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  • Now that statement
    • JVH say (Login JVH)
      Posted Sep 17, 2010 12:11 AM

      that atheism surpasses theism and is greater than theism ...


      Hey, I didn't say it, Paster Jack did ... both explicitly and implicitly.

      Cool, no?

      AUG 10

      Two Sunday evenings ago on my channel, I did a live broadcast on the subject of The Foolishness of Atheism in which I showed atheism to be wrong and that atheists have no proof and evidence that atheism is correct. Almost as soon as I uploaded the video to my YouTube channel, the atheists started leaving comments that amounted to nothing but personal attacks. Rather than attempt to address the message, they immediate sought to beat down, browbeat, and bully the messenger so I had to disallow their comments from being posted. Their immature behavior seems to be typical of atheists when confronted with the fact that atheists have no proof and evidence that atheism is correct and is actually taken on blind faith. Christians have faith and evidence, whereas atheists have only blind faith, and as such, it takes a lot more faith to be an atheist than it does to be a Christian!


      So, ecclesial books tale about cosmology and anthropology - what's the big deal here?

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      Scientific Creationism: a religious dogma combining massive ignorance with incredible arrogance.

      Creationist: 1) one who follows creationism. 2) oblivious to reasoning and logic also known as common sense. 3) incapable of doing math.
      4) a true believer. 5) gullible to the extreme. 6) can't add 7) convinced of its righteousness. 8) can't subtract. 9) devoid of introspection.

      - fallacious, abductive, inductive, deductive
      are the basic modes of reasoning -- when we
      fail to discern between them, we are destined
      to act accordingly ......

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      ... after all, logic demands explicit contains implicit
      so, iff what is explicitly posed is true, then what it
      necessarily infers or implies must logically be true
      as well - if not, then it is incontrovertibly axiomatic
      there is something amiss with the explicitly posed ...

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      ... and such is the excruciating irony of incomprehensibility
      & self-refutation; those oblivious of it are indispensably
      the experts in applying it, in effect, revealing the exact
      opposite of apparent intent thereby granting the courtesy
      of instant clarification.

      Mice In A Maze-Going In Circles

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      Ardent believers turn out to be quite useful creatures
      because they seem to be some sort of omniscient.
      You can therefore always depend on them to tell you
      exactly what your thoughts and feelings are
      and what your opinions and conduct should be.


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      If it doesn't go, that's how it goes
      If it isn't, then that's how it is

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