Sunday, October 4, 2009

The case for God


9 comments:

BarnStormer said...

Sadly, somebody out there might take this approach.

Or worse yet, believe that belief in a god itself is the neutral position.

Ryk said...

Many do unfortunately, thats why its funny, caause it's true. It seems that often this is the only approach. Once you cut through the psuedo science, logical falacies, and Bible quotes all you are left with is "Uh huh there is so a Jesus."

I would like to see some real objective evidence for a God it would be interesting. So far no one has ever presented any.

Tracy said...

I will be praying about an "objective evidence" response for you Ryk. If you could have satisfactory objective evidence for what I claim to be true, would you believe then?

How are you by the way?

Ryk said...

I am doing well. I can not say until I see the evidence but in general objective and convincing evidence does do the trick usually. The problem is that most evidence for the supernatyral is either subjective, unconvincing or both. However I hope you are successful in finding evidence that is not.

Ryk said...

So how are you doing? Well I hope. I have been either on the road or home but out of the house for weeks now. I have had a little time for reading blogs but not much for posting.

rhiggs said...

Hmmm

In fairness it's the most convincing argument I've heard yet...

Tracy said...

I am doing well.

I'm busy with the mom stuff and school. I'm planning a Science Day to do with my friend and our kids. We will learn about rocks and make crystals. It looks interesting.

The boys both have rock collections so I know they will get a lot out of it.

The girls like anything that sparkles so they will most likey enjoy making crystals.

Tracy said...

Where have you been Ryk? I have a post for you on my blog.

Ryk said...

Been out of town on work