Im agnostic. He could exist but I dont beleive at the moment he does, until I get proof. Until I die, Ill live as a good person and if thats not good enough for GOD then he is a hypocrit.Zidane wrote:So who here is Agnostic and who here is Atheist? Just wanna know.
Mike wrote:Quite a few Catholic priests I know teach that hell is not so much fire and brimstone and lava, but merely the absence of God or any sort of hope or love. Your soul or whatever is left of your being is rejected and left completely alone by everything and anything.
Buddhist's also has a saying about being tied to the world in that respect.dbroad wrote:Buddha is not God, buddhism teaches that there is no God just oneness with the universe, Allah is the islam name for God, the same God christians and Jews believe in, it is just like Rabbis calling God YHWH. Hinduism believes in one God with many avatars one for each aspect. Most religions believe in one God, doesn't mean they are right or wrong as we can't get to a dimension of the universe high enough to see.
Bjorna wrote:I'm a christian, so I believe God exist. Now why shouldn't he(or she, but I'm gonna go with he for this post) well take a look at the two most common creation theories.
1. God creates the world in 7 days blah blah blah, you all know this one
2. Two particles crashes into each other and BANG the big bang happens, and you all know the rest.
What do both of these have in common?
the christian one will ask the atheist where the two particles come from, and he can't answer or will reply "they've always been there". The atheist will ask the christian where God came from, and he can't answer or will reply "he has always been there".
Either way what you choose to believe, you don't know more about where everything comes from, than the other person.
So since I find it too hard to believe that two particles, that have no origin, crashed into each other, I chose to go with the God one. It makes more sense, I believe. But hey, perhaps God created the big bang We will never know
or will we
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