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kohai
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9/24/2011 4:13:20 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Hey guys, if you are a Christian, I would love for you to respond to my blog http://counterapologetics.blogspot.com...

I'm especially interested in the challenge section.
1) Whatever has contradictory attributes does not exist.
2) The Biblical God has contradictory attributes.
3) Therefore, the Biblical God does not exist
000ike
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9/24/2011 4:16:50 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
Do you believe in the POSSIBILITY of the existence of a higher power, or is your blog and all your debates essentially just an attack on the Bible? Which, in actuality, disproves very little.
"A stupid despot may constrain his slaves with iron chains; but a true politician binds them even more strongly with the chain of their own ideas" - Michel Foucault
kohai
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9/24/2011 4:19:57 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 9/24/2011 4:16:50 PM, 000ike wrote:
Do you believe in the POSSIBILITY of the existence of a higher power, or is your blog and all your debates essentially just an attack on the Bible? Which, in actuality, disproves very little.

Do I believe in the possibility? Sure, it is possible.

Why don't you respond to what I have written?
1) Whatever has contradictory attributes does not exist.
2) The Biblical God has contradictory attributes.
3) Therefore, the Biblical God does not exist
000ike
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9/24/2011 4:20:39 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 9/24/2011 4:19:57 PM, kohai wrote:
At 9/24/2011 4:16:50 PM, 000ike wrote:
Do you believe in the POSSIBILITY of the existence of a higher power, or is your blog and all your debates essentially just an attack on the Bible? Which, in actuality, disproves very little.

Do I believe in the possibility? Sure, it is possible.
Oh, okay.

Why don't you respond to what I have written?
Because, I agree for the most part.
"A stupid despot may constrain his slaves with iron chains; but a true politician binds them even more strongly with the chain of their own ideas" - Michel Foucault
kohai
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9/24/2011 4:23:15 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 9/24/2011 4:20:39 PM, 000ike wrote:
At 9/24/2011 4:19:57 PM, kohai wrote:
At 9/24/2011 4:16:50 PM, 000ike wrote:
Do you believe in the POSSIBILITY of the existence of a higher power, or is your blog and all your debates essentially just an attack on the Bible? Which, in actuality, disproves very little.

Do I believe in the possibility? Sure, it is possible.
Oh, okay.

Why don't you respond to what I have written?
Because, I agree for the most part.

Ah, so you agree. I believe in the possibility of a higher power, but do not believe in the possiblity of the Judeo-Christian God. (Thought I would elaborate).

For a moment, I thought you actually disagreed with what I write.
1) Whatever has contradictory attributes does not exist.
2) The Biblical God has contradictory attributes.
3) Therefore, the Biblical God does not exist
Gileandos
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9/24/2011 7:48:14 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
The most recent post pointing to the contradictions is kind of humurous to a Biblical Scholar.

The first example is the 2 Samuel verses.

Michal was married twice. The context of the first citation is that she did not bear a child for King David. She bore him no children and thus no heir came from her line.

She was married previously to another man and thus she had five children to the previous marriage.

We know this because the author is not pointing out in anyway that those five children were royalty or ever discussed in surrounding texts as Children of David.

***
The other "contradictions" are just more of the same.
I find it humorous as these are just poor scholarship.
Where did you source these contradictions? Which Athiestic website?
DetectableNinja
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9/24/2011 7:50:13 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 9/24/2011 7:48:14 PM, Gileandos wrote:
The most recent post pointing to the contradictions is kind of humurous to a Biblical Scholar.

The first example is the 2 Samuel verses.

Michal was married twice. The context of the first citation is that she did not bear a child for King David. She bore him no children and thus no heir came from her line.

She was married previously to another man and thus she had five children to the previous marriage.

We know this because the author is not pointing out in anyway that those five children were royalty or ever discussed in surrounding texts as Children of David.

***
The other "contradictions" are just more of the same.
I find it humorous as these are just poor scholarship.
Where did you source these contradictions? Which Athiestic website?

Could you explain where Cain and Abel's wives came from?
Think'st thou heaven is such a glorious thing?
I tell thee, 'tis not half so fair as thou
Or any man that breathes on earth.

- Christopher Marlowe, Doctor Faustus
000ike
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9/24/2011 7:52:07 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 9/24/2011 7:48:14 PM, Gileandos wrote:
The most recent post pointing to the contradictions is kind of humurous to a Biblical Scholar.

The first example is the 2 Samuel verses.

Michal was married twice. The context of the first citation is that she did not bear a child for King David. She bore him no children and thus no heir came from her line.

She was married previously to another man and thus she had five children to the previous marriage.

We know this because the author is not pointing out in anyway that those five children were royalty or ever discussed in surrounding texts as Children of David.

***
The other "contradictions" are just more of the same.
I find it humorous as these are just poor scholarship.
Where did you source these contradictions? Which Athiestic website?

The most humorous argument of all is the convoluted and stammering Biblical defense provided by overzealous Christians.
"A stupid despot may constrain his slaves with iron chains; but a true politician binds them even more strongly with the chain of their own ideas" - Michel Foucault
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9/24/2011 7:53:56 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 9/24/2011 7:50:13 PM, DetectableNinja wrote:
At 9/24/2011 7:48:14 PM, Gileandos wrote:
The most recent post pointing to the contradictions is kind of humurous to a Biblical Scholar.

The first example is the 2 Samuel verses.

Michal was married twice. The context of the first citation is that she did not bear a child for King David. She bore him no children and thus no heir came from her line.

She was married previously to another man and thus she had five children to the previous marriage.

We know this because the author is not pointing out in anyway that those five children were royalty or ever discussed in surrounding texts as Children of David.

***
The other "contradictions" are just more of the same.
I find it humorous as these are just poor scholarship.
Where did you source these contradictions? Which Athiestic website?

Could you explain where Cain and Abel's wives came from?

(Devil's advocate)

Adam and Eve's daughters. DNA was not "corrupted" at the time so there were no negative side effects of incest.
DetectableNinja
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9/24/2011 8:20:31 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 9/24/2011 7:53:56 PM, Wnope wrote:
At 9/24/2011 7:50:13 PM, DetectableNinja wrote:
At 9/24/2011 7:48:14 PM, Gileandos wrote:
The most recent post pointing to the contradictions is kind of humurous to a Biblical Scholar.

The first example is the 2 Samuel verses.

Michal was married twice. The context of the first citation is that she did not bear a child for King David. She bore him no children and thus no heir came from her line.

She was married previously to another man and thus she had five children to the previous marriage.

We know this because the author is not pointing out in anyway that those five children were royalty or ever discussed in surrounding texts as Children of David.

***
The other "contradictions" are just more of the same.
I find it humorous as these are just poor scholarship.
Where did you source these contradictions? Which Athiestic website?

Could you explain where Cain and Abel's wives came from?

(Devil's advocate)

Adam and Eve's daughters. DNA was not "corrupted" at the time so there were no negative side effects of incest.

The thing is is that no daughters were ever mentioned in the bible.
Think'st thou heaven is such a glorious thing?
I tell thee, 'tis not half so fair as thou
Or any man that breathes on earth.

- Christopher Marlowe, Doctor Faustus
Gileandos
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9/24/2011 8:20:51 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 9/24/2011 7:53:56 PM, Wnope wrote:
At 9/24/2011 7:50:13 PM, DetectableNinja wrote:
At 9/24/2011 7:48:14 PM, Gileandos wrote:
The most recent post pointing to the contradictions is kind of humurous to a Biblical Scholar.

The first example is the 2 Samuel verses.

Michal was married twice. The context of the first citation is that she did not bear a child for King David. She bore him no children and thus no heir came from her line.

She was married previously to another man and thus she had five children to the previous marriage.

We know this because the author is not pointing out in anyway that those five children were royalty or ever discussed in surrounding texts as Children of David.

***
The other "contradictions" are just more of the same.
I find it humorous as these are just poor scholarship.
Where did you source these contradictions? Which Athiestic website?

Could you explain where Cain and Abel's wives came from?

(Devil's advocate)

Adam and Eve's daughters. DNA was not "corrupted" at the time so there were no negative side effects of incest.

This is the traditional viewpoint. The Talmud actually even directly states it was Cain and Abel's siblings. As you will notice that the culture always valued the male predominately and focus is on the male. To disregard a discussion on the female is not a serious concern for a textual critic.

There are also many other theories that abound... but not stating where they come from does not create an important problem for even the lay Christian. Christianity has never totered over the issue.
Contradiction
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9/24/2011 9:09:14 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
"Just for the record, I challenged myself to this---and failed! Here are the rules:

You must not contradict other scripture;
You must not add or remove anything from scripture;
It must be logical; and
Must be your original work"


Oh the irony.
Calvincambridge
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9/24/2011 9:49:34 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 9/24/2011 7:50:13 PM, DetectableNinja wrote:
At 9/24/2011 7:48:14 PM, Gileandos wrote:
The most recent post pointing to the contradictions is kind of humurous to a Biblical Scholar.

The first example is the 2 Samuel verses.

Michal was married twice. The context of the first citation is that she did not bear a child for King David. She bore him no children and thus no heir came from her line.

She was married previously to another man and thus she had five children to the previous marriage.

We know this because the author is not pointing out in anyway that those five children were royalty or ever discussed in surrounding texts as Children of David.

***
The other "contradictions" are just more of the same.
I find it humorous as these are just poor scholarship.
Where did you source these contradictions? Which Athiestic website?

Could you explain where Cain and Abel's wives came from?

Adam and eves other children.
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kohai
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9/24/2011 9:56:15 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 9/24/2011 9:49:34 PM, Calvincambridge wrote:
At 9/24/2011 7:50:13 PM, DetectableNinja wrote:
At 9/24/2011 7:48:14 PM, Gileandos wrote:
The most recent post pointing to the contradictions is kind of humurous to a Biblical Scholar.

The first example is the 2 Samuel verses.

Michal was married twice. The context of the first citation is that she did not bear a child for King David. She bore him no children and thus no heir came from her line.

She was married previously to another man and thus she had five children to the previous marriage.

We know this because the author is not pointing out in anyway that those five children were royalty or ever discussed in surrounding texts as Children of David.

***
The other "contradictions" are just more of the same.
I find it humorous as these are just poor scholarship.
Where did you source these contradictions? Which Athiestic website?

Could you explain where Cain and Abel's wives came from?

Adam and eves other children.

I thought incense is a sin...
1) Whatever has contradictory attributes does not exist.
2) The Biblical God has contradictory attributes.
3) Therefore, the Biblical God does not exist
Davididit
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9/25/2011 1:41:57 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
What do you want us to respond to? Some of the stuff you've posted has already been dealt with in debates. Almost everything you post is adapted from infidels. I might as well go talk to the atheists on there :P
Wnope
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9/25/2011 2:37:35 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 9/24/2011 8:20:31 PM, DetectableNinja wrote:
At 9/24/2011 7:53:56 PM, Wnope wrote:
At 9/24/2011 7:50:13 PM, DetectableNinja wrote:
At 9/24/2011 7:48:14 PM, Gileandos wrote:
The most recent post pointing to the contradictions is kind of humurous to a Biblical Scholar.

The first example is the 2 Samuel verses.

Michal was married twice. The context of the first citation is that she did not bear a child for King David. She bore him no children and thus no heir came from her line.

She was married previously to another man and thus she had five children to the previous marriage.

We know this because the author is not pointing out in anyway that those five children were royalty or ever discussed in surrounding texts as Children of David.

***
The other "contradictions" are just more of the same.
I find it humorous as these are just poor scholarship.
Where did you source these contradictions? Which Athiestic website?

Could you explain where Cain and Abel's wives came from?

(Devil's advocate)

Adam and Eve's daughters. DNA was not "corrupted" at the time so there were no negative side effects of incest.

The thing is is that no daughters were ever mentioned in the bible.

If I were you, I'd be more curious as to, after Cain killed Abel, who gave birth to the people who saw Cain wandering around with that mark on his head?