Login or register
Anonymous comments allowed.
#202 - anon
Reply 0
(11/18/2009) [-]
Dear god

Why do your believers suffer??
Why did you send your son to die for a pittiful race of people that most of them dont believe you exist??Why do you let evil and bad into the world??Why are there terrorists, murder, and death??
Where and Who are you??Why dont you show the world you exist??
I and other people worry where we are going after we die because you have never proven your existence to the world and we arent sure.
I dont want to go to hell I want answers..
#204 to #202 - squirlygirl
Reply +5
(11/18/2009) [-]
I want to adress some of your questions. You dont have to read this, but if you want answers i know where to find them. If you have access to a Bible, it would be good if you looked up some verses. Your question 'why dont you show the world you exist' hit me the hardest and I started questioning myself, but then I rememberd a verse. Romans 1:20. It says how man is without excuse because His power, order, beauty, and desgin are found everywhere we look, especially in nature. But dont take my word for it, look it up. 'Why did u send your son to die for people who dont believe u exist?' Because, he loves EVERYONE. Whether they love him or not. John 3:16 is a popular verse that shows this. There are answers out there, you just have to look
#206 to #204 - LiamYanner
Reply +2
(11/18/2009) [-]
Addressing a few points for both of you. I'll start off by saying, I'm an Athiest because I don't care. Now, assuming I believe this crap, God allows terrorists, murder and death, because he gives us our freedom to do things. It's humanities own choices that create those things, not God. If he took away our choice to be evil, then he would be taking away our choices, and in fact, our freedom. So God can't be blamed. Not of course, I don't believe in God, however I don't really care. So I'll finish by saying; the bible was written by Humans. What is said happened in the book may be true, however that's unlikely. It's more likely that the stories - like the ones about Jesus - got more, and more exaggerated, each time they were told.
#207 to #206 - anon
Reply 0
(11/18/2009) [-]
LiamYanner: Sorry for calling God a he, it is politically incorrect as God is neither a he nor a she (apparently), but I'm a guy. Force of habit. And I will elaborate as to what I was saying about Jesus. It was more likely that he was a normal prophet, with no "magical powers", but Mary committed adultery, had Jesus, lied about it. People believed her, and bam! People made up stories about Jesus doing miracles, or he done something that people exaggerated more and more until they started saying that he healed some dude so he could walk again, after like 20 years or whatever. Most likely wrong, I'm 16 and haven't actually read the bible. I just go to a Catholic school, and these are my opinions (obviously). -Last message for me as annonymous
#208 to #207 - squirlygirl
Reply -1
(11/19/2009) [-]
i understand wat u r saying completely. im 17 myself and i go to a christian skool. i hav my doubts about God and everything, but no one can deny the facts are there. evolution is ruled out, there has to be a God. now, as for the Bible, there is no evidence against it and a plethra of evidence for it. any athesist scientist will tell u that (not in those words of course). there were 60 major and 270 ramification prophecies about the Messiah, all which were fufilled in this man Jesus of Nazzerith (excuse my spelling). the chances of this happening is like filling the state of texas 2 feet deep with quarters, painting one of them red and tossing it in there, then randomly pulling out the right one. i forget the exact number, but the chances..
#220 to #208 - anon
Reply 0
(11/22/2009) [-]
lmfao, evolution has not been ruled out at all
you just don't know that because you go to a christian school
when you go to college you will be in for the shock of your life lol
#209 to #208 - anon
Reply 0
(11/19/2009) [-]
of u picking the rite one is 1 to the - power of a number so beyond that statisticaly it can not happen (the number is like 270 or sumthing, im not really sure, i can get back to you on that if u want). also, the gospels were completed by the apostles about thirty years after Jesus' death. not a suffiecient time for myth to develop (in fact a ducation of about 2 full generations is wat it takes to distort historical fact). also these were written by pepole who actaully witnessed Jesus and even gave up their lives for his cost. they believed it, and they got wat they knew rite from Jesus. so, that means either Jesus was either a Lord, liar, or lunitic. but that just brings us back to the whole prophecy thing... (squirly)
#214 to #209 - shlacka
Reply -2
(11/19/2009) [-]