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User avatar #259 - douevensax (08/13/2013) [-]
Narwhals. Unicorns exist.

Christians: 1
Atheists: Anal
Muslims: Allah Akbar
User avatar #229 - icameheretotroll (08/12/2013) [-]
This looks faker than your mom's breasts
#228 - youtookpoop has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #224 - goml (08/12/2013) [-]
i don't believe in god lulz im so edgy xD **** god.
#237 to #224 - anonymous (08/12/2013) [-]
Butthurt much? Saying all atheists/agnostics are just doing it to be edgy is 1. Wrong 2. Stereotyping 3. Being a butthurt religionfag
#257 to #237 - goml (08/13/2013) [-]
>Implying I think all atheist are atheist for the sake of being edgy
>Implying I'm christian
>Uses the word butthurt like the 12 year old you are

#258 to #257 - anonymous (08/13/2013) [-]
I never said Christian, Abdul.
I don't get why people hate anons, I just don't want an account on this site because it mostly sucks, tbh.
#223 - mrdrpage (08/12/2013) [-]
This doesn't look staged at all.
This doesn't look staged at all.
#216 - arkfire (08/12/2013) [-]
I believe that unicorns exist and here is the proof.
Unicornis right here.
User avatar #207 - brettyoke (08/12/2013) [-]
Arguing with unintelligent religious people about religion then using their stupidity to "win" is like beating the **** out of a 7 year old because he didn't like the foods you liked.

You guys do this all the time, you're not getting anywhere.
#203 - kingpongthedon (08/12/2013) [-]
Not religious but:

1. Factual, physical, scientific evidence that's not from a book is painfully redundant. It does not warrant being 2 points, let alone 4.

2. Millions, if not billions, of people claim to have seen God, including many who previously considered themselves militant atheists. Relics could also be considered tangible evidence of God's existence. Several relics have already been tested and have been shown to have mystical powers (though personally, I doubt the validity of these experiments).

3. There are new species, many of which were recorded in local folklore, that are being discovered everyday. Saying God doesn't exist because He's only been recorded in a book and not in a lab setting is like saying the okapi (magnificent beast pictured) didn't come into existence until 1887. It does not remotely prove it's non-existence. Though Ryo, glorious pwner of dumb bitches, does not explicitly say a lack of evidence disproves God, he does argue that one should not believe in something because there is no evidence, which heavily implies God's non-existence.

4. The scope of scientific evidence is extremely limited. Remember about 2 years when some people claimed to have created superluminal particles? Remember how it was repeated by outside sources and peer reviewed and found to be accurate and predictable? Then remember how it turned out to be faulty wiring on all accounts? Scientific evidence is sketchy at best when we're not dealing with mundane concepts. I can't begin to imagine how one would go about testing God in a scientific manner.

In summation: The nature of evidence is a tricky mistress.

Look, I ******* love science and I absolutely believe it is the best thing we have going for us. That being said, it has nothing to do with religion in the slightest, and I'd appreciate it if Ryo didn't pervert it for his petty (and likely staged) arguments.
User avatar #235 to #203 - noblexfenrir (08/12/2013) [-]
2> I was unaware personal experience, much less a supernatural personal experience was considered evidence now. So all alien abductions are real then...right?

3> Non-belief in something is the default position we take when we lack evidence, we do this with everything else, people just decide to not do it with god because they want it to be true instead of knowing it is. Noone is saying he doesn't exist (people who do are making their own claim), we are saying there is no proof he does, so we default to non-existence until evidence is shown.

4> The scope of scientific evidence is all encompassing. We just think it's faulty because it's a cure-all answer. The scientific method and the process of science itself is the best possible method for non-omniscient organisms to discover the workings of the universe around us, and science can and will, find all of these answers, if we apply it correctly and advance our knowledge. That's all science is, discovering and testing new ideas and concepts.

I get where you're coming from and while I disagreed with you on most points, I understand what you mean, one last thing to disagree with you on though: "it has nothing to do with religion in the slightest"

It has everything to do with religions that make determinations of reality. If god created the universe, science sure as hell has alot to do with religion. If god causes anything to happen "supernaturally", it has to do with science, if religion is anything but a culture to someone, if it has any deity who has ever done a single iota of intervention in or upon this universe, science is sure as **** involved.
#202 - trickytrickster (08/12/2013) [-]
This is so fake it makes me hurt. The fact that any of you think this is real makes me embarrassed for you.
User avatar #197 - hentaisweetie (08/12/2013) [-]
old but gold
#190 - KungFuZerO (08/12/2013) [-]
In response to the majority of the comments below:
Yes this is fake.
It was mkde because it makes it easier to express an opposition's opinion and the simple arguments against it when put in dialogue, rather than monologue, form.
#183 - shiifter (08/12/2013) [-]
User avatar #181 - ohthreeeleven (08/12/2013) [-]
One atheist makes two accounts and creates fake conversation.

Entire internet convinced Christians are retarded.
User avatar #179 - joethebeast (08/12/2013) [-]
i don't believe in god, and i don't judge people who do, but when religious people try to sway me to believe in god, that's what irritates me, just let people believe what they want
#169 - legayunicorn (08/12/2013) [-]
Okay, if ANYONE believes unicorns came from children's books then they need to pull their head out of their butt.    
Unicorns have a higher chance of being real. Which I like, because I will keep my virginity and tame one.   
Okay, if ANYONE believes unicorns came from children's books then they need to pull their head out of their butt.

Unicorns have a higher chance of being real. Which I like, because I will keep my virginity and tame one.

User avatar #172 to #169 - sabcy ONLINE (08/12/2013) [-]
1) I don't want unicorns to be real
2) I seriously doubt you could
User avatar #176 to #172 - legayunicorn (08/12/2013) [-]
1) You must've been molested by your father if you don't want unicorns.
2) Hey... Hey. When they come along you can tame one! Because as long as you live in your basement eating Mcdonalds all day long you'll stay a virgin!

Dun hurt me sab, dun hurt me.
User avatar #177 to #176 - sabcy ONLINE (08/12/2013) [-]
1) unicorns kill males
2) I meant from the unicorn
User avatar #178 to #177 - legayunicorn (08/12/2013) [-]
1) You're such a ***** I don't think they could recognize you as a guy.
2) Ah.
User avatar #182 to #178 - sabcy ONLINE (08/12/2013) [-]
1) I'm 6'1, 280+lbs, and have an 7'' cock
2) yeah, unicorns aren't inhibited by species
#245 to #182 - legayunicorn (08/12/2013) [-]
Yeah, like I'm just going to believe someone on the internet
Here's a geth, now go cry and imagine you have those things.
User avatar #186 to #182 - sabcy ONLINE (08/12/2013) [-]
1) p.s. I have a beard
User avatar #163 - beardgasm (08/12/2013) [-]
This is why I stopped believing in god when I was 16 or so, no one could provide me with a convincing argument of why I should believe.
#198 to #163 - BloodyTurds ONLINE (08/12/2013) [-]
If you don't believe you'll go to hell LOL

Kidding aside
Personally I would give a 1/3 chance there is some type of conscious afterlife. and maybe even a 'god' of sorts. Though the odds of any known religion accurately portraying this afterlife, is closer to 5% at least in my mind.

I would assume many people 'believe' because they weigh the cost (2~ hours a week for life) against (an eternity in immeasurable torment)

From a mathematical perspective you are wagering 1/84th of your life doing something 'boring' against an infinite amount of time, doing something infinitely painful, on incalculable odds. which is at least a safer bet than the lottery. (not saying you shouldn't buy a ticket now and again, because the thrill of imagining what you would do if you won, is usually worth the 1$ you spend on the ticket, not to mention your helping support local schools)

/End Rant
User avatar #201 to #198 - beardgasm (08/12/2013) [-]
There's definite psychological benefits of religion. If you like believing, then by all means believe.

I pretty much feel the same way about the odds of any religion being right and whether there's an afterlife, but I'd put them at much lower odds. There's definitely more to it than we know, of that much I'm certain.
#217 to #201 - BloodyTurds ONLINE (08/12/2013) [-]
indeed , everyone estimates there own odds based on past experiences... I guess i've had a bit of well placed karma in my life, which may be skewing my odds one way or the other

Though I gave religion a modest 5%, I think its twice as likely that any god figure would view belief without proof as a negative or punishable aspect.
#160 - anonymous (08/12/2013) [-]
...well they believe in COD call of duty
User avatar #157 - masri ONLINE (08/12/2013) [-]
why do phanact's reposts keep getting frontpage?
User avatar #155 - lightninghedgehog (08/12/2013) [-]
i know i'm gonna get **** on for this, but i do believe in god.

now, i won't go around smacking people with a bible and calling them heathens or anything (unless i get really bored one day), but i still have my faith. "why?" you may ask, probably the same reason other people do; because we don't want things to just end when we die, as in we just cease to exist ever again. it makes things easier knowing that there is something after, whether it be heaven or hell, or even in between (i'm rooting for that one, personally. gonna haunt the **** out of people).

tl;dr i stopped a raging bull with my dick and a club sandwich.
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