1. lol@ the preacher always getting cut off.


    why would anyone think one or more gods from any religion is real when we
    cannot prove them? humans have obviously made up many a god and many a
    religion.. so maybe YOUR religion is also just human made.

    Just because you dont know why we exist or how the universe began doesnt
    mean you can make up stuff.. it means you should try to find the answer. if
    you cannot then you accept that you simply dont know why we exist and how
    the universe got here. dont just assume that a god… your god, must have
    been behind it. thats like an argument form ignorance.

  2. and we all wonder why atheists have to be all defensive…..if you dont
    believe in God well that is your business let those that believe in Him do
    so,its free will,stop trying so hard to create awareness of your belief,we
    choose to believe in God,no gun was put to our head and if it was me in
    that studio i would not even question or even answer that Harrison guy,my
    God doesnt need defense or protection,WASTE OF TIME this is!

  3. Good conversation ,but the Lady s are not giving pastor time to explain.
    Just to let the Man who claims that there is no GOD, The fact that he does
    Not believe in God, He believes in something else .

  4. N/B goats are not grazers, class 5 science they are browsers. Thus the
    reason why they excrete pebles is because they need to conserve moisture in
    there bodies an adaptation of the environment they live in

  5. I think we can all agree that we didn’t choose what part of the world we
    are born in, now the question I ask Christians, if you were born into a
    Hindu family, would you still be a Christian? If you were born in Greek
    land, you would be praying to Egyptian Gods?

  6. It is too appalling how shallow the presenters’ knowledge on theism is!
    Especially mirrored by the closing quote. Has that lady even ever wondered
    why a self-sufficient being would create beings, with weaknesses, put them
    on a desolate corner of some universe, give them laws to follow and create
    a chamber of eternal torture for all those who do not follow them?! This
    narrative, everyone would agree, sounds like the mind of a psychopathic
    serial killer but when it comes to God… no no no, people’s consciences of
    morality and reason fail them. This sort of creature is one that, even if
    they could be shown to exist (which is still very far from being so),
    should not warrant worship and praise but hate and resistance. Why create
    beings just to “test” them and force them (not force? do you have a choice
    really? can you choose to disobey him and expect him to still grant you
    heaven?) to worship him for no benefit on his side at all (he is
    self-sufficient)? How more selfish can any creature be than this? Think
    people. Think.

  7. what keeps you alive thats a stupid question what keeps you alive you are
    alive because your heart is beating ones it stops you will be dead ask
    meaningful questions. your body/our bodies function as a system and once
    one component of that system ceases to work you might fall sick and die

  8. Despite the fact that the pastor’s quoting of Einstein is actually a
    logical fallacy of undue appeal to authority (in fact, Einstein was no
    authority in matters pertaining theology; His grasping on philosophy was
    also very questionable, at least to me), he is doing Einstein’s memory in
    some of us great injustice by so associating that quote to so primitive a
    belief system as the one he holds.

    Einstein himself, because of getting weary and disturbed of theists
    misusing that quote the pastor uses during his lifetime, several times in
    his writings did he refuse to be associated with that personal God of
    Judeo-Christian belief systems. In a letter to philosopher Eric Gutkind in
    1954, Einstein stated:

    “The word god is for me nothing more than the expression and product of
    human weaknesses, the Bible a collection of honourable, but still primitive
    legends which are nevertheless pretty childish. No interpretation no matter
    how subtle can (for me) change this. ”

    In another letter in the same year, he further emphasizes:

    “It was, of course, a lie what you read about my religious convictions, a
    lie which is being systematically repeated. I do not believe in a personal
    God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly. If
    something is in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded
    admiration for the structure of the world so far as our science can reveal
    it. “

  9. I am an atheist and yes I am from Kenya, I though the arguments were weak,
    the panelists entirely lost the point.

  10. Morality is a human phenomenon, not a religious one. To think it a
    religious one is to be unthoughtfully dogmatic and biased…. In fact, I
    have grown to fear people who think that religion is what gives people good
    morals because these people have the thought that the only thing keeping
    them and everybody else from being immoral is religion… I see a raging
    dog held back by a leash (religion) which if happened to be loosened… :O

  11. Pastor, Harrison never poisoned the well because he never at any single
    time in his introduction place any direct ad hominem on you… He only
    was uninhibitedly attacking religion which actually happens to be the
    subject of the matter… That’s a straw-man you were trying to create.

  12. How about next time this type of talk takes place, we have an equal number
    of people on both sides of the panel? This was overwhelming for Harrison
    who had to deal with 3 other people who held opposite views from him. All
    in all, i agreed with Harrison

  13. Let it be known that an atheist is NOT one who believes that God exists but
    one who DOES NOT believe in the existence of God… so it is actually SILLY
    to ask what an atheist believes in because, by definition, an atheist’s
    stand is NOT a belief. Let those who make claims and invest beliefs into
    the claims be the ones to justify the claims, not the ones that do not
    believe in their claims. For example: Most people today do not believe in
    the ancient Greek god of thunder, Zeus(whether they have heard of him or
    not is unimportant in this consideration). In this respect, most people are
    actually atheists with respect to Zeus. Now, would it make sense for a
    present day believer in the existence of Zeus to approach you (if you are
    an atheist with respect to Zeus) and ask you what you believe in, your code
    of conduct blah blah blah?… The same question could be asked of the
    hundreds maybe thousands of Gods people have been worshiping throughout
    history… or even of Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny. The burden of
    proof, in logic, always lies with the claimant.

  14. Christopher Hitchens, Matt Dillahunty and Jeff Dee would have eaten that
    deluded pastor alive! Such a laughable fool.

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