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Where it evolved from
Submitted By 9tails on 09/05/15
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Hi, my name is evolutionist. You know, I have a real problem. See, God created the universe and life, but I just don't like to acknowledge god. It has always been my fancy to live outside of my natural boundaries and exalt myself and nature. Now, I don't really know why, but I have trouble trying to live after my lusts and desires and glorify the natural humanity and acknowledge god, that would presume to set moral boundries on everything.
 
So one day, I had a great idea. I thought up this concept about all life and matter coming from nothing. Silly, I know, but, a lot of the idleing philosophers out there that opposes god as I do, have really taken a liking to it. Well, as it turned out, there was some resistance. Some people would not go for it right off hand, so I knew I had to do something. Not only did I think this up out of the blue, but I explained my way right into an inclusive fallacy. Now, we have this concept 'dug in in france' and explain so many circles around the idea, that dismissing the idea itself is impossible without the exponential spew of endless chatter and psuke. Ahh, sometimes I feel as though I could to any length to keep god away from people. I truly am one crafty fellow.

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Re: -The history of evolutionism-
5 days - 8,142v
Posted 2009/05/15 - 13:42 GMT
"Hi, my name is evolutionist. You know, I have a real problem. See, God created the universe and life, but I just don't like to acknowledge god."
 
LAWL.
way to go and portray a atheist naturalist.
you do understand that this entire post fall apart....because for anyone that doesn't believe in your particular version of god...this shit don't apply.
ofc let's not forget all those THEISTIC NATURALIST OUT THERE.
or the agnostic believers.
 
" It has always been my fancy to live outside of my natural boundaries and exalt myself and nature."
XD coming from the cap who claim their magical sky daddy will send them to a magical kingdom in the sky outside of reality.
NO DICE!
 
"Now, I don't really know why, but I have trouble trying to live after my lusts and desires and glorify the natural humanity and acknowledge god, that would presume to set moral boundries on everything."
 
i'm afraid the "no god no morals" arguement has been debunked..THOROUGHLY..
 
"So one day, I had a great idea. I thought up this concept about all life and matter coming from nothing."
which ironically applies to "in the biginning there was nothign then god made everything" and NOT to a natural worldview...well, it does to that strawman you created in your imagination.
 
". Silly, I know, but, a lot of the idleing philosophers out there that opposes god as I do, have really taken a liking to it."
ofc, lets take a crap on those heathen classical philosophers or those atheistic wisemen who see through your delusions of the supernatural.
 
"Well, as it turned out, there was some resistance. Some people would not go for it right off hand, so I knew I had to do something."
for the last time.
ACCEPTENCE OF THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION, BIG BANG, ABIOGENESIS, STELLAR FORMATION, ALL THESE THEORIES DO NOT EXCLUDE THE EXISTANCE OF A GOD.
 
 
"Not only did I think this up out of the blue, but I explained my way right into an inclusive fallacy."
 
way to bitchslap science.
 
"Now, we have this concept 'dug in in france' and explain so many circles around the idea, that dismissing the idea itself is impossible without the exponential spew of endless chatter and psuke."
 
and THIS is what you came up with when you tried to come up with a definition of "evolutionists" that everyone would just find silly, especially the REAL evolutionists, who KNOW what the theory actually is, or all the physisit that you amused with this, you know, the people who formulated the big bang and stellar formation theories.
 
you're arguing agains an imaginary concept 9tails. NOT reality.
 
"Ahh, sometimes I feel as though I could to any length to keep god away from people. I truly am one crafty fellow."
 
text fix:
and sometime i just can't help misleading people to my particular version of god, even if it means disobeying one of the very rules i should live by..
 
"thou shalt not bear false witness...."
ring a bell?
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Re: -The history of evolutionism-
2 days - 3,026v
Posted 2009/05/15 - 14:01 GMT
Evolution = Not science
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Re: -The history of evolutionism-
5 days - 8,142v
Posted 2009/05/15 - 14:25 GMT
"Evolution = Not science"
 
not in your mind it aint.
 
but explain to me HOW, since we came up with the theory of evolution through the scientific method,
HOW is evolution not science?
 
either ground your arguements OR don't post at all.
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Re: -The history of evolutionism-
2 days - 2,415v
Posted 2009/05/15 - 14:34 GMT
9tails you don't know what science is so you got nothing to say. If i had the stubborn idiocy of you creationists i would have said "god = a poodle"
Just as true.


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