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I do not believe that atheists want proof before believing. They have all the proof they need, and are just rejecting God.

Something has to exist before it can be denied.

Thus the atheist has already heard about God, or he would be ignorant rather than in denial.

Brinkley , RaptureReady 58 Comments [7/31/2009 3:31:45 PM]
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I deny the existence of anthropomorphic animals (aka "Furries") in real life. I especially deny the existence of hot anthropomorphic animal females that have the hots for me.

*waits*

Sorry didn't work. Looks like your logic is false. Damn.

http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/YouFailLogicForever

7/31/2009 7:21:00 PM

Dr. Razark

Observe:

Premise A: "Something has to exist before it can be denied."

Premise B: "I do not believe (deny) that atheists want proof before believing."

Therefore, logically follows Consequence C: Atheists want proof before believing.

Furthermore, they do so, simply because you deny it.

So, it's all YOUR fault. Think god is going to be happy that you made all the atheists want proof before believing? You are going to hell now!

7/31/2009 7:22:08 PM

CatAnon

So, how's the search for those leprechauns going?

7/31/2009 8:37:26 PM

moose

The atheist must have proof,
For he refuses to believe in a spoof,
But for the fundie to think,
That his proof doesnt stink,
Makes him look like an absolute doof.


7/31/2009 8:44:31 PM

jadehawk

wow, what an impressive logic pretzel

there is no proof, there is no god, there is nothing to reject

something doesn't need to exist to not be believed in; the CONCEPT of something is quite sufficient

of course we've heard about God; we are indeed not ignorant, we're however not in denial either. we simply find your "evidence" severely lacking

7/31/2009 9:22:38 PM

ireadabouttheafterlife

How many times must I say that some bronze age mythology written in a book does NOT qualify for proof.

Furthermore the whole "something has to exist before it can be denied," does that mean that you accept that santa claus, the boogeyman, and the tooth fairy exist? Poor poor logic.

7/31/2009 9:23:21 PM

Pule Thamex

I deny the fact that Brinkley exists as a drooling simpleton with less intelligence than a barnacle. Therefore he does.

7/31/2009 9:38:09 PM

Drax

So you believe in Santa Claus?

7/31/2009 9:45:13 PM

Dr. Novakaine

Hey, if God comes down and talks to me personally five seconds after I end this sentence, I will believe in God.

...Nope. Nothing. Sorry, but I'm not seeing the proof you speak of.

By the by, I could say the same thing about you and evolution.

7/31/2009 10:33:18 PM

aaa

Something needs to be proved to exist.

7/31/2009 11:59:04 PM



Hm. You consider no proof at all "all the proof I need"?

Right. Thanks for playing.

8/1/2009 12:52:56 AM

GodotIsWaiting4U

I do not believe that Christians want proof before believing. They have all the proof they need, and are just rejecting Zeus.

Something has to exist before it can be denied.

Thus the Christian has already heard about Zeus, or he would be ignorant rather than in denial.

8/1/2009 1:21:50 AM

Clown

Logic doesn't work that way.

Reality doesn't work that way. /Morbo

8/1/2009 1:34:35 AM

Paler_Face

Something has to exist before it can be denied.

Do you deny the majesty of the Invisible Pink Unicorn?

8/1/2009 2:46:29 AM

Eden

I deny the existence of Sauron, or Orks, or elbs....
so does this mean, all of them exist?

8/1/2009 2:54:23 AM

jz

"Something has to exist before it can be denied"

The contrapositve:

If Something can not be denied then it does not exist.

I can not I deny exist

Therefore I do not exist.

Makes perfect sense.

8/1/2009 3:04:04 AM

LDM

Of course we've heard about God, you idiots won't shut up about him. I for one grew up having my family's religion pounded into my head. We just know what makes sense for us, and what we truly feel in our hearts. Why should we give that up, just because some fat slob living in a trailer park in Oklahoma doesn't like it?

8/1/2009 3:53:26 AM

El Zorro

Lol, if this is what you want to convince yourself...

8/1/2009 9:12:36 AM

Doug

What's some Christian doing espousing Platonism?

8/1/2009 9:43:02 AM

Swedish Pagan

Heard about, yes. Proof for his existence, no.
We have not seen him, nor touched him, nor smelled him, nor heard him.
If the Bible is proof enough, then Of the Origin of Species is proof enough for evolution.

We've heard about Ganesh also, and Pan, and Buddha, do they also exist?

8/1/2009 9:53:46 AM



Anon-e-moose

@#998192

"I deny the existence of anthropomorphic animals (aka "Furries") in real life. I especially deny the existence of hot anthropomorphic animal females that have the hots for me"

I especially deny the existence of Lotte & Aria, the catgirl Lieze Twins from the anime "Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's":



Thus, going by Brinkley's logic, they do exist. Now, Brinks me boy - if you could be so kind as to furnish me with their phone number/e-mail addresses/home address*, then I'd certainly accept the existence of your God (because the fact Lotte & Aria exist in the flesh - and fur - mean there is a God!).

BTW, I imagine WMDKitty looking rather like like Lotte (l). =^_^=

*- Especially as they live here in the UK, with their creator Admiral Gil Graham, now retired from the TSAB; they're his familiars.

8/1/2009 11:20:44 AM

mick

Fail. Epic Fail. We reject the _idea_ of a god or gods. The idea exists, the proof does not. Just like the FSM, or the IPU.

8/2/2009 12:03:00 AM

anti-nonsense

by that logic, Santa Claus exists because there are a lot of people that don't believe in him. Along with Zeus, Thor, Ishtar, and every other god or mythological being ever invented. Including the Flying Spaghetti Monster and the Invisible Pink Unicorn.

8/2/2009 12:38:16 AM



Wehpudicabok beat me to it.
My hat's off to the clown.
Moose! Write dirty limericks for me.
Dr Novakaine won my profound admiration.
It hasn't ALL been said... just enough so that only the brain-dead could ask for more. (Well, the brain-dead and their exact opposite, the fans of Old Viking, but we're a very small crew- just those who've read his work.)

8/2/2009 8:37:36 AM

GigaGuess

So do yo deny the existence of Zeus, or leprechauns?

8/2/2009 9:29:54 AM
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