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Creationist arguments thread
RE: Creationist arguments thread
(September 2, 2008 at 1:12 pm)StewartP Wrote: What's that big yellow thing in the sky? Is it a sunlamp?

Nope, it's just a normal lamp. It's really far away.
RE: Creationist arguments thread
I asked a fundamentalist who I used to play an online game with (I was in his clan) once; "If God created the world and humans and knows exactly whats going to happen...he must have known adam was going to eat from the forbidden tree and fail the test so why did he bother putting the tree there at all? To 'make sure' adam would fail the test? If he knows everything he wouldn't need to!"

The reply I got was something like: "We can't truly know what God wants or needs or what he has in store for us... we must trust that he knows what he's doing."

What? despite the fact none of it makes any sense and there's no evidence for any of it? And there's so many contradictions!

Also this same person's brother; I observed told lots of lies so I said:"I thought the bible says you shouldn't lie"

He replied "I'm not lying I'm exaggerating."

RE: Creationist arguments thread
Yeah, "God works in mysterious ways" is an attempted argument that pops up nearly everywhere.
RE: Creationist arguments thread
(September 22, 2008 at 11:29 pm)Meatball Wrote: "God works in mysterious ways"

So does my underwear drawer.
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A man also or woman that hath a Macintosh, shall surely be put to death: they shall stone them with used and abandoned Windows 3.1 floppy disks: their blood shall be upon them. Leviticus 20:27

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