I can tell you are REALLY nervous. Don't worry, I’ll be gentle since it's your first time. I promise.:p<quoted text>
I don't care what conversations you have had, you have yet to deal with me.
How do you know he composers didn’t live in shameless luxury? No one even knows who composed the bible or how they lived.<quoted text>The bible is the only spiritual writing where the composers do not take glory for themselves and did not live in shameless luxury. As far as humanity is concerned, that is a miracle itself.
Also if shameless luxury were such a bad thing, why would god let the Vatican be so luxurious? Ever been? Ever toured the museums there? Sheesh they have so much plunder from over the ages, it’s ridiculous.
Do you have something against pink unicorns and leprechauns? Why don’t you want to believe in them? Wouldn’t it be cool if you could get a pot of god from a leprechaun … but wait, what if they were like the one from the creepy movie … The one that killed everyone who tried to take his gold and said “I’m the leprechaun” in a creepy voice. On second thought, maybe we better just stick to unicorns.:p<quoted text>I believe in God because I want to.
<quoted text>I also believe in God because as observed earth is at the centre of the universe.
It’s not observed that the earth is at the center of universe.
I probably shouldn’t ask, but what’s your theory?<quoted text>I can present a theory that supports that claim, and depite all the rhetoric on alien life we have not found any.
Do you think the fact that we haven’t found any alien life might have to do with the fact that we haven’t looked in very many places? There are more stars in the universe than all the grains of sand on every beach on the earth. We've haven't even left our own solar system.
If that is true, then why have you not shared any of this data?<quoted text>
So with all the available data, and disregarding all the woffley speculation it dsure does look to me that Copernicus was a fool and we certainly are special.
But clearly you are not a theist evolutionist. So it is relevant to this debate between you and me. Furthermore, if we can rule out god, then some other mechanism must be responsible for life.<quoted text>
Belief in God does not inform this debate as there are theist evolutionists. I suggest they have been sucked in and mesmerized by evolutionary misrepresentation and empirical evidence that is not empirical at all.