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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2012,20:22   

Quote (Kattarina98 @ Nov. 20 2012,06:35)
Arrington's thread about theodicy didn't quite develop the way he intended; it's all about eternity and the speed of light and near death experience. A tard fight might be budding.

And Joe is now a Christian Muslim Hindu Buddhist:
FYI I happen to share your PoV wrt reincarnation (and chakras and kundalini). And yes I say that pyramids are antennas that can focus energy.
I am OK with reincarnation because 1) I doubt and omni-deity would allow us to suffer for eternity for what we did in a blink of an eye- relatively speaking. IOW I say we get other chances to learn and “get it right” and 2) It may not be possible to do what we have to do in one life.

Edited to add moar tard

Man, BA trying to save Bruce David and Joe from eternal hellfire is the best UD has been in a while.

I can sympathize and see where one would prefer there to be ‘do-overs’, seeing as the consequences of hell are so horrific, but I simply don’t see reincarnation as scientifically defensible at this stage to relieve that angst over the terror of hell.

Science.....ur doing it wrong. UD in a nutshell.

FYI, god does not like brownish types, and BA77's superior culture can infect them with salvation:

hell is quite literally the embodiment of all evil itself,,,, but since you know that this is not going to end well for you(seeing as you have been through this many times before) I can see why you would want to deny that obvious fact.,,, As to your citation of Hindus and Buddhist who have grown up in Judeo-Christian cultures,,, UMMMM BD they grew up in Judeo-Christian cultures,,,,

seems your lone example could possibly have been contaminated with Judeo-Christian influences in her upbringing:

,,Because of her (Anita Moorjani’s) background and British education,,,

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