yjoeyh wrote:jambijuce wrote:
Un... friggin'... believable.
I call bullshit on you, yjoeyh. I've heard a lot of cockamamie religious claims in my day, but this is too much. I believe you to be an atheistic "trojan horse" trying to wreak havoc from within the ranks of the believers. While I'm usually a supporter of the "give 'em enough rope..." strategy, this is getting to be hyper-absurd. This is a shamefully deceitful tactic, yjoeyh; shame on you.
If you truly are suggesting the above as your position, yjoeyh, I must say it's one of the most supercilious theistic positions I've heard to date (i.e. Every theist/polytheist believes in my god... they just don't know it).
Ad hominem is one of the highest forms of flattery.
I resorted to what you perceive to be an ad hominem attack out of a sincere belief that you were engaging in potentially unethical shenanigans. If you are sincere, I apologize. For the record, I'm very much struggling to take you seriously. You demonstrate yet another shade of faith perpetuated confidence from the theological spectrum of which there is no accountability or limit to what can be claimed or believed. You have redefined virtually every term used (from axiom to supernatural) to suit your argument. You've denied any reliance on the bible, yet insinuate it is a divine edict. You arrogantly assert that you believe in and follow the "correct God" while offering evidence that's convincing only to yourself and then proceed with your "argument" acting as if it's a resolved and agreed upon matter. You fail to in any way define what you describe as the "correct God", in fact you go a step further and "hijack" any and every thing that even remotely hints at a theistic or deistic connotation throughout history as proof of Christianity; to me, this borders on madness. Your "theology" is starting to sound more and more like a megalomaniacal obsession rather than a divinely inspired plan.
I have no intention or need to attack you personally, yjoeyh, but your claims are extraordinarily grandiose and are built upon assumed and asserted beliefs that are grounded solely on your unfounded trust/faith and personal desire/insistence that they are true. You must be aware that the structure of your argument will potentially justify and validate any longstanding established (read axiomatic by your kind) belief. All someone has to do to match the substance of your claim is indicate an ancient source and then assure confidence in the accuracy and superiority of their theology and then claim that all beliefs in other gods/religions corroborates your god (they just happen to misidentify the "correct" god).
I'm still not sure you're being serious.