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    Born of a Virgin. How do atheists pretend to disprove that?

    that's not the same thing at all. But any thoughtful person understands that. And yes I'm saying that you're not being thoughtful; you're not thinking about this. First of all, no one (no rational person) puts absolute trust in any one civil war history book. Two, civil war history books...
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    My Saul Challenge

    right. The ONLY thing we have are the stories.
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    The Irony Of It All

    Believing one needs God requires a mental condition. And a vivid imagination.
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    Born of a Virgin. How do atheists pretend to disprove that?

    Just as atheists have no burden to disprove a virgin birth.
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    Born of a Virgin. How do atheists pretend to disprove that?

    I forgot, you don't know how this works... The burden of proof doesn't fall to the person b who brings it up, it falls to the person holding the position. Your position is that it exists in the earliest Matthew texts. However, it is a rhetorical response to the idea that atheists need to...
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    The Irony Of It All

    Not as delusional as believing God exists.
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    My Saul Challenge

    A vivid imagination appears to be a pre-requisite to being a Christian... That's it, isn't it?
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    Born of a Virgin. How do atheists pretend to disprove that?

    Precisely. We don't know. It can't be ruled it out. It matters.
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    Born of a Virgin. How do atheists pretend to disprove that?

    God had someone add it to Matthew after Matthew was written. How do you disprove the fact that it isn't in the earliest copies of Matthew?
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    Born of a Virgin. How do atheists pretend to disprove that?

    there's nothing to disprove. there's no demonstrable event.
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