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I am a true Christian I believe in creation. I know where I am going. I have no doubt in god's existence. There is no gamble here. If there was I wouldn't be a true Christian. YOu however have been brainwashed by Professors and Scientist who really can't even fathom the thought of something that they can't see or feel. They are irrelevant, and cannot look outside of the box.

Brooke B, Yahoo Answers 33 Comments [11/2/2008 11:07:44 AM]
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anevilmeme

"They are irrelevant and cannot look outside of the box."

Is it backwards day again?

11/2/2008 11:26:53 AM



"I am a true Christian I believe in creation."

That makes you dumb.


"I know where I am going."

No.


"I have no doubt in god's existence."

A little close-minded, huh?


"There is no gamble here."

Yeah, there is.


"If there was I wouldn't be a true Christian."

All my Christian friends beg to differ.


"YOu however have been brainwashed by Professors and Scientist who really can't even fathom the thought of something that they can't see or feel."

Dark matter?


"They are irrelevant, and cannot look outside of the box."

Ironyyy.

11/2/2008 11:36:16 AM

aaa

You're quite thick.

11/2/2008 11:40:56 AM

Brain_In_A_Jar

They are irrelevant, and cannot look outside of the box.

The scientific "box" is the size of the known material universe, and extends back billions of years compared to your paltry 6000. Isn't that enough for you?

11/2/2008 11:44:21 AM

solomongrundy

Wow, that question was deleted fast!

11/2/2008 11:49:09 AM

Mortok

Something they can't see or feel like, say, gravity? Or radiation? Molecules? Atoms? Electrons? Quarks?

11/2/2008 11:54:03 AM

a mind far far away

"I am a true Christian I believe in creation" I doubt that's the criteria used to determine one's honest faith.

"I know where I am going" Winsconsin?

"There is no gamble here" That's probably a good thing, as you'd probably lose, especially at Black Jack, since you're probably a white fundy racist.

"YOu however have been brainwashed by Professors and Scientist who really can't even fathom the thought of something that they can't see or feel" That's sort of the whole point of reality, and especially science. If we can't see it or feel it, then there's really no point in worrying about it.

"They are irrelevant" Then get off your fucking computer and smash it to bits, or you're going to Winsconsin.

"and cannot look outside of the box" 'The box'? Of what, reality?

11/2/2008 12:13:40 PM

Illuminatalie

"I have no doubt in god's existence"
"They are irrelevant, and cannot look outside of the box"
When you are able to question whether the things you imagine are real or not, then you can call other people narrow minded.

11/2/2008 12:17:54 PM

lol@you

'Professors and Scientist who really can't even fathom the thought of something that they can't see or feel.'

I suppose you can feel and see oxygen then?
How about radiation?
Or natural gas?
Or bacteria?
the list goes on...
And as for looking outside of the box?, and being brainwashed?
Well your argument is just laughable. XD

11/2/2008 1:04:21 PM

John-in-Oz

On the contrary, Scientists believe in lots of invisible unfeelable things. Including magnetic fields and neutrinos, viruses, the strong nuclear force and multitudes more.
The difference is that these things aren't like Santa Claus or Odin, the Easter Bunny or Yahweh- when you look for evidence of these invisible things, the result is not 'nothing'.

11/2/2008 1:25:09 PM

Ambrielle

Alternate Bizarro Universe?

11/2/2008 1:47:42 PM



"Professors and Scientist who really can't even fathom the thought of something that they can't see or feel"

Ever heard of quantum physics, asshat?

11/2/2008 1:58:58 PM

Mister Spak

But at least the box is real. Your fairy tale isn't

11/2/2008 2:32:54 PM

Horsefeathers

"I am a true Christian I believe in creation."

How nice for you. I don't personally give a damn what goofy shit you believe as long as you're not babbling incessantly about it to me or trying to get me to believe it with you.

"I know where I am going."

I doubt you even know where you are half the time, let alone where you're going.

"I have no doubt in god's existence."

Based on?

"There is no gamble here. If there was I wouldn't be a true Christian."

Ask another fundamentalist outside of your church. They'll explain to you why you're not a True Christian™ and why you're headed straight for the pits of hell.

Then you can do the same for him.

"YOu however have been brainwashed by Professors and Scientist who really can't even fathom the thought of something that they can't see or feel."

Subatomic particles can neither be "seen" nor felt. You lose.

"They are irrelevant, and cannot look outside of the box."

Irrelevant? Really now? Tell me that the next time something simple like Penicillin saves your life.

11/2/2008 2:40:49 PM

Headache

Ahhhh! Ok, NOW I get it!

True Christian = Totally uneducated, bigoted, xenophobic asshole.

11/2/2008 3:27:02 PM

LOLWUT

Yeah, professors and scientists are such airheads... what have they ever done to increase our wisdom and expand our horizons?

Oh, wait.

11/2/2008 4:21:24 PM

Aethernaut

Oh the irony, it burns!

11/2/2008 5:25:31 PM

anonymous

Well there's no evidence that anything even exists outside the box.

And numerous tests that attempt to look outside the box have revealed that there's nothing there.

11/2/2008 7:32:29 PM

Old Viking

We're in a box?

11/2/2008 7:41:57 PM

Shadoboy

"They are irrelevant, and cannot look outside of the box."

Do Irony meters enter in tax refunds?

11/2/2008 8:05:40 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Brooke's really stupid.

11/2/2008 8:19:17 PM

Mudflappus

Yep, she's God's little trollop.

11/2/2008 9:25:32 PM

Mitch

As the other guy said, science's 'box' is the entire natural universe.

11/2/2008 10:55:49 PM

Thejebusfire

As opposed to you who has been brainwashed by preachers and sunday school teachers who really can't fathom the thought that their religion might be fake?

11/3/2008 5:16:46 AM

BufferickVonHellbags

this anti-intellectualism movement is really scary, i mean, "brainwashed by professors and scientist"? it's called learning jackass, you should try it.

11/3/2008 5:04:08 PM
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