Damn, your cunning application of irrefutable logic has demolished all possible atheist arguments.
All of our base are now belong to you.
Are you going to close the comments on this post now?
Please provide peer-reviewed data supporting your bald assertion, mcoville.
Personally I believe prayer works . Works real well to get you out of things you dont want to do. If someone is sick and you don’t want to visit them, just say ” I”m really busy, but I will pray for you and god bless you”. Then when you are in front of the T.V. watching Pat Robertson beg for money you can recite the same prayer you have had memorized since you were four , only you add that persons name to the list. “God bless Aunt Bessy , and god bless Sarah Palin the smartest Christian on earth I’ll add her, Oh yea and god bless that poor sick guy that cant walk and really thought I was gonna come by and feed his cat!! It’s hard work being a Christian!
Jesus walking on water? That’s easy, it was frozen over at the time!
So do placebos. Are you going to take sugar as medicine now?
LoL tooo good :-)
Hah! Take that you satan worshippers! Atheists are soooo screwed now!
the bible is just a bunch of stories about events that never happened and people who never existed.
Well duh! Obviously, if god doesn’t exist then he didn’t walk on water either. The answer’s so simple than even a – - – hmmmm.
The real question should be: Why does anyone believe that some person walked on the Sea of Galilee in the absence of proof that would be accepted as valid by any serious modern day inquiry?
Do these people seriously believe that the story is true just because some ancient people, whom they’ve never heard of, decided that the booklet which contains the story was sufficiently “divinely inspired” to be included in the collection that their particular church accepts as their version of the Christian Bible? Are they aware that there at at least three different collections of books in common use today, all of which are known as “The Bible” ? Are they familiar with the books that have been recently discovered that were written around the same time but did not make it into any of these versions? The Gospel of Thomas, for example.
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