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    Fishing, camping, gardening, politics, social dynamics, science, philosophy, astronomy. A special interest in mythology and ancient history (Both ancient humans and ancient earth)
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  1. So true. Actually need to edit my post I just re read it and realised my point is slightly lost because of imprecise language. This is why one shouldn't hop out of bed and attempt to clarify things with a person intent on building strawmen.
  2. I refer back to Justus's scientific explanation of how rainbows form. Considering one needs water vapour for rainbows to form, and also considering that with a burning earth and all the ashes that will be going on, I highly doubt there will be rainbows. However, take heart my friend, due to the ash in the atmosphere you'll likely be treated to some glorious red/orange hued days, especially around sunrise and sunset. Praise be to the holy one!. See first you'll have this: Followed by this: Ending with this:
  3. Isn't it amazing how you can take a line from a member here, completely miss or ignore the point, then suggest they believe something (when in fact they don't) or have said something (when in fact they haven't). You seem to be chronically afflicted by this condition, Justus, because you keep on doing this. FYI - According to the story God killed everyone and everything BEFORE placing the rainbow in the sky, then has a moment of conscience and promises never to flood the world again. But fear not, those of you who love judgement, pain and suffering - apparently the world will burn in fire and the righteous will step out on the ashes of the damned. Oh aren't you moved to tears with the mighty justice of the Lord God of Hosts?
  4. It's not the religious view that draws a distinction between human and primate - that's the position of those who accept evolution. We are clearly distinct and I've never said different. The religious view on the other hand is that humans are entirely separate from the animal kingdom. That we are made in God's image after his likeness. That humans have souls and 'animals' dont. It's this view I'm arguing against. You are trying to say that I'm saying something that I'm not saying and tie that to racism. There's a term to describe that attempt... strawman.
  5. Good point, good point. Ok I'll let you have that one.
  6. This verse is a later interpolation so historians would say that Jesus cannot be considered to have said this in any historical sense. Mark actually ends at 16:9 in our earliest most accurate copies. One of the major contradiction's I find with healing is not within the bible, but with what the bible says and reality. It's suggested in the bible that healing should be a fairly common occurrence if one has faith. If that was the case we'd expect to see a lot less Christian's in hospital dying from cancer. However what we see is Christian's in the hospital dying at the same rates as anyone else when all other factors are taken into account. Prayer studies have been done and it's been shown that prayer is about as useful as flipping a coin.
  7. Again I have a WTF is Justus on about moment. I'm not sure how you get me stating a biological fact of humans being animals to also mean I must assign similar human values to animals? For the record your presumption is wrong. Very wrong. Thanks for trying. Have another shot at it if you'd like.
  8. So the monarchs take several generations to fly north with a shorter 7 week lifecycles, then a super generation flys south to Mexico. Amazing.
  9. I'm with D on this one. I think at least fundamentalist religious indoctrination paves the way for crazy ideas because they tend to reject science as a path to knowledge. Once you do that then the door is left wide open to whatever other weird ideas take your fancy. While I never was a flat earther at various times the church went through various conspiracies: Moon hoax, evolution created to destroy God, 9/11 truther, as well as believing some just out there shit like in Noah's day they had atomic power and that's how they built the pyramids and so on.
  10. Classic! I'm going to remember this so next time I'm debating someone and I want to tell them their head is up their arse I will simply say: You are suffering from Craniorectal impaction.
  11. @Bhim Apologies for not having replied yet. I am working on a reply, but I don't have a lot of free time at the moment. Don't want you to think I'm bailing out of my own topic. I'm giving some serious thought to this one, rather than quick fire replies so responses are taking longer.
  12. I believe that's set from the mods. He's been restricted to the Lion's Den, and I think that's the icon (Instead of the Authentic Christian icon) that is used. Reserved for religious folk who don't quite know who to read, comprehend, and follow forum posting rules. (I could be wrong though... I know nothing!).
  13. “The significance of our lives and our fragile planet is then determined only by our own wisdom and courage. We are the custodians of life's meaning. We long for a Parent to care for us, to forgive us our errors, to save us from our childish mistakes. But knowledge is preferable to ignorance. Better by far to embrace the hard truth than a reassuring fable. If we crave some cosmic purpose, then let us find ourselves a worthy goal.” Carl Sagan
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