This unbeliever's ears work just fine for hearing things that are really there...
7/5/2008 7:32:44 PM
If only you can hear it, and it disagrees with the evidence, and no one else can verify it without listening to voices in their head rather than concrete, quantifiable facts, it's not truth, Huck.
7/5/2008 8:09:46 PM
You are busted.
7/5/2008 9:08:51 PM
Huur a durr?
RLHuckle: I've got it! I'll just make up both sides of the argument and thus prove I'm right on all accounts.
Atheist: It's quite easy to win an argument when you are the only one talking, isn't it?
RLHuckle: Yes! That's the beauty of it!
Atheist: Indeed... You are an idiot.
RLHuckle: Derpa derp durrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
4/13/2010 10:33:43 PM
*sigh* RLHuckle believes the voice in his head is divine revelation and therefore infallible. So he'll never question it, never doubt it and never disobey it.
Just like the 1000 or so people commited to asylums each year because their "voices" told them to rape or kill. Like the mother in Cleveland
who killed her infant children just like she was "told" to. Why did God want her to kill her children RL? And what had this young mum
done that was so bad God decided she should be battered to death?
I mean, their
voices can't have been wrong could they, RL? Otherwise that would mean yours might be.
4/14/2010 6:32:09 AM
'Truth' is a purely subjective thing After all, to quote L. Ron Hubbard, founder of $cientology:
'What's true, is true for you'
Facts, however, can be proved by hard, solid evidence. Thus facts can never be disputed.
And until you can have that voice in your head, i.e. 'divine inspiration', 'holy spirit' or whatever decoded into audio form, amplified and played on speakers (and recorded), then it's nothing more than schizophrenia. But then, that's religious 'faith' and 'being filled' with the so called 'holy spirit' & supposedly 'God' answering 'prayers' - the ultimate mental handicap.
As every psychiatrist & psychologist can verify by experience. However, if you claim you have a direct line to 'the man upstairs', then the James Randi Educational Foundation would like to hear from you. I'm sure you'd only be too glad to demonstrate to the JREF this miraculous ability, under strict laboratory conditions, and subject to rigorous testing & analysis via various scientific methods. Then the results subject to peer review. There's a cool $1 million if you can prove your 'ability' works. So go ahead, what's stopping you?
"Scripture says the unbeliever has ears but cannot hear"
Can you say 'Delusion', rlhuckle? I refer you to said psychaitrists and psychologists.
4/14/2010 7:47:51 AM
4/14/2010 8:09:11 AM
So...the scripture says there will be people who will not believe as you do, and since there are people who don't, JESUS HALLELUJIAH, THE SCRIPTURE IS RIGHT AGAIN!
I don't think so. That ranks right up there with vaguely worded prophecies that bad things will happen.
4/14/2010 9:07:59 AM