The Theory Of Evolution Is Incompatible With Christianity

MichaelWitcoff

Hummingbird
Orthodox
Rob McElhenney, who plays Mac, was raised by two lesbians. I used to love Always Sunny - and it does have some great bits - but eventually realized that Mac's portrayal of Christians as stupid, primitive, and backwards was always an attack on normal morality and family formation. It wasn't just a "funny gay character that always talked about the Bible and pretended to be straight;" there was a more vitriolic undertone to the whole thing because I suspect it was personal for him.
 

MichaelWitcoff

Hummingbird
Orthodox
Why? Because you said so? If you had to go by empirical evidence that is on hand alone, atheism is perfectly rational. And many, if not most scientists are atheists - far from imbeciles.
“Everything is a random and meaningless accident” is not “perfectly rational.” It takes Faith to believe in the Holy Trinity, but even intelligent non-Christians have to concede that logically “something” must have caused the Universe and govern its laws.
 

Solitarius

Sparrow
Atheism is the quintessence of imbecility. Plato & Aristotle philosophically proved that God exists more than 23 centuries ago. These renowned "scientists" you write of are mere contemptible paid stooges of (((them))). (((They))) find it very convenient to have their slaves believe that they are nothing more than trousered apes as this makes the slaves discard troublesome ideas such as being possessed of a certain inherent dignity & honour due to being made in God's Image, having an eternal destiny & so on; those who hold these ideas are much more likely to resent & resist being treated like human cattle. The bribes (((they))) use to soothe the public work well because the public is largely comprised of infidels. Can you imagine what the Crusaders would have thought of an offer made by heathen or Mahometan enemies that they would hand over their women so that they might be used for immoral purposes if the Soldiers of Christ would leave them be? Your average pig---- atheist on the other hand is overjoyed when (((they))) offer him endless porno & the "freedom" to be as depraved a pervert as he would like to be. In return for being allowed to keep this dubious bounty he'll quietly do whatever he's told no matter how demeaning, immoral or dishonourable it is; he's worthless & deserving of the contempt (((they))) heap upon him. As Mazzini, one of (((their))) Masonic agentur so well put it: "we corrupt in order to rule."
 
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Diophantus

Chicken
Orthodox Inquirer
“something” must have caused the Universe
I don't understand why you think that "something" must be sentient and not just a process like all the other natural processes we observe. Your leap of faith isn't just to "something caused the Universe", it's to "something caused the Universe and it was a personal God". Another problem is that religious people go from "everything must have an origin" to "everything must have an origin and therefore everything in my religion is correct".

Going back to rationality, surely you can see the reason in "X did Y!" "Oh yeah? Prove it."

@Solitarius, not going to dignify that non-sequitur ramble with a response.
 
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MichaelWitcoff

Hummingbird
Orthodox
I don't understand why you think that "something" must be sentient and not just a process like all the other natural processes we observe. Your leap of faith isn't just to "something caused the Universe", it's to "something caused the Universe and it was a personal God". Another problem is that religious people go from "everything must have an origin" to "everything must have an origin and therefore everything in my religion is correct".

Going back to rationality, surely you can see the reason in "X did Y!" "Oh yeah? Prove it."

@Solitarius, not going to dignify that non-sequitur ramble with a response.
Does every effect have a cause, or do things occur randomly with no preceding chain of actions that lead to them?
 

Diophantus

Chicken
Orthodox Inquirer
Does every effect have a cause, or do things occur randomly with no preceding chain of actions that lead to them?
Effects have causes, but why do you claim to know what the original cause was? Also, it's not that simple, the universe does not appear to be purely mechanically deterministic (quantum uncertainty principle, in b4 you try to shove God in there).
 
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Solitarius

Sparrow
I don't understand why you think that "something" must be sentient and not just a process like all the other natural processes we observe. Your leap of faith isn't just to "something caused the Universe", it's to "something caused the Universe and it was a personal God". Another problem is that religious people go from "everything must have an origin" to "everything must have an origin and therefore everything in my religion is correct".

Going back to rationality, surely you can see the reason in "X did Y!" "Oh yeah? Prove it."

@Solitarius, not going to dignify that non-sequitur ramble with a response.
Ha ha, all right infidel, I hope your television set never gives out, after all if it did how would you know what to think?
 

Cavalier

Robin
Orthodox Catechumen
Effects have causes, but why do you claim to know what the original cause was? Also, it's not that simple, the universe does not appear to be purely mechanically deterministic (quantum uncertainty principle, in b4 you try to shove God in there).
Believing in science takes as much faith as it does to believe any religion. Other than testing the basic laws of Newtonian physics or the validity of chemical reactions, there is no possibility for an individual to verify the claims of scientists. Other than believing there is no way to personally prove there is evolution, the age of the Earth or Universe, the Big Bang Theory etc.
 

NickK

Kingfisher
Orthodox
I don't understand why you think that "something" must be sentient and not just a process like all the other natural processes we observe. Your leap of faith isn't just to "something caused the Universe", it's to "something caused the Universe and it was a personal God". Another problem is that religious people go from "everything must have an origin" to "everything must have an origin and therefore everything in my religion is correct".

Going back to rationality, surely you can see the reason in "X did Y!" "Oh yeah? Prove it."

@Solitarius, not going to dignify that non-sequitur ramble with a response.
The original cause MUST be a person, because the first act requires WILL. An impersonal process always requires another cause to have preceeded it.
There is no other logical explanation.
 

The Penitent Man

Kingfisher
Atheism is the quintessence of imbecility. Plato & Aristotle philosophically proved that God exists more than 23 centuries ago. These renowned "scientists" you write of are mere contemptible paid stooges of (((them))). (((They))) find it very convenient to have their slaves believe that they are nothing more than trousered apes as this makes the slaves discard troublesome ideas such as being possessed of a certain inherent dignity & honour due to being made in God's Image, having an eternal destiny & so on; those who hold these ideas are much more likely to resent & resist being treated like human cattle. The bribes (((they))) use to soothe the public work well because the public is largely comprised of infidels. Can you imagine what the Crusaders would have thought of an offer made by heathen or Mahometan enemies that they would hand over their women so that they might be used for immoral purposes if the Soldiers of Christ would leave them be? Your average pig---- atheist on the other hand is overjoyed when (((they))) offer him endless porno & the "freedom" to be as depraved a pervert as he would like to be. In return for being allowed to keep this dubious bounty he'll quietly do whatever he's told no matter how demeaning, immoral or dishonourable it is; he's worthless & deserving of the contempt (((they))) heap upon him. As Mazzini, one of (((their))) Masonic agentur so well put it: "we corrupt in order to rule."
“For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.”

- Romans 1:20
 
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