No one is so good that forgiveness isn't needed.
No one is so evil that forgiveness isn't offered.
Does the fact that Feynman was an atheist make you suspect that he was using the term miracle in a manner different than how you use it?Does it make you suspect that this quote from him wasn't to him a compelling arguement for the existence of any gods? Why should it be more compelling to us than it was to the original speaker?
I simply highlight the term atheist because my experience has been that if a Christian had made the same statement, it would have been rejected immediately. That's all.
Sort of like when a Christian calls a prominent scientist an idiot in one of the purest ad hominem attacks I've seen recently?
What do you mean, "sorta like," What comparison are you making?
Oh, so you don't like it when Christian statements get rejected out of hand but it's totally fine for you to call Richard Dawkins an idiot?Pot called.
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