Stephen Hawking - Doesn't believe in ...

Stephen Hawking - Doesn't believe in God.

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Driver

West Plains, MO

#1 Sep 2, 2010
The above mentioned doofus says that God didn't create the universe. That can be debatable. What isn't debatable is that God has a sense of humor. Just look at Stephen Hawking's face.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20100902/lf_nm_lif...
seriously

West Plains, MO

#2 Sep 2, 2010
who is stephen hawking?
Raphaella

West Plains, MO

#3 Sep 2, 2010
Stephen Hawkings may not believe in God, but He
believes in him.

By the way, Mr.Hawkings is not a doofus. He is one
of the most brilliant scientists and theoreticians
of our time. He vainly seeks to explain the
unexplainable, to understand that which must only
be taken on faith. He is doing nothing that has not been done from the first time men looked up and saw the stars.

If there is no God, why has man always sought Him?
In every age and culture, evidence of God and
belief in Him is found. That is because
God IS present and always will be.

Yes, I agree with you, driver, God does have a
sense of humor. However, I do not think that
Stephen Hawkins distorted face is evidence thereof.

Peace be with you this night.
Farmer

Ozark, MO

#4 Sep 3, 2010
Mr. Hawkings' face is distorted because he has ALS. However, although he can no longer speak and lives strapped into a wheel chair, he spends his time in mathematical and scientific pursuits. Whether or not he believes in God, does not alter the reality of God, does it? He will find out that truth soon enough--as we all will.
okay

Ozark, MO

#5 Sep 4, 2010
As though anyone in Willow would know who Stephen Hawking is....LMAO! Read "A Brief History of Time" lately have you? bahahahaha
The Viking

West Plains, MO

#6 Sep 4, 2010
Don't underestimate the intelligence of people in
Willow Springs. Yes, I have read "A Brief History
of Time." Do you want to discuss it?
BooHoo

Ava, MO

#7 Sep 8, 2010
Oh no, a scientist that doesn't believe in god!!!
stop the press, call the pope, off with his head. lmfao at all the bible thumping nazis on here.
His personal belives is not my business or anybody else
Sophie

Ozark, MO

#8 Sep 30, 2010
So?

Science has proof, the Bible doesn't have much to back itself up.

Stick with science people, it's more reliable.
wow

Branson, MO

#9 Sep 30, 2010
Unfreaking believable.....REALLY? Somebody created this thread, and the purpose is...? Get a life! You have started this crap about an individual who like you is a person, who like you has opinions, who like you, has their own beliefs. "Thou Shalt Not Judge" (sound familiar)? You people make me sick.
wow

Branson, MO

#10 Sep 30, 2010
Driver wrote:
The above mentioned doofus says that God didn't create the universe. That can be debatable. What isn't debatable is that God has a sense of humor. Just look at Stephen Hawking's face.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20100902/lf_nm_lif...
...and who the hell are you to judge anyone? Take a look in the mirror, you're not perfect. People only put others down because of their own issues, you know, to make themselves feel better. So...do you feel better now that you have said such a horrible thing about someone who you don't even know?

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#11 Oct 1, 2010
Lmfao. I love it when people use the "fact" that man has sought God for centuries as "proof" that he exists. Did you ever stop and think that maybe man has done that because his parents and their parents before them did? Occassionally prayers get "answered" when really its just a coincidence and they have to go shouting from the nearest mountain that a miracle was bestowed upon them. Or maybe people are just delusional liars... Nah that can't be. People don't lie... Who am I kidding right?
Lol I DO question the intelligence of some people in Willow. Not all but quite a few.
The Viking

West Plains, MO

#12 Oct 3, 2010
Princeton University has been doing some interesting work using CAT scans to study the
mental processes of healthy test subjects required
to make difficult moral decisions. They have come
to the conclusion that, like in Steinbeck's "Grapes
of Wrath", perhaps there is no sin or no virtue.
It's just what people does.

Their research demonstrated that moral judgements are situational and under the right circumstances
anyone is capable of great evil or great good.

Agree or disagree, folks. I'd be interest to hear
what you think.
the man

Willow Springs, MO

#13 Oct 7, 2010
dont judge a book by its cover
Farmer

Reeds Spring, MO

#14 Oct 15, 2010
MisfitofSociety wrote:
Lmfao. I love it when people use the "fact" that man has sought God for centuries as "proof" that he exists. Did you ever stop and think that maybe man has done that because his parents and their parents before them did? Occassionally prayers get "answered" when really its just a coincidence and they have to go shouting from the nearest mountain that a miracle was bestowed upon them. Or maybe people are just delusional liars... Nah that can't be. People don't lie... Who am I kidding right?
Lol I DO question the intelligence of some people in Willow. Not all but quite a few.
Perhaps when parents and their parents taught children about God, we had a better society. Now it appears that many believe nothing and see moral values as mere extensions of 'what works for them' only. Those who believe in God are belittled or called 'delusional liars.'

Faith cannot be quantified or 'proven'--that's why its called 'faith.' For my part, I believe that God exists and that miracles happen. If you've ever held your own child in your arms, you have proof of the wonder of creation and the benevolence of the good God.
The Viking

West Plains, MO

#15 Oct 16, 2010
Farmer wrote:
<quoted text>
Perhaps when parents and their parents taught children about God, we had a better society. Now it appears that many believe nothing and see moral values as mere extensions of 'what works for them' only. Those who believe in God are belittled or called 'delusional liars.'
Faith cannot be quantified or 'proven'--that's why its called 'faith.' For my part, I believe that God exists and that miracles happen. If you've ever held your own child in your arms, you have proof of the wonder of creation and the benevolence of the good God.
Nihilism is truly the creed of many. How terrifying it must be
to believe you are alone with no Creator, no morality and no hope
for eternal life.

But then, if you have nothing, you have nothing to lose. I can
understand why drugs make sense to them.

“I wanna funk yo junk.”

Since: Apr 08

L.A.

#16 Oct 16, 2010
I believe in a creator, but I don't presume to know it's name or exactly which book it set out as its one and only guide. I also do not believe that the creator is interested in our day to day lives, and I'll explain why.

As a child some kids are really in to Legos or Erector Sets, they will build this or that and be so very proud. Now as they grow older they grow less and less interested in those toys of the past no matter how much interest they once had.
Our God or gods or whatever has a vast universe in which to build new and exciting things and I am no where near narcissistic enough to even pretend that I am of such great importance to it/him/them as to garner attention every second of every day.

The question I have asked before (and the answer is always Faith) is, How do you know you are following the right God and path?
The Viking wrote:
<quoted text>
Nihilism is truly the creed of many. How terrifying it must be
to believe you are alone with no Creator, no morality and no hope
for eternal life.
But then, if you have nothing, you have nothing to lose. I can
understand why drugs make sense to them.
The Viking

West Plains, MO

#17 Oct 17, 2010
JustAnotherFcuktard wrote:
I believe in a creator, but I don't presume to know it's name or exactly which book it set out as its one and only guide. I also do not believe that the creator is interested in our day to day lives, and I'll explain why.
As a child some kids are really in to Legos or Erector Sets, they will build this or that and be so very proud. Now as they grow older they grow less and less interested in those toys of the past no matter how much interest they once had.
Our God or gods or whatever has a vast universe in which to build new and exciting things and I am no where near narcissistic enough to even pretend that I am of such great importance to it/him/them as to garner attention every second of every day.
The question I have asked before (and the answer is always Faith) is, How do you know you are following the right God and path?
<quoted text>
I wish I could give you the answer to your question, but I am simply not wise enough.

That was, however, an eloquent statement. Thank you.

“I wanna funk yo junk.”

Since: Apr 08

L.A.

#18 Oct 18, 2010
The Viking wrote:
<quoted text>
I wish I could give you the answer to your question, but I am simply not wise enough.
That was, however, an eloquent statement. Thank you.
My question nor comment was directed toward you, I simply quoted you because something in what you posted struck a note with me but I didn't mean to make it seem as though I was targeting you.
The Viking

West Plains, MO

#19 Oct 19, 2010
JustAnotherFcuktard wrote:
<quoted text>
My question nor comment was directed toward you, I simply quoted you because something in what you posted struck a note with me but I didn't mean to make it seem as though I was targeting you.
No problem. Often I deserve being a target.

The path to God is an intensely personal one. Who can say
which is right? In this and all things I wish you well.
Peace be with you this day.
Random1

United States

#20 Oct 28, 2010
you know the funny part about this thread is that not a one of you has read his latest book in it all he says is that god is not NEEDED to explain the creation of the multi-verse it does not say whether or not HE believes in god you can also look at it from Einsteins perspective in that we have all these things that led up to where we are now and that the whole thing is so beautiful that there must be a god otherwise creation would have been an ugly random chaotic thing and not the various systems that exist now to make us humans able to not only exist but thrive

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