posted on Sep, 11 2010 @ 05:32 AM
You should have stayed with 'faith' as your basis, even if this implies, that your possibilities for missioning will be greatly reduced. 34.000
different types of 'christian faith', often competing with each other for supremacy, make any delieveries of ultimate truth seem ridiculous.
But still, you would have been safer with faith, than when you venture into the special branch of weird pseudo-logic, so beloved by 'christians'.
But you asked for it:
1/ To my knowledge the great kaboom hasn't happened yet; I'm sure, I would have noticed it. A prophecy about anything is not EVIDENCE of anything,
until the prophecy has turned out to be true. And as prophecies go, there are thirteen a dozen. E.g. have 'christians' for two thousand years
regularly prophesied the second coming, and nothing has happened yet.
This rather disproves 'christianity' than proves it.
2/ And taking up 'intelligent design' as a pro-'christian' argument again, is not only sad, it's pathetic. The religious hypothesis of
'intelligent design' is first of all hijacked and twisted scientific information. The semantics is lousy in a religious context, where it could just
as well have been 'intentional blunder'.
Last, but not least, EVEN if 'intelligent design' (in a religious context), against all common sense turns out to be true, why should this 'prove'
'christianity'? There is a handful of religious candidates far above 'christianity' on the list, making maps of 'reality' more in accordance
with an alleged 'intelligent design'.
3/ JesusisTruth also seems to have some special and hidden qualifications as an interpretator of 'god's' words. Why don't you shoot it out with
the OTHER christians first, so the victor can emerge as THE authorized and only megaphone of 'god'. It would make it easier for the rest of us if
the cacaphonic babble of an internally fighting christianity could be silent for once, instead of the soapbox oration: "This way...no, no ....this
Many 'christians' present a total lack of knowledge, common sense or intellect. The fight with all means for a monopoly; they start whining, when
their privileges are threatened; they consider themselves a spiritiual elite. They are intolerant, ever fighting competition. And as with their
'god' many 'christians' suffer from the paranoia/megalomania syndrom.
And 'christians' wonder, why they are mocked??
We can add lack of introspection to their shortcomings.
Even if I'm on the political right myself (and also not an atheist), I find more meaning in what a hardcore-commie has to say, than in what is coming
out of the christian bubble of self-ascertained illusions.