[ Quotes broken again. I'm not fixing them this time. Please use the quote function properly. I sent you a mail message with a few threads on this topic and an offer to help you if you needed help after reading those threads. ]
OK. Where in the 11 items on my list do you see a gap?
Nowhere because it's your list.
I'm puzzled what you mean by that.
Are you saying you like my list, or that you will not touch it because it's mine -- like a shirt or a house key?
Frankly, I don't get it.
Facts about dying but that's it.
It doesn't have facts about afterlife.
It covers what we know, not what we suppose.
If you want to add *facts* about an *afterlife* that everyone can agree on and scrutinize, feel free to add those *facts*. Consider that ...
- Most educated Muslims should agree with you (but not every single Muslim).
- Most educated Hindus should agree with you (but not every single Hindu).
- Most educated Buddhists should agree with you (but not every single Buddhist).
- ...and so on... including educated Christians.
If your *facts* require that only Christians understand them, then they are not facts.
Belief is not the question. Evidence is. I have provided evidence that can be scrutinized.
You believe that that is the end.
A belief wich does not lie in knowing what happens during death but what comes afterwards.
You also believe.
My belief does not matter. What we have are facts. Evidence. From them, we can eventually make conclusions.
If you have *facts*, if you have *evidence*, you can provide them -- but you can't assert that your beliefs are facts unless you can support them.
Is that an informed and honest assessment? Seriously, I'm thinking that you are not willing to admit where you need to do research, and you are jumping to conclusions.
Yet, Gage isn't the only one. If you want more, I'll be glad to provide it them.
In the meantime, what do you think of epilepsy sufferers who get their corpus callosum severed? Are you even aware of them? Please be honest.
I know. I used to read pshycology.
Intriding but it won't tell us about afterlife.
Just basic information about human mortality.
Please use the Spell Check button.
It is rude to burden everyone else with attempting to figure out what you are saying. It shows you are lazy if you can't spend 2 seconds pressing it, while I and others spend quite a bit of effort writing up the details that you sloppily reply to if at all.
If you want to tell me what you just wrote, I'll give you a response.
I'm not talking about science, I'm talking about evidence. If science is involved, it is only because it provides evidence.
Then there is only the lack of evidence conserning soul.
Not evidence that it wouldn't exist.
Or pixies. Or aliens who built the pyramids in Egypt. Or Bigfoot. Or a Yeti. Or a sphinx. ...
If you have evidence, then you can provide evidence for your proposition.
If you have no evidence, then you're not adding support for your case that there is an afterlife or a soul or both.
Just as it is the responsibility of Muslims to provide evidence for Jinns (Genies), it is not your responsibility to do that for them. Your responsibility is to support your case for an afterlife or a soul.
Can we agree on that?
You don't know that. You are asserting that as a part of your dogma. As such, a Hindu will talk of reincarnation, and a Muslim will talk about souls being given by Allah. Other cultures do or do not have a concept of an unbodied consciousness.
Well these earthly bodies have been given to us.
Here they are.
But where the souls comes I do not know.
Do you understand what I just wrote -- and you quoted?
Are you paying attention?
If you do, explain why a Muslim and a Hindu are wrong. If you can not, and you won't positively support your own claims, I can't take you seriously. I have to reluctantly conclude that you are unable and unwilling to be moral or honest.
I provide you with evidence that can be examined from a variety of sources. They all concur.
You provide me with an assertion that you are right -- an no evidence.
Why can't you be more honest and admit the limits of your knowledge?
Specifically, if you are guessing, why not say you are guessing instead of telling me this unsupported superstition as if it were supported by facts?
I'm honest that these bodies are mortal and that evidense conserning afterlife most likely can't be found in physiological death.
Then provide your evidence for an afterlife. Stop preaching at me.