Saturday, October 13, 2007

What I Have To Say To Theists...

Prove your 'god' exists, or accept that you're MAD!


brucev said...

How can you believe G-d, the Father exists or doesn't exist if you have an angry attitude?
You're not being open-minded or objective.
The same thing can apply to any belief, even scientific. One can be shown an amazing scientific discovery and the biased viewer, even standing and watching, will refuse to believe it.
I don't think you are open to reason. You probably just want to refute and argue. It's your personality.

brucev said...

I'll take a chance and show you a powerful piece of information.
Roger Primrose, the famous British mathematician said that for the world to have happened by accident it is the mathematical number of one with 123 zeros afterwards. This is "out of the realm of probability." (He said)

The Merchant of Menace said...

Hey brucev,

Re your comment#1 - produce the slightest scintilla of credible empiric evidence that this 'god' to which you refer exists and I'll accept it, but despite the efforts of the (Abrahamic) monotheists over the millennia, no-one has ever been able to do so. Your failure to accept that shows that it is you who is not being open-minded or objective.

Re comment #2 - Primrose was either wrong or duplicitous, for even if his calculation was correct, and that is disputed by just about everyone else, his 'evidence' is not worth the paper he scribbled it on, as the fact that he could calculate anything at all indicates that it is, de facto, not "out of the realms of possibility".

The Merchant of Menace said...

Oh, and BTW, since you claim the ability to analyse my personality from afar, and without the benefit of carrying-out any structured interviews with me, perhaps you will care to demonstrate your new-found skill by explaining what precisely distinguishes theists from any other delusional psychopathic personality. Unless and until you can satisfactorily do so, then you should be sufficiently open-minded to accept that theists are indeed 'mad', in accordance with the diagnostic criteria laid down in both the DSM and the ICD.