ChristianHeretic wrote:Wow, I step away for a few months and come back to this brilliant morsel of reason from KTR. You sound a bit like a closet Right-Wing Republican KTR
Well welcome back to both you and your delusions. I dont speak for anyone else, but I haven't missed you a bit.
You mean of course the "mythology" of non-terrestrial life?
Non terrestrial life mythology would be known as science fiction, a legitimate literary form. I can recognize it as such, so no, I don't confuse it with speculations of possible life elsewhere in the universe, and define it as such. But you know that because I clearly said it.
I also missed the love-fest between two like minded guys "Excellent! Thanks KTR, you and I have paralleled in almost every conversation on these forums. I enjoy reading your posts, and I'm glad you liked the link."
actually, is rare anyone on this forum stands with me. But glad to see that you can't deal with me getting a compliment. Poor CH, you seem so... Lonely.
Hope the rest of you guys/girls have been well too.
Why...this almost sounds sincere. Have you taken ill?
Ok, let's assume we solely take the evidentiary and/or reasoned approach to life, let's not discuss whether this is the best/only method of discovering truth. Let's assume that it is at least A method, and a good one, is it at least possible that two individuals can evaluate evidence with this reasoned approach, and come up with two completely separate interpretations, and thus, evaluations, and thus beliefs about that evidence? Is it possible that say, 9 judges, can look at the exact same evidence and disagree on the truth assertion required by that evidence, without relying on what KTR calls the "non-logical" side?
Oh, done with your smarmy horseshit now? Have something serious to say now that your Christian urges have been sated? How about you take your assholishness and get lost again? Why should I bother answering your questions, dripping with Christian love? I love it when you guys represent so well.