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Go to: God Sent Christopher Hitchens to Hell Because He Loved Him

schalkerforever's Avatar Jump to comment 25 by schalkerforever

how the fuck does he KNOW where (if at all) went Hitch ? lying bastard - he publicly claims to know something he has no way of knowing, I think the word is LIAR

Sun, 18 Dec 2011 15:05:57 UTC | #900626

Go to: In Memoriam: Christopher Hitchens, 1949–2011

schalkerforever's Avatar Jump to comment 77 by schalkerforever

I guess we're screwed now....I'll have one on Hitch tonight...well....maybe more than one....:(((( Black Friday.....

Fri, 16 Dec 2011 07:36:11 UTC | #899482

Go to: The conversation: So you believe in hell?

schalkerforever's Avatar Jump to comment 47 by schalkerforever

for fuck's sake !!! do we really have to cope with this bull just because it's a female spewing it ????

Sat, 24 Sep 2011 12:03:51 UTC | #874714

Go to: IQ2 debate on "Atheists are wrong" - the results (Lions defeat Christians)

schalkerforever's Avatar Jump to comment 44 by schalkerforever

second that

Comment 7 by Steve Zara :

I'm glad to see Russell becoming involved in such debates. I have long admired his calm and reasoned approach to these matters. It clearly proved effective here.


I don't claim to have proved, once and for all, that no gods exist. No high-profile atheist makes that claim - not Richard Dawkins, not Christopher Hitchens or Sam Harris - and neither, generally, do philosophical atheists in universities. Atheists don't usually make such an overweening claim.

I do feel I have to defend the "no gods exist" position! I know it is not widespread, but I also know I'm not alone in having that hard atheist position. Whether or not gods can exist depends on the definitions of the term, and I think it's not unreasonable to insist that the supernatural avatars of aspects of Nature (which includes the Abrahamic God) are truly impossible beings, even if only because their invention was at a time when Nature was thought to be very different from what we understand it to be today. Such gods are not just beyond evidence, but beyond reason and beyond possibility.

It may require some effort, but I do hope we can arrive at a point where the hard atheist position isn't considered "overwheening", but one of many respectable opinions about the nature of reality!

Fri, 16 Sep 2011 14:36:16 UTC | #871564

Go to: From where should atheists draw their "comfort"?

schalkerforever's Avatar Jump to comment 9 by schalkerforever

did you try alcohol ? ;))) works for me :)

Sun, 04 Sep 2011 14:23:33 UTC | #867171

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