Did Yaweh create the cosmos?
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i have a box that i give to you ,inside this box i say there is a zebra you open the box and say "i see no zebra "
i tell you that the zebra is invisible after that you put your hand in the box and state "i cannot feel the zebra" well ok then i tell you that the zebra is also intangible ..well how does it fit in the box? its also microscopic . its a microscopic invisible intangible zebra . you ask me how you are supposed to believe me .. its because it talks to me ...i want you to believe me because the zebra talked to me and only i can hear it.
this is religion
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Vote Placed by jdtroughton 3 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Nothing Pro stated constituted a reason for god, merely a reason for something yet to be defined. That it need to be an Abrahamic deity (especially given Pro's oft-stated appreciation for logic) does not logically follow. Carl Sagan's dragon (or boxed zebra, as it were), was thoroughly unrefuted, and the inability of Pro to recognize the overwhelming similarities between this zebra and god constitute a much better argument on Con's behalf. I couldn't really find another worthy argument between them in the whole debate. Pro types better, so here's a piece of candy. No exemplary conduct either way. While no sources were cited, I know the subject well enough to say Con AT LEAST used Dawkins and Sagan (the examples given were nearly verbatim from these writers), while Pro only really seems to have the Bible, and those who just can't seem to accept its fallibility, and as sources; so point Con.
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