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free to think

Jacksonville, AR

#1 May 25, 2012
Is there a group of free thinkers in Blytheville. If not, maybe we could start a regular meeting.
thinking

United States

#2 May 25, 2012
That sounds like a argument waiting to happen, to me. After all an argument is an attempt to persuade someone of something, by giving reasons or evidence for accepting a particular conclusion. What else would a free thinker do? Except try to influence you with his thinking. Thus an argument waiting to happen when you put a couple together.
hmmmmm

Trumann, AR

#3 May 25, 2012
I am a free thinker and I think u are looking for people who think like u, not people who are just free thinkers cause we all are not athiests.
ziggy

Decatur, AL

#4 May 26, 2012
That's the problem with this town -- everybody wants something for free.
Zippy

Jonesboro, AR

#5 May 26, 2012
If you can pull this meeting together I could do the opening prayer.
free to think

Jacksonville, AR

#6 May 26, 2012
Free thinkers can be atheists, humanists, or agnostics or anybody that does not believe in ghosts and spirits. Their decisions are based on experience, science and independent research. God is not part of their life. If there is a group of people in this podunk town, I would like to meet with them. I should have known, however, the people who read this site wouldn't understand. Sorry, but I'm new to the area.
guest

United States

#7 May 26, 2012
free to think wrote:
Free thinkers can be atheists, humanists, or agnostics or anybody that does not believe in ghosts and spirits. Their decisions are based on experience, science and independent research. God is not part of their life. If there is a group of people in this podunk town, I would like to meet with them. I should have known, however, the people who read this site wouldn't understand. Sorry, but I'm new to the area.
Haven't you noticed there's a church on almost every corner? We believe in god here. Christians are free thinkers. They think for themselves. There are plenty of scientist who also believe in god. Anyhow you said your looking for atheist and this area, my friend, is the bible belt. We all believe in god here. And you didn't have to explain you are new to the area. Trust me we could tell it from your post. What the people on this site don't understand is why you think a Christian can't have a good conversation/debate based on experience, science, and independent research. Being a Christian in no way makes you uneducated.
well

Little Rock, AR

#8 May 26, 2012
Funny how people with no hope, no faith, and no respect for others beliefs----think they are above it all and super smart.

What a joke. Have fun with your athiest club!!
Yomommasdaddy

Little Rock, AR

#9 May 26, 2012
What he's trying to say is that we evolved from monkeys. Case in point go to the south end of town and look at some of the people.
guest

United States

#10 May 26, 2012
free to think wrote:
Free thinkers can be atheists, humanists, or agnostics or anybody that does not believe in ghosts and spirits. Their decisions are based on experience, science and independent research. God is not part of their life. If there is a group of people in this podunk town, I would like to meet with them. I should have known, however, the people who read this site wouldn't understand. Sorry, but I'm new to the area.
Shouldn't free thinkers be free to think on their own and not have someone like you telling them what they can and can not think? You have very rigid rules for being "free."
Guest

Rockdale, TX

#11 May 26, 2012
well wrote:
Funny how people with no hope, no faith, and no respect for others beliefs----think they are above it all and super smart.
What a joke. Have fun with your athiest club!!
Hope is subject to the desire or expectation of the individual. Respect is usually earned. But why would anyone with a functioning brain have or even want "faith"?
guest

United States

#12 May 26, 2012
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>Hope is subject to the desire or expectation of the individual. Respect is usually earned. But why would anyone with a functioning brain have or even want "faith"?
lol what kind of argument is that? You have "faith" in what you just said or you wouldn't believe it.
Demon Deacon

United States

#13 May 26, 2012
Without hope and faith, what do you have? Without hope you have nothing to look forward to, without faith you have nothing to believe in. So when you have hope you believe there will be a tomorrow; with faith, you believe tomorrow will be better.
Glory

Little Rock, AR

#14 May 26, 2012
Faith is God's work in us, that changes us and gives us new birth from God.

It kills the old Adam and makes us completely different people. It changes our hearts, our spirits, our thoughts and all our powers. It brings the Holy Spirit with it. Yes, it is a living,creative, active and powerful thing, this faith.

Faith is a living, bold trust in God's grace, so certain of God's favor that it would risk death a thousand times trusting in it. Such faithfullness in God's grace makes you happy, joyful and bold in your relationship with God and all creatures.
Guest

Rockdale, TX

#15 May 26, 2012
guest wrote:
lol what kind of argument is that? You have "faith" in what you just said or you wouldn't believe it.
It was a question, not an argument. Evidently you're incapable of telling the difference.
Guest

Rockdale, TX

#16 May 26, 2012
Glory wrote:
Faith is God's work in us,
How do you know? How can you "logically" discern it from your imagination?
Truth

United States

#17 May 26, 2012
Real "free thinkers", do not avoid the possibility of a greater intelligent power than that of the human race. Some people, would rather not think about things that may make them feel uncomfortable, because it might interfere with their life choices. I choose to believe that God is real and that is why Jesus Christ was sent to this earth.
Guest

Rockdale, TX

#18 May 26, 2012
Truth wrote:
Real "free thinkers", do not avoid the possibility of a greater intelligent power than that of the human race.
True, they don't "avoid" the possibility. That's why they ask for evidence for one from those who claim there absolutely "IS" a greater intelligence.
Truth wrote:
I choose to believe that God is real and that is why Jesus Christ was sent to this earth.
Why do you "choose" that belief and not the belief that Mohamed ascended to Heaven on a winged horse?
Truth

United States

#19 May 26, 2012
Mohamed did not allow himself to be crucified on a cross to give us eternal life.
Guest

Rockdale, TX

#20 May 26, 2012
Truth wrote:
Mohamed did not allow himself to be crucified on a cross to give us eternal life.
So you don't care whether what you believe is true or not, you just "choose" to believe whatever religious story makes you feel good??

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