['We teach children to think in a rational, and logical manner. How can we expec tthem to understand something as irrational as God?']
1) If they can't understand the idea of anything irrational, such as God, then why teach them imaginary numbers, and fractions? Those things are not logical.
2) You never deny God. You simply say that you can't teach them about God because you cannot expect them to understand Him.
Number two makes two more points:
1) You either believe in God, or you chose a poor choice of words.
2) It is illogical that you would hold the truth because you think they cannot grasp an illogical idea such as God.
Anyway they choose to move from there pretty much makes their arguement invaild. I like working people into a corner.
krimsondraegon, Christian forums 19 Comments
[1/3/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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