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User avatar #19 - thatawesomekid (05/28/2012) [-]
Evolution: Everything we know today came from nothing.
#151 to #19 - baconmaybebacon (05/29/2012) [-]
big bang you stupid faggot. Try harder.
User avatar #364 to #151 - TheTurnbull (05/29/2012) [-]
Which is essentially saying out of nothing something appeared and an explosion happened which created life. I dunno about you, but whenever I see an explosion, the most it creates is a hole in the ground. If scientists really believed in the big bang, wouldn't you think they'd check out every explosion for the possibly of it creating something new?
User avatar #191 to #151 - thatawesomekid (05/29/2012) [-]
Yes, a giant explosion out of nowhere, that came from nothing created everything. Seems legit.
#51 to #19 - anon (05/29/2012) [-]
Everything we know today came from existing inorganic components. Stars fused atoms into most of the elements of organic life, heat and electricity form proteins (miller-urey experiment and follow ups proves this)

Creationism: a super powerful being came from nothing and magically poofed things into existence
User avatar #113 to #51 - thatawesomekid (05/29/2012) [-]
Except that, in Christianity, he always existed, hurr. If things could come from nothing, then I may accept atheism as you say. Even then it's a long shot due to all the "by chance" stuff.

And yes, because inorganic components came from...nothing right? Did they magically pop into existence like you claim God did? Right. I also love how you intentionally explain the atheistic evolution theory as more biased in your favor, though that's standard behavior.
#156 to #113 - baconmaybebacon (05/29/2012) [-]
>long shot

I talked to a Christian once and said, "What's your excuse for carbon dating, fossils and the ice man?" he only replied with "Faith". Now faith is a long shot as well, right?
User avatar #190 to #156 - thatawesomekid (05/29/2012) [-]
Whether or not evolution happened isn't what I argue. What I argue against is atheistic evolution

Also, nice little piece of info there.
#422 to #190 - baconmaybebacon (05/29/2012) [-]
what's the difference in the two?
User avatar #423 to #422 - thatawesomekid (05/29/2012) [-]
Herp derp

Atheistic evolution: Evolution set in place from nothing by nothing

Theistic evolution: Evolution set in place by a supernatural being.
User avatar #22 to #19 - noblexfenrir (05/28/2012) [-]

Everything we know today came from hundreds of millions of years of genetic "Trial and error", and it is still going on.
User avatar #23 to #22 - thatawesomekid (05/28/2012) [-]
Came from nothing in the beginning for no reason, as I said.
User avatar #25 to #23 - noblexfenrir (05/28/2012) [-]
No? Evolution does not saying something came from nothing. Evolution is a progressive theory, not one making any claims about the beginning of it all.

User avatar #26 to #25 - thatawesomekid (05/28/2012) [-]
User avatar #37 to #26 - quesocnkane ONLINE (05/29/2012) [-]
Get destroyed. You acted just like a TRUE Christian. Cant win in a logical argument? Thats fine. Just sit and pout.
User avatar #109 to #37 - thatawesomekid (05/29/2012) [-]
No, I just didn't see him come up with an actual rebuttal to my pointing out their theory of everything in this world coming from nothing, so I didn't bother. Though of course, the more idiotic atheists such as yourself would assume that.
User avatar #356 to #109 - TheTurnbull (05/29/2012) [-]
I didn't see him counter point at all either, they ignored your point and just shoot you down, welcome to arguments with atheists, they won't listen to you and call you ignorant,
User avatar #384 to #356 - thatawesomekid (05/29/2012) [-]
I excpected that from the very beginning. Though it's nice to see someone on my side, religious or not.
User avatar #386 to #384 - TheTurnbull (05/29/2012) [-]
I'm a christian, had a time where I wasn't, but then I looked at the evidence from both sides. I find it easier to believe an all power being created everything as opposed to us coming from abortively nothing at all. It's ******* stupid. They're confusing natural selection with evolution
User avatar #390 to #386 - thatawesomekid (05/29/2012) [-]
I was the exact same way. Was an atheist, but in the end, I find it easier to believe that the world was made by an all powerful being rather than absolutely nothing. it just made no sense to me.
User avatar #392 to #390 - TheTurnbull (05/29/2012) [-]
I know right? If you're more curious about the subject you can check out You need to login to view this link . They answer hate mail with sound logic and reasoning and got some phenomenal articles and explain everything with christian science (It's like regular science but they don't justify it with random chance)
User avatar #393 to #392 - thatawesomekid (05/29/2012) [-]
I see. This is very helpful. Thank you.
User avatar #395 to #393 - TheTurnbull (05/29/2012) [-]
Not a problem, next time you get in an argument with idiots (which happens if you're religious on funnyjunk), show them some scientific proof and if they refuse to read it and persist, then they're in the wrong and you've done what you did. Have a great day sir.
User avatar #396 to #395 - thatawesomekid (05/29/2012) [-]
You too good sir, glad I met someone like you here. It isn't often at all.
User avatar #69 to #37 - TheTurnbull (05/29/2012) [-]
Wow, prejudice much? I get a **** ton of hate from atheists just because I want to have an invisible friend? I know it sounds stupid and even crazy, but life's too short for you to worry about my beliefs and what ever I want to ******* do with my time
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