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Author Topic:   Can a valid, supportable reason be offered for deconversion
Larni
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Message 3 of 566 (595338)
12-08-2010 5:01 AM
Reply to: Message 1 by Dawn Bertot
12-08-2010 3:15 AM


I'm coming at not believing in god as an argument from incredulity, basically.
I just cannot see how the biblical god makes any sense, at all.
It's pretty much co incidence that my scientific education, training and experience reinforces my incredulity about the biblical god.
There not being a bibilical god makes intuitive sense to me.

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Larni
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Message 7 of 566 (595355)
12-08-2010 8:31 AM
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12-08-2010 5:34 AM


Science is a flexible tool for exploring reality. I do not see evidence for gods inhabiting our reality and this supports my incredulity about the god of the bible.
No offence to Humanists but humanism has always been less like science and more like construct building. Not a true reflection of reality.

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Larni
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Message 224 of 566 (596651)
12-16-2010 10:41 AM


Sorry to butt in, but.....
Has anyone noticed that what Dawn is effectively doing is asking for a reason not to believe in his god?
And that the only way to do that would be to prove to him that his god does not exist?
By that I mean Dawn will never be satisfied with any answer given.
It amounts to a whole load of trying to prove a negative.

  
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