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Re: I Think You're Really Agreeing With Me

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Posted by Beelzebub X on October 13, 1999 20:42:46 UTC

: : : : Ever here of the 10 Commandmants. In the book of Dueturonomy, there many laws laws to follow. Dietary, farming, festvals, marriage, crime. They are all there. God is perfect, but out tiny minds cannot comprend the logic of his purpose.

: Okay, we're both atheists right? why not work together then? We share a common viewpoint.

: He did not answer my question. He said strickly to follow the 10 commandments. I said that the bible often contradicts what is said in the 10 commandments. If God's logic is so alien to us that he tells to do both revenge and forgiveness, marriage and divorce, peace and war, etc. etc., then such a logic makes no sense to us. If God has such a higher logic that will always elude our understanding, then how could we know that we can ever do what God commands? : I believe we both agree on this point.

Yeah, the incompatible-logic-argument is very poor. When you begin to use that, then you can/must use it for everything and the discussion is ended. I wanted to joke The Fade with that..and you a little bit too...LOL

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