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  • deepti123
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    Yes exactly there is no proof for evolution either.

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  • AREAL
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    Originally posted by Bjjexpertise@be View Post
    What do you believe, Creation or evolution? Voice your views please .
    evolution

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  • kingoftheforest
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    Originally posted by jubaji View Post
    Are you trying to say God is not complete?
    If he was he wouldn't need us.

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  • jubaji
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    Originally posted by Annagyijjk View Post
    I do not believe in evolution. The Bible says clearly how we are created and evolution was not in the process. We were created in the image of God. And my God is not a monkey.
    Are you trying to say God is not complete?

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  • Annagyijjk
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    I do not believe in evolution. The Bible says clearly how we are created and evolution was not in the process. We were created in the image of God. And my God is not a monkey.

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  • Tant01
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    Originally posted by sherwinc View Post
    do you guys here believe in "BIBLE"????

    me??? i do not believe in bible because bible is only made by unschooled man in the olden days.....

    I do not care to indulge in this topic. My beliefs are my own.

    Enjoy the zombie posts.

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  • sherwinc
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    Originally posted by Tant01 View Post
    Another 8 year old thread back from the dead?
    do you guys here believe in "BIBLE"????

    me??? i do not believe in bible because bible is only made by unschooled man in the olden days.....

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  • sherwinc
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    Originally posted by Bjjexpertise@be View Post
    it proves that this argument is getting out of hand and that it's just the same thing over and over again.
    as long as there are different kinds of bible that exists, the problem will not solve.....

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  • Tant01
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    Another 8 year old thread back from the dead?

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  • sherwinc
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    Originally posted by gregimotis View Post
    Yes.


    Just for the sake of conversation, let's take the bible and Christion specific ideas out of it for a moment - because we aren't going to get anywhere debating the ark - and talk just about the idea of 'God' as it relates to science...

    I submit that 'God' does not relate to science. If 'God' is a conscious entity which created the universe then the rules of the universe cannot be applied to 'God'. God existed before the rules, God thought up the rules, and all our reasoning (including logic and physics) are based within that ruleset.

    Or God does not exist, but our reasoning is still bound by the same ruleset. It's a circular problem and isn't rationally soluable based on our current perspective.

    You either believe in God or you don't. You define him however you decide to. You cannot prove or disprove him. It's only your FAITH which makes God real or unreal to you, and that's kind of close to what the theists have been saying all along.
    A common question is:

    Q: Do you believe in God?
    A: Yes
    Q: Have you every heard of him?
    A: No

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  • Bjjexpertise@be
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    it proves that this argument is getting out of hand and that it's just the same thing over and over again.

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  • Hikage
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    Originally posted by Bjjexpertise@be
    I found something that will answer all our questions. scroll down and read.










    If God had a name, what would it be?
    And would you call it to His face if you were faced with him
    In all his glory? What would you ask
    If you had just one question?
    D E
    Yeah, yeah, God is great
    Yeah, yeah, God is good
    Yeah, yeah, yeah yeah yeah
    F#m D A E
    What if God was one of us?
    Just a slob like one of us?
    Just a stranger on the bus
    Trying to make his way home...

    If God had a face, what would it look like?
    And would you want to see, if seeing meant that you would have to
    Believe in things like heaven and in Jesus
    And the saints and all the prophets?
    Yeah, yeah, God is great
    Yeah, yeah, God is good
    Yeah, yeah, yeah yeah yeah
    What if God was one of us?
    Just a slob like one of us?
    Just a stranger on the bus
    Trying to make his way home
    Back up to heaven all alone
    Nobody callin' on the phone
    'Cept for the Pope, maybe, in Rome
    *Solo*

    Yeah, yeah, God is great
    Yeah, yeah, God is good
    Yeah, yeah, yeah yeah yeah
    What if God was one of us?
    Just a slob like one of us?
    Just a stranger on the bus
    Just trying to make his way back home
    Like a holy rolling stone
    D sustained
    Back up to heaven all alone
    Just trying to make his way home
    Nobody callin' on the phone
    'Cept for the Pope, maybe, in Rome...
    Just what does this prove?

    -Hikage

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  • Hikage
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    Sanitarium,

    I realize that you said that your post was your last, so I'll try to honor that by not posting anything that needs retorted.

    I will admit tho, that I am upset that you opted to end the discussion there. You said that you knew where the discussion was going. There exists in this world people who have done the research and who know more about this debate than the average Joe you meet on the street, as we have not yet scratched the surface of this. We have only debate the common issues that come up beyond what shows up on coctail napkins. There is so much more to this. I can't help but wonder if you saw this and thus called an end to it.

    Dissapointed,
    Hikage

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  • Toudiyama[NL]
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    Originally posted by gregimotis
    It is the final proof of God's omnipotence that he need not exist in order to save us.
    -- Peter De Vries


    A man's ethical behavior should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and social ties; no religious basis is necessary. Man would indeed be in a poor way if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hope of reward after death.
    -- Albert Einstein

    First name sounds dutch
    Second statement is how I live my life
    I have ethics and morals, without being rewarded for it or punished for bad behaviour
    I am an atheist and therefore think there is no afterlife
    I do not need to be threatened, I won't kill, I won't sleep with another mans girlfriend/wife, I try to help people within my powers

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  • Bjjexpertise@be
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    I found something that will answer all our questions. scroll down and read.










    If God had a name, what would it be?
    And would you call it to His face if you were faced with him
    In all his glory? What would you ask
    If you had just one question?
    D E
    Yeah, yeah, God is great
    Yeah, yeah, God is good
    Yeah, yeah, yeah yeah yeah
    F#m D A E
    What if God was one of us?
    Just a slob like one of us?
    Just a stranger on the bus
    Trying to make his way home...

    If God had a face, what would it look like?
    And would you want to see, if seeing meant that you would have to
    Believe in things like heaven and in Jesus
    And the saints and all the prophets?
    Yeah, yeah, God is great
    Yeah, yeah, God is good
    Yeah, yeah, yeah yeah yeah
    What if God was one of us?
    Just a slob like one of us?
    Just a stranger on the bus
    Trying to make his way home
    Back up to heaven all alone
    Nobody callin' on the phone
    'Cept for the Pope, maybe, in Rome
    *Solo*

    Yeah, yeah, God is great
    Yeah, yeah, God is good
    Yeah, yeah, yeah yeah yeah
    What if God was one of us?
    Just a slob like one of us?
    Just a stranger on the bus
    Just trying to make his way back home
    Like a holy rolling stone
    D sustained
    Back up to heaven all alone
    Just trying to make his way home
    Nobody callin' on the phone
    'Cept for the Pope, maybe, in Rome...

    Leave a comment:

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