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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXMim-St-BI

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXMim-St-BI
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    Then what did God do to Ananais and Saphira? God...

    Then what did God do to Ananais and Saphira? God has more than once, both in the New Testament and in the Old Testament, caused, directly, the death of humans, and done so fully righteously.
  3. If he states, that he indeed did mean to say...

    If he states, that he indeed did mean to say that, I gotta admit I'm surprised, but I'll admit I got him wrong.



    Whether or not it has, the question as Tassman was putting it, is whether it was...
  4. At no point was anyone, that I know of, in this...

    At no point was anyone, that I know of, in this thread, imputing our modern embryology onto the Church Fathers. I was citing one of the most respected Jewish rabbis from the 1st and 2nd Century....
  5. I did indeed insert [not], with square brackets...

    I did indeed insert [not], with square brackets [], which is the standard way of inserting a word, to indicate how you read the sentence. This is normal, considering people often leave out words.
    ...
  6. But you can't use science to determine that. So...

    But you can't use science to determine that. So how do you know science works, if you've limited your source of trustworthy knowledge to science?
  7. Since I didn't do that, its not a an argument...

    Since I didn't do that, its not a an argument from ignorance. We know that most of our features aren't selected for by natural selection. Many are left to freely change over the years due to neutral...
  8. I'm glad you're beginning to ask the right...

    I'm glad you're beginning to ask the right questions. :smile:



    In that cause you would be forced to admit "I don't know whether science works or not."



    And how do you know that? What...
  9. I'd support it. Would be a useful resource for...

    I'd support it. Would be a useful resource for other forum discussions as well.
  10. I would say yes we do, but even go beyond that....

    I would say yes we do, but even go beyond that. Just examine what you're saying here. You're doing philosophy right here, not science.

    If you limit yourself to only the results that can be...
  11. It is not. It would only be an example of an...

    This is an ‘argument from ignorance’ fallacy.[/quote]

    It is not. It would only be an example of an example of argument from ignorance, if I used our lack of knowledge to argue for it. In fact,...
  12. I was about to write the same Rogue06, thanks for...

    I was about to write the same Rogue06, thanks for the doing it.

    I wonder if we should create a sticky we can just link to and quote from?
  13. The only thing we know about early Christians...

    The only thing we know about early Christians come from the Church Fathers. And they are almost unanimous, even if not everyone wrote on it.



    I'd really suggest you crack open some books on...
  14. Its honestly a little bit insulting.

    Its honestly a little bit insulting.
  15. One thing that's getting old about "new atheists"...

    One thing that's getting old about "new atheists" is their dismissal of philosophy. :no:
  16. But that is exactly what it has. Throughout most...

    But that is exactly what it has. Throughout most of Judeo/Christian history, feticide is in fact considered murder by the Jews and Christians were also united against it whenever they wrote on the...
  17. Metaphysics can be argued, you're doing so in...

    Metaphysics can be argued, you're doing so in this thread at least, but regardless of that as long as you acknowledge science as also being an abstraction I won't labor the point.



    It's not...
  18. Tassman, you're doing a 180 degree about face....

    Tassman, you're doing a 180 degree about face. Earlier you made a specific claim, now you're denying it. I'd like to argue a position, but until you state which of these two quotes represent your...
  19. No, Tassman, you're either being in denial, or...

    [Long post delving into rabbinic texts, showing that abortion was condemned throughout most of Jewish history][/quote]Nevertheless, the overall Jewish position[/QUOTE]

    No, Tassman, you're either...
  20. Again Tassman, do you even read your own posts....

    Again Tassman, do you even read your own posts. It was you who positively claimed that it was a fact that such a thing didn't exist. I wasn't the one who claimed it existed. I could have chosen to...
  21. Exactly, it's not a big thing.

    Exactly, it's not a big thing.
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    I think the only thing I've gotten out of...

    I think the only thing I've gotten out of arguments about pressuppositional apologetics, is that there are two completely self-consistent worldviews: Solipsism with its utter denial of the...
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    Culture of death.

    Culture of death.
  24. Because he avoided the military draft during the...

    Because he avoided the military draft during the Vietnam war? I don't blame him for doing that though, I wouldn't have joined up to fight the Vietnam war either. I only really remember it being...
  25. True, and soldiers are in general granted some...

    True, and soldiers are in general granted some amount of leeway during wartime. We're humans, and can be dominated by passions. However, we can't call something that is evil, good.

    And even the...
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