Prove there's a god.

“Ditat Deus”

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#636012 Jul 3, 2013
True Truth wrote:
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*Yawn*
Don't you ever get tired saying the same old stuff?
Oh wait...Nevermind.
100% wrong!

“Ditat Deus”

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#636013 Jul 3, 2013
Aura Mytha wrote:
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It's the Fee in front, Fuh fuh Fee....
Female... yeah that's the one!
You don't get one without a fine.
A Fee for a fine female, or is it fee fi foe.
NO! I get it now, she get the house and half your stuff and you get to wander the street eating out of garbage cans. Nah just practicing up for when I get to write a real comedy tragedy. WAIT Who is that dude driving your car maaan? Jody! ha hah huh ha huh HA ewwwwwwwww.
Woah duder. Are you going to share or is my name Skippy?

Since: Oct 10

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#636014 Jul 3, 2013
Ilovewhitemen20 wrote:
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*Godzilla facepalms*(if Godzilla facepalms you, you know the fail is epic).
You dont HAVE to say you're no different than an atheist. Your torture of logic is self-evident of that. Go back and read my replies to you on why is this. I really don't have the energy to keep repeating myself .
Ilovewhitemen20 wrote:
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I really don't have the energy to keep repeating myself .
And yet, you do.

Since: Sep 10

San Francisco, CA

#636015 Jul 3, 2013
Aura Mytha wrote:
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HA! you asked for it hehehe
EL'Yahweh, He the Spanish version, and does both!
Muuuwah.
EL Yahwecito.

“Ditat Deus”

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#636016 Jul 3, 2013
True Truth wrote:

Ok I shall concede to most of this. But I find it weird that you say "It is not possible for God to either lie or to die".
For one, it is certainly possible for God to lie. If we, a mere creation, can do it, then obviously so can He. Our well being and justice is of no consequence to Him. He doesn't owe us anything, let alone the truth. We just have faith that He won't lie. He'll be truthful and just. That is our faith.
Secondly, your belief is based upon God dying to please Himself and give people a break.
Remember that the nature of God is that He cannot change, so He cannot die.

Also, death is a biological function where something that is alive ceases to be alive. God is not biological and isn't "alive" like we are.

As far as Jesus goes, He has two natures: God and man.

When we talk about the death of Jesus, we're talking about a biological death, not the death of the divine being who is God.

“Ditat Deus”

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#636017 Jul 3, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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Forget it.
I refuse to accept a half-assed god.
Give me one that's truly all-powerful. One who can make a spherical triangle blindfolded and with his hands tied behind his back.
I want a real god. Not a flunkie.
And for me to accept any god, he can't be a coward and hide all the time.
So you want a god with a full ass, blindfolded and has his hands tied behind his back, huh?

Hmmm.... What're you really sayin, Catch?

“Ditat Deus”

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#636018 Jul 3, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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EL Yahwecito.
Lol
Don't forget the Mrs

¡EL Yahwelúpe!

“Seventh son”

Since: Dec 10

Will Prevail

#636019 Jul 3, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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EL Yahwecito.

Since: Jul 09

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#636020 Jul 3, 2013
True Truth wrote:
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Crystals are not considered living.
God does not conform to my imagination. I accept that God is unimaginable.
And He doesn't like me best.
that is exactly why I gave the example of crystals.

one day, when you mature, you will make a fine secular humanist

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#636021 Jul 3, 2013
True Truth wrote:
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Crystals are not considered living.
God does not conform to my imagination. I accept that God is unimaginable.
And He doesn't like me best.
yet you are quite willing to tell others, that he must exist, why so, and how to understand the god.

godbots, ya god-da love-em

Since: Sep 10

San Francisco, CA

#636022 Jul 3, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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So you want a god with a full ass, blindfolded and has his hands tied behind his back, huh?
Hmmm.... What're you really sayin, Catch?
Nope.

Read my post again.

This time though, put your brain in gear first.

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#636023 Jul 3, 2013
undercontrolgh wrote:
So you mean to say everything in this world came by chance. Let me point out a few things to think about. From the moment man opens his eyes to this world a great order surrounds him. He needs oxygen to survive; it is interesting that the atmosphere of the planet on which he lives provides more than just the adequate amount of oxygen he needs. This way, he breathes without difficulty. For the existence of life on this planet, the existence of a source of heat is essential. In response to this need, the sun is located at just the right distance to emit the exact amount of heat and energy human life needs. Man needs nourishment to survive; every corner of the world abounds in astonishingly diversified provisions. Likewise, man needs water; surprisingly, three-fourths of the planet is covered with water. Man needs shelter; in this world of ours, there is land on which it is suitable to build and all sorts of materials with which to make shelters.These are only a few among billions of details making life possible on earth. In brief, man lives on a planet perfectly designed for his survival. This is certainly a planet “created for human beings”, as God said in the Quran:“Do you not see that God has subjected for you all that is in the Heavens and all that is on the Earth, and has completed and perfected His Bounties upon you,[both] apparent and hidden?...”(Quran 31:20)
A person’s interpretation of the world rests on “acquired methods of thought.” That is, he thinks in the way he has been taught, or, less kindly, the way in which he is indoctrinated. Under this misguidance, he often dismisses all the aforementioned as “trivial realities.” However, if he does not side-step the matter, and start questioning the conditions making our existence possible, he will surely step out of the boundaries of habitual thinking and start to think:How does the atmosphere serve as a protective ceiling for the earth?
How does each one of the billions of cells in the human body know and perform its individual tasks?
How does this extraordinary ecological balance exist on earth?
A person seeking answers to these questions surely proceeds on the right path. He does not remain insensitive to things happening around him, and doesn’t plead ignorance about the extraordinary nature of the world. A person who asks questions, who reflects on and gives answers to these questions will realize that, on every inch of the planet, a plan and an order reigns:
How did the flawless order in the whole universe come into being?
Who provided the delicate balances in the world?
How did living beings, incredibly diversified in nature, emerge?
Keeping oneself occupied with relentless research to answer these questions results in a clear awareness that everything in the universe, its order, each living being and structure is a component of a plan, a product of design. Every detail: the excellent structure of an insect’s wing, the system enabling a tree to carry tons of water to its topmost branches, the order of planets, and the ratio of gases in the atmosphere; all are unique examples of perfection.
Think again carefully.
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you are unregistered, and your rant is not attributed.

evolution

there is a school near you, go get some.

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#636024 Jul 3, 2013
undercontrolgh wrote:
Thank you for your reply man.
Can i ask you a simple question, is there such a thing as cold?
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if you are confused about the term there are dictionaries.

there is a school near you

get some

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#636025 Jul 3, 2013
undercontrolgh wrote:
I admire your thoughts. just a simple questions, the same question i asked to myth buster, is there such a thing as cold?
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now there is a bold lie

“Ditat Deus”

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#636026 Jul 3, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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Nope.
Read my post again.
This time though, put your brain in gear first.
Whatever, at least you're looking. That's a gewd start.
Myth Buster

Scottsdale, AZ

#636027 Jul 3, 2013
True Bullshit wrote:
Don't you ever get tired saying the same old stuff?
Do you ever get tired of totally humiliating on an international forum with your absolutely pathetic rationalizations for your self-degrading cultist lifestyle, kid?
Myth Buster

Scottsdale, AZ

#636028 Jul 3, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
Don't be stupid, you moron.
(Howard Stern says his father used to say that to him.)
The religiously retarded Riverside Redneck is unquestionably one the most moronic godbots to ever post in this forum. Why do continue replying to this stark raving mad insane lunatic?

“Ditat Deus”

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#636029 Jul 3, 2013
karl44 wrote:

if you are confused about the term there are dictionaries.
there is a school near you
get some
You mean:

"If you are confused about the term, there are dictionaries."

And.. "There is a school near you."

And.... WTF is 'get some'?! Get some school?

You're a dumb ass.

“Ditat Deus”

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#636030 Jul 3, 2013
karl44 wrote:

you are unregistered, and your rant is not attributed.
*waits for you to say the same to Myth Buster*

*and waits...*

*and waits...*

*and waits...*

*and waits...*
Myth Buster

Scottsdale, AZ

#636031 Jul 3, 2013
The neurobiological basis of hyper-religiosity:

The question of why people believe in supernatural entities and eternal life after death has not been answered satisfactorily although there are theories about this. Vail, Rothschild, Weise, Solomon, Pyszczynski, and Greenberg (2010) argue that people become religious and spread their religion because of their existential fear, their fear of the inevitability of death. Others, for example Boyer (2001), consider religion as a nonadaptive byproduct of other human qualities that have evolved by natural selection. Another view is provided by Ysseldyk, Matheson, and Anisman (2010), who believe that eternal group membership by which people can identify themselves is an important motivation for religion. Sedikides and Gebauer (2010) add self enhancement to this list of theories, which they defined as socially desirable responding.

Religion influences individuals and the society in which they live. This influence can be either positive or negative. The strong group membership which is facilitated by religiosity can cause an individual to have a good social support system. But at the same time conflicts can arise between different groups, which can happen in the form of wars between countries or civil wars.

Hyper-religiosity is an excessive or extreme form of religiosity. In this paper, hyper-religiosity is considered a psychopathological form of extreme religiosity, which is mainly found in patients with a psychological or psychiatric disorder. The symptoms vary greatly among patients, with some patients experiencing only one of the symptoms while others experience a multitude of symptoms. The symptoms can also vary in degree of severity. Some symptoms of hyper religiosity are visual and/or auditory hallucinations of God or other religious figures, feelings of being one with the world around you and/or God, intense emotions of God’s presence, and the conviction that you are chosen by God or another religious figure to carry out a certain task. What is striking about these symptoms is that the focus is not on central aspects of religion, like taking care of others, but on very specific, exaggerated tasks, emotions or perceptions.

http://arno.uvt.nl/show.cgi...

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