Hollywood Actor Reveals What He Thinks Is 'Weird' About Atheists

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Actor Kevin Sorbo isn't shy about sharing his views on politics and religion, which he has candidly detailed in past interviews with TheBlaze .

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Patrick

United States

#62 Aug 18, 2014
religionislies wrote:
Thinking wrote:
Yet you act dumb enough to be religious.
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“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#63 Aug 18, 2014
Cujo wrote:
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True, neither side should take a definite stand, but it's not a 50/50 chance whether a God exists or not. Considering the lack of evidence for a God, and what we know about the natural world, which does not point to design or a deity, I would say the stance of an atheist is far more justified.
Yet here we are. Why?

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#64 Aug 18, 2014
though I've belted you and flayed you, by the living god that made you, you're a better man than I am, Gunga Din.
Thinking

Milton Abbas, UK

#65 Aug 18, 2014
Why not?
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
Yet here we are. Why?
Thinking

Milton Abbas, UK

#66 Aug 18, 2014
I only post here as "Thinking", Lincock.

Don't judge everyone else by your own low standards. Raise your game. Be a better person.
Patrick wrote:
religionislies wrote:
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Cujo

Regina, Canada

#67 Aug 18, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
Yet here we are. Why?
Why does there need to be a reason? We just are. The question on how life began, is not yet answered.
Patrick

United States

#68 Aug 18, 2014
Pope Francis has lifted a ban on the beatification of murdered Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero.

For years, the Roman Catholic Church blocked the process because of concerns that he had Marxist ideas.

An outspoken critic of the military regime during El Salvador's bloody civil war, Archbishop Romero was shot dead while celebrating Mass in 1980.

Beatification, or declaring a person "blessed", is the necessary prelude to full sainthood.

The bishop was one of the main proponents of Liberation Theology - an interpretation of Christian faith through the perspective of the poor.

On Monday, the Pope said he was hoping for a swift beatification process.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#69 Aug 18, 2014
Cujo wrote:
<quoted text>
Why does there need to be a reason? We just are. The question on how life began, is not yet answered.
That's why I'm asking.

And just to point you in the right direction, the question of how life began, while a mystery, is distinctly different from the question of how existence began.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#70 Aug 18, 2014
Patrick wrote:
Pope Francis has lifted a ban on the beatification of murdered Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero.
For years, the Roman Catholic Church blocked the process because of concerns that he had Marxist ideas.
An outspoken critic of the military regime during El Salvador's bloody civil war, Archbishop Romero was shot dead while celebrating Mass in 1980.
Beatification, or declaring a person "blessed", is the necessary prelude to full sainthood.
The bishop was one of the main proponents of Liberation Theology - an interpretation of Christian faith through the perspective of the poor.
On Monday, the Pope said he was hoping for a swift beatification process.
Mazeltov!
Richardfs

Saint Marys, Australia

#71 Aug 18, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>For a mental defective you do not disappoint.
Oh, can't you just feel that godbot love?
Richardfs

Saint Marys, Australia

#72 Aug 18, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>That's why I'm asking.
And just to point you in the right direction, the question of how life began, while a mystery, is distinctly different from the question of how existence began.
Don't tell me 'goddidit'.
Thinking

Hounslow, UK

#73 Aug 19, 2014
Funny how often those posters that say they're neither religious nor Atheist turn out to be religious haters...
Richardfs wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, can't you just feel that godbot love?
Thinking

Hounslow, UK

#74 Aug 19, 2014
beatification is moronic.

JP2 became a saint. One of his two miracles was curing one of his own of Parkinsons (not) whilst not sharing the cure with anyone. Moronic.
Patrick wrote:
Pope Francis has lifted a ban on the beatification of murdered Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero.
For years, the Roman Catholic Church blocked the process because of concerns that he had Marxist ideas.
An outspoken critic of the military regime during El Salvador's bloody civil war, Archbishop Romero was shot dead while celebrating Mass in 1980.
Beatification, or declaring a person "blessed", is the necessary prelude to full sainthood.
The bishop was one of the main proponents of Liberation Theology - an interpretation of Christian faith through the perspective of the poor.
On Monday, the Pope said he was hoping for a swift beatification process.
Patrick

United States

#75 Aug 19, 2014
Atheism an old philosophy of some merit, examined by the Greeks many thousands of years ago leading nowhere in the end.

Over a good cup of coffee the discussion usually moves on to good classical music:
Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 5 In C Minor, Op. 67, "Fate": I. Allegro Con Brio
Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": Ode an Die Freude
Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op. 8, "Spring": Allegro

Since no one can prove atheism the arguments tend to be circular thus people celebrating Christian or Atheist religions /philosophies often lose interest and move on to a fine restaurant .
Peace
Thinking

Gillingham, UK

#76 Aug 19, 2014
Less than three is not "many", Lincock.
Patrick wrote:
Atheism an old philosophy of some merit, examined by the Greeks many thousands of years ago leading nowhere in the end.
Over a good cup of coffee the discussion usually moves on to good classical music:
Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 5 In C Minor, Op. 67, "Fate": I. Allegro Con Brio
Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": Ode an Die Freude
Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op. 8, "Spring": Allegro
Since no one can prove atheism the arguments tend to be circular thus people celebrating Christian or Atheist religions /philosophies often lose interest and move on to a fine restaurant .
Peace
Cujo

Regina, Canada

#77 Aug 19, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>That's why I'm asking.
And just to point you in the right direction, the question of how life began, while a mystery, is distinctly different from the question of how existence began.
You asked why we are here. Again, there is no reason why. The question is how, and no one knows for sure. That is the only honest answer based on the evidence we have. Any other answer is pure speculation at this point, or hypothesis. Our existance is based on how life began. I see no difference between the two. Unless you are asking two different questions, big bang and how life began.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#78 Aug 19, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>That's why I'm asking.
And just to point you in the right direction, the question of how life began, while a mystery, is distinctly different from the question of how existence began.
and if you been carrying pictures of chairman Mao, you ain't gonna make it with anyone anyhow.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#79 Aug 19, 2014
Patrick wrote:
Atheism an old philosophy of some merit, examined by the Greeks many thousands of years ago leading nowhere in the end.
Over a good cup of coffee the discussion usually moves on to good classical music:
Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 5 In C Minor, Op. 67, "Fate": I. Allegro Con Brio
Ludwig van Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 In D Minor, Op. 125, "Choral": Ode an Die Freude
Antonio Vivaldi - The Four Seasons, Op. 8, "Spring": Allegro
Since no one can prove atheism the arguments tend to be circular thus people celebrating Christian or Atheist religions /philosophies often lose interest and move on to a fine restaurant .
Peace
don't forget the Lone Ranger overture.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#80 Aug 19, 2014
Richardfs wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't tell me 'goddidit'.
Your kind of ignorant arrogance gives atheism a bad name.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

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#81 Aug 19, 2014
Cujo wrote:
<quoted text>
You asked why we are here. Again, there is no reason why. The question is how, and no one knows for sure. That is the only honest answer based on the evidence we have. Any other answer is pure speculation at this point, or hypothesis. Our existance is based on how life began. I see no difference between the two. Unless you are asking two different questions, big bang and how life began.
Just to clarify, I am asking PRE-Big Bang.

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