Atheists do not have to define what they do not believe in. They take the definitions from the believers and find them wanting. Yours included, to the degree that you have spelled out what it is.
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On 10/18/2014 7:17 PM, TurquoiseBee turquoi...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife] wrote:
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As usual, Curtis, I am in awe of your ability to interface with idiots as if they were actually worth the time. I keep getting stuck on the "idiot" part. To me, if a person believes in astrology, God, and the Maharishi Effect, that's kinda like the Trifecta of Idiocy. You can't actually become much more of a loser than that. :-)
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/Let's be logical: Just a few months ago Barry said he believed in levitation - suspension in midair with no visible means of support. If true, then Frederick Lenz is Lord Vishnu, God. Only a God could possibly levitate - by definition. Therefore, what Curtis says is true according to logic, but what Barry says is a contradiction, Barry being the True Believer.

There seems to be a clear case of cognitive dissonance going on: mental stress or discomfort experienced by an individual who holds two or more contradictory beliefs at the same time. Go figure./

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