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Should I Go Or Should I Stay?

I get the sense that I am no longer welcome on this Religion Forum. I will like to hear from you guys.

Should I go OR should I stay?

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Stimulus, 4HIM and Imhotep you are welcome NOT to post any replies to my posts. You may post but do NOT expect a direct response from me. You guys are just simply childish and dishonest.

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Please stay, you'll be greatly missed if you should go.

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@4Him:

Hey therationa, put Islam 'Qur'an' to your test and I will definitely respond to you. I will teach you about the process of revelations, etc.

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Nonsense. I have never told a musl'im that his god does not exist . . . rather i have countered his silly argument that he is the same as the God of the bible.

you're putting the cart before the horse. You cant be debating the words of a God u dont believe in.

that's true, but until you can convincingly show us that our belief in God is irrational we will continue to hold steadfastly to that belief.

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This is just an evasion tactic. If you were debating with a m-uslim the existence of God would not be the issue. It would be whether the bible/qu'ran are his inspired words (or whether Jesus is his son or God; or Mu-hammed is prophet)

So before I believe in you God, I need to verify that what you claim to be his word is indeed his word. If it does not stand the test of my scrutiny, I reserve the option to not believe.

BTW, having a strong believe or conviction about something does not make it a fact. The ancients strongly believed that the Sun revolved about the earth, or that the earth was flat. Both of which turned out to be false, however strongly these believed were held.

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you're tripping over ur own feet. Whether God exists is tied intimately to whether the bible is His word. You cant separate the two because God expressly declared in the book of St. John that He is His word!

Now back to ur weak analogy, christians, muslims and mormons believe in the existence of "a god" . . . not just God. The christian believes that his God is clearly distinct from those of others and the rationale for this is in the bible.

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4HIM,

Whether God exists and whether the bible is his word are two VERY different questions. For instance Christians, Mormons, M-uslim, Jews, Hindus, etc all believe in the existence of God. But do you all believe in the same book as his word.

I am questioning the bible just as you would question the Qu'ran, or the m-uslim would question the bible.

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Beautiful. Such is the shoddiness of therationa's reasoning process. Disappointing.

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@therationa

None of your threads can withstand rigorous analysis. Your scholarly work is shabby. Please update the contents of your mind.

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here is the problem. If we havent learnt 1+1=2 why do you want to progress to 7*5=35?

If we havent determined whether God exists or not then what is the rationale crying about whether His bible is true or not?

You dont believe the christian God exists yet you go ahead lampooning His bible? isnt that hypocritical?

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