Ellen Stuttle Posted April 22, 2014 Share Posted April 22, 2014 Ellen writes:Presuming again.It's just my opinion of your exceedingly ugly words. They reveal a lot about you and your attitude towards your own life. And that ugliness is pure venom.I think the "jealous god" quoted in the passage you provided from the Bible is an ugly sort of person. I wouldn't want to be friends with such a person.And the erroneous conclusion in your previous post was that evil people don't deserve the consequences they set into motion with their own evil acts. It's the childish futility of angrily damning gravity as a "prick and a narcissistic intimidator" for getting exactly what you deserve when you step off a cliff.GregI said no such thing as that evil people don't deserve bad consequences of their actions, if that's what you mean. (I think that evil people don't always get bad consequences, although you think they inevitably do. But I think there's no example you'd accept as a counter-example. I.e., you make an unfalsifiable claim.)I don't damn gravity. Although you sometimes talk of God as if you meant simply reality, the equation doesn't work with the particular examples cited in this discussion. See my post #120..Ellen Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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