posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 01:58 PM
"Y2KJMan was saying how there are 50,000 true answers in religion so that would indicate that science has the one true answer. Why else would he
point a fallacy in religion when science has the same fallacy?"
Well actually it was me bringing '50.000 religious answers' up originally (not Y2KJMan) and there was no mention of any of them being ultimate
truths (quite the contrary) and there was no mention of science having any ultimate answers either.
I'm quite sure, that it would make communication easier, if you READ the posts before commenting on them. If you also could remember who wrote what,
it would be even better.
You also wrote:
"So you missed the part about science where they invented nuclear weapons? Virus'? guns? warplanes? ICBM's?"
Aaah, getting wisely christian rhetoric now, aren't we?
No, I didn't miss it, but I can't see how this relates to christianity's killing millions before modern science was even thought of, or how
'science' was brought into it all. Except ofcourse, that you by misquoting me wanted to score a debate point. You certainly are a very clever
person, who can make such elegant traps.
I said in my post to Y2KJMan thusly: " Seen from a rational and logical perspective, your (religious) beliefs ARE undoubtly inferior to secular
ones." I didn't especially point to science, because I find the 'satanic science' debate rather moronic.
But I'll still stay with my opinion, that christian beliefs are inferior in a RATIONAL and LOGIC perspective. You get it this time? (In case this is
beyond you, what's rational about a 6.000 year old geocentric universe????)
Furthermore you enlightened us:
"It isn't a smokescreen it is the truth. Jesus said:..........."
You really so bad off, that you don't know what circle-argumentation IS? Sorry, I'll not even try to waste my time on explaining it to you. For
further communication I can cite any old holy book of my choice and you can use your book. An approach which certainly will commend christianity to
non-believers, who only are waiting for a chance to be saved through listening to a selfcontradictory bunch of non-sense which is true, because it
says it's true.
Concerning liberals you wrote:
" But they don't hold ultimate power now do they? They hold little power to that region and they have a short history for you to draw any conclusion
"They" (=liberals) don't hold ultimate power. That's the whole idea of liberalism. Whereas ultimate power is the political system examplified by
all fascists ideologies (amongst them christian theocracy).
Your further comments about individual spirituality I can ofcourse only agree with. That's part of the inclusive liberal system, but if you had read
this thread from the start, instead of jumping in somewhere from halfread posts, you would have noticed, that the OP topic was about social contexts
and social consequences of christian missionary or invasive attitudes. Not your personal spiritual life, which may be interesting for some people, but
not for me as a posting opponent.