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If humans such as yourself had written the bible, then they would have thought that everyone would love Christ, just as you have. But humans did not write the bible which is why the bible prophecies the opposite prophecies that humans would come up with which have also come true. This is another proof that only an infallible entity like the Holy Spirit could have written the bible.

Carico, Atheist Network 11 Comments [10/18/2005 12:00:00 AM]
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Spaz

Can't say I disagree...since I don't know what the fuck he just said.

10/19/2005 3:33:02 AM

Kimball Khan

Uhh... wasn't the bible written by the disciples and other people who supposedly witnessed Christs life?

10/19/2005 4:06:40 AM

Crosis

Anyone with even a basic grasp of human nature knows that nobody's gonna get universal love, especially not someone who is disrupting the order of the world as they know it (even if in a good way).

It doesn't take much to guess that a religious leader with a radically different view of things than a lot of people is going to get bashed. Stating the blindingly obvious doesn't count as a fulfilled prophecy, sorry.

10/19/2005 4:50:21 AM

Darth Wang

.....what?

10/19/2005 6:44:48 AM

Ratman

I have no clue what this guy is saying.

10/20/2005 1:10:19 PM

Kimball Khan

He is saying that because he thinks that humans wouldn't prophesize the prophecies written in the bible, it must not have been written by humans. The only problem is that he doesn't realize that people don't all think identically, and that it would have been relatively easy for one(or a group of) nut job(s) to buck the curve and prophesize the stuff in the bible, and write about it, or have someone write about it. I mean how sane/sober are you if you are seeing people walking on water and flaming bushes that speak(assuming that atheists are correct, and there is no god)?

10/20/2005 7:48:03 PM

Crosis

Besides that, Kimball, people know better than to think someone who's proposing a radical change in your worldview is going to get a massive standing ovation (as Carico seems to think people would have said).

People don't like changes - especially people in a position of power, because change is more likely to move them down than up. Accepting Jesus's words would have been a big change, and he was pretty clear on what he thought of a lot of the people in power (the Pharisees, for instance). Is it any wonder he was misliked?

10/20/2005 9:09:28 PM

CousinTed

I think that's more a catch-22 situation. Not proof of divine inspiration.

10/22/2005 5:50:04 AM

Rime

CousinTed: Shhh. Carico is convinced AND she's a Christian. Therefore she is right and you are wrong.

* Turns off sarcasm generator *

10/22/2005 11:25:34 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Actually it was ten chimps at typewriters.

9/21/2012 7:41:30 AM



Is the Holy spirit perhaps short sighted because he got the number of legs on an insect wrong. Also bats are not birds.

9/21/2012 8:38:27 AM
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