Then how come you keep saying we can't seem to understand your proof? Isn't that good as attempting us to agree to you? In which case, I believe that is "forcing" us. Let's see:@Ernst: I am not forcing anything on anyone.
May I repeat that again?This is pathetic! If you actually read or understood my post, you would see why God couldn't have created the Universe. Admit it. You can't comprehend the proof I gave.
See? You assumed that we should agree to your statement, in which case, you're practically forcing us into your belief that God didn't create the universe.Admit it.
I think you are because of this;I am a stereotyper? I disagree.
You are directly pulling us to the category of fundamentalist, do-it-or-else Christians. And that is what I mean a "steretype". You don't even know us. You don't know our actual beliefs, and yet you blame us on this.You are a typical Christian. You are afraid that God will punish you, if you say he doesn't exist. You are terrified at the prospect of a dreamless, eternal sleep.
Oh, that again tells me you're trying to force us into agreement. I mean, yes, we can see what you're trying to say, it's just that we don't agree to that being the actual truth.So, calling me a stereotyper is wrong. I am disappointed that you fail to understand the PROOF I presented, like Spinodont does.
Oh, so you're a Christian? I take back what I said. However, if you think we are all getting the wrong impression of God, then keep it to yourself. You yourself believes in that. Why do you want to preach it out, and start calling us "pathetic" if we disagree?I am a fundamentalist? I find that rather offensive. I am a
Christian. I attend Mass every Sunday. I pray three times a day. I believe in an "afterlife" of sorts. I have ALWAYS said that a God may exist. I just believe that we are getting the wrong impression about what a God is.