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Author Topic:   The Power/Reality Of Demons And Supernatural Evil.
Peter
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Message 35 of 334 (69349)
11-26-2003 5:26 AM
Reply to: Message 28 by sidelined
11-24-2003 11:10 PM


I find it hard to believe that anyone accepts anything
on assumption ... but they do.

The issue of the dangers of blind belief are vast.

The issue here was rejecting something without evidence
against it.

I agree that acts carried out under the assumption of demonic
possesion are often heinous -- I don't think anyone here would
dispute that.

I have to disagree that we have any direct evidence against
(or for) the existence of demons.

Absence of evidence NEVER builds sufficeintly to be evidence
of absence.


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Peter
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Posts: 2161
From: Cambridgeshire, UK.
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Message 41 of 334 (69386)
11-26-2003 10:40 AM
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11-26-2003 7:17 AM


I don't want to be misunderstood here.

I neither condone, nor agree with any excorcism
ativity that I have ever heard of -- and that includes
the Catholic churches formal evidences of possesion
(most likely set aside by now in any case).

All I am saying is that we have no evidence that demons
exist or do not exist.

The safest assumption when confronted with an unusual
malady is that it is perfectly natural and treat it
accordingly.


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Peter
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Message 60 of 334 (73295)
12-16-2003 8:34 AM
Reply to: Message 53 by Silent H
11-30-2003 11:54 PM


Where do I join your church ?

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Peter
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From: Cambridgeshire, UK.
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Message 62 of 334 (73667)
12-17-2003 4:28 AM
Reply to: Message 61 by Silent H
12-16-2003 6:44 PM


What do you know I AM a member ... but I've had to
cut down on the church socials ... my wife wouldn't
approve

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