I actually do blog about these experiences over at microbesandmen.blogspot.com. I've done several, in addition to alot of other fun topics.
I often feel like the odd man out. It is interesting listening to the conversation, the reasoning, and the arguments. So you say you are a fan of Ray Comfort? Still?
Perhaps I should review some of the book. I actually just thumbed through to a random page, and read that Comfort thinks that scientists claim that giraffes have evolved long necks to reach tall trees. This actually isn't accurate, not that I would ever accuse Ray of doing any honest research, but giraffe necks appear to be about male dominance....thickness of skull is also correlated with dominance. They use their heads like clubs; females mate with winners.
When I get a chance I'll do more than a random search.
Got to get a lecture ready for tommorrow. Later.
As a Christian, could you provide your perspective on suffering? How can we understand the notion that god is omniscient, omnipotent, and omnibenevolent....and yet there is so much excruciating suffering in the world? Thanks.
Whateverman wrote:Jason Brunet wrote:Anyway, it was because of that book that I became a fan of Ray Comfort.
Hi Jason. I remember seeing your name, but I can't remember (reliably) whether you continue to be a Christian or a fan of Ray. Would you please give us (me) a brief update of where you stand now? I'm only curious...
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Jason Brunet wrote:So I guess where I am is waiting for my emotions to catch up with my brain.
Thanks for asking.
Whateverman wrote:Jason Brunet wrote:So I guess where I am is waiting for my emotions to catch up with my brain.
Thanks for asking.
That's a great way of describing it!
I'm always bothered a little when people portray the decision to believe in God as "either Christianity or Atheism", for example. I've seen lots of Christians who became disillusioned by their religion, and turn into atheists. Whereas it's their decision to make, I don't think you need to be an atheist in order to reject theism.
I say this as a deist, obviously
Jason Brunet wrote:But even so, this doesn't bring you even within a mile of the God of Christianity
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