So I guess when millions of people believed for thousands of years that the earth was flat, they were right? Oh. Wait.Thousands of years of history and billions of followers throughout time up to this day.
Or the other old religions that billions of people have believed in for thousands of years must be right too? Or is it just yours?
No. Substantiate your claims within the context of a debate.Substantiate what? God? He will do that in his own time. I think that is what scares non believers the most. In the back of their minds, a tiny seed says: what if they are right?
I think that is why non believers are so rude and vocal. They complain about religious bigotry when they themselves are the biggest offenders in the bigotry department.
Have you considered the possibility that I really just don't think your deity exists? I don't find something not existing scary.
Pointing out other people's bigotry is not bigotry. You're expressing a persecution complex.
Yes, but until god comes down and makes his presence known to us, it is still based solely on faith, not logic.Faith can be logical. If for example I have witnessed things that have proving God's existence to me, it is no longer faith, but fact. This is very logical for me and many others.
You listed an imaginary hypothetical.I have listed above a logical reason. So yes it can be.
This is not a logical argument however against SSM. This is "I don't like gays".Laws cannot be based on religious doctrine. This does not mean people are not free to vote etc. by the Christian morals they posses.
If there's a god, damn it she won't mind.
If there's a god, baby she won't mind.