Don't dictate beliefs

Sep 5, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Star Press

No one else can say otherwise? That is basically saying those who do "believe in God" are better? Hardly.

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Meaning if they like you are brainwashed sheep facts don't mean jack.

Got it.
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The disproof of anyone's god lies exclusively within the minds of those to whom proof matters none at all.
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Science is incapable of proving or disproving God; science has no credible evidence for or against God.
It depends what you mean by God. If you mean the god in the Bible. Genesis has been disproved. Therefore the god of the Bible disproved.

Obviously proving something that is invisible outside of nature is impossible to prove or disprove. As is a celestial teapot!!!
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..Pure bull shit...You people are morons.
The quality of christians is going downhill rapidly, lmao

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First, the earth is not round.
Yes, it is round. it is not spherical.
Second, is that your definition of evolution - "species change over geological time"?
If so, there is no controversy.
Good! There is no controversy then. Now tell that to the Creationists that think the earth is only 6000 years old and that species do not change over time.
I suspect you have other definitions of evolution and, as is common practice, you switch to those others when it suits your argument.
There are two main definitions in use: changes in allele frequency in populations over time AND changes in species over time.

I don't know what else you think evolution means.
Your approach should be recognized as a deception. A back-and-forth reversion to different meanings of terms is a classic fallacious approach to argumentation. It works like this:
"Everyone accepts "evolution". Even the Pope recognizes "evolution".
"Therefore, since everyone accepts evolution, everyone knows that (substituting here a more specific and highly-charged definition) all living things came from a common biological origin by material processes".
That is not a requirement of evolution. It is, however, a likely conclusion based on the evidence. It is not as definite as the proposition that evolution exists is.

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You'll have to forgive buck. He spent months in a mental ward rolling on the ground, defecating, pissing himself while screaming at drug and head injury hallucinations.

Poor old fatass..
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The quality of christians is going downhill rapidly, lmao

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You'll have to forgive buck. He spent months in a mental ward rolling on the ground, defecating, pissing himself while screaming at drug and head injury hallucinations.
Poor old fatass..
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Yes, it is round. it is not spherical.
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Good! There is no controversy then. Now tell that to the Creationists that think the earth is only 6000 years old and that species do not change over time.
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There are two main definitions in use: changes in allele frequency in populations over time AND changes in species over time.
I don't know what else you think evolution means.
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That is not a requirement of evolution. It is, however, a likely conclusion based on the evidence. It is not as definite as the proposition that evolution exists is.
It IS a requirement if you accept the modern neo-Darwinist framework promoted by evolutionists.

You are incorrect that there are only two definitions of evolution. It is easy to find at least 9 different definitions in today's scientific literature. When you ask "I don't know what you think evolution means", you are asking the wrong party.

Your last statement reverts right back to your fallacy - "It is not as definite as the proposition that evolution exists"

What are you saying "exists"? Oh - evolution. You said nothing.

The earth is not round. You should read some physics.

"The Earth Is Not Round"
by Launchspace Staff
Bethesda MD (SPX) Oct 19, 2010

Scientific American:
"Strange but True: Earth Is Not Round"

And to reiterate, no infinite quantity exists, and none can exist.

Welcome back to school, Plymouth.

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Reverend Solomon Stoddard, one of New England's most esteemed religious leaders, in "1703 formally proposed to the Massachusetts Governor that the colonists be given the financial wherewithal to purchase and train large packs of dogs 'to hunt Indians as they do bears'." [SH241]
Massacre of Sand Creek, Colorado 11/29/1864. Colonel John Chivington, a former Methodist minister and still elder in the church ("I long to be wading in gore") had a Cheyenne village of about 600, mostly women and children, gunned down despite the chiefs' waving with a white flag: 400-500 killed.
From an eye-witness account: "There were some thirty or forty squaws collected in a hole for protection; they sent out a little girl about six years old with a white flag on a stick; she had not proceeded but a few steps when she was shot and killed. All the squaws in that hole were afterwards killed ..." [SH131]
More gory details.
By the 1860s, "in Hawai'i the Reverend Rufus Anderson surveyed the carnage that by then had reduced those islands' native population by 90 percent or more, and he declined to see it as tragedy; the expected total die-off of the Hawaiian population was only natural, this missionary said, somewhat equivalent to 'the amputation of diseased members of the body'." [SH244]
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swerty wrote:
From the onset of the Christian Europeans coming to the Americas. There is an estimate of 50 to 60 million Indians were killed by these Christians. With about another 100 to 120 million killed by smallpox brought to the Americas with the Christians.
Christopher Columbus said of the Indians "they are a people who were so friendly that all one would have to do is ask and they would give anything they have to the one asking." Columbus was a Catholic. Later Columbus said in Christ name we will kill and enslave and do whatever is necessary to take this land.
In North America the same was done all in the name of Christ. It was said that the Indians were just human animals and did not have a soul. So killing them was done in Christs name to cleans the lands of these vermin.
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Pure bull shit.
Your stats have Christians killing more Indians than existed.
I hear they burned a million witches, too.
You people are morons.

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I can tell when you're most frustrated. You bring the scary chicken on the stick out and shake it: "Arise, Chicken. Oogah Boogah!"
Aha! The scary chicken on a stick. So funny.

I guess Dim will be consulting animal entrails for an answer to this.

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If you believe there is an invisible giant man of a particular ethnicity in the sky who is directing everything and who is so hateful he will viciously punish us for challenging his existence--
If you believe that this invisible giant man got a 13-year-old virgin girl pregnant, who then gave birth to him as his own son--
If you believe that this god person wrote a book--and one book only--
If you believe that "confessing the Lord" will instantly remove your sins, thus allowing you to commit more--
If you believe that a stone will remove your sins, thus allowing you to commit more--
If you believe in vicarious blood-atonement, i.e., that "the Lord died for your sins" and thus you can commit as many as you wish--
If you believe that merely believing in such a god person makes you righteous, no matter what atrocities you commit and what hatred and intolerance you carry and spread--
If you believe that some "good" god person is going to reward you for killing living, breathing human beings "in his name"--
If you believe that going to church, temple, synagogue or mosque, making pilgrimages, or wearing particular clothes or headdresses, makes you a righteous person, even though you don't behave like one otherwise--
If you believe that you are special and chosen because of what you believe--
If you believe that it is good to mindlessly go along with whatever anyone tells you about the nature of God and religion--
If you believe that believing in one God makes you better than and superior to those who don't--
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Dim Dandy to the rescue!
Go, Dim Dandy! Go, Dim Dandy!
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May I have your attention please?
May I have your attention please?
Will the real Dim Shady please stand up?
I repeat, will the real Dim Shady please stand up?
We're gonna have a problem here..
Lol

I saw Black Oak Arkansas supporting Black Sabbath back in 1974. They never really registered over here but I enjoyed their set.

Dimmy Mack, Dimmy
Oh Dimmy Mack
When are you coming back?

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Buck Crick wrote:
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It IS a requirement if you accept the modern neo-Darwinist framework promoted by evolutionists.
You are incorrect that there are only two definitions of evolution. It is easy to find at least 9 different definitions in today's scientific literature. When you ask "I don't know what you think evolution means", you are asking the wrong party.
Your last statement reverts right back to your fallacy - "It is not as definite as the proposition that evolution exists"
What are you saying "exists"? Oh - evolution. You said nothing.
The earth is not round. You should read some physics.
"The Earth Is Not Round"
by Launchspace Staff
Bethesda MD (SPX) Oct 19, 2010
Scientific American:
"Strange but True: Earth Is Not Round"
And to reiterate, no infinite quantity exists, and none can exist.
Welcome back to school, Plymouth.
Your ego is infinite.

Maybe bigger.

When did they let you out?

More importantly, why?

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Buck Crick wrote:
swerty wrote:
From the onset of the Christian Europeans coming to the Americas. There is an estimate of 50 to 60 million Indians were killed by these Christians. With about another 100 to 120 million killed by smallpox brought to the Americas with the Christians.

Christopher Columbus said of the Indians "they are a people who were so friendly that all one would have to do is ask and they would give anything they have to the one asking." Columbus was a Catholic. Later Columbus said in Christ name we will kill and enslave and do whatever is necessary to take this land.

In North America the same was done all in the name of Christ. It was said that the Indians were just human animals and did not have a soul. So killing them was done in Christs name to cleans the lands of these vermin.
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Pure bull shit.

Your stats have Christians killing more Indians than existed.

I hear they burned a million witches, too.

You people are morons.
You don't know how many existed.

Estimates range from 10 million to 70 million.

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Buck Crick wrote:
<quoted text>These conflicting descriptions rule out no entity whatsoever.

They simply rule out the combinations described.

And on number 11 - totally erroneous conclusion. You have not the slightest clue of what exists outside universe time - if even time itself.

It's your no-god need.
I have no god need either.

Why do you?

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Aerobatty wrote:
<quoted text>Your ego is infinite.

Maybe bigger.

When did they let you out?

More importantly, why?
Aerobatmady
You offer nothing to this form.
I am told that you are KK. This makes perfect sense as she never adds anything to are conversation ether. Two losers

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Yes but much of the time you said you spent rolling on the ground screaming at your head injury hallucinations while soiling yourself.
Buck Crick wrote:
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Not true. I had a bed.

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Langoliers wrote:
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You offer nothing to this form.
I am told that you are KK. This makes perfect sense as she never adds anything to are conversation ether. Two losers
You have no idea how much that means to me coming from you.

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Givemeliberty wrote:
<quoted text>Yes but much of the time you said you spent rolling on the ground screaming at your head injury hallucinations while soiling yourself.
Liberty

Explain the Big Bang, how was this possible. Why were laws of physics set a side until the universe was set. If black energy is truly stronger then gravity why do black hole still exist?
If not why is the expanse of the universe still increasing in speed and size? What is wrong with your God? You have no good explanation of your failed theory's
Like the Theory of relativity or the theory of Quantum Mechanics. If dark energy is more powerful then gravity and if so why are there black holes. How can all these contradiction still survive unanswered?

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Aerobatty wrote:
<quoted text>You have no idea how much that means to me coming from you.
I would imagine it effects you as much as you post effect me. Zippo

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Langoliers wrote:
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Aerobatmady
You offer nothing to this form.
I am told that you are KK. This makes perfect sense as she never adds anything to are conversation ether. Two losers
Welcome back.

During your absence, I've been reminding Khatru that Noah and his family made up 100% of the world's population.

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