- Jan 4, 2009
Logic is easily used when you refuse to or cannot define something - you wouldn't even be able to explain what god is and does, more so as to the motive and intention for creating something. Science gives you a computer, scripture tells you why god wanted you to make a computer.Nope, using logic alone God can be a quite valid explanation. You are just not prepared to admit that your presuppositions that you call facts are actually emotionally based conclusions of others, that you choose to believe them (faith) as opposed to alternate theories on equal emperic footing.
The fact that you prefer to use the rhetoric of the ruling scientific priesthood instead of expressing your beliefs using your own mind says a lot especially since you refuse to accept no counter other than more such rhetoric...... it's simply religious argumentation designed to result in a "winner" in the end.
And no I wont address the false comparatives you attempt to set up. Next you will equate believing in aliens to thinking the world is a diamond or something.
It is only scientific rhetoric because there is no explanation as to why god would have done the things he did, but science can explain the same things as if it were a manual or encyclopedia. The big bang has thousands of articles and readings, measurements, photos to explain in detail why it is the most popular theory - god has one piece of scripture quoting him, and it wasn't even at the moment it was said.
I am just saying be skeptical, but don't be so skeptical that you let pride and common sense get in the way of what is real. You don't have to like the truth, but at least acknowledge it for what it is.
If you want carbon tax to be abolished and to drive a car that blows out black smoke like a factory, don't make up a BS reasons to justify it, just do it because it is what you want to do