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 Post subject: Re: Atheism, is it the norm?
PostPosted: Sun Apr 14, 2013 10:27 pm 
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Here is a good theory that proves a young earth


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 Post subject: Re: Atheism, is it the norm?
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Milanos wrote:
Please do come back lifenstuff, I really wonder which scientific discoveries in your opinion prove christianity to be true :)


Religion confirms the science and not the other way round.
science cannot prove God bcoz science is something discovered by man but a holy book prove God's existence since it's written by God


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 Post subject: Re: Atheism, is it the norm?
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ghossfeld88 wrote:
Here is a good theory that proves a young earth

It fails to take into account the dozens of different dating method (radiocarbon, radiometric, dendrochronology, sedimentary and ice core layers, fossil records etc. etc.) which all independently and collaboratively prove the earth is more than a few thousand years old, and have all been all been independently performed by various teams of scientist around the world, in hundreds of different countries.

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a holy book prove God's existence since it's written by God

Then why is it 'the gospel according to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John' and not 'the gospel according to God, God, God and God'?
I taught that the bible was inspired by god, but not written by him.

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 Post subject: Re: Atheism, is it the norm?
PostPosted: Wed Apr 17, 2013 7:32 pm 
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ghossfeld88 wrote:
Here is a good theory that proves a young earth

It fails to take into account the dozens of different dating method (radiocarbon, radiometric, dendrochronology, sedimentary and ice core layers, fossil records etc. etc.) which all independently and collaboratively prove the earth is more than a few thousand years old, and have all been all been independently performed by various teams of scientist around the world, in hundreds of different countries.

What I meant is that religion and Science can go together, it is not always one or the other.

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 Post subject: Re: Atheism, is it the norm?
PostPosted: Wed Apr 17, 2013 8:39 pm 
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Here is what religion is in a round about way.

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I believe this so you should too.


Not that I disagree with what certain religions believe in, hell I even share many beliefs, but the way religious people and groups interact and try to "share" their views on others is what discourages the idea of calling myself anything other than atheist.

A good example of such group would be the Westboro Baptist Church. They are, in my opinion, extremists who basically look for young children who are gullible, usually depressed, abadoned, or mentally unstable to listen to what they say and drill it into their heads until they share the same views. Not saying that this is a religion group this is just an example of a group that uses similar methods of coercing others into believing what they believe.

Recently did a 50 page essay on these folks and if you'd like to study more feel free to ask me as they do some very controversial stuff in modern society.

To stay on topic though. It's a great idea to believe in something and share ideas with others. Maybe if people stopped forcing their beliefs off on children there would be much better world leaders than there are now. This is my view on atheism and I'm sure others feel the same way.

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maybe we are all nothings that with our trapped minds created a "god" with our (minds i guess?) to create a physical world for us to exist is and god is us and we are god

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 Post subject: Re: Atheism, is it the norm?
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A modern and easy to watch movie depicting how most religion works would be The Book of Eli. Pretty much shows exactly how religion starts and the outcome of the destruction it could cause in the wrong hands.

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I watched The book of Eli a week ago. Its not the best movie ever but yeah... Its a powerful tool in the wrong hands.

And Anarchy as much as I like to see you back to bd. THATS MY COLOR! :lol:

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anarchy69x wrote:
A modern and easy to watch movie depicting how most religion works would be The Book of Eli. Pretty much shows exactly how religion starts and the outcome of the destruction it could cause in the wrong hands.




Ilona wrote:
I watched The book of Eli a week ago. Its not the best movie ever but yeah... Its a powerful tool in the wrong hands.

And Anarchy as much as I like to see you back to bd. THATS MY COLOR! :lol:


umm not the same color ilona :P

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Varidhish wrote:
anarchy69x wrote:
A modern and easy to watch movie depicting how most religion works would be The Book of Eli. Pretty much shows exactly how religion starts and the outcome of the destruction it could cause in the wrong hands.




Ilona wrote:
I watched The book of Eli a week ago. Its not the best movie ever but yeah... Its a powerful tool in the wrong hands.

And Anarchy as much as I like to see you back to bd. THATS MY COLOR! :lol:


umm not the same color ilona :P

Shh don't tell her she is color blind. :lol:

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