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Offline Codswallop

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OK believers--what do you say?



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Re: Jesus and Mo ask Believers: Why is there God Rather than No God?
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2008, 06:32:23 PM »
Nice. Why can't believers just try and maybe consider that there is a natural scientific process that created the universe.

With all Theism, there is 2 main problems.

1 - How "God" magically poofed into existence.
2- How "God" magically made the universe.

Theists will never be able to explain either, so they resort to magic. They give God qualities of being "timeless" and "all-powerful" to explain these 2 problems.

Why can't they just consider that either a natural scientific process created the universe, or the universe has just always existed. Who said the universe has to have a beginning and an end? Just because everything on Earth does means that the universe does.
« Last Edit: August 01, 2008, 06:36:54 PM by HXCpr0n »
Would you rather live a lie, yet be satisfied, or know the truth, yet be unsatisfied? That is the real question of today's religion.


Our scientific theories may just be theories, but your religious rationalizations are just rationalizations.