My Challenge To Atheists!!!

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Jul 16, 2013
 

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Whereas their priests would choose the noun "choirboys".
Amused wrote:
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Can I play? For my adjective, I choose "short-dicked"
For my noun, I choose "cowboys".
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Tall Guy wrote:
Since God doesn't exist, I dare you to go outside during the next thunderstorm that comes in your area and dare God to strike you down and kill you. Preferably a open area too so it is just you and God. After all what do you have to lose with this bet since you are 100% positive God doesn't exist.
REPENT BEFORE THIS BET BECAUSE IF YOU LOSE, YOU ARE DOOMED.
Revelation 21:8
8 But the fearful, and UNBELIEVING, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.
Why don't you go out in the middle of a field, holding a 20 ft metal pole straight up, in a lightning storm, and pray not to get hit. And if you don't then you are just lucky.

If your god is all powerful, why do I have to stand in an open field? I can just say it now. God, go f yourself, and strike me down, right now.
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Hey god! What part of right now don't you get? Hit me with your best shot!
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Hmm, still here? God is not real.

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Cujo wrote:
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Why don't you go out in the middle of a field, holding a 20 ft metal pole straight up, in a lightning storm, and pray not to get hit. And if you don't then you are just lucky.
If your god is all powerful, why do I have to stand in an open field? I can just say it now. God, go f yourself, and strike me down, right now.
Indeed.

Hollywood would have us believe, that with proper remote hacking, an ordinary computer can be made to explode with sufficient force to kill someone.

I would expect an actual **god** to be-- as a minimum-- better at these things than ...**Hollywood**....!!

At the very least.

So.

This god of his ought to be able to cause our computers to explode, killing us most painfully.

That seems to **only** happen in ... movies.

....!!!

Interesting.

Movies are pure fiction....

.... apparently?(removes sunglasses)

........ so is his ... god.

<cue theme from CSI Miami>
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Thinking wrote:
Whereas their priests would choose the noun "choirboys".
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I dunno... buggering armed people has a strong potential to end badly. Especially if it is non-consensual

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Jul 17, 2013
 
Cujo wrote:
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Why don't you go out in the middle of a field, holding a 20 ft metal pole straight up, in a lightning storm, and pray not to get hit. And if you don't then you are just lucky.
If your god is all powerful, why do I have to stand in an open field? I can just say it now. God, go f yourself, and strike me down, right now.
Apparently his 'god' is so ineffective and weak that the 'deck' needs to be completely stacked in its favor.

I would think that a real 'god' could strike you dead in the middle of a desert and a medical examiner would conclude you drowned
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Jul 17, 2013
 
So, Tall Guy, I heven't seen any news accounts of a person entering any lion enclosures in any zoo recently. It is certainly something that would make the news and almost certainly be picked up by the wire services. Are we to presume that you don't trust your god nearly as much as you claim you do? Sure seems that way.
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LCN Llin wrote:
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God does not post all day long on Topix, the same post for years ;-)
LOL
But, many members of his fan club do.

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Tall Guy wrote:
Since God doesn't exist, I dare you to go outside during the next thunderstorm that comes in your area and dare God to strike you down and kill you. Preferably a open area too so it is just you and God. After all what do you have to lose with this bet since you are 100% positive God doesn't exist.
REPENT BEFORE THIS BET BECAUSE IF YOU LOSE, YOU ARE DOOMED.
Revelation 21:8
8 But the fearful, and UNBELIEVING, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.
Say what?

Would it not be a better test if you go outside during the next thunderstorm that comes in your area and pray to God to protect you from the storm?

You know because I do not believe in god or gods I would not have faith that the storm would not produce any lighting, but you believe and have faith so your god should protect you.

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TerryL wrote:
<quoted text>Apparently his 'god' is so ineffective and weak that the 'deck' needs to be completely stacked in its favor.

I would think that a real 'god' could strike you dead in the middle of a desert and a medical examiner would conclude you drowned
Ooooh! Or make you dead while you were floating on an Antarctic ice floe--during the winter, and the ME said you died of heatstroke and over exposure to sunlight.

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Jul 18, 2013
 
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
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Ooooh! Or make you dead while you were floating on an Antarctic ice floe--during the winter, and the ME said you died of heatstroke and over exposure to sunlight.
Or instantly change all your internal organs into bronze with no outward signs that they could have gotten in there any other way

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<quoted text>Or instantly change all your internal organs into bronze with no outward signs that they could have gotten in there any other way
Yes! This is rather amusing.

Another one: instantly make **all** your cells instantly dead.

Nobody ever dies all-at-once-- it's always piecemeal (which is why it's possible to donate organs).

The doctors would be quite confused as to how, suddenly, with no outward trauma or toxicity, all the cells were suddenly just dead.

..........

In all seriousness, these lunatics really don't believe in a god who has much in the way of god-like capabilities.

I mean... the comic book character Iron Man had more godlike powers than **any** of the theistic gods I've read of.

After all: Iron Man had apparently infinite wealth...

:)

**ALL** gods-- bar none-- seem to be quite desperate for cash-money....

...WTF?

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Tall Guy wrote:
Since God doesn't exist, I dare you to go outside during the next thunderstorm that comes in your area and dare God to strike you down and kill you. Preferably a open area too so it is just you and God. After all what do you have to lose with this bet since you are 100% positive God doesn't exist.
REPENT BEFORE THIS BET BECAUSE IF YOU LOSE, YOU ARE DOOMED.
Revelation 21:8
8 But the fearful, and UNBELIEVING, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.
I just walked across the parking lot in a thunderstorm coming back from lunch, and I'm still here (just soaking wet). Both your challenge and your book of fairy tales are epic failures.
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Jul 18, 2013
 
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Say what?
Would it not be a better test if you go outside during the next thunderstorm that comes in your area and pray to God to protect you from the storm?
You know because I do not believe in god or gods I would not have faith that the storm would not produce any lighting, but you believe and have faith so your god should protect you.
The odds are heavily in favor of his not being struck by lightning. If he stood out there and was not struck, he would attribute that to divine protection, when it is really just a matter of the odds being heavily against a bad outcome with or without divine intervention. You really don't want to have to reply to a bunch of posts to the effect that "Tall Guy stood outside in a lightning storm praying for god's protection. No lightning hit him. Therefore, god exists".

The odds of being struck by lightning in a given year are between 1/750,000 and 1/500,000, making the odds of being struck during a given storm even more remote. Only 9-10% of lightning strike victims in the US die as a result, making the odds of being killed during a storm even an order of magnitude higher. So he was relatively safe with or without his imaginary friend.

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