Atheism requires as much faith as rel...

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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#183629 Nov 12, 2013
Dave Nelson wrote:
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You were arrested by inertia.
Coulda' been.

I didn't catch all their names.
Eagle 12

Edwardsville, IL

#183630 Nov 12, 2013
Buck Crick wrote:
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Would you please repeat all that, Beagle?
I was scratching my ass and I'm afraid I might have missed some.
Go Buck, make the tackle!

Since: Jun 12

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#183631 Nov 12, 2013
Abandoning this thread due to christarded trolls Buck Crick,Dave Nelson, Eagle 12.

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#183632 Nov 12, 2013
Mikko wrote:
The three christarded trolls have been up voted them self up to the limit so that no one can down vote them and down voting everyone else
Very poetic, Don Ho.
Anon

Lakewood, OH

#183633 Nov 12, 2013
Eagle 12 wrote:
Sorry for the double post
Why do you print this juvenile crap at all? Do you really think we're going to read this, suddenly start trembling, fall to our knees, and accept Jesus as our savior? For most of us, religion is a been there, done that situation that failed to take hold. Once one is aware of how silly the religious trappings really are, there's no going back.
Anon

Lakewood, OH

#183634 Nov 12, 2013
Eagle 12 wrote:
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You need to go to a all night prayer meeting.
Why? I can show prayer to be ineffective after only five minutes...

Since: May 10

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#183635 Nov 12, 2013
Anon wrote:
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Why do you print this juvenile crap at all? Do you really think we're going to read this, suddenly start trembling, fall to our knees, and accept Jesus as our savior? For most of us, religion is a been there, done that situation that failed to take hold. Once one is aware of how silly the religious trappings really are, there's no going back.
Why? You went back to Cleveland.

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#183636 Nov 12, 2013
Buck Crick wrote:
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I think you can save chickens without getting angry.
I think anger can be justified, but never advantageous, spiritually speaking.
I need to straighten you out on some things, still.
Total escape from ego is god-consciousness. A worthy goal.
I'm not that good, but not as bad as I once was.
.. your thinking is yucky and we must do a mind meld ..

.. please present your hands ..

<< Buck extends hands, palms down >>

<< HL slowly approaches with scarves >>

<< Buck's eyes wander downward >>

.. good, now you're humble ..

.. nobody can totally escape ego. The goal is to recognize negative ego aspects of self and ring the death knoll ..

<< HL wraps scarves around Buck's wrists and reaches for duct tape >>

.. my beliefs are an extension of the sum total of my experiences. You, Buck, might refer to these beliefs as the God within. Humans defend these beliefs for ego satisfaction but they require no defense, justification or protection. Whether atheism or theism, that's the 'ism' of the correlation. Is belief or non-belief simply ego ??..

.. are you now ready for the ultimate HL experience ??..
Anon

Lakewood, OH

#183637 Nov 12, 2013
Buck Crick wrote:
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Why? You went back to Cleveland.
Cleveland taught me there really is no god.

Catcher1

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#183638 Nov 12, 2013
Buck Crick wrote:
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No problem, Beagle 12.
It just took twice as long to ignore it.
Gee, and here I thought you'd opine that Eagle is the third smartest poster here.

Catcher1

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#183639 Nov 12, 2013
Happy Lesbo wrote:
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.. your thinking is yucky and we must do a mind meld ..
.. please present your hands ..
<< Buck extends hands, palms down >>
<< HL slowly approaches with scarves >>
<< Buck's eyes wander downward >>
.. good, now you're humble ..
.. nobody can totally escape ego. The goal is to recognize negative ego aspects of self and ring the death knoll ..
<< HL wraps scarves around Buck's wrists and reaches for duct tape >>
.. my beliefs are an extension of the sum total of my experiences. You, Buck, might refer to these beliefs as the God within. Humans defend these beliefs for ego satisfaction but they require no defense, justification or protection. Whether atheism or theism, that's the 'ism' of the correlation. Is belief or non-belief simply ego ??..
.. are you now ready for the ultimate HL experience ??..
Buck: Try it, you'll like it.

Since: May 10

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#183640 Nov 12, 2013
Anon wrote:
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Why? I can show prayer to be ineffective after only five minutes...
You couldn't show water to a fish.
Bongo

Patchogue, NY

#183641 Nov 12, 2013
Mikko wrote:
Abandoning this thread due to christarded trolls Buck Crick,Dave Nelson, Eagle 12.
you flagrant wimp
blacklagoon

Boston, MA

#183643 Nov 12, 2013
Eagle 12 wrote:
Kirsten Powers story of Atheism. Part II
As Keller propounded the case for Christ, she began to question her atheism. "He expertly exposed the intellectual weaknesses of a purely secular worldview. I came to realize that even if Christianity wasn't the real thing, neither was atheism."
Soon Powers found herself reading the Bible. At the same time, her boyfriend was praying that God would reveal Himself to Powers. After eight months of listening to Keller, she concluded that the weight of evidence was on the side of Christianity.
Still, she didn't feel any particular connection to God. "I continued to think that people who talked of hearing from God or experiencing God were either delusional or lying. In my most generous moments, I allowed that they were just imagining things that made them feel good."
Encounter with Jesus
Then something very unusual happened to Powers on a trip to Taiwan in 2006.
"I woke up in what felt like a strange cross between a dream and reality. Jesus came to me and said,'Here I am.'
"It felt so real. I didn't know what to make of it," she recalls. She called her boyfriend the next day, but before she could tell him what happened, he said he had been praying the night before and felt they were supposed to break up.
While she was upset by the break up, she was more "traumatized" by the mystical, mysterious visitation by Jesus. "I tried to write off the experience as misfiring synapses, but I couldn't shake it," she notes.
Powers returned to New York a few days later, but felt lost and confused as she tried to process her growing consciousness of God's presence. "I suddenly felt God everywhere and it was terrifying. More important, it was unwelcome. It felt like an invasion. I started to fear I was going crazy."
She sought out the advice of a friend, author and cultural commentator Eric Metaxas, whom she knew to be a Christian. "You need to be in a Bible study," he told her. He recommended a study taught by Pastor Tim Keller's wife.
When she walked into the Bible study she felt desperate, unsure how she would ever tell family or friends about her emerging faith. She thought no one would understand because she didn't really comprehend the changes unfolding in her heart. "I had a knot in my stomach. In my mind, only weirdoes and zealots went to Bible studies."
Powers doesn't recall what Kathy Keller taught on that day, but when she left the Bible study she knew everything had changed. "I'll never forget standing outside that apartment on the Upper East Side and saying to myself,'It's true. It's completely true.' The world looked entirely different, like a veil had been lifted off it. I had not an iota of doubt. I was filled with indescribable joy."
In the next few months, a tug-of-war between faith and doubt returned at intervals. She did her best "to wrestle away from God," but found it was futile to run from Him.
"Everywhere I turned, there He was. Slowly there was less fear and more joy. The Hound of Heaven had pursued me and caught me-whether I liked it or not."
http://crossmap.christianpost.com/news/fox-ne...
Bullshit and more bullshit heaped on top of more bullshit, then added to an ever larger pile of bullshit, joining up with an even larger pile of bullshit. Seems as though all you have here is BULLSHIT.
Thinking

Royston, UK

#183644 Nov 12, 2013
More bollocks from you.
Buck Crick wrote:
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And it is not infinite, round or square.
Nothing is, because it's impossible.
We have a doctor and a physicist who disagree with that.
But they are nuts.
Can you imagine how much flour would be required for an infinite donut?
Anon

Lakewood, OH

#183645 Nov 12, 2013
Buck Crick wrote:
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You couldn't show water to a fish.
Very disappointing Buck. Your little aphorism here is exceedingly lame, even by your standards.
"Oh yeah, you couldn't show water to a fish." See what I mean? Nothing. No impact.
Honestly, if your humor has slipped to a "Gilligan's Island" level, maybe you should take a sabbatical.
blacklagoon

Boston, MA

#183646 Nov 12, 2013
Fred's Story:

HOW FRED BECAME AN ATHEIST:

Raised Catholic and came to realize the God his priests were talking about had the ability to peer into his most private thoughts and convict him of "thought Crimes." He then found out after reading his bible that this God was unbelievably immoral, condoning slavery, Genocide, infanticide, and involved in blood sacrifice, and promoting the rape of young girls. his final straw was this God murdering innocent little babies, that was it for Fred. He immediately converted to a life of free thought, critical thinking, and extreme skepticism. The light of truth and facts can be a wonderful place, the place of Atheism. Lucky Fred!!!!!!!!!
virtuanna

Texarkana, TX

#183647 Nov 12, 2013
Mikko wrote:
The three christarded trolls have been up voted them self up to the limit so that no one can down vote them and down voting everyone else
Aw, all butthurt over a temporary shift in numbers on a single thread? Tough shyt. You guys do it all across the board on threads that have nothing to do with atheism. You've ruined Topix as a form of entertainment and turned it into nothing more than a battle of numbers, of who has the most gang members to strike back defending their own ideology. Being in the majority on Topix is nothing to brag about since your crew comes here as a coordinated group with one agenda in mind. The majority is not always right and certainly can't be trusted to have the best interests of the minority in mind.

BORING!
blacklagoon

Boston, MA

#183648 Nov 12, 2013
Bongo wrote:
<quoted text> You need to let go to get a better grip. Jesus will help you if you let him
If that doesn't work he can always try Gasper The Friendly Ghost, both can be found deep in the imagination, or in Gaspers case, the cartoon network.
blacklagoon

Boston, MA

#183649 Nov 12, 2013
Buck Crick wrote:
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If you think earth is a utopia, you never been to Ludlow Alabama in the summer.
And you also never been to the Danville Correctional Facility for the Criminally Insane.
Try that.
I was in a Turkish prison, middle of the summer, talk about hot. Luckily I was able to over power 5 guards, leapt over the fence, stole a 747 and flew home to the states, whew..Thats was an adventure!!!!

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