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.
Mr. Kinney: I noticed your comment about the ROM machine in a response about "Debunking Christianity" and was wondering if it was truth or a joke. My research about these machines has taken me everywhere and I am curious about your experince with the ROM, if in fact you actually have any. Thanks in advance for your response.Peter Fulmerprfulmer@cox.net
After re-reading your post... nevermind.Peter
ROM machine, did I miss that one Aaron?
Not exactly sure... In computer geek speak, ROM means read only memory. But Im not sure that this is what Peter is referring to. Earlier in this blogs life, I wrote about the possibility of immortality without an afterlife - through the use of technology. Peter may have been talking about this idea... but Im not sure.
Why does Brian remind me of Vince Vaughan?
Hey, Aaron, a little OT - check this out.
I'm not sure since I haven't watched the whole thing but...I was not impressed with Sapient's interview afterwards that was broadcast on the Way of the Master radio show. Kind of beligerent.
Ray Comfort is an evangelist, and Kirk Cameron an actor turned evangelist. With all due respect, I think they were out of their depth here. They're not intellectuals or scholars. If Brian and Kelly were to debate say William Lane Craig and Alister McGrath, to name but two, the outcome would have been different.
Hi Ross,Its possible that the outcome would have been different against Craig, but in that case wouldnt RRS be "out of their depth"? And, I also would contend that Kelly's "who made God?" retort would be just as potent against Craig or McGrath as it was against Comfort.I, for one, would fear no Craig. Im familiar with his work, and Ive read his debates. TAG is crap and Ive handed a presuppers their own asses many a time.
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