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You're not seriously asking me about Adam again are you?
hahaha, no, but you just claimed that Adam was an early human - the "first" human or something.

Guess what? There was no first human :)

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"We all reject all deities because of the lack of evidence believers have"
So you refuse to see our evidence?
What you consider evidence isn't evidence by the standards of science. Buddhists' evidence is as good as yours - so why aren't they correct about Buddha and you not correct about God?

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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While I was pooping?
Dang, I missed it!
That was a supplied memory.

I know, right. It's the details that count.

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If you believe in God, you know that to be true.
That's the basic problem. "If" you believe, then the evidence is "true."

If you don't believe, it's quite easy to see the problems with what you consider evidence.

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New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
- then you agree that it has many outdated philosophies that really aren't required anymore.
No, not the philosophies, the literal stories. There's a difference.
- Then the Bible is no longer "true", if the above statement applies.
It's not true.
- Which ultimately means the Bible in its entirety, has portions of it that are not of "God", because "His" words would be timeless,
It is timeless. Here we are, 2,000 years later and we're debating it.....
in the "Christian" sense, yet some aren't....and....that then states those "inspired" men you so highly tout, really weren't all that inspired if their words are no longer valid.
Again, it's the literal account that changes over time, like the "laws" of treating slaves, not the fundamental meaning if the story.
You seem confused. What can I help you further understand?
Nuttin, I'm good :)
. "Please don't show that you're so stupid that you can't see past the literal words..."
- Ah yes, time to try and belittle others to show them you are superior.
When in Rome....
Your arrogance is not very "Christian".
What arrogance?
You are a little man in a bigger world.
No shit, Sherlock.
We all reject all deities because of the lack of evidence believers have
I know that. You refuse to see our evidence. Hiding just said that, too.
And BTW - asking me questions that don't pertain to the current discussion shows you are trying to redirect. Please try to stay focused if you want to continue to exchange posts with me.
SIR, YES SIR!

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karl44 wrote:
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i waz brought up christian
it is immoral for me to touch it myself
Better get some gloves then!

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God didn't damn it, the beavers did :)
I've been asking him why he loathes, hates, fears (whatever his particular emotion is) Christianity.
I used to ask "Christians", but he's since said that its not Christians, it's Christianity. That's as far as I can get with him......
Haven't you been reading his posts? He covered that in pretty good detail.

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New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
RiversideRedneck wrote:
Whoever wrote that goes off the premise that there are no original texts.
The Dead Sea Scrolls are a testimony to the accuracy and preservation of the Old Testament and provide confidence that the Old Testament existing today is the same Old Testament as that which used by Jesus.
The bible was written over a 1,500 year span by 40 authors and it still holds up to scrutiny.
Name one other book that can say the same....
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Do you always contradict yourself from post to post?
um.....

Maybe you're smarter than me, I see no contradiction.

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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The dum-dum answer is "God works in mysterious ways".
If you believe in God, you know that to be true.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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hahaha, no, but you just claimed that Adam was an early human - the "first" human or something.
Guess what? There was no first human :)
No first human? This is your opinion?

Wouldn't there need to be a first?

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What you consider evidence isn't evidence by the standards of science. Buddhists' evidence is as good as yours - so why aren't they correct about Buddha and you not correct about God?
Your science can neither prove nor disprove any deity, yes?

So why is something outside of science deemed impossible by science?

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Hidingfromyou wrote:
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That's the basic problem. "If" you believe, then the evidence is "true."
If you don't believe, it's quite easy to see the problems with what you consider evidence.
Makes sense. It do.

And if you don't believe in evolution and are outside the proverbial box, it's easy to see its flaws.

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New Age Spiritual Leader wrote:
RiversideRedneck wrote:
Why didn't God make everything in an instant? He could've, why didn't He?
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Researching the questions you seek answers to will be the only way you learn that your religion is a false doctrine.
Good luck!
That was a rhetorical question, not a question I seek the answer to.

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No, your culture - as in atheists. Muslims, Buddhist, ROTC aren't trying to disprove Christianity like your culture is.
Y'all have been doing it for over 2,000 years. Good luck to ya.
Atheism isn't a culture. Atheism is merely the lack of theistic belief in deities.
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It's nice to see you have such confidence in my reasoning abilities.
Thanks, it's based upon your history in posting to the threads here..
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It doesn't bother me at all, don't flatter yourself.
Why do you bring it up so often, to not just myself, but many others?
RiversideRedneck wrote:
In what way?(do you think)
That your deity myth disproves itself? Lack of proof, wildly varying belief sets within the myth, variations, fantastical stories, a reliance upon the "supernatural"<=( a meaningless term).

It's the same for all mythic beliefs.
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Nice to see you lump yourself with theists when it suits your argument.

I'm not sure why you'd object to that, I consider you and myself to have similar views when it comes to deities you don't have a belief in either.

I just happen to have went one step further than theists. Yourself included.
RiversideRedneck wrote:
This country was founded on religion by religious men.
Irrelevant statement.

That doesn't mean your deity belief is true, no more than it would support that the acceptance of slavery, since it was widespread at the time, infers the notion that slavery is a valued - and legitimate - American belief in this day and age.

It doesn't make the religious/deity belief true.
RiversideRedneck wrote:
It is still a religious country by more than 80% of the population.
Another irrelevant statement and assertion, as it pertains to your deity belief being based in fact. It isn't.
RiversideRedneck wrote:
Sucks when you're the minority huh?
You mean the minority of people who don't have your faith supported belief? No, not at all. I'm reminded of the words of of Anatole France when you make such a statement.

"If a million people believe a foolish thing, it is still a foolish thing." - Anatole France

If 2 billion people believe a foolish thing, too, is just as foolish.

You find solace in numbers and feel as if your belief actually means something because many believe as you do, else you wouldn't continually try to use statements such as - "It is still a religious country by more than 80% of the population" - to bolster your arguments.
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But you are a minority by choice.
If you mean that I simply didn't accept what I was told and searched beyond those assertions looking for proofs and evidence, and found those assertions valueless, then yes, I'm in that minority.
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You've chosen to be an atheist.
Bingo.

I'm also an aunicornist and an achupacabraist.

There is an entire list of things I will not blindly believe in, with only a desire to do so as my reason, since there is no unbiased proof or evidence for those things.

Leprechauns are on that list too, do you have a belief that leprechauns exist? Why?
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That's fine with me and I'd say most religious Americans. Until you try to throw YOUR unproven beliefs at us & try to change American values.
What are my unproven beliefs?

Are you saying your unproven beliefs deserve consideration or hold a special place and should be accepted because - "that's how we've always done it around here" -?

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It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Yes, among others.
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That's a pretty ignorant answer. Did you just say that the bible was taught as literal truth under threat of death because ignorant people misinterpret it? Does that make sense to you?
And you're a pompous ass.

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Clementia wrote:
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WTF was that?

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No first human? This is your opinion?
Wouldn't there need to be a first?
your dumb

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Fair enough. I recant the arguing remark.
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Right.
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I haven't, God has.
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Of course He can. And does.
Why did He choose Moses, Peter, Paul, etc? I don't know.
Moses had a sort if unnatural upbringing by pharaoh. He would've been the only one brave enough to approach him like a regular guy. He was very humble before God & approached Him in that manner. He expressed himself, murdered out of rage & was a slow speaker.
The dum-dum answer is "God works in mysterious ways".
If you believe in God, you know that to be true.
"I haven't, God has."
- you wrote this in response to my question of 'Why do you limit "God"'?

Which leads me to ask you for clarification on your knowledge of what "God" can or cannot do.

How do you know what "God" can or cannot do, if you say "He" can do this?

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Your science can neither prove nor disprove any deity, yes?
So why is something outside of science deemed impossible by science?
dumb, you are

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You're such an argumentative f_ckin butch bitch.
Have you read ANYTHING I've written?!?
Actually, I regret having read almost everything you have posted here, the stupid from most of the posts makes my brain hurt just knowing you actually believe you know something.

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