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Originally posted by SaturnFX
So, What happens to you if/when religion is proven false?
This is a hypothetical question posed overall to gauge some thinking into the plethora of attention the common person gives dieties around the world and how it interferes with them.
So, the senario is simple, you get complete and full evidence that the religion or general dogma you follow is false...lets say it comes to you in a way that leaves you no doubt (say a time travelling device fell onto your lap, and out of curiousity, you checked out all the religious stories to find out none of it happened..just some leaders making stuff up to control the cults and whatnot..).
Originally posted by Titen-Sxull
reply to post by 547000
What about those that experience something that confirms Hinduism or Judaism or Scientology or Shamanism?
Do you reject their experiences or do you accept those belief systems as equally valid?
Originally posted by Romantic_Rebel
Originally posted by gate13
the theory of evolution can not be proved true. A story based on assumption.
At least God is a story not just based on faith but scripture is based on eye witness accounts.
so when the ever changing story on evolution is proved which it wont (just an assumption :lol then we can start talking about
There is no GOD
How can eye witness accounts contribute to God being real?
Looks like I just proven you wrong!
My views are unorthodox.
Originally posted by HomeBrew
I am curious though......
What kind of 'proof' could possibly be given to 100% sway opinion to belief or disbelief? If God/Jesus himself came down and started to preform miracles in plain view of the world, do you think everyone would embrace religion? You do not think some would be uninspired claiming 'aliens' or something? And as for discrediting to the point of proof, what could possibly do that?