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What would it take for a random person like me, to be able to ask a question in the voicechat?
I think I am the only European here
"You would be christian within the hour", moreso implies forceful measures, rather than his own choice
And how come you haven't swayed Futurestorms yet, then?
Oh yeah, so it'd have to take a longer amount of time
Would you classify yourself as an Observer or a Starter then?
The person who did not classify himself as a joiner
@!Co-Owner! What type of Christian are you, though?
That's an answer you give when you are asked. But what if we ask the bible? - What does it say about that question ?
I don't think he's implying that you said that :p
Really interested in the answer to my question
"Well, then why can't i just sit quietly with my KJV in my yard, read peacfully and reference some queries using the web, instead of going to a mass/ritual?"
"That's an answer you give when you are asked. But what if we ask the bible? - What does it say about that question ?"
May I rephrase it first? The second one
I thought it would be confusing
I've always seen church as polite peer pressure. Tbh. :)
No, what I mean is, is that I wouldn't ever act or speak out of turn, out of respect for the church or the religion - So should I happen to enter one, I end up participating
For the longest time I've been an Atheist
Honestly? I think that would be a answer best given in that server of yours
I arrived to the conversation after that :)
Regardless, I am not sure my answer is appropriate for the "Serious chat", it's super morbid and lengthy
I'll summarize it;
I think a lot, always have, always will. Recently I started bringing up questions I couldn't answer myself; God, Heaven, Death
I have OOT, which is a branch of OCD, which is why I think as much as I do
So the topic of Death -really- got into me
Trent, is my topic inappropriate ? :p
But yeah. I basically fell into a deep existential crisis. - There are so many more details about it
It was recommended that I sought out a priest, but I never got around to it
Priest, or at least an educated Theist
Just noticed I have "Patriot" - Never knew you could be a European Patriot ;p
No reason to stop someone from recording, that's impossible unless you remove everybody
@vec Yelling and showcasing anger will not push your point more across
@somerussianguy Are you looking for an answer to this?; "What we are doing here, is a micro-action towards our goal, but what would a macro-action be? / I see that a movement has started, but I feel like not enough is happening" ?
I feel like this is what you're trying to say
We need a movement with emphasis on logic
Minecraft is transitioning towards being a cashcow
Debate night at "The Right Server"; Screaming and yelling because you disagree
Can we have 10 seconds of silence?
Like, that's a legit method for debate etiquette
Please mute the obviously disruptive people, and continue without them for the time being
He looks tired just from sitting down
I don't think I've ever met so many people who sounded drunk, without being drunk
Is that person from Denmark? Then it would be accurate
@Darth Dawkins These limits usually take the form: "Because we observe [X], which occurs at rate [Y], the universe must be at least [Z] years old". There are three standard creationist responses: First, creationists assert that current rates (Y) are different than past rates. It is possible that these rates changed — but under uniformitarianism, which is necessary for science to function, we must assume that rates did not change unless there is evidence for this change. Second, creationists appeal to the Omphalos hypothesis and argue that God deceptively created the world to appear old. This is an unfalsifiable hypothesis, and is unscientific. Third, creationists ignore the evidence and deny that [X] exists altogether or assert that belief in a Young Earth is based on faith, not science. All of these answers are critically flawed.
Also, I am trying to get Dawkins here to understand that just because he asks his questions to the other person, it doesn't mean the other person then automatically have to answer
If the other person doesn't answer the question, he automatically has to answer his own question, to progress
But he doesn't want to answer his own question
So there's no progress, just fingerpointing
I might be doing a shitty job of it though
Read what I wrote, from the other side, Taco
So, I support you - I think Dawkins is unreasonably impossible to have a conversation with
That's just because he has a stonecold perception of how a troll looks like/sounds like
And just labels people immediately
As a non-paramedic who is barely listening to what he is saying: What is wrong with him ?
Nah, not a <:dindu:356316970733404161> - Sounds way too pale and weak
"THEY'RE NOT GOING TO TELL YOU HOW MUCH IT COSTS"
Jacob, it bothers me that you said a blatant lie, I disputed it, and you are ignoring it
What establishes that god exists? @Darth Dawkins
Beyond your belief, and various books
But it's been written, translated, and rewritten so many times
I see the bible as a compilation of explanations, for parents to tell their kids
Because they are incapable of making up explanations themselves
Fair point, I'd like to move over to Darth Dawkins though. I take issue with his perception of the world, and his stubborn interest in not allowing anybody else to refute his belief.
If I could, I'd preface my question with; "Humor me for a second, and assume that there is no god" - Which he will definitely not want to, so I will ask him nicely again, and insist, "Hypothetically, can we humor the idea that there may not be a god". And he if agrees, I'd ask the question: "If someone were to provide you exact evidence that god does in fact not exist, would you then believe the evidence, and further showcase the evidence for others, or will you completely refute it, because you believe the bible itself is evidence enough against it?"
Similarly, I'd like to ask him: "How come we have hundreds of fields of study, that completely dispute the idea that the earth is a most, around 6000 years old, and all you have is your book, yet you still can't humor the idea that you might be wrong about that theory?"
I also take issue with his extremely poor debate etiquette
My point of view about the argument of providing causality is this:
Isn't it a bit convenient that the number 1 argument for causality has been pushed into every nook and cranny of the world, making it very near impossible to actually implement any other theory?
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