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A Little Fun With It ? ( IT = "FIRE"? )

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on July 13, 2001 03:43:43 UTC

Greetings Mario Dovalina:

You Wrote: "just ONE specific one."

Now we all know that we are dealing with a polytheist and a person that actually is a "closet God believer". Shame some people can not be forthright with their reason for being on this forum in the first place since the argument against the existence of God is actually in itself a confirmation that the person arguing has his or her own doubts and is willing to be coached even if by somewhat of an unreasonable argument as presented by the doubter.

I wander when that day comes for the meeting with the Lord of all things created what our polytheist friends and/or disbelievers will have gained?

In an unlikely event: At the most the believers would have lost nothing if the disbelievers were to have been at all right. There is no harm in believing but there can be much harm in disbelieving. The evidence (or the result is what counts here! Friends.)

Can any one but the closed minded truthfully take risk in disbelieving with out any fear at all?


Jisbond

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