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im a christian and i believe in god but obviously they say"there is no proof"
ummm...the bible of course!
i guess those people that dont believe want to burn in hell for eternity!

jons babe, Yahoo Answers 62 Comments [7/30/2008 6:15:33 PM]
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Fenrir

Circular reasoning makes me dizy

7/30/2008 6:18:39 PM

emau99

[...i guess those people that dont believe want to burn in hell for eternity!]

...either that, or they've actually thought about it, and reached a different conclusion.

7/30/2008 6:19:03 PM

aaa

I heard they have a good sauna.

7/30/2008 6:20:30 PM

Rainking

Of course! (smacks forehead)

And, by extension, Sauron exists because the proof is in Lord of the Rings.

7/30/2008 6:20:56 PM

Paschal Wagner

I guess all those people who don't sacrifice to Odin don't want to go to Valhalla.

7/30/2008 6:24:30 PM

agentCDE

Casino Royale therefore James Bond. Ian Fleming, of course, is the one true prophet.

7/30/2008 6:26:13 PM



Cue "I'm spinnin'" pic

7/30/2008 6:27:30 PM

Malkavian Jeff

P
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What does that spell? POE!!!!!!

7/30/2008 6:29:19 PM

Amanda

Boring. This argument is used too much. :/

7/30/2008 6:30:19 PM

Allegory for Jesus

<-----God is real because the Bible says he is real!

How does the Bible count as good evidence? 'Cause God wrote it.

How do I know that God is real?----->

7/30/2008 6:32:09 PM

Doctor Whom

im a muslim and i believe in allah but obviously they say"there is no proof"
ummm...the qur'an of course!
i guess those people that dont believe want to burn in hell for eternity!

7/30/2008 6:35:32 PM

Sentinel

Good grief, even the bible says that God was around before the bible, so does that mean there was no proof before the bible?

7/30/2008 6:35:44 PM

Osiris

I believe in Aslan. The proof is the Chronicles of Narnia.

7/30/2008 6:36:13 PM

Dark_Lord_Prime

I believe in Aslan. The proof is the Chronicles of Narnia.

Technically, that's the exact same argument as the OP, since Chronicles and Aslan are analogs of the Bible and Jesus.


:P

7/30/2008 6:42:28 PM

Mister Spak

im a muslim and i believe in allah but obviously they say"there is no proof"
ummm...the koran of course!
i guess those infidels want to burn in hell for eternity!

Fixed.

7/30/2008 6:45:19 PM

Jay-Sus

I believe in the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Do I have proof? Me throwing freshly made spaghetti at you of course! Also if it sticks to you it's done.

7/30/2008 6:50:13 PM

LOLWUT

Some people seem to harbour a deep contempt towards logic.

7/30/2008 6:51:55 PM

hmmmm

I believe in Aslan. The proof is the Chronicles of Narnia.

I believe in and worship Anna Popplewell. :D

7/30/2008 6:53:18 PM

Papabear

Ummm... the Bible, of course, is no proof at all. The fact that the book "The Cat in the Hat" exists doesn't prove that any of it's contents are true.

7/30/2008 7:23:20 PM

approximate

One more time for the world:

Hell is spending an eternity with the likes of you.

7/30/2008 7:27:50 PM

Airbag

You lose logic game. Please try again.

7/30/2008 7:36:05 PM

tracer

Ah, but you see, the Bible is clearly more true than all those OTHER books out there, because if you don't believe in it they'll chop your head off.

7/30/2008 7:40:29 PM

Old Viking

Oh, darn, the Bible. Of course, of course. I forgot all about the Bible.

7/30/2008 7:42:57 PM

Delmania

@Dark_Lord_Prime

No, they're not. They were influenced, but none of the Narnia books are supposed to be allegories for the Bible.

Citation: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Chronicles_of_Narnia#Christian_parallels

However, once again, there is no way to prove the existence of God. On the flip side, you can't disprove it either. That is why belief in Him takes faith.

7/30/2008 7:47:42 PM

Angmar

How can you want to burn in hell if you don't believe in the religion that sends you there? DUMB DUMB DUMB.

7/30/2008 8:11:36 PM
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