start at the beginning and work your way down :D
Good grief. Do you have all day? A "persistent moral sense in the heart" is "evidence" of God's existence? Wow. What an idiot.
I think there's something delightful about citing "the Bible" as evidence for the existence of God. It's like humming a bar of "Sex Farm" as evidence of the reality of Spinal Tap.
Indeed Balbulican, it's like, "Circular Definition; See Definition Circular"
It's gotten more hilarious, he's given it a new thread. I suppose he thinks he's "winning"??? I guess I'm losing by spending my time there.*cries* I gotta do something while I wait for Hellboy II to hit theaters.
It all makes perfect sense. Well... actually it doesn't, but I'm sure it will after I down that 40 pounder of Pusser's Rum. (I'll get a 2nd bottle just in case.)
They don't seem to realize that (as was pointed out in the comments) these arguments can just as well be used to support existence of Zeus, Allah, or The Flying Spaghetti Monster. My favourite in this vein is C S Lewis' "Liar, Lunatic, or Lord" argument. Setting aside the fact that it fails as evidence in any case, how about:Mohammad - Prevaricator, Psychopath, or Prophet?Zeus - Deceiver, Dingbat, or Diety?Buddha - Bastard, Batty, or, well, Buddha?This is fun.
"The Bible is primary evidence for a holy, just, powerful, faithful God"... and the novel "IT" is primary evidence for a bloodthirsty clown named Pennywise.
Dave, there isn't enough rum in the Caribbean for this guy to make sense, I think you'll have to have someone hit you on the head with the bottle several times for him to even start to make sense
... and the novel "IT" is primary evidence for a bloodthirsty clown named Pennywise.Gaaaaahhhh - that book scared the crap outta me, JJ. I hate clowns ...
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