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Claus, if you are in agreement with Kyle, why not take up the challenge. Your assertion that proof of existence is always the burden of whoever claims it is a false premise, most often used by those who can not support their opposing position. If one truly holds a belief that something does not exist, they should be willing and able to support their position without ridicule. That is the problem that atheists have, they have no tangible evidence, so they can only fall back on ridicule. Where is the logic and scientific argument in that? I will check back later. It seems no one can offer any argument other than attempts at ridicule or attempts at reversing the challenge.
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psydoc Wrote: 1 hour ago (9:39 PM)
I hope that she does, Optimista.
Claus, if I understand you correctly, you are replying to my challenge to Kyle. He is the one who made the statement that belief in God was describing the exact opposite of science and logic. When someone makes such a stupid statement, the burden of proof is on them, not me. As it is with you.
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psydoc Wrote: 1 hour ago (9:29 PM)
lol. I always contend that the two most import words to use with your spouse are, "Yes Dear". Far more important than, "I love you."
Okay, I will come back later to see if you could come up with anything, Kyle.
come on, Kyle, I don't have all night.
Your point has not been proved by anyone, Kyle. You just seem to love taking credit for winning an argument you have not. Your proclamation of proof is worthless.
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psydoc Wrote: 2 hours ago (8:38 PM)
I think you may be misunderstanding me, Bird. That is exactly what I meant by predispositioned to love. It is the classic definition of Agape. I often, not only fulfill my wife's needs, surpass her needs and provide much more. We are not in disagreement, Bird.
Kyle159 Wrote:7 mins ago (8:22 PM) Thanks for describing the exact opposite of logic and science. ---------- That is a stupid statement and had nothing to do with logic, Kyle. Prove to me, using logic and science that God does not exists.
No, Andrew was correct, Kyle. Whether you want to believe in God or not, is your business; however, it is more difficult for you to explain why God does not exist than it is for believers to offer reasons why He does.
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