Logic? Ha

No God?

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No evidence of God in the heavens?

No evidence in the breath of life?

No evidence in man or woMan?

No evidence in male or feMale?

No proof of God in the spider web or dew drop?

No master design? No death springing from sin? No final accounting for the life of man?

No relevance to Israel’s existence?

No difference between love and hate? (after all, it’s merely a matter of opinion) No ultimate authority? Ok then, in the words of Mr. Spock:  It’s not logical Captain. I agree Spock.

Apart from God, there is no absolute and pure logic. Everything else is speculation.

When I see the moon in all it’s nightly understating, I see promise, endurance, the glory of God and His genius, the testimony of God’s faithfulness to Israel; I see His oath as immutable; I see His grandeur to hold all things together with the word of His power; I see His creatorial wisdom in leaving man with 24 hours to see His hand; I see life beyond my death, your death; I see romance; I see a temporary light for this earth similar to the sun, where these will be done away, and once more God will create all things anew. Even nature protests with a voice that there will must be a time of reckoning. Can we ignore the testimony of earthquakes, tsunamis, or tornadoes?  Does not creation groan at the deeds of man?  Fortunately, the same Creator left His word of truth that the created have no excuse.  Unfortunately, the created has elevated himself and removed God from His own creation.

May I repeat: there is no absolute logic apart from the Creator.

If the esteemed Spock agrees that’s fine too; if not, oh well, it’s still true.

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72 Responses to Logic? Ha

  1. Ana says:

    You know, God led me out of bad relationships, sometimes i didn’t want to listen, but i never regreted a dream i had or just that intuition God gave me that i would be better off leaving…God showed me his angels few times, and this is when i finally started to trust that there is God…there must be, otherwise darkness would fully cover me…God is a wonderful creator, He is so good and precise in what he designs…He takes the time to protect, teach and take care of people like a true king would do…the fool has sath in his heart, there is no God…and by default it means, he is his own god…but yet he cannot stop rain from falling down, he cannot get rid of sickness in a minute, he cannot see future….There is one God and his Son, anyone who doesn’t see that, is lost….

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  2. Ana says:

    My grandpa was such a fan of this sci fi series, he would watch it every day 🙂

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  3. thetruthisstrangerthanfiction says:

    So true, so true…

    Every time I see an example like a “simple” spiderweb, it just astounds me. The idea that a creature could accidentally evolve to the point of being able to create such a thing. Ludicrous! Imagine scientists attempting to create their own little eight-legged nano-bot that could built such intricate and delicate, yet incredibly durable things, each one specifically tailored to fit the surroundings chosen by the spider. No two are the same. This little bug stringing it’s stretchy cables across what are massive distances to it’s own size. Can you imagine the complexity of “software” alone that would be required to program a computer with the ability perform such a high-wire act, first securing the main structural lengths, and then building the equidistant-yet-spiraling inner design? It blows my mind every time I think about it…

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Yeah, truth, a simple spiderweb, agree, the universe can be seen in all its majesty of perfection in that little ‘insignificant’ accident… also like a birds nest is simple too. ALL of nature sings the song of creation.

      Great observation re. software too.

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        Isn’t evolution wonderful?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          May I remind you that the ‘apes and peacocks’ brought to Solomon apparently did not get your memo.

          Maybe you could re-read ttistf account of the lowly spider.

          Oh, then there is the pair of doves which are seen together; hmmm, according to your mismatch of logic, one would think dove no. 2 would get tired of the other and say ‘scram.’

          You have no case arch. Give it up already, you are out of excuses.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Oh, then there is the pair of doves which are seen together; hmmm, according to your mismatch of logic, one would think dove no. 2 would get tired of the other and say ‘scram.’

          What does that mean in English? I have doves that sit on the highline at the south end of my acre – they are a mated pair, why would they say, “Scram”? You make the strangest assumptions!

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Well arch there is this small issue of WHO or WHAT mated them………………..ie, ahem…..remember Noah….

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Remember, the word for the day is ‘logic.’ By default, evolution is automatically disqualified. Other than that, perhaps someone else may acquiesce your request. And just a head’s up, save your links for your own blog.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          By default, evolution is automatically disqualified.” – ‘Scuse me, CS – but exactly where did you go to school?

          If we are going to teach ‘creation science’ as an alternative to evolution, then we should also teach the stork theory as an alternative to biological reproduction.”
          — Judith Hayes —

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        • ColorStorm says:

          You run in circles looking for answers that are hopelessly empty and provide nothing. You may as well try to survive eating a lifetime of cake. You would choke and die of malnutrition; such is the void of LOGIC apart from God.

          It is easier to believe storks deliver fresh pizza than it is to believe the oceans appeared by chance.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Of course oceans didn’t appear by chance – they were the lowest places on earth, and last I checked, water tends to run downhill.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          You are not far from the kingdom of God arch-about 12 inches; the distance from your head to your heart.
          You must have forgotten about the phenom called Lake Tahoe.

          (ps, please stop sending that other garbage)

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          (ps, please stop sending that other garbage)” – Just responding honestly —

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          I tend to forget that you can’t handle honesty – or at least you believe your cult members can’t afford to hear a second point of view.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Actually, Peter, Neanderthals didn’t entirely die out – they were assimilated into the Cro-Magnon species. Oh, but that involves evolution, and this blog denies that.

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        • Peter says:

          We don’t seem to see logic the same way.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          That is a true statement peter. You look to the created for your answers, whereas I look to the One who gives ALL life. Even if a person did not agree with this statement, one could not avoid the inescapable logic. Out of the mud appears the issues and answers of life?

          Only if you look to the One who supplied the mud. Anything else is simply illogical. Keep looking at the dry works of men and the internet for your answers, you will come up hungry with one more distraction after another.

          Just ask yourself Where the beginning of wisdom resides……………….

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        • Peter says:

          My friend CS, if the Bible is indeed the true word of God then what you say is absolutely correct. That is the question? Is the Bible the true word of God?

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Uh Peter, there is no lukewarmness or ambiguity in anything I’ve said;

          While Adam slept, God made a woman.

          He made the stars also.

          The law was given through Moses, grace and truth came by Jesus Christ.

          And of course, there are a few hundred more posts that I’m pretty sure will affirm this answer.

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  4. Tricia says:

    I love your word CS, keep writing them! God has untwisted the most impossible circumstances in my life in the most amazing and miraculous ways. To verify the existence of a creator all one has to do is look up, yet eyes clouded by jadedness and cynicism will still not see.

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  5. Witty and wonderful CS—it’s a beam me up God moment 😉
    Absolute and Infinite with all of His spectacular Wonderment
    Blessings CS. . .

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  6. Wally Fry says:

    I look at a building I see a builder

    I look at a painting I see a painter

    I look at a car I see an auto maker

    I read a book I see a writer

    When I look out of my window at sunset well all that just happened

    Perfectly logical

    What exactly is your problem ColorStorm?

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  7. Oh, amen! Without God there is no logic. There is no rhyme or reason to the universe, there is no order to our chaos. We can try walking in that kind of nihilism, but that itself becomes oddly irrational in light of all that we know and all of the evidence around us. To attempt a nihilistic existence requires constant resistance, which is rather exhausting but also begs the question, what are you struggling so hard to resist and why?

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Yea, that ‘little mudpie’ somehow decides it needs to ‘grow’ wings so it could ‘fly.’ Fly? What does that mean? An unthinking brainless entity having parts and particles assembled randomly and without purpose, have created life and all that is, and in the process, elevated man as ‘king of the earth,’ and convinced him ‘there is no God.’

      Yea, like any logical person could sign their name next to this one.

      ‘Constant resistance’ you say? Tkx insanitybytes, as this idea was a catalyst for a comment elsewhere 😉

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    • archaeopteryx1 says:

      I guess it’s just this quirk I have, IB, about not believing nonsense.

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      • Au contraire. One who “does not believe nonsense,” walks away and goes about his business. One who is in a constant state of resistance invests himself 24/7 in Christian blogs, seeking to validate his own non belief.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Wrong again, just trying to provide counterpoint for the nonsense before it spreads like a cancer – just think of me as interferon —

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  8. I clearly recall my “BC” days, “Before Christ”! Truly it is all foolishness UNTIL you take that single step of faith, God does it all but each person must take one single step. Until then, illogical logic prevails.
    Good post, CS!!!

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  9. Ashley says:

    I’m curious CS, as to what you’d say to people who use the same logic that you do, in order to prove that their god exists? Say for example, Muslims. All the arguments you’ve made here apply equally to their god Allah. Take your opening post and substitute Allah in place of God and now they have the same argument that you do. How do you deal with that?

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    • archaeopteryx1 says:

      Good question, Ashley!

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    • ColorStorm says:

      That is a common viewpoint but same logic Ashley? Ah no, for the conclusion would be the same.

      Take one for instance. Israel. Al-lah did not promise the headship of Israel, yea rather, he (they) want it’s demise.

      The God who created the moon has Israel’s back, according to His oath. There is no substitution as you would like to think. Little gods may be interchangeable, but the God of heaven and earth has no competitors.

      His word is sure, unlike all other pretenders.

      As far as dealing? God holds all the cards.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Ashley-

      It is not a matter of WHO is right or wrong ultimately; it is much more critical.

      What matters? What is truth……………?

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      • Ashley says:

        Ok, but you present these arguments and say that they prove that there is a god do you not? And by inference, you mean that they prove that the god that you believe in exists. So I am asking you that when, say, a Muslim provides proof of (his) god (which is a different god from yours) why aren’t his arguments just as valid as yours?
        Yes, what does matter? Indeed, what is truth? I am asking this because I fail to see how your arguments about your god represent the truth any more than a Muslim’s arguments about his god represent the truth, and a Hindu’s arguments about his god(s) represent the truth, etc. How do you determine which is true and which isn’t? Other than minor details, the format of the argument is identical.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Now watch CS do his famous soft shoe – or will he fling scripture? The world awaits —

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  11. Planting Potatoes says:

    Of course none of God’s universe – our world – makes logical sense – something so grand as God should not be so easily understood by man! There were times I didn’t understand Spock’s reasoning – that’s because he could only see one flat, logical dimension – Ironically, it’s actually when we search for logic that we begin to doubt. The devil has been throwing us off with his logic since he first approached Eve with it – and we all know what happened when she applied his logic!

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Yea ok arch- somebody who believes neither in God or the Enemy will submit more proof of unbelief.

      I’m thinkin your vids may be better suited at your place; oops, don’t have one do ya….

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    • Ashley says:

      When all other forms of argument, reasoning and excuses have been exhausted, just say “the devil did it” and rest your case. Don’t understand something? Something seems illogical? Something horrible happened? That’s because the devil did it. No further enquires or explanations necessary. Case closed.

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      • ColorStorm says:

        Apparently you have never heard of the devastating effects on creation because of sin.

        God made and gave eyes. Use them.

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      • Ashley says:

        So CS, can I take that to mean that you think that PP’s statement – “The devil has been throwing us off with his logic since he first approached Eve with it – and we all know what happened when she applied his logic!” – is erroneous?
        This it not the work of the devil then? It’s because of sin? I’ve heard of sin. Who hasn’t? But that’s not what PP said – terrible things happened because Eve used the devil’s logic (no mention of the word sin). So was it because the devil did it, or was it because of sin? Or is it both? Or neither? I am in need of clarification please.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          I was answering YOUR comment; as you have attributed ‘ALL other forms of reasoning………………’

          to the ‘the devil made me do it……………….’

          That was not PP’s point, nor mine. Key word here: ‘logic.’ Eve fell prey to the devil’s logic apart from God: bad idea.

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      • ColorStorm says:

        First you need to ask yourself whether there is a devil.

        More importantly: is there a God?

        If not, the convo is meaningless.

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      • ColorStorm says:

        How about death as a devastating effect on creation…………………..for starters.

        How about the lust of the flesh…
        the lust of the eyes………….
        the pride of life………….as a few more devastating effects on creation.

        Then there is nature and its upheavals; ie 8,000 dead in a earthquake, tsumanis, etc etc etc.

        This could go on all year to answer your question. It’s all in the book.

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          How about death as a devastating effect on creation…………………..for starters.” – Who are you kidding, CS – according to your own Bible, written by fallible men, your god never had any intention that humans should not did! Just notice the big “Whew!” he lets out in Gen 3:22, when he says:

          “And the Lord God said, Behold, the man is become as one of us, to know good and evil: and now, lest he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat, and live forever:”

          Unfortunately, he never finished that sentence, but just let it trail off, yet it was clear to see that he had no intention that Humankind should live forever, as it seemed to be a great concern to him that they might do so. Interestingly, it also seems to be a process that this great creator of the entire universe can’t undo, once it’s done.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          So, we have a mere mortal sitting in judgment of God Almighty.

          Takes a special kind of person……………….

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Where is the remote with the mute button?

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Sorry – meant, “that humans should not die!”

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      • Ashley says:

        Unh hunh….And is any of this related to the devil or not?

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        Interestingly, Ashley, you almost perfectly paraphrased Stephen King:

        “The beauty of religious mania is that it has the power to explain everything. Once God (or Satan) is accepted as the first cause of everything which happens in the mortal world, nothing is left to chance…logic can be happily tossed out the window.”
        — Stephen King —

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        • ColorStorm says:

          ‘He made the stars also.’

          Yea, a fine example of ‘mania.’

          ‘The fool says in his heart, there is no God.’ –King David–

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          See, Ashley, this is what I meant about CS’ debating skills – when in doubt, fling scripture, whether it makes sense or not.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          This is where you go off track arch-

          There is no debate. you have nothing equal to God’s word; it’s really quite simple.

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        Is there any particular reason that whenever I ask questions, you don’t want to answer them?

        When you’ve known CS as long as I have, Ashley, you’ll learn that he never answers questions directly, as he does not debate well and at least has the good sense to realize it, so he obfuscates – if he never says anything that you can prove is wrong, in his mind, he never loses. When really pressed, he simply flings scripture at you and you’re supposed to guess what he means by it.

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        • ColorStorm says:

          Yikes arch-

          Six defects you noted in one short paragraph. Not logical.

          Scripture flinging? ahh, no; you could wish some were so careless and thoughtless toward God’s word.

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      • Ashley says:

        I see that Arch. Either that or says “Nope! You’re wrong, I’m right God’s word trumps all”. In any case, not a very satisfying argument and certainly not a remotely persuasive one.

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  12. violetwisp says:

    There’s a spelling mistake of the sloppy typer variety on line 4.

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  13. ColorStorm says:

    Strange how some people appear ‘intelligent,’ but as far as logic, it escapes them.

    Atheism has no answer for death. None. Then there is God and His word…

    Quite logical captain.

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    • ColorStorm says:

      Beep No.
      Would you like to try Sports for 2oo?

      Since ‘atheism’ and ‘science’ are wrong about the beginning…………….it naturally follows that they are even more wrong about the ending.

      And with that, I believe you have other sites to harass.

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      • archaeopteryx1 says:

        ************************Insulting pic deleted, but of course you knew it would be. This just serves notice that there are many other places which will accept junk mail.

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