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User avatar #25 - churrundo (01/17/2013) [-]
So, as an atheist, are you open for the possibility that god may exist, given enough proof? or would you just religiously continue to deny it?
#57 to #25 - anonymous (01/17/2013) [-]
Please understand there is a difference between agnostics and gnostics, not once has an agnostics atheist ever said god doesn't doesn't exist.
User avatar #26 to #25 - Nullifier (01/17/2013) [-]
And that's why one must consider deeply how they actually feel.
I think that the prospect of the Christian God is highly unlikely, nigh on impossible, but I will not deny the possibility of a higher power's existence. I'm an agnostic atheist and I actually understand what that means. I don't hate religions or religious people for that specific characteristic, nor do I shove my beliefs where my penis goes...i mean down people's throats...
User avatar #28 to #26 - churrundo (01/17/2013) [-]
i'm calling it god, but it's also called Judeo-Christian God, Allah, The Great Spirit, Eru, and The Universe. It has many names, but what they all mean is that our existence matters, and it's not just for the lulz. Because, if the universe can either exist or not exist, then existing without a point has as much significance as not existing. If we exist without a point there is no point in wasting all this energy.
That is why I believe there is a god. I can't prove it, but I don't hurt anyone by thinking like this.
Now, before the shitstorm goes down, let me make it very clear that I'm not saying that I believe what the bible says. I know there is ample proof that evolution and the Natural Selection theories are true. However, this does not conflict with my vision of a conscience that wants us to make the best out of our existence and avoid extinction at all costs.

What do you think?
User avatar #29 to #28 - Nullifier (01/17/2013) [-]
I completely agree with at least the second half of your post. I believe that there doesn't need to be a purpose or any significance in our existence. I also, however, would not find it entirely crazy to learn that something had set this metaphorical clock in motion. I'm positive that natural selection exists and I believe in rational and logical solutions to many problems and questions, but that doesn't interfere with the possibility of an elevated existence in the form of a god or higher power.
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