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... though maybe it should
A god with the ability to create universes and planets and life and brains wouldn't then ask His creation to stop using the latter and start endlessly speaking the words of an ancient book.
And yet he doesn't seem concerned that he's going to be judged for having lied about science, atheists and evolution.
So it's good to keep in mind that when Ray starts talking about Justice, he doesn't actually mean what he says.
Your ministry is predicated upon this.
That's not what evangelists do.
Whether it's one of the strongest or not is something I don't know. Regardless, it's spectacularly weak evidence, in general.
Right here at this moment, I predict that you'll disagree with me. Sure enough, when you do, I'll claim it's the strongest evidence that everything I say is true.
When you fail to be convinced by it, you'll understand why no one finds your evidence convincing.
A book none of you can demonstrate the existence of.
A book you can't agree as to whose names it contains.
A book which is surely no more than a metaphor.
Awesome standard for Christianity you've got there.
Makes a thinking person wonder whether "eternal life" is just as metaphorical...
As a parent, I'm sure you feel that way about your kids all the time, right?
The Bible also says bird's blood will cleanse a house of leprosy, so unless you accept this as a universal absolute truth, your explanation above is insufficient.
Not necessarily. You might have committed sins you haven't repented of - like lying about atheists and Richard Dawkins and science and evolution, just to name a few. And if you go to your grave without admitting to yourself that you actually did lie...
Well, you'd be just as badly off as the rest of the false Christians you rail against.