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Reasons [to disbelieve] are man made, they stem from fallible minds. While there may be reasons that advocate the absence of God, these reasons merely destroy the faith's credibility, but never its validity.

1peter315, POD Warrior Forum 3 Comments [10/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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The Duelist

Sure, cause those two things have no connection whatsoever. Uh huh.

8/27/2010 10:53:51 AM

Justanotheratheist

Your opening sentence would be perfect, if you'd dropped the first three letters from the third word.

As for the rest of this word salad - what the fuck?

8/28/2010 1:19:19 AM

Anon-e-moose

"Reasons [to disbelieve] are man made, they stem from fallible minds."

And reasons [to believe] in a man made religion, it stems from the writings of Bronze Age goatfuckers with ideas above their stations.

Your point, 1peter315?

"While there may be reasons that advocate the absence of God"

Such as the main one: why has he never actually fucking shown himself, to prove he exists?

"these reasons merely destroy the faith's credibility, but never its validity."

If something's cerdibility is destroyed, then by definition, it never had any validity in the first place. No 'deities' (certainly no physical proof of their existence), ergo, no religion. QED.

8/28/2010 9:19:40 AM
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