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  • Im Christian. I believe his age and the Ark

    9 10.84%
  • Im Christian. I dont believe the Ark. I believe his age

    1 1.20%
  • Im Christian. I dont believe his age but I believe the Ark.

    2 2.41%
  • Im Christian. I dont believe EITHER his age nor the Ark.

    10 12.05%
  • Not Christian but I believe both the age and the Ark

    2 2.41%
  • Not Christian and its total and utter rubbish!

    49 59.04%
  • Other / I dont Know

    10 12.05%
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    Re: Do You believe Noah?

    Quote Originally Posted by roughdraft274 View Post
    You want him to disprove that a man, that we essentially have no knowledge of outside of the bible, put two of every animal on a boat that we have no evidence ever existed outside of biblical claims? That's like asking you to disprove my invisible pink unicorn.
    If your unicorn is invisible, how can you tell if it is pink?
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    Re: Do You believe Noah?

    Quote Originally Posted by UtahBill View Post
    If your unicorn is invisible, how can you tell if it is pink?
    it's all pink on the inside
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    Re: Do You believe Noah?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Think of it this way. Somebody shoots at you. The bullet misses your head by a few inches. Was it God that pushed the bullet a few inches around your head? No. The other guy missed. It's as simple as that really.
    Can you prove that?

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    Re: Do You believe Noah?

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarB63 View Post
    it's all pink on the inside
    sick, oscar, very sick....
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    Re: Do You believe Noah?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    ... reading this post explains why you don't approve of global warming. You are simply unable to assess a situation and draw logical conclusions. In your mind, it is simply impossible to look at facts and let them guide your reasoning. You must be given a preconceived idea and use it as your own. I didn't look at Global Warming and say 'oh, yeah, it's man doing that'. I look at charts, I looked at evidence, proof from pertinent scientists and then I looked at the evidence from the other side and found it lacking. You are essentially complete opposite. You look at the flimsy evidence and hope that it does not contradict your established views. You are proof of what people have been stating about the religious all along. They are simply illogical and backwards people. You look at thunder and you are not able to think past the violence that it brings.

    It doesn't even matter if you are religious or not. You're simply a person who is illogical.
    Incorrect ASSumption. I do not believe mankind affects global warming.

    You seem to know a lot about me, for not knowing me at all. Interesting that you can make such bold ASSumptions about someone you do nto really know in any meaningful way.

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    Re: Do You believe Noah?

    Quote Originally Posted by roughdraft274 View Post
    I know it's pink through faith... and personal revalations with the pink unicorn.

    I'm not trying to be a smart ass about this, honestly, but does it bother you, if you believe in the story completely, I'm not sure, that you essentially just agreed that you believe in something that's as provable as an invisible pink unicorn? I've always been curious about that.
    Doesn't bother me at all, and I know you're not being a smart ass...lol.

    Belief is exactly that... belief. It neither needs nor wants proof.

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    Re: Do You believe Noah?

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    Can you prove that?
    Yes. Its called science and logic. If someone shoots at you and misses it is because they did not properly calculate where their gun should be aimed at in order to hit a target.
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    Re: Do You believe Noah?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Yes. Its called science and logic. If someone shoots at you and misses it is because they did not properly calculate where their gun should be aimed at in order to hit a target.
    I was shot in Iraq. sniper from the top of a building. just before the bullet hit, I thought I saw something down an alley and raised my M4. Instead of the bullet hitting me in the neck,where it was headed, it hit the stock of my rifle and was deflected into my shoulder. Instead of being dead, I had a somewhat minor flesh wound.

    can you, using science and logic, prove that my good fortune was merely a very lucky coincidence and not divine intervention?
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    Re: Do You believe Noah?

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarB63 View Post
    can you, using science and logic, prove that my good fortune was merely a very lucky coincidence and not divine intervention?
    Yes. How many people serving in Iraq/A-stan were not so fortunate?

    AFGHANISTAN
    U.S. troops killed 1,140
    U.S. troops seriously injured 3,420
    Other coalition troops killed 772
    Other coalition troops seriously injured 2,316
    Contractors killed 298
    Contractors seriously injured 2,428

    IRAQ
    U.S. troops killed 4,414
    U.S. troops seriously injured 31,882
    Other coalition troops killed 318
    Other coalition troops seriously injured 2,296
    Contractors killed 933
    Contractors seriously injured 10,569

    You cannot choose to see what happened to you as divine providence without similarly seeing the injuries and deaths of 60,786 (not to mention hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and Afghans) as a willful choice by your god.

    **** happens, Oscar. You were lucky. It was totally random. Other folks? Not so lucky. Did God WANT them to die or be crippled? You tell me.
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    Re: Do You believe Noah?

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarB63 View Post
    I was shot in Iraq. sniper from the top of a building. just before the bullet hit, I thought I saw something down an alley and raised my M4. Instead of the bullet hitting me in the neck,where it was headed, it hit the stock of my rifle and was deflected into my shoulder. Instead of being dead, I had a somewhat minor flesh wound.

    can you, using science and logic, prove that my good fortune was merely a very lucky coincidence and not divine intervention?
    What makes you more deserving of divine intervention, more than the guy who wasn't so lucky?
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