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holy! oh my, eh ya. i wish i would v'e said that.
I believe the best "counter" is to call those who promote these ideals on who they truly are. There you have it.
Just because someone does something in the name of God doesn't mean He was behind it.
hey ya know what? you just might be right mocoman. i was just thinking, about what a total injustice it is to humanity. having so many innocent lives, w/ so much potential snuffed out because they live in the wrong part of the world. then someone like you is allowed to flourish. NAH!
Originally posted by Republican08
Back to the main point of the thread ultimately.
WHAT WILL IT TAKE FOR YOU TO GIVE UP YOUR BELIEFS.
Yet, here comes the uprising of agnostics.
"Well, the judeo god may not be a real god, but I still believe in a god, I feel obligated to, and until you disprove this being that I know nothing about, I will keep believing in him". What the hell? What is that? Honestly, this is your rebuttal, that somehow your thinking process' became retarded.
There seems to be more, and more, and more substantiating evidence, mounting that Deities and such, are not real, or not at all how depicted in ancient texts.
Now I can debate you, and for the most part win, that the Judeo god, hindu gods, allah, and others, are all hypocritical sadistic, bipolar, gods. That do what they preach against, and disprove themselves in the same text that many people believe in them.
Originally posted by Republican08[snips]
But then again, why can't the universe be the same, why does it have to be a person? Now, i'd just like to know, why the world needs a creator?
Some people claim well we have conciousness, ergo there must be a god. Why? Why do people feel this insistent urge to believe they were created, purposely or unpurposely?