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MWD#1 2012/11/20 18:27:15
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  • Fanghur 2013/02/03 01:53:16
    No
    Fanghur
    Depends on what you mean by 'god'. If you're a pantheist, well, I certainly believe the universe exists.
  • smilinbobs 2013/01/12 05:10:45
    No
    smilinbobs
    After reading the Bible I know that God doesn't exist since this is the book we have to tell us about God.
  • DeeB 2013/01/05 19:40:58
    Undecided
    DeeB
    I do believe in a higher power.
  • jumpboots 187th PIR 2012/12/09 04:58:06
    Yes
    jumpboots 187th PIR
    You bet I do........
  • Lucy Krueger 2012/11/30 18:15:43
    No
    Lucy Krueger
    There's no real evidence for the existence of God.Just some books that were written when people thought that the Earth was flat and people who claim to have felt him.
  • Stan 2012/11/28 05:57:45
    No
    Stan
    +2
    As Carlin said so well: "The god excuse: the last refuge of a man with no answers and no argument."
  • TombstoneJim 2012/11/27 18:38:35
    Yes
    TombstoneJim
    The God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob. The Father of Jesus Christ. The creator of worlds without end (which means there are ETs :-)
  • Serenity Guru of lurve *wink* 2012/11/25 21:02:34 (edited)
    Yes
    Serenity  Guru of lurve *wink*
    foot prints  prayer

    But when I lost my grandad my faith wavered , I was so angry , The only thing that I kept thinking was where is my god now when my heart is broken . This is where I found him again
    foot prints  prayer

    bought this for my mum and my nan when all they could ask was " WHY ".
  • impiety 2012/11/25 20:36:02
    Undecided
    impiety
    +1
    It's not that I don't believe in God and it's not that I don't. The belief in him is irrelevant in my life. I'm going to do what makes me happy without having to worry about trying to request for forgiveness from anyone.
  • American☆Atheist 2012/11/25 07:51:44
  • Bureauc... America... 2012/11/25 15:14:44
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    So where did everything else come from?
  • America... Bureauc... 2012/11/25 20:14:34
    American☆Atheist
    +2
    Who knows, but it does not make a random book true. And a god would be harder to explain than universes.
  • Bureauc... America... 2012/11/26 14:25:44
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    Deflect much?
  • America... Bureauc... 2012/11/26 14:27:14
    American☆Atheist
    +2
    Facts much?
  • Bureauc... America... 2012/11/26 14:34:37
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    So where did everything else come from?
  • America... Bureauc... 2012/11/27 02:33:55
    American☆Atheist
    +1
    idk, what is your point?
  • Sailor ... America... 2012/11/27 02:51:38
    Sailor Jerry [Proud Libertarian]
    +1
    he doesn't have one.
  • Bureauc... America... 2012/11/27 23:27:46
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    Your nonsensical picture response containing the Bible above says "something can't come from nothing".
    So for the second time"where did everything come from"?
    I suppose you will enter 'Big bang THEORY' here ____________.
  • America... Bureauc... 2012/11/28 00:47:08
    American☆Atheist
    +4
    The big bang did happen
  • Bureauc... America... 2012/11/28 13:45:28
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    Big Bang theory, operative word being THEORY.
  • America... Bureauc... 2012/11/28 19:44:00
  • Bureauc... America... 2012/12/02 14:54:04 (edited)
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    Look up the definition of theory. Perhaps you can find a picture for it.
  • America... Bureauc... 2012/12/02 17:20:27
    American☆Atheist
    +1
    Scientific theory is something with a lot of evidence. Why would scientists call it a theory if it meant it was not proven?
  • Bureauc... America... 2012/12/29 15:16:12 (edited)
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    Once proven, it's a fact. Up until then, it's a THEORY because it has not been PROVEN. Therefore your ability to reason is still a theory since you have not proven your ability to comprehend the concept or meaning of the word.
  • America... Bureauc... 2012/12/30 02:26:51
    American☆Atheist
    Nope, it can still be a theory. Why would scientists call something that they think is true a theory if a theory meant it was not true, think about it.


    A scientific theory is "a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world, based on a body of facts that have been repeatedly confirmed through observation and experiment."[1][2] Scientists create scientific theories from hypotheses that have been corroborated through the scientific method, then gather evidence to test their accuracy. As with all forms of scientific knowledge, scientific theories are inductive in nature and do not make apodictic propositions; instead, they aim for predictive and explanatory force.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
  • Bureauc... America... 2012/12/30 13:43:05
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    Your argument is theory, therefore not proof, so again you fail, fool. Look up the meaning of the word "theory" and continue your argument with the dictionary. Have a blessed day.
  • America... Bureauc... 2012/11/28 19:44:19
    American☆Atheist
    +1
    In science "theory" is something with evidence.
  • Bureauc... America... 2012/12/02 14:51:38
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    ........but without conclusive proof. Lest it no longer be THEORY.
  • America... Bureauc... 2012/12/02 17:20:38
  • Stan Bureauc... 2012/12/05 09:35:45
    Stan
    You might enjoy this discussion with biologist Richard Dawkins and world-renowned theoretical physicist and author, Lawrence Krauss. Quite fascinating.
    Krauss's latest book, A Universe from Nothing: Why There is Something Rather than Nothing, explains the scientific advances that provide insight into how the universe formed. Krauss tackles the age-old assumption that something cannot arise from nothing, by arguing that not only can something arise from nothing, but something will always arise from nothing.


  • Bureauc... Stan 2012/12/29 15:21:19
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    ".......Krause tackles.......... By ARGUING that......"
    An argument is not proof.
    Thank you for making my point.
  • Stan America... 2012/12/05 08:35:23
    Stan
    Not to mention, his question is the one that got humans to create gods in the 1st place, back when they were 3 hairs away from being baboons :)
  • Stan Bureauc... 2012/11/28 06:11:29
    Stan
    +2
    You rather unlettered question could be, on its own, testament to just how right he is! :)

    "I am against religion, because it teaches one to be satisfied with not understanding the world." ~R. Dawkins
  • Bureauc... Stan 2012/11/28 13:52:44
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    Could be that you and Dawkins are lacking a moral compass. In addition, Studies show that atheist are not very Charitable as a rule.
  • Jeok Bureauc... 2012/11/28 15:00:13 (edited)
  • Bureauc... Jeok 2012/12/02 14:59:18
    Bureauc 0Bamao
    You are one angry individual. I'll pray for you. Hope you have a better day tomorrow.
  • Stan America... 2012/12/05 08:36:22
    Stan
    Great clip of George Carlin...:)

  • Kaye 2012/11/25 04:54:27
    Yes
    Kaye
    Yes,I do
  • Claybern 2012/11/25 00:57:23
    Yes
    Claybern
    +1
    100% and then some.
  • star 2012/11/25 00:28:54
    Yes
    star
    +1
    yes I do and if someone else doesn't its, on their head. God does the judging not I.
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