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SZ James (banned)

NC State vs. UNC-Chapel Hill

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How does it not make sense? Does it not make sense because you don't understand it, or because you don't believe it. It's stated clear as day.

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It's not credible because we base our platform on the Bible, and yes from a creationist view dinosaur fossils can be placed at a 3,000 year age. You obviously don't understand a creationist view.

Brigham Young and Notre Dame hold similar beliefs based on their religions but no one attacks them. You think because I'm a Christian I'll roll over and agree with you but the fact is that the school you pull for was actually founded on Christian beliefs as was the most prestigious school in America in Harvard.

Just because you don't understand my view doesn't give you the right to attack it. I know the up's and end's of evolution, atheism etc... and can debunk anything you throw at me, but I will never attack someone because of their belief.

You have the right to believe what you want just like Mormon's do but that doesn't mean I have to agree with it or I can't question the validity of it.

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You have the right to believe what you want just like Mormon's do but that doesn't mean I have to agree with it or I can't question the validity of it.

You can question it, but you aren't giving any proof, or at least proof that I haven't debunked.

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How does it not make sense? Does it not make sense because you don't understand it, or because you don't believe it. It's stated clear as day.

Because we can choose what college we go to we can't choose to play on a professional team. Now do you see how it doesn't make sense?

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You can question it, but you aren't giving any proof, or at least proof that I haven't debunked.

Really you can prove that your FAITH is right? Come on man.

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Because we can choose what college we go to we can't choose to play on a professional team. Now do you see how it doesn't make sense?

And not every one goes to college...

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Really you can prove that your FAITH is right? Come on man.

I can certainly try.

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Any who, I've got things to do... sorry I can't talk all day.

Go Heels

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You can question it, but you aren't giving any proof, or at least proof that I haven't debunked.

Plus I just showed you were a prominent biologist just called your biology/fossil department an educational disgrace. What proof are you going to show me that he is wrong?

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And not every one goes to college...

And? What's your point? Did you miss the part of my statement where I said "I have no problem with people pulling for a school they didn't attend"?

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