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I Know that I Know; that I Know that I Know! - Over the years “religious” acquaintances of mine have defended their supernatural beliefs by saying, “I know that I know; that I know that I know.” For me, this is an egotistical defense of stupidity. Their use of “I know” is basically a sandbagging defense mechanism since there is no way to logically and factually defend supernatural nonsense. Isn’t it futile to try to make sense out of nonsense? Supernaturalism is the absurdity of saying, “there is absolutely no way I can scientifically and logically defend my belief system, but I stand by and defend it anyway.” Isn’t it kind of absurd to defend the indefensible? My standard answer for those who believe in virgin births, corpses rising from the dead, saints and sinners, devils and hellfire is, “I know, that you know, that there is no way deep-down you can possibly believe that bullshit.” I know, that you know, that anyone who allows themselves to critically think can be that goddamn stupid. I emphatically state, “Why supernatural when Nature is so amazing!” Why an invented superbeing from a supernatural world that has brought endless cruelty, misery, fighting, and disunity to the human world

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All I know...is that I'm kinda a dick...if not a full dick, then I'm dick-ish...either way...who gives a fuck...just do you Chachi.....

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You say, "I Know that I Know; that I Know that I Know! - ..."

I was Christian growing up, but now I am not. Now, I could leave it at that, perhaps. But, "I know" does not mean. "You know". How would "You know" if you didn't directly experience?

I have directly experienced precognative dreans that science has yet to discover or explain how this could occur.

After meeting in person, the person I had never met before but had seen in a dream of future events. I come to find out Jesus is lucipher the devil.

Does or should this mean anything to you? Not specifically it was not your experience. Do I have a sample of supernatural goo substance for analysis, no.

The man I met that I had seen in a dream called himself by 4 titles when we met in person. nameless-faceless one, son of lucipher, alpha and omega, and grim reaper.

So you say, "Why an invented superbeing from a supernatural world that has brought endless cruelty, misery, fighting, and disunity to the human world"

Consider, the human animal being on top of the food chain with no "natural" predator keeping populations in check. Consider, Adolph Hitler being demon posessed by Jesus style god, the "good shepherd" leading his sheep, Jews, to slaughter. It goes towards a form of population control of the human animal.

So, since there are things that you cannot say "I know" you should realize there are things you "Don't know".

Antifred Level 7 Apr 14, 2019
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Those who know have to concede that Islam, Mormonism, Scientology, and all the rest are true religions since their adherents 'just know' as well.

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