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PolyCarp
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2/7/2015 6:57:26 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
www.proofthatgodexists.org
"Perhaps the atheist cannot find God for the same reason the thief cannot find a policeman"

--G.K Chesterton
ChristianPunk
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2/7/2015 7:06:20 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 2/7/2015 6:57:26 PM, PolyCarp wrote:
www.proofthatgodexists.org

Sye Ten Bruggencate is somebody who is lazy to debate and would rather hijack everything to create his rise of fascism. He's Christian Hitler basically. He even opposes the American democracy that gives us free speech and would rather that America becomes a Christian Theocracy. Oh and he is very close minded towards other Christians.
dee-em
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2/7/2015 7:25:13 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 2/7/2015 6:57:26 PM, PolyCarp wrote:
www.proofthatgodexists.org

Fallacious logic.

I clicked on "I don't know if absolute truth exists or not".

It then gave me a choice of "Absolutely true" or "False".

I couldn't click on either since absolute truth was defined as "being true for all people everywhere" and my first response was specific to me and me only.

That's a fail.
Fatihah: It's like your mother making spaghetti and after you taste it and don't like it, you say "well my mom must not exist". Not because their is no logical evidence but because she doesn't do what you want.
Envisage
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2/7/2015 7:36:27 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
Presuppositional apologetics - the single most embarrassing, asinine and contemptible form of argumentation for God.
Mhykiel
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2/7/2015 11:45:17 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 2/7/2015 7:36:27 PM, Envisage wrote:
Presuppositional apologetics - the single most embarrassing, asinine and contemptible form of argumentation for God.

I don't know. Isn't it like arguing completeness of the real numbers axiom to be true?