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Atheists, can you prove The BIBLE is false?
wwill make this really simple for yeti. All yeti have to do is.....
l) Preys testjust CINE city that The BIBLE talks about, never really existed.
2) Preys testjust CINE person that The BIBLE talks about never really existed.
3) Preys testjust CINE extent that The BIBLE talks about, never really happened.
All yeti have to do is give ABSOLUTE PROOF of any ofthose.
Can yeti ONE?
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I could if yeti' d listen to reasen. I mouldiest point right to Genesis, the same way I
could point right to Harry Potter and say, "Look, silly, this is obviously fictional".
But yeti went listen to reasen. It' s like playing Chess with a pigeon; no matter how
good I am at chess, the pigeon isjust going to knock pieces, crap en the
board and strut around like it' s Victorious.
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#1 - teranin ONLINE (07/07/2013) [+] (20 replies)
Standard practice, shifting the burden of proof so that the opponent must try to prove a negative.  I'll make an attempt, here, but my proof for these is simply that there is no evidence of them ever having existed, beyond what is written in the bible.   
   
1: Tower of Babylon, No evidence of any kind that such a structure was ever constructed, nor that it ever existed, nor that it was ever destroyed, outside of the Bible.   
2: Noah.  There is no evidence of any kind relevant to his existence, his ark, and in fact, there is a tremendous TREMENDOUS amount of evidence that directly contests even the slightest possibility of the flood having occured or of Noah actually being capable of gathering one of every species onto a boat, as well as tremendous evidence against the very concept of only a few members of a species truly being able to repopulate a species.  Humanity is far too genetically diverse for this to have ever happened.   
3: Both of my examples also consist of events, and both events either have zero evidence of having taken place, or direct evidence to the contrary.   
   
I don't even know why I bothered to write that out, since the burden of proof has no business being on me.  Of course, the question on yahoo answers is already resolved, so I can't actually direct this at the guy who asked this 						*******					 question in the first place.
Standard practice, shifting the burden of proof so that the opponent must try to prove a negative. I'll make an attempt, here, but my proof for these is simply that there is no evidence of them ever having existed, beyond what is written in the bible.

1: Tower of Babylon, No evidence of any kind that such a structure was ever constructed, nor that it ever existed, nor that it was ever destroyed, outside of the Bible.
2: Noah. There is no evidence of any kind relevant to his existence, his ark, and in fact, there is a tremendous TREMENDOUS amount of evidence that directly contests even the slightest possibility of the flood having occured or of Noah actually being capable of gathering one of every species onto a boat, as well as tremendous evidence against the very concept of only a few members of a species truly being able to repopulate a species. Humanity is far too genetically diverse for this to have ever happened.
3: Both of my examples also consist of events, and both events either have zero evidence of having taken place, or direct evidence to the contrary.

I don't even know why I bothered to write that out, since the burden of proof has no business being on me. Of course, the question on yahoo answers is already resolved, so I can't actually direct this at the guy who asked this ******* question in the first place.
#30 - rockerforlife (07/08/2013) [-]
Some Christians may find that analogy offensive,
Some Atheists may find the steadfast faith of Christians absurd.

Neither of these however, are me.
I am a pigeon and I have a 1980 raiting in the US Chess Federation, and I will not stand for this ********
#31 - kommandantvideo (07/08/2013) [+] (12 replies)
I hate bible thumpers. I'm probably gonna get flak for this, but I'm a catholic christian, and I can honestly say that I don't believe in everything in the bible. I believe in everything in the bible, but not literally. Most things in the bible are simply religious truths, put there to try to strengthen your bond with god/explain the unexplainable. For instance, there is a book in the bible called Job about a fictional man who suffers, even though he is very good and does not sin. This book is COMPLETELY fictional and holds no truths. In fact, it doesn't even answer the question that the book was written to explain, which is "why do good people suffer?" The answers is : We don't know. If you ever see a person who goes around claiming that everything in the bible is true, go ahead and ask them about the series of books called midrash. Chances are, they may not know anything about what you're talking about, because they aren't really christians, just posers/extremists trying to make everyone else in the group look bad. Much like the muslim terrorists. And if they truly believe everything in the bible is true, they're just crazy people. I know a nun in a community who acknowledges that not everything in the bible is true.
User avatar #33 - kintoexile ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
snakes cant talk.
#32 - sventrain (07/08/2013) [+] (3 replies)
That guy has obviously seen this picture.
User avatar #35 - luckyspirit (07/08/2013) [+] (8 replies)
A friend of mine once told me that before Moses got onto the arc, he had a group of people that he split into two groups. One half was pretty much on his side and the other were questioning Moses or something. In the end, the second half refused to believe God would flood the earth and then Moses and his supporters killed them all.

I probably butchered the explanation, but it came from a friend who learned this in a Catholic school and I figured it'd be interesting to put on here because religion.
User avatar #38 to #37 - Zydratejunkie (07/08/2013) [-]
That's alright, you knew there was an arc in there somewhere, and a Moses in there too. To be honest, that's more than most people understand.

I am likely only as educated as I am because my dad was a preacher. A badass hard rock listening to, motorcycling preacher who owned the Qu'ran, Torah, and books by Dawkins and other such atheists.
#14 - anonymous (07/08/2013) [+] (2 replies)
They still didn't answer the questions and disprove the Bible. Therefore, the Bible is truth.
#16 to #14 - stickandmove (07/08/2013) [-]
Good trolls are more subtle than that.
User avatar #65 - anonslayer (07/08/2013) [-]
I don't know if they have these classes anymore, but when I went to highschool, I took a class called: "Analyzing the Bible as Literature" First we would decide what things in the bible were supposedly true stories compared to what was Fiction. After that we would decide what the fiction stories meant, such as reading a story that never happened but the message is that stealing is bad. Now at the end of the year we decided that the Bible was just a survival guide. Telling people how to live with others in communities.
User avatar #64 - Zyaph (07/08/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I've been thinking about reading the bible recently. Not because I'm a believer or anything, I'm just kind of curious about reading it. I'd like to start from the beginning. Would I have to start at the old testament or anything? Or a different version/book/whatever you wanna call it?
User avatar #51 - YllekNayr (07/08/2013) [-]
Wow, I am genuinely impressed. All these comments, but none talking about ********** . Or causing ********** . Just discussion.

I like it.
#79 - tenthdivine ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
Oddly relevant!
User avatar #75 - Whetstone (07/08/2013) [-]
When it comes to trying to disprove the Bible to a christian, it's like the outside of an old building under construction. When you are inside of the building, it looks sturdy and sound, and you don't have a second thought. However, from the outside, everyone can see that there are holes and it is covered in scaffolding. And no matter how hard you try, you will never be able to convince the people inside that it is a crappy building. The only way they can ever see it is if they step outside of the building. But they will never step outside, no matter how many times you tell them.
User avatar #55 - tigersstripes (07/08/2013) [+] (8 replies)
Anyone up for a reasonable discussion of opinions and beliefs? Cool.
I am agnostic, I could accept that a god of some sort existed, if I had a bit of proof. I genuinely HATE God's fanclub, not all of the Christians, of course, just ones like the above. Not because they are Christian but because they don't accept others opinions and shove their religion down your throat. Can we all just accept that there is no way everyone will agree on everything? I don't even mind laying out the proofs of what each person accepts as reality (whether it be a book or ancient bones), but if the other disagrees can we let it be? Don't believe in evolution? Ok, as long as you aren't constantly trying to tell me why I am wrong about it. I won't tell you that you are wrong about creationism. We cool? We cool.
#15 - mcdonaldsman (07/08/2013) [+] (4 replies)
i lol'd so hard i cant even breath i am definitely using this in the future
#21 to #19 - unoriginalaccount (07/08/2013) [-]
Whatever you say bro.
#8 - anonymous (07/07/2013) [+] (2 replies)
classic avoidance... yes the other came up with an impossible scenario... the only thing proven here is that when it comes to debate of something no one can fully understand... everyone is an idiot... so why dont people just leave it the **** alone...
User avatar #27 to #8 - corso (07/08/2013) [-]
And why.... Do you type... Like this....
User avatar #34 - iHAXnoobs (07/08/2013) [-]
prove harry potter doesn't exist.
User avatar #28 - cleverguy (07/08/2013) [-]
the only way to prove something doesn't exist is to show that it goes against logic so usually thats pretty hard, but almost every event in the bible goes against logic so yeah
#11 - fahquoo (07/08/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I tried having a civilized debate while watching Religilous with a hardcore believer, pausing every 5 minutes to discuss points. We made it through half the movie before he turned it off, saying "Well, if you need everything to be 100% proven before youll have just a little faith, I cant keep watching this with you."

It was the scene where Bill Maher was in the religion store and pointing out religion comes with a high price tag.
#9 - anonymous (07/07/2013) [+] (2 replies)
also @teranin theres alot of evidence supporting the flood story..... so.....
#52 to #9 - kez (07/08/2013) [-]
The other guy is a prick.

But no, there isnt.

The flood makes no sense considering what we know now. And if it did happen God decided to remove all evidense of it for some reason that doesnt make sense.
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