“In no other domain of knowledge is belief without evidence considered a desirable quality.”
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I couldn’t agree more with this quotation. Generally acctepting something as true (such as belief in a supernatural power)or skirting logical analysis I continue to find more common and extremely horrific. Lets at least encourage rational analysis(RA), in a pleasant way. I believe RA should be applied to everything from what is the best coffee maker to the existence of God.remove our heads and live in caves. hmm. Not a bad idea.
Oh great, I love hearing about this god of yours which you don’t believe in enough to tell us what its name is. I’m gonna guess it’s the Muslim god, Allah. Which was clearly created by a guy in Arabia in the 6th century CE.
So clearly you’re wrong, your god WAS created. And you WEREN’T created, you were born. So you’re wrong twice in one sentence.
And you still have ZERO evidence that you’re not suffering delusions.
I am created thru a process called “born”. My God is not created in the 6th century. You may be a little ignorant on the facts of his origin. He exists on his own, that’s it. You are bound for ((((HELL)))) I tell you.
You just denied association with Muhammed. I’d say that makes you not a Muslim.
You can say that about creating things, but deep down you must know that it’s not true. At best it’s changing the meanings of words. But I tend to think that it’s just plain old-fashioned making things up.
Which god do you worship anyway? Not that you actually believe in this god all that much – why on earth would you be afraid of saying its name if you believed in such a thing? Oh, right: “I might insult him,” you’ve said in the past. Your big almighty god might get his feelings hurt. Why would anyone call a being with such a fragile ego a “god” anyway?
When is that? And no, burned toast won’t do. Redefining reality won’t do. And if you’re going to use the Bible as proof of anything – save all our time and don’t bother. One book isn’t proof of anything, unless you have some other source to back it up. (Guess what? There aren’t any.)