i was once told, by my youth pastor, that when someone denies God's exsistance, its like their denying the law of gravity. like, saying that (an example from him) 1 could fly if they jumped off of a building and flapped their arms like a bird.
if we did evolve from a life form that wasnt/isnt as capable to adape to new things, im thinking that this current generation (in the human population) might have tiny bumps under their skin, developing wings. (a type of evolution that was once believed to be true. idk if it still is believed but look it up. its there. like that guy - 4get his name - that believed giraffes' necks were once short) has anyone seen a missing link and can proove it? ex: the abonidble snowman (aka: the yeti) -i only saw part of the episode but i think i know how it ends. jeff corwin: relm of the yeti- the yeti ~ a bear (i 4get the name of the kind. it can stand on 2 and take a few steps) or a hairy person that walks mainly on 4 legs (or limbs) and doesnt speak human.
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[8/25/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Submitted By: clemsecon
Does it speak Elf?
8/26/2006 5:00:24 PM
\"when someone denies God's exsistance, its like [...] saying that (an example from him) 1 could fly if they jumped off of a building and flapped their arms like a bird.\"
Why don't you go and try out both? I bet you'll see, albeit briefly, that they aren't really same.
By the way: \"abonidble\"?
8/26/2006 6:19:47 PM
Humans do in fact have vestigal features, if you care to look in the right place. Looking for undeveloped wings is not a good start.
8/29/2006 4:38:50 AM
There is a little difference. You have no way but to believe in gravity because if you fall from a 6th store in a New York building, you´re not likely to survive, regardless of your \"beliefs\". However, if a Christian believes in God, they must demonstrate, through their own conscience and good works,its existence because God is not a buddy who talks to you like you and I. If you commit genocide, rape, insult and impose your faith, honestly, nobody is going to believe in it.
8/29/2006 1:03:22 PM
jeff corrin, RIP
9/7/2006 4:49:03 AM
2/3 of the world don't seem to have a problem with the contradiction. Your point?
2/12/2010 4:38:36 AM
We evolved from a life-form that was perfectly adapted to its niche in Nature. Then Nature changed and the life-form evolved into us.
We are all links between what was and what will come, stupid. None of us are missing.
How do you speak human? What does it sound like?
To deny God's existence, you must first believe that he exists. We agnostics and atheists find no evidence of any gods. If you can provide tangible evidence for his existence, then we'll consider it. Until then we reserve judgment.
Are you denying the existence of the Flying Spaghetti Monster? Can you then fly too, Agaro?
2/12/2010 8:05:53 AM
"i was once told, by my youth pastor, that when someone denies God's exsistance, its like their denying the law of gravity."
Gravity ensures that I don't float away into space. Thus gravity is vital for my existence. Now, how is an invisible sky fairy similarly vital for my existence...?
"like, saying that (an example from him) 1 could fly if they jumped off of a building and flapped their arms like a bird."
'Faith' can move mountains, amirite? If your 'faith' is everything it's cracked up to be, and your 'God' protects you, then you walk off the ledge of a tall building then. Your invisible sky fairy will ensure you stay there in mid air, and ultimately gently bring you down to the ground safely.
2/12/2010 10:38:15 AM