Please, mr Philip Rhoades,
Obviously you are not capable to realise what you are up to.
All australians I have had the pleasure to meet, have been sympatic,
polite, well educated and in every way kind persons.
From your writings the only conclusion is that you represent the
outmostopposite end of
these qualities. No wonder there are wars in the world.
Stop behaving like a lowminded complete idiot.
At least you could from your signature delete your address – that you
are from Australia!
Pertti Rönnberg, 76 yrs/ Finland
On 28.1.2016 15:33, Philip Rhoades wrote:
On 2016-01-28 22:44, Gary Collins wrote:
Just observation - you believe in sky fairies ....
- Albert Einstein, Erwin Schrodinger, Paul Dirac, Antony Flew, all
believed in a God; as do Richard Swinburne, Francis Collins, William
Lane Craig, to name just a few.
you also wrote.....
Well if you weren't clueless (which is not consistent with you believing
in fairy stories) you would have realised by now that I don't have any
and that I don't approve of others proselytising on this list . .
I hope you would not refer to any of those I've listed above as
Being very smart or even a genius does not mean you have any "common"
(more like "uncommon") sense. However, WRT your first example, people
like you always claim Albert Einstein as a "believer" but in fact he
did not believe in one or other of the common sky fairies that you
seem to think he did - you probably know that and are just being
dishonest about your claims . .
Posts like yours could easily be seen as being offensive.
The OP's post was offensive to me and shouldn't have included the
sermon that it did.
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