well, i would like to learn from you, but it seems you rather prefere to remain on superficiality, instead of answering my questions.......
No, it's pretty obvious you aren't interested despite what you may say now. One of the ways you demonstrate a willingness to learn is to actually listen to what a person says and to think seriously about it so that you can contribute meaningfully to the conversation. Instead, you've been consistently taking apart and nitpicking my paragraphs and even sentences in an evident effort not to listen, but to prove that my opinions are wrong and yours are right. That's no way to express a willingness to learn. Even the most patient person in the world gets tired of that sort of attitude eventually. And you may note that while I disagreed with you quite strongly, I made a serious effort to try to answer your questions from my perspective. And if you made a good point, or if I was wrong about something, I tried to acknowledge that as well.
Its not my fault, if you are unable to a own, well backed up world view. Actually, you are only exposing how your world view does not pass the test, since you do not think and act acordingly.
It's things like this that give the lie to your statement of being interested in learning. After several days of discussion, and having multiple people tell you otherwise, you're still persisting in the idea that someone who disagrees with you must really have the worldview you think they should have, instead of taking the time to find out what their worldview actually is. That attitude is about the most selfish way to conduct yourself in a discussion, because you end up making it about you being right, instead of whatever was actually being discussed.
well, i have shown you that chance is the worst possible answer to explain the fine tuning of the universe, and complex , specified information contained in dna. You dodged the question, arguing that i don't know about probability numbers... ridiculous. Any child understands that such probability numbers show and evidence how chance is a bad answer. You have exposed clear enough, how biased you are, and regardless of how irrational your world view is, you are not willing to change . You prove, that atheism is not based on a rational, substantiated world view, but on will, on emotion, on the wish a powerful God not to exist, since he charges us about our sins. Since people are not willing to leave their sinful lifestyle, they wish God not to exist, and try to justify their wish with atheism. Unfortunately, its a failed world view. It does not pass any critical inquiry. It cannot be justified rationally.
No, you haven't shown any of this. You've shown that you don't really understand the nature of probability and chance, and you showed it again here, by saying that you understand probability numbers and that any child can understand how they prove or disprove something. Probability is not something that a person can just assume they understand because it seems obvious. Do you even know what the most basic mistake most people make about randomness is? I'm going to list two sets of 10 numbers, and I want you to tell me which you think is the one I actually rolled a dice to determine, and one of the reasons why you thought the other set was not. If you really do understand probability as well as you claim to, this should be quite simple for you.
6, 2, 4, 6, 2, 3, 3, 6, 3, 1.
3, 5, 2, 1, 6, 3, 2, 4, 5, 1.
No, you have not. You have exposed your complete failure.
I wish I could say I was surprised at this Parthian shot (in fairness, I was a bit Parthian in my previous response as well, and the fact that I was a bit frustrated at continuing to get told virtually the same things you've been saying all along is no good excuse). You might want to consider the fact that saying, "no, you completely failed" in response to someone who's clearly quitting an argument is perhaps not the best way to act if you think you were right about something
My best contribution is to expose and confess my faith in Jesus Christ, and God the father, and the holy spirit, and his word, the bible
If you would prefer to focus on your religion instead of another kind of contribution to your society, that is your decision.