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What one thing would disprove Christianity to you?
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What one thing would disprove Christianity to you?
To the Christians on the forum: What one (and only one) thing would if shown to be true, disprove Christianity entirely for you?

That is all.

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"The lord doesn't work in mysterious ways, but in ways that are indistinguishable from his nonexistence."
-- George Yorgo Veenhuyzen quoted by John W. Loftus in The End of Christianity (p. 103).
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RE: What one thing would disprove Christianity to you?
(December 2, 2012 at 3:37 pm)Darkstar Wrote:


Nah, they've soldiered on bravely and have not let the little detail of God's nonexistence get in the way of their devotion to him.
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RE: What one thing would disprove Christianity to you?
I asked a Christian that exact question once. She responded by telling me she'd believe it if she died and then realized there was no afterlife.

Who wants to point out the vast number of flaws to that thinking?
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RE: What one thing would disprove Christianity to you?
On the day I spit in Allah's eye, and tell Him he's done a crap job. Because everyone before mohammad is doomed to islam hell and everyone not born into whichever version is the current correct one is also going to islam hell. then I will believe that I might have been wrong about Christianity.

What about you what would it take to believe Christianity was true?
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RE: What one thing would disprove Christianity to you?
NEW RULE

Your answer can't involve dying or supernatural events!
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"The lord doesn't work in mysterious ways, but in ways that are indistinguishable from his nonexistence."
-- George Yorgo Veenhuyzen quoted by John W. Loftus in The End of Christianity (p. 103).
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RE: What one thing would disprove Christianity to you?
(December 2, 2012 at 4:55 pm)Drich Wrote: What about you what would it take to believe Christianity was true?

Well for starters if the people who believed it stopped being such incredibly stupid obnoxious morons who take their crap far too serious ... ( oh .. yes .. and some scientific evidence would help too)
"Jesus is like an unpaid babysitter "
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RE: What one thing would disprove Christianity to you?
(December 2, 2012 at 5:04 pm)teaearlgreyhot Wrote: NEW RULE

Your answer can't involve dying or supernatural events!

ROFLOL
So dying is now a supernatural event?

(December 2, 2012 at 5:05 pm)Kousbroek Wrote:
(December 2, 2012 at 4:55 pm)Drich Wrote: What about you what would it take to believe Christianity was true?

Well for starters if the people who believed it stopped being such incredibly stupid obnoxious morons who take their crap far too serious ... ( oh .. yes .. and some scientific evidence would help too)

Like what? What kinda of scientific evidence would demand belief in God?
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RE: What one thing would disprove Christianity to you?
(December 2, 2012 at 5:20 pm)Drich Wrote:
(December 2, 2012 at 5:04 pm)teaearlgreyhot Wrote: NEW RULE

Your answer can't involve dying or supernatural events!

ROFLOL
So dying is now a supernatural event?

No the "after" bit is.



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RE: What one thing would disprove Christianity to you?
(December 2, 2012 at 5:22 pm)downbeatplumb Wrote:
(December 2, 2012 at 5:20 pm)Drich Wrote: ROFLOL
So dying is now a supernatural event?

No the "after" bit is.

According to who? If we all naturally die, and the "after bit" happens to all of us. That makes it apart of nature.

Why do you assume you or rather 'we' have a complete understanding of nature?
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