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#13568
Sep 13, 2012
 
reincarnation is probably real though I mean think about it.. if it weren't real people would have figured it out by now..

obviously the kids remember theyr past life..
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#13569
Sep 13, 2012
 
hey ain't.. hinduism and the bagda vita come before the holy bible??
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#13570
Oct 7, 2012
 
hey help me?
i dont neccessarily believe this is true but i have to write a 6m answer for this....
"why is it easier to not believe in God than to belive in God?"
any ideas? i mean there is no way of proving god or dissproving god so what to write?:O

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#13571
Oct 7, 2012
 
rororoyaboat wrote:
hey help me?
i dont neccessarily believe this is true but i have to write a 6m answer for this....
"why is it easier to not believe in God than to belive in God?"
any ideas? i mean there is no way of proving god or dissproving god so what to write?:O
well, which god?

there is little evidence to support a "belief" in a god.

and

certainly the abrahamic god is false.

any hypothesis requires evidence, there is none.
Gary Trimble

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#13572
Oct 19, 2012
 
Jeff wrote:
I agree, and also believe that science and religion are entirely incompatible. In other words, one cannot be a true scientist and believe in god at the same time.(I know many profess to do this, but I think in their heart-of-hearts they know they are fooling themselves).
For more, check out www.machineslikeus.com
Depends on your definition of science. You are referring to the philosophical question of origins, nothing to do with day to day scientific methodology
Gary Trimble

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Oct 19, 2012
 

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karl44 wrote:
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well, which god?
there is little evidence to support a "belief" in a god.
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certainly the abrahamic god is false.
any hypothesis requires evidence, there is none.
As a graduate in theology, I would take you up on this. you are spouting statements w/o evidence. Of course there are difficulties in believing either way. It may be easier (for you)to not believe than believe, so why do we even give a thought to someone who doesn't even exist? Perhaps we cannot, not think of the one who gave us the ability to think in the first place. In other words, just as it is impossible to justify right and wrong where there is no standard of right and wrong, we cannot escape the conception of God unless there is the possiblity of God's existence in the first place. Perhaps we bear the "scarred" image of God. This does not prove one way or the other, but gives credence to the possibility of God's existence. We can believe what we want, but we cannot change reality by believing or not believing. The question of the existence of God is in the category of "first things" and can be deduced to either one of two possibilities, either God exists or not, no room for grey. As long as that possiblity is there, our belief cannot banish what is really real one way or the other, only how we act upon that belief will be consequential.

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#13574
Oct 19, 2012
 
Gary Trimble wrote:
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As a graduate in theology, I would take you up on this. you are spouting statements w/o evidence. Of course there are difficulties in believing either way. It may be easier (for you)to not believe than believe, so why do we even give a thought to someone who doesn't even exist? Perhaps we cannot, not think of the one who gave us the ability to think in the first place. In other words, just as it is impossible to justify right and wrong where there is no standard of right and wrong, we cannot escape the conception of God unless there is the possiblity of God's existence in the first place. Perhaps we bear the "scarred" image of God. This does not prove one way or the other, but gives credence to the possibility of God's existence. We can believe what we want, but we cannot change reality by believing or not believing. The question of the existence of God is in the category of "first things" and can be deduced to either one of two possibilities, either God exists or not, no room for grey. As long as that possiblity is there, our belief cannot banish what is really real one way or the other, only how we act upon that belief will be consequential.
I agree, your belief regardless of sincerity, does not create gods.

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#13575
Oct 19, 2012
 
Gary Trimble wrote:
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As a graduate in theology,
I have a wall of certificates and a personal library of religious reference manuals; I never claim my education here on the net. It is my experience that those who lack belief in the christian god, tend to be more highly educated with respect to christian and biblical history, than those who claim to be christian, including those who claim to be trained christians. You merely spew common dogma, no different from those christians who failed to finish grade school.

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#13576
Oct 20, 2012
 
Gary Trimble wrote:
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As a graduate in theology, I would take you up on this. you are spouting statements w/o evidence. Of course there are difficulties in believing either way. It may be easier (for you)to not believe than believe, so why do we even give a thought to someone who doesn't even exist? Perhaps we cannot, not think of the one who gave us the ability to think in the first place. In other words, just as it is impossible to justify right and wrong where there is no standard of right and wrong, we cannot escape the conception of God unless there is the possiblity of God's existence in the first place. Perhaps we bear the "scarred" image of God. This does not prove one way or the other, but gives credence to the possibility of God's existence. We can believe what we want, but we cannot change reality by believing or not believing. The question of the existence of God is in the category of "first things" and can be deduced to either one of two possibilities, either God exists or not, no room for grey. As long as that possiblity is there, our belief cannot banish what is really real one way or the other, only how we act upon that belief will be consequential.
Perhaps the entire Universe was created Last Thursday.

But without evidence, it's a possibility not worth considering.

The same is true of "God".
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#13577
Oct 25, 2012
 
My god is real , thats all i gotta say !
Elohim

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#13578
Oct 25, 2012
 
sina wrote:
My god is real , thats all i gotta say !
So is mine. May J.R. "Bob" Dobbs extend the Slack Fist of Retrieval upon you and yours.
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#13579
Nov 16, 2012
 
god is just a man made
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#13580
Nov 24, 2012
 
Well, actully it is compatible, is you look at the Greco-Roman religions, then you will see it merely suggests the Gods played a part in helping us live our daily lives and scientific advancement

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#13581
Nov 26, 2012
 
I don't believe in atheists. THEY AREN'T REAAAAAALLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!
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#13582
Nov 27, 2012
 
Aw, you woke up KingWill

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#13583
Nov 27, 2012
 
neither are you real!!!!!!!!!!
The Dude

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#13584
Nov 27, 2012
 
Brian_G wrote:
neither are you real!!!!!!!!!!
You are real.

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#13585
Nov 27, 2012
 
youtube.com/watch...
God doesnt exist somewhere there is Bones buried
of a person named god,and this person is dead lifeless has no spirit.A dead person Bones exist?
God doesnt exist,,

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#13586
Nov 28, 2012
 

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The Dude wrote:
You are real. Daft.
You can't know if I'm real or not. Face it, if you have no faith in God, that doesn't mean you believe in nothing - it means you believe in anything.
The Dude

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#13587
Nov 28, 2012
 
As usual you got it the wrong way round.

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