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11-12-2014, 12:10 PM
RE: Using the Ontological argument to prove that I am God
That's OK, I never believed I existed anyway.
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22-12-2014, 03:37 PM
RE: Using the Ontological argument to prove that I am God
(10-12-2014 02:39 PM)tear151 Wrote:  (I know this is obviously fallacious, I just think it's funny)

The Ontological argument

1. God is defined as a perfect being and the first of all things

2. Perfection implies existing

3. Therefore God exists

If we assume this reasoning is actually valid, it then follows

1. If a perfect being created something perfect, then it would have competition and something to challenge it's perfection, so a perfect being can't create a perfect being

2. If a perfect being created an imperfect being, it's creative abilities are imperfect and that is a contradiction.

Therefore

God can't create anything, therefore God is the only thing

1. Cogito ergo sum ( I think therefore I am)

2. God exists and is the only existing thing

therefore

Me and God must be the same entity to satisfy this

therefore

I am a perfect being, and I am God

God can do whatever it wants. It can make contradictions true. God is above logic.

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22-12-2014, 05:54 PM
RE: Using the Ontological argument to prove that I am God
(22-12-2014 03:37 PM)diddo97 Wrote:  
(10-12-2014 02:39 PM)tear151 Wrote:  (I know this is obviously fallacious, I just think it's funny)

The Ontological argument

1. God is defined as a perfect being and the first of all things

2. Perfection implies existing

3. Therefore God exists

If we assume this reasoning is actually valid, it then follows

1. If a perfect being created something perfect, then it would have competition and something to challenge it's perfection, so a perfect being can't create a perfect being

2. If a perfect being created an imperfect being, it's creative abilities are imperfect and that is a contradiction.

Therefore

God can't create anything, therefore God is the only thing

1. Cogito ergo sum ( I think therefore I am)

2. God exists and is the only existing thing

therefore

Me and God must be the same entity to satisfy this

therefore

I am a perfect being, and I am God

God can do whatever it wants. It can make contradictions true. God is above logic.

So am I, if I'm above logic how can you tell me I'm wrong when I say the bibles not true? I am perfect and spaceless and timeless and you cannot comprehend my majesty!

(There is a serious point here that if I can just assert the things applied to God to myself with the same effect it points out a pretty obvious flaw)

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22-12-2014, 07:26 PM
RE: Using the Ontological argument to prove that I am God
(10-12-2014 02:39 PM)tear151 Wrote:  (I know this is obviously fallacious, I just think it's funny)

The Ontological argument

1. God is defined as a perfect being and the first of all things

2. Perfection implies existing

3. Therefore God exists

If we assume this reasoning is actually valid, it then follows

1. If a perfect being created something perfect, then it would have competition and something to challenge it's perfection, so a perfect being can't create a perfect being

2. If a perfect being created an imperfect being, it's creative abilities are imperfect and that is a contradiction.

Therefore

God can't create anything, therefore God is the only thing

1. Cogito ergo sum ( I think therefore I am)

2. God exists and is the only existing thing

therefore

Me and God must be the same entity to satisfy this

therefore

I am a perfect being, and I am God

Wait. You're channeling Egnoramus, right ?

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22-12-2014, 07:57 PM
RE: Using the Ontological argument to prove that I am God
(10-12-2014 02:39 PM)tear151 Wrote:  I am a perfect being, and I am God

Okay, now let me spell it out for you ... "God."

If you put that rotten kid of yours back on the earth again like you did 2000 years ago we are gonna bring the bitch a whole lot more pain than old Pilate could ever deliver.

Bring it on, bitch!

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22-12-2014, 09:57 PM
RE: Using the Ontological argument to prove that I am God
(22-12-2014 05:54 PM)tear151 Wrote:  
(22-12-2014 03:37 PM)diddo97 Wrote:  God can do whatever it wants. It can make contradictions true. God is above logic.

So am I, if I'm above logic how can you tell me I'm wrong when I say the bibles not true? I am perfect and spaceless and timeless and you cannot comprehend my majesty!

(There is a serious point here that if I can just assert the things applied to God to myself with the same effect it points out a pretty obvious flaw)

Ok, then. Prove to me your divine power. Give to me what I desire most. Good luck. Drinking Beverage

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23-12-2014, 01:16 AM
RE: Using the Ontological argument to prove that I am God
(10-12-2014 06:04 PM)Mathilda Wrote:  Yeah sounds reasonable to me. How do you want me to worship you?
Send money!

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23-12-2014, 05:23 AM
RE: Using the Ontological argument to prove that I am God
(22-12-2014 09:57 PM)diddo97 Wrote:  
(22-12-2014 05:54 PM)tear151 Wrote:  So am I, if I'm above logic how can you tell me I'm wrong when I say the bibles not true? I am perfect and spaceless and timeless and you cannot comprehend my majesty!

(There is a serious point here that if I can just assert the things applied to God to myself with the same effect it points out a pretty obvious flaw)

Ok, then. Prove to me your divine power. Give to me what I desire most. Good luck. Drinking Beverage

I dont have to prove myself to puny mortals.

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23-12-2014, 05:25 AM (This post was last modified: 23-12-2014 02:49 PM by tear151.)
RE: Using the Ontological argument to prove that I am God
Yes please do send money, do you not remember the old parable where jesus descends from heaven and st Peter lends him £20 for an Indian takeaway?

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