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Post by dorkmaster » Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:21 pm

I hope nobody has posted this yet, but has anyone seen this site? Any thoughts or opinions?

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Post by neo-x » Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:35 pm

it is unreasonable :lol: frankly there are converts out of Christianity who always talk like this, nothing new. The big thing is that despite all his mumbo jumbo, of how he was a very active christian, he surely does not seem to know much. when someone says,
I do not believe in unicorns, ghosts, leprechauns, dragons, tooth-fairies, and many other things.
my general impression is, he never read the bible clearly (as I am sure it never talks about these things in particular) or never understood the true Word of God, Jesus Christ.

The fact is when you apply critical thinking to atheism, you only get denial to know a higher power. It is not enlightenment, simply denial.
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Post by Noah1201 » Fri Aug 05, 2011 8:24 am

neo-x wrote: my general impression is, he never read the bible clearly (as I am sure it never talks about these things in particular) or never understood the true Word of God, Jesus Christ.
:roll: He never says that this is what the Bible teaches.

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Post by DannyM » Fri Aug 05, 2011 9:01 am

I do not believe in unicorns, ghosts, leprechauns, dragons, tooth-fairies, and many other things
:brick: :beat:
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Post by Gman » Fri Aug 05, 2011 11:22 am

DannyM wrote:
I do not believe in unicorns, ghosts, leprechauns, dragons, tooth-fairies, and many other things
:brick: :beat:
Yes.. I don't believe in Godless "chance" via evolution either. Did he mention hob-goblins too? You would think we were in Disneyland where magic rules.. :P
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Post by August » Fri Aug 05, 2011 11:58 am

On a more serious note, people like this are almost always blissfully unaware of the disciplines required to gain a deep and fruitful understanding of Christianity, of the preconditions we need to meet and account for before we can even understand anything, and the incredible depth of Christian scholarship that exists, with just about more quality and quantity than any other single topic on the planet....yet we continue to be entertained by kindergarten atheists who breathlessly trot out arguments as if the whole body of theologians, philosophers, scientists and scholars have never heard of or seen said arguments, and addressed them ad nauseam.
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Post by SnowDrops » Sat Aug 06, 2011 12:58 pm

I found the site a couple of weeks ago. I think it should be called "A collection of standard false atheist converts arguments". Was rather interesting actually, in some sense. Nothing new though in terms of arguments.
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