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Just wondering

Discussion in 'Religious Debates' started by waR toRn Rebel, Jul 22, 2005.

  1. waR toRn Rebel

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    I was thinking how anyone that believes in the Christian god handles the questions that their religion can't awnser or questions that disprove their god? :sarcastic
     
  2. Aqualung

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    That never happens. The only thing that someone can say that will "disprove" my God is something that isn't true anyway, and it's usually quickly cleared up.
    :biglaugh: :bonk:
     
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    Scott1 Well-Known Member

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    Ditto
     
  4. waR toRn Rebel

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    Can god make a stone that he himself can not lift?
     
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  5. Aqualung

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    No. Why would you think he could? Becuase he is omnipotent? That's rather a misunderstood concept. I don't think God can do everything in the sense that some people seem to think he can. God isn't a paradox, so he can't do everything.
     
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    Scott1 Well-Known Member

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    Holy worn out, tired, and typical question.:eek:

    How much wood can he chuck?

    Next question.
     
  7. Aqualung

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    :biglaugh: Yeah, that's what I thought, but I thought he deserved a short answer.
     
  8. waR toRn Rebel

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    Heaven is perfect right?
     
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    Scott1 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I'm sorry... I've forgotten my manners.....

    Welcome to the Forums waR toRn Rebel.
     
  10. Scott1

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    Not sure... haven't been there.

    Is it?
     
  11. Aqualung

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    Depends what you mean by "heaven" and "perfect" and whose idealogoy you are wanting your answer based in.
     
  12. waR toRn Rebel

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    Well I think the bible would imply that some how. Also seeing that God was there I was thinking that you would want to stay there. Another reason is that God would be there so it would basically be perfect or as close to perfect as we will ever get.

    If this is so then how and why did Lucifer (god's best creation) revolt and so did 1/3 of the angels in heaven.
     
  13. Scott1

    Scott1 Well-Known Member

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    Why do you believe in the Bible?:confused:
     
  14. waR toRn Rebel

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    I don't I'm just saying what the bible says.
     
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    Scott1 Well-Known Member

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    Oh... how's that working out for ya???
     
  16. Aqualung

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    Ahh. See, that's exactly what I was talking about. You are even now thinking of two different meanings when you say "heaven."
     
  17. waR toRn Rebel

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    Scott1- When I'm debating over your religion it is only fair that I say what is out of your bible. Other wise how would I be able to debate it with you?

    Aqualung - How so?
     
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    Scott1 Well-Known Member

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    You are trying to have a debate?

    Why don't you state your premise and go from there..... or are you just going to quote the Bible and hope someone "bites"??
     
  19. waR toRn Rebel

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    I did I asked how the people that believed in the christian god handled questions that they couldn't anwser or proved there god wrong. Then I used some of the bibles many flaws to prove show that there are flaws that the religion can't anwser or proves that their god doesn't exist. So I'm guessing that since you had nothing to retort with you decided to you just replied with asking me if I was debating when it is clear that that is what we have been doing.
     
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    And where in the Bible do you find such a fantastic tale?
     
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