posted on Sep, 19 2013 @ 03:22 PM
reply to post by Cuervo
It goes both ways. An atheist and a believer will rarely get into a debate until one tries to insist to the other. That was what I was saying.
It makes sense what you are saying but... you are telling someone to be ignorant. Who will pass on their ignorance to their children, etc etc... then
you have those children become politician and tying to instill their "unprovable, thus exist" god into rules and regulations.
If we want to go your way, the word god should not be discussed anywhere other than church or home. If we do, then we are accepting ignorance as a
What "rules and regulations" come natural with a knowledge of deities? What rules and regulations do Buddhists or Shamanism bring to anything?
If that is your argument then your beef is with certain religious dogma, not the broad conceptual belief in various gods and spirituality.