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    No I don't think he does, judging by what else he...

    Excreationist does. They're just explaining the video moron's probable reasoning.[/QUOTE]

    No I don't think he does, judging by what else he writes about evolution and simulations.

    Agreement or...
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    Here, let a skeptic ask the questions: 1. Why...

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    Here, let a skeptic ask the questions:

    1. Why wouldn't it want to be known?

    2. Are any of these alleged messages actually from a god and how do you know they are?

    3. The problem...
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    Do you see the problem with that line of...

    There is some Satanic conspiracy therefore God and hell are real so to escape hell you need to accept Jesus....[/QUOTE]


    Do you see the problem with that line of reasoning?
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    Ah, I'm surprised. Sometimes I get the impression...

    One of the better deliveries I've seen about consciousness:

    ....

    It's 18 minutes long but covers all the bases. Well worth the 18 minutes.[/QUOTE]

    Ah, I'm surprised. Sometimes I get the...
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    I found an article that describes the...

    I found an article that describes the psychological process on display in the video:...
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    God doesn't become a reasonable hypothesis based...

    God doesn't become a reasonable hypothesis based on something like the KCA anyway. "Want to see me REASON that God exists? Well, here... the KCA!"

    That can never be a convincing demonstration of...
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    Is God a something real though? The cartoon...

    Is God a something real though? The cartoon blatantly shows how theists are ok with taking quick-n-easy opinions as knowing.

    "Theists agree that God is real". Gosh, what a profound insight....
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    It's silly that the poem is presented at all (in...

    I read this poem in grade school in Kansas.

    The poem was presented as complete, but the final stanza had been removed.[/QUOTE]

    It's silly that the poem is presented at all (in whole or in...
  9. Depends on what it is supposed to symbolize. If...

    How do you know there’s an elephant, Lion? This cartoon implies that someone, (you?) can see what all the others cannot.
    According to this cartoon, there is no proof that an elephant exists. No...
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    "Arguing over". And "we do not know Him". ...

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    "Arguing over". And "we do not know Him".

    This, I think, is what atheists find to be a problem with going on about God's inscrutability. As Saxe put it: theists "tread on in utter...
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    Here are the final verses summing up John Godfrey...

    Here are the final verses summing up John Godfrey Saxe's poem:


    "And so these men of Indostan, disputed loud and long,
    each in his own opinion, exceeding stiff and strong,
    Though each was...
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    I'm not clear... just what exactly is your point?...

    I'm not clear... just what exactly is your point?

    Let's go back to the original context, about how "[theists] can say whatever [they] please about an entity that's dead, invisible, imaginary,...
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    29169 Joe Christian: "But the elephant itself...

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    Joe Christian: "But the elephant itself is Jehovah, the REAL ONE!"
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    Nobody in those quotes is talking about an...

    Nobody in those quotes is talking about an indemonstrable entity. Their subjects are the universe, computing ability, atomic clocks. These are known to exist. God is not.

    You've done exactly what...
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    Also, by arguing, some theists find the weak...

    Also, by arguing, some theists find the weak spots in their EoG arguments. Then, instead of wondering "maybe the belief is false", they work at trying to make the argument watertight by whatever...
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    f) supernatural

    f) supernatural
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    Are you trying to describe the traditional...

    Are you trying to describe the traditional religions, or a postmodern religion like Syntheism?

    Maybe you're prescribing what moderns 'should' do with religion: they 'should' use it for...
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    I not only did not call you a troll, I don't...

    I not only did not call you a troll, I don't think of you as a troll. You were interceding for remez, I think, so your little intercession refers back to him.
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    Trolling (ie, incessantly goading people) for 5...

    Trolling (ie, incessantly goading people) for 5 years is not acceptable.
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    False. [removed] False. [removed] ...

    Well…

    Let’s investigate…..abaddon see’s something he has never seen before... [/QUOTE]
    False. [removed]


    False. [removed]


    False. Nothing I said implies this. [removed]
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    And talking about circularity... Fantasists...

    And talking about circularity...

    Fantasists (theists) say that eternal can mean timeless (cuz it's fun making shit up). So someone adds that usage into a dictionary. Then when the fantasists need...
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    Or explain why the case for the premise isn't...

    Or explain why the case for the premise isn't convincing. Alternatives that are not less reasonable than the KCA are good enough, they don't have to be better and to "defeat" it. "Not less...
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    Everywhere I've worked had rules, and I...

    Everywhere I've worked had rules, and I considered some to be unethical but obeyed because of consequences. I was judging by something else than what's "socially promoted" because I'm not a...
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    I think you'd be right to say that. Don't mix...

    I think you'd be right to say that.

    Don't mix up the people and what they do. It's the humans that have morals. Science is an indifferent tool. The methodology that includes fraud-detection isn't...
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    Can you explain it to me? I know how to...

    Can you explain it to me?

    I know how to understand the linked article, and read it. I understand it to mean there has been some sexism in scientific circles. So, I understand the information in...
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