Originally posted by Daelume
Atheists simply don't know what they're talking about. Christians are just as bad, believing in a religious view of God when in reality God is just
the pure, infinite, neutral energy/intelligence which includes all existence.
Yeah, life would be much better if we were are as smart and enlightened as you, Daelume.
What exactly has led you to these interesting beliefs? Why do you so cavalierly dismiss atheism and
christianity? What about other religions?
Where is your proof for "hyperspace"? How exactly did you arrive at your intimate knowledge of God? Where's the proof that the UN is involved
with this "horrrendous (sic)
mind-control stunt"? How did you invent the time machine that allowed you to visit Jesus' crucifixion and take
such thorough notes?
And religion is just plain BS. Christianity is a joke.
Unfortunately, so is posting pages of unsubstantiated nonsense. This is supposed to be a civilised discussion - give us your evidence or give us a
break. BTS is the place for rants.
Originally posted by TheBandit795
Einstein, like I said was actually questioning whether he and the whole scientific community were really right or wrong about everything. But he was
one of the very rare ones who was questioning science...
I just can't agree with that, Bandit. To conceal breakthroughs - particularly breakthroughs which fundamentally alter our understanding of things -
is not easy task. I cannot believe that the "scientific establishment" would suppress new information just to preserve the status quo - a status
quo, I might add, which is undergoing constant and significant revision every day.
we were talking about the concrete proof of God and creation theory, I would concede that a small minority of scientists might be tempted to
avoid or contradict the information - but we're not talking about the proof of God, we're talking about a set of theories which describe the way the
universe works. The "proof" of God consists of untested extensions and metaphysical semantic wrangling loosely based
on these theories.
I don't deny that the history of scientific development is stuffed full of some astonishing hubris, and I don't deny these theories are both
interesting and compelling. All I'm saying is that there is nothing here - nothing
- which proves the existence of God. Even if the these
theories are proved and added to the Bumper Big Book Of Science, then the arguments which prove God's existence will still be anchored in metaphysics
As I've said before, and I think CommonSense agreed with, I have no problem with faith. If you want to believe in God just because you do
then that's fine. But the usurpation of science, and the lies and nonsense peddled by these snake-oil salesmen, add nothing to the debate. Surely,
if He created the universe, then He isn't bound it's laws - and if He isn't bound by it's laws, you won't find Him with science.
For me, the argument is concluded thusly: if you can't find Him with science, perhaps He just isn't there