Dibilis points inconsistencies of the Atheists

 

I am pleased to give below comments from Mark Hamilton, a theist, and Keith Pinster, an atheist:

 

  • Mark Hamilton
    July 21st, 2013 at 2:16 am

    “So, now you are presuming to know what OTHER people think?”

    “The ONE AND ONLY reason that atheists speak out is to defend ourselves against theists trying to shove their superstitions down our throats. ”

    So know you claim to know the motivation behind every atheist who argue about metaphysics? That’s a pretty bold statement for someone who just a paragraph previously chewed out someone for making a similar claim. Your statement also seems pretty impossible to back up, especially in the face of individuals like Richard Dawkins. Do you really believe that the only reason he speaks out is to defend himself? That’s a pretty bold claim to make and I’d like to see some evidence to back it up.

    Also, if the only reason you’re speaking out is to defend yourself from “theists trying to shove their superstitions down our throats” then what are you doing here? You chose to come to this site. Nobody forced you. I’ve seen you commenting on other posts, so you’ve obviously been seeking out more. It would be one thing if Dibilis had come to your house, knocked on your door, and started proselyting. It’s another for you to show up on his own blog by your own violation and then start complaining that he’s shoving theism down your throat.

    • Keith Pinster
      July 21st, 2013 at 7:27 am

      “So know you claim to know the motivation behind every atheist who argue about metaphysics?”

      No, what I’m saying is that if religiots weren’t trying to force their beliefs down our throats, there would be nothing for atheists to fight against.

      “…then what are you doing here?”

      You choose to defend theism against atheism. I am just answering YOUR challenge. Paarsurrey is the one that invited me. I know it sucks to have someone show how moronic religion is, but part of defending our society against the imposition of religion is to come to sites like this and show the audience that religion is nothing but suppositions and speculations and are not logically valid.

      “…if Dibilis had come to your house…”

      Wrong. This is not my house or Dibilis’ house. This is a public forum designed by someone to refute the concept of atheism. Are you saying that people don’t have the right to defend themselves, especially from irrational, illogical and overtly stupid and untrue statements?

  • Mark Hamilton
    July 21st, 2013 at 4:07 pm

    “Are you saying that people don’t have the right to defend themselves, especially from irrational, illogical and overtly stupid and untrue statements?”

    I wouldn’t say that’s a right exactly, but so far the only irrational, illogical, and untrue statements I’ve seen have come from you.

    If you actually made an argument I might possibly be impressed. Instead you just rant about how there is no evidence for theism and refuse to acknowledge the evidence that has been presented all over this site. That and you insult everyone by calling them morons, superstitious, etc. It must be a very strange world where you come from, where people defend themselves by calling other people idiots. I’m sure you’ve shown a lot of people the light with your behavior. I’ll try your method the next time I’m on an atheist’s blog. I’ll just call his statements overtly stupid, insult him and his readership, and then claim that I’m just defending myself from atheists trying to shove their beliefs down my throat. That’ll convince them for sure!

    • Keith Pinster
      July 21st, 2013 at 10:41 pm

      Of course you would say that, since you hold tightly to a delusional superstition. Anyone who points out the inconsistency of your delusion would obviously seem “irrational” to you. That doesn’t surprise me at all.

  • Mark Hamilton
    July 22nd, 2013 at 12:29 am

    Okaaaay….but my point was that you are the one running around calling people’s beliefs irrational, insulting them, and calling them delusional without actually making an argument. I haven’t done that yet. I was trying to point out how ineffective your own method of discourse was.

    “Anyone who points out the inconsistency of your delusion would obviously seem “irrational” to you.”

    Does that mean you are the one clinging tightly to a delusion? And that we seem irrational to you because Dibilis is pointing out the inconsistency in your own beliefs? That actually seems like a pretty good explanation, since you’ve yet to provide any argumentation or, well, reason for your caustic rhetoric. The only person I’ve actually seen trying to “point out inconsistencies” has been Dibilis. If you’d care to make a logical argument instead of claiming that people who believe differently from you must be delusional then maybe we’ll talk.

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    Paarsurrey adds:

    one may click the dates on the comments; that would lead one to the blog of Debilis where the comments and discussion is in progress.

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