I can find 6 mistakes with this… can you?

March 1, 2010 at 10:18 pm (Uncategorized)

Last week, during Institute with the Murray Mormons, we discussed apologetics on why “God Exists & That Truth Cannot Be Disproved by the Illogic of Men” (a title to piss any rational person off). The document can be found here: https://docs.google.com/fileview?id=…MTQ1Njk1&hl=en. We were talking about Korihor (Alma 30), and how “bad” of a person he was. It was a truly frightening experience. When those who are delusional attempt to rationalize their beliefs, they throw out logic and only go with dogma. How many mistakes can you find in the sheet?

  1. The term agnostic as stated in the quotes is a rash over-generalization. There are more than one type of agnostic, as can be found in a previous post. An agnostic doesn’t know, and thinks no one else can know either.
  2. Also, the quote from the atheist is too much of a stereotype to let by. The atheist says no to the question “do you believe in a personal god?” Only gnostic atheists will have the gall to say “I know there’s no gods.” (And I’m one of them.)
  3. It’s not a deception if church really is boring. Sorry, Benson, but you’re going to have to work harder next time.
  4. What the first general guideline is really saying is “When choosing ground carefully, remember that ‘Goddidit’ is always the best answer.”
  5. The third general guideline really pisses me off. Shifting the burden of proof is the stupidest thing you can ever do. If I say “I had sex with 435 women yesterday, and there’s no way you can prove me wrong!”, I would hope that you would slap me for being an illogical cunt.
  6. Maxwell‘s quote about the earth’s orbit around the sun being “very nearly a circle” is just plain wrong. We have an elliptical orbit, nothing even near a circle. More on religious opinions on our fine-tuned universe here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fine-tu…gious_opinions.

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