George Locke

Yes. Science has proved that it’s impossible to walk on water, raise the dead, float up into the sky, and so forth. Oh wait, did you want me to consider the claims of the Bible as special?

Posted: July 19th 2010

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logicel

It is not a matter of disproving, it is a matter of proving. A negative can’t be proven. Therefore, the proof is in the pudding. And the pudding—more like a runny and rancid gruel—that Christians offer is way too thin and off-putting to be eaten with any gusto.

Based on the scientific method and the hard-won scientific knowledge base, it is highly improbable that Jesus Christ suspended natural laws and completed miracles like raising guys from the dead and increasing food production. It is fantasy; it is a story; it would be entertaining if many people did not take this crapola as real knowledge.

Posted: July 17th 2010

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Blaise www

show us one, and we’ll be happy to test it!

Posted: July 17th 2010

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Dave Hitt www

No.

Nor have they disproved the mighty feats of Thor.

Posted: July 17th 2010

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Mike the Infidel www

No. But then again, there is no extra-Biblical confirmation of any of the miracles attributed to him. Chroniclers writing in Jerusalem at the time he was alive merely mentioned that there were people who believed he was the messiah, and said nothing of any miraculous actions on his part. Of special note is the fact that one of the gospels mentions that, upon Jesus’ death, the dead of Jerusalem supposedly rose from their graves and went around the town – yet not even a single historian discusses an event of such profound magnitude.

Posted: July 17th 2010

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