6th November 2011, 01:57
6th November 2011, 01:59
6th November 2011, 02:01
(6th November 2011, 01:59)moslim Wrote:(6th November 2011, 01:57)Darwinian Wrote:
In what sense is it not complete? The ancient Greeks didn't seem to have any problems believing it.
moslim, having 100 or 1000 or 1,000,000 descriptive adjectives to describe your god doesn't in any way provide evidence for his existence. A person can stand there and tell me 100 different complimenting words for air .. "it's good, it's clean, its refreshing, it's vital, it's purifying"..and so on, but if I didn't know there was solid scientific repeatable tests that I could do to show that air existed then all the fancy descriptive words in the universe wouldn't convince me otherwise.
"When did I realize I was God? Well, I was praying and I suddenly realized I was talking to myself." Peter O'Toole.
6th November 2011, 02:23
Mal Kiever Online:no
Jay1982:Muhammad peace be upon him told us he does not lie
6th November 2011, 02:28
My actual understanding and logic told me Muhammad is full of shit.
6th November 2011, 02:29
Darwinian:There are problems for those looking
6th November 2011, 02:33
That will never hold up in court...
6th November 2011, 02:39
"It could be a miracle. It could be bullshit. The one thing we do know for sure is that it's a goddamn goldmine." - Frank, from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
6th November 2011, 02:39 (This post was last modified: 6th November 2011, 02:41 by Jörmungandr.)
Bah. I do believe in god, just not your god, and therein lies the rub.
Why do we believe or not believe in (a) god?
It has more to do with what Heiddegger termed "thrownness" — we are born into a stream of causality which, neither atheist nor theist has control.
That's simply the way the cosmic dice were thrown.
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