After a long break... Following on from parts one, two, three, four and five. And responding to these questions.
51. If you think the rest of the world is deceived or mistaken, even though they think their right, then what makes you any different?
For a start, I know the difference between "their" and "they're" :o)
I could be wrong, I'll admit that. But the experiences I have had have lead me to the conclusion that what I believe is at least consistent with the evidence and reasonable.
52. if we are designed so perfectly as intelligent design suggests, than why are there disabled people, retarded, blind, crippled etc.
Intelligent design is a nonsense. The bible does not shy away from the (undeniable) fact that we live in an imperfect world. It also proposes a plan to 'make everything new' and improve things.
53. If your answer to the last question was sin, then why did god make me blind at birth, I hadn’t done anything yet?
That wasn't my answer.
54. Why does god need us to kill animals then his son to forgive us, why couldn’t he just choose not to hold this incredible grudge?
Dunno. I believe the animal sacrifice thing was a way of explaining to simple people that there are consequences for your actions - it costs to fix the problems. And I have no idea why the death of Jesus was required. But I believe it did happen and was required. I know that's not very satisfying for you, but I'm sure there's things you don't understand either.
55. Since god wanted to kill Jesus to forgive us, why didn't he do it right after Adam ate the apple, that way the Jews wouldn't have to live under the oppression of the old testament?
Sometimes the best time to fix something is not immediately after it breaks. Maybe he waited for the right time? Or maybe the original problem wasn't actually fruit-related.
56. Why would a loving god create Parasites and Ebola and rabies or design animals to rip other animals apart and eat them?
Because evolution is not guided evolution.
57. Why is a first cause necessary, why not an infinite regression of causes?
Neither option solves the problem of origins.
58. isn't it such a coincidence that folks tend to believe the religion of their parents?
No. That's just human nature. Its far more interesting to look at those who convert from one religion to another. I know a few former muslims who are now Christians. I know a former muslim who is now a Wiccan, for that matter. I know a few Christians who have 'lost faith' and now are atheists. I know a few former atheists who are now Christians. I don't actually know anyone (or have heard of anyone) who was raised a Christian who now is a muslim.
59. If God has such a tremendous problem with uncircumcised penises, why did he make man with foreskin in the first place?
It was an act of devotion. It wasn't that God has anything in particular against foreskins, its just that it is a demonstrable act of sacrifice.
60. It says in genesis that the sons of god saw the daughters of men that they were fair... now since these "angels were able to copulate does this indicate that angels have a gender and are not spiritual beings. how did angel chromosomes work with the human genome.
Well, you're probably just misunderstanding the passage. What if there was a tribe who called themselves 'Sons of God'? Suddenly its all human.