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#1 - anon id: 32c21fda
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(12/26/2012) [-]
They believe in an invisible man who watches everything they do and silently judges. They believe this invisible, all-powerful man is the one and only invisible all-powerful man (as if there aren't other religions with other gods that think the same thing). Point is, if they're dumb enough to believe it, who gives a **** about their opinions? It's not their own opinion anyway. Let 'em believe, and let us make fun of you for it.

This is the power of logic.
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#6 to #3 - shatt
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(12/26/2012) [-]
Sadly, I have to side with anon here
#5 to #3 - milfordcubicle
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User avatar #7 to #1 - TheCynic
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(12/27/2012) [-]
The whole "invisible man" argument is a very weak argument. All Christians are stupid because they believe in God? That's a pretty rash argument. Religion has always been around, and it isn't leaving soon.

Obviously, these people see more than "an invisible man." Regardless of whether or not their stories are true, they find something wholesome and uplifting with its words. Similar to say worshipping your favorite fictional character. Regardless of whether or not you actually believe in say, Dr. Who or Goku, you'll still have an affection for them simply because of the idea of them.

Faith is not about simply believing in something, it's about believing in something without any reason to. True believers can accept the world they see around them and accept the deities they worship.

I lost my faith ages ago, but not because I needed proof, but because I don't agree with this theoretical God, nor do I believe His will is correct, nor could I separate Christianity from any other faith. And when I did follow God, I gladly accepted science as fact.
#8 to #1 - hoskins [OP]
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(12/30/2012) [-]
Says the anon
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