12-10-2012, 09:50 PM #101
I don't care who used it when, that doesn't make it a thing. Here, I'll show you.
I am a liberal fascist.
Is there such a thing?
I'm a negro-caucasian. I used the term so it must be a thing now.
It's. Made. Up.
You're very stubborn on this.@BnBLine
12-10-2012, 10:07 PM #102
No, you can't be Negro-caucasian because both deal with skin color.....thus they ARE mutually exclusive.
An example of of non-mutually exclusive terms would be Hispanic-American....you CAN be both because one deals with ethnicity and the other with Nationality.
What part don't you understand?
Knowledge vs. Belief....did you even bother with the link and video I provided?
It's funny, this discussion is very appropriate for the "god debate".
Here I am providing evidence towards my claim, while you provide ZERO evidence for your assertion.Logic and reason is all you need.
12-10-2012, 10:37 PM #103
Alex, you're butchering the English language. It's made up. An agnostic can't be atheist, or he isn't agnostic. I can't explain of anymore and wait around for you to understand. You obviously don't want to. I did not watch your video. I opened a dictionary.@BnBLine
12-10-2012, 11:35 PM #104
I am not going to sit and read 11 pages of whatever. Just answering the OP's question.
My religion is better than anyone else's because it fits me. My religion doesn't have to fit others. My religion doesn't have to comply with others' opinions or beliefs. My religion is mine. That is why it is better.
12-11-2012, 03:09 AM #105
12-11-2012, 06:27 AM #106
Wick....Alex....please let me settle this for you.
I will create you both in Wrestlemania 2000 for Nintendo 64. I just need height, weight, and your finishing move. GRUDGE MATCH.
THEN we'll finally have a winner in this debate. Legally Binding, per the Internet.-jeff
12-11-2012, 09:07 AM #107
12-11-2012, 09:26 AM #108
alex, where did you get that chart? that thing is terrible,doesn't claim noJay Shrewsbury
12-11-2012, 09:50 AM #109
I have no problem with Alex or any other atheist believing in science because it is willing to admit that it is wrong and does not know all the answers but the question I have to my believers as well as to the atheists is why can't science and God co-exist? Science is not a religion despite some people trying to turn it into it why can't we be open to the possibility that science had to come from something greater than us. Now as far as saying that Christianity>Islam>Judiasm that is an unprovable statement other than quoting self serving holy books that make reference to events that defy many of the laws of science and human logic. Just a little food for thought.
12-11-2012, 10:07 AM #110