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God Is Imaginary: Examine Jesus' Miracles (Proof #14)
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February 24, 2011 - 8:30 am
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You're the only one who whines about people content with their own Faith!

I'm not here to convert anyone; just to get people to realize the errors in their religion.

Now Now! :liar:

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February 25, 2011 - 6:00 am
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:eh: :thumbdown:

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"event_horizon" wrote: Either you believe in "God" or you don't. Just because you have the option to imagine whether your imaginary friend is a unicorn or a fairy, doesn't make you any more open or closed minded.

Being open to the possibility that I'm wrong about God is by definition more open minded.

I'm open-minded about a lot of things (aliens and parallel universes just to name a couple), but "God" isn't one of them.

That's precisely what I stated earlier, that you were closed-minded regarding God. At first you disagreed but now you admit it. That whole process is quite telling.
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I could just as easily call you closed-minded for believing the universe can't exist without "God".

I believe that?

If there's anyone truly open-minded about this particular subject, it's the agnostic.

Not really, since an agnostic believes there will never be proof either way, cutting himself off from the possibility that there will be (or is) proof. I have yet to see a proof that there can't be proof of God either way.

With that being said, you seem utterly confused about what you think "God" is, or its nature. To top it off, you invoke Jesus into it (first time I've ever heard that from you), as if to simply please or gain approval of others on this board.

Maybe you shouldn't play guessing games as I've never seen you guess anything right. One thing that's fairly straightforward and easy enough to understand is God's existence. It's nature is many-layered and complex; saying I am confused by God is no more insightful than comparing a 5 year old to Calculus. But at least a 5 year old can understand that there is something, as mystifying as it is, out there called calculus and what its basic nature is.

It's as if you're trying to create your own "God"/religion/cult, but you stumble through your ideas like a homeless drunkard into a dead-end alley.

Not really, though it was a colorful way to describe it.

You said that "God" is "congruent" (your favorite genius word) to reality, but you also said reality is in man-made structures and in mirrors, as if I should see "God" in those as well. That's how I understood it.

Simply put, anything that is real (including man-made structures) belongs to reality.

Unlike you, I'm not here to seek common ground with anyone. I'm here to express my views and opinions, and if I happen to reach a common ground, that's just a bonus.

Given your admitted closed-mindedness about God, you really are doing nothing more than masturbating when you discuss God. That pic should be your new avatar.

"it is easy to grow crazy"

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February 27, 2011 - 6:14 am
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"at1with0" wrote: [quote="event_horizon"]Either you believe in "God" or you don't. Just because you have the option to imagine whether your imaginary friend is a unicorn or a fairy, doesn't make you any more open or closed minded.

Being open to the possibility that I'm wrong about God is by definition more open minded.

By definition, being "open-minded" to invisible beings of which there is zero proof is silly.

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I could just as easily call you closed-minded for believing the universe can't exist without "God".

I believe that?

Apparently you do. You said you see the evidence all around you, remember?...oh yeah, I forget who I'm talking to. Laugh

"at1with0" wrote: Maybe you shouldn't play guessing games as I've never seen you guess anything right. One thing that's fairly straightforward and easy enough to understand is God's existence. It's nature is many-layered and complex; saying I am confused by God is no more insightful than comparing a 5 year old to Calculus. But at least a 5 year old can understand that there is something, as mystifying as it is, out there called calculus and what its basic nature is.

Yet the greatest scientific minds of our time (Greene, Kaku, Hawking, etc.) can't see it, and these are no imbeciles. I guess you think you're special...

"at1with0" wrote: That pic should be your new avatar.

And the one directly above should be yours.

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February 27, 2011 - 12:57 pm
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What invisible beings are you talking about?

"it is easy to grow crazy"

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February 27, 2011 - 7:56 pm
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Look again. :mrgreen:

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February 27, 2011 - 9:16 pm
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By definition, being "open-minded" to invisible beings of which there is zero proof is silly.

I agree with this statement.

But what invisible beings are you talking about, since I'm sure as hell not talking about anything invisible?

"it is easy to grow crazy"

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February 27, 2011 - 11:23 pm
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The invisible being inside your noggin.

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February 27, 2011 - 11:28 pm
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:clap: If it's invisible how do you know it's there?

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February 28, 2011 - 1:12 am
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Because you said it was there. :crazy:

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