RE: [DMCForum] Re: All people of faith are dumb, and so am I apparently.
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RE: [DMCForum] Re: All people of faith are dumb, and so am I apparently.

>Let's say - bear with me here - that the rapture happened right now as
>foretold in the book of Revelation. Every Christian in the world just
>flat out disappeared. Billions of people missing without a trace. That
>would be irrefutable proof the Bible is the truth, unless you're into
>wild conspiracy theories (I don't know any agnostics who are). If this
>happened in your lifetime, could you go on being agnostic, honestly
>claiming you can't make a choice because no proof exists?
>What if God himself came down from heaven and had a nice long chat
>with you. Turned some water into wine, some stone into bread, told you
>what a bad boy you are and then headed up into the clouds on the wings
>of an angel. Several of your family members and a dozen onlookers all
>witnessed it, so there is no chance you were hallucinating. Would you
>go on being agnostic, claiming no proof exists?
>I think you would turn into a believer, as I think most agnostics would.
>Just trying to make the point that agnostics would believe if they had
>irrefutable proof.

I understand what your point is but your analogy is weak.  Any sufficiently
advanced technology is indiscernible from magic, or in this case, what may
appear to be religious in nature.

Just because all Christians suddenly disappeared does not mean they went
somewhere due to the rapture.  We can not yet alter matter to form other
matter but that doesn't mean it can't be done.  Seeing is not always
believing, just ask any magician.

I have had this very same discussion with a few religious people I know.


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