posted on Nov, 17 2002 @ 03:17 PM
JamesG d@mn it! Tone it down. Don't attack, and don't clearly insult someone. If you do, you will be banned. I don't want that, I need you here
to make sure I'm not the only one here who believes in science and facts over a god that appeared 2000 years ago.
But good point. Thomas, if he here since beggining, why no mention of him until 2000 years ago? A little fishy if you ask me.
And, how come every religon with a book has a few million lives on their hands?
Is it so hard to believe that things happen cause they happen? The big bang happens, things form, earth forms. Then, through chance and survival
brought by evolution, life happens. Then we evolve from an ancestor. We become the sentinet(sp?) species of mammal through technology. No god
needed. but, we need it. We need to know that when we die, there is something after. Something to hope for. So, we make a afterlife. Who controls
the after life? We need someone to do that.
Also, how we get here? In old days it had to be mystical. Today, with science, we have evolution to explain that. But how was everything made? If
the universe is still expanding, what is it expanding into? Science can explain some, but not all. That is where nonsense and religon picks up.
Well, my invisible, always broke, supreme being does it. Not theirs, they wrong, they will burn in hell. If you don't believe me, you going to
People, the pope sets a good example. he isn't I'm right you wrong, he shows tolerance. He shows that things don't have to be right. Maybe there
is a little thing wrong, but not enough to end the true meaning.
People, all religons have the ten commandments or something like it. Even Egypt and Greek/Roman religons had it. Just not all called ten
commandments. Now think, only thing written by god is ten commandments, all religons have something like it. God didn't write the bible, or koran,
or whatever, and they all belong to different religons. Think maybe god wants you to follow the ten commandments, not a book written by humans?