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Re: What do you believe in?

Post by imcrafty on Thu Sep 23, 2010 1:04 am
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No evidence for a flood?? Flood's aren't worldwide. Archaeologists may not be looking in the right area. Also that occured so many thousands of years ago so evidence may have been destroyed.
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Re: What do you believe in?

Post by the0nlyb0ss on Thu Sep 23, 2010 1:19 am
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I'm pretty sure I mentioned that there was proof that the earth was completely sumberged in water at a point in time.
Plus, anything is possible with God, He defies all logic. ;)
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Re: What do you believe in?

Post by fabianhjr on Thu Sep 23, 2010 6:12 am
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Logic eh?
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Re: What do you believe in?

Post by Vulpine on Thu Sep 23, 2010 8:53 am
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the0nlyb0ss wrote:I'm pretty sure I mentioned that there was proof that the earth was completely sumberged in water at a point in time.
Plus, anything is possible with God, He defies all logic. ;)


I appreciate that you're sensible enough to acknowledge that deities defy logic, and therefore science and evidence. Evidence, however, since you bring it up and don't deliver, is what I am curious to see. Regarding your aquatic Earth, that is.
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Re: What do you believe in?

Post by tremor77 on Thu Sep 23, 2010 10:01 am
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Existence is merely a fig newton of your imagination.
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Re: What do you believe in?

Post by the0nlyb0ss on Fri Sep 24, 2010 8:52 pm
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Re: What do you believe in?

Post by sanddbox on Fri Sep 24, 2010 10:46 pm
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Linking pure bullshit (really, the Earth is 6000 years? Have you even read some of the [censored] they spew in that site?) as an argument...well, isn't an argument. However, you've already agreed it's not logical, barring any need for further discussion.

@imcrafty - So you agree that there was no worldwide flood? I'll make sure to note that for later use, seeing as how you're catholic :P
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Re: What do you believe in?

Post by the0nlyb0ss on Fri Sep 24, 2010 11:37 pm
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Woah. Didn't even see that. I skipped down straight to the evidence which seemed pretty legitimate to me.
On a side note i really don't understand why people say the Earth is only several thousand years old (6000 in this case).The 7 days God took to create the world weren't meant to be taken literally. God doesn't have time or place, so that "one day" could have been millions of years.
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Re: What do you believe in?

Post by Goatboy on Sat Sep 25, 2010 3:23 am
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the0nlyb0ss wrote:Woah. Didn't even see that. I skipped down straight to the evidence which seemed pretty legitimate to me.
On a side note i really don't understand why people say the Earth is only several thousand years old (6000 in this case).The 7 days God took to create the world weren't meant to be taken literally. God doesn't have time or place, so that "one day" could have been millions of years.

Why is it that many Christians are able to interpret the Bible in this way, yet others say you must take the word of God in the literal sense? I find that not the least bit logical. Either all of it is literal, or all of it is metaphorical.
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Re: What do you believe in?

Post by the0nlyb0ss on Sat Sep 25, 2010 9:41 pm
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Goatboy wrote:the Bible

There are many different forms of Christianity as we all know, and some of them believe in the word of the entire Bible, whereas (I don't know for sure :? ) Orthodoxy focuses mostly on the New Testament and the life of Jesus. I think :? :? that we don't take much from the Old Testament because that was meant as God's word for the Jews?
Again, honestly I know I'm going to lose this argument lol, I'm not very religious anyway as it is :P
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