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  • Can I disprove the Christian god? I think I just might be able to.?

    These questions are directed at Christians but feel free to put your $0.02 in even if you aren't.

    My argument consists of the following...

    Premise 1 - God listens to, but does not necessarily act on, all prayer

    Premise 2 - God acts on prayer as long as it is in accordance with his will

    Premise 3 - It is God's will that everyone go to heaven and that no one go to hell

    Premise 4 - The only way to heaven is to accept Jesus as your lord and saviour

    Therefore, if a Christian was to pray for god to give them the words that would convince an atheist to become a Christian, god would have to supply those words to them. To not do so would violate one or more of the above premises & be in contradiction to 2 millennia of Christian doctrine.

    Does anyone disagree so far? If so, please point out where you believe I have gone wrong.

    However, if you agree, we're just about there. Now, to all the Christians, I propose an experiment...

    I want you to pray to god right now to give you the words that will convince me to become a Christian. Then I want you to type those words in as your answer.

    Assuming my logic is sound to this point, and I believe that it is, I will either become a believer or I will continue to be an atheist.

    In the case of the former, it would not prove the existence of god but I believe that it could be considered as evidence towards that end.

    In the case of the latter, however, I believe I will have just disproven the existence of god.

    I await your answers with bated breath.

    6 AnswersReligion & Spirituality9 years ago
  • What is the significance of Iowa and New Hampshire in the GOP primaries?

    Even though I'm not American, I've been following US politics for a fairly long time now (since 2006) but there are a few things I still don't understand about the US election system.

    One of these is, why are pundits always talking about how candidates are doing in Iowa and New Hampshire? Why are these 2 states so important? Why do the candidates spend so much time and money trying to do well in those states?

    All advice gratefully accepted.



    3 AnswersElections9 years ago
  • What sort of things should I be aware of before, during and after my wife gives birth?

    I'd like to hear specifically from anyone who has had children themselves and/or has special insight into the matter for some other reason.

    My wife is due to give birth to our first child in 4 months and I'd like to know what you think that I should be aware of and what I can expect in the weeks leading up to the birth, during the birth itself, and in the weeks afterwards. What were you glad you did or would you have done differently? What advice would you give? What is the single most important thing to remember or to do? What pitfalls are there to be aware of? What can I do to help, support, and generally make the entire thing easier for my wife (and myself for that matter)? That type of thing.



    7 AnswersPregnancy1 decade ago
  • Why was Starstuff cancelled? (Australia)?

    Can anyone tell me why ABC radio cancelled it's excellent program called "Starstuff"?

    Starstuff was one of my all time favourite radio shows and now, after more than 500 episodes and something like 10 years of reporting the latest news in the world of science & astronomy, it's been axed! What a boneheaded decision!

    Does anyone know why it was cancelled and/or who was responsible for the decision?



    2 AnswersRadio1 decade ago