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Christian refuting agnostics
Brazil mibrbestteam4 
2019-12-08 03:25
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Holy Shit the straw man in this video is outrageous
2019-12-08 03:30
If you are agnostic, how can you know anything for sure?
2019-12-08 03:33
I'm personally not an agnostic, but you know that you can be agnostic about some stuff and not about others, right?
2019-12-08 03:36
How can you know any for sure without God?
2019-12-08 03:41
I mean, you really can't, other than stuff related to math. But you can't know anything for sure even if god exists
2019-12-08 03:46
How can you know math if you are agnostic? Agnostic means you can't know anything. You cannot know the validity of your reasoning, your sense, that the laws of logic are valid or even that they will remain valid in the future as they were in the past.
2019-12-08 03:50
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Czech Republic JakamanCZ 
Would argue that you can know math, you just can´t be sure. That´s what Kant nicely divided as noumenal and phenoumenal knowledge. You can observe = empirical knowledge, but you can never be sure you understand the true nature of things. Therefore, you can multiply empirically say that if -x=-y therefore -y=-x, but you don´t know if it is in FACT true. What if you are just living in a matrix and it is all just a projection? Such statement is hard to deal with, therefore if you don´t believe in God, you are most likely an agnostic.
2019-12-08 04:05
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Czech Republic JakamanCZ 
Therefore I just confirmed your point, just didn´t read it thorougly, so sorry for that ;-) At least I have maybe ellaborated on that ..
2019-12-08 04:11
#19 If you cannot be sure, it means that you may be wrong, and if you may be wrong it logically follows that you do not know. If you do not know that you are experiencing the real world, and not a projection, then you cannot know anything, not even math. "but you can never be sure you understand the true nature of things." <Are you sure what you wrote and How do you know? Is it true what you wrote or could you be wrong? What must exist before for all things to make sense? What must exist before providing the basis for relying on the validity of your senses, laws of logic and reasoning to know that the world around you is real and not a simulation? R: God and God's revelation to his creatures about the nature of reality The Bible says that everyone knows that God exists, and that is why everyone knows that the reality in which they live is real, not a matrix or illusion. You know that math is real, because first you know that God exists
2019-12-08 04:41
Nice
2019-12-08 04:15
#19 If you cannot be sure, it means that you may be wrong, and if you may be wrong it logically follows that you do not know. If you do not know that you are experiencing the real world, and not a projection, then you cannot know anything, not even math. "but you can never be sure you understand the true nature of things." <Are you sure what you wrote and How do you know? Is it true what you wrote or could you be wrong? What must exist before for all things to make sense? What must exist before providing the basis for relying on the validity of your senses, laws of logic and reasoning to know that the world around you is real and not a simulation? R: God and God's revelation to his creatures about the nature of reality The Bible says that everyone knows that God exists, and that is why everyone knows that the reality in which they live is real, not a matrix or illusion. You know that math is real, because first you know that God exists
2019-12-08 04:41
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Czech Republic JakamanCZ 
There is clearly a falaccy in your logic. It is a BELIEF nothing can be truly find out. Such BELIEF postulates that the absolute knowledge is not possible. Also, we can empirically prove that indeed everyone doesn't know the God exist and if I am right that is one of the reason why church even exists.
2019-12-08 04:58
#26
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Czech Republic JakamanCZ 
There is clearly a falaccy in your logic. It is a BELIEF nothing can be truly find out. Such BELIEF postulates that the absolute knowledge is not possible. Also, we can empirically prove that indeed everyone doesn't know the God exist and if I am right that is one of the reason why church even exists.
2019-12-08 04:58
Mathematics is a universal and unchanging truth. How can you know an immaterial and universal truth if you are not omniscient? Either you assume that you receive knowledge of the Omniscient as a Christian or you cannot know anything.
2019-12-08 03:53
It is impossible to be agnostic and to know things at the same time . The moment the agnostic makes a knowledge claim he has abandoned agnosticism and is acting as a Christian.
2019-12-08 03:42
Not really, as I said, you can be an agnostic abous some things, and not be it about others
2019-12-08 03:51
If you do not believe in God you can know nothing my friend. Explain to me how you can know something without God? Can you be wrong about everything you think you know? Can our conversation be an illusion in a simulator and How do you know?
2019-12-08 03:59
Lol. What a surprise that a religious person who is vocal about his beliefs is stupid too.
2019-12-08 05:03
Every kind of atheism is reduced to absurdity. > youtube.com/watch?v=u08qZ_4ysEY
2019-12-08 04:01
Indeed it could be a simulation, that's why the examples of obtainable math that i gave you are math relatable, which does not depends on whether we are on a simulation or not Edit: I responded to the wrong comment
2019-12-08 04:09
If you do not know if you experience reality or a simulation, you cannot claim to know anything about reality, not even mathematics.
2019-12-08 14:09
You actually can, as math does not depends on whether we live in a simulation or on the "real reality" as math is divided into tão branches, applied math and purê math, the latter of which does nota necesserly aply tô reality
2019-12-09 11:23
You don't know, because if you don't know anything about the real world, you can't know anything about math.
2019-12-09 16:50
I mean, you can. Do you even know how maths works?
2019-12-09 18:50
#15
2019-12-08 04:02
The pastor is pointing to the inconsistency of agnosticism and showing how futile are the thoughts of those who rebel against God. Or maybe you can learn from superstar matt dyllahunt, maybe he can teach you what knowledge means > youtube.com/watch?v=Vi5bcplsW4A
2019-12-08 03:45
Can you be wrong about everything you think you know?
2019-12-08 03:34
based chicano bringing christianity to america once again!
2019-12-08 03:36
expected from mibrbestteam
2019-12-08 03:36
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Brazil Bene_Tleilax 
Is this a JoJo reference?
2019-12-08 03:36
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Serbia d1ckson 
STRAAWWMAAAN. CIRCCULAR ARGUEMENS. NO EVIDENCE, NO LOGICAL BACKING. I can only laugh at you mibrbestteam4
2019-12-08 04:22
Xaxaxa, imagine believing in fairy tales.
2019-12-08 04:42
my favorite fairy tale is the one where astralis beats the current lineup of mouz
2019-12-09 16:52
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Australia _Yam_ 
lul
2019-12-08 05:03
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