Immunity system complexity: T cells identify self, non- self (Introduction)

by dhw, Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 09:08 (15 days ago) @ David Turell

DAVID: That is your problem as an agnostic. Not everything is totally logical. That is why we theists take some things on faith.

dhw: I’m glad you are acknowledging the lack of logic in some of your beliefs, as opposed to your constant insistence, for example, that it is perfectly logical for your God to specially design millions of non-human life forms, lifestyles and natural wonders although his only purpose was to specially design humans. Frankly, I see no reason to take such things on faith when even you acknowledge that there are other, perfectly logical theistic explanations of the history of evolution.

DAVID: Once again you are totally inconsistent. Either God can choose to evolve humans from bacteria or He shouldn't have. You can't have it both ways. Your 'logical theistic explanations' always humanize God.

1 Once again you refuse to put your different hypotheses together. If God exists and evolution is true, then God chose to evolve ALL forms of life from bacteria. You keep ignoring the fact that your concept of evolution is that your God specially designed every single innovation, life form, lifestyle and natural wonder, including every step of human evolution. And so I keep asking why he would specially design millions of non-human life forms if the only life form he wanted to specially design was us. You have never found an answer to this question.

2 How can you possibly know that your God does not have attributes in common with humans?


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