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@sonship saidI agree, the thing about who designed the designer isn't a necessary question. If we know that material itself didn't form itself out of nothing, we know the buck didn't stop there with the material universe, it has to be something that transcends it.
Responses to Who Designed the Designer?
William Lane Craig (responding to Richard Dawkins)
@sonship saidI watched him debate an evolutionist and agreed with him as those two went at it, but when they agreed with each other I felt they were both wrong. 🙂
Intelligent Design and the Age of the Earth - Stephen C. Meyer, PhD
@kellyjay saidWhat you need then are video clips that concur with you and say it doesn't matter how long it took and it only matters how it was done.
He is right however in my opinion, it doesn't matter how long it took it only matters how it was done and why.
@fmf saidIts what I believe and have been saying for some time. Why would I need videos?
What you need then are video clips that concur with you and say it doesn't matter how long it took and it only matters how it was done.
@kellyjay saidYes, good question: why do you need videos?
Its what I believe and have been saying for some time. Why would I need videos?
@fmf saidThey scare you? What do you care?
Yes, good question: why do you need videos?
@kellyjay saidNot at all.
They scare you?
@fmf saidDistorts, show how that is done?
Not at all.
What do you care?
I am intrigued by the way superstition distorts the interpersonal and intellectual behaviour of many believers. I "care" in that sense.
@kellyjay saidFoetal position. Pride. Passive aggression. Logical fallacies. Hypocrisy. Stuff like that.
Distorts, show how that is done?
@kellyjay saidI do when the "points" are of interest.
Why not then argue the points if you think they are in error?
@kellyjay saidI am intrigued by how you DON'T want this shifted over to the science forum where you could subject your pseudoscience to actual scientific scrutiny by people more interested in arguing the science of it than me. As for me, I am more interested in your superstitious nature and the impact it has on your outlook and the things you say as a result.
I think you are afraid to, which is why you want this shifted over the science forum so someone else can take up the argument.
@kellyjay saidI am not afraid of what you say about things like the Earth being 6,000 years old and about "a deck of cards" or ~ for that matter ~ about being tormented in burning flames forever etc. etc. for not being a member of your religion. The last thing in the world you are making anyone feel is "afraid".
Personally, I think you are afraid to
@fmf saidSo insulting without anything of substance, typical.
Foetal position. Pride. Passive aggression. Logical fallacies. Hypocrisy. Stuff like that.