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Life is a faerytale written by God's hand.
Hans Christian Andersen
is, in a broad sense, the rejection of belief in the existence of deities. In a narrower sense, atheism is specifically the position that there are no deities. Most inclusively, atheism is the absence of belief that any deities exist. … Continue reading
If atheists ask theists for scientific evidence of God’s existence wouldn’t it be just as fair for theists to ask atheists for religious testimony of God’s non-existence? Turn about is fair play, after all.
Personally, I fail to see the difference. Existential nihilists believe that life is without objective meaning. For me, only God or a Higher Power lends objective meaning to life. Objective meaning can only come from a Power greater than myself. … Continue reading
Even as a Christian, I often find this phrase offensive if uninvited – especially so if there is some sort of disagreement involved. It seems to me to be just a passive-aggressive way of saying, “I’m telling God on you”. … Continue reading
Belief in a higher self is essential for normal human beings. I believe that few true atheists (loosely defined) exist. Most people who think they are atheists merely have a problem with the definition of God. The label ‘God’ is loaded … Continue reading
First off, there is no Hell – not in the modern sense of the term anyway. Jesus promised eternal life only for his followers. Everyone else just dies and their souls are destroyed. End of story [Romans 6:23]. The fiery … Continue reading
One of the strongest scientific arguments for the existence of an intelligent creator is the anthropic principle which basically demonstrates that there is an extremely low probability that an “accidental” universe could sustain life. Atheists sometimes counter with the pseudo-scientific … Continue reading
( Adapted from a page by Atheists of Silicon Valley. ) This is adapted from an atheist website. It points out how ridiculously absurd some of the arguments for God’s existence actually are. Fellow believers, please don’t take offense — I just … Continue reading
Without God, I am as lonely and insignificant as the smallest microbe on a mote of dust in the most forgotten corner of nowhere. With God, I am an integral part of everything. God gives my life meaning beyond whatever … Continue reading
Everybody leans on something. To imply that non-religious people don’t need a crutch is very misleading. Money, power, sex, drugs, alcohol, other people, and material possessions are just a few examples of crutches people commonly rely on. Even atheism can … Continue reading