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#44 - jellybob ONLINE (02/25/2013) [-]
wow that guy is a bit of an asshole
#162 to #44 - dsgbiohazard ONLINE (02/26/2013) [-]
Please note, I greatly respect your belief in religion.   
Also note, that the atheist in the picture is a total cuntmuffin.   
   
But in all honesty, I can't understand how one can honestly believe in somethign such as religion. I mean, you think magic is fake and impossible. But here you are, believing that Moses spread apart a sea. And that God, created the universe.   
   
Please don't take offense in what I said, it just feels so good to say my mind on this subject. I just truly don't understand religion. But if it helps you have a happier lifestyle, power to you!
Please note, I greatly respect your belief in religion.
Also note, that the atheist in the picture is a total cuntmuffin.

But in all honesty, I can't understand how one can honestly believe in somethign such as religion. I mean, you think magic is fake and impossible. But here you are, believing that Moses spread apart a sea. And that God, created the universe.

Please don't take offense in what I said, it just feels so good to say my mind on this subject. I just truly don't understand religion. But if it helps you have a happier lifestyle, power to you!
User avatar #173 to #162 - ZakisBak ONLINE (02/26/2013) [-]
I'd like to share in an actual peaceful conversation with you on some of the things you mentioned, but it's late here, I'm tired, and have 2 4 page papers and a math exam on Wednesday. So maybe another time, but thanks for being polite about it.
User avatar #171 to #162 - jellybob ONLINE (02/26/2013) [-]
Faith is a gift that not everyone has received and that's fine, I take no offense at all good sir. But just to clarify, it is a singular omnipotent God we believe in. Religion is what we use as guidelines for worshiping him, providing a sense of community in faith, as well as moral guidelines (it's not like if you take religion away from a religious person they'll suddenly become social jackoffs, they are simply there as a reference point for times of struggle.)

About the Moses point you made, chances are it wasn't an event of "magic" that split the red sea, chances are it was a strong east wind called a "ruah" that is rare in that region. Many events in the bible can be explained with science, the great flood Noah built an ark for could have been a flash flood of the Nile river, which would have been devastating to that region. The 10 plagues of Egypt have been proven scientifically possible (it's a great documentary, can't remember it's name for the life of me). Just don't make the mistake many people make and turn religion against science, they can co-exist.

I'm not trying to convert you or change your mind, simply explaining. If you haven't already, try just looking into a religion, you may just find one that appeals to you :)
User avatar #184 to #171 - dsgbiohazard ONLINE (02/26/2013) [-]
Hm, interesting facts around here. But no thank you on going into religion. I like to ponder on what the meaning of life is. The meaning of life has always been so... interesting.
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