Misinformed christian

“Damien AtHope, Here is tons of hardcorde Visual Evidence of Moses, as well as most of the historical figures mentioned in the Bible, who did and said what the Bible mentioned that they did and said. As well as live documented videos as the discoveries were discovered on the spot, and tested by scientists. Discoveries such as the Ark of the Covenant and Noah’s Ark. The findings and proven of the Red Sea Crossing by Moses and Sodom and Gomorrah… You can’t make this up Damien, see for yourself brother. I don’t know how you trust where you get your information, or is it that it fits you best. But pay close attention what I’m about to show you, because it will exposure wide open all these deceptions and lies. I made this Google Plus page for you that contains links, real pictures , authentic videos of the finds being documented as they are being discovered on the spot and analyzed by scientists. It contains names of World respected Historians, well known Scholars, legendary Archaeologists and Novel Scientist. It also contains documents which testifies with no doubt of Jesus existence with no doubt outside of the Bible which are kept safe in museums. link one And here is a closer look on the Red Sea Crossing by Moses. link two I want you to spend some real time looking into all this information I’m providing you and get back to me in a few days. This information I’m providing you are very much reliable, and if you go a step further and write down the names of some scientists, archaeologists, historians...

What is this gOD-nothing, you GIVE claim after claim but don’t DEFINE in reality?

What is this god-nothing, you claim after claim but don’t define in reality?   “You say you believe in a possibility of your favored god-claim?”   “I believe in god. But it’s not a claim about god. Just a claim about my belief.” – Challenger My response, “what is a god?” “God is the thing on which everything else depends. And from which everything derives. The relationship of the universe to god is like the relationship of a dream to the dreamer.” – Challenger My response, “what kind of non-answer to my question what is a god, as all you offered was more of what you think the god claim you favor. You made more unsupported additional claims about your undefined god instead trued to say claims about your somethingism about your nothingism god claim is the beginning and active supporter of everything, which doesn’t matter to my question what is a god not the fake magic you believe it can do. Please tell me what is a god?” “I have a feeling that the above paragraph is represents a good example of the response I am going to get regardless of what I post.” – Challenger My response, “so, non-answers? What I asked and you still have not answered was, please tell me what is a god? “I like you. You are a character for sure.” – Challenger My response, “so, non-answers? What I asked and you still have not answered was, please tell me what is a god? “I like you. You are a character for sure.” – Challenger My response, “So we can agree you don’t...

You say you believe in a possibility of your favored god-claim?

You say you believe in a possibility of your favored god-claim? Okay, let’s think through what you claim to believe, if you think there is a possibility of your god-claim existing as something in reality, then there would also have be, to YOU, I am guessing, a possibility of every other god claim in recorded history being possible? I assume by your single-possibility-god-claim that you don’t think all god-claims are possible with the same level of equality in the amount of possibility, do you? That’s even ridiculous to you as a single-possibility-god believer, right? But hold on, wouldn’t that require YOU, I am guessing, as a single-possibility-god believer, to reject believing in any equal possibility of any possible gods, as that would be ridiculous, because they need evidence, right?  But hold on, wouldn’t that require YOU, I am guessing, as a single-possibility-god believer, who also like the gods you reject out of hand, also lack any evidence but empty assertions, a single-possibility-god, right? But that is no different than the god-claim you favor belief in, which is a claimed-god-something seen as if it is possible, yet it too is a claim without any evidence. But hold on, wouldn’t not believing in things without evidence, be better? Well, not believing in things without evidence, is exactly why I don’t believe any gods, including one you may favor. Believing in things without evidence, like all god-claims, are like magical thinking child’s play, believing any of them is empty intellectual confusion, as to believe without evidence, is uncritical thinking, foolishness like hiding from imaginary shadows thinking they can hurt you. You have...

Sound Thinker don’t value FAITH

“Damien, I am an atheist but i have faith in gravity tho, but it isn’t exactly “faith.” – Challenger   My response, “no, I don’t agree, you don’t have faith in gravity or gravitation, as it is “a fundamental force” you have proof or if lacking some direct proof would use inference and if even less evidence you use conjecture, not faith. Do you gauntly thinking you need faith in gravity because you wonder or worry that when walking down a set of stairs that you going to fall back up? You don’t need faith (strong belief without evidence) as there is massive proof, almost to the point that it is easily self-evident. You don’t need faith (strong belief without evidence) for anything, as if its warranted it will or should have evidence or it doesn’t deserve not only strong belief but any amount of belief at all as sound beliefs need something to ground their worthiness in relation to reality; the only place evidence comes.   “Gravity, or gravitation, is a natural phenomenon by which all things with mass are brought toward (or gravitate toward) one another, including planets, stars and galaxies. Gravity is responsible for various phenomena observed on Earth and throughout the Universe; for example, it causes the Earth and the other planets to orbit the Sun, the Moon to orbit the Earth, the formation of tides, the formation and evolution of the Solar System, stars and galaxies. Since energy and mass are equivalent, all forms of energy, including light, also cause gravitation and are under the influence of it. On Earth, gravity gives weight to...

Exposing Nonsense in Jainism

“Lol…Damien how you gonna attack Jainism a belief system like that outlaws possessions & money?…lmao” – Challenger Damien Marie AtHope “yes, I attacked Jainism for its sexism, just like I would if they were racist. “Damien , YOU cant grasp Jainism with a Western Mindset of God or deities…. it doesn’t have any ideological similarities to the 3 Abrahamic Cults…heirarchy is different then Westerners understand…its futile to repetitively compare to narrow minded Christianity…” – Challenger Damien Marie AtHope “An apologist for Jainism still using the nonsense excuse, sad.” Sexism in Jainism: http://damienmarieathope.com/2015/08/29/sexism-in-jainism/ The Problems with Jainism: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/friendlyatheist/2011/07/03/the-problems-with-jainism/ The Problems with Jainism, written by someone raised as a Jain, as if that is even necessary, as Jainism is invalid all by itself as we all have more than one reality to discern facts of Jainism from different from any other religious non-reality nonsense outside this nor is any other religion. According to a Guest Contributor to the Friendly Atheists blog highlights problems with Jainism: “saying that while its “non-violence” aspect is admirable, Jains still believe in plenty of bullshit. Jains believe in a never-ending, cyclical time cycle, with phases of “rising” and “falling” happiness. Each phase lasts several thousands of years. This is all fiction, of course. Jains believe that they can accumulate and shed karma and this impacts their future lives (reincarnation). There’s no evidence of this. Jains support being free of materialism — not because it can be destructive in and of itself, but because it’ll allow you to more easily break free from the cycle of reincarnation. They’re doing a good thing for the wrong reason. Jains don’t believe in a...

Superstitionism is the Mother of Supernaturalism, thus Religion is its child.

Supersessionism is the Mother of Supernaturalism, thus Religion is its child.   How does superstitious and magical thinking conform or limit how faith introduces religious and sacralizing thinking particularly on the concept of gods?   Faith hurts itself as it desires to build on its self which only serve to topple the stack of cards it invents to shore it up trying to create more faith. Thus faith will always involve a willingness to not understand and offer this as a kind of evidence. True believers are utilizing faith as a product to conceive the true concept of gods are then left saying “faith is beyond reason thus with such reasonless faith in god nothing is impossible”, “you must trust in faith and believe even if it contradicts reason in order that you may understand”, Or the believer will say something like “I believe in faith in order that I might understand and make sense of god.”   Let’s look how that plays out in the bible: 1 Corinthians 2:5 your faith might not rest on human wisdom; Proverbs 3:5 don’t lean not on your own understanding; Hebrews 11:1 faith is the substance of things hoped for, evidence of things not seen; Proverbs 1:7 fear of god is the beginning of knowledge.   Gods need to be well defined to be understood however the more they are defined the more problematic abilities come into thoughtful challenge because there unattainable complexities comes into play defying reason. Yet on the other end if gods are simply left undefined they are meaningless or cease as being able to hold reason as be...