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As a descent Christian.............I hate abortion. 12wks. is my limit.    Some Christians disagree. What is yours ?   I don't like slavery.     I chose not to buy slaves. Sla

CrimeaRiver,    Many of the mythological stories and characters in the Bible are stolen from the African mythical religions and characters.   White people are just Negro Africans w

i prefer the negro religions.    “”I shooteth thee negro for thou hast stolen my basketball shoes and thou deserveth to die””   and other shit like that. Word nigga    

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2 minutes ago, XavierOnassis said:

So you think that defining the concept of God is ever so easy.  Can you do it?

 

I probably worded that poorly. What I was trying to get at is, what type of entity are we talking about? Religion claims God to be an omnipotent supernatural being. Typically atheists won't concede to that description

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3 minutes ago, SixShooter said:

 

I probably worded that poorly. What I was trying to get at is, what type of entity are we talking about? Religion claims God to be an omnipotent supernatural being. Typically atheists won't concede to that description

I am a nearly life-long atheist. As you can predict, I have only a cursory knowledge of religion, the bible, christianity, etc. Difference is that I can admit to not being an expert unlike most atheists. 

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Just now, SixShooter said:

 

I probably worded that poorly. What I was trying to get at is, what type of entity are we talking about? Religion claims God to be an omnipotent supernatural being. Typically atheists won't concede to that description

The existence of God cannot be proven.

Therefore, none of the attributes of God can be proven, either.

Is omnipotence possible? Is omniscience, omnipresence possible?

"Concede " is a word used to admit that something that is known to exists, actually does. Therefore it is the wrong word to be used here.

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2 minutes ago, impartialobserver said:

I am a nearly life-long atheist. As you can predict, I have only a cursory knowledge of religion, the bible, christianity, etc. Difference is that I can admit to not being an expert unlike most atheists. 

 

No offense, but I would think a non-believer who hasn't studied hard on how to be atheist would be agnostic

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Just now, XavierOnassis said:

The existence of God cannot be proven.

Therefore, none of the attributes of God can be proven, either.

Is omnipotence possible? Is omniscience, omnipresence possible?

"Concede " is a word used to admit that something that is known to exists, actually does. Therefore it is the wrong word to be used here.

 

Whatever 

 

If someone is gonna debate about God it's fair to use an agreed-upon definition of what type of being you're discussing

 

Otherwise the conversation is pointless

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1 minute ago, SixShooter said:

 

No offense, but I would think a non-believer who hasn't studied hard on how to be atheist would be agnostic

Since the existence and nature of God can neither be proven nor disproven, and neither can the alleged attributes of God can be proven, agnosticism seems to be the only logical conclusion.

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Just now, impartialobserver said:

Its semantics. Atheist means that there is no god. Agnostic would mean that you do not care or am not certain. Or at least, that is my view of the two groups.

 

So Atheism makes a positive claim that can't be proven?

 

To me, Agnostic means you're undecided on the existence. Like I said, I would think a non-believer who isn't well studied on the subject would lean more agnostic. But whatever

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1 minute ago, SixShooter said:

 

Whatever 

 

If someone is gonna debate about God it's fair to use an agreed-upon definition of what type of being you're discussing

 

Otherwise the conversation is pointless

To discuss God, you must provide proof that God exists or at least that God is logically possible.

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1 minute ago, XavierOnassis said:

Since the existence and nature of God can neither be proven nor disproven, and neither can the alleged attributes of God can be proven, agnosticism seems to be the only logical conclusion.

 

Whatever

 

Religion claims God is omnipotent, infinite, etc etc. Supernatural attributes. That's the basis for the belief

 

I don't care what you think or believe

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54 minutes ago, impartialobserver said:

Hence why I find debate on this topic to be mostly pointless. Neither side can definitively prove the existence or non-existence of a god. Therefore, it seems like mental masturbation to me. 

It is a question that has no provable answer. That does not mean that one cannot learn something by debating it.

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On 2/22/2021 at 4:23 PM, leomon said:

Christianity values the poor

 

Why is American Evangelism so deeply rooted in success and money.

 

Jesus hung out with the prostitutes' and sinners. All u guys want to do is make money, follow joel Osteen in his prosperity gospel and have your guns.

 

He came on a donkey not on a F350 rolling coal.

 

Jesus taught u to turn the other cheek, but u just want to shoot your guns and protect your gun rights.

 

American Evangelism is not Christianity. 

 

I think Jesus wants us to give to the poor............"voluntarily".

Charity.      I don't think Jesus is a socialist who would ask people to work

6mo. a year for the gov.     The Dem socialist seek 50% in taxes for Americans.

This not American Freedom in my eyes.    The gov. should not steal from its

citizens.

How about 10% to gov. & 10% to Charity.

The other 80% goes to the family of the earner......or to more 'voluntary' charity.

 

Does this sound reasonable to Canada ?

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2 hours ago, SixShooter said:

 

No offense, but I would think a non-believer who hasn't studied hard on how to be atheist would be agnostic

Hey bitch ass, look at the title of this thread. Christianity. Debating the fucking god of Christianity, the god described in the Bible. 

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20 minutes ago, Zaro said:

Hey bitch ass, look at the title of this thread. Christianity. Debating the fucking god of Christianity, the god described in the Bible. 

That's the one. The one who flooded the earth, turned Lot's wife into a pillar of salt, who gave is only begotten son and the one who left his opinion on gays off his top ten list

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