Post by Bob Post by Bob Post by Cloud Hobbit
Don't you ever get tired of not having any evidence for your beliefs?
We do have evidence.
When you say "evidence", you think of something you can see,
something you can touch, something tangible, something empirical.
But when a Christian says "evidence", when speaking about God, he
means something he's been given by God so that he knows beyond a
doubt that God exists.
Evidence for a believer and evidence for a non-believer are two
completely and totally different things.
You make your mistake by trying to compare them.
Post by Cloud Hobbit
Don't you ever get tired of having science debunk your religious beliefs?
Science has never, and will never, debunk my religious beliefs.
Science can not make you accept that your beliefs are wrong.
Of course not. You have yet to show me where science has debunked
my religious beliefs.
Science doesn't have to debunk your hooey. You have to produce
Secret knowledge imparted only to initiates isn't anything
that can convince anyone other than those in the cult.
I know, you don't care if we are convinced, if the Hairy Thunderer
wanted us to know, he'd have put us on the guest list.
That's horse hockey, and you know it.
You'd never put up with it if a Hindu or Muslim were peddling
that line of guff about their ghod or ghodz.
As one of your murdering religious nutjobs, Oliver
Cromwell, once wrote, " I beseech you, in the bowels
of Christ, think it possible you may be mistaken."
even if you are right about Yahooey's existence, you
might be wrong about the doctrine of election, or
wrong about being of the elect. My assumption is
that you are suffering a self-generated delusion,
possibly as the result of indoctrination in your sect
as a child. If you are an "adult convert" to your
reformed hooey, the "conversion experience" often
makes fanatics of many, including those who adopt
other variants of Christianity, or join other religions
you would consider false. They feel as justified as
you do. To one who stands outside of religious belief,
their commitment seems no more nor less real than yours.
The claims of any one such devotee, set against those of
adherents of rival faiths, do not convince.
Now, go read the FAQ rule against proselytizing again,
and stop pushing ghodz in your posts here.