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Originally posted by Fromabove
Could I just interject here ? Christians, when discussing scriptures with atheists remember that scripture is spiritually discerned and so they do not understand it. However, what they like to do is to wear you down and weary you with endless disputations to keep you running on the treadmill until you are tired out.
How about keeping it on point as the OP started by asking atheists why they only prefer attacking Christianity and not Islam or some other religion.
Atheists, feel free to point me to your anti Islam threads anytime so I can read them. Thanks.
Originally posted by Conclusion
That is a truth. They do not understand. Why continue to argue about it? They will see soon enough. It's hard to impart wisdom to the unwise. I guess they can ask God themselves someday. I am sure he can get the point across.
God created imperfect beings because only he is perfect, anything perfect by definition would also be God
He doesn't want slaves
Hell isn't His rejection of us, it is our rejection of Him
enter into His glory at death.
God explicitly told them not to touch.
Salvation required ritual sacrifice
The people of Egypt were complicit with Pharaoh and his actions towards the Israelites.
We don't have the wisdom of the Creator
Originally posted by FraternitasSaturni
Christians! Why atheists? Oh wait... you guys have picked and continue to pick on anyone that doesnt follow your doctrine...
I'm sorry, my bad... I was sure I had something tho...
Anyway thanks for your time.
why pick on the christians?
Originally posted by sirnex
reply to post by faceoff85
It's like your demanding God and Jesus to both go back on their word because you don't agree with the few bad things God allows.
Atheism is lack of belief of any god, ...
... and that disagrees with all the religions.
Mind if I ask where you found other definitions for it then?
Agnosticism is the belief that we don't have the ability to firmly determine the existence or non-existence of deities.