1. Standard memberchaney3
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    12 Sep '17 03:50
    Explain origin of life Ghost.

    Until you can, then creation of life dominates the absence of that answer.
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    12 Sep '17 04:02
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    Explain origin of life Ghost.

    Until you can, then creation of life dominates the absence of that answer.
    Needless to say, but all atheists and 'former Christians', such as FMF, are welcome to reply.

    None of you can explain origin of life, which terribly reduces your ability to debate.
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    12 Sep '17 04:03
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    Explain origin of life Ghost.

    Until you can, then creation of life dominates the absence of that answer.
    Out of interest, do you reject the Biblical account of creation?
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    12 Sep '17 04:07
    Originally posted by @dj2becker
    Out of interest, do you reject the Biblical account of creation?
    No, I don't.
    Am I certain? No.
    But, creation happened, somehow, from a Creator.
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    12 Sep '17 04:08
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    No, I don't.
    Am I certain? No.
    But, creation happened, somehow, from a Creator.
    Do you think this creator would reveal himself to people or not?
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    12 Sep '17 04:15
    Originally posted by @dj2becker
    Do you think this creator would reveal himself to people or not?
    I'm not sure.
    And that is the problem.
    The Bible attempts to give us a character to our Creator.
    Is that portion true?
    I don't know.

    But....whether the Bible is true or not, it shouldn't negate the truth of creation.

    This is what Ghost refuses to admit. Ghost is fully informed with the Bible...and rejects it, but his rejection cannot explain origin of life.
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    12 Sep '17 04:17
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    I'm not sure.
    And that is the problem.
    The Bible attempts to give us a character to our Creator.
    Is that portion true?
    I don't know.

    But....whether the Bible is true or not, it shouldn't negate the truth of creation.

    This is what Ghost refuses to admit. Ghost is fully informed with the Bible...and rejects it, but his rejection cannot explain origin of life.
    Do you think that a person who believes the Biblical account is wrong in their belief?
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    12 Sep '17 04:22
    Originally posted by @dj2becker
    Do you think that a person who believes the Biblical account is wrong in their belief?
    We don't know for certain, do we?

    How God did it?
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    12 Sep '17 04:30
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    We don't know for certain, do we?

    How God did it?
    You seem to be certain that God did it. What is that certainty based upon?
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    12 Sep '17 04:32
    Originally posted by @dj2becker
    You seem to be certain that God did it. What is that certainty based upon?
    Because nothing less than a miracle can explain origin of life.

    Atheists are silent on this.
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    12 Sep '17 04:36
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    Because nothing less than a miracle can explain origin of life.

    Atheists are silent on this.
    Ok so on what basis do you reject the Biblical account?
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    12 Sep '17 04:40
    Originally posted by @dj2becker
    Ok so on what basis do you reject the Biblical account?
    I didn't say I reject it. Read my above post.

    I said we cannot know for certain.

    Are you sure?? NO.

    You go by faith in the Bible.
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    12 Sep '17 04:42
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    Because nothing less than a miracle can explain origin of life.

    Atheists are silent on this.
    "Silent"? Perhaps you were drunk the umpteen other times you've raised this topic and atheists discussed it with you.
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    12 Sep '17 04:441 edit
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    Explain origin of life Ghost.

    Until you can, then creation of life dominates the absence of that answer.
    That's like saying until we know why the sun appears to move in the sky, Apollo pulling the sun via horse-drawn carriage dominates.

    Uncertainty isn't dominated by assertions with no evidence. Especially when much of those assertions (the Flood, man "returning" to dust, etc) have been proven false.
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    12 Sep '17 04:44
    Originally posted by @chaney3
    I didn't say I reject it. Read my above post.

    I said we cannot know for certain.

    Are you sure?? NO.

    You go by faith in the Bible.
    You are as certain as you possibly can be that God is responsible for creation. In other words there is no doubt in your mind that God created us. Surely people can have no doubt in their minds that God speaks through the Bible? So they can be certain but without knowing which requires faith.
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