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User avatar #194 - sinonyx (10/25/2013) [-]
congrats, you're agnostic!
#184 - anonymous (10/25/2013) [+] (5 replies)
You silly people with your arguments about proof. Absolute truth is impossible to prove. Everything you think you know is based on one assumption or another. Heck, your entire understanding of the world is based on the assumption that your senses tell you the truth. Of course, you have to maintain some assumptions to remain a functional human being, but once you get into the realm of beliefs rather than "facts", arguing about proof becomes a complete waste of time.
#122 - spateeter (10/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
All this shit about religions, I actually converted to worshiping the nine divines, they are very respectable and I know they exist.
User avatar #88 - roflcopterskklol (10/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
So you are agnostic?
#56 - yesboss (10/24/2013) [+] (13 replies)
well technically there is proof he doesn't, everything that we have from before about 4000 years ago i.e. fossils basically disproves the bible, so i guess Christianity more than god but close enough for me
#69 to #56 - tylerpayne (10/24/2013) [-]
I've decided that this picture holds more relevance
#270 - SteyrAUG ONLINE (10/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I came to the conclusion that God exists through science. This was done through looking at the big bang. Ever heard the "if earth was 10 ft closer to the sun we'd burn and 10 ft farther and we'd freeze" argument? With what we know of the big bang, it was that way. If the universe had expanded slightly faster, it would have dissipated into energy. If it had expanded slightly slower, it would have collapsed back in on itself. The rate it expanded allowed the creation of hydrogen. I choose to think of the universe as a massive differential equation. If you choose not to, then by all means, you were given free will, so use it.
#269 - naroemcgarson (10/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
please if you people honestly believe what you have said then I challenge you to watch this video it is a debate that is entertaining and informative.

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#251 - anonymous (10/25/2013) [-]
Wow, a lot of people don't even know what agnostics are, even the ones claiming to be agnostic.

Also, there's no proof the world isn't run by invisible untouchable gremlins, or that there's a giant teapot floating in space right now. I'm religious, but I'm just saying, "no proof that he doesn't exist" is horrible logic.
#152 - anonymous (10/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
dipshit, theres plenty of proof that god doesnt exist youre just fucking ignorant and lazy.
#227 to #152 - vparrish (10/25/2013) [-]
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User avatar #131 - galkawhm (10/25/2013) [-]
You can't prove a negative. The only way to do something similar to that is to try and fail at proving positives.
User avatar #118 - Ninotori (10/25/2013) [-]
I choose to believe in God. And I don't really want or need proof. In fact, people trying to prove it actually piss me off.
#105 - freenarative (10/25/2013) [-]
You shared your beliefs,,, I share mine. I am a pastafarian.
#75 - auda ONLINE (10/25/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I don't particularly believe in god, though I follow the bibles teachings.   
   
I don't even know what I am...
I don't particularly believe in god, though I follow the bibles teachings.

I don't even know what I am...
User avatar #53 - captainfuckitall ONLINE (10/24/2013) [+] (10 replies)
While it's true that it's near impossible to prove a negative, it's also true that it's scientifically impractical to assume something does not exist until it shoves itself in your face.

If you just went off by everything you could see and carried on from there, there would be thousands if not millions of branches of Science that you would never explore, simply because you never had the thought to try. And who knows, perhaps many things do tie back into some god or creator, we're just taking a bit to get there, making connections back to the very beginning.

In short, it's true that religious people should try to prove WHY they have faith, rather than just having it; but it's also true that Atheists are neither smarter nor wiser if they automatically assume it can't be possible.
#51 - hotsand (10/24/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I have something on my mind that I would like to share revolving around heaven and hell.

Both heaven and hell seem flawed in design. The concept of eternity doesn't truly work in regards to our lives as humans. To explain, if one were to live forever, to be immortal, eventually our humanity will fade away. Eventually he will lose all care of society and happiness and sadness and become a husk of a human. This works in the exact same way with someone in heaven or hell. Eternal suffering is illogical because EVENTUALLY you will either become accustomed to it or become that already mentioned husk of a human. And heaven is an even better example as it is eternal bliss. What the fuck is eternal bliss? Having sex with women all day every day? EVENTUALLY, maybe over the course of millions of years, that will become boring. And maybe you'll move on to something else. Maybe you'll pick up a sport in heaven. Maybe you'll get bored of that and learn to play an instrument. It seems as if the concept of heaven is insanely shallow in design among the minds of the religious. They just end the definition of heaven right after saying that it is eternal happiness. EVENTUALLY you are going to devolve from whatever god fearing individual you are into some hooker killing crack head as you will EVENTUALLY get really bored of playing baseball for literally ETERNITY. And to continue, happiness is only existent because of its relation to sadness and pain. Heaven would have to consist of bad. Shit, we would probably make it ourselves as we do that in the "real world." This is what confuses me most about religion. Nobody likes questioning the mind-numbingly large flaws in it. Like how I guess that God would have to continuously brainwash us each day in order to keep us in a cycle of blissful ignorance for eternity in heaven or pain and agony in Hell.

If you have taken the time to read this wall of text than I would like to hear your opinion because I'm stumped as hell.
User avatar #29 - tittylovin (10/24/2013) [-]
This goes great until someone tries to pass law restricting the rights of the other side.
User avatar #13 - tatsuichiyo (10/24/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I believe God started the Big Bang, stepped in a lot in our early years to help us out, but as we have gotten older and more mature of a species, he's stepping back and letting us branch out. He is after all a Father, and the job of a parent is to watch over his children in infancy and prepare them for adulthood. We've reached adulthood, thus he is no longer constantly stepping in and fixing everything for us. We're old enough to clean up our own goddamned messes now.
User avatar #8 - splendiddust (10/24/2013) [-]
I beleive that i spelt the second word wrong
User avatar #7 - sanjix (10/24/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I believe, that if god exists, he is all knowing, therefore he created me knowing full well that i would lack faith in his existence. and to condemn me to hell for doing exactly what he knew i was going to do, is unfair, and evil in it's own right. and if that were the case, then i would not worship this being anyway, i would rather burn in hell.
User avatar #4 - hahahaheidi (10/24/2013) [+] (8 replies)
agnostic FTW. idk about anyone else, but I don't wanna spend my life worshipping someone/ something that might not even exist.
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