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Christianity Johnson on 02 Dec 2008 07:26 am

GodIsImaginary.com is expanding

There is a new proof available at GodIsImaginary.com:

The goal is to add 10 new proofs over the next couple of weeks.

Do you have ideas for proofs you would like to see added (or existing proofs that you would like to see augmented or modified)? Please add them in the comments.

8 Responses to “GodIsImaginary.com is expanding”

  1. on 02 Dec 2008 at 7:33 am 1.GotMooo said …

    Sounds like a great idea… I will try to think of some.

  2. on 02 Dec 2008 at 8:22 am 2.Hermes said …

    Baal! One of my favorites …

  3. on 02 Dec 2008 at 8:23 am 3.Hermes said …

    (Plug to Vynn for pointing out 1 Kings 18 passage well over a year ago.)

  4. on 02 Dec 2008 at 8:30 am 4.GotMooo said …

    Perhaps one about prophecies in the bible. This would include end time prophecy as well as self-fulfilled prophecy and how it hurts us and much of it hasn’t been fulfilled and etc..


  5. on 04 Dec 2008 at 8:47 am 5.Jack's smirking revenge said …

    I totally forgot about this story…
    It’s my new favorite proof.

  6. on 11 Dec 2008 at 3:16 pm 6.Anonymous said …

    Is there life after death. There are many testimonies shared by different people from different countries.

    Google heaven and hell encounter.
    Would this also be imaginary when there are common encounter.

    What if it is not imaginary after all.

    Do you think that the world is NOT CREATED at all?

    Looking around the nature tells something…. especially human anatomy and physiology.

    What if we really need to face our Creator after leaving this world ?

    Of course we are given the liberty to make choices however the type of choices we make also decides the type of consequences we make.

    If men is so intelligent wouldn’t the world become better and better.

    Why then all the many and increasing events we are seeing ?

    Thank you for reading

  7. on 11 Dec 2008 at 6:42 pm 7.glimpse said …


    you’ve got a lot of “what ifs” in there and some of them are too big to overlook.

    in fact, you’ve pointed out one of the major forces that makes religion tick: the “what if it’s true?” temptation.
    for a familiar example, think back to a time when you were young. chances are you were told that if you were good this time of year, santa would bring you gifts. perhaps you recall the moment when you began to doubt the existence of santa. “but what if it’s true?”
    (I know santa does not equal God to you, this is merely an example of belief and the “what if” syndrome).
    Especially when religion enters our conscience from a very early age, it becomes difficult to escape these thoughts, even moreso when our family and friends carry the same “what ifs”.

    and that’s the thing. you’ve got thousands of religions, all with an array of “what ifs”, all of them claiming their “IF” is the correct one. and naturally, out of the fear of that IF being true, we cling to it.

    if you take a step back from all of the purely emotional, non-evidence based ‘IFs’ in your life and examine them, you’ll begin to shed your irrational fears
    (ie. “If I die and I’m not wearing my lucky shoes, will I still go to the castle in the sky? – better wear them in my sleep just in case…”)

    >”Why then all the many and increasing events we are seeing ?”

    a quick look through history shows that people *always* think that the end times are coming within their lifetime. we are not unique. yes, times are crazy, but there have always been wars, famine, natural disasters, etc.

  8. on 11 Dec 2008 at 8:44 pm 8.Hermes said …

    Anonymous: “Is there life after death.”

    No, and I can prove it.

    If you want a longer answer, take a look here;


    If you disagree, comment there.

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