Post by aaa Post by Kevrob Post by aaa Post by Kevrob Post by aaa
Why? What is there so difficult for you to understand?
1.) You spout arrant nonsense.
2.) You refuse to back it up with anything more
complicated than "I say so."
3.) You have created this legend of a head trauma victim,
who is so scrambled in the head that he couldn't
hold down a job, who is somehow a conduit for divine
knowledge, like a Russian Holy Fool.
Many of us don't buy it, and figure you for a Poe.
You either can't, or won't use logic and evidence.
Why should any rational being take notice of your
blather at all?
You didn't answer my question. I don't need you to believe me. I only
need you to understand me. Why can't you understand me?
See reason 1.
Anytime anyone restates your positions, as one
does when making a logical argument as refutation,
you object to the characterization, backtrack,
emit more babble. shift your ground, etc.
One can't have a philosophical argument with someone
who equivocally defines "philosophy" as "theology,"
won't admit that his "spiritual" views are, in fact,
religious, and pretends to be an idiot-savant with
the ability to be a conduit to the mind of his ghod,
due to physical injury.
You are a Froot Loop, or are pretending to be one.
In other words, you still refuse to understand me correctly. There is
nothing theological in what I said.
The study of the nature of God and religious belief.
"a theology degree"
1.1 Religious beliefs and theory when systematically developed.
"in Christian theology, God comes to be conceived as Father and Son"
count(able) noun "a willingness to tolerate new theologies"
[/quote] - https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/theology
Theology is the critical study of the nature of the divine. It is taught
as an academic discipline, typically in universities and seminaries.
Theology is basically the study of deities or their scriptures in order
to discover what they have revealed about themselves. While theology
has turned into a secular field, religion followers still consider
theology as a discipline that helps them live and understand concepts
such as life, love and helps them lead a life of obedience to the
deities they follow or worship.
[/quote] - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theology
Post by aaa
You really should stop trying to
misinterpret what I said. It's not a good excuse.
What you consistently refer to as "philosophy," the rest of the world
calls theology. Theology uses philosphy as a tool: it aplies philosophy
to the "problem og ghod," but philosophy is much more than the study of
theology, which is considered but a branch of philosophy.
Your saying otherwise does not make it so.
Actually, your babble is relly only "folk widom," as it doesn't rise
to the standard of theological teaching at universities. Any university
trained theologian ought to be able to do philosophy, also. You would
be mincemeat in hands of any masters degree candidate.