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Banning prayer in schools is lead to America's demise.
Posted 8/16/16 , edited 8/16/16

Senjougahara_Hitagi wrote:


Azver wrote:


Senjougahara_Hitagi wrote:

Why do you keep posting this religious stuff? Literally all it does is cause trouble and make you seem like a troll, which I think you are. You are acting like someone from the Crusades. I hope one day 100% of the world population is atheist.


Agnostic.

Atheist, especially as of late, seem to act as if they know something that cannot be known. And knowledge of that which cannot be known or proven, where have we seen this elsewhere, I believe we had a name for that...


You're right. There's no way to prove it either way. I guess Agnostic would be better.


That's not how faith works, hon. Think about it some more, mmkay?

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Posted 8/16/16

Azver wrote:


Senjougahara_Hitagi wrote:

Why do you keep posting this religious stuff? Literally all it does is cause trouble and make you seem like a troll, which I think you are. You are acting like someone from the Crusades. I hope one day 100% of the world population is atheist.


Agnostic.

Atheist, especially as of late, seem to act as if they know something that cannot be known. And knowledge of that which cannot be known or proven, where have we seen this elsewhere, I believe we had a name for that...

Actually, the atheistic line of thinking is more appropriate to a science-minded individual. The null hypothesis of the god debate is that "There is no god."
Posted 8/16/16

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Senjougahara_Hitagi wrote:

Why do you keep posting this religious stuff? Literally all it does is cause trouble and make you seem like a troll, which I think you are. You are acting like someone from the Crusades. I hope one day 100% of the world population is atheist.


Agnostic.

Atheist, especially as of late, seem to act as if they know something that cannot be known. And knowledge of that which cannot be known or proven, where have we seen this elsewhere, I believe we had a name for that...

Actually, the atheistic line of thinking is more appropriate to a science-minded individual. The null hypothesis of the god debate is that "There is no god."


You mean narrow-minded, don't you? It works both ways, if I recall.
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You mean narrow-minded, don't you? It works both ways, if I recall.


Says the person who literally just scoffed at a Pagan for doing the thing you want going on in schools at a government meeting.
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That's not how faith works, hon. Think about it some more, mmkay?


I've changed my mind, I have faith that Satan exists and is greater than God. (And or jesus)
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"I can't wrap my head around complex ideas, therefore God."
Posted 8/16/16

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"I can't wrap my head around complex ideas, therefore God."


Its really simple. Believe, or don't.
Posted 8/16/16

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VerdantHills wrote:

You mean narrow-minded, don't you? It works both ways, if I recall.


Says the person who literally just scoffed at a Pagan for doing the thing you want going on in schools at a government meeting.


It is my duty as a Christian to reject false religions. That is in accordance with my faith as a Christian.
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It is my duty as a Christian to reject false religions. That is in accordance with my faith as a Christian.

http://www.logicalfallacies.info/presumption/begging-the-question/
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VerdantHills wrote:

It is my duty as a Christian to reject false religions. That is in accordance with my faith as a Christian.

http://www.logicalfallacies.info/presumption/begging-the-question/


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Posted 8/16/16 , edited 8/16/16

XxDarkSasuxX wrote:


VerdantHills wrote:

It is my duty as a Christian to reject false religions. That is in accordance with my faith as a Christian.

http://www.logicalfallacies.info/presumption/begging-the-question/


So? It might be the one fallacy that in this case happens to be true. What logic man has created is of man, what God says is infallible. God is perfect. You are not. Something to think about!
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VerdantHills wrote:


XxDarkSasuxX wrote:


VerdantHills wrote:

It is my duty as a Christian to reject false religions. That is in accordance with my faith as a Christian.

http://www.logicalfallacies.info/presumption/begging-the-question/


So? It might be the one fallacy that in this case happens to be true. What logic man has created is of man, what God says is infallible. Something to think about!


If man created logic, and God created man, then didn't God create logic?
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Senjougahara_Hitagi wrote:


XxDarkSasuxX wrote:


VerdantHills wrote:

It is my duty as a Christian to reject false religions. That is in accordance with my faith as a Christian.

http://www.logicalfallacies.info/presumption/begging-the-question/


How does one determine if someone is a true Christian? "Did somebody say THE ONE TRUUUUU SCOTSMAN" - PaulsEgo



Paul is great.
Posted 8/16/16 , edited 8/17/16

Senjougahara_Hitagi wrote:

If man created logic, and God created man, then didn't God create logic?


If you believe that then so be it. Thats on you.
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