Nor has it proved that there are no leprechauns or vampires. Are you waiting for proof before you stop believing in those?Science has not proven that there is no God.
Is that important to you? Does that affirm your decision to join them?Some scientist believes in God.
Of course it was said sarcastically. It was tit-for-tat in response to your "Have a good day/night" at the end of a post that was nothing but a gratuitous insult.No that was not better, you dont believe and it was said sarcastically. Sister, yes in that we all started from the same ancestors. Just not Sister in Christ. Jesus loves you.
I commend you for getting through this post without throwing in an insult or making a personal attack. Maybe your god is working through you after all, although I'm not sure that those are his standards, either. He likes to call skeptics some pretty horrible things himself.Im sorry Ians but your philosophy and vocabulary (your way of thinking) is of no use to me. That is why I read few of your posts. Im not the only one that scrolls Ians. I dont think you can say that you feel my beliefs are going to help you live a better life? Same difference.
That's the kind of comment that you think justifies hurling a personal insult back in return, isn't it? But if you'll think about it, it's a legitimate criticism of the message in scripture, which you should defend if you can, or gracefully disregard - not grounds for your wrath or contempt.
It's too bad if we have different opinions, and irrelevant to me that you consider yours holy and mine demonic. Those opinions are nothing but trash talk to an unbeliever. If you choose to express those sentiments with people that don't share your values, then you should expect some blow back.