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Jul 26, 2012
 
Alissa wrote:
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The only reason I attempted to make a post in this blog, thinking that someone is there not just to spit their anger and hatred, but really is up for an adult argument. Your words are full of anger and do not make any difference for you or for me. I am sorry that you are feeling the way you do. I just hope that one day you will realize that it is you who are indoctrinated. I was not raised as a Christian, but rather was taught to be an atheist, that is what communist system in which I grew up does. You read the Bible five times? Reading of the Bible alone is not going to make you a believer. It is faith in God that reveals the Bible. But please, let’s stop this conversation since it just aggravates you and makes you want to offend others. I could have told you more about the experiences and God’s love, but that wouldn’t do any good to you at your state of mind at this time.
Yes, by all means run away. That is what you godbots do when faced with reality. You don't want to have an adult argument, you want to preach your version of your self-delusion. As soon as anyone disagrees or points out one of the many flaws in your cult, it's the old "Your're angry and hateful, boo-hoo!!" I guess that's all you've have. No surprises there.

Let me guess, you are a catholic.
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Jul 26, 2012
 

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Alissa wrote:
My God is real. And why don’t you think He has already corrected all the suffering in the world?
Here is why:

At least 80% of the worlds population lives on less than $10 a day.

According to UNICEF; 22,000 children die each day due to poverty. And they “die quietly" in some of the poorest villages on earth, far removed from the scrutiny and the conscience of the world. Being meek and weak in life makes these dying multitudes even more invisible in death.
However, most of the atheists would accept and believe things only when THEY see or experience them.
How else does one best utilize the senses that a "so called" God has given.
You live in today’s world, we live in our future kingdom.
We all live in todays world, and it's likely we all will live again in this world and others... regardless of whether or not there is a kingdom.
These people had a clue, and I highly doubt that they would ever turn away from God.
No matter how much we may want it to be, the fact of the matter is; not all clues lead towards a God.
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Jul 27, 2012
 

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Let me guess, you are a catholic.
Wrong.

I just don't understand why you are all so angry if you are convinced in your rightness. You are trying to be offensive like I did something personal to you. That seems to me a pattern in this blog. You are mentioning evil in the world like it bothers you, but you are not bothered by your own evil feelings and offencive words that you are spilling over my posts. Hmmmm.
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Here is why:
At least 80% of the worlds population lives on less than $10 a day.
According to UNICEF; 22,000 children die each day due to poverty. And they “die quietly" in some of the poorest villages on earth, far removed from the scrutiny and the conscience of the world. Being meek and weak in life makes these dying multitudes even more invisible in death.
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How else does one best utilize the senses that a "so called" God has given.
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We all live in todays world, and it's likely we all will live again in this world and others... regardless of whether or not there is a kingdom.
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No matter how much we may want it to be, the fact of the matter is; not all clues lead towards a God.
I don't understand why people take the presence of evil as evidence that there is no God. That doesn’t make much sense to me. If you are truly wondering how evil can co-exist with God, then study the Bible, talk to some mature Christians and have an open mind while listening to them. You falks do not have to accept what they say, but you could at least listen.

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Jul 27, 2012
 
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Wrong.
I just don't understand why you are all so angry if you are convinced in your rightness. You are trying to be offensive like I did something personal to you. That seems to me a pattern in this blog. You are mentioning evil in the world like it bothers you, but you are not bothered by your own evil feelings and offencive words that you are spilling over my posts. Hmmmm.
Ah the old "i'm a victim" for lying to atheists about god in an effort to recruit more followers.

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Wrong.
I just don't understand why you are all so angry if you are convinced in your rightness. You are trying to be offensive like I did something personal to you. That seems to me a pattern in this blog. You are mentioning evil in the world like it bothers you, but you are not bothered by your own evil feelings and offencive words that you are spilling over my posts. Hmmmm.
It is only in your sad little biased mind that I am angry. Your insinuation that evil in the world doesn't bother me is proof of your typical christian hatred of anyone who won't believe the same way you do. Nothing new there. That's what your religion demands.

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Alissa wrote:
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I don't understand why people take the presence of evil as evidence that there is no God. That doesn’t make much sense to me. If you are truly wondering how evil can co-exist with God, then study the Bible, talk to some mature Christians and have an open mind while listening to them. You falks do not have to accept what they say, but you could at least listen.
“Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able, but not willing?
Then he is malevolent.
Is he both able and willing?
Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither able nor willing?
Then why call him God?”

Epicurus – Greek philosopher, BC 341-270

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I don't understand why people take the presence of evil as evidence that there is no God.
Because you describe your god as moral and just and righteous and perfect and omnipresent, all knowing, all seeing, created everything.

Your lies just don't add up sister. Ask someone to introduce you to the real world.
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That doesn’t make much sense to me. If you are truly wondering how evil can co-exist with God, then study the Bible,
The bible is a book written by human beings. It is the source of your description of god.

The lies in that book don't add up with the real world. You know, the real world where severely autistic children are born, infant mortality exists, justice simply does not exist, suffering is all prevalent.

The only way a person could assume the real world had anything to do with a bunch of human written stories in the bible was if they were either extremely ignorant or completely insane
Alissa wrote:
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talk to some mature Christians and have an open mind while listening to them.
No religious person has a truly open mind. They've decided to believe in god and lie to other people about their hallucinations, based upon no evidence & believe in something that there is evidence against existing.
Alissa wrote:
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You falks do not have to accept what they say, but you could at least listen.
What you've said doesn't add up. But we're used to theists lying about god here.

We've listened to all arguments put forward by theists.

Now its time for theists to become brave and provide some actual evidence of god being real and not a lie.
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Aug 2, 2012
 
Alissa wrote:
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Wrong.
I just don't understand why you are all so angry if you are convinced in your rightness. You are trying to be offensive like I did something personal to you. That seems to me a pattern in this blog. You are mentioning evil in the world like it bothers you, but you are not bothered by your own evil feelings and offencive words that you are spilling over my posts. Hmmmm.
There is no evil in attacking a person who is on the side of an evil God, and who pretends that God is good. The evil is on your part - if you worship an evil God, expect people to be offended by you. You are offensive.
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Aug 2, 2012
 
The serpent was right wrote:
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“Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able, but not willing?
Then he is malevolent.
Is he both able and willing?
Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither able nor willing?
Then why call him God?”
Epicurus – Greek philosopher, BC 341-270
This is an excellent quote. thank you for it. It makes the point clearly. no one has ever seemed to take it seriously enough.
It clearly indicates the one sort of God that could not exist - one that is both allgood and allpowerful. There are less ambitious definitions that are weak on intellectual grounds, but not logically impossible, in my view. But the big claim, of an allgood and allpowerful God, is weak on moral grounds, and only a person with no empathy for suffering would ignore its fatal flaw. A good human being should not make excuses for the bigbadgod, and pretend it is good - because then the human being becomes a morally compromised accessory after the fact. The moral, and adequately competent, human being is obliged to try to make the world better, and correct the mistakes of the alleged biggod. The more the apologists for the bigbad god, the fewer people trying to make the world better - the apologists are busy telling themselves and each other how wonderful their god is.That is not to say a big bad God could not exist - it is far more likely than an allgood and allpowerful one, given the pain and suffering in this world. It is fortunate that many of us who see how evil a big god would be, also do not believe it exists.
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Because you describe your god as moral and just and righteous and perfect and omnipresent, all knowing, all seeing, created everything.
Your lies just don't add up sister. Ask someone to introduce you to the real world.
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The bible is a book written by human beings. It is the source of your description of god.
The lies in that book don't add up with the real world. You know, the real world where severely autistic children are born, infant mortality exists, justice simply does not exist, suffering is all prevalent.
The only way a person could assume the real world had anything to do with a bunch of human written stories in the bible was if they were either extremely ignorant or completely insane
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No religious person has a truly open mind. They've decided to believe in god and lie to other people about their hallucinations, based upon no evidence & believe in something that there is evidence against existing.
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What you've said doesn't add up. But we're used to theists lying about god here.
We've listened to all arguments put forward by theists.
Now its time for theists to become brave and provide some actual evidence of god being real and not a lie.
you come close to making some good points here - but you cannot resist making personal insults can you?

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Aug 3, 2012
 
I love that quote!
The serpent was right wrote:
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“Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able, but not willing?
Then he is malevolent.
Is he both able and willing?
Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither able nor willing?
Then why call him God?”
Epicurus – Greek philosopher, BC 341-270
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