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Salamenceco

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Date Signed Up:1/28/2010
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#230 - Picture 11/18/2012 on Roses are red +2
#195 - Picture 11/14/2012 on Gamers +10
#95 - Picture 11/04/2012 on I cry ever tim +10
#156 - I wouldn't have because Disney is complete trash, now. Besides…  [+] (2 replies) 11/01/2012 on George Lucas +1
#171 - deadlyambitions (11/01/2012) [-]
u know they had a huge part in the avengers
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#157 - supermegasherman (11/01/2012) [-]
money is like women, the more the better, until they get old and wrinkly. then you switch them for new ones.
whats wrong with more money? he'll probably just give to charity anyway.

or buy another house... yeah he'll buy another house.
#652 - Yeah... I don't like the Bible, so that really has no relevanc…  [+] (1 reply) 10/28/2012 on Christian logic 0
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#775 - pseudobob (10/28/2012) [-]
Until we discover what actually created the Universe, I have no reason to deny that. Hell, a superior being is definitely a possibility. What's more, I'm remembering an idea that could go either way, but is also supported by both theories.

The idea that the Universe came from nothing is mathematically sound. I mean, you divide 0 into two equal parts, what do you get? Infinity and Negative-Infinity. That's the non-universe before the Big Bang, and then matter and anti-matter. It works.

The explanation that a God did that for whatever reason, then sat back with soda and popcorn for 13.7 billion years, is pretty entertaining. And I can't disprove it. Whatever floats your boat.
#646 - I still don't see how you're getting anywhere.  [+] (3 replies) 10/28/2012 on Christian logic 0
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#651 - pseudobob (10/28/2012) [-]
Allow me to restate. Not all things in the bible are false, in fact there is a large amount of historical data in the Old Testament and a good dose of it in the New. So it makes sense that not all Jews or Christians or Muslims, or any other believer of a religion, believes in complete falsehood.

I'll just go ahead and say that the Catholic Church accepts Evolution as a valid theory.

So, if somebody comes up to me and tells me that God made the Earth in the last ten thousand years, I'd disagree with them. They would get angry at my lack of faith and perhaps ask why I don't believe. I'd tell why I don't and ask them to show their work.

Sometimes ridiculous arguments are made but I won't bring any of those up.

The bottom line is that I have indeed been in situations where Christians, Pentecostals, and even Mormons have gotten angry at me for saying they need evidence to back up a statement, like something positive about creationism. I think I have the right to say it happens, since it has.
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#652 - Salamenceco (10/28/2012) [-]
Yeah... I don't like the Bible, so that really has no relevance to me. However, I do believe God created the universe. I just don't believe that he did so directly, but more just allowed it to happen, just as with evolution.
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#775 - pseudobob (10/28/2012) [-]
Until we discover what actually created the Universe, I have no reason to deny that. Hell, a superior being is definitely a possibility. What's more, I'm remembering an idea that could go either way, but is also supported by both theories.

The idea that the Universe came from nothing is mathematically sound. I mean, you divide 0 into two equal parts, what do you get? Infinity and Negative-Infinity. That's the non-universe before the Big Bang, and then matter and anti-matter. It works.

The explanation that a God did that for whatever reason, then sat back with soda and popcorn for 13.7 billion years, is pretty entertaining. And I can't disprove it. Whatever floats your boat.
#644 - Nor do yours have any evidence. Lol this argument is just goin…  [+] (5 replies) 10/28/2012 on Christian logic 0
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#645 - pseudobob (10/28/2012) [-]
Please refer to #489.
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#646 - Salamenceco (10/28/2012) [-]
I still don't see how you're getting anywhere.
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#651 - pseudobob (10/28/2012) [-]
Allow me to restate. Not all things in the bible are false, in fact there is a large amount of historical data in the Old Testament and a good dose of it in the New. So it makes sense that not all Jews or Christians or Muslims, or any other believer of a religion, believes in complete falsehood.

I'll just go ahead and say that the Catholic Church accepts Evolution as a valid theory.

So, if somebody comes up to me and tells me that God made the Earth in the last ten thousand years, I'd disagree with them. They would get angry at my lack of faith and perhaps ask why I don't believe. I'd tell why I don't and ask them to show their work.

Sometimes ridiculous arguments are made but I won't bring any of those up.

The bottom line is that I have indeed been in situations where Christians, Pentecostals, and even Mormons have gotten angry at me for saying they need evidence to back up a statement, like something positive about creationism. I think I have the right to say it happens, since it has.
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#652 - Salamenceco (10/28/2012) [-]
Yeah... I don't like the Bible, so that really has no relevance to me. However, I do believe God created the universe. I just don't believe that he did so directly, but more just allowed it to happen, just as with evolution.
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#775 - pseudobob (10/28/2012) [-]
Until we discover what actually created the Universe, I have no reason to deny that. Hell, a superior being is definitely a possibility. What's more, I'm remembering an idea that could go either way, but is also supported by both theories.

The idea that the Universe came from nothing is mathematically sound. I mean, you divide 0 into two equal parts, what do you get? Infinity and Negative-Infinity. That's the non-universe before the Big Bang, and then matter and anti-matter. It works.

The explanation that a God did that for whatever reason, then sat back with soda and popcorn for 13.7 billion years, is pretty entertaining. And I can't disprove it. Whatever floats your boat.