will figure out how to get beyond their issues themselves.

Now, if THAT is the case (which it very well could be), how does that prove that God isn't an omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent phenomena, that you cannot explain? It DOESN'T...that's what I thought you would say, and I thank you now for agreeing with me that you really have no foot to stand on in relation to your belief!

Care to get back on topic now, or would you like me to soundly trounce you again in relation to your opinion about God?
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Rose_NoHo wrote:
Or you can logically look at the evidence, and see god doesn't exist.
Show the evidence FIRST, then maybe there will be something that can be logically looked upon, before we automatically jump to YOUR belief that God doesn't exist, Rose_NoHo...

Are you going to come up with PROOF or not?
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Rose_NoHo wrote:
Let me try again, a different way. I never said problems with the bible proved there is no god. Never. Get that? OK, cool.
BUT I'm saying that the problems with the bible show that if there is a god, the bible isn't his inerrant word.
Did I say that God wrote the Commandments or the Bible? I didn't? Glad you caught that. You may now see that there is actually ONE thing we AGREE on! Still doesn't prove your belief, Rose_NoHo! Got that? COOL!

Oh...by the way...didn't you say something about people that cap some of the words in their comments? Care to re-read your past comment where you mentioned something about caps, because it finally seems as if you are getting frustrated with the lack of arguing points your belief has, bucko!

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Rose_NoHo wrote:
I have proven god doesn't exist. Please read my proof again.
Let's do this in a simpler way, since I have not seen any proof from you that validates your claim that you have proven that God doesn't exist.

Take the time to number your reasons why God doesn't exist, okay bud?

I'll help you get started of on your alleged 'proof'...you start out your reply in point form, starting with reason #1 like this...

1 - God does not exist because I say...
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No, stupid, it doesn't. Do you think the earth doesn't exist?
(Free clue: scientists aren't all knowing. God is supposed to be all knowing.)
You are stating that God doesn't exist, and one reason you likely have that belief is because you haven't SEEN God, right Rose_NoHo?

You can either make yourself look like an idiot and say that that isn't one of the reasons that you don't believe that God doesn't exist, or you can simply admit it, and we can move on to rubbishing other beliefs of yours that you believe are fact. So what is it, Rose?

P.S. Do yourself a favour and buy some clues, because the ones you are giving out aren't worth shit!

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Again...just because certain groups of HUMANS have different and conflicting events that occurred in the past, it doesn't mean that the past didn't exist.
Wow, you are dumb. That analogy doesn't hold. This would be the correct analogy: Since because certain groups of HUMANS have different and conflicting events that occurred in the past, it means the views can't all be correct.
Get it now?
Now here is a fact, because certain groups of HUMANS have different and conflicting views of what god wants us to do, it means those views can't all be correct.
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There also is the possibility that EVERYBODY is right,
That's not a possibility. Either god is rewarding the pilots who flew the planes into the WTC, or he isn't.
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Despite all of this, Rose_NoHo, nobody is able to tell you anything, and you are not convinced about anything, because you already have your beliefs and opinions, so God could have taken human form and debated God's "word" with you, and you would not have believed God,
Maybe, but an all knowing god would be able to figure out what to do to get me to believe. And and all powerful god would be able to do it.
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because you are an atheist, so it would not matter IF you have heard God's "word" or not...you would still not believe it, and because you are an atheist, you have no objectivity on this subject, so naturally, the sound of your own voice is what you believe trumps all other noise! Everybody else that thinks just like you has taken up the same beliefs and opinions, and are not open to any other rational points on the topic.
I'm waiting for a rational point...

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Let's do this in a simpler way, since I have not seen any proof from you that validates your claim that you have proven that God doesn't exist.
Take the time to number your reasons why God doesn't exist, okay bud?
I'll help you get started of on your alleged 'proof'...you start out your reply in point form, starting with reason #1 like this...
1 - God does not exist because I say...
1. Let's define/describe god. If we don't, if we just say something like "God is love", "god is all there is", or "god can't be defined", there is nothing to debate.(FACT)

2. God is defined as an all powerful, all knowing being who has rules he wants us to follow.(That will be the definition used for this debate, do you have a differnt one?)

3. We don't all know god's rules.(FACT, as people believe conflicting sets of rules are "god's", they can't all be right.)

4. Since we don't all know the rules, god either can't figure out how to tell us (not all knowing, and thus not god), is unable to tell us (not all powerful, and thus not god), or god doesn't care if we obey the rules or not (and thus isn't god.) QED

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Why can't both of them be right, Rose_NoHo...because YOU said so? Do you know the future? Do you know whether God said something that one group of people interpreted one way, and that another group interpreted another way???
Wow...
They can't both be right because they are conflicting views. Either souls are being tormented for all time or they aren't.
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One person's sanctuary can be another person's hell. Pretty sure that a Baptist would consider it an eternal hell IF they had to sit in a Kingdom Hall and listen to a Jehovah Witness sermon...go ahead, ask a Baptist!
On the other hand, Jehovah Witnesses have been known to attend other churches, to find out what the message of other churches are. Most of these Jehovah Witnesses don't see this to be 'hellish', for lack of better words.
Now...how does that make either one of these groups wrong?
LOL. Again, we have to set up a definition, or there is nothing to debate. if "Hell" can mean "an unpleasant situation", there is nothing to debate. Hell is defined as a place where souls are tormented for eternity because they didn't follow God's rules. The JW's don't believe in such a place, they don't believe in consciousness at all after death. The Baptists do believe in such a place. They can't both be right.
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You right...it doesn't! They have their beliefs...can't argue with their beliefs, and they are both right. Doesn't America protect people's religious beliefs, AND religious differences? So yeah...America basically is saying that it is right to entitle other people to their religious beliefs, including your atheistic beliefs.
Thank America, after thanking me, of course!
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Glad that I can open your eyes to the laws and freedoms of your land, Rose!
? I'm not talking about denying people the right to be religious.

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YOU are an atheist, so no matter if you were told God's rules or not, you would not believe them, and thus, you would not acknowledge them. Another moot statement from you!
This doesn't mean that God has or hasn't said anything to mankind. Just like when the nuclear bomb was created by man, man did not have any rules in relation to the nuclear bomb. To imply that the only way that some phenomena or someone exists is through how this phenomena or someone administers 'rules' to humans is rather infantile and shortsighted. Consider my nuclear bomb explanation in regards to your rationalization that God doesn't exist, because God did not etch out rules for us from His own hand!
Guess my argument is a bit too complex for you. Let me try a short version. Since I (and billions of others) don't know what god's rules are, either god can't tell us, or doesn't care. So, which is it?
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So maybe God did not script out any rules for mankind.
Then he wouldn't match the description of god I gave. What's your definition/description of god?
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Maybe God wanted to see if man was smart enough to make their own rules, where every man and woman could co-exist on this planet. Doesn't seem to be working with the likes of you though...sure this interests God, though God doesn't take an invasive approach to solving man's issues...God probably is hoping that man will figure out how to get beyond their issues themselves.
Now, if THAT is the case (which it very well could be), how does that prove that God isn't an omnipotent, omniscient, omnipresent phenomena, that you cannot explain?
An all knowing being would know what's going to happen, and wouldn't "hope".
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It DOESN'T...that's what I thought you would say, and I thank you now for agreeing with me that you really have no foot to stand on in relation to your belief!
Care to get back on topic now, or would you like me to soundly trounce you again in relation to your opinion about God?
I'm waiting...
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Wow, you are dumb. That analogy doesn't hold. This would be the correct analogy: Since because certain groups of HUMANS have different and conflicting events that occurred in the past, it means the views can't all be correct.
Get it now?
Now here is a fact, because certain groups of HUMANS have different and conflicting views of what god wants us to do, it means those views can't all be correct.
Of course the analogy holds, retard! You don't want to acknowledge this truth, because you would then have to admit that ONE of your points are insignificant!

As I said, different groups of humans can have a different recollection of a past event, and interpret it differently, and when these interpretations are put beside each other years down the road, they can come across as conflicting! Also, with the fact that there are many people, from different places on this planet, that speak different languages, and have never congregated with each other to discuss with each other what each one has seen and heard, from different places on this planet, that does not mean that any one of these people are wrong, Rose_NoHo! Got THAT point that I have put to you now? I hope so, because even though I believe you are a flipping degenerate, I don't think you are THAT stupid, wherein it comes to my explanation on how two or more groups of people can have different, conflicting accounts of a certain event, yet can all be right!

Let me AGAIN to break it down for you in terms that you should understand, Rose...Today, you can write in your diary that you saw a meteorite that travelled north and crashed in the northeast. I could say that that SAME meteorite travelled north, but crashed in the southeast. Centuries down the road, someone can read your accounts and my accounts of the same meteorite, and say that we have conflicting accounts of this meteorite. These people that are looking at our conflicting accounts of this meteorite never saw the meteorite, and because of our conflicting accounts of this same meteorite, they are unable to find this meteorite. Now, since you want to come across to everybody as a person with intelligence, and in this situation, where the meteorite fragments cannot be found, because you and I have conflicting accounts of this meteorite's crash location, does that mean that any of us is lying, and if so, who is lying, Rose?

Like to hear your answer on that one!

P.S. Just remember, neither you nor I have given our physical locations in our accounts of this meteorite, yet we both maintain that this meteorite streaked through the sky on the same day...does that mean that because people centuries from now cannot find the meteorite crash site, and see that our recollections of the meteorite are conflicting, that the meteorite never existed?

You can answer that question also, smartypants...can't wait for your "educated" answer, Rose_NoHo...that is IF you are capable of ever providing us with any sort of an intelligent response, Rose!

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Of course the analogy holds, retard! You don't want to acknowledge this truth, because you would then have to admit that ONE of your points are insignificant!
No, stupid, the analogy does not hold, because I'm not claiming god doesn't exist just because people differ on their claims about his laws.
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As I said, different groups of humans can have a different recollection of a past event, and interpret it differently, and when these interpretations are put beside each other years down the road, they can come across as conflicting! Also, with the fact that there are many people, from different places on this planet, that speak different languages, and have never congregated with each other to discuss with each other what each one has seen and heard, from different places on this planet, that does not mean that any one of these people are wrong, Rose_NoHo!
Um, Einstein, if the recollections conflict, they can't all be right.
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Got THAT point that I have put to you now? I hope so, because even though I believe you are a flipping degenerate, I don't think you are THAT stupid, wherein it comes to my explanation on how two or more groups of people can have different, conflicting accounts of a certain event, yet can all be right!
But dummy, they can't all be right. They might be giving their honest recollection about that happened, but if the recollections conflict, they can't all be right.
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Let me AGAIN to break it down for you in terms that you should understand, Rose...Today, you can write in your diary that you saw a meteorite that travelled north and crashed in the northeast. I could say that that SAME meteorite travelled north, but crashed in the southeast. Centuries down the road, someone can read your accounts and my accounts of the same meteorite, and say that we have conflicting accounts of this meteorite.

These people that are looking at our conflicting accounts of this meteorite never saw the meteorite, and because of our conflicting accounts of this same meteorite, they are unable to find this meteorite. Now, since you want to come across to everybody as a person with intelligence, and in this situation, where the meteorite fragments cannot be found, because you and I have conflicting accounts of this meteorite's crash location, does that mean that any of us is lying, and if so, who is lying, Rose?
Like to hear your answer on that one!
LOL! Are you joking?
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P.S. Just remember, neither you nor I have given our physical locations in our accounts of this meteorite, yet we both maintain that this meteorite streaked through the sky on the same day...does that mean that because people centuries from now cannot find the meteorite crash site, and see that our recollections of the meteorite are conflicting, that the meteorite never existed?
LOL! That has nothing to do with my argument. I'm not claiming meteorites are all knowing, all powerful, and want us to describe their travels in a certain way.
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You can answer that question also, smartypants...can't wait for your "educated" answer, Rose_NoHo...that is IF you are capable of ever providing us with any sort of an intelligent response, Rose!
:)
Again, back to the actual argument. Not every religion can be right, as there are conflicting teachings. So, either god doesn't have the ability to let us know his rules, or he doesn't care if we follow them. Which do you think is the case?

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