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This not a joke thread. I truly would like to see if I have been actually wrong all these years believing in God.

Could it be that God just did his miracles and magic in a scientific way? Maybe 7 days to him was 7 million years and he made us evolve in that time? Then the Bible just starts off when Man was able to talk and think. Maybe the Plagues can be explained rationally and so can the flood.

So what proof is there that this was not the case? That there really is no God, and we all just came from anti-matter and matter exploding, slime, fish, monkeys, Adam, Me.



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I swear, yall are so ignorant (by that I don't mean just religious people). There is an infinite amount of possibilities that could happen. Specific religions have a very well defined notion of what happened so their chances are basically one out of infinite possibilities. People who say there is no god are the same way, they are still choosing a subset of an infinite set. Believing in anything without any further evidence is just down right naive.

On the plus side, the different sides provide basically endless entertainment, and make the world go round.



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There is no proof. Just scientific theories with accompanied by data that helps support those theories. You could read up on that data and decide for yourself if you trust it or not.



Religion is the worst thing ever created, its the cause of all the problems in the world.

How people can be that downright stupid in this day and age to actually believe that god could even be a possibility is mind boggling. It was just some stories some random dudes made up to explain shit centuries ago before anyone knew the truth and billions believe it.

How very sad some people can be.



spurgeonryan said:

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=133558&page=1

This not a joke thread. I truly would like to see if I have been actually wrong all these years believing in God.

Could it be that God just did his miracles and magic in a scientific way? Maybe 7 days to him was 7 million years and he made us evolve in that time?


Ok? Why do you think evolution excludes the existence of a divine being?

 

And I say this as a devout atheist.



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vlad321 said:

I swear, yall are so ignorant (by that I don't mean just religious people). There is an infinite amount of possibilities that could happen. Specific religions have a very well defined notion of what happened so their chances are basically one out of infinite possibilities. People who say there is no god are the same way, they are still choosing a subset of an infinite set. Believing in anything without any further evidence is just down right naive.

On the plus side, the different sides provide basically endless entertainment, and make the world go round.


I agree with this comepletely. Minus the entertainment part maybe. 



ishiki said:
vlad321 said:

I swear, yall are so ignorant (by that I don't mean just religious people). There is an infinite amount of possibilities that could happen. Specific religions have a very well defined notion of what happened so their chances are basically one out of infinite possibilities. People who say there is no god are the same way, they are still choosing a subset of an infinite set. Believing in anything without any further evidence is just down right naive.

On the plus side, the different sides provide basically endless entertainment, and make the world go round.


I agree with this comepletely. Minus the entertainment part maybe. 

You mean you aren't entertained by little children bickering and arguing by saying "yeah... well, I heard so and so?"



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Why Regenerating Health is a crap game mechanic: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=3986420

gamrReview's broken review scores: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=4170835

 

spurgeonryan said:

[...]That there really is no God, and we all just came from anti-matter and matter exploding, slime, fish, monkeys, Adam, Me.

In the first part, I assume that you are referring to the Big Bang Theory.  In the second part, I think you mean abiogenesis.  In the third part, you seem to be talking about evolution.

These are all very different things.  Evolution has nothing to do with how the universe came to be, or how life first started.

Also note that the fact that evolution happens, and it does, does not mean that there is no God.  All that it really means is that the Bible cannot be taken literally.  This is especially true for the Old Testament.  FYI, the Catholic church has no problem with the Big Bang or evolution.  They believe that these processes were shaped/controlled by God.



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i came in here to counter the argument but i think i'm dun with this kind of argument.



vlad321 said:
ishiki said:
vlad321 said:

I swear, yall are so ignorant (by that I don't mean just religious people). There is an infinite amount of possibilities that could happen. Specific religions have a very well defined notion of what happened so their chances are basically one out of infinite possibilities. People who say there is no god are the same way, they are still choosing a subset of an infinite set. Believing in anything without any further evidence is just down right naive.

On the plus side, the different sides provide basically endless entertainment, and make the world go round.


I agree with this comepletely. Minus the entertainment part maybe. 

You mean you aren't entertained by little children bickering and arguing by saying "yeah... well, I heard so and so?"

*Chiming in*

 

I'm not. I'm just as irritated by blind believers as I am by the ones who kick and scream about there being no possibility of a god (or gods) existing.

Just because some very specific form of a supernatural being likely doesn't exist, doesn't mean there aren't still an infinite amount of other possible answers out there.