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To: blowfish

You are right science can account for some things.
Science has yet to devise a method to detect other dimensions or realms of exsistence. So when you die
are you going to take some scientists word that there is
no life after death, and chance coming face to face
with an indignant creator who you have spent your life ignoring because some intelectual in a lab coat said
he couldnt possibly exist? Even the most reckless gambler hedges his bets.


228 posted on 09/26/2005 9:36:02 PM PDT by claptrap (optional tagline under re-consideration)
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To: claptrap
Even the most reckless gambler hedges his bets.

Good idea! Do science in the lab Monday-Friday. Go to church on Sunday. Don't pretend your chemistry book is a morals guide. Don't pretend your bible is a science book. Works for me.

If you want to use your bible as a science book, you have to allow for a variety of hypotheses, including the hypothesis that not all of the bible is literally true. You can make a very persuasive argument for this one!

231 posted on 09/26/2005 9:46:07 PM PDT by blowfish
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To: claptrap
You are right science can account for some things.
Science has yet to devise a method to detect other dimensions or realms of exsistence. So when you die
are you going to take some scientists word that there is
no life after death... ...you have spent your life ignoring because some intelectual in a lab coat said
he couldnt possibly exist? Even the most reckless gambler hedges his bets.


Bravo! Claptrap, Good Point!

OH & BTW you have all the votes to hit carriage return every line when you wish!!

Wolf
232 posted on 09/26/2005 9:50:30 PM PDT by RunningWolf (U.S. Army Veteran.....75-78)
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To: claptrap; blowfish; RunningWolf
So when you die are you going to take some scientists word that there is no life after death, and chance coming face to face with an indignant creator who you have spent your life ignoring because some intelectual in a lab coat said he couldnt possibly exist?

Good point -- so how do you plan to please Odin, Shiva, and Quetzelcotl, just in case? You don't dare risk coming face to face with an indignant Huitzilopochtli who you have spent your life ignoring, so you'd better get cracking on pleasing him in every way. Time's a-wasting.

235 posted on 09/26/2005 10:03:22 PM PDT by Ichneumon
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