The concept of an afterlife is inhumane and immoral. Belief in the continuation of your "soul" or consciousness after death is wishful thinking. Belief in an afterlife devalues the one life that actually exists: this one.
You could tell he had no clue what to say.
Thanks for stopping by my blog, Aaron. I love you crazy Libertarians! I can tell you feel very strongly about your views-- I remeber being young enough to have the courage of my convictions...I love V for Vendetta, too... but the comic, not the movie. Alan Moore was PISSED that they decided to make his political masterpiece into a film. Then it happened to Watchmen, too which totally sucked. I'm surprised he hasn't thrown himself off a cliff. But he's old, like me. Eventually you just sell out and just try to have a good dental plan. Ill go out in a blaze of glory in the next life. Ha! Cheers!
You could prove these pathological liars wrong with nothing more than a telescope if they didn't just fall back on "Godidit!"Perhaps an oblique approach is in order. If they insist on the inerrancy of the Babble re. the 6,000 year thing, how do they explain away The Great Disappointment? Even granting that the mathematical premises were pulled from someone's anal sphincter, the Bible suggests the Second Coming should have happened already.
I wonder why it abruptly cut off.I wouldn't be so quick to count this as an atheist victory... we don't even know what came before or after these seven minutes.I certainly can't defend Kirk in this instance because he didn't get many words in. I would like to think more intelligible arguments were made at some point before or after the video when he was allowed to speak.All the best,
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