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There is no God

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by GHP, Feb 20, 2012.

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  1. Iroth

    Iroth SFN Supporter

    Why does everything need to have meaning? I was brought up in an atheist family, are you saying the only reason I am not murdering people left and right is because people are enforcing this law?

    People would inherently know that killing other people is wrong because everyone relates to loss. We all know what it feels to lose someone close to us, who is to say that something like that is enough to stop murder?

    Life doesn't need meaning, we are all brought up thinking that we are going to make some difference in the world when in reality we're microscopic dust in the great scheme of the universe. Find happiness anyway you can, live, laugh, love all that bullshit. You don't need religion or a god to do that.

    And people who are supposed to be the messengers of god do lots of harm to people, even though they live by the moralities that god has supposedly given them.
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  2. Iroth

    Iroth SFN Supporter

    Forgive any run on sentences, I am running on no sleep and many beers.

    In the end I am not trying to say that you are wrong, or the way you are thinking is wrong, there is no real answer. But don't go after us atheist people for not believing in everything you do.
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  3. CreamyBone

    CreamyBone SFN Supporter

    You need authority?
  4. Anogram

    Anogram SFN Supporter

    Bah

    Confusious said do unto others as you would have them do unto you. This dude said it way before before Jebus and he wasn't religious. A doubter, skeptic, or whatever will come to the same moral conclusions as religious people. They just wont believe in your god or gods.
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  5. Iroth

    Iroth SFN Supporter

    This is very base thinking. People aren't robots GHP. We don't just come into the world with one way of thinking and that is it, our experiences and teachings shape us. Just because I don't believe there is a god doesn't mean I go out killing people for shits and giggles.
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  6. Iroth

    Iroth SFN Supporter

    Just do what I do, ignore the stupid threads.
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  7. Iroth

    Iroth SFN Supporter

    Yes. And yes. What other purpose do you need than to live?
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  9. fatroider4 Full Member

    So if God doesn't establish what is right from wrong, there is no right or wrong? Simple as that right? God never said I can't kill people, therefor I can kill people.
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  10. Iroth

    Iroth SFN Supporter

    To live my dear! To live!
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  11. Anogram

    Anogram SFN Supporter


    Who is your jungle god?
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  12. CreamyBone

    CreamyBone SFN Supporter

    Needing a god to supply meaning and give morals has got to be a miserable way to go though life.
  13. Iroth

    Iroth SFN Supporter

    Says who?
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  14. CreamyBone

    CreamyBone SFN Supporter

    Why do you assume no meaning?

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