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Well, this is the bottom line for me. You might have came from an ape, or any of the other liberal Anti-Christian, hard-core evolutionists might have, BUT I DID NOT! I was formed with the care and dilligence of one who has a plan for me and my life, and wants me to spend eternity with him in a place where suffering and despair do not exist. Don't like it? That's your problem, not mine. I can't force anyone to believe the way I do, nor can my brother Jeremiah or any of the others on here. All we can do is direct you towards the truth, of which there is significant evidence should you so choose to get up off your lazy hind-end and research it. But otherwise than that, we have our assurance, and we don't need people like you telling us that we're fools, because it isn't your call as to where we're going. If you feel satisfied in the fact of your belief that once you die, that's it, ka-poof .... hey great, I hope you can find a strong anti-depressant once you hit 70-80, because that's a scary thought. We don't have that problem, we have the assurance of a MUCH GREATER life ahead.

Now ... about that genetic mutation stuff that someone was spouting off about earlier. A genetic mutation is something that happens ONE TIME. It does not pass on to the off-spring, and it does not transfer to the female mate. I was fortunate enough to be a student during a highly informative study during Wednesday night Bible study by a 35+ year experience physician, who was also one of the first to graduate from the local Osteopathic School of Medicine. And also a graduate of one of the major Universities within our state ... needless to say, he knows what he's talking about. He is a good friend of the family, when I can I'll get some more information on the subject from him and post it.

(posted Aug 26 at 1:39 AM)

Lucas, Blogs for Bush 37 Comments [8/29/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Maronan

Well, this is the bottom line for me. You might have came from an ape, or any of the other liberal Anti-Christian, hard-core evolutionists might have, BUT I DID NOT! I was formed with the care and dilligence of one who has a plan for me and my life...


Please show me the exact point on your body that bares the words \"Made on Magrathea.\"

...and wants me to spend eternity with him in a place where suffering and despair do not exist.


He's willing to pay for an eternity with Eccentrica Gallumbits, the triple-breasted whore of Eroticon 6? That sounds wonderful— except that he's going to be there with you the whole time. Damn, you really need to read the fine print.

All we can do is direct you towards the truth, of which there is significant evidence should you so choose to get up off your lazy hind-end and research it.


Yes, the evidence is out there. Unfortunately, it happens to disagree with you.

If you feel satisfied in the fact of your belief that once you die, that's it, ka-poof .... hey great, I hope you can find a strong anti-depressant once you hit 70-80, because that's a scary thought.


My grandmother is well into her 80s, and certainly doesn't need any antidepressants. I've never asked her about her religious beliefs, so I don't know if she's an atheist, but the family's Jewish. None of us have ever believed in an afterlife.

We don't have that problem, we have the assurance of a MUCH GREATER life ahead.


Oops! You made a little typo there. I think you meant to say: \"We don't have that problem, we have the assumption of a MUCH GREATER life ahead.\"

Now ... about that genetic mutation stuff that someone was spouting off about earlier.


If you deem a key aspect of your opponent's evidence to be mere \"spouting off,\" you are obviously not interested in being rational.

A genetic mutation is something that happens ONE TIME. It does not pass on to the off-spring...


Sigh. You ignore a key aspect of your opponent's evidence until you push it away no longer, then deem it mere \"spouting off\" and build a straw man of it to use in your argument.

...and it does not transfer to the female mate.


Everyone knows that. Duh.

You state the obvious, and claim that its opposite is a key part of your opponent's argument. Yeah, that's kinda the definition of a straw man, just so you know.

I was fortunate enough to be a student during a highly informative study during Wednesday night Bible study by a 35+ year experience physician, who was also one of the first to graduate from the local Osteopathic School of Medicine.


check SOURCE
if SOURCE=ASS
IGNORE
if SOURCE=UNRELIABLE
WRITE \"Your source is unreliable.\"
RUN subscript {unreliable_source}
if SOURCE=RELIABLE
AGREE

Your source is unreliable. A doctor is not necessarily an expert in biology, and a DO is not necessarily a legitimate doctor.

9/11/2006 9:17:28 AM

JM

"A genetic mutation is somethhing that happens ONE TIME."

Fail.

6/17/2007 7:00:35 PM

BurntBush

What a fool.

6/17/2007 10:13:23 PM

Dallen

"Now ... about that genetic mutation stuff that someone was spouting off about earlier. A genetic mutation is something that happens ONE TIME. It does not pass on to the off-spring, and it does not transfer to the female mate. I was fortunate enough to be a student during a highly informative study during Wednesday night Bible study by a 35+ year experience physician, who was also one of the first to graduate from the local Osteopathic School of Medicine. And also a graduate of one of the major Universities within our state ... needless to say, he knows what he's talking about."

Well I would have failed the fucker.

6/18/2007 1:41:58 AM

Darwin's Lil Girl

Genetic mutations are heritable. They must be. There can be no change in a person that is not traced to genetics, assuming the change was present at birth.
Seriously, any eleventh-grade biology student knows this!!!!!

12/24/2007 3:16:01 AM

BCD

Yet another that equates physician with biologist, geologist, etc.


12/24/2007 3:39:57 AM

FMG

Newsflash! Osteopaths are not real doctors.

7/6/2008 7:33:15 PM

truthinScience

My Osteogenesis Imperfecta would like to have a word with you about genetic inheritance. Asshole!

8/4/2010 2:17:05 AM

Justanotheratheist

If I were an ape I would be offended to be mentioned in the same paragraph as this imbecile.

Oh yes, and the words "highly informative" and "Bible study" in the same sentence amount to about as classic an oxymoron as one can find anywhere.

8/4/2010 2:39:29 AM

Swede

There, there, dearie. Calm down, we are not out to get you.
What we want is to continue teaching kids scientific facts only in schools.
You have every right to believe whatever you want, as long as you keep it to yourself.
Most of us here has read the Bible, parts of it at least, and we already know about the "evidence" for your "truth".

Many people at the age of 80-90 are rather done with life and content with it ending. Some of these people believe that you go on to a heaven, some that you go to sleep forever. None of these things are the least bit scary, not to me anyway, and I'm only 40 years old. Not that I want to die today, I want to live another 40 or 50 years first, please.

What does a general physician know about geology and biology, that renowned biologists and geologists don't? He probably knows what he's talking about, when the topic is osteopathy. But we are not talking about osteopathy right now, are we?

8/4/2010 2:58:51 AM

Blarghonius

Mutations affect genetics. Genetics are passed down from parent to offspring.

Also, death is scary to living things. Your reaction to it is purely psychotic.

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