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The Athiest Agenda

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posted on Oct, 29 2009 @ 06:03 PM

Originally posted by Tomis_Nexis

Originally posted by hyperion.martin

atheists are in fact doing something very unique in out history.....we put faith in our fellow man. We believe in each other, in our planet, we take full responsibility for our actions because nobody can forgive us for them.

Exactly, we are here, we're the ones doing what we're doing in this life time, on this planet. We work together to make a better place no matter the race etc. This life is our responsibility and only ours.

Indeed. We are the players making 'reality.'

Your avatar is something. Unsettling and profound.

posted on Oct, 29 2009 @ 06:10 PM

Originally posted by PowerSlave
I don't see the "attraction" of Atheism. Sure I see the "logic" thing tossed around all the time. But like another poster mentioned, logic cannot prove or disprove a God or Gods.

There is nothingness. Nothing to believe in, nothing to look forward to after death.

I have spent my life questioning everything spiritually. I dabbled in atheism for a spell....... but that was many years ago. Atheists often argue that religion is a crutch, and only for the weak minded. Perhaps for some, but spirtuallity does not need to be bound by the bonds of some deities/religions. You are free to accept god or a higher power or whatever you want at your own pace and level.

There is huge and varying degree of "believers". It is not bound by the constraints of science but quite the contrary.

to each his own

Yes, any ism is just that, a belief which includes science. I love it when science suggests it is above a belief system. In the video "thunderbolts of the gods" a scientist says that astronomers have been looking through the wrong end of the telescope telling us what they belief to be true. F. Nietzsche said "As long as you still experience the stars as something above you, you still lack a viewpoint of knowledge."

posted on Nov, 8 2009 @ 01:10 PM
I've nothing against athiests, or agnostics, or the religious, or the spiritual. I have a real problem with anyone who thinks they have it all worked out and evangalise - often agressivly - to everyone else.

Unfortunately, none of the above are immune to this flaw.

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