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Atheist Community of San Jose Message Board › Why didn't God prevent the typhoon from hitting the Philippines?

Why didn't God prevent the typhoon from hitting the Philippines? - discussion at Christian website

Invisible Pink U.
user 39389902
Morgan Hill, CA
Post #: 86
Some of this is depressingly funny
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Don B.
Don-B
Campbell, CA
Post #: 10
I could not help but laugh at "Extraordinary claims that God can not, does not exist, require extraordinary proofs."
Larry G.
user 21521611
Campbell, CA
Post #: 19
It's amazing that people can sit around and discuss what a non-existent deity can or cannot do, or will or will not do. It reminds me of kids having serious discussions of who would win a battle between Batman and Spiderman. After all, they are as existent as god.biggrin
Invisible Pink U.
user 39389902
Morgan Hill, CA
Post #: 89
Larry, it's not much different than if you found a kid who insisted that 2 + 2 is equal to 47. Even when you show him two apples and another two apples and ask him to count four apples, he counts, "one, two, three, forty seven". Your instinctively helpful nature makes you want to teach him how it really works, but he insists he is right - all because some holy book written 2,000 years ago says 2 + 2 is equal to 47.
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