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Christianity Thomas on 25 Jul 2009 12:02 am

The Thunderf00t – Ray Comfort discussion

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The Thunderf00t – Ray Comfort discussion :

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7 Responses to “The Thunderf00t – Ray Comfort discussion”

  1. on 25 Jul 2009 at 10:17 pm 1.Boz said …

    We have “God did” it vs. “I don’t know but it wasn’t God”. Yawn! I couldn’t get past two of them.

    Christians now they can’t scientifically prove it(most of the time)….time for atheist to admit I don’t know means you don’t know.

    ThuderfOOt seems to have a lot of worshippers on You Tube. From his performance, I couldn’t fathom why. Nothing special and rather boring.

  2. on 26 Jul 2009 at 12:36 pm 2.Jeremy Witteveen said …

    I couldn’t watch it either. I yawned my way through Thunderf00t’s video about challenging “Banana Man, God did it, I know and you don’t” guy to a debate.. I definitely had higher expectations of what would happen. Thunderf00t mumbled while slouched in his chair for the parts I watched. Ray Comfort has years of entertainment experience. Of course he’s going to at least present his words well, despite how awful his arguments are.

    Thanks for posting it though.

    JW

  3. on 27 Jul 2009 at 3:47 pm 3.3D said …

    Ray Comfort has the advantage of not really believing his own bullshit. He is not a true believer, he’s a scam artist.

    Once you allow yourself past that threshhold, it’s easy to make crazy arguments. Because you have abandoned the standard of making sense.

  4. on 27 Jul 2009 at 5:41 pm 4.Lou said …

    Sigh…if only we could read minds like 3D. I agree with the other posters, there was no thunder with thunderfoot, only repeated uhs and the same old arguments warmed over.

    You would think with all the debates over the last ten years the psuedo-intellectuals would be wise enough to realize the process is pointless.

    As soon as Thunder admitted “I don’t know how everything began” it was over.

  5. on 28 Jul 2009 at 2:52 pm 5.phoenix_m5 said …

    i, for one, thought that Thunderf00t’s performance was really fantastic. he isn’t the most eloquent speaker, but what he says has a lot of depth to it. he engaged Comfort in a civil discussion, getting at not just Comfort’s erroneous facts but the psychology behind his tactics. for the most part, Thunderf00t taught more than he debated, which made it a more informative viewing than these usual types of debates.

  6. on 29 Jul 2009 at 4:53 am 6.panzer said …

    Thunderfoot never challenged his bible notions!!He never challenged him to prove any of the statments he was making while Thunder had to back up his statements with scientific fact.VERY LAME!!!

  7. on 29 Jul 2009 at 12:08 pm 7.Xenon said …

    Phoenix you are a drone. The discussion was civil but Thunder rambled, was on the defensive and was never able to challenge. In short, he was exposed.

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