Testing God

God loves probability.

atheistassessment:

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atheistassessment:

Prayer – Never Mention Losses http://ift.tt/1oiefx7

Che Guevara In Popular Culture

We have volumes of documentation on Che Guevara’s life, and yet his legacy is for the most part fictional, contradictory, and generally out of control.

How much less should we expect regarding an ancient religious prophet we have absolutely no contemporary historical information about?

Anonymous said: Would you ever pray with someone?

If I thought it might sooth or provide immediate relief to someone suffering extreme pain, or they were in danger of imminent harm or death, I would pray with them if they asked. However my focus would be on the person in need and those in proximity (not a deity) as I know that prayer is going only to affect those near enough to physically witness it.

“You don’t need to be an expert in nuclear weapons to know you don’t want to be on the receiving end of one. In the same vein, you don’t need to be a scholar in every religion.”

“There are two sides to every false dichotomy.”

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Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain...

Them:

God, claim, blah, blah, conclusion.

Me:

How could you go about testing that claim?

Them:

God is not to be tested

Me:

Not God, but rather the claim.

Them:

If God causes the action, how could you seperate testing the claim from testing God?

Me:

That's "Begging the Question"

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“A valuable lesson religion teaches is that we are not infallible. That is especially true when vetting religions.”

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