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Pastimes : The Philosopher's Thread

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To: koan who wrote (12)12/14/2008 11:30:26 AM
From: GROUND ZERO™14 Recommendations  Read Replies (1) of 71
What??? You completely missed my point, I'm not talking about religion... and you're now answering a question I didn't even pose, nor did I ever suggest that God exists or not, you did...

You asked how can religious teachings be tested and I told you... nor did I challenge evolution, but you defend it like it's your own personal religion, you seem confused... I asked you several questions and you've completely ignored them... and you have failed to tell me how our law do not support broad religious tenets...

Nonetheless, it is now clear to me that you have some other agenda, some axe to grind, more likely to bash religion than to discuss anything on the table that may be empirical... I'm not a religious buff, I don't care about religion or their gods, but you introduced the point and the question, and now you talk about some Greek gods... where did that come from?

Keep your Greek gods, keep your discussion, and keep your thread... I can spot a pseudo intellect when they begin to present their agenda, you have now done that as well, your comments are too shallow to be authentic or genuine... any legitimate philosopher who has a brief encounter with you will discover quickly that you don't know what you're talking about, I know philosophers, you're clearly not a philosopher...

Good luck and enjoy your thread, so long...<g>

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