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As to Creation and ID, the fact that God created us "is easier" to believe than that rubbish you have faith in, because it is garbage and just ridiculous.

Actually studies lead to a deeper faith in God and science is proving God everyday and the more complex science gets, the more Evolution gets the hammer. If you're a Atheist and you are totally blind spiritually, no matter the facts and evidence before you, you will no doubt refuse to acknowledge it. [...]

Prove me wrong, "MR. Blue collar Simpleton Wanna-be play scientist". Oh, you can't. Wow, I knew that would happen.

ArcherX, Myspace 15 Comments [1/17/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Bum

I like how they don't even give me a chance to prove them wrong. What, did they think I'd interrupt them in the middle of their writing or something?

1/18/2006 4:28:46 AM

Cthulhu's Quill

ArcherX rapes children and sheep. If it doesn't then they can come and prove me wrong right here....

Oh, wait, they can't. I knew that would happen.

1/18/2006 5:38:59 AM

Jeremy PC

I don't understand this fundie mindset. Is it just stupidity, or is it lying to say that \"...science is proving God everyday\"?

1/18/2006 5:41:21 AM

Julian

oh no. NOT THIS GUY!!!!

All he ever does is play I am rubber you are glue.

I WISH I WAS KIDDING...

The imbecile nearly gave me a stroke before Christmas. Darn apoplexy!

1/18/2006 5:57:45 AM

Crosis

<<< Actually studies lead to a deeper faith in God and science is proving God everyday >>>

That must be why a greater percentage of scientists (particularly astrophysicists, who would know more about how the universe works than anyone else) are atheists than just about any other profession.

1/18/2006 6:04:18 AM

glyptodon

\"Is it just stupidity, or is it lying to say that '...science is proving God everyday'?\"

No, I think that people do genuinely have the impression that science \"proves\" a lot of their beliefs. It seems to be regurgitated urban-legend style.

1/18/2006 7:03:06 AM

Phil

\"the fact that God created us \"is easier\" to believe than that rubbish you have faith in, because it is garbage and just ridiculous.\"

Taking the grammar as written, he's absolutely correct.

1/18/2006 8:58:37 AM

TheAmazingToby

Good point. Why work for the truth when accepting a fairy tale is so much easier?

1/18/2006 12:49:51 PM

The Last Conformist

\"That must be why a greater percentage of scientists (particularly astrophysicists, who would know more about how the universe works than anyone else) are atheists than just about any other profession.\"

Do you have a reference for this? I was of the impression that astrophysicists were among the scientists more likely to be religious, and that the least religious ones were the biologists.

1/18/2006 1:39:49 PM

Rime

religioustolerance.org had some statistics, and someone else from snopes.com forums also had a statistics regarding scientists and their religious (or lack thereof) convictions.

1/18/2006 8:40:44 PM

Rime

ArcherX, you invoked \"Godwin's\" rule. You lose.

1/18/2006 8:41:28 PM

Crosis

<<< Do you have a reference for this? I was of the impression that astrophysicists were among the scientists more likely to be religious, and that the least religious ones were the biologists. >>>

I'll have to look, it's been a while since I've seen it. (You might be right about it, I do know for sure that physicists and especially astrophysicists were at one extreme. Pretty sure they were least likely to be religious, with biologists a close second, but I might be wrong.)

1/18/2006 10:06:57 PM

Julian

I agree with Crosis.

Both debunk Creationism, one explains the origin of life on Earth, the other the origin of Earth.

Astrophysicis is far more of a black art where only the truly gifted play.

1/19/2006 3:12:26 AM

TDR

\"Astrophysicis is far more of a black art where only the truly gifted play\"

well, shucks.

1/19/2006 9:25:29 PM

Darth Wang

He's just saying that because he's intellecutally incapable of understanding the necessary geology, biology, astronomy, or anything, so he just takes the lazy man's way and goes to religion.

1/20/2006 5:44:19 PM
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