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#144
Aug 20, 2012
 
Ben_Masada wrote:
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I understand you. You cannot conceive these things because you are
unable to think in the abstract level of reality. Tell me, how many times is 7 found in 77?
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You know,Ben,believing your hallucinations is insanity and believing other peoples hallucinations is religion.

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#145
Aug 20, 2012
 
Ben_Masada wrote:
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I understand you. You cannot conceive these things because you are
unable to think in the abstract level of reality. Tell me, how many times is 7 found in 77?
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OOOOH!! I'm sorry godbot, but you fail... Again.

That was easy.

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#146
Aug 20, 2012
 
Ben_Masada wrote:
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Yes, I understand that method. When a theist attempts to say something about the existence of the universe as a result of God, he is dishonest. But when atheists speak of the universe as a result of the big bang and does not know how to explain it, he is not dishonest but surprised. You guys never cease amazing me.
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Actually, there are lots of theists that understand the big bang also. The fact that you do not, doesn't poof a god into existance.

You never amaze me at all. Ignorance is common.

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#147
Aug 20, 2012
 
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I don't know and you don't know. Why not stand in between? Why do we have to vandalize other people's opinions if we do not have an option of our own to replace them with? This is what intellectual dishonesty is.
Ben
I do not need an opinon to replace blatant and obvious mythology.

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Aug 20, 2012
 

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redneck wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, They knew that all the men would be crucified and women would be enslaved. Scarey
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No true. Eleazar, the leader of the Zealots had been guaranteed protection from the cross by Silvius, the Roman Commandant if they
surrendered. The Romans just couldn't take anymore. They wanted to finish with that hell sooner the better. But Eleazar was worried
with what the future could look at what had happened in Masada. Big deal! It only reminds me of what happened to the faithfuls of Jim Jones. Pure stupidity.

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#149
Aug 20, 2012
 
redneck wrote:
<quoted text>You know,Ben,believing your hallucinations is insanity and believing other peoples hallucinations is religion.
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Care to elaborate? I am not too sure of what you mean. BTW, about my question of how many times 7 is found in 77 went unanswered. Why? Is it what you mean by "hallucinations?"

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The serpent was right wrote:
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OOOOH!! I'm sorry godbot, but you fail... Again.
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Well then, what is the answer?

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#151
Aug 20, 2012
 
The serpent was right wrote:
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Actually, there are lots of theists that understand the big bang also. The fact that you do not, doesn't poof a god into existance.
You never amaze me at all. Ignorance is common.
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Yes, there are atheists here who have told me that it is even a proven fact that the universe came as a result of the big bang. I see that as no different from the Christian belief by faith.

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I do not need an opinon to replace blatant and obvious mythology.
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And I can see why. Because you live in a world of mythology youself as well. We cannot fight mythology with mythology.

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#153
Aug 20, 2012
 
Ben_Masada wrote:
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Care to elaborate? I am not too sure of what you mean. BTW, about my question of how many times 7 is found in 77 went unanswered. Why? Is it what you mean by "hallucinations?"
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If you are talking about the Arabic numeral '7', it appears in the numeral '77' twice. In mathematics '7' is represented in the number '77' eleven times.

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#154
Aug 20, 2012
 
See there you go again trying to combine Atheism and the big bang and what else evolution and abiogenesis as all one and the same? Once again these are all separate and different things. Many theists believe in the big bang and evolution.
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Yes, I understand that method. When a theist attempts to say something about the existence of the universe as a result of God, he is dishonest. But when atheists speak of the universe as a result of the big bang and does not know how to explain it, he is not dishonest but surprised. You guys never cease amazing me.

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Would you say the same thing if people said Papa Smurf created the universe? Would you give them the same respect and consideration after all you can't prove Papa Smurf didn't create the universe right?
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I don't know and you don't know. Why not stand in between? Why do we have to vandalize other people's opinions if we do not have an option of our own to replace them with? This is what intellectual dishonesty is.

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#156
Aug 21, 2012
 
Ben_Masada wrote:
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So, what do you have to say? The problem with having a dialogue with an atheist, is that after the first post, he or she will fall into the same snare of the big bang, as if one is debating an astrophysicist. If not that, his or her first question is: Prove that there is God. Don't you have anything else to talk about?
Ben
You are the one making the claim that science is atheism and vise versa. I am telling you atheism has nothing to do with science. There were atheists long before the big bang theory or the theory of evolution. Quit making an arse of yourself!

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redneck wrote:
<quoted text>If you are talking about the Arabic numeral '7', it appears in the numeral '77' twice. In mathematics '7' is represented in the number '77' eleven times.
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Now, my interpretation of your "three" responses to the riddle of how many times 7 is found in 77: The first, which, somehow, I find the least probable to describe your personality, is the one that the truth is found in the realm of metaphorical language. Eleven times, that is. You are not sure of the answer, albeit bent more on literal interpretation.

The second, which you tried to blame the arabic culture with their inability to think in abstract, you are immune for somehow perceiving that it would be too cheap to chose as your view. That
7 is found twice in 77. That's the way to look at the truth with the eyes of the flesh. You smelled the rat here and used the Arabs as a shield to a negative feedback.

I find you within the third response, which is based on your decision to give the first two ones, when all that was required of you was to give the first or the second and not both. Insecurity is the word. You are not sure about anything and even afraid to take sides.

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#158
Aug 21, 2012
 
Ben_Masada wrote:
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Now, my interpretation of your "three" responses to the riddle of how many times 7 is found in 77: The first, which, somehow, I find the least probable to describe your personality, is the one that the truth is found in the realm of metaphorical language. Eleven times, that is. You are not sure of the answer, albeit bent more on literal interpretation.
The second, which you tried to blame the arabic culture with their inability to think in abstract, you are immune for somehow perceiving that it would be too cheap to chose as your view. That
7 is found twice in 77. That's the way to look at the truth with the eyes of the flesh. You smelled the rat here and used the Arabs as a shield to a negative feedback.
I find you within the third response, which is based on your decision to give the first two ones, when all that was required of you was to give the first or the second and not both. Insecurity is the word. You are not sure about anything and even afraid to take sides.
Ben
First, you no nothing at all about me. Your question was an obvious trap by the way it was worded. You are a prime example of a pidgeon chess pidgeon. And the arabic math system changed the world

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#159
Aug 21, 2012
 
Pitiful word games useless and pointless.

Flush.
Ben_Masada wrote:
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Now, my interpretation of your "three" responses to the riddle of how many times 7 is found in 77: The first, which, somehow, I find the least probable to describe your personality, is the one that the truth is found in the realm of metaphorical language. Eleven times, that is. You are not sure of the answer, albeit bent more on literal interpretation.

The second, which you tried to blame the arabic culture with their inability to think in abstract, you are immune for somehow perceiving that it would be too cheap to chose as your view. That
7 is found twice in 77. That's the way to look at the truth with the eyes of the flesh. You smelled the rat here and used the Arabs as a shield to a negative feedback.

I find you within the third response, which is based on your decision to give the first two ones, when all that was required of you was to give the first or the second and not both. Insecurity is the word. You are not sure about anything and even afraid to take sides.

Ben

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#160
Aug 21, 2012
 
It's a silly old Islamic riddle. See 7 represents Allah. 777 represents Allah in heaven, in earth and in you. 77 means Allah in heaven and in earth but you haven't accepted him. This is the end game to his pitiful word game. It means you look at things factually only and you do not think about or acknowledge Allah.

Christians have their 666 Islam has 77
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<quoted text>First, you no nothing at all about me. Your question was an obvious trap by the way it was worded. You are a prime example of a pidgeon chess pidgeon. And the arabic math system changed the world

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#162
Aug 22, 2012
 
Givemeliberty wrote:
It's a silly old Islamic riddle. See 7 represents Allah. 777 represents Allah in heaven, in earth and in you. 77 means Allah in heaven and in earth but you haven't accepted him. This is the end game to his pitiful word game. It means you look at things factually only and you do not think about or acknowledge Allah.
Christians have their 666 Islam has 77
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It is all a part of dishonest Ben and his games. Nothing new.

I generally don't play his stupid games when he starts a thread, now I remember why. I'm outta here.
redneck

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#163
Aug 22, 2012
 
Givemeliberty wrote:
It's a silly old Islamic riddle. See 7 represents Allah. 777 represents Allah in heaven, in earth and in you. 77 means Allah in heaven and in earth but you haven't accepted him. This is the end game to his pitiful word game. It means you look at things factually only and you do not think about or acknowledge Allah.
Christians have their 666 Islam has 77
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So do you think Ben is a muslim? It's obvious that he is enjoying himself.

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#164
Aug 22, 2012
 
Yes he messed up when he said that Abraham started another religion. Wait another religion?? What would that be? This is an Islamic teaching that after starting the Jewish faith that Abraham was unhappy with what he saw and then set out making the foundations of the true religion Islam. By saying that he unmasked himself. Later he said he was a Jew now he could have Jewish blood in his veins but make no mistake about it he worships Allah the moon god.
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<quoted text>So do you think Ben is a muslim? It's obvious that he is enjoying himself.

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