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Re: Board Purpose

Posted: Wed May 02, 2012 8:44 pm
by Danieltwotwenty
If the ultimate end is in the conversion to Christianity, then as a Jew, I cannot partake, as the issue in the minds of the debaters is closed.


Sounds like your mind is closed with your own presuppositions, I hardly think anyone here does not daily think about what they believe and why they believe it.

Dan

Re: Board Purpose

Posted: Sun May 06, 2012 12:52 am
by 1over137
moonstroller wrote:So, without further ado, If no one can offer me a reason to stay that allows my Jewish religion to stay intact, I have to be traveling along and find another forum where such discussion is for the benefit of all religions and non-religious folk.

John Ray

"Without anyone to challenge your ideas, how could you possibly be wrong?" ~John Ray May 2, 2010


Hi John. You can rest go an look at another forums as well. There is nothing bad in exploring things. I like what is written in the Bible: "But examine everything carefully; hold fast to that which is good." I would be interested in tossing ideas with you. You know, I like to explore what other people think as well.

Re: Board Purpose

Posted: Mon Dec 09, 2013 7:02 am
by dsmith
I have been trying to find out how one sends an attachment to a board. I have done some in-depth research over the years, and would like to see if anyone is interested, but don't plan to hand enter 25 or more pages. How does one go about dropping a research paper as a post?

Re: Board Purpose

Posted: Tue Dec 10, 2013 10:07 am
by 1over137
dsmith wrote:I have been trying to find out how one sends an attachment to a board. I have done some in-depth research over the years, and would like to see if anyone is interested, but don't plan to hand enter 25 or more pages. How does one go about dropping a research paper as a post?


Register users can upload attachment to their post, however newly registered users are not allowed. Until you reach 10 posts you still will be newly registered user.

Re: Board Purpose

Posted: Sat Sep 24, 2016 11:14 pm
by saam123
Danieltwotwenty wrote:
If the ultimate end is in the conversion to Christianity, then as a Jew, I cannot partake, as the issue in the minds of the debaters is closed.


Sounds like your mind is closed with your own presuppositions, I hardly think anyone here does not daily think about what they believe and why they believe it.


Dan


I don't swing that way!

Re: Board Purpose

Posted: Sun Sep 25, 2016 11:35 am
by Philip
Saam: I don't swing that way!


Meaning, you don't believe in the God of the Bible, correct? So, do you believe that whatever you believe alters whatever the actual truth of the matter truly is (as related to God and His existence). Because whenever ANYTHING is true, whatever we believe about it, or don't, doesn't actually alter the reality of whatever the truth of it actually is - correct? So our BELIEF, whatever our belief entails, changes not one thing about the truth of a thing. And whatever we FEEL is true, can often be right or wrong, correct? So, likewise, our feelings about the truth of a thing do not and cannot determine it's truth. And the very same things are true about God, is it not? He either exists or He doesn't. His characteristics are either what Scripture says they are, or not. So the question isn't what we believe to be true (or not), nor what we want to be true (or not), nor what we feel is true (or not). The truth of ANYTHING stands on it's own, unalterable.

The questions, concerning God, are: What are the evidences for His existence, and for Who He might be, or that we could exist without an intelligent cause or great power. IS there something or Someone who is eternal, and what are the examinable evidences for His Identity? That is what this forum is all about!

Re: Board Purpose

Posted: Sat Nov 26, 2016 7:39 am
by bbyrd009
Love believes all things...

i'd think the Big Bang, Bohr's atom, and the double-slit would cover the rest? :)