Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by Dr Grump, Sep 1, 2009.
hmmmmmmmmmm.... no proof yet.
do you think they take it on faith?
Course they do...heh....Nothing wrong with that, long as they don't demand my kids get taught Bible class, or Koran class or whatever class at school......
Crap, I thought it said "Attention DENTISTS".
I was like, dentists are more religious than others? WTH?
Anyway, Dump, you know there's no evidence. Just as there's no evidence that we evolved from chimps.
Ah, but Babble, there is evidence that some plants and creatures have evolved and adapted to their surrounds.
I know there is no evidence re religion...it's all about faith, which is fine.
How many of these fucking threads are needed? Shit, there's like three already, and I thought christians were bad about shoving their beliefs down people's throats, this is just as bad.
Ah, but I'm not shoving anything down anyone's throat. Where have I asked them to become athiests or perish...
And if you don't like the thread, don't post on it...
You really think they threaten people's lives?
No, they don't, they just preach annoyingly and often to people who don't care, not many, just some. Which is exactly what I am seeing here from the atheists lately. I don't know what fucking bug crawled up your asses but now I got one up mine thanks to this. Their preachiness gets to me to, but this is the most number of simple minded outright anti-religion threads I have seen in the Religion and Ethics section of the message board. It's old, it's annoying, and it's not any better than the religious zealots who scream at you on the street.
God is a fact.
FACT: 1.Knowledge or information based on real occurrences: an account based on fact; a blur of fact and fancy.
a.Something demonstrated to exist or known to have existed: Genetic engineering is now a fact. That Chaucer was a real person is an undisputed fact.
b.A real occurrence; an event: had to prove the facts of the case.
c.Something believed to be true or real: a document laced with mistaken facts.
3.A thing that has been done, especially a crime: an accessory before the fact.
4.Law. The aspect of a case at law comprising events determined by evidence: The jury made a finding of fact.
And HOW does a jury make a finding of fact?
a.To be present at or have personal knowledge of.
b.To take note of; observe.
2.To provide or serve as evidence of.
3.To testify to; bear witness.
4.To be the setting or site of: This old auditorium has witnessed many ceremonies.
5.To attest to the legality or authenticity of by signing one's name to.
Separate names with a comma.