Joined: Jan. 2006
afdave, I'd say you'd have more fun posting on umcommon descent where people who think like you tend to gravitate but you'll need to avoid talking about god and jesus and such. They'll ban you for it.
Anyhow, you haven't brought anything new to the table here. Christisian apologetics is not science and CS Lewis will never be remembered as having any understanding of science or scientific thinking.
Instead of you inviting us to try and "convert" you, how about you skip the middleman and go do some schooling and then convert yourself like any intelligent adult would? Unless you just enjoy playing language games where you can make stuff up as you go along and are not held to any rational rules of logic or scientific method. Read Dembski as an example.
Oh and I have read Lewis, he doesn't bring anything new to the table either. If you have read one Christian apologist you have read them all. They all play by a different set of "logic" rules, make stuff up as they go along, make extreemly subjective and unproveable claims, all of which kills any chance of a meaningful discussion. No offense but your comments here are in the same vein and I doubt you even see that.
If you want to convert others here you'd do well to avoid theistic nonsense, wild unsupported assertions, and instead focus on things that can be tested using ordinary scientific method. As an example, the fact that people claim they have had out of body experiences does not prove they have had out of body experiences. :-)
I recognize that critical thinking is probably foreign to you. Wild, unsupported subjective claims are perfect for theology, but they don't mix well with scientific, or critical, thinking.
You seem like a decent guy so I'll shoot straight with you, most all of your claims and "predictions" are not only unscientific, they are utter nonsense and suggest that skeptical or scientific thinking is something you are unfamiliar with, and also a waste of time to respond to. No big deal. But if you want to be taken seriously, first go learn how to think critically and then get back to us.
Here is an introductory lesson in critical thinking for you:
1) The fact that many people make the same claim, and have done so for a very long time, is not evidence that their claims are true. An idea's popularity is not an indication of its validity.
I'd be more tha happy to help you learn to think critically, but I personally don't have time to respond to your apologetics. Again, Try Dembski's site for that. They not only welcome untrained thinking, they relish it. Just be cautious when you speculate on who the intelligent designer might be.
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