Talk:Argument from inconsistent revelations

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I'll probably be reworking this article soon. The mainline argument covers inconsistent revelations about the nature of god between different religions and serves as one possible rebuttal to Pascal's Wager (avoiding the wrong hell). I've been working on a newer version of this particular argument which eliminates some of the objections apologist's raise by narrowing the scope to competing ideas about the same "god concept". [[User:Sans Deity|Sans Deity]] 10:59, 28 July 2006 (MST)
 
I'll probably be reworking this article soon. The mainline argument covers inconsistent revelations about the nature of god between different religions and serves as one possible rebuttal to Pascal's Wager (avoiding the wrong hell). I've been working on a newer version of this particular argument which eliminates some of the objections apologist's raise by narrowing the scope to competing ideas about the same "god concept". [[User:Sans Deity|Sans Deity]] 10:59, 28 July 2006 (MST)
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So what exactly is the problem with being stubborn? If someone <i>insists</i> that unicorns exist, surely a stubbornness to accept his claim is acceptable? Even praiseworthy? Britain's stubbornness in refusing to surrender to Germany? What about the Christian stubbornness in <i>professing</i> belief in things they've never seen?  --[[User:BronzeDome|BronzeDome]] 06:48, 15 July 2011 (CDT)

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I'll probably be reworking this article soon. The mainline argument covers inconsistent revelations about the nature of god between different religions and serves as one possible rebuttal to Pascal's Wager (avoiding the wrong hell). I've been working on a newer version of this particular argument which eliminates some of the objections apologist's raise by narrowing the scope to competing ideas about the same "god concept". Sans Deity 10:59, 28 July 2006 (MST)

Stubbornness

So what exactly is the problem with being stubborn? If someone insists that unicorns exist, surely a stubbornness to accept his claim is acceptable? Even praiseworthy? Britain's stubbornness in refusing to surrender to Germany? What about the Christian stubbornness in professing belief in things they've never seen? --BronzeDome 06:48, 15 July 2011 (CDT)

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