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Message Subject Thread for Atheists & Christians - STFU
Poster Handle Gamberro
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The entire video is the "facts" done professionally.

Try watching with a logical mind.
I don't need to say anything, all the evidense is in the video.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4294679

Extremely lame. I post all kinds of personal statements, historical proofs by theologians and philosophers, speak to the defense of atheists and agnostics, discuss building a common dialogue around reason and the dialectic, act as an apologist for God,etc.

You made a post about two entertainer magicians....
Complete abject failure.
 Quoting: Don'tBeAfraid

I'll double that FAIL flag. Good job having an original perspective from a TV show.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27181088

And the televangelists you guys are so fond of linking videos to, who also do their own research, and are ENTERTAINERS in their own right are more valid how?

I don't endorse Penn and Teller, but I have watched several episodes of their show Bullshit. While I don't always fall on their side of the argument, I must admit that they generally know what they are talking about when they open their mouths.
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity

I just got finished watching the episode, not out of respect for the lazy ass that posted the video like it were an original retort, but out of respect for the fact that beforehand I was actually already WATCHING the same season of Penn & Teller. Kinda weird, huh?

Well, the whole episode was an analysis of the Bible as factually accurate in a LITERAL sense, which I think you will find many people do not agree with. I consider the majority of the Old Book to be figurative language, as that was the common method of communicating in literature in the day. The atheist speaker wouldn't disagree with me on that, and it appears the apologist wouldn't for the most part, either.

To argue against the factual nature of the Bible in a literal sense, PARTICULARLY the Old Book, doesn't shift this particular conversation one way or another-- a conversation which is mostly philosophical in nature. The Bible wasn't generally interpreted in that manner until the last few centuries, and the people that follow that philosophy, with all respect, do a disservice to Christianity by putting forth shaky and potentially disprovable arguments as if they were the foundations of their faith. As Penn might say, There are two creation stories for fuck's sake! Obviously there's more to it than just black and white.

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