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Prove that God doesn't exist.

Prove that science is infallible.

Prove that we evolved from other primates while those primates still exist in animal form.

Prove that the human race evolved from lower life forms even though realistic ancient art shows we have not changed for 10's of thousands of years (i.e. frescoes uncovered from Pompeii, or Egyptian art from the kingdom of Ahknaten).

Or better yet, that mummies and other remains found show we haven't changed either.

Tell me what you saw when you witnessed the moment of creation.

 ETA:  God is described as a superior being, the creator of the universe. If you say there is no God, that God did not create the universe, then you yourselves would have to be gods to know this. You can argue that you have seen no evidence of God, which does not discount that other's have; however, you can still say you don't believe...but you can never say God does not exist and have that be a true statement, because you are not omnisicent. In truth, if you do not believe in God, you can only say you don't feel that He exists - you can not, without a doubt, with certainty, nor definitively say that there is no God. Nor can you likewise dispute how this world and it's inhabitants came into being, and in their current state. Not unless you could prove you were there at the time of creation and to consciously, truthfully testify what actually happened.

Furthermore, due to the fallability of humans, and that science was created /employed by humans, science is imperfect. In regard to the theory of evolution, which directly goes against what would be a literal understanding of creation in the Bible, you could never say that evolution is a superior theory about creation versus Creationism. You could never say evolution is right and Creationism is wrong. You would also have to have been present at the time of creation to assert this as definitive truth.

For this reason, no one can ever say there is no God, and no one can ever say that God did not create Adam out of the earth.

 

by on Apr. 28, 2013 at 10:35 PM
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ashellbell
by shellbark on Apr. 30, 2013 at 10:23 AM
Maybe you shouldn't speak for your god on scientific matters.


Amy~ not batshit crazy


Quoting VeronicaTex:

No.  You (singularly) determine that for yourself.

Veronica

Quoting ashellbell:

Are you the one who decides the fate of eternity?





Quoting VeronicaTex:

An observation:

The post is still going strong at now 533 replies.

This post is very significant for all.

It has given us all a chance to declare if we believe in Creation or in Evolution.

That declaration is very meaningful for our eternity.

Veronica-Roman Catholic






VeronicaTex
by on Apr. 30, 2013 at 10:26 AM
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Science has nothing to do with how I reply.

I am only God's messenger.

Veronica

Quoting ashellbell:

Maybe you shouldn't speak for your god on scientific matters.


Amy~ not batshit crazy


Quoting VeronicaTex:

No.  You (singularly) determine that for yourself.

Veronica

Quoting ashellbell:

Are you the one who decides the fate of eternity?





Quoting VeronicaTex:

An observation:

The post is still going strong at now 533 replies.

This post is very significant for all.

It has given us all a chance to declare if we believe in Creation or in Evolution.

That declaration is very meaningful for our eternity.

Veronica-Roman Catholic







redheadstar
by Bronze Member on Apr. 30, 2013 at 10:26 AM

 Yes , THEIR GOD..the Devil


Quoting futureshock:


Quoting redheadstar:

watch the news,  the terrorists who want to cripple America  

 

Quoting romalove:


Quoting redheadstar:

not referring to you, but those who hate God like terrorists would take it away.    

 

Quoting romalove:


Quoting redheadstar:

I believe with my whole heart that God exists and that is something nobody can ever take away.

FYI, I'm an atheist.

I would never want to take away your belief.  I'm not interested in making you not believe.

I don't know why you think anyone would.

 

 

I'm glad you're not referring to me LOL.

But curious...what terrorists hate God? 

 

 

Those terrorists are doing these things because they LOVE GOD. 


 

ashellbell
by shellbark on Apr. 30, 2013 at 10:28 AM
Oh, did he tell you that people can't believe in both evolution and him?


Quoting VeronicaTex:

Science has nothing to do with how I reply.

I am only God's messenger.

Veronica

Quoting ashellbell:

Maybe you shouldn't speak for your god on scientific matters.





Amy~ not batshit crazy





Quoting VeronicaTex:

No.  You (singularly) determine that for yourself.

Veronica

Quoting ashellbell:

Are you the one who decides the fate of eternity?








Quoting VeronicaTex:

An observation:

The post is still going strong at now 533 replies.

This post is very significant for all.

It has given us all a chance to declare if we believe in Creation or in Evolution.

That declaration is very meaningful for our eternity.

Veronica-Roman Catholic










SlightlyPerfect
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5 nominations, and my answer is still no.
Today at 9:03 AM
by Silver Member on Apr. 30, 2013 at 10:31 AM

How can you even think that there is an "eternity" to spend?

Quoting VeronicaTex:

I believe the conclusion is far more important.

Everyone's eternity depends on the final conclusion.

I believe this way:  Everyone has to consider this:  If you were to die at any moment, say today, where would you believe you would go to spend your eternity?

However, since we are still alive, there is always a chance to change our minds....

Veronica


slightlyperfect

VeronicaTex
by on Apr. 30, 2013 at 10:33 AM

I am walking away from you in particular.

I can take it, I assure you.

However, it is my choice because you are demeaning the relationship I have with God, and that is so wrong.

I will not be interacting with you anymore.

Veronica-Roman Catholic


Quoting ashellbell:

Oh, did he tell you that people can't believe in both evolution and him?


Quoting VeronicaTex:

Science has nothing to do with how I reply.

I am only God's messenger.

Veronica

Quoting ashellbell:

Maybe you shouldn't speak for your god on scientific matters.





Amy~ not batshit crazy





Quoting VeronicaTex:

No.  You (singularly) determine that for yourself.

Veronica

Quoting ashellbell:

Are you the one who decides the fate of eternity?








Quoting VeronicaTex:

An observation:

The post is still going strong at now 533 replies.

This post is very significant for all.

It has given us all a chance to declare if we believe in Creation or in Evolution.

That declaration is very meaningful for our eternity.

Veronica-Roman Catholic











12hellokitty
by Platinum Member on Apr. 30, 2013 at 10:35 AM
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 My answer would be above your understanding since you are incapable of explaining your question.


Quoting romalove:

Because I asked you as a believer. I guess you can't answer.

Quoting 12hellokitty:

 


 


Quoting romalove:




Quoting 12hellokitty:


 


 


Quoting romalove:


 


Why would God create Lucifer knowing that he would defy God and fall and tempt all the people of the world, even knowing he gives him free will to do so?


Why would God do that?




 


 How do you think it would have changed things had God not created Satan? 


Now here's an existential question....


"How do you think things would be different if a deity that you don't believe exists didn't create a devil that you also don't believe exists"?


::off to ponder::


 Why do you ask question about things you don't believe exist? 


 

VeronicaTex
by on Apr. 30, 2013 at 10:35 AM

In all sincerity, I feel that you are challanging me as an Atheist to prove something to you.

I will not spend any more of my time doing that for you.

The best answer I can give you is my signature.

Veronica

Quoting SlightlyPerfect:

How can you even think that there is an "eternity" to spend?

Quoting VeronicaTex:

I believe the conclusion is far more important.

Everyone's eternity depends on the final conclusion.

I believe this way:  Everyone has to consider this:  If you were to die at any moment, say today, where would you believe you would go to spend your eternity?

However, since we are still alive, there is always a chance to change our minds....

Veronica




redheadstar
by Bronze Member on Apr. 30, 2013 at 10:39 AM

First off, I think it is healthy to debate,,I am glad Atheists question, because I think they are curious, but once it gets debasing and it gets nasty, I move on.

In my heart I believe God exists with my whole mind, soul and spirit.. and as the OP said Prove to me God doesnt exist and how we came into existance?  

 

SlightlyPerfect
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5 nominations, and my answer is still no.
Today at 9:03 AM
by Silver Member on Apr. 30, 2013 at 10:40 AM
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I'm just asking you how you know something, not as an atheist but as a person--from one person to another. If we're going to talk epistemology, I think the first you thing you need to do after you tell me you know something is to explain how you know it.

And your reply didn't have a signature.

Quoting VeronicaTex:

In all sincerity, I feel that you are challanging me as an Atheist to prove something to you.

I will not spend any more of my time doing that for you.

The best answer I can give you is my signature.

Veronica


slightlyperfect

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