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User avatar #7 - sassysasquatch (04/07/2013) [-]
Well, atheism or agnosticism are not religions, but rather just beliefs. Anyways, i consider myself agnostic, because im not too confident with any justifications of the existence or non-existence of any deity simply because we humans as a species have not been around this planet for too long in order to really know. I think the universe is still too mysterious and unknown for us to arrogantly just happen to know that a god/s really exist. Just because we don't know everything does not mean we should replace our ignorance with superstitions or supernatural entities. It is true that even our scientists may not be able to explain certain phenomena in our known universe at the time, but i think that shouldn't mean we should stop trying to figure **** out. Well, i'll just leave this thought here. I take red thumbs like a man.
#10 to #7 - anonymous (04/08/2013) [-]
Atheism is an anti-religion, practiced in the same way people practice religion, just without monuments. So I consider it a religion. Agnosticism can either be truly not having a religion, meaning you will accept something if it proves itself real, or you have faith in something without a given name.
#6 - hudspud (04/07/2013) [-]
And then you realize that your "personal ideaology" is just a bastardization of various literally and art movements of the mid 1900's (Humanism, Deism, Etc.)
#9 to #6 - thecommittee (04/07/2013) [-]
oh, and than because I've decided i don't like your tone, very few ideas are original these days, if my "personal ideology" just happens to be an amalgamation of other ideas that all the better, it shows my thinking is not insane an irrational bur rather a grouping of the things I find positive in an already progressive set of beliefs. lastly your usage of the term bastardization is a clear attempt to demean my beliefs by associating them with these 1900's movements, you are of course ignoring the fact that one dose not have to be original to be right, or even thought provoking. one might in turn say that these movements from the 1900's stemmed from philosophies going even further back in an if not infinite than quite long recursive pattern of ideas. basically your right, but your still a douchbag about the way you said it.
#8 to #6 - thecommittee (04/07/2013) [-]
hence my also labeling it ideological bs
User avatar #3 - sinery (04/07/2013) [-]
You're wrong.
#2 - anonymous (04/07/2013) [-]
Sadly, your ideals won't catch on, as noble and admirable as they may be. I'm an atheist myself, but I know there are things outside of the scope of human comprehension. Gods? No. No gods, only things more powerful than you or I. Does it HAVE to be a god?
Carry on brave pilgrim. Find your religion. Nurture it. Make it perfect. Make the world a more interesting place with it.
And remember... fall not to the realm of dark magicks.
#4 to #2 - thecommittee (04/07/2013) [-]
never said it had to be a god.
#5 to #4 - anonymous (04/07/2013) [-]
Ah, I see. Apologies.
Seriously though, I recommend avoiding dark magick.
Demons (whatever they are) are nothing to **** with.
User avatar #1 - dirkenshine (04/07/2013) [-]
Amen.
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