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The proofs and logic favor the rationalistic assertions!
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SUNTA: How do you know if Adam and Eve existed?

BUNTA: Because my religious book says so.

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JOEL wrote:
SUNTA: How do you know if Adam and Eve existed?
BUNTA: Because my religious book says so.
LOL.
rabbee: because here are we actually again, in always TheTorah. i know this is true, because G-D did actually come and tell me about the woman thingy again. and this is the near end of the sixth day of G-D, again in always TheTorah.

and i saw G-D even before i saw, TheBook about us all here in IT again. so i can confirm, the actual accuracy and precision of being here in TheTorah again. even if you all deny, your grandmother and grandfather all here in IT again.

and it is not G-D, that is making the mistakes here in TheTorah. but it is all of you, making the same old mistake of not being here in IT again. as foolishly, you are all making the same genocidal mistakes, and naturally expecting different than diluvium results.

there is only about sixty years left, before G-D departs again for the day of rest. may you all make your peace, with G-D here in TheTorah before then.
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Jun 22, 2013
 
JOEL wrote:
The proofs and logic favor the rationalistic assertions!
rabbee: proof from the antiG-D bias, of the village idiot you all choose listen to.
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It's not about what or whom you trust, but about the method to use.
Multiple, indipendent and unrelated sources saying the same thing is a good point.
Sometimes you can read many articles say something on a matter but almost all give different results. Then, IMO you should look at the one who made the affermation and gave something to support it, i.e. evidence(s).
rabbee: well you can all choose to disbelieve in G-D, here in TheTorah again. but your going to get, the same old hell from G-D for it.

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Rick Moss wrote:
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Beliver: I don't give a fetid dingo's kidney if you do or do not believe in G-d. Why is it so important to YOU that I don't believe?
Rationalist: Because, I'm so insecure in my opinion that I don't feel comfortable unless everyone around me believes the same. Group-Think makes me feel less vulnerable in my opinions.
I know Jews are not usually guilty of this, but in my day to day experiences, it is usually the believer(typically the prostylitizing type) that exhibits the issues that you are projecting onto the strawman rationalist. I suspect that, like you, most atheists (barring the few activist types) just want to be left alone and not preached to. Wouldn't you agree?
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COR, the brainless pseudo-intellectual, is online posting garbage as usual. LOL.
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SUNTA: Why do you say there's an afterlife?

BUNTA: Because my religious book says so.

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I was posting stuff on mind-matter and energy-matter and causation on the allah thread. taking time out to rest. Have to study at least 12 hours on sunday - today. It's almost 3 am here.
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JOEL wrote:
I was posting stuff on mind-matter and energy-matter and causation on the allah thread. taking time out to rest. Have to study at least 12 hours on sunday - today. It's almost 3 am here.
rabbee: well we are not really as interested, in your religious studies as you are. you could spend 24/7, and we would not mind. contrary to your, the popular belief. we are more than capable of getting along, religiously without you.

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Slaves running from their masters was ince considered a mental illness, isnt it all just a farce?
I am sorry you will have to be more specific as to what "all" is.(I am not naturally tuned in to the same frequencies as you.)

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JOEL wrote:
SUNTA: Why do you say there's an afterlife?
BUNTA: Because my religious book says so.
(smiles)
Another poke at Hughbe, I see.

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JOEL wrote:
3) RATIONALIST: Why do you take a day off each week to pray to your God?
3) BELIEVER: My religious book says so.
Another poke at the Christians, I see.

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Rick Moss wrote:
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Beliver: I don't give a fetid dingo's kidney if you do or do not believe in G-d. Why is it so important to YOU that I don't believe?
Rationalist: Because, I'm so insecure in my opinion that I don't feel comfortable unless everyone around me believes the same. Group-Think makes me feel less vulnerable in my opinions.
Happy Full Moon!

I am not convinced that this is the most burning of issues. Most of the vocal atheists I know (here in the U.S.) appear to responding to the provocations of the Christian right.

I just read an article discussing how North Carolina state legislature last year outlawed the use of scientific models by the State to measure sea level change. With denial like that, do you actually blame atheists or other people from pushing back?

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NC Considers Making Sea Level Rise Illegal

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Happy Full Moon!
I am not convinced that this is the most burning of issues. Most of the vocal atheists I know (here in the U.S.) appear to responding to the provocations of the Christian right.
I just read an article discussing how North Carolina state legislature last year outlawed the use of scientific models by the State to measure sea level change. With denial like that, do you actually blame atheists or other people from pushing back?
rabbee: did not know it requires, scientific modeling to use a yard stick or notches? when you can see that rock, it means is low tide. if it were to change, you would not see it any more. don't need scientific modeling, to replace a more valuable and reliable rock like that. and i have more than one rock, for an emergency back up system.
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rabbee: continue to tick off G-D, and i can assure you that the present sea level rising is the least of your lack of security worries.

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yehoshooah adam wrote:
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rabbee: continue to tick off G-D, and i can assure you that the present sea level rising is the least of your lack of security worries.
But I like ticks.
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JOEL wrote:
SUNTA: How do you know if Adam and Eve existed?
BUNTA: Because my religious book says so.
LOL.
We know Adam and Eve are real and the incident in the garden of Eden really happened because of its re enactment 29 1/2 years ago. This was a tremendous sign and wonder and God proved she is the first and by her presence today, is also the last.

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Cult of Reason wrote:
<quoted text>I know Jews are not usually guilty of this, but in my day to day experiences, it is usually the believer(typically the prostylitizing type) that exhibits the issues that you are projecting onto the strawman rationalist. I suspect that, like you, most atheists (barring the few activist types) just want to be left alone and not preached to. Wouldn't you agree?
As a Jew, I've encountered enough missionaries in my life (religious and atheist) to choke a horse. In fact, one incident with a missionary did lead to the death of a small pony but that's another story.

What I find ironic here is that his missionary zeal is focused on Jews. The only of the world's major faiths that doesn't care in what he believes.

In fact, that the missionary and I believe differently is a constant source of joy and comfort to me.

If we did agree it would cause me to reexamine my beliefs.

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