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  1. Benjamin says:

    #15 Rufus said on May 29th, 2010 at 6:23 pm

    “Any god who’s smart enough to create a universe will respect the skeptic’s intellectual approach more than the blind believer’s unthinking approach.”

    No. That ignores the doctrine of election.

  2. Skeptic says:

    Re: #60, finally you agree with what I’ve been saying, except that previously you jumped to the conclusion that because I’m alive the universe is alive.

    If you go to the ultimate micro scale, reduce everything to the smallest particle or string of energy, everything on the macro scale ceases to exist. Life can only come into existence at some point in the macro scale. Life, and by that we should define in it’s most basic composition with a need for very few elements, is but one of almost infinite products of the smallest particle. To declare the universe as solely any one of those products is nonsense.

  3. Mr Anderson says:

    “To declare the universe as solely any one of those products is nonsense.”

    That is your nonsense, I’ve said nothing of the sort, just as ‘database’? I have no idea where you get these irrational ideas.

    The Universe is everything, that includes your life.
    If you can be alive from non-life matter, then so can the Universe.

    The quantum Physicists that write the books on Quantum Mechanics might not agree with your view of the quantum side of things. i.e.:
    http://www.amitgoswami.org

  4. Skeptic says:

    “The Universe is everything, that includes your life.
    If you can be alive from non-life matter, then so can the Universe.”

    There you go again. You are declaring that the universe is solely one of the products of matter. From your logic I could also say:

    The Universe is everything, that includes compound inorganic conglomerates like granite. If granite is formed lifeless from non-life matter, then so is the Universe.


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