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Discussion in 'History & Literature' started by Hungrover, May 15, 2011.
If so...... why?
If not...... why?
God appears to have really, really short legs.
No. I base my life on the tangible. I know it's impossible to "disprove" an existance of God but given that Christians say they have a "personal relationship" with Jesus and God well then that's convenient for them, right???
In other words, Believers have made it impossible for "God" to be disproved!
I do believe in a higher power in the Universe but I do believe in the Hindu holy texts.
"I just believe in one fewer God than you do, when you understand why you dismiss all other possible Gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours".
I'll tell you after how my life turns out.
No. There's far too much suffering in the world.
Some would say (I'm not one of them) that God gave mankind free will?
Nobody can ever be sure.
Nobody can tell with absolute certainty what came before the Big Bang. Nobody.
In practical terms religion and belief in God is just futile in my opinion. Whilst some may see it gives their life purpose, I simply cannot be bothered to devote MY life to a divine being that for some reason gets off on us worshipping Him. I try not to contemplate the existence of God because it will never get me anywhere and I've got better things to do with my time.
Not until I see the c*nt.
No. Fictional bullshite.
AG MOTHER ****ING NOSTIC.
I managed to choose religion and soceiety in an option, do a mock and two proper exams, come out with a B and I'm still unsure, and probably will be 'till the day I die. (Going to prey on my beathbed to every ****ing God there is though, just incase).
See you in Hell, suckers. OH WAIT, I'LL BE IN HEAVEN.
I'm with Epicurus on the God question:-
Is God willing to prevent evil but not able?
Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able but not willing?
Then he is malevolent.
Is he both willing and able?
Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither willing nor able?
Then why call him God?
"When one person suffers from a delusion it is called insanity. When many people suffer from a delusion it is called religion."
If the God types are to be believed, there was no big bang.
I don't believe.
I like that quote.
Tbh, I don't really care if it was proven tomorrow, I'm here to live my own life not worry about what some 'higher power' thinks of me, regardless of whether he/it is real or not.
I personally cannot understand how any grown adult CAN believe in a god, to me it's like believing in Santa Claus or the Tooth Fairy.
To me, there is a difference in believing in God and a god.
I'm on the fence when it comes to GOD (or GODs) tbh, but when it comes to Jesus; I know that's a load of bullshit.