Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.

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Apr 5, 2014
 
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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If she chose sex and chose to be irresponsible about it, yes.
But she wasn't "forced" into becoming a mom, she CHOSE to risk it and therefore CHOSE it.
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Absolutely! She shouldn't be having sex in the first place.
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Hell no. That's why he shouldn't be having sex and risking knocking a girl up.
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What?! Hell no. That boy and that girl made their choices. They need to man-up about it, get jobs and take care of their "accident". The grandparents didn't force them to try sex, the grandparents aren't financially responsible.
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Huh? They wouldn't become parents again, their kid's would be.
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I agree. If they're gonna do it, they're gonna do it.
It's their choice if they choose to be responsible about it.
Ever stop to think that actions and choices have consequences? Ever consider that a 13 year old having sex is illegal and immoral?
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a childish ignorant attitude from someone who seeks control
you are a sad, vile person, no misfortune you might experience would be worth of empathy.
you are among the most vile persons I have ever met, you are indeed a christian.
Yes because choosing to be responsible is childish and vile, isn't it?

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Apr 5, 2014
 
karl44 wrote:
but --- if it is true that he is 18 and still "a virgin" then the probability is that he has a sexual identity issue.
There's the liberal Topix Atheist! attitude.

"Kids SHOULD be having sex, dammit!"

You disgust me. Let the kids be kids.

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Apr 5, 2014
 
mtimber wrote:
<quoted text>Lost from what?

A pointless selfish existence?
That's exactly what you seem to have.

Just hanging around waiting for the "next" life.

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Apr 5, 2014
 
Divinity Surgeon wrote:
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Are you not aware of your own words and how they come a cross?
Not my problem.
No.

How do they come a cross?

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Apr 5, 2014
 
mtimber wrote:
<quoted text>Really?

So you reasoned to atheism by logic which cannot be accounted for in an atheistic worldview?

How do you account for the transcendental laws of logic by the way?
Actually, it started by seeing people like you.

Hypocrites.

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Apr 5, 2014
 
Divinity Surgeon wrote:
Yet teens should not be given condoms?
How many times a day do you reckon you contradick yourself?
Ball park figure?
No, they shouldn't be GIVEN condoms, they should go buy them.

In what way have I been contradictory about that?

It seems like when I say people should but their own condoms, you take it as they shouldn't be using condoms.

What thefuck is wrong with you?

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Apr 5, 2014
 
Buck Crick wrote:
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No, evolution is not science.
Evolution is a biological process.
Science studies biological processes, but the processes themselves are NOT science.
Science is a field of study.
Your religion is showing again.
"There is only one Congress"

Congress.gov | Library of Congress, 113th Congress
Search Bill Text from Multiple Congresses.

http://thomas.loc.gov/home/multicongress/mult...

"Science is a field of study."

A single field?

Sorry Buck, you should have been a professional wrestler. Like you, they only need to be big......... not smart.

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And you think that is evolution?
No wonder you are entrenched. You don't know what evolution is.
You are too retarded to understand variation and mutations in genetics does.

Just stick to your mythology. You have no concept of anything real.

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Apr 5, 2014
 
Buck Crick wrote:
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The theory of evolution involves a multitude of claims, some of which are as demonstrable as water boiling, and some much more tenuous and unproven.
When you assert the entire range of the theory as a fact that is not susceptible scrutiny and question, then you are asserting assumptions, and you are entering into a philosophical realm, not a scientific one.
Water boils. Whether it boils unaided and produces large amounts of information and innovation is another question.
I didn't a make that claim. Your dishonesty is palpable.

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Apr 5, 2014
 
Aerobatty wrote:
<quoted text>That's exactly what you seem to have.

Just hanging around waiting for the "next" life.
Preparing for eternity vs strained denial of reality...

Your superiority rests where?
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Apr 5, 2014
 
Buck Crick wrote:
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Point out that "wall of separation" in the Constitution for me.
I can't seem to put my finger on it.
I didn't make that claim. Your dishonesty is palpable.
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Buck Crick wrote:
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We don't have liberalism?
Gay marriage is being adopted, abortion is used as birth control for any reason or no reason, people in some states are taxed at over 50% of income, the Obama administration is refusing to deport illegal immigrants arrested for criminal violations, a sweeping unconstitutional law has been adopted requiring all citizens to buy insurance administered by a central government, enforced by the IRS, and it was upheld by the Supreme Court,...
...no, no liberalism there. Nothing to see.
Bwahahahahahahahhahahahhahahah ahhahahahhahaha......
You don't understand what liberalism is. That is your failing. Trying to teach you would be impossible.
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mtimber wrote:
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You cannot present any verifiable empirical evidence for evolution, because there is none. All you can supply is an interpretation of data that is presuppositional by nature.
The evidence is that you have no empirical evidence...
So, you can't provide any evidence for your assertion.

Your consolation speech has been logged.

I provided you with empirical evidence but you continue to Godbot your ridiculous talking points, Gish Galloping all over like some malevolent nitwit. There is no tithe here, preacher.

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Buck Crick wrote:
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No. There is only one Congress in the entire United States.
States do not have "Congresses".
The federal Constitution was written for application to the federal government, not states governments. That's why states adopt their own constitutions.
And a teacher leading a prayer is not passage of a law to adopt an official religion.
You are wrong on every point.
On the bright side, you might qualify for the Supreme Court.
Every State has a legislative body (Congress) made up of a Senate and House of Representatives.

"If we change the name of the US Congress to US Legislature then we can teach Christianity in public schools because the Constitution said so." - Buck

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Apr 5, 2014
 
Aerobatty wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, it started by seeing people like you.

Hypocrites.
Hypocrites?

Which absolute moral standard are you pointing to to make this judgement with?

You claim atheism but argue from a Christian moral position?

Your behaviour reveals you do not really live in the matrix you claim to be true, you live in the Christian universe which you desperately deny, hoping that sticking a pillow over your head will enable you to escape the consequence of your choices.
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mtimber wrote:
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1. Interesting equivocal fallacies you have strung together here,

2. at the heart of your argument is the false notion that scientific advancement is predicated on naturalistic atheism being absolutely true.

3. Which is demonstrably false as empiricism works in the present and not the mythical past, and requires no blind adherence to the religious tenets that you are espousing...

4. The foundations of empirical science and mathematics come from Abrahamic societies that recognised the Creator.

5. You might want to study the history of science a little deeper...
1. Nope, they are salient points with direct correlation.

2. Nope, I never made that claim, but show me a scientific advance not found through materialistic naturalism. I have no idea what atheistic naturalism is. That's not even a real thing.

3. Word salad.

4. What? Haha. That is the most ridiculous thing you have written so far.

5. Where, ICR or with Matt Slick? Haha. You're a riot, Alice.

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Apr 5, 2014
 
Buck Crick wrote:
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....
"It must, then, rest with the States"
"It must, then, rest with the States"
"It must, then, rest with the States"
"It must, then, rest with the States"
"It must, then, rest with the States"
"It must, then, rest with the States"....
Then the Civil War changed all that.

Now it rests with the Federal Government.

No one wants your asinine mythology in our schools, in our lives or in our country.

We are doing our best to eliminate ignorance and superstition. Sadly, the USA is full of retards like you.

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<quoted text>You are too retarded to understand variation and mutations in genetics does.

Just stick to your mythology. You have no concept of anything real.

"Goddidit!" - Buck
Mutations cause a general loss in information not an increase.

You have swallowed the propaganda whole it seems...

Genetic variation is built in, not added.

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Apr 5, 2014
 
IPSEC wrote:
<quoted text>So, you can't provide any evidence for your assertion.

Your consolation speech has been logged.

I provided you with empirical evidence but you continue to Godbot your ridiculous talking points, Gish Galloping all over like some malevolent nitwit. There is no tithe here, preacher.
Your argument for evolution was a string of logical fallacies, equivocations that I responded to.

Your basic argument being:

I have forensic claims which are really empirical evidences.

Sorry, but all you have done is revealed a basic lack of logical reasoning, or a deceitful attempt to deflect a point.

Arguing scientific advances only come from evolutionary forensic assertions is sheer foolishness of the highest order.

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Apr 5, 2014
 
IPSEC wrote:
<quoted text>1. Nope, they are salient points with direct correlation.

2. Nope, I never made that claim, but show me a scientific advance not found through materialistic naturalism. I have no idea what atheistic naturalism is. That's not even a real thing.

3. Word salad.

4. What? Haha. That is the most ridiculous thing you have written so far.

5. Where, ICR or with Matt Slick? Haha. You're a riot, Alice.
So you really want to argue that there are no scientific advances made outside of atheistic naturalism?

Seriously?

Are you really that brain washed?

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