Jordan Peterson definition of God

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    Belle Rose
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    @Glen D my response was to Davis. Anyway, it’s whatever. And it wasn’t an ad homenim attack I was answering his question. You can choose to disagree with me. But I’m sure you couldn’t come up with something to prove me wrong.

    So what now? Just because I say I’m not an atheist you automatically label me as a theist?

    Wow you all know me so well! Let’s see how many more labels people can slap on me without even knowing me. You all are so insightful. Well done!

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    Belle Rose
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    However @Glen D you just proved my point. It’s amazing to me how quickly the slightest hint somebody might disagree or challenge a point of view, and it’s “I don’t want to talk to you anymore.” That’s how petty and close minded our world has become. And that’s exactly why I said what I said to Davis. And it has been my experience that those people who claim to be the most open minded and progressive are actually the exact opposite

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    Glen D in reply to Ivy.

    “There’s way more evidence that God does exist than evidence that he doesn’t.’

    Absolutely!

    The bible is evidence, as is 2000 years of written testimony, personal accounts, tradition and even historical evidence (written after the fact)

    If we accept that as consequential evidence, then we must accept that the book Dracula is evidence for the existence of vampires. Both statements carry the same weight.

    This begs the question that if vampires are afraid of holy water and a crucifix then does that imply that Jesus must also be “real”.

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    Ivy to Davis, There is no such thing as objective evidence for OR against the existence of God. It is all subjective.

    Have I not been saying that in arguments for years with you 🙂

    It is subjective because there is no evidence to evaluate. I don’t believe in any gods existing because there is no evidence to warrant holding such a position.

     

     

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