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Regent University Law is the most powereful Law School in America???

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« Reply #120 on: April 16, 2007, 06:12:09 AM »
what julie say is that evidence in favor of evolution overwhelming. 

thus, anyone who say not believe in evolution = intellectual dipshit.

one can acknowledge the former without transforming it into a belief, can one not? 

jules, you're all about absolutes.  and anyone who doesn't agree with you on anything at all is the enemy.  that's why you're at the margins.  don't you want to come in from the cold?

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« Reply #121 on: April 16, 2007, 06:16:10 AM »
what julie say is that evidence in favor of evolution overwhelming.

thus, anyone who say not believe in evolution = intellectual dipshit.

one can acknowledge the former without transforming it into a belief, can one not?

jules, you're all about absolutes. and anyone who doesn't agree with you on anything at all is the enemy. that's why you're at the margins. don't you want to come in from the cold?

julie quite warm and toasty by fire, anna nicole.  but you want play?  ok, let's play.

if creationism eliminated, then how did life in all of its diversity get here?  did all present and extinct species just pop up one day--but oops, that'd be creationism.

explain this if you can.  julie will be all on edge until julie hear from you.

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« Reply #122 on: April 16, 2007, 06:17:57 AM »
what julie say is that evidence in favor of evolution overwhelming.

thus, anyone who say not believe in evolution = intellectual dipshit.

one can acknowledge the former without transforming it into a belief, can one not?

jules, you're all about absolutes. and anyone who doesn't agree with you on anything at all is the enemy. that's why you're at the margins. don't you want to come in from the cold?

julie quite warm and toasty by fire, anna nicole.  but you want play?  ok, let's play.

if creationism eliminated, then how did life in all of its diversity get here?  did all present and extinct species just pop up one day--but oops, that'd be creationism.

explain this if you can.  julie will be all on edge until julie hear from you.

oh you actually want to debate?  this is new.

first let's check your assumptions.

you assume that not believing in evolution = believing evolution untrue, etc.

by assuming this, you're missing the point entirely.

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« Reply #123 on: April 16, 2007, 06:21:45 AM »
what julie say is that evidence in favor of evolution overwhelming.

thus, anyone who say not believe in evolution = intellectual dipshit.

one can acknowledge the former without transforming it into a belief, can one not?

jules, you're all about absolutes. and anyone who doesn't agree with you on anything at all is the enemy. that's why you're at the margins. don't you want to come in from the cold?

julie quite warm and toasty by fire, anna nicole. but you want play? ok, let's play.

if creationism eliminated, then how did life in all of its diversity get here? did all present and extinct species just pop up one day--but oops, that'd be creationism.

explain this if you can. julie will be all on edge until julie hear from you.

oh you actually want to debate? this is new.

first let's check your assumptions.

you assume that not believing in evolution = believing evolution untrue, etc.

by assuming this, you're missing the point entirely.

you get one more chance deserve julie's participation in this.  julie assume nothing, and your rhetorical tricks at perhaps fourth-grade level. 

question simple:  if evolution not explain current diversity of species, then what do? 

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« Reply #124 on: April 16, 2007, 06:26:02 AM »
what julie say is that evidence in favor of evolution overwhelming.

thus, anyone who say not believe in evolution = intellectual dipshit.

one can acknowledge the former without transforming it into a belief, can one not?

jules, you're all about absolutes. and anyone who doesn't agree with you on anything at all is the enemy. that's why you're at the margins. don't you want to come in from the cold?

julie quite warm and toasty by fire, anna nicole. but you want play? ok, let's play.

if creationism eliminated, then how did life in all of its diversity get here? did all present and extinct species just pop up one day--but oops, that'd be creationism.

explain this if you can. julie will be all on edge until julie hear from you.

oh you actually want to debate? this is new.

first let's check your assumptions.

you assume that not believing in evolution = believing evolution untrue, etc.

by assuming this, you're missing the point entirely.

you get one more chance deserve julie's participation in this.  julie assume nothing, and your rhetorical tricks at perhaps fourth-grade level. 

question simple:  if evolution not explain current diversity of species, then what do? 

you're still missing the point.  this is NOT about evolution.  :D

okay, let's take this slow.  ready?

do you believe in the theory of relativity (special, general, whatever)? 

i'm guessing probably.

would you get into a culture war over it with someone who DOESN'T believe in it?

of course not.

why? 

because there's no practical importance in believing it or not.

same with evolution: there's no practical importance in whether you believe in it or not. 

you say truth always important?  then why the double standard?

the real problem is that the debate over evolution is symbolic over a larger culture war.  but in itself, it is phenomenally unimportant whether one believes in it or not.  understanding how it works?  probably more important.  but BELIEF irrelevant.

that's a slow and step by step explanation of my point here.

i don't expect you to acknowledge it because, like bush, you're too convinced of your own rightness to listen to others.

that's okay, i still like you. 

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« Reply #125 on: April 16, 2007, 06:32:53 AM »
what julie say is that evidence in favor of evolution overwhelming.

thus, anyone who say not believe in evolution = intellectual dipshit.

one can acknowledge the former without transforming it into a belief, can one not?

jules, you're all about absolutes. and anyone who doesn't agree with you on anything at all is the enemy. that's why you're at the margins. don't you want to come in from the cold?

julie quite warm and toasty by fire, anna nicole. but you want play? ok, let's play.

if creationism eliminated, then how did life in all of its diversity get here? did all present and extinct species just pop up one day--but oops, that'd be creationism.

explain this if you can. julie will be all on edge until julie hear from you.

oh you actually want to debate? this is new.

first let's check your assumptions.

you assume that not believing in evolution = believing evolution untrue, etc.

by assuming this, you're missing the point entirely.

you get one more chance deserve julie's participation in this. julie assume nothing, and your rhetorical tricks at perhaps fourth-grade level.

question simple: if evolution not explain current diversity of species, then what do?

you're still missing the point. this is NOT about evolution. :D

okay, let's take this slow. ready?

do you believe in the theory of relativity (special, general, whatever)?

i'm guessing probably.

would you get into a culture war over it with someone who DOESN'T believe in it?

of course not.

why?

because there's no practical importance in believing it or not.

same with evolution: there's no practical importance in whether you believe in it or not.

you say truth always important? then why the double standard?

the real problem is that the debate over evolution is symbolic over a larger culture war. but in itself, it is phenomenally unimportant whether one believes in it or not. understanding how it works? probably more important. but BELIEF irrelevant.

that's a slow and step by step explanation of my point here.

i don't expect you to acknowledge it because, like bush, you're too convinced of your own rightness to listen to others.

that's okay, i still like you.

what surprise:  you have zero answer.

game over.

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« Reply #126 on: April 16, 2007, 06:35:11 AM »
what julie say is that evidence in favor of evolution overwhelming.

thus, anyone who say not believe in evolution = intellectual dipshit.

one can acknowledge the former without transforming it into a belief, can one not?

jules, you're all about absolutes. and anyone who doesn't agree with you on anything at all is the enemy. that's why you're at the margins. don't you want to come in from the cold?

julie quite warm and toasty by fire, anna nicole. but you want play? ok, let's play.

if creationism eliminated, then how did life in all of its diversity get here? did all present and extinct species just pop up one day--but oops, that'd be creationism.

explain this if you can. julie will be all on edge until julie hear from you.

oh you actually want to debate? this is new.

first let's check your assumptions.

you assume that not believing in evolution = believing evolution untrue, etc.

by assuming this, you're missing the point entirely.

you get one more chance deserve julie's participation in this. julie assume nothing, and your rhetorical tricks at perhaps fourth-grade level.

question simple: if evolution not explain current diversity of species, then what do?

you're still missing the point. this is NOT about evolution. :D

okay, let's take this slow. ready?

do you believe in the theory of relativity (special, general, whatever)?

i'm guessing probably.

would you get into a culture war over it with someone who DOESN'T believe in it?

of course not.

why?

because there's no practical importance in believing it or not.

same with evolution: there's no practical importance in whether you believe in it or not.

you say truth always important? then why the double standard?

the real problem is that the debate over evolution is symbolic over a larger culture war. but in itself, it is phenomenally unimportant whether one believes in it or not. understanding how it works? probably more important. but BELIEF irrelevant.

that's a slow and step by step explanation of my point here.

i don't expect you to acknowledge it because, like bush, you're too convinced of your own rightness to listen to others.

that's okay, i still like you.

what surprise:  you have zero answer.

game over.

in typical jules fashion, you declare "MISSION ACCOMPLISHED" and go home.

it's sad to be able to recognize other people's flaws but unwilling to recognize them in yourself.

in time, people will look back at the dogmatic faith in evolution, etc. in the same way we look back at greek myths.

like every generation, this one makes the mistake of believing it's arrived at the END of the search for knowledge.

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« Reply #127 on: April 16, 2007, 06:39:24 AM »
your game very, very weak.  julie saying evolution strike her as entirely logical explanation for something, supported by considerable evidence, that not otherwise explainable unless you believe in creationism, for which evidence virtually nonexistent.

julie has made judgment.  if you insist twisting that into dogma, have at it.

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« Reply #128 on: April 16, 2007, 06:46:24 AM »
julie saying evolution strike her as entirely logical explanation for something, supported by considerable evidence, that not otherwise explainable unless you believe in creationism, for which evidence virtually nonexistent.

who's arguing with this?  this much is plain and simple. 

you're so hung up on your own point that you don't recognize that it's not even being contended.

what i'm saying is, you can accept that something is the most logical explanation and not have that descend into "belief".

can't see that distinction, can you?  no, probably not.  and even if you could you've already made it a point to frame this as jules v. other guy, so you can't concede.

see how dangerous it is to declare enemies?

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« Reply #129 on: April 16, 2007, 06:53:02 AM »
julie saying evolution strike her as entirely logical explanation for something, supported by considerable evidence, that not otherwise explainable unless you believe in creationism, for which evidence virtually nonexistent.

who's arguing with this? this much is plain and simple.

you're so hung up on your own point that you don't recognize that it's not even being contended.

what i'm saying is, you can accept that something is the most logical explanation and not have that descend into "belief".

can't see that distinction, can you? no, probably not. and even if you could you've already made it a point to frame this as jules v. other guy, so you can't concede.

see how dangerous it is to declare enemies?

this like talking to drunk.

julie not declare enemy, so call out bull.

now clean off your shoes before come in house.