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|Quote (kevinmillerxi @ Mar. 24 2011,13:38)|
|As far as this argument goes:|
I've heard plenty of you mock it, but no one refute it.
|To me, something like The God Delusion is a really good challenge to think through what I believe in and why do I believe it, and ask myself the big questions. Essentially, if Dawkins is right, the very tool he used to form his argument, which is reason, we have absolutely no reason to trust the outcome of. So his argument has destroyed the tool he used to create the argument. So it’s nonsensical.|
It's not nonsensical, your 'argument' is nonsensical.
1) Dawkins uses reason to argue against God being a good thing.
2) If he used reason, then he disproved his own point.
Which of those makes no sense? (hint, it's not the first one)
Why don't you run through the logic of how you arrived at the conclusion that using reason disproves a conclusion based on... well... reason.
While you are at it, you might want to read my post about other methods of knowing (of which there aren't any) and answer that question as well.
So far, I've seen several questions asked of you, but you refuse to answer. So, Louis and J-Dog are correct, if you won't talk as an adult... all we're left with is humor.
Ignored by those who can't provide evidence for their claims.