How to destroy atheism in debate


How to destroy atheism in debate easily and effortlessly every time
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Dobbie says:
1) I say it's more important to inform, and less important to win.
2) Some atheists say that God may exist but at the same time theists fail to give them convincing evidence.
3) "Every atheist in the world must admit parts of the Bible are true." Well, the Bible mentions real places and rulers, but its miracles are legends.
4) "Atheists lie when they say none of the Bible is true." I say not all atheists say that. Besides, Christians lie. 
5) "Do you believe in objective moral values?" I say that the question hasn't anything to do with atheism. 
6) The video guy often fails to make good sense, and then takes it as a win. He's just fun and games. 


RE: How to destroy atheism in a debate easily and effortlessly every time
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2) Yes, there are some atheists who say it's possible for a God to exist, while there are others who say it's impossible. Why is that? Because some athesits are self-described agnostics to a certain extent, that is they are agnostic-atheists, and meanwhile, claims for the existence of a God fail to convince them.3) "Atheists might say it's possible for God to exist!" Me: Atheists who say it's possible for the Christian God to exist, have not said the Christian God does in fact exist. He doesn't seem to understand that point. 4) "Every atheist in the world must admit parts of the Bible are true." Me: You mean the Bible mentions certain places and rulers that really existed? Yes. "And so which parts aren't true?" Well, the way I see it, the miracles aren't. 5) "Atheists lie when they say none of the Bible is true."Me: Nuh-uh, not all atheists say that. Besides, Christians don't lie? Give me a break.  faulty questions and comments. Further, he frequently fails to make enough sense, and then takes it as a win. Claims, "I won!" This guy is all fun and games.

2) Yes, there are some atheists who say it's possible for a God to exist, while there are others who say it's impossible. Why is that? Because some athesits are self-described agnostics to a certain extent, that is they are agnostic-atheists, and meanwhile, claims for the existence of a God fail to convince them.

3) "Atheists might say it's possible for God to exist!"

Me: Atheists who say it's possible for the Christian God to exist, have not said the Christian God does in fact exist. He doesn't seem to understand that point.

4) "Every atheist in the world must admit parts of the Bible are true."

Me: You mean the Bible mentions certain places and rulers that really existed? Yes. "And so which parts aren't true?" Well, the way I see it, the miracles aren't.

5) "Atheists lie when they say none of the Bible is true."

Me: Nuh-uh, not all atheists say that. Besides, Christians don't lie? Give me a break.

6) "Do you believe in objective moral values?"

Me: That has nothing to do with atheism.

7) He doesn't pay full attention; so he doesn't embarrass himself with his faulty questions and comments. Further, he frequently fails to make enough sense, and then takes it as a win. Claims, "I won!" This guy is all fun and games.


2) Yes, there are some atheists who say it's possible for a God to exist, while there are others who say it's impossible. Why is that? Because some athesits are self-described agnostics to a certain extent, that is they are agnostic-atheists, and meanwhile, claims for the existence of a God fail to convince them.

3) "Atheists might say it's possible for God to exist!"

Me: Atheists who say it's possible for the Christian God to exist, have not said the Christian God does in fact exist. He doesn't seem to understand that point.

4) "Every atheist in the world must admit parts of the Bible are true."

Me: You mean the Bible mentions certain places and rulers that really existed? Yes. "And so which parts aren't true?" Well, the way I see it, the miracles aren't.
5) "Atheists lie when they say none of the Bible is true."Me:Do you believe in objective moral values?"

Me: That has nothing to do with atheism.

7) He doesn't pay full attention; so he doesn't embarrass himself with his faulty questions and comments. Further, he frequently fails to make enough sense, and then takes it as a win. Claims, "I won!" This guy is all fun and games.

 


2) Yes, there are some atheists who say it's possible for a God to exist, while there are others who say it's impossible. Why is that? Because some athesits are self-described agnostics to a certain extent, that is they are agnostic-atheists, and meanwhile, claims for the existence of a God fail to convince them.

3) "Atheists might say it's possible for God to exist!"

Me: Atheists who say it's possible for the Christian God to exist, have not said the Christian God does in fact exist. He doesn't seem to understand that point.

4) "Every atheist in the world must admit parts of the Bible are true."

Me: You mean the Bible mentions certain places and rulers that really existed? Yes. "And so which parts aren't true?" Well, the way I see it, the miracles aren't.

5) "Atheists lie when they say none of the Bible is true."

Me: Nuh-uh, not all atheists say that. Besides, Christians don't lie? Give me a break.

6) "Do you believe in objective moral values?"

Me: That has nothing to do with atheism.

7) He doesn't pay full attention; so he doesn't embarrass himself with his faulty questions and comments. Further, he frequently fails to make enough sense, and t

Evolutionists vs Creationists (BBC TV)

Dobbie says: I love (cough) when she says Genesis is completely true as long as she reads it right.


Evolutionists Get Owned By Creationists on BBC TV Show
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Reply to an atheist, don't be ignorant


Best reply to an atheist, don't be ignorant, this guy has a point. watch
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Preacher: "Could it be possible the God exists in the ninety-five percent of the world's knowledge that you don't have?"
 
Dobbie says: Somehow I doubt that the preacher means to state that the god Zeus, for example, might exist in the 95% of the world's knowledge that the preacher doesn't have. Instead, he means his question to refer to the Christian God. The deal is, though, the Christian God was supposed to have made himself known so that people could know of his existence and intent. That being the case, I say it's beside the point to talk about a percent of the world's knowledge anybody knows. 
 
Moreover, the preacher follows it with Pascal's Wager--which isn't a sound proposition! 
 
Further, his definition of agnosticism was only half correct; he said agnostics are those who "don't care" whether God exists. But I say there's more to it than that. 

Atheist's most feared question


Atheist's Most Feared Question!
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*Video response to Mr. Ministry "Atheist Most Feared Question"
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★ Re: Atheist's Most Feared Question!
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Re: Mr Ministry Man - RE: Atheist's Most Feared Question!
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Evidence Doesn't Matter!
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In this video: Mr. Ministry Man says, [@01:00] "The two guards stationed at the tomb saw Jesus step out of the tomb, fully alive."
 
Dobbie says: Nuh-uh, the Gospel says an angel showed up at the entrance, and seeing it, the guards swooned. They didn't see Jesus do anything. So Mr. Ministry Man is a typical Christian that gets the Gospel wrong. By the way, one Gospel reports about the guards, Matthew 28:2-4. I'd expect that, if the guards were so important, the other Gospels would've told about them, too.