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Spirituality

Spirituality

  1. Standard member apathist
    looking for loot
    11 Feb '18 23:24
    tell me why i'm wrong
  2. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    12 Feb '18 02:45
    Originally posted by @apathist
    tell me why i'm wrong
    your not
  3. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    12 Feb '18 02:54 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by @apathist
    tell me why i'm wrong
    If you are not seeing a god or gods it may be because you have become detached from - or sceptical about - the religious beliefs of your family [or social environment or the culture in which you live] and those beliefs were not successfully/permanently inculcated in you. Or maybe you never did have a religious dimension in your life. Or maybe you have looked at religions and none of them work for you.
  4. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    12 Feb '18 03:03
    Originally posted by @apathist
    tell me why i'm wrong
    or do you mean with the third eye?
  5. Subscriber moonbus
    Uber-Nerd
    12 Feb '18 09:55
  6. Standard member dj2becker
    rentrer à la maison
    12 Feb '18 10:10
    Originally posted by @apathist
    tell me why i'm wrong
    I can't see your brain, tell me why I'm wrong.
  7. Subscriber moonbus
    Uber-Nerd
    12 Feb '18 10:59 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by @dj2becker
    I can't see your brain, tell me why I'm wrong.
    You don't see your own brain either, for that matter. Doesn't prove doodly squat.
  8. 12 Feb '18 11:16
    Originally posted by @apathist
    tell me why i'm wrong
    You're not.
  9. Standard member dj2becker
    rentrer à la maison
    12 Feb '18 13:06
    Originally posted by @moonbus
    You don't see your own brain either, for that matter. Doesn't prove doodly squat.
    Point is not seeing is not proof of non-existence.
  10. Standard member Ghost of a Duke
    Zen Master
    12 Feb '18 13:15 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by @moonbus
    You don't see your own brain either, for that matter. Doesn't prove doodly squat.


    Splendidly put sir.
  11. Standard member Romans1009
    Cretinous Mutterings
    12 Feb '18 13:20
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    Originally posted by @moonbus
    You don't see your own brain either, for that matter. Doesn't prove doodly squat.


    Splendidly put sir.
    Coming from the head troll, that is high praise indeed!
  12. Standard member Ghost of a Duke
    Zen Master
    12 Feb '18 13:22
    Originally posted by @romans1009
    Coming from the head troll, that is high praise indeed!
    Are there any threads you don't infect?!
  13. Standard member Romans1009
    Cretinous Mutterings
    12 Feb '18 13:25
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    Are there any threads you don't infect?!
    I was complimenting you by recognizing your authority in the troll community.

    You should be thanking me!
  14. Standard member Ghost of a Duke
    Zen Master
    12 Feb '18 13:30
    Originally posted by @philokalia
    You're not.
    If a deity can not be seen and a given person has never 'felt' God's existence nor are they convinced by the 'evidence' available, is it not a reasonable position to disbelieve such a deity exists?
  15. Standard member Romans1009
    Cretinous Mutterings
    12 Feb '18 13:41
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    If a deity can not be seen and a given person has never 'felt' God's existence nor are they convinced by the 'evidence' available, is it not a reasonable position to disbelieve such a deity exists?
    But a deity (i.e. God) has been seen.

    Worth noting is that God’s existence is not dependent upon anyone believing in Him; if everyone in the world were an atheist, God would still exist.

    Nor is God’s character defined by human beings.