- Questions to stimulate thinking
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- Rational Minds Will Get This
|Rational Minds Will Get This
Date: 4/15/2010 9:35:37 PM ( 4y ago )
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Irrational minds will feel the need to make up excuses.
You do realize that any rational answers will not be coming? In fact, from the history of this forum and some of the more energetic posters, I bet you will likely see the usual deflection and diversion away from the topic because there will be no countering information available. At least nothing that will make actual sense.
In with this you can expect to be labeled a troll for daring to bring such information to light. You may even be attacked as sensibilities are stirred with unanswerable, thought provoking questions such as these. You may even see spin doctoring and blatant shoving to the side with comments that make as much sense as making up goofy excuses to these excellent questions posed in this video.
When you believe in a one eyed monster and have been part of a club that high five's each other while hoping to get a sign of it's existence, you may as well be arguing with a crazy person. The invisible guy in the sky syndrome is after all, a kind of sanity check. Do the math.
That said I would like to comment on the video.
I'll start with question one. I think this question will have most christians "stumped." Pun intended to stir some souls. ;-) As a side dish, how often do we see the kind of posturing suggested in that question right here in this forum? I guess that was rather rhetorical.
The it goes into number two where clearly logic shows us that god must want children to starve and die for some mysterious, divine reason. How will this be explained away by those whose job it is to apologize for their god?
Question 3 takes us into some interesting questions about god's nasty personality as it explores some of god's demands for death in certain situations. One example is where god demands that we kill everyone who doesn't honor the sabbath. Why would a loving god....?
Question 4 shows us the bible contains things that are unscientific and irrational. Jonah lived in a whale's belly> Okay. Next. Then the strange excuses come.
Question 5 is the slavery issue I often refer to in this forum. I think it goes without explanation how this fits with the image of an almighty, loving creator.
Question 6 Why do bad things happen to good people? Excuses galore come to defend this irrational notion.
Question 7 explores why there is no evidence of Jesus's miracles beyond mere story telling (read myth).
Question 8 is where they delve into the fact that Jesus has never appeared to you. Jesus is timeless and can perform miracles yet if a person were to pray for him to appear it will never happen. Odd.
Question 9 asks why Jesus would want you to drink his blood and eat his body. Kind of a grotesque request. If this was mentioned in any other context other than the bible, would be taken as a satanic ritual by the same believers. Really grasp that one.
Question 10 poses the question of why christian marriages break down at the same rate as non christian marriages. More rationalizations will occur within the defenders of the fantasy.
As we look at statistical rates we see many things that can;t be explained by the presence of a biblical god's influence on our world, begin to make sense. God as a being who controls reality is nonsense. It is a made up construct. All the evidence points in this direction. You have to be delusional to defend anything to the contrary.
We will see the continuance of discarding rationality to keep flying with the myth though and we will see it right before our very eyes in this very forum.
Free your mind from delusions is the final message from this piece. It is a great message. Sadly it won;t reach the core of the beings it needs to the most.
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