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In reply to an earlier post on 4 Feb 2013 21:05:31 GMT
Spin says:
J; Ptovide an argument for the non-existence of deity without reference to that which a theist can easily claim to be the creation of deity.

Posted on 4 Feb 2013 21:07:09 GMT
J. Forbes says:
You're missing the point. I am not arguing for the non-existence of a deity, and nor are most atheists. I am arguing against those who assert that there IS a deity. Which is a very different thing.

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Feb 2013 21:19:07 GMT
Spin says:
J: Forgive me, but your statement that "Atheists" are not arguing for the "non-esitence" of deity is , to be blunt, nonsense. An "Atheist" as he/she likes to term themselves, does not believe a deity exists, regardless of any argument, scientific or theological, put to them But a person who is not convinced by theism or atheism is an "Agnostic". As I am.

Posted on 4 Feb 2013 21:45:13 GMT
J. Forbes says:
Spin, you are forgiven. One of the advantages of not being a Christian is that I can abrogate to myself the right to forgive those who trespass against me.

No doubt our friend will be along in a moment to give us the definition of an atheist.

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Feb 2013 22:03:14 GMT
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Spin says:
J; Inmy youth, I went to "coffession" and told a strager about my private life and habits, At the end I was told I was "forgiven. Even at such a young age I thought that very dismisive. No doubt the preist was waiting for the confession of a sex mad serial killer on the run from interpol......A young boys doubts about life are easily forgiven...=)

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In reply to an earlier post on 10 Feb 2013 23:42:01 GMT
Drew Jones says:
"So there is no abuse on this site from atheists, no defamatory remarks, no ridicule masquerading as argument-"
Please quote me if you take issue with what I say. I don't think you'll find me making a defense of absolutely everything said here.

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In reply to an earlier post on 11 Feb 2013 01:31:54 GMT
J. Forbes says:
Aristotle, Plato and Kant lived in the pre-scientific age, when believing in magic was not contrary to reason.

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Feb 2013 01:32:25 GMT
J. Forbes says:
And what is that post, except abuse?

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Feb 2013 01:34:30 GMT
Last edited by the author on 11 Feb 2013 01:58:58 GMT
J. Forbes says:
There is no evidence at all for the existence of any god. None whatsoever. Anyone who claims otherwise is a charlatan.

Religious people BELIEVE there is a god, but have no proof of it.

ETA: And HONEST religious people don't try to pretend that there is evidence. They are happy just to believe.

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Feb 2013 01:39:38 GMT
J. Forbes says:
You have made innumerable posts on here asserting that there is plenty of evidence, but strangely, you haven't been able to produce any. Not a single shred of evidence. Not one.

Which suggests that even you know there isn't any.

In reply to an earlier post on 11 Feb 2013 01:40:55 GMT
J. Forbes says:
Theists believe, they don't think. If they did, they wouldn't believe.

Posted on 11 Feb 2013 01:56:20 GMT
J. Forbes says:
I was a little surprised that Mr Woodman chose Kant as an example of a thinking believer, so I looked him up to refresh my memory.

In fact, after mulling things over at length, Kant became agnostic. Which is usually what happens when a theist tries thinking.

Any more examples, Mr T?

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