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Old 03-30-2018, 02:15 PM  
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So, does Hell exist?

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Pope To World: Hell Does Exist

Things got a little heated at the Vatican this week when an Italian journalist reported that Pope Francis denied the existence of hell.

Apparently, the fiery 93-year-old avowed atheist reporter, Eugenio Scalfari of La Repubblica, set the social-media world aflame after writing in Italian that when asked about the fate of "bad souls," the pontiff responded, "Hell does not exist."

The pope continued, according to Scalfari, saying (emphasis ours), "The disappearance of sinful souls exists."

The statements spurred Catholics and other believers to grab their virtual pitchforks to express their fury, which the Vatican has since tried to cool.

The Vatican adamantly rejected Scalfari's characterization of the conversation, which it insisted was not an official interview but rather a "private meeting."

On Friday — Good Friday — the Vatican issued a statement saying:

"What is reported by the author in today's article is the fruit of his reconstruction, in which the precise words uttered by the Pope are not cited. No quotations in the aforementioned article, then, should be considered as a faithful transcription of the words of the Holy Father."

And an article by the Catholic News Service claimed Scalfari has admitted "on more than one occasion" that he doesn't take notes or record his conversations with the pope. In other words, he prefers to take, let's say, a memoirist approach to his reporting. He relies largely on memory and recollection, as opposed to documentation.

The news outlet also reminded readers that this is a favored subject of Scalfari's. It reported the journalist wrote a similar article in 2014, so this is a ... resurrection, of sorts.

It wrote:

"According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, 'immediately after death, the souls of those who die in a state of mortal sin descend into hell, where they suffer the punishments of hell, 'eternal fire.'

" 'The chief punishment of hell is eternal separation from God, in whom alone man can possess the life and happiness for which he was created and for which he longs,' the catechism says."

As a final bit of proof that Pope Francis truly holds the belief that hell is real, the religious news outlet offered this bit of fire and brimstone bit of advice: "Convert, there is still time for not ending up in hell. It is what is waiting for you if you continue on this path."

Easter — the day Christians celebrate Jesus' Resurrection — is on Sunday.
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Old 04-04-2018, 08:26 AM   #107
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Sort of the opposite path for me. I grew up by and large outside any faith tradition and was an evangelical atheist until my late 30s. Then God stuck his nose in my business—totally uninvited and all.

I have to admit that I underestimated the amount of work involved in attempting to walk the walk. You know. You’ve been there.

Good luck with the search for truth. I mean it.
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Old 04-04-2018, 09:17 AM   #108
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Old 04-04-2018, 09:48 AM   #109
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Sign me up for that policy and then take your seat at the kid’s table until I call for you.
I figured you might be using religion as a ruse to hide the fact you're a closet chickenhawk.

Those barely legal guys at the rainbow bars you pay on the weeknds to call you "Daddy" might oblige, but that's not my kink - so don't tell me what to do.
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"Work", by my definition, is doing a job you get paid for that helps others. Not mentally masturbating to an invisible man in your hand as the world turns.
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"Work", by my definition, is doing a job you get paid for that helps others. Not mentally masturbating to an invisible man in your hand as the world turns.
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The most unbiased "source" is human observations of history, Earth, and the universe. Over time those observations lend increasingly shrinking evidence of the existence of any god and zero evidence of any of the particular Gods as espoused in various scriptures.
This is the big issue, right here, and I know plenty of philosophers and even a few scientists (myself included) who would disagree with you about that shrinking evidence you talk about. In truth, there is no such thing as an unbiased human observation. In fact, it's impossible for humans to not be biased in any way because we all have individual life experiences and those experiences affect every observation we make, and every thoughtwe might have whether we are aware of it or not.
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This is the big issue, right here, and I know plenty of philosophers and even a few scientists (myself included) who would disagree with you about that shrinking evidence you talk about. In truth, there is no such thing as an unbiased human observation. In fact, it's impossible for humans to not be biased in any way because we all have individual life experiences and those experiences affect every observation we make, and every thoughtwe might have whether we are aware of it or not.
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You can’t put honesty in a test tube.
“Science” doesn’t say anything—scientists do.

Those are a couple of the illuminating conclusions we can draw from the global warming e-mail scandal.

“You mean science is not objective?” No, unless the scientists are, and too often they are not. I don’t want to impugn all scientists, but it is true that some of them are less than honest. Sometimes they lie to get or keep their jobs. Sometimes they lie to get grant money. Sometimes they lie to further their political beliefs. Sometimes they don’t intentionally lie, but they draw bad scientific conclusions because they only look for what they hope to find.

Misbehavior by scientists is more prevalent than you might think. A survey conducted by University of Minnesota researchers found that 33% of scientists admitted to engaging in some kind of research misbehavior, including more than 20% of mid-career scientists who admitted to “changing the design, methodology or results of a study in response to pressure from a funding source.” Think of how many more have done this but refuse to admit it! (The researchers said as much in their findings.)

Outright lies and deception certainly seem to be the case with “Climate-gate.” The exposed e-mails reveal cherry picking; manipulating data; working behind the scenes to censor dissenting views; and doubting what the measurements say because they don’t fit their pre-determined conclusion. Matt Drudge headlined this yesterday as the “Greatest scandal in modern science.”

I actually think there is another great scientific scandal, but its misrepresentations are not quite as obvious. In this scandal, instead of outright lies, scientific conclusions are smuggled in as philosophical presuppositions. Such is the case with the controversy over the origin of life and new life forms. Did natural forces working on non-living chemicals cause life, or is life the result of intelligent activity? Did new life forms evolve from lower life forms by natural forces or was intelligence needed?

Dr. Stephen Meyer has written a fabulous new best-selling book addressing those questions called Signature in the Cell. Having earned his Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge in the philosophy of science, Dr. Meyer is at the top of the science food chain. In our August 8th radio interview, he told me he’s been working on his 600+ page book—which isn’t short of technical detail—for more than a decade.

What qualifies a man who has a Ph. D. in the “philosophy of science” to write on the origin of life or macroevolution? Everything. What some scientists, and many in the general public fail to understand is that science cannot be done without philosophy. All data must be interpreted. And much of the debate between Intelligent Design proponents (like Dr. Meyer) and the Darwinists (like Oxford Professor Richard Dawkins) is not a debate over evidence—everyone is looking at the same evidence. It’s a debate over philosophy. It’s a debate over what causes will be considered possible before we look at the evidence.

Scientists look for causes, and logically, there are only two possible types of causes—intelligent causes or non-intelligent causes (i.e. natural causes). A natural cause can explain a geologic wonder like the Grand Canyon, but only an intelligent cause can explain a geologic wonder like the faces of the presidents on Mount Rushmore. Likewise, natural laws can explain why ink adheres to the paper in Dr. Meyer’s book, but only an intelligent cause can explain the information in that book (i.e. Dr. Meyer!).

How does this apply to the question of the origin of life? Long after Darwin, we discovered that “simple” single-celled life is comprised of massive volumes of DNA information called specified complexity—in everyday terms, a complicated software program or a really long message. Richard Dawkins admits that the information content of the “unjustly called ‘primitive’ amoeba” would fill 1,000 volumes of an encyclopedia!

What’s the cause of this? Here’s where the philosophy comes in. Dr. Meyer is open to both types of causes. Richard Dawkins is not. Dr. Meyer’s book explains why natural forces do not appear to have the capacity to do the job, only intelligence does. However, Dawkins and his Darwinist cohorts philosophically rule out intelligent causes before they look at the evidence. So no matter how much the evidence they discover points to intelligence (as a long message surely does), they will always conclude it had to be some kind of natural cause. In other words, their conclusion is the result of their philosophical presupposition.

While Dawkins has no viable natural explanation for life or the message contained therein, he says he knows it cannot be intelligence. That philosophical presupposition leads to what appears to be an unbelievable conclusion: To believe that 1,000 volumes of an encyclopedia resulted from blind natural forces is like believing that the Library of Congress resulted from an explosion in a printing shop. I don’t have enough faith to believe that.

“This is a ‘God of the gaps’ argument!” Dawkins might protest. No it isn’t. We don’t just lack a natural explanation for “simple” life—1,000 encyclopedias worth of information is positive empirically verifiable evidence for an intelligence cause. Consider the cause of the book The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins, for example. It’s not merely that we lack a natural explanation for the book (of course we know that the laws of ink and paper couldn’t have written the book). It’s also the fact that we know that messages only come from minds. Therefore, we rightly posit an intelligent author, not a blind natural process.

Why is it so hard for Dawkins and other Darwinists to see this? Maybe they refuse to see it. Maybe, like global warming “scientists,” they have their own political or moral reasons for denying the obvious. Or maybe they’ve never realized that you cannot do science without philosophy. As Einstein said, “The man of science is a poor philosopher.” And poor philosophers of science may often arrive at false scientific conclusions. That’s because science doesn’t say anything—scientists do.
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Jesus / God never existed.
Not according to these secular historians.

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More broadly in this country, christians try to push their views on the non-religious all the time.
And your Marxist Lefty side does not ??? Look in the mirror !!

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Non-christians are massively under-represented in government
Not way dude !! Many politicians in Christian name only but actually live it out ??? NOT!!!!! Real authentic Christians in DC ? A very small few who actually live it out. Actions speak louder than words and DC flunks big time when it comes to actually honoring God.

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We have Christmas as a national holiday. We have the words "under god" in the pledge of allegiance. We have "in God we trust" on our money. Republicans continue to push for abstinence only sex education despite clear evidence it doesn't work. Politicians still feel the need to be ostentatiously religious. Churches get massive tax breaks. Etc. etc. etc.
Oh the proverbial "absolutes" vs "relativity" argument i.e. to morality. Our FF believed in "moral absolutes" and why "In God We Trust". Our FF were very well educated and well read and studied past societies, govts, and civilizations and took the good and discarded the bad from all their studies and knew damn well "man could not govern himself" apart from a transcendent perfect God who handed down the perfect morality from the Bible and it's values. They just couldn't come out and formerly say that along with establishing separation of church and state which was very intelligent.

Obviously you believe "morality" is relative and you are smarter than our FFs I take it ????
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Well, "in god we trust" was added in 1956, and "under god" was added in 1954.

Thomas Jefferson, on the other hand, said this:
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And your Marxist Lefty side does not ??? Look in the mirror !!
Advocating for your political policy views is exactly what our government is for. Both liberals and conservatives are religious. Both liberals and conservatives are non-religious.

Shoving your religion onto people, on the other hand, runs counter to the constitution and the principles upon which our country is founded.
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Not way dude !! Many politicians in Christian name only but actually live it out ??? NOT!!!!! Real authentic Christians in DC ? A very small few who actually live it out. Actions speak louder than words and DC flunks big time when it comes to actually honoring God.
I agree. I don't know very much about jesus, but what I do know is that he felt it was important to help people and to not judge them. Prodigal son, turn the other cheek, etc. In other words, if someone is hungry you feed them, and you don't try to figure out if they are "deserving."

That is not consistent with the modern republican party, to say the least.
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I agree. I don't know very much about jesus, but what I do know is that he felt it was important to help people and to not judge them. Prodigal son, turn the other cheek, etc. In other words, if someone is hungry you feed them, and you don't try to figure out if they are "deserving."

That is not consistent with the modern republican party, to say the least.
Not true, we just don't agree with perpetuating laziness and growing bums. If an American is down-and-out, I think conservatives are the first to help him/her fix themselves, but a nameless, faceless, long-term/permanent government cheese career isn't helping anybody.
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