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I don’t believe in God, I KNOW God exist!!! Its not even a question, it’s a statement of fact.
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Originally posted by tonypazzo
another one who believes in fairy tales. religious texts are allegorical. there was no "devil" trying to overthrow "god". look into the symbolism of these stories.
Originally posted by Toadmund
Congratulations OP, you with your questioning are on your way to becoming an agnostic/atheist like me and wishing for a time when life still had mystical meaning and meant more than it does now....
The Universe is my god, it created me and I know it's real, it is mindless and does not care, it just does what it does. It creates, it destroys.
Sounds like a god to me.
Originally posted by misinformational
You do well in discussing examples of biblical logical fallacy (as well as propaganda).
Within the first 1/2 of the OP you illustrate why the the bible may not be trusted as a source of divine wisdom.
However, you continue the OP by providing a prophecy that you interpreted from this very same religious scripture. How, pray tell, are you able to give credence to the very same literature that you discredit as a manipulative means for power and control?
...So, why do you continue to search for relevance in a book that you already believe to be propaganda? That to me seems a logical fallacy in itself.
I do applaud your logical approach to Christian dogma and text. However, it is for this that I question your search for wisdom in the same.
doesn't mean our concepts of what equals reality is where we should stop our reasoning.
Those who don't believe in anything other then themselves will never sit down and read anything they automatically reject because it forces them to consider things outside their extremely selfish universal view
Originally posted by something wicked
I flicked through this until I found the OP had used Independence day as a way to confirm his/her beliefs. Oh dear. And then the Merongovian bloodline, wow, do we have a budding script writer on our hands?