Monday, August 15, 2011

Too much LSD?

junkdnaforlifeAugust 15, 2011 at 3:15 am

Cannuck: “He’s more disciplined than they, and Polly perhaps sensed that she needs to hone up on her intellectual skills before facing someone like Craig.”

True. What Polly and the rest of the atheists need to do is actually develop an argument that is better than WLC’s. The fact that the entire worldwide intellectual atheist community cannot collectively introduce a more powerful argument is very telling of the state of atheist so-called reason. Once Craig establishes that God is more likely than not, the Christian argument steps up. And atheists are forced to come up with a model that fits the data-a counter-argument that better explains ALL the singular phenomenon attributed to Christianity. The mental gymnastics involved is striking and thus far a sufficient counter with more explanatory power has failed to develop. However, a singular point once introduced simplifies the entire equation, seamlessly fitting the data together into an elegant Truth: Simply Jesus was what He said He was.


Hey junk, I would glady debate craig or you or any other IDiot, anytime. It would be like shooting dead fish in a barrel. When the assertions made by someone are all lies and fairy tales, what's so hard about debating them? Laughing and mockery are the best responses to what you IDiots assert. None of the claims you morons assert are really worth debating seriously. It would be like debating the plot in a Bugs Bunny cartoon.

Frankly, I don't understand why anyone even bothers to debate anything seriously with you dullards. Making fun of you and pointing out your lies, hypocrisy, arrogance, paranoia, cowardice, insanity, stupidity, and lack of education is all that you deserve.

christianity has explanatory power of the data? craig establishes that god is more likely than not? ROFLMAO!! That's hilarious!

Let's see you prove that the guy you call "Jesus" ever existed. Have you got his bones handy? A DNA sample? A photograph or video? Anything besides delusional fairy tales?