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« Reply #29 on: December 12, 2008, 08:21:16 PM »
...but I'm going to concentrate on the part that I bolded, because I think its one of the goofiest Christian concepts - the "hiding god makes perfect sense" apologetic argument. Simply stated, "Are you out of your freaking minds?"
Thats not even a proper argument  :-\ Moar good stuff!

Let me properize it for you.

Anyone that buys into the goofy, Christian, apologetic argument, that a "hiding god makes perfect sense", is out of their freakin' mind! It makes no sense! None, nada, zip! Better?

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« Reply #30 on: December 12, 2008, 08:39:01 PM »
I think what JII is trying to say is, if you want to make a claim, please justify it in a logical and rational manner.

The statment "A hiding God makes perfect sense" is just a wild claim. If I say for instance "Rigabear5 is a real polar bear, it makes perfect sense". What would you have to say about it?

Most likely, you will ask me to explain why I said that.

Me: There's nothing to explain, cos I know you are a polar bear!
RB5: I can prove to you I am human being! I can show you my DNA profile.

And if I still insist that you are a polar bear despite all the evidence that you are human?

"Delusion: A persistent false psychotic belief regarding the self or persons or objects outside the self that is maintained despite indisputable evidence to the contrary"

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« Reply #31 on: December 13, 2008, 11:06:49 AM »
Mind you, approach things with a open and critical mind. Do not accept arguments that say God is imaginary simply because you are a non-believer. In a similar way, do not reject ideas that say God exists simply because you are a non-believer. For example, I'm an atheist, but that most definitely does not mean that I agree with or accept the ideas put forward at GodIsImaginary  ;)

rigabear5, far be it from me to take issue with someone else's self-label, but I have to wonder what kind of atheist would modestly say he doesn't speak for the entire religious community (implying that he does speak for some), or would claim that there is evidence that prayer works?

I agree with you that it is logically erroneous to make a definitive general negative statement like "God Is Imaginary", and about being open minded, but as Dawkins says, let's not be so open-minded that our brains fall out.  Although the statement "Anything is possible" is logically true, it doesn't mean that in practice anything should be given the same weight.  That path leads to "epistemological anarchy".    (my favorite phrase of the week, thanks to Deus Ex Machina)
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« Reply #32 on: December 14, 2008, 01:36:58 AM »
For example, I'm an atheist...

...who believes in the bible and in prayer? 

This isn't another retread of the old "I'm not religious, I just love the Lord" bit, is it?  Frankly, I expect more from anyone with the good taste and comportment to identify as a bear, polar or otherwise.

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« Reply #33 on: December 14, 2008, 06:10:32 AM »
For example, I'm an atheist...

...who believes in the bible and in prayer? 

This isn't another retread of the old "I'm not religious, I just love the Lord" bit, is it?  Frankly, I expect more from anyone with the good taste and comportment to identify as a bear, polar or otherwise.
I won't address this, because it is beside the point. If it makes it easier, let us assume that I am indeed a theist.

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« Reply #34 on: December 14, 2008, 06:26:20 AM »
I think what JII is trying to say is, if you want to make a claim, please justify it in a logical and rational manner.
THose experiments on prayer; I can point to the fact that they 'failed' as proof that you cannot prove God. The 'hidden God' argument is awfully convineint isn't it?

Anyone that buys into the goofy, Christian, apologetic argument, that a "hiding god makes perfect sense", is out of their freakin' mind! It makes no sense! None, nada, zip! Better?
Why? Faith is a solid theme throughout the bible, and you can't have faith if you have proof of something.
Could you explain why it makes no sense?




 

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« Reply #35 on: December 14, 2008, 07:06:07 AM »
Why? Faith is a solid theme throughout the bible, and you can't have faith if you have proof of something.
Could you explain why it makes no sense?

Yes indeed, indeed I can. I even dedicated an entire thread to it, titling it "The Lunacy of the Judeo-Christian Concept of Faith".

Notice how the Christians in that thread just sort of, oh I don't know, slinkered off, to the mythological friendly places where their snakeoil fairytales are more easily sold?

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« Reply #36 on: December 14, 2008, 09:58:04 AM »
Yes indeed, indeed I can. I even dedicated an entire thread to it, titling it "The Lunacy of the Judeo-Christian Concept of Faith".

Notice how the Christians in that thread just sort of, oh I don't know, slinkered off, to the mythological friendly places where their snakeoil fairytales are more easily sold?
There is a lot of crap in that thread (both sides). Could you summarize your argument for me?
I suspect the Christians moved on because of how obnoxious and dense the atheists were being. Just a guess though :P
By the way, the statement 'Anyone that buys into the goofy, Christian, apologetic argument, that a "hiding god makes perfect sense", is out of their freakin' mind! It makes no sense!' is not an argument. It is an unsubstantiated vague claim based solely on your opinion.

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« Reply #37 on: December 14, 2008, 10:28:13 AM »
Yes indeed, indeed I can. I even dedicated an entire thread to it, titling it "The Lunacy of the Judeo-Christian Concept of Faith".

Notice how the Christians in that thread just sort of, oh I don't know, slinkered off, to the mythological friendly places where their snakeoil fairytales are more easily sold?
There is a lot of crap in that thread (both sides). Could you summarize your argument for me?
I suspect the Christians moved on because of how obnoxious and dense the atheists were being. Just a guess though :P
By the way, the statement 'Anyone that buys into the goofy, Christian, apologetic argument, that a "hiding god makes perfect sense", is out of their freakin' mind! It makes no sense!' is not an argument. It is an unsubstantiated vague claim based solely on your opinion.

Now if this is not the pot calling the kettle black..............no they most likely moved on because they could not enforce their ingrained brainwashing fundamentalism on atheists....

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« Reply #38 on: December 14, 2008, 10:52:20 AM »
There is a lot of crap in that thread (both sides). Could you summarize your argument for me?
I suspect the Christians moved on because of how obnoxious and dense the atheists were being. Just a guess though :P
By the way, the statement 'Anyone that buys into the goofy, Christian, apologetic argument, that a "hiding god makes perfect sense", is out of their freakin' mind! It makes no sense!' is not an argument. It is an unsubstantiated vague claim based solely on your opinion.

From the Wiki page for "Argument":

"In logic, an argument is a set of one or more declarative sentences (or "propositions") known as the premises along with another declarative sentence (or "proposition") known as the conclusion. A deductive argument asserts that the truth of the conclusion is a logical consequence of the premises; an inductive argument asserts that the truth of the conclusion is supported by the premises."

My argument, paraphrased to fit the aforementioned formula:

Premise: The Christian, apologetic argument, that a "hiding god makes perfect sense", makes no sense!

Conclusion from logical consequence: Therefore, if someone buys into that goofy apologetic argument, they are out of their freakin' mind!

Put that in you loony bin pipe and smoke it.


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« Reply #39 on: December 14, 2008, 11:08:43 AM »
There is a lot of crap in that thread (both sides). Could you summarize your argument for me?
I suspect the Christians moved on because of how obnoxious and dense the atheists were being. Just a guess though :P
By the way, the statement 'Anyone that buys into the goofy, Christian, apologetic argument, that a "hiding god makes perfect sense", is out of their freakin' mind! It makes no sense!' is not an argument. It is an unsubstantiated vague claim based solely on your opinion.

From the Wiki page for "Argument":

"In logic, an argument is a set of one or more declarative sentences (or "propositions") known as the premises along with another declarative sentence (or "proposition") known as the conclusion. A deductive argument asserts that the truth of the conclusion is a logical consequence of the premises; an inductive argument asserts that the truth of the conclusion is supported by the premises."

My argument, paraphrased to fit the aforementioned formula:

Premise: The Christian, apologetic argument, that a "hiding god makes perfect sense", makes no sense!

Conclusion from logical consequence: Therefore, if someone buys into that goofy apologetic argument, they are out of their freakin' mind!

Put that in you loony bin pipe and smoke it.




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« Reply #40 on: December 14, 2008, 11:10:33 AM »
:roll:

Fair enough; bad choice of words on my part.
Let me rephrase; could you explain why 'A hiding God makes perfect sense' makes no sense?

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« Reply #41 on: December 14, 2008, 11:53:03 AM »
:roll:

Fair enough; bad choice of words on my part.
Let me rephrase; could you explain why 'A hiding God makes perfect sense' makes no sense?

Sure, but you'll just use the standard ridiculous, religulous response, that I'm just a puny human, that couldn't possibliy understand the mind of God, but here goes...

Put yourself in a god's shoes. Would you create a bunch of inferior beings, tell them the rules, do a few magic tricks, and then, run off and hide, expecting them to have faith in you - all, to be based on the word of mouth, of dead people? Pull the other leg rigabear.

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« Reply #42 on: December 14, 2008, 12:05:16 PM »
:roll:

Fair enough; bad choice of words on my part.
Let me rephrase; could you explain why 'A hiding God makes perfect sense' makes no sense?

Sure, but you'll just use the standard ridiculous, religulous response, that I'm just a puny human, that couldn't possibliy understand the mind of God, but here goes...

Put yourself in a god's shoes. Would you create a bunch of inferior beings, tell them the rules, do a few magic tricks, and then, run off and hide, expecting them to have faith in you - all, to be based on the word of mouth, of dead people? Pull the other leg rigabear.

I have often wondered that myself. I mean why would a being that supposedly cannot be killed just hide. Where's he hiding? Heaven? Where's that? A little research would reveal that a lot of the Ancient gods had the same MO as Jesus. Mithra, Zeus and others.

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« Reply #43 on: December 14, 2008, 03:22:40 PM »
Put yourself in a god's shoes. Would you create a bunch of inferior beings, tell them the rules, do a few magic tricks, and then, run off and hide, expecting them to have faith in you - all, to be based on the word of mouth, of dead people? Pull the other leg rigabear.
You are assuming people that Christians think God has buggered off. You know that Christians still think he is a very real presence and as such your statement is irrelevant to the argument of faith and a Hidden God.

The Bible says (yes I'm using those words) that we must have faith. We cannot have faith if you could prove that God exists. Now, religious coincidences do not prove that God exists; or rather, not in any quantifiable scientific way; and so to believe in God, people have to have faith, they can't just know. Hell in the bible itself; the book that assumes everything is true; it is not fact to the people that God exists. Many did not believe that God existed.

But then how could I possibly talk about the 'prayers that God does answer'? Tough... One could never provide you with absolute proof that God exists. If God did exist he would never allow it; however one can impart their experiences (they may be indirect) to give you sufficent reason to warrant belief. This is similar to scientific theory; I can give you evidence to warrant accpetance of the theory, but there won't be absolute proof.

I hope (for my sake mostly :lol:) that that helps explain it. Do you have anything else to say on the rest of my post on the 'proofs'?

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« Reply #44 on: December 14, 2008, 04:56:51 PM »
You are assuming people that Christians think God has buggered off.

Nope, it's even more bizarre than that.  I'm assuming that Christians think that BibleGod hasn't buggered off.

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You know that Christians still think he is a very real presence and as such your statement is irrelevant to the argument of faith and a Hidden God.

Actually, that's why we call it "The God Delusion".  Which makes it very relevant.

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« Reply #45 on: December 14, 2008, 06:07:41 PM »
I won't address this, because it is beside the point. If it makes it easier, let us assume that I am indeed a theist.

Dang, I must have stomped all over that raw nerve.  Sorry for my clumsiness.

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« Reply #46 on: December 14, 2008, 09:00:26 PM »
Let's do an experiment.

Everyone close your eyes. And believe in me. I will not make myself invisible. If you do not close your eyes and do not believe in me, it's not going to work.

Now close your eyes and count to 5.

5 4 3 2 1

There you are. I just made myself invisible and visible again.

Now that's what I call the power of faith.

You can do it too. If you believe and more importantly your audience have faith in you!
I believe that you believe your God is real. It's called a DELUSION.

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« Reply #47 on: December 14, 2008, 10:39:22 PM »
Let's do an experiment.

Everyone close your eyes. And believe in me. I will not make myself invisible. If you do not close your eyes and do not believe in me, it's not going to work.
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What a huge violation of Occram's razor!!!

All you had to do was state, "I will cease to exist and sponaneously re-exist again."  Obviously, since you are over the net, we can't verify. Its not like we know who you are or anything. For all we know, you could be a software program.
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« Reply #48 on: December 14, 2008, 11:19:31 PM »
Well....

1) I don't really see how Occam's razor comes into play here? I wasn't trying to explain any phenomenon here. Just giving my view on what faith means.

2) The fact that I can respond to your questions specifically prove I am not a software.

3) In any case, it's not like God sends confirmation SMSes to people who prays.



What a huge violation of Occram's razor!!!

All you had to do was state, "I will cease to exist and sponaneously re-exist again."  Obviously, since you are over the net, we can't verify. Its not like we know who you are or anything. For all we know, you could be a software program.
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I believe that you believe your God is real. It's called a DELUSION.

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« Reply #49 on: December 15, 2008, 12:46:22 AM »
1) I don't really see how Occam's razor comes into play here? I wasn't trying to explain any phenomenon here. Just giving my view on what faith means.

I was making a bad joke. In actual fact, I miss-use the razor. You were not giving an explanation but constructor a thought experiment. i was postulating the choice of the "simplest possible" thought experiment to make your point.

We can't see you, so why ask us to close our eyes.
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« Reply #50 on: December 15, 2008, 01:09:26 AM »
Ah... I overlooked the "seeing" part. I like to do this "demonstration" to theists in person. Strangely, they will always tell me that's stupid. "If I close my eyes, I can't see you, you can claim anything you want!" But will never see how it's a parallel to their blind, unquestioning faith. Or do they see it but are in denial? Either way it's irritating.

I believe that you believe your God is real. It's called a DELUSION.

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« Reply #51 on: December 15, 2008, 02:19:15 AM »
Ah... I overlooked the "seeing" part. I like to do this "demonstration" to theists in person. Strangely, they will always tell me that's stupid. "If I close my eyes, I can't see you, you can claim anything you want!" But will never see how it's a parallel to their blind, unquestioning faith. Or do they see it but are in denial? Either way it's irritating.

They probably see what you are driving at but disagree anyway.
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« Reply #52 on: December 15, 2008, 11:29:50 AM »
Ah... I overlooked the "seeing" part. I like to do this "demonstration" to theists in person. Strangely, they will always tell me that's stupid. "If I close my eyes, I can't see you, you can claim anything you want!" But will never see how it's a parallel to their blind, unquestioning faith. Or do they see it but are in denial? Either way it's irritating.

This is where you'll hear "Thou shall not tempt the Lord thy God!".  Apparently, all you need to do to "tempt God" is ask impertinent questions.

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« Reply #53 on: December 16, 2008, 01:40:05 AM »
You are assuming people that Christians think God has buggered off.

Nope, it's even more bizarre than that.  I'm assuming that Christians think that BibleGod hasn't buggered off.

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You know that Christians still think he is a very real presence and as such your statement is irrelevant to the argument of faith and a Hidden God.

Actually, that's why we call it "The God Delusion".  Which makes it very relevant.
I see; it seems I misunderstood. But on your last point, what I was saying was that it's not all based on word of mouth, and God is not actually 'hiding' so to speak (demanding faith as opposed to people simply knowing is different to hiding).

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« Reply #54 on: December 22, 2008, 07:44:22 AM »
I see; it seems I misunderstood. But on your last point, what I was saying was that it's not all based on word of mouth, and God is not actually 'hiding' so to speak (demanding faith as opposed to people simply knowing is different to hiding).

Then what else, pray tell, is your "belief" in the god character, described in the Bible, based on?

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« Reply #55 on: September 16, 2013, 08:42:50 PM »
To whom it may concern,

I came across your site while looking for information on God’s contest with Baal. It looks as though you’re trying to build a case against God, so I just wanted to write and suggest that you remove “Compare God and Baal” as this one doesn’t build toward that objective very well. You seem to be working from the notion that God is just an organ grinder monkey, ready to dance – or, in this case, send fire from the sky – whenever someone chooses to crank the music.

In this passage, neither Elijah nor the prophets of Baal are suggesting the non-existence of God. Their question is – “Is Yahweh God, or is Baal God?” This isn’t really a consideration of A) God, B) Baal, or C) None of the above. Both sides agreed that a creator existed, they just disagreed as to which god was the true Creator.

Just as you are not required to order the same menu item each time you enter a particular restaurant, God is under no obligation to set another altar ablaze just because you or I request it. He’s allowed a little variety! I would certainly be interested in you calling on the power of evolution or the big bang to light an altar and prove that they created life and the universe. Frankly, that seems every bit as likely as the notion that all the order and beauty of the universe resulted from billions of coincidences, as such ideas suggest.

Okay, the last two sentences were me being a little silly, so I beg your pardon if you found no humor there. My point is, God met the challenge of Baal that one day; He met the challenge of atheism “In the beginning…” when He created the heavens and the Earth. He invented fire – and everything else – so it is unnecessary for Him to meet this particular challenge to prove His existence. And, truthfully, I feel that if it happened that way, you’d call the fire from the sky a “coincidence” anyways.

Full disclosure – I read the “Baal” argument, your first argument on the site, and the titles of the other arguments. As an aside, “Proof # 1” attempts a little hard to pull at the heart strings in what reads like an attempt to compensate for what it lacks in logic. I’ll admit that I didn’t take the time to read all the rest, but most atheists I’ve known have tended to place their faith in atheism either because of a desire for no moral authority or because of a feeling of disappointment in either God or in Christians they’ve encountered in the past. In most cases, it’s been a combination of both.

If you fall into the former category, I get it. There have certainly been times in my life where a lie would be more convenient than truth and times when I didn’t really want to choose the right thing. Sometimes I haven’t chosen the right thing. But I’m a human and fallible, so cut me a little slack, please? And if you could do the same for the divorced Christians one of your argument titles mentions, that would be very benevolent of you!

If you fall into the latter, I’m sorry for whatever pain you’ve endured. Whether it’s a hard situation you wish God had intervened in that didn’t turn out like you’d hoped or whether it was someone who hurt you, I truly am sorry you went through that. God isn’t a genie and prayer doesn’t work like rubbing a lamp (sorry to bust the premise of your Argument # 1). Just know that, whether you believe in God and whether you hate Him, He loves you very much. I hope that someday you change your mind, so He can eventually help you understand your hurt. I have to get back to my original study, but I just wanted you to know it isn’t how you seem to think and I pray you someday realize that!

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« Reply #56 on: September 16, 2013, 09:23:52 PM »
You do realize this posting is 5 years old?  It must be a miracle you found it.  We don't hate God for anything.  He is imaginary.
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« Reply #57 on: September 16, 2013, 09:31:21 PM »
Welcome to the forum, TravKSP.

As Nick said, this thread has been inactive for almost 5 years. If you're inclined to stick around, post on the Introductions or Testimonials subforums so we can learn a bit about you.

Some advice: posting on topics that have been inactive for more than a month is considered "thread necromancy" and frowned on. A believer like yourself should find no shortage of currently active threads to comment on.
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