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David Carter liked Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued
Jul 6, 2011
Lucy McDonnell replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"If you take turtles for example, who are some of the longer living creatures we know, and ever so slow, then maybe S/He was a little 'slow' at coming up with the idea, LOL! What we know so far is that time and space are both infinite and…"
Jun 23, 2011
Jared Lardo replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"Some christian dude, though I have no idea who, when, or where, basically responded to this a long time ago, but nobody much cares.  He said something like "When god made the universe, he also made time." considering this possible…"
Jun 5, 2011
Jared Lardo replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"According to some propaganda I recently read--and that's a lot more likely to be representative of modern Christian thought, it being what they themselves use to try to rope more people in and all--the sin isn't the same "original…"
Jun 5, 2011
mistercliff replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"I hate to be cynical, but in any argument where you would have to use a logical argument such as this you are talking with someone who could never accept it. You can't have a debate with people like this, only arguments since you are coming…"
May 13, 2011
Daniel Williams replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"The whole concept of infinite time before the start of the universe is flawed as proved by Einstein. He discovered that time is connected to space as a single concept which he called Space Time.  So before the start of the universe, there was…"
May 12, 2011
Rodney Williams replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"I always try to dumb it down to the simplest terms when I have a Christian bring up creationism. If God can be infinite, why can't the universe be infinite? If you can simply and easily accept God doesn't need a creator, why do you? Him…"
May 12, 2011
Ashleigh Carter replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"That's what I said! And they were like, "Of course he could get to this point in time! He's god!" Of COURSE he could. Because he's GOD. THANKS for clearing that up. Must be nice being able to just wisk by paradoxes like that."
Mar 30, 2011
David Layton replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"There may be a category confusion here. Christians are conflating two concepts of time, one being time as a total unit, the other being time as a set of infinite discreet units. Thus, "always was" becomes the god who "sees" all…"
Mar 30, 2011
Vulpes replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"I've thought of this except I was thinking more along the lines of perfection instead of infinity. If god is perfect than any flaw would make him lose his perfection. The only way for a god to be perfect is for him to know everything. Except…"
Nov 30, 2010
skepticmom replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"That is a good one."
Oct 17, 2010
Objection replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"I read a 'Kalam Cosmological Argument for Atheism', written by Quentin Smith (you can read it online). In one section, he argues that at the point t=0, every law would break down (ex. 5 divided by 0 is impossible). Therefore, the entirety…"
Jan 1, 2010
Doug Bates replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"Nice, I like that one."
Jan 1, 2010
DocMike replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"If religionists can wrap their minds around a creator that 'always was', why not a universe that 'always was'? Or a particle that always was? Or energy that always was?"
Dec 30, 2009
Limber Lightfoot replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"Hey Matt, I like it. Except...well if their God exists in infinity then it must by definintion be existant for every moment of time, which includes now. Your statement is, of course, also utterly true though. :-) Actually, if you use the infinite…"
Dec 30, 2009
Mike Hitchcock replied to Edward Ryan's discussion A logical argument I've never heard argued in the group Richard Dawkins
"There is a very fundamental contradiction between evolution and Christianity. Without Adam and Eve the idea of original sin becomes decidedly shakey, and without original sin the whole concept of Jesus dying for our sins crashes and burns.…"
Dec 27, 2009

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At 3:00pm on May 12, 2010, John Jubinsky said…
Hi Edward! Have a very happy birthday.
At 2:54am on June 23, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Hi
Welcome to Atheist Nexus with its 8800 good friends and discussion groups.
Among the groups, try visiting perhaps the busy group “ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Humans, Evolution, Religion.....” with its commonsense discussions. You will be welcome.
One is "Proud to be Atheist" (74 posts) seeing that atheists and humanists hold the intellectual strong ground compared with the pathetic superstitions of the god followers.
Topographic map maker! Did you help invent the excellent MapInfo? Terry Meaden (physicist; archaeologist; 60+; founder of “Origins”)
 
 
 

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