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Criminal minds cat adams

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This is going to be a very long answer, so please bear with me. First, I am assuming that you know what “g” and “x” are and how to add or subtract them. Next, I am not providing links for you to google in case you’re too lazy to get any answers. Finally, there are two distinct groups. The first is the group of people who would believe such a thing, and the second is the group of people who would say such a thing. I’ll use an example to explain to those who may be confused. For example, if someone were to come up to you and say that all of your beliefs are false because X and Y, and you then said to them “But, but, but how can they be?” and the person said “but you don’t know that for a fact,” to you that person is in group #1. The second group, who would say such a thing, are those who would say that you should just have faith and believe anyway. Those people are in group #2. You probably don’t know what I’m talking about. But I’ll explain.

The second group are the people who would say “If you don’t believe, you’re ignorant.” They say this because they’re not educated and they don’t want to be ridiculed by people who know a lot more than they do. That’s not to say that they don’t know anything. But the fact of the matter is that those people are in the group of people who would say such a thing, because they believe that you’re ignorant. The first group, on the other hand, are the people who believe that your beliefs are true, and do not question them.

That’s what’s wrong with “ignorance”. It doesn’t matter if you believe something is true or false. Ignorance in the context of “ignorance of something” means believing a person is ignorant when, in fact, they are not. And the fact of the matter is that those people are in the first group.

I find it very ironic that atheists will say things such as “you shouldn’t question what you believe” but when someone questions their beliefs they are ignorant for doing so. I mean, come on. That makes no sense. I mean if you think something is true then it is your responsibility to question it, to know it and not blindly accept it. And if you accept blindly and then you question it, you’re not an atheist anymore.

“If you are wrong about the existence of a god, you are wrong because you have simply been misled by the evil of mankind. If you are wrong about man not having free will, you are wrong because you have simply been misled by man’s evil nature.” ~ Robert J. Russell, How Can I Know God Exists?

You can’t even use your own example of atheism to show how atheism is a false worldview.

That’s right. I do not believe in God, therefore I have nothing to say about atheism.

I would like to ask you where the hell you are getting the fact that I’m not an atheist? The fact is, I know you’re an atheist. And I know that you’re atheist because you believe that your worldview is true. And if your worldview is true, then you can say with a clear conscience that there is nothing to question.

If you think that’s a bad worldview then it is only because you have an ignorance of another person’s worldview.

If you are not an atheist then you believe that humans do not have free will.

You’re wrong because you’re assuming your worldview as the only one that’s true. There’s nothing wrong with assuming your worldview is the only one that’s true. It’s a healthy thing to do. It’s a question that has only one answer.

A theist has the belief that man has free will.

That’s right. So now your theist is saying there is no free will, and what is that suppose to mean? If your worldview is the only one that’s true, then that implies that there is no other view point out there that’s true. What’s that suppose to mean?

If man does not have free will, then man has no control over his destiny, and man is not responsible for his actions, because he had no control over his actions.

Right again, and if your worldview is true that means there is no other view point out there that’s true.

Now theist is arguing that we cannot know anything at all. That means that man cannot have any knowledge of what is happening in the universe. Man has no control over his destiny and his actions and that no knowledge can exist outside of man himself.

If man does not have free will, then man has no control over his destiny and his actions, and that no knowledge can exist outside of man himself.

So your view point is the only one that’s true. All other points of view are just wrong.

And here theist is wrong. You will notice that I gave you the option of believing in your own worldview.

That’s right. You’re saying that all other view points are wrong, but your view point is right. And that makes it true.

You can go with my line of reasoning here and you can accept that your line of reasoning is true.

It’s not a case of whether I choose to believe your view, you’re saying it’s true. It’s a case of I do not choose to believe your view, and what I choose to believe is what you’re saying is true.

The point here is that theism makes it impossible for man to choose which path to follow.

You’re missing the forest here, but let’s take a step back and think about it. Man is responsible for his actions. If that were not the case, then all people would act the same and the world would be a very predictable place. And that doesn’t seem to be the case.

So it makes sense that man is responsible for his actions. The problem is that man, being the rational being that he is, would choose to act responsibly if it was the most rational thing to do.

Therefore, we can say with a fair degree of certainty that there is no god.

We can’t because we haven’t proven the existence of a god. Your response is based on assuming a non-existent entity.

No matter how many times you claim that there is a god, there’s no reason to assume that it is true. You are making an assumption, and thus there is no reason to assume that theism is true.

You are not making an assumption. You are proving it. You are assuming nothing.

And this is why I say that you are just wrong.

It’s not a question of being right or wrong. That’s a semantic argument.

I already gave you a rational reason why theism is false.

In other words, man


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  2. Landrey

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