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Christians. Could you be wrong?
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Christians. Could you be wrong?
As an atheist I am willing to admit that I could be wrong. God may exist. Your Bible may be 100% accurate. All I need is evidence.

Is there anything that could convince you that the God of the Bible may not exist?
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RE: Christians. Could you be wrong?
God blazing the aurora across the night sky proclaiming he doesn't exist in Helvetica typeface ??
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RE: Christians. Could you be wrong?
(August 1, 2014 at 5:41 pm)Rob_W75 Wrote: As an atheist I am willing to admit that I could be wrong. God may exist. Your Bible may be 100% accurate. All I need is evidence.

Is there anything that could convince you that the God of the Bible may not exist?

1.Christians use the Bible as evidence. If that isn't good enough for you, then it isn't good enough. Oh Well.
2. NO.
3. If you joined this site in '11, you should have more than 8 posts.
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RE: Christians. Could you be wrong?
Dodgy
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RE: Christians. Could you be wrong?
Rob, 43 years ago you had a shot at me saying yes to your question.
I know far too much since then to say anything could change my status.
Nothing could persuade me otherwise.
Thanks for asking.
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RE: Christians. Could you be wrong?
I'm not sure its safe to ever be in a position where "nothing" could change one's mind.
The gods offer no rewards for intellect. There was never one yet that showed any interest in it.
-- Mark Twain, Notebook
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RE: Christians. Could you be wrong?
Kind of cute how both John and professor are so puffed up and proud about having their minds all made up once and for all. No future input of any kind need apply, no insight or flash of inspiration need apply. Your door is closed. Doesn't sound quite alive to me but at least you 'know' that you are beyond life and death now. Undecided

(August 1, 2014 at 6:30 pm)Amalynne0 Wrote: I'm not sure its safe to ever be in a position where "nothing" could change one's mind.

Their leap of faith is that they already know everything worth knowing. They can basically close there eyes and ears from here on in.

I go at it the other way around. My leap of faith is that I will follow the truth wherever it may take me. No auto pilot for me.
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RE: Christians. Could you be wrong?
Absolutely nothing? What if aliens came and told us that they planted us here 200,000 years ago?
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RE: Christians. Could you be wrong?
(August 1, 2014 at 6:26 pm)professor Wrote: Rob, 43 years ago you had a shot at me saying yes to your question.
I know far too much since then to say anything could change my status.
Nothing could persuade me otherwise.
Thanks for asking.

Now we have evidence of what class of shithead the prof really is.


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RE: Christians. Could you be wrong?
(August 1, 2014 at 5:41 pm)Rob_W75 Wrote: All I need is evidence.
Those who cannot see Him through His works have no chance of seeing His countenance.

(August 1, 2014 at 5:41 pm)Rob_W75 Wrote: Is there anything that could convince you that the God of the Bible may not exist?
Yes, a compelling physicalist solution to the mind-brain problem. (That would at least give me serious pause.)
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