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Out of the thousands of holy books (estimation). Each with no evidence. Each with contradictions, or scientific inaccuracys. Each with its own hypocritical ideas/actions. (God saying don't murder in the testaments, then having Moses murder some people) Each sounding absurd in there own right.
A better example would be:
Those parents and thousands of other parents are telling you how to live your life, while condemning you, each with impossiblites among other things, and then eternally torment you for not believing in there one book out of the thousands, with no evidence or logical sense throughout.
Or you were a native American who never heard of (*insert western religion here*) due to being born to early and never hearing "God's work".
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+Gerard Jagroo
Unless those parents are never there. Never leave any evidence of there plan. Or is actually your grandparent and condemns you for what your parents did.
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+Briget O'Mara
hmm... good point. You can't really argue for or against omnipotence.
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The reaction of nuerons, genetics, and the outside stimulus over time and current time. Humans are a machine with the ablity to react the absolute same, the only difference is genetics, and outside sources.
If someone rose from the dead with no scientific explonation, I would be more inclined to do so. No Bible accounts. I can make a account of seeing a galaxy sized unicorn, dosent mean it's true.
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+Remy Cajallena
I have no god. I believe in what happens. And of God is omnipotent(and abuses it), the only logic left is that God can do anything.
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+Sam Buddy
For one, good job on being one of the few to say disbelief instead of belief.
Addressing your scripture point, I need to come at him with a open heart?

1. If you can come to the unicorn shooting around the universe farting planets and rainbows into existence, that sleeps in every garage on the planet he will show himself to you. Evidence, I need *Evidence*.

2. It is well known and documented is that when a human really wants something, he can fool himself into its existence, or by peer pressure fakes it untill she believes it. Evidence, I need *Evidence*.

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Omnibelvolant and omnipotent can not mix together well.
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Everyone:
Free will does exist, I'm just bringing up an example. Let me give you the conversation on the theist I first used this argument upon.

Me: So god can do anything, right?

Theist (T from now on): Yes.

Me: So he can do the logically impossible happen, like make a loaf of bred feed thousands.

T: Yes.

Me: Could he make 4 squares form a circle?

T: Yes.

Me: Could he make humans obey him while maintaining free will?

T: No, that's contradictory.

Me: Did you just say he could make the impossible, and that would be impossible meaning he can't do that.

T: ....

Me: +If he can't make the logically impossible happen, then he has a limit, a thing that does not happen in true omnipotence.

T: Begins to nitpick words.

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There's a problem with the free will defence. If a truly omnipotent being exist it can make the logically impossible happen. Like make 4 squares form into a circle, then he could make humans naturally good robots while maintaining free will, despite obvious contradictions. If he can't do something logically impossible then he has a limit. Logic.
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There's a problem with the free will defence. If a truly omnipotent being exist it can make the logically impossible happen. Like make 4 squares form into a circle, then he could make humans naturally good robots while maintaining free will, despite obvious contradictions. If he can not do this he is not omnipotent. He is bound by logic. A limitation.
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r s
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Feb 21, 2017