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    The "I don't believe God exists"-shtick/Fun with tautology

    Whenever God-despisers say to Christians, "I don't believe God exists!", one of the following two things is the case: The God-despiser is referring, by the word, "God", to that to which Christians are referring, by the word, "God" (for instance, when we affirm the truth that "In the beginning...
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    more Darwin cheerleader stupidity: "Humans are reptiles."

    Darwin cheerleaders tell us that humans are reptiles. What's a reptile? According to OED, a reptile is: a vertebrate animal of a class that includes snakes, lizards, crocodiles, turtles, and tortoises. They are distinguished by having a dry scaly skin and typically laying soft-shelled eggs on...
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    Common Descent From What? Life or Non-life?

    Common Descent From What? Life or Non-life? Darwin cheerleaders say that all life has a single common ancestor. Is this "single common ancestor" itself, life? If so, then is it its own ancestor? An ancestor of all life that is its own ancestor? Is this "single common ancestor" non-life? How...
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    Darwinists teach the abrupt appearance of humans on earth

    Darwin cheerleaders teach that, for as long as there have been ANY humans on earth, there has been a number of humans on earth no less than several thousands. By teaching so, it is necessarily the case that Darwin cheerleaders are teaching that, within a period of time of less than one second*...
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    "Physical evidence"?  No evidence is physical.

    "Physical evidence"? No evidence is physical. I'm not the only one who understands the truth that many things are not physical. Among non-physical things are logic and truth. It, I take it, will not be a popular thing to say, but I write this post to declare the truth that evidence is not...
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    Where does the Bible teach that the earth is billions of years old?

    Nowhere. The Bible nowhere teaches that the earth is billions of years old. The Bible nowhere teaches that the earth is not less than about 10,000 years old. The Bible does not teach such things literally. Nor does the Bible teach such things non-literally. The Bible teaches such things not...
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    a so-called "thought experiment" dreamed up by anti-lifers involving test-tube babies

    a so-called "thought experiment" dreamed up by anti-lifers involving test-tube babies Recently on TOL, some advocates and lovers of the murder of babies called "abortion" were eager to display just how irrationally they are willing to think if only they can somehow convince themselves that such...
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    a Joe Biden stupidity

    Chris Wallace said to Joe Biden: Do you believe that there is a separate, but unequal, system of justice for blacks in this country? Biden's response was: Yes there is <senile stuttering> systemic injustice in this country, in education, in work, and in law enforcement, and the way in which...
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    A stupidity of Darwinism: "There was never a time when there were only two humans!"

    A stupidity of Darwinism: "There was never a time when there were only two humans!" The unmitigated stupidity of Darwinism: "There was never a time when there were only two humans!" On TOL, I've observed despisers of the Bible who are Darwin cheerleaders saying that there never was a time when...
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    Q. What do Christians and Darwinists have in common with one another?

    Q. What do Christians and Darwinists have in common with one another (besides the fact of having exclusively human ancestry, and no non-human ancestry)? A. Whereas Christians believe themselves descended from Adam and Eve, and from Noah, while Darwinists, instead, believe themselves descended...
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    A funny quote attributed to Stephen Hawking

    I do not know whether Stephen Hawking said this, or if it is merely attributed to him pseudepigraphically, but, in any case, it sure is a hilarious joke of a quote: The author of this slogan, I take it, must've doffed his thinking cap at least long enough to author it, for, therein, he is...
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    SOLVED! (yet again): The name of the beast of Revelation 13

    As everybody knows, according to a fragment of a third century manuscript of the Apocalypse, called Papyrus 115, the number of the name of the beast (Revelation 13:17-18) is actually 616, rather than 666. Since the number of the name of the beast is 616, what, then, is the name of the beast...
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    A Lawrence Krauss emotional outburst: "I don't believe anything!"

    In an exchange between Bob Enyart and Lawrence Krauss, at about 9:35 in the audio, we hear Krauss exclaim: Right after having said, "I don't even use the word 'believe'; scientists don't use the word 'believe'!", Krauss, of course, gives the lie to what he has just said, by using that very...
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    Darwinism's non-individual animals

    I've been told by some of my Darwinist friends on TOL that what they call "the theory of evolution" is not about individual animals. Now, I agree with them that it is not about individual animals, inasmuch as what they call "the theory of evolution"--being sheer nonsense--is not about anything...
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    Why don't Darwinists say that birds are fish?

    We're told by Darwinists that dinosaurs are ancestors of birds, and that birds are dinosaurs. But, are we not told, also, that fish are ancestors of dinosaurs? 400-Million Year-Old Fish Discovered Is Ancestor of Dinosaurs, Humans So, if both fish, and dinosaurs, are ancestors of birds, then...
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    toldailytopic "Evolutionary theory isn't about the origin of life"

    I saw a Darwin cheerleader say If something is not about the origin of life, then how can it be about THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES??? But, make a note of it that no theory is called "evolutionary theory", or "the theory of evolution", so, whatever is called "evolutionary theory" and "the theory of...
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    Fun with the "I don't believe in God" shtick

    By the word, 'God', Christians, when we say that God exists, are referring to the eternally-existing, personal Creator of mankind. By the word, 'God', are you referring to the same? (But then, why wouldn't you be, inasmuch as you were, after all, addressing Christians when you said, "I don't...
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    Praise Jebus??

    I imagine that at least a few others reading TOL must have, at some point, from some quarter or other of our vicious, modern world, heard vain babblers speaking irreverently--nay, mockingly--against Christ by using the name, 'Jebus'. I used to watch the Simpsons a lot, for years and years...
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    A failed attack on the Biblical flood

    One enemy of the Biblical account of the Noahic flood tells us that, "Another problem for the global flood interpretation" is that, supposedly, according to it, "Planet Earth became a desert after the flood!" Instead of accepting the Biblical account of the Noahic flood, the author prefers to...
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    a moronic Richard Dawkins saying

    In The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins, a Darwin cheerleader, wrote: “Religion is not the root of all evil, for no one thing is the root of all anything.” <https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/605895-religion-is-not-the-root-of-all-evil-for-no> Here, Dawkins, in one, swift ax-blow, has just chopped...
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