posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 02:06 PM
"Yes there is a god, you are blind!"
"No, there isn't a god, you are stupid for thinking there is!"
These are just two examples of many from both sides. Since there are countless god religions so many names, different practices, rules, I'm just
going to keep it at Theist and Atheist. God or no God, that is the question, but is it worth arguing over it to a point where it gets violent in some
cases? I have been in the middle of this arguement many times, and I see it all the time on this site. It's an arguement I grow tired of hearing, and
the simple answer to it, is that you cannot prove that there is a god, nor can you prove that there isn't a god. The god believer would say, "oh
i've seen many miracles and I've talked to god and Jesus just last night" but that still doesn't make it true. I can believe tinkerbell is real
and be convinced of it enough that she is really right there. It's along the same lines. The atheist seems to always want to refer anyone who
believes in a god as stupid, unintelligent, brainwashed, etc etc and I often see it done in a very condescending way. They waste their time anyway
because all they are doing is riling up the god people but not really finding much peace within themselves.
Why can't a believer from either side just believe what they want and keep it to themselves unless someone asks or it's the topic of conversation.
Why the need to convert people and why bother wasting time trying prove/disprove god? We arent' going to find out until we actually die and since
death is inevitable, wouldn't it be better to just coexist in harmony and just keeping your beliefs to yourself. As tiresome as the arguements can be
it is very amusing to me watching people blowing a gasket over this very topic.