|VoilaIntruder - 2011-03-13 |
The number of Christian parody t-shirts owned is inversely proportional to the owners grip on reality.
|bluebeetle - 2011-03-13 |
Oh I get it. You're the X-Men.
|Spoonybard - 2011-03-13 |
So I guess the point is he's denying that increasing apostacism represents a decline in the number of true believers? Or he's trying to magnify the sense of loss a Christian will feel when he loses his faith? Or what?
|Nithing - 2011-03-13 |
That sure is one stupid Scotish/South-African atheist strawman.
|IrishWhiskey - 2011-03-13 |
I don't see why you jerks are making fun of him. I find this a well done and informative presentation.
A strawman Christian argues that it is impossible for Christians to convert. A rational atheist points out there are many examples of people doing so. The strawman then redefines the terms to exclude counter-examples so that a 'true' Christian is one who never turns away from his faith for their entire remaining life. This makes the definition meaningless, as then no-one living can be called a Christian, only assessed retrospectively with full knowledge of their thought process. This proves how many Christians are falling prey to basic logical fallacies.
Wait, sorry, disproves? Oh.
|memedumpster - 2011-03-13 |
Flaming fucking retard, five stars!
|Bort - 2011-03-13 |
"Acting like a Christian doesn't make you a Christian any more than ..."
I don't think the problem is an overabundance of Christians acting in a Christ-like manner.
|DrVital - 2011-03-13 |
This is like a David Cross sketch come to life.
|Corpus Delectable - 2011-03-13 |
|kwash - 2011-03-14 |
Needs a "batman logic" tag.
|Rudy - 2011-03-14 |
I'll always maintain that the true appeal of the bible is that all it's "thee"s and "thou"s sound really official to stupid people.
|Ocyrus - 2011-03-14 |
So... he denies that someone can "think" they know something (like how he "thinks" he comprehends logic), and then either come to a realization that they were wrong (like little kids and Santa Claus... they really and truly believe and "know" there's a Santa Claus, until their bubbles burst), or gain some new knowledge that precludes their "knowledge's" veracity.
I wish this guy death by 1,000,000 paper cuts.
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