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I Know that I Know; that I Know that I Know!

Over the years “religious” acquaintances of mine have defended their supernatural beliefs by saying, “I know that I know; that I know that I know.”  For me, this is an  egotistical defense of  stupidity. Their use of “I know” is basically a sandbagging defense mechanism since there is no way to logically and factually defend supernatural nonsense. Isn’t it futile to try to make sense out of nonsense? Supernaturalism is the absurdity of saying, “there is absolutely no way I can scientifically and logically defend my belief system, but I stand by and defend it anyway.” Isn’t it kind of absurd to defend the indefensible? My standard answer for those who believe in virgin births, corpses rising from the dead, saints and sinners, devils and hellfire is, “I know, that you know, that there is no way deep-down you can possibly believe that bullshit.” I know, that you know, that anyone who allows themselves to critically think can be that goddamn  stupid. I emphatically state, “Why supernatural when Nature is so amazing!” Why an invented superbeing from a supernatural world that has brought endless cruelty, misery, fighting, and disunity to the human world

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Comment by JeanMarie on June 2, 2019 at 12:21am

Sing it, Chris!!

Comment by Chris on May 31, 2019 at 4:55am

A Friend of mine said that the more I know the more I know I don't know. Eventually I'll know everything about nothing.

Of course it was more complicated than that.

Comment by Stephen on April 14, 2019 at 10:15am

The worst argument coming from the religious is the circular one. I know its true because it says so in the Bible or the Quran, they can't both be right, and what's the odds they are both wrong?

I know its true because I know it's true.

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