15th January 2010

“The real test for genuine belief is not what people say, but what they do. To believe something is to be disposed to act upon it. The vast majority of Western Christians fail this test.”

Jamie Whyte

63 Responses to “15th January 2010”

  1. solomon Says:

    Dear Hypatia,

    Don’t try to bullshit me. And who create the Hydrogen??

  2. solomon Says:

    Dear enough is enough,

    You have just visited here & you have the boastful attitude to simply accusing me being rude or disrespectful. If not for the responds to most of you lots who have not being respectful at the first place. I don’t care a damn for what you claim as intellectual. Your lots did’nt even give one conclusive respond to most of my questions. That’s what you call intellectual. The words intellectual only comes from your mouth, not from your head. And it is yet to be challenged before it is proven. I don’t have the time to read the rest of your accusations.Enough is enough!

  3. CaptainZero1969 Says:

    chirp…chirp…chirp…Chirp…

  4. Greg Says:

    That’s a good girl, Solomon. Keep braying. The more you write, the more you look foolish.

    FYI, just because I’ve not posted before does not mean I have not visited this site or have followed the conversation in the past. How unintelligent of you to assume that. How typically narrow-minded of you.

    As usual.

    One final thing: you have time to continually post nonsense, but no time to read coherent criticism of it? Yep, that pretty much explains why your “intelligence” has flat-lined…..

  5. solomon Says:

    Dear Greg Says,

    Who cares about your description of intelligence.

    Believers=intelligence gifted by god

    Atheists=blindly following fools

  6. Hypatia Says:

    And who create the Hydrogen?

    Hydrogen is the simplest possible form of matter. Is doesn’t need creating – it’s either there or not.

    A god on the other hand is a highly complex entity which can’t just spring into existence by itself.

  7. solomon Says:

    ‘Hydrogen is the simplest possible form of matter. Is doesn’t need creating – it’s either there or not.’
    Create one if you say its simple.
    What a bullshit statement.I could also say.
    That chair is a very simple form of design.Is doesn’t need creating – it’s either there or not.’

    Who cares what you make up of gods existence.How many times do I have to explain god is comparable to nothing.

  8. solomon Says:

    Dear Hypatia,

    ‘Hydrogen is the simplest possible form of matter. Is doesn’t need creating – it’s either there or not.’
    Create one if you say its simple.
    What a bullshit statement.I could also say.
    That chair is a very simple form of design.Is doesn’t need creating – it’s either there or not.’

    Who cares what you make up of gods existence.How many times do I have to explain god is comparable to nothing.

  9. Hypatia Says:

    solomon:

    That chair is a very simple form of design.Is doesn’t need creating

    C’mon solomon – surely you can do better than that?

    Tell me how a complex god can come into existence on it’s own whilst the simplest form of matter in the universe can’t?

  10. steve Says:

    OK.

    I have reconsidered.

    I was not being grumpy.

    Admin sees more ‘hits’ when we respond, which is good for the site.

    Sol and tech are obvious trolls.

    I will no longer address their idiocy.

    QOTD, goodbye – for a while.

  11. solomon Says:

    Dear steve,

    You can bid farewell for good.

  12. solomon Says:

    Dear Hypatia,

    Its not my job to tell how a complex god can come into existence on it’s own. The knowledge is gods secret. Shhh….its gods secret. shh….

  13. Hypatia Says:

    Shhh….its gods secret. shh….

    That’s just childish Solomon. You’re evading a very significant point – that the spontaneous appearance of a complex god is impossible.