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I'm a theist and changing the beliefs of atheists is my mission.
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I'm an atheist and I'm as willing to test my own beliefs as I am in challenging the beliefs of others.
I'm an atheist and changing the beliefs of theists is my mission.
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08-10-2017, 11:47 AM (This post was last modified: 08-10-2017 12:40 PM by Bucky Ball.)
RE: How important is influencing the religious views of others to your being here?
There are no original editions of any Christian "scripture". When Timothy said "all scripture is "god-breathed", there was no canon, (yet), so we don't even know what he was talking about. There are countess variations ... but that isn't even the real problem. The problem, is Christianity does not "flow" from the Hebrew roots it claims.
http://www.thethinkingatheist.com/forum/...other-Look




This guy needs to order this book :
https://www.amazon.com/How-Not-Share-You...your+faith

Then he needs to go take a class on how humans learn, and why they learn, and when are they ready to learn. How many times in real life, do we, as adults want to take someone's head off for being a fool, but keep it to ourselves until the moment is right, and they "are ready to hear" something, (the teachable moment) ?

The fact is, he didn't even bother to define "evil", (or "existence" for that matter). He's an amateur trying to play with the big kids ... but still in the sand-box, theologically, and philosophically.
He doesn't *even* know how to "theo-babble" yet. Christian theology says "all of nature fell" with the sin of Adam. (LOL)
https://creation.com/the-fall-a-cosmic-catastrophe
There is no evidence for this nonsense. Nature is the same as it always was.

In fact, there is NOT ONE THING anyone can demonstrate that changed AFTER the "sacrifice" of Jesus, that wasn't EXACTLY the same before he (supposedly) existed. Death and nature ALWAYS worked IN EXACTLY the same way they do now, before and after Jebus.

The things Christians claim they "get" from "salvation" (from evil), are in fact totally made up nonsense, AND most important, they in no way "flow" organically" from the origins they (cooked up) claim for it :
http://www.thethinkingatheist.com/forum/...ic-Origins

Of course no one will change his mind. The vast majority of those here are guests, who will never register, and that's whom many of us write for.
THEY will at least be exposed to alternative ideas ... so idiots like this present us with the opportunity to shoot down the nonsense presented by these total amateurs. Thank you !!

Insufferable know-it-all.Einstein God has a plan for us. Please stop screwing it up with your prayers.
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