olivia6991 Olivia S

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Number of games 29
Best game 90.54
Recent speed
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Old speed
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70.39
All time speed 73.52
Recent accuracy
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99.03%
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98.67%
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The accuracy indicates how precise you are during the typing test. 100% means 0 errors.




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kaikaikaikaikai 5 years, 7 months ago
What I can speculate ahead though is this: I don't think McDowell will have more evidence for the existence of a God than William Lane Craig, and I've heard a lot from him. Arguments from design did not convince me because they just bank on the lack of imagination of some people, and the Kalam cosmological argument fails since there is no reason to accept it's premises. As long as there is no repeatable, observable experiment that proves resurrection, the existence of gods, dragons or unicorns, I will believe in none of these things, and as soon as this happens, you'll find it in every newspaper, on every radio and TV station all over the world, and not in some rather unkown book.
kaikaikaikaikai 5 years, 7 months ago
Hey, thank you for stopping by my profile. I don't think it's weird at all that one should discuss such things. They are usually not the kind of discussion that can will end with one agreeing with the other, but that doesn't mean they have to be futile.

As it comes to evidence for Christianity... I'll have a look at the book you thought I should read, but I'd like to invite you to do it with me: If you head on over to Youtube and search for "An atheist reads evidence that demands a verdict", you'll find a series of videos from Steve Shives. I've watched his series on the book "I don't have enough faith to be an atheist" from Norman L. Geisler and Frank Turek, and I have yet to find an argument I wouldn't agree with him upon, so I'm pretty sure his thoughts on Josh McDowell's book won't be much different from mine.
olivia6991 5 years, 7 months ago
What really helped me improve my typing speed is... typing, typing, typing. The more I typed, the faster I got. Practice really does make perfect; the same is true in correcting errors. :)
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