Atheism Destroyed At Last! - The Deba...

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#164 Feb 27, 2014
Mikko wrote:
Atheism still not destroyed
No, but it is fun to watch 'jide oni' flail about and embarrass himself...

Since: Jan 14

Ashburn, VA

#165 Feb 27, 2014
Having thoroughly reviewed all my posts, I found Atheism's dead body already decomposing; while its fans, supposed to be down-cast lamenting their loss, are seen here in the forum, indiscreetly fighting a lost battle.
Behold the decomposing right leg of the deceased, i.e. evil!
There is no evil in the entire scheme of things. What the Atheists misconceive as evil is what I conceive to be activity phase of the good that permeates the entire universe. This phase is otherwise known as painful good, while the respite, passive phase, the pleasurable good.
Problem-solving that brings about 'soluprogress', do you call that evil?
Clearing of the bush and all other steps to be taken in farming engagement before eventual harvest, do you call that evil?
Labor-pains that accompany childbirth, do you call that evil?
Swotting to pass an examination, do you call that evil?
No, no, no, not in the least, challenges - physical, emotional, financial, social etc.- are not evil, but the activity good side of the divide.

“It's just a box of rain...”

Since: May 07

Knoxville, TN

#166 Feb 27, 2014
jide oni wrote:
The Law of Karma, otherwise known as the Law of Natural Justice, is truly a natural law
Natural laws are permanently constant, inviolable and have no exceptions.
The Law of Karma is immutable. Unlike the man-made laws, it can neither be modified nor cancelled.
It is inviolable, no one can disobey it.
Irrespective of your station in life, whatever you sow, literally or metaphorically, you are bound to reap, measure for measure.
When it appears that a harvest of thorn is issuing forth from the seed of corn, then we simply need to examine more closely the antecedent(s) of the sower, of the seed, of the terrain, of the climate or/and of the season, and we shall notice which aspect(s) has/have been misplaced or displaced.
And if all the observables are well placed and well appraised to no avail, then we should redirect our search-light to ourselves, and examine which aspect(s) of our being has/have made a slip, since the seed of corn must necessarily give forth a harvest of corn.
Expressing your opinions about Karma in greater detail is no substitute for providing a logical argument for its existence. I see no evidence that Karma actually operates in the real world. As I wrote before, undeserved bounty and misfortune seem to fall on people just as often as just deserts, which would indicate that random chance rules fate, not Karma. The above is a faith-based sermon, not an exposition of logic.

No QED.
Thinking

Magherafelt, UK

#167 Feb 27, 2014
Wibble.
jide oni wrote:
Having thoroughly reviewed all my posts, I found Atheism's dead body already decomposing; while its fans, supposed to be down-cast lamenting their loss, are seen here in the forum, indiscreetly fighting a lost battle.
Behold the decomposing right leg of the deceased, i.e. evil!
There is no evil in the entire scheme of things. What the Atheists misconceive as evil is what I conceive to be activity phase of the good that permeates the entire universe. This phase is otherwise known as painful good, while the respite, passive phase, the pleasurable good.
Problem-solving that brings about 'soluprogress', do you call that evil?
Clearing of the bush and all other steps to be taken in farming engagement before eventual harvest, do you call that evil?
Labor-pains that accompany childbirth, do you call that evil?
Swotting to pass an examination, do you call that evil?
No, no, no, not in the least, challenges - physical, emotional, financial, social etc.- are not evil, but the activity good side of the divide.

Since: Jan 14

Europe

#168 Feb 28, 2014
Nightserf,
My posts on karmic justice are not based on personal opinion, but on personal, inter-personal and empirical/observable evidence, exactly like your counter-evidence of apparently undeserved fortunes and misfortunes.
What you consider chance randomness is simply a situation where isolated, superficial, indirect, remote manifestations are merely observed, without taking thought for many other underlying, intervening variables, such as the victim's errors of omission or commission in time past and in space, his aspirations and life-long mission, the innate stamina and interests of the so-called victims etc,
E.g. a masochistic nymphomaniac that was raped, should be seen as being specially favored rather than being adversely affected.
If whatever misfortune that befalls is naturally well deserved, then there is no misfortune in the real sense of the term. Where one suffers as compensation for a past action or as a necessary step towards attaining a future goal, should the suffering be seen as evil?
Thinking

Magherafelt, UK

#169 Feb 28, 2014
Rapey bollocks.
jide oni wrote:
Nightserf,
My posts on karmic justice are not based on personal opinion, but on personal, inter-personal and empirical/observable evidence, exactly like your counter-evidence of apparently undeserved fortunes and misfortunes.
What you consider chance randomness is simply a situation where isolated, superficial, indirect, remote manifestations are merely observed, without taking thought for many other underlying, intervening variables, such as the victim's errors of omission or commission in time past and in space, his aspirations and life-long mission, the innate stamina and interests of the so-called victims etc,
E.g. a masochistic nymphomaniac that was raped, should be seen as being specially favored rather than being adversely affected.
If whatever misfortune that befalls is naturally well deserved, then there is no misfortune in the real sense of the term. Where one suffers as compensation for a past action or as a necessary step towards attaining a future goal, should the suffering be seen as evil?

“It's just a box of rain...”

Since: May 07

Knoxville, TN

#170 Feb 28, 2014
jide oni wrote:
Nightserf,
My posts on karmic justice are not based on personal opinion, but on personal, inter-personal and empirical/observable evidence, exactly like your counter-evidence of apparently undeserved fortunes and misfortunes.
What you consider chance randomness is simply a situation where isolated, superficial, indirect, remote manifestations are merely observed, without taking thought for many other underlying, intervening variables, such as the victim's errors of omission or commission in time past and in space, his aspirations and life-long mission, the innate stamina and interests of the so-called victims etc,
E.g. a masochistic nymphomaniac that was raped, should be seen as being specially favored rather than being adversely affected.
If whatever misfortune that befalls is naturally well deserved, then there is no misfortune in the real sense of the term. Where one suffers as compensation for a past action or as a necessary step towards attaining a future goal, should the suffering be seen as evil?
That's certainly enough to justify believing in karma yourself, but you have taken on a different, more difficult task, that of convincing skeptics to believe as you do. The above is insufficient to achieve that goal. How will you know that you are beginning to succeed? Easy--the skeptics here will begin to agree with you. Until you see that happening, your efforts remain inadequate. I don't see that happening given the current scope and level of your posts. It's much more likely that your target audience will get bored and wander off.

Yawn...
Thinking

Magherafelt, UK

#171 Feb 28, 2014
The line "a masochistic nymphomaniac that was raped, should be seen as being specially favored rather than being adversely affected" is worrisome. I've never looked at karma so negatively until these posts appeared.
NightSerf wrote:
<quoted text>
That's certainly enough to justify believing in karma yourself, but you have taken on a different, more difficult task, that of convincing skeptics to believe as you do. The above is insufficient to achieve that goal. How will you know that you are beginning to succeed? Easy--the skeptics here will begin to agree with you. Until you see that happening, your efforts remain inadequate. I don't see that happening given the current scope and level of your posts. It's much more likely that your target audience will get bored and wander off.
Yawn...

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#172 Feb 28, 2014
jide oni wrote:
Having thoroughly reviewed all my posts, I found Atheism's dead body already decomposing; while its fans, supposed to be down-cast lamenting their loss, are seen here in the forum, indiscreetly fighting a lost battle.
Behold the decomposing right leg of the deceased, i.e. evil!
There is no evil in the entire scheme of things. What the Atheists misconceive as evil is what I conceive to be activity phase of the good that permeates the entire universe. This phase is otherwise known as painful good, while the respite, passive phase, the pleasurable good.
Problem-solving that brings about 'soluprogress', do you call that evil?
Clearing of the bush and all other steps to be taken in farming engagement before eventual harvest, do you call that evil?
Labor-pains that accompany childbirth, do you call that evil?
Swotting to pass an examination, do you call that evil?
No, no, no, not in the least, challenges - physical, emotional, financial, social etc.- are not evil, but the activity good side of the divide.
Awww, kitten....seriously, stop.

You're just making a fool of yourself.

Since: Jan 14

Ashburn, VA

#173 Feb 28, 2014
NightSerf wrote:
<quoted text>
That's certainly enough to justify believing in karma yourself, but you have taken on a different, more difficult task, that of convincing skeptics to believe as you do. The above is insufficient to achieve that goal. How will you know that you are beginning to succeed? Easy--the skeptics here will begin to agree with you. Until you see that happening, your efforts remain inadequate. I don't see that happening given the current scope and level of your posts. It's much more likely that your target audience will get bored and wander off.
Yawn...
Not at all.Even, we are yet to commence the argument proper.

Since: Apr 09

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#174 Feb 28, 2014
jide oni wrote:
<quoted text>
Not at all.Even, we are yet to commence the argument proper.
Well, since you started with gibberish and have posted nothing but gibberish since then, a proper argument is somewhat unlikely...

Since: Jan 14

Ashburn, VA

#175 Feb 28, 2014
Thinking,
Nothing negative about karma. It is simply to demonstrate how ignorant some people are of the unusual pleasure masochists take in suffering, and the fact that nymphos' over-sexed-up lust is adequately assuaged by what an average person will consider insupportable.
No matter the extent of an injury, impoverishment, sickness, embarrassment, even death by whatever means, the Law of Karma will operate in an impersonal manner, with the sole aim of striking a balance.
Let me add, that all the laws' justice cannot be tempered with mercy, as it is the case with the man-made laws.
The natural laws have no sentiments of pity or of forgiveness; for the laws, justice is justice.
www.lulu.com/spotlight/karma867

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#176 Feb 28, 2014
jide oni wrote:
Thinking,
Nothing negative about karma. It is simply to demonstrate how ignorant some people are of the unusual pleasure masochists take in suffering, and the fact that nymphos' over-sexed-up lust is adequately assuaged by what an average person will consider insupportable.
No matter the extent of an injury, impoverishment, sickness, embarrassment, even death by whatever means, the Law of Karma will operate in an impersonal manner, with the sole aim of striking a balance.
Let me add, that all the laws' justice cannot be tempered with mercy, as it is the case with the man-made laws.
The natural laws have no sentiments of pity or of forgiveness; for the laws, justice is justice.
www.lulu.com/spotlight/karma867
"Nothing negative about karma. It is simply to demonstrate how ignorant some people are of the unusual pleasure masochists take in suffering, and the fact that nymphos' over-sexed-up lust is adequately assuaged by what an average person will consider insupportable."

Okay...you're just full-on, batshit crazy.

Next?

Since: Jan 14

Ashburn, VA

#177 Feb 28, 2014
Just Think,
You are a necessary distraction.
However, all of human conducts and misconducts are obligatorily accommodated within the confines of the Law of Purposive Occurrence, such like your senseless statements and silly acts, which must necessarily be serving some useful purpose, which at the moment may not be discernible until later when things begin to unfold as they must.

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#178 Feb 28, 2014
jide oni wrote:
Just Think,
You are a necessary distraction.
However, all of human conducts and misconducts are obligatorily accommodated within the confines of the Law of Purposive Occurrence, such like your senseless statements and silly acts, which must necessarily be serving some useful purpose, which at the moment may not be discernible until later when things begin to unfold as they must.
Of course, kitten, of course.

Since: Jan 14

Europe

#179 Feb 28, 2014
The Law of Economy of Life(Death) is a natural law that shares the same absolute attributes with God, and this awareness should make man face life squarely, and leave death alone and let it please itself.
Since each is getting out of this earth life at his appointed time, then why the fuss over the exit of others?
And it is in the effect that death and God are the only two things man claims absolute knowledge of, when in actuality these are the only two things whose actual nature man is absolutely ignorant of.
But for death taking its toll on man's life, population explosion would have made life on earth 'unliveable'.
But for the fact of death, man would never have thought of heaven and hell.
Yes, death will strike at the exact time the purpose for living has been exhausted.
So, when man reaches the peak of his total means, death will wade in to prevent over-stretching of self in whatever form.
Death is a stranger to man, nobody has ever known it alive.
www.lulu.com/spotlight/karma867

“Sweden more democratic thanUSA”

Since: Jun 12

Södertälje, Sweden

#180 Feb 28, 2014
Just Think wrote:
<quoted text>
No, but it is fun to watch 'jide oni' flail about and embarrass himself...
Trolls always fail

Since: Jan 14

Europe

#181 Feb 28, 2014
Mikko & Just Think,
You are a duo of real bad guys.

“Sweden more democratic thanUSA”

Since: Jun 12

Södertälje, Sweden

#182 Feb 28, 2014
jide oni wrote:
Mikko & Just Think,
You are a duo of real bad guys.
Projecting!

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#183 Feb 28, 2014
jide oni wrote:
Mikko & Just Think,
You are a duo of real bad guys.
Thank goodness you've destroyed us.

Just DESTROYED us!

LOL

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