What is the best way to stop your child becoming an atheist?

In the end the easiest solution would be to go get a god who is less of a cock. They’re all much the same, particularly in the alarming lack of existence area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

4 Replies to “What is the best way to stop your child becoming an atheist?”

  1. Explain to the child: “On the 7th.day he RESTED” and he is still resting to this day Hence the Baby,young Girls and Boys being RAPED and all other terrible Crimes.

  2. I now have been mulling over this for four days.The core of this dssouisicn is the nature of the subjective versus the objective.In a court of law, we use objective means to arrive at a verdict. This is why evidence matters, especially evidence that can be independently verified. Independent verification is the definition of objectivity and is at the heart of the scientific method. The kind of forensic evidence that is admissable in court uses the same scientific principles and techniques that created the medicines you take and keeps the airplane you travel in from crashing to the ground. Let’s give thanks for independently verifiable, repeatable results.Your spiritual experiences, no matter how real they may be, are not independently verifiable. They exist in you and for you alone. I do not deny their power for you, but they are not for others. There are things one shouldn’t pray about, and which verdict to give as a juror is among them. (I find the idea of jurors praying over the verdict to be quite terrifying.) When it comes to courts of law, it is better to keep the subjective out of it entirely.Occasionally, this separation is harder to maintain. What happens when spiritual witness and objective evidence unavoidably collide, as in the case of the historicity of the Book of Mormon?Here, I have to say that I agree more with your BYU archaeology professor than with you. Rather than the deny objective, independently verifiable facts that underlie the science of archaeology, this man chose to compartmentalize his life into separate subjective and objective realms. This makes sense to me because integrating scientific objectivity into his religious belief system would have come at high cost– he would have lost his faith and his job at BYU. He would likely have caused intense pain to his wife and family. Of course, he could have “integrated” his objective and subjective worlds by destroying his scientific integrity. It is admirable that he chose not to do this.

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