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March 21, 2019, 10:52:52 PM
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What part of there's a giant bearded dude in the sky that created earth and man don't you understand?

Notbatman is a simpleton or troll who ignores all scientific evidence, believes that everyone is engaged in a giant conspiracy to hide the nature of the planet and can apparently only visualize an infinite creator as a big man in the sky with a giant beard.

Nevertheless he is correct in this one implication. The existence of a creator is a straightforward and logical a priori. There is no observed example of spontaneous and sustained de-novo creation in the observed universe. Yet here we are and we can trace our existence back to a unique moment of infinite creation when the entire universe emerged and then expanded from a single point in space and time. Given the complexity of the universe and ourselves the belief there is a creative entity behind it all is indeed not hard to understand.

Bible is clearly and 100% without a shadow of doubt a flat earth book.

So what part of creation account exactly you do not understand, globo loving..don't know what.




Hey wtf are you and Batty doing in here? This ain't Flat Earth claptrap trolling, ffs.
It's the magic invisible bearded sky fairy dude discussion.



This is not discussion about gravity. You're out of azimuth today my friend. In fact you're out all the time.  Grin Time to wake up as bonus period is slowly coming to an end.


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March 21, 2019, 11:13:19 PM
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What part of there's a giant bearded dude in the sky that created earth and man don't you understand?

Notbatman is a simpleton or troll who ignores all scientific evidence, believes that everyone is engaged in a giant conspiracy to hide the nature of the planet and can apparently only visualize an infinite creator as a big man in the sky with a giant beard.

Nevertheless he is correct in this one implication. The existence of a creator is a straightforward and logical a priori. There is no observed example of spontaneous and sustained de-novo creation in the observed universe. Yet here we are and we can trace our existence back to a unique moment of infinite creation when the entire universe emerged and then expanded from a single point in space and time. Given the complexity of the universe and ourselves the belief there is a creative entity behind it all is indeed not hard to understand.

Bible is clearly and 100% without a shadow of doubt a flat earth book.

So what part of creation account exactly you do not understand, globo loving..don't know what.




Hey wtf are you and Batty doing in here? This ain't Flat Earth claptrap trolling, ffs.
It's the magic invisible bearded sky fairy dude discussion.



This is not discussion about gravity. You're out of azimuth today my friend. In fact you're out all the time.  Grin Time to wake up as bonus period is slowly coming to an end.




You are conflating multiple delusions while traversing some remote parts of your schizophrenic realm.
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March 21, 2019, 11:27:43 PM
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Says the ape man who believes that he is a monkey living on a spinning ball...



You have no guts to face reality.

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March 22, 2019, 01:10:07 AM
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^^^  You are such a joker. You bring flat earth into it, and then you suggest that people think that they are living on a spinning ball. Nobody thinks that they are living on a spinning ball. There isn't any iron/steel dome mentioned in the Bible.

It's jokers like you with their stupidity, who help atheists be atheists.

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March 26, 2019, 01:52:47 PM
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Based on the definition of the word Atheist its meaning is not believing in God and you said that that you do not believe in religion so you are not an atheist but simply anti-religion. Not all religions have God some are just composed of rules, laws and teachings on morality and related beliefs. There are people who believe there is a supreme being called god while they do not want to belong to any religion at all.

With so many religions popping up here and there and so many versions of god from way back in history,  it's not a surprise that some peoole just decide not to believe at all. I've read arguments of atheists, agnostics and theists, mainly christians, and some atheist points have valid grounds. We can all live with different beliefs so i'd say stop the hate altogether and just respect what other people want to believe.

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March 26, 2019, 08:51:36 PM
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^^^ Simply the response to atheism.     Cool

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March 30, 2019, 08:22:50 PM
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^^^  You are such a joker. You bring flat earth into it, and then you suggest that people think that they are living on a spinning ball. Nobody thinks that they are living on a spinning ball. There isn't any iron/steel dome mentioned in the Bible.

It's jokers like you with their stupidity, who help atheists be atheists.

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You are totally wrong.
Atheism derived through spinning ball earth heliocentric deception. Either you are extremely ignorant and unable to properly read your Bible, or you are a sellout.



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March 30, 2019, 10:34:17 PM
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^^^  You are such a joker. You bring flat earth into it, and then you suggest that people think that they are living on a spinning ball. Nobody thinks that they are living on a spinning ball. There isn't any iron/steel dome mentioned in the Bible.

It's jokers like you with their stupidity, who help atheists be atheists.

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You are totally wrong.
Atheism derived through spinning ball earth heliocentric deception. Either you are extremely ignorant and unable to properly read your Bible, or you are a sellout.

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Where in the Bible does it even hint at the idea that people live on a spinning ball? Where does it even hint that there is a steel/iron dome? Why in the world would you think that the flat earth idea would keep anyone from being an atheist?

Bible believers don't think that they live on a spinning ball. Only FE believers think this about some Bible believers.

There is a suggestion in the first chapter of Genesis that there was a canopy of water around the earth. This is only a suggestion, because it never says "canopy." It doesn't say how far above the sky the water was. It could be billions of miles. And it doesn't say a word about a steel/iron dome.

Atheists don't believe that God exists, because of the silly preaching that FE people like you do. Everybody knows the earth is a globe. But even if people only thought this, and it wasn't true, when FE Christians come along and contradict what everybody knows is true (GE), people don't reject only the FE idea. Rather, they reject Christianity. I mean, they realize that if Christians are so stupid that they think the earth is flat, they are just as stupid about the existence of a God.

So, it is you stupid FE Christians that are helping atheism to grow more than ever. After all, the Bible is meant for salvation... not to prove the shape of the earth.

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March 30, 2019, 11:10:01 PM
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So, it is you stupid FE Christians that are helping atheism to grow more than ever. After all, the Bible is meant for salvation... not to prove the shape of the earth.

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I honestly can’t tell if these flat earth folks are religious idiots who genuinely believe their flat earth blather or atheist idiots seeking to attack Christianity via some form of misguided association fallacy.

So far I can only conclude that they are idiots.

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So, it is you stupid FE Christians that are helping atheism to grow more than ever. After all, the Bible is meant for salvation... not to prove the shape of the earth.

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I honestly can’t tell if these flat earth folks are religious idiots who genuinely believe their flat earth blather or atheist idiots seeking to attack Christianity via some form of misguided association fallacy.

So far I can only conclude that they are idiots.


It's funny that a religious person would call another religion person an idiot when you believe in nonsensical shit too, you know, a powerful being and magic. Flat earth can be proven wrong just as easily as the bible, we know the age of the universe, earth, we know evolution exists, basically any scientific discovery disproves the bible.

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March 31, 2019, 05:57:58 AM
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So, it is you stupid FE Christians that are helping atheism to grow more than ever. After all, the Bible is meant for salvation... not to prove the shape of the earth.

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I honestly can’t tell if these flat earth folks are religious idiots who genuinely believe their flat earth blather or atheist idiots seeking to attack Christianity via some form of misguided association fallacy.

So far I can only conclude that they are idiots.

It's funny that a religious person would call another religion person an idiot when you believe in nonsensical shit too, you know, a powerful being and magic. Flat earth can be proven wrong just as easily as the bible, we know the age of the universe, earth, we know evolution exists, basically any scientific discovery disproves the bible.

The problem with most people is that they are very sloppy thinkers.
A genuine search for truth does not involve arguing against strawmen. On the contrary one must examine the strongest possible version of your opponents argument.

In the case of flat earth if we assume it’s true we basically have to also assume the entire world is engaged in a giant conspiracy to hide the truth, but it’s worse then that because the experiments to prove the earth is round can be carried by a single individual seeking the truth. It would not be cheap or particularly easy but one can actually prove the world is round by ones own experimentation. The genuine believer in flat earth would then have to believe that the universe itself is conspiring against him and altering the results of his scientific studies in real time to hide the worlds flatness.

Is that impossible? Well no it’s not. Potentially we could all be living in a computer simulation that for some reason found it funny to lie to us in that way. Such a  scenario, however, strikes me as highly implausible and  incompatible with a genuine Christian faith which holds that we live in real universe created by a loving God. Thus I view those who promote both ideologies as either simpletons who lack the capacity for scientific thinking or more likely atheist seeking to challenge religious views by associating them with clearly false beliefs. In the first scenario we are dealing with a confused idiot. In the second a dishonest one.

I don’t believe in magic. I accept the current scientific estimates regarding the age of the universe. I also agree that we have hard data supporting the existence of micro evolution. I believe in God and identify myself as one of his children striving very imperfectly to live for God.

None of my beliefs are contradictory or incompatible with Christianity or the Bible.



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March 31, 2019, 06:20:41 AM
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I am not an atheist but an agnostic which means I don't discredit the existence of God but I also don't believe he exists for sure. My ancestors were Muslims and Christians and it is hard to resist beliefs which are in DNA Tongue but we should all have a free mind and free choice and think openly and question everything.  Shocked

For me, the universe itself is majestic, I question myself where did the universe come from if a creator created it then what was he doing and where was he before creating, how did the universe come from nothing and how is there something instead of nothing.  Huh

These are unanswered questions of religions and science and makes me think much about how the reality itself is miraculous, we are all made up of cells which are made up of non-living entities, yet as a whole we are alive. This makes me question maybe there is a supernatural power or there might be no supernatural power but the reality itself is supernatural. Smiley
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March 31, 2019, 07:25:20 AM
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So, it is you stupid FE Christians that are helping atheism to grow more than ever. After all, the Bible is meant for salvation... not to prove the shape of the earth.

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I honestly can’t tell if these flat earth folks are religious idiots who genuinely believe their flat earth blather or atheist idiots seeking to attack Christianity via some form of misguided association fallacy.

So far I can only conclude that they are idiots.

It's funny that a religious person would call another religion person an idiot when you believe in nonsensical shit too, you know, a powerful being and magic. Flat earth can be proven wrong just as easily as the bible, we know the age of the universe, earth, we know evolution exists, basically any scientific discovery disproves the bible.

The problem with most people is that they are very sloppy thinkers.
A genuine search for truth does not involve arguing against strawmen. On the contrary one must examine the strongest possible version of your opponents argument.

In the case of flat earth if we assume it’s true we basically have to also assume the entire world is engaged in a giant conspiracy to hide the truth, but it’s worse then that because the experiments to prove the earth is round can be carried by a single individual seeking the truth. It would not be cheap or particularly easy but one can actually prove the world is round by ones own experimentation. The genuine believer in flat earth would then have to believe that the universe itself is conspiring against him and altering the results of his scientific studies in real time to hide the worlds flatness.

Is that impossible? Well no it’s not. Potentially we could all be living in a computer simulation that for some reason found it funny to lie to us in that way. Such a  scenario, however, strikes me as highly implausible and  incompatible with a genuine Christian faith which holds that we live in real universe created by a loving God. Thus I view those who promote both ideologies as either simpletons who lack the capacity for scientific thinking or more likely atheist seeking to challenge religious views by associating them with clearly false beliefs. In the first scenario we are dealing with a confused idiot. In the second a dishonest one.

I don’t believe in magic. I accept the current scientific estimates regarding the age of the universe. I also agree that we have hard data supporting the existence of micro evolution. I believe in God and identify myself as one of his children striving very imperfectly to live for God.

None of my beliefs are contradictory or incompatible with Christianity or the Bible.

Now you know how I feel.  I think you might be the dishonest one.

You do know that people who wrote the Bible did not know that we live on the globe, do you?  Or you are just pretending that they knew?

Who is the dishonest one?  It took millennia before the helio-centric model was accepted.  Your Christian ideology was against it along the way.
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March 31, 2019, 08:03:37 AM
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Now you know how I feel.  I think you might be the dishonest one.

You do know that people who wrote the Bible did not know that we live on the globe, do you?  Or you are just pretending that they knew?

Who is the dishonest one?  It took millennia before the helio-centric model was accepted.  Your Christian ideology was against it along the way.

Yes I am aware of the history of the heliocentric model and the persecution of Galileo. It was understandable for the ancients pagan and Christian to believe the world was flat. It is a very different situation today with the tools we have at our disposal. The persecution of Galileo was not so understandable but all centralized human power corrupts and religions organizations are not immune.

Regarding honesty I think I have done more the anyone else here except maybe BADecker to comprehensively and exhaustively lay out my views and the logical foundations of my position. You can disagree with me or believe me utterly mistaken but my position is honest and derives from a genuine desire to seek truth.

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Now you know how I feel.  I think you might be the dishonest one.

You do know that people who wrote the Bible did not know that we live on the globe, do you?  Or you are just pretending that they knew?

Who is the dishonest one?  It took millennia before the helio-centric model was accepted.  Your Christian ideology was against it along the way.

Yes I am aware of the history of the heliocentric model and the persecution of Galileo. It was understandable for the ancients pagan and Christian to believe the world was flat. It is a very different situation today with the tools we have at our disposal. The persecution of Galileo was not so understandable but all centralized human power corrupts and religions organizations are not immune.

Regarding honesty I think I have done more the anyone else here except maybe BADecker to comprehensively and exhaustively lay out my views and the logical foundations of my position. You can disagree with me or believe me utterly mistaken but my position is honest and derives from a genuine desire to seek truth.

Is it really a desire to seek the truth or a desire to seek hope. We are all humans, most of us think about the same things deep down, death, life, meaning, I admit I have faith and beliefs that are irrational sometimes when I think about death or if life has any meaning because otherwise my life would be, well, meaningless. I'm sure you also do that and you are not really looking for the truth if the truth is actually something along the lines of: the universe doesn't care, no one cares, everything is meaningless universally and we are all going to die and that's it. No one wants that, let's be honest, I don't however I also cannot force myself to believe in a God, the small hope I have is that perhaps life is not meaningless, maybe there is something, maybe we cannot even comprehend it right now, who knows.

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Is it really a desire to seek the truth or a desire to seek hope. We are all humans, most of us think about the same things deep down, death, life, meaning, I admit I have faith and beliefs that are irrational sometimes when I think about death or if life has any meaning because otherwise my life would be, well, meaningless. I'm sure you also do that and you are not really looking for the truth if the truth is actually something along the lines of: the universe doesn't care, no one cares, everything is meaningless universally and we are all going to die and that's it. No one wants that, let's be honest, I don't however I also cannot force myself to believe in a God, the small hope I have is that perhaps life is not meaningless, maybe there is something, maybe we cannot even comprehend it right now, who knows.

Probably a mix of both to be honest. I agree we are all human and most of us think about the same things deep down, death, life, meaning.

Personally I have always been very interested in the last of these meaning. When I was a teenager I rejected Christianity. I was surrounded at the time by Christians who were not very logical and unable to defend their beliefs on logical grounds. I was a smart guy and I decided I would find a true worldview grounded in science not emotion and unrealistic hope and myths.

I knew immediately, however, that in rejecting Christianity I had ripped up the foundation under my feet and it had to be replaced. I scoured the classics Plato, Aristotle, Rousseau, Hume all in a search for meaning looking to build a new and more rational world view for myself. Eventually I found Bentham and celebrated my discovery of a truly rational philosophy one based on calculations and determination of the greatest good for the greatest number. Satisfied that I had solved the question to my satisfaction I went on my merry way certain I had found the answer.

For the next 15 years I kept Christians at arms length. I knew from experience that their beliefs by and large made them happy and my own views demanded I not purposely disrupt that happiness so I simply avoided the topic preferring to let them live in what I perceived at the time to be a happy but mistaken delusion.

I had rejected religion on the bases of tradition and rejected God via logical inference. The only path forward for me was to embrace and live out some philosophy of life not grounded in God and observe how it played out. In my case that was utilitarianism and the process of living it out took 15 years.

Eventually I realized that utilitarianism failed me as a practical philosophy. Even more ironically I eventually came to the conclusion that I should reject utilitarianism on utilitarian grounds which is about as profound of an invalidation as one can get. That required me to again rebuild my philosophical foundation. This time I was older and wiser and really dug into the question to the best of my ability. The result is what I shared with you earlier in An Argument for God.

I don’t claim that to be some all important insight or even particularly useful for anyone except me but it was my answer to the question. The honest output of my wholehearted and genuine attempt to address the question comprehensively and logically. I came to the conclusion that I was mistaken all those years ago and the happy simpletons who I had held in such contempt were right all along. My arrogant younger self would have been shocked.

I agree with you that we live in a universe that allows us to choose our truth. One can choose to believe that the universe doesn't care, that no one cares, that everything is meaningless universally and we are all going to die and that's it. I like you find that prospect unappealing.

If the universe was like that then our duty would be clear. We would need to fix it. How does one fix an uncaring universe? Simple we start by fixing ourselves. We find meaning and caring within ourselves and then spread that healing and meaning to our neighbors our offspring and eventually throughout the universe. With time effort and sacrifice all things are possible.

P.S. I watched Heaven Sent an episode of Dr. Who on television yesterday. It’s available for free on amazon prime. It was one of the most inspirational things I have ever seen on television. Totally religion free but it really drives home the message that no goal is impossible. I highly recommend it if you have not seen it. It can stand on its own you don’t have to have watched the other episodes in the series.

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Seriously what has to happen in a person's life for them to seriously give up hope on the one true everlasting brand (of religion) which their ancestors have followed for generations.

The answer is quite simple - frankly acknowledge (and outrightly reject) the fundamental building blocks of religious institutions: coercion, indoctrination, manipulation, domination, deceit, contempt and lastly but also very importantly, discrimination.

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So, it is you stupid FE Christians that are helping atheism to grow more than ever. After all, the Bible is meant for salvation... not to prove the shape of the earth.

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I honestly can’t tell if these flat earth folks are religious idiots who genuinely believe their flat earth blather or atheist idiots seeking to attack Christianity via some form of misguided association fallacy.

So far I can only conclude that they are idiots.


It's funny that a religious person would call another religion person an idiot when you believe in nonsensical shit too, you know, a powerful being and magic. Flat earth can be proven wrong just as easily as the bible, we know the age of the universe, earth, we know evolution exists, basically any scientific discovery disproves the bible.

What's really funny is all the people who believe science theories to be true, real, and fact. Then someone comes along, and changes the theory... and its believers are found to be just what they are... religious nuts who aren't even smart enough to realize that they have a religion in their science faith.

At least formal religious people know that they have a religion.

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April 02, 2019, 09:04:30 PM
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Atheists in 95% of cases ever getting into religion and tell them how to live well without God , I don't quite understand what do they care what I believe ? I am a believer but why should I know your opinion and impose it on me

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It's jokers like you with their stupidity, who help atheists be atheists.

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Well let's be fair... you yourself with your stupidity have been doing a pretty good job of that too...

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