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no it makes perfect sense.

how can you tell a supernatural claim apart from a natural one?

When a guy says to you: "That magician made a rabbit suddenly appear in his hat. HE REALLY DID!"

This is a supernatural claim.....

or is it?

With today's modern atheism, this is no longer a supernatural claim. FOr things can pop into existence for no reason at all! It is perfectly "natural" for water to change into wine, or a ghost to appear suddenly. There is an "undiscovered" natural law that allows matter and energy to just suddenly start existing in and of itself.

ha ha ha. Amazing religion, for amazing faith. Thus, the supernatural claims of atheism.

emprworm, FED2K Discussion 65 Comments [10/24/2009 7:21:04 AM]
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10/24/2009 7:38:28 AM


Illusionist's tricks are just the pulling a fast one on the audience, and has more similarity with religion's claims than it does atheism.

10/24/2009 7:51:35 AM


For legal reasons, meaning for things like census records, Army records, etc., is atheism defined as a religion. Beyond that, I don't see how not honoring any type of god or having a priesthood makes it a religion. Get that through your head.

10/24/2009 7:53:08 AM


This one should get an award for most total and complete misunderstanding of atheism ever, in the whole history of the world.

10/24/2009 7:57:22 AM

Doctor Whom

Here's a broom. Get rid of all that straw.

10/24/2009 7:59:58 AM


Sorry. Double post. Don't know how that happened :(

10/24/2009 8:05:08 AM

"There is an "undiscovered" natural law that allows matter and energy to just suddenly start existing in and of itself. "

Actually, the laws of physics say the exact opposite. You should try learning about a subject before talking about it.

10/24/2009 8:05:59 AM


Wow, atheism has sure come a long way since yesterday. Not sure I like it anymore.

10/24/2009 8:06:04 AM


How old are you...?

You sound like a pre-schooler, although you do appear to be able to type, so a home-skooler maybe?

10/24/2009 8:10:55 AM


It is perfectly "natural" for water to change into wine, or a ghost to appear suddenly.

Weren't you talking about atheism a second ago?

10/24/2009 8:45:02 AM

Caustic Gnostic

The only reason the bunny trick even works is that the bunny doesn't move around. Try that trick with a cat...!

It's so easy to bamboozle the gullible, as emprworm eloquently demonstrates, but the downside is that they walk away believing they've witnessed some evil magic.

10/24/2009 8:59:51 AM


You're the believers in magical creation. Remember? That God you claim really, really exists.

Stop trying to tranfer silly beliefsa to the other side. Christians are more likely to believe in magic as real

10/24/2009 9:11:45 AM

How. How did you...
I just...
GAH! I'd tell you to pick up any book about stage magic, but you'd probably burn it for being a satanic tome.

10/24/2009 9:33:38 AM


I think Emprworm is one of those creationist nitwits who believe that the Big Bang was an explosion of nothing turning into something, hence the reference to magic.
He only demonstrates his abysmal ignorance of the subject.
I always think it's funny when they can't draw the parallel between a universe that has always existed and their "god-with-no-beginning".

10/24/2009 9:41:45 AM


Oh, for fucks sake.

10/24/2009 9:47:15 AM

Nathan the Wise

I can turn wine into water, if that helps.

10/24/2009 9:58:56 AM


Fail on a truly fucktardian scale!

10/24/2009 10:02:18 AM


Oh man. That's some seriously confused person right there.

10/24/2009 10:02:52 AM


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10/24/2009 10:26:46 AM

Dr. Shrinker

Your analogy doesn't work. Atheists know that the magician is just doing an illusion. It is the religious fanatics who will start screaming, "Burn the witch!"

10/24/2009 11:04:49 AM


Fundies always think the old Cosmological Argument is some sort of silver bullet disproof of atheism. You can't use a question about some unknown thing that happened 14 1/2 billion years ago even to prove one God existed back then, much less still exists today. Cosmological arguments, even if valid, are useless to defend current religious beliefs.

10/24/2009 11:21:20 AM


Failure. The Big Bang was not "everything from nothing"; given what we know about singularities, it was far more like "everything from everything".

10/24/2009 11:32:15 AM


An "undiscovered" natural law?

Strange, I've always called it the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.

10/24/2009 11:36:53 AM


Oh, yea, you know, life has gotten so much easier after scientists invented magic with their science beams.

10/24/2009 11:58:29 AM


No atheist believes in Christ or his miracles. Homeschooled ignorance, is no excuse for stupidity.

10/24/2009 12:16:35 PM

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