'People are Basically Good' 2 broken links

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'People are Basically Good' 2 broken links

Postby Hortator » Mon Nov 09, 2015 9:01 am

http://www.godandscience.org/apologetic ... egood.html

References number 2 and 5 lead to "404" error pages.

The broken links:

http://paws.wcu.edu/jwhitmire/documents/Obedience.pdf

http://www.radford.edu/~jaspelme/gradso ... ulture.pdf

"That's really all I gawt to say about that."

Also, should there be an official "broken links" topic? Because I have found broken links in other articles before, namely the great, big "Why Natural Evil Must Exist" essay

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Re: 'People are Basically Good' 2 broken links

Postby Kurieuo » Mon Nov 09, 2015 3:36 pm

You should contact Rich: http://www.godandscience.org/formmail1.html

The website was more out of his personal interest I believe. G&S isn't some organisation. And, he's been through a bit the last few years. I'm not really sure what his intentions are. Except we have the board here running, kind of separate from but also linked to/from the main site.

But, do notify him though via that form.
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Re: 'People are Basically Good' 2 broken links

Postby MBPrata » Mon Nov 09, 2015 6:27 pm

Broken links are relatively common on this website, and that's one of the reasons atheists websites claim G&S of being outdated...which doesn't help convincing people with doubt or indecisions. :(

Just another example: http://www.salon.com/2012/04/21/near_de ... singleton/

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Re: 'People are Basically Good' 2 broken links

Postby B. W. » Mon Nov 09, 2015 11:45 pm

The problem also is the result of other websites discontinuation of links this site has linked too.

Feel free to find as many as you can and let us know...
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Re: 'People are Basically Good' 2 broken links

Postby Hortator » Tue Nov 17, 2015 9:31 am

B. W. wrote:The problem also is the result of other websites discontinuation of links this site has linked too.

Feel free to find as many as you can and let us know...
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That just seems wrong to me on so many levels, that some websites would do that to us....

I like this website, and want to see it shine. I'll look for more broken links when I get home from school.

A year later and I still haven't delivered on that promise xD

I think, if people need to verify Rich Deem's claims, when the data is pretty much readily available out there already with enough hand motions, then they're just trying to discredit what he says because of what he says.

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Re: 'People are Basically Good' 2 broken links

Postby Littlefinger » Mon May 22, 2017 4:41 pm

I do not agree that people are basically good, that would seem to contradict both evidence by science, history and the Bible. Look at the evidence. People make Hitler president, they crucify Christ. Edward Snowden who fight for truth and right to choice of privacy has to leave his country, Donald Trump who is caught in many lies and care nothing about peoples right to privacy and even boast of groping in public is made President.

Napoleon is more popular in France than Claude Debussy.
Scandinavia hail brutal Vikings over moral scientific minds like Kirkegård. Dalai Lama has to leave his country, wars and world wars with more killings than ever happens in the last century. Humans fear humans so much that limiting freedom and rights in the name of "security" makes sense to people, and spending more money on military than education and science does too. Nationalism is more prevalent than Altruism. What does all of this really say about people?

Jeremiah 17:5-8 teach "cursed is the man who trust in man" and the Bible condemns the rich and claims the first shall be last and the last first. All of this point to that humans are not good, for they can not handle power and truth without abusing it.

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Re: 'People are Basically Good' 2 broken links

Postby PaulSacramento » Tue May 23, 2017 5:29 am

People are basically good, that is why the majority do not commit crimes ( simplification, I know), that said, can I ask you this?
Do you lock your doors at night or when you are not home?

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Re: 'People are Basically Good' 2 broken links

Postby thatkidakayoungguy » Tue May 23, 2017 1:16 pm

[quote="PaulSacramento"]People are basically good, that is why the majority do not commit crimes ( simplification, I know), [quote]
Yet we still commit crimes against the LORD, even if it's something like lying or lust.

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Re: 'People are Basically Good' 2 broken links

Postby PaulSacramento » Wed May 24, 2017 4:50 am

There is good in the common sense usage and good in the biblical sense and NO ONE is good in the biblical sense.


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