Re: Dawkins was right all along

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Date: Thu Sep 27 2001 - 10:29:11 BST

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    On Wed, Sep 26, 2001 at 04:23:55PM -0400, Wade T.Smith wrote:
    > >> Ah, but one cannot believe in atheism.
    > Atheism is also abelief, in the modern sense that being without a god is
    > being without a supernatural belief set about the universe.
    > One can only believe in the unnatural, since the natural is evident and
    > open to examination.

    Your definition of "belief" is unique, and these statements are worthless.

    > Taking the stance of science, one can only arrive at atheism, since there
    > is no evidence to be found in nature.
    > And I was being flippant, in that I declare such an examination to be
    > intentional, since those with religion have no intention to examine
    > nature.

    Just as the compulsive liar gets tangled in his own web of deceit, you
    are hopelessly tangled in your attempts to rationalize anti-religious

    You're a pompous idiot, Wade, and time spent arguing with you is time

    Robin Faichney
    "One person's mess is another's complexity"
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