Subject: Re: Cannot prove nor disprove a soul.
Date sent: Fri, 21 Jan 100 14:03:22 -0800 (PST)
From: "Lee Daniel Crocker" <firstname.lastname@example.org (none)>
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> > << The Christian god is easily disproved by definition. Given
> > no definition of god (well, a very wide one) it is absurd
> > beyond reason. >>
> > It is indeed rare where I've met someone with such arrogance that,
> > in one short sentence, dismisses the beliefs of over 2 billion people.
> It is unfortunately not rare to find people so insecure in their
> own observation and judgment that they would question their own most
> cherished beliefs simply because 2 billion people happen to disagree.
> It is also unfortunate that people can't be brutally, scrupulously
> honest about their beliefs without being seen as "rude". Dishonesty
> causes far more problems in the world than rudeness ever did.
> It is my sincere, honest, carefully considered, firmly held belief
> that Christian dogma is complete hogwash. To say anything less would
> be an insult to my audience and to philosophy as a whole. To take
> offense at such an honest expression is a fault of the listener, not
> the speaker.
I am in full agreement with you on this.
> Lee Daniel Crocker <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.piclab.com/lcrocker.html>
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