« Last post by bgb on Yesterday at 05:03:13 PM »
All of this over a fictional character.
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By the way, did you know the Apollo Moon landings were faked?As was the Battle of Thermopylae and the Renaissance.
Me, a person from leicester, suggesting that hinduism is the true religion then a mere 11 days later lord ganesh reveals himself in aubergine form to the residents of leicester
This can't be coincidence. Could anyone ask for any clearer evidence?
Also: "Lord Ganesh" is eleven characters (counting the space).
As is "In leicester" (if you don't count the space).
Leicester is in the middle of the UK. In the middle of "MrJason" is "ja" - German for "yes", as in "yes", this is clear evidence.
I'm convinced. Wayne would be going bananas!
How can one be a Christian and not believe in DCT? Did God not create everything, and wouldn't everything include the laws of morality?The Divine Command Theory asserts that something is moral solely because God says its moral. In other words, the natural world and moral law are independent of each other, and any overlap between the two is coincidence.
Disbelief in, or denial of, the existence of a God. [EditGB: this should, of course, be "the existence of a god or gods."]
agnostic, n. and adj.
1. A person who believes that nothing is known or can be known of immaterial things, especially of the existence or nature of God.
2. In extended use: a person who is not persuaded by or committed to a particular point of view; a sceptic. Also: person of indeterminate ideology or conviction; an equivocator.