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Sat 7 Aug, 2010 05:05 am - [size=150][color=#008000][b] I've added another point to ignosticims: as each argument for Him fails and each against Him succeeds, He loses a referent and thus cannot possibly exist! And as... (view)
Sat 7 Aug, 2010 04:49 am - [color=#008080]Greatest I Am, ah, should you even take the metaphors and salvation as plausible? Why not become a modern deist? And why that anthology over other holy scriptues?[/color] (view)
Sat 7 Aug, 2010 04:30 am - [color=#004080][i]Salima, yes, we atheists have a morality that does not derive from the supernatural contrary to what some supernaturalists espouse. We atheists differ on how to arrive at it.. I... (view)
Sat 7 Nov, 2009 12:49 pm - No, without the brain, no mind can possibly exist. Lo, when a part of the brain is damaged, so is the mind. No one can define God as having a mind without a brain- just another it must be of... (view)
Tue 20 Oct, 2009 04:50 pm - Gojo1978, amen, amen and indeed! As an ignostic, I find that He lacks meaning in that His attributes are incoherent and contradict each other, and even the arguments for Him reflect that... (view)
Sun 27 Sep, 2009 03:16 pm - [B] Klethi[/B]l[B], one cannot postulate into existence as Lord Russell notes about some other matter but would indeed find it true here or as Dr. Jonathon Harrison notes under the rubric of... (view)
Sun 27 Sep, 2009 02:07 pm - One cannot by definition instantiate God as Dr. Jonathon Harrison notes in " God, Freedom and Immortality or Lord Russell notes about another matter but would include Him here, for sure,... (view)
Fri 23 Jan, 2009 06:59 pm - [I]No, your response does not answer the query why the inconsistency on His part to have the same kind of beings in both places if in one beings have free will and have a guarantee not to do... (view)
Sun 2 Nov, 2008 08:02 pm - :bigsmile:Nay, that is no such thing as so many believe in Him in that manner! I refer to any supernatural being [ The pantheistic God is Nature itself; I am with Quinten Simith, a naturalist... (view)
Wed 22 Oct, 2008 05:58 pm - [INDENT]:detective: Not only are natural causes and explanations efficient they are also necessary, primary and sufficient as the presumption of naturalism reveals: they are the sufficient reason,... (view)
 
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