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originally posted by: coldkidc
a reply to: Xeven
If you don't mind me asking, what was it specifically that made you decide being a christian was no longer worthwhile?
originally posted by: Xeven
I was a Christian and now I am agnostic. I would love for there to be more to life than what we see but...
Is there one shred of evidence that is obvious and objective that anything in any of the stone age religions is true? I mean if the creator magical wizards are all powerful, they sure going out of there way to hide from modern man.
originally posted by: Xeven I am not trying to argue with anyone, I am trying to find some reason to have faith and after 47 years of life I see no reason at all to have faith in what stone age people thought was science. In fact I see the religions as nothing more than humanities attempt to understand the world and Universe they lived in.
originally posted by: Xeven Not questioning the reality of religion is a cop out to believe in the unbelievable if you ask me.
originally posted by: randyvs
a reply to: Xeven
Because to believe man is the supreme intelligence in existence, is
And to believe the human wasn't designed and created
is also stupid and a little odd as well. Don't need evidence for everything in
life. Somethings are obvious without the kind of evidence you think so
Richard Dawkins stated that he felt children with Down's Syndrome should be aborted.
Dawkins also downplayed pedophilia.
I do not deny there could be a god and if one came along with enough evidence that it is what it says it is, I would certainly pay it the respect such a being would deserve