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Cariad

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Re: Humanism for Kid.
« Reply #8 on: May 20, 2017, 11:54:01 PM »

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I'll repeat the glaring inconsistency.
'Darwin, the character of the book,  belives in what he can see. A list of invisible things are then given.

There really is a parallel with Christianity though, the Bible too , has inconsistencies, and there are aspects of blind faith.

C
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Hello C.

This is an argument that threatens to go around in circles, my friend. :D

Just one point regarding your comparison:  What appear to be inconsistencies in Scripture, are not so.  The fault is not that of Scripture, but of our understanding of it.

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Cariad


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Re: Humanism for Kid.
« Reply #9 on: May 21, 2017, 08:19:25 AM »
Hi Cariad,

I agree, this is not going anywhere, it's just my opinion.  I do still think it's a bit rich, attacking a humanist publication for being too humanist lol.  With regards to the bible, I'm still not convinced the bible is 100% accurate, but that's part of the reason i'm here, a debate for another thread though.

I'm fascinated by the thoughts and attitudes towards others,  I thought Christians got a hard time, however, Christian s give as good as they get.  I never thought of Christians as aggressive or militant, how wrong was i? Not all obviously, but to me, there's a definite lack of tolerance, not just in Christianity, in people in general.

Thanks Cariad, your replies are always well received, I don't mean to offend anyone.

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Cariad

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Re: Humanism for Kid.
« Reply #10 on: May 21, 2017, 10:42:43 AM »
Hi C,

A forum situation seems to bring out the worst in people, I'm afraid.  The same human nature resides in all of us, we are all sinners, though saved by grace.

There should be a visible change discernable in the believer who has received the influence of the Holy Spirit, and the ingrafted Word. Yet that does not mean that they should not defend the truth they hold dear, in the face of such influences that affect their children's minds and hearts.

Within the love of Christ our Saviour
Cariad

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Re: Humanism for Kid.
« Reply #11 on: May 22, 2017, 12:26:49 AM »
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, because the statement ?I only believe things that can be scientifically proven?

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This notion defeats itself - because some scientists are Christians and try to see God at work in science .

At the same time the Christian notion that we see things that others do not see is a misconception when all walk in blind faith.

A lot of non believers see things outside of the norm and quite easily relate to the spiritual world [not of God]

The only blindness here is seeing God and His workings.

Whereas the Christian scientist seeks to see God working in science [things not yet seen] but will be [a type of revelation]

The paradox only begins once the two meet. [but in reality there is no argument or aplogetic discussion]

The Christian scientist is basically finding out things about God's creation and relaying it to us [things God already knew about] that the world did not.


In a sense they are discovering things about God - that was never written about.

As for darwinism - [I never beleived it from an early age ]

As a child I would have loved to see more morality and society doing what it said - rather than empty words and unfulfilled promises .

Morality is far more important here - and values  - than any science - to a child.

TBO children understand far more than we realise and see through all this stuff


But then this only my exprience [coming from a non Christian famly] and not from a Christian perspective of a child's beginnings in a Christian  family...

My younger days were about considering my parents and it was about them - therfore I had a head start when it came to God and His workings .. na naaaa I beat you.

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