- Oct 17, 2015
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More straw men. I provided my video in the OP to explain my thoughts. If you only could focus on the arguments presented, then we may gotten somewhere. For example, she could not focus on the other rules after doing the first one. Maybe she just wanted alcohol too badly. Logically, she could have set the alarm for 8:30 pm and read her book or watched tv using the password to pass the time. Then she could've drank the entire bottle and ate something before the hour was up. She could've gone to sleep afterward.You are not explaining why there are Christians breaking state law and the Ten Commandments, which is related to the premise of the opening argument that atheists are inclined to not follow rules, and that Christians are inclined to follow rules.
Your argument suggests that atheist are just as proportionately inclined to violate state law as Christians, which therefore invalidates the opening post's argument. Do you understand that?
I agree that it is equal proportion. That is the premise of my argument, which is to invalidate the opening poster's argument that atheists have a hard time following the rules more than that of theists (Christians).
You didn't even mention leaving the doors unlocked and phone turned off. That would be troubling when you do not know the person you are working for. You could've made a good argument for breaking those rules, but it didn't occur to you.