Fundie Atheists religion says there is no Devil

Authentic Nouveau

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The fundies accuse Christians. Bible predicted the Devil would have those who obey him accuse the Saints of the Living God;

Obeying orders from the Devil is how religious atheists prove there is a Devil.
 

Authentic Nouveau

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Well they certain accuse certain Christians of lying when said Christians pretend to be doctors and clearly are not.

Do you see anything wrong in pointing out lies, Authie?

Perhaps it is only wrong when they are yours?
Also Atheists confirm the reality of the devil when they keep making false accusations.

Why does the Devil have such willing atheist liars?
 

J regia

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Also Atheists confirm the reality of the devil when they keep making false accusations.

Why does the Devil have such willing atheist liars?
Is that why Grumpy Trumpy is a compulsive liar and keeps making false accusations?
And does he worship the devil as well as himself?
 
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J regia

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Why does the Devil use an atheist to lie and say the flood of Noah was only 15 cubits deep?
Do you believe that the devil wrote the story about how most of Noah's family was drowned by a flood which was 15 cubits high (Gen 7:20)?
20 Fifteen cubits upward did the waters prevail, and the mountains were covered.
 

The Pixie

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Also Atheists confirm the reality of the devil when they keep making false accusations.

Why does the Devil have such willing atheist liars?
Christians refute the reality of God by habitually lying when the Bible tells them not to.

And their lies refute what Jesus said! There is a guy on CARM, who is frankly a pathological liar, who pretends to own a yacht. Obviously another lie, but the claim is directly standing against Jesus' command to his followers to give away their material goods!

Why would anyone believe what a Christian says when this is how they behave?
 

The Pixie

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How is that obvious? Do you deny without evidence the existence of yachts, as well as of God?
Sorry if that was not clear. I accept the existence of yachts. I deny that this particular poster owns a yacht. Or that he has a medical degree. Or that he is chairman of a Fortune 500 company. Or that his daughter is an Olympic athlete. Or that...

If he had only claimed to own a yacht, I might be inclined to believe him. But factor in all the other claims and it is clear these are made up claims. Especially when we also consider his appalling command of the English language. And this is the supposed medical doctor who confused mitochondria with midi-chlorians. And this supposed skipper of his local yacht club thinks the speed of a boat is measured in "knots/hour".

It is sad his life is so pathetic he has to pretend. Why can he not be happy with what God gave him? Who knows.
 

stiggy wiggy

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And this supposed skipper of his local yacht club thinks the speed of a boat is measured in "knots/hour".

… the ship went ten knots an hour with a prodigious sea....
— Admiral George Anson, Anson's Voyage Round the World, 1748

… we were at that time running at the rate of six knots an hour….
— Captain James Cook, Voyages, 1790

Usage continued by others with some experience of the nautical life:

When the ship was running nine knots an hour, these animals [porpoises] could cross and recross the bows with the greatest of ease, and then dash away right ahead.
— Charles Darwin, The Voyage of the Beagle, 1839

We were gliding along, hardly three knots an hour….
— Herman Melville, Mardi: And a Voyage Thither, 1849

 

Authentic Nouveau

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… the ship went ten knots an hour with a prodigious sea....
— Admiral George Anson, Anson's Voyage Round the World, 1748

… we were at that time running at the rate of six knots an hour….
— Captain James Cook, Voyages, 1790

Usage continued by others with some experience of the nautical life:

When the ship was running nine knots an hour, these animals [porpoises] could cross and recross the bows with the greatest of ease, and then dash away right ahead.
— Charles Darwin, The Voyage of the Beagle, 1839

We were gliding along, hardly three knots an hour….
— Herman Melville, Mardi: And a Voyage Thither, 1849


Funny how they deflect from comment on the Devil.
 
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