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Its not bad I'm a Christian and i think we should all get along doesnt matter in your Beleifs we are all human

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Finnally someone with faith who will admit we are all human! 1000 greens brother!
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It's not.

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It's not bad at all. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise. However, don't go around waving it in people's faces. Just respect other people's opinions and they'll do the same.

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It's not. People need to respect your beliefs, as well as others'. Don't let anyone tell you that what you do or don't believe in is bad. Just don't listen to them actually, but you need to give the respect back, the way that you would like to be respected.

I'm not a Christian, Agnostic, Pagan, or Atheist. I just have my own beliefs. I make up my own religion.

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One man band? Any followers yet?
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Hmm? I just have one follower. I didn't really come here to get the most votes or followers lol I just came here to help people, and just be myself(:
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Look I am a catholic and I hope you respect all of my beliefs just as I hope other Christians will respect your beliefs. Two people of differing opinions don't have to be enemies and mock each other they just have to respect each other.

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It's not. It's ok to be whatever your religion. What is your evidence that God does not exist?

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You don't have to have evidence that something/one doesn't exist.
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This individual is saying they have no religion.
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You need evidence if you are saying so to others. Otherwise they think you crazy.
If I told others you did not exist, and they believed you did, I would need proof. They might believe wrongly, but you don't convince them without proof.
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religion: a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency or agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs. (www.Dictionary.com)
Religion involves making a truth claim, usually exclusive of all others, about a truth for which there is little physical evidence. For atheists, the one thing lacking is devotional aspects, unless one makes science or materialism their god. They have a moral code and they have laws concerning human affairs, and they often derive them from natural theology.
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theres no proof, but if we were to talk in person i can give you some good reasons to why he might not exist.
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A reasonable man... He knows the limits of his knowledge. Nobody can know for certain there is no god, one can only choose to not believe in Him.
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Shinypate, where's your evidence against the fairy that whispers happy things in my ear when I go to sleep? You don't need any. I'm making the claim- I have to bring the evidence. You're being perfectly reasonable when you don't believe me.
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Exactly my point. Reality is consensually validated.
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shinypate1: you need a hold on life and reality. youre definition of a religions is far out conceited. a religion is a belief in existence beyond death. its that simple. you do not need prove that god does not exist. nor do you need proof that he does exist. if you dont believe then you dont believe. its not a way of life nor is it a choice sometimes. just like homosexuality, something your god doesnt understand. some of them jsut cant help themselves, they like what they like and your god is an unrighteous bastard for trying to send them to hell for that. the fact is if you dont believe then you dont believe. you dont need to prove that god doesnt exist. you dont need to explain why you dont believe. you just dont. get over it.
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why must a person have evidence god does not exist? if you dont believe then you dont believe. like i said on homosexuals sometimes its not a choice. there are people who want to believe but they cannot truly believe. and your god is going to send them to hell because he made them like that? they want to believe but they really cant because they just dont. instead of arguing with me, which i know you will do, at least have the heart to sit there and understand someone else's point of view. it's like somebody condemning you because you dont like this one sport. you just dont like it; theres no reason why, you just dont.
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1. Your definition of religion is not that found in the dictionary. I gave my link.
2. By saying reality is consensuslly validated I mean this: if I say I see a pink elephant, you ask me where. I point. You look. You see no elephant, so you judge there is none, and either I am making things up, or have taken drugs.
Reality is not subjective, it is VALIDATED (not contingent, not dependent) by consensus. The consensus I follow is that which has a majority opinion: there is a god, based on natural theology (see here for an example: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/history/paley.html ).
The case for Christianity is wholly built on revelation, not natural theology.
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... revelation, and cannot be made from natural theology alone.
One must either point to evidence, logic or testimony in judging matters of truth. Our jury system uses this, and we accord the jury the right to judge truth by consensus. So, we put our truth claims up, marshall evidence, parade witnesses, make logical argument, and leave it to the jury to decide if we are convincing.
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my definittion is not found in the dictionary?! this is religious people talking! you tell me that just because man says something doesnt make it so! i dont care if its not in the dicitionary. the dictionary is for how its commonly used! i dont care if you gave a link. a religion is existence beyond death. tahts what it is. yeah you may have given a link but whos to say that link is right. you tell me man isnt always right that man makes mistakes. that webdsite was made by a man.
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and youre consensus is built on majority opinon. dude really!? if the majority thought such and such a person should die does that make it right? obvoiusly not. i dont care about your arguments because youre arguments are based on absolute nonsense. read your own bible! so youre consensus is based on majority opinion. whatever. but just know your definition of religion is wrong. its the belief in existence beyond death. all the rest would just so happen to be philosophy. get a brain!
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and by that i mean start thinking for yourself and not letting a fictional book tell you whats right
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I suggest you take a class in philosophy first. At least one; having taught at college level, your opinion would fail to get a passing grade.
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Using a definition usually helps resolve an issue; in this case, you resort to solecism. Your contention is that atheism is NOT a religion. This is because (you say) atheists make no assumption about an afterlife. But atheists DO make statements about afterlife: the majority of then deny there is any, again on little or no evidence. This positive claim makes it a religion.
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Consensual validation is a concept advanced by the psychologist Sullivan, who stated we tend to rely on others to some extent in testing our view of reality. If you are deluded, but everyone else suffers from the same delusion, it's hard to get rid of the delusion. This is why some say theists and atheists are refractive to proof, as they find others to reinforce their delusions.
For a monograph on this see here: http://www.pep-web.org/document.php?id=ifp.003.0165a
Do try to keep up. This thread (as do some of my posts) requires you to at least attempt to use your intellect.
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no it doesnt make it a positive claim. dude, atheism is the absense of a religion. just like cold is the absence of heat or energy. you take a course in philosphy becuase im getting tired of an old geezer arguing with me and thinking hes right when he has no idea what hes talking about. but i will say this much: you base your beliefs on evidence? well according to jesus himself he said that faith comes by hearing and not by seeing. evidence would come by seeing. so why are you basing your beliefs on what you see rather than what you hear? likewise, why are you preaching to me when youre not even practicing what yo preach. dude, straight up, get a life. denying there is an afterlife is NOT saying there is an afterlife. that doesnt make sense. if youre going to argue make good arguments and not arguments that fail to give you your argument.
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but i will say it again. according to you: "atheists do make statements about afterlife: the majority of them deny there is any..." then you go on to say that is a religion. religions is the belief in existence beyond death. not the belief in whether there is an afterlife or not. atheism is the LACK of belief in existence beyond death. therefore, atheism is not a religion thank you very much. i will say it one last time: GET A LIFE! maybe then you will see how very wrong you are and maybe then you will realize your arguments are not valid arguments. hafl of these words no one even understands. big words dont make an argument; they just make confusion. get a life
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Atheism is defined as a religion by the courts: http://www.wnd.com/2005/08/31895/
You wish for them not to be, I understand, but if it is not, it does not get 1st Amendment protections. The court ruled it gets them because it is a religion. Ruled by a court. And Obamacare's penalty is actually a tax.
But a better way to determine whether a worldview is a religion is to look for certain characteristics that religions have in common. The framework set forth by Ninian Smart, commonly known as the Seven Dimensions of Religion, is widely accepted by anthropologists and researchers of religion as broadly covering the various aspects of religion, without focusing on things unique to specific religions.
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The seven dimensions proposed by Smart are narrative, experiential, social, ethical, doctrinal, ritual and material. Not every religion has every dimension, nor are they all equally important within an individual religion. Smart even argues that the ?secularisation? of western society is actually a shift of focus from the doctrinal and ritual to the experiential. But religions will usually have these aspects:
1. Narrative: all religions have stories, and some explain the origin of things. As Dawkins says, "Darwin made it possible to be an intellectually fulfilled atheist." Atheism makes claims about origins.
2. Experiential: two aspects: experiences of religion's founders, and those of present adherents. Faith is a requirement for both. Atheism requires "faith" (using their own definition) that the laws of chemistry, physics and biology were once violated and life arose from non-life via chemical evolution.
3. Social: The social dimension of religion looks at the hierarchies and power structures present within the religion, such the Hindu caste system. In missionary religions, it also includes how people get converted and how missionaries go about their work.
Contemporary Atheism has been fueled largely by authors promoting their atheistic beliefs. In the preface to The God Delusion, Dawkins says,
?If this book works as I intend, religious readers who open it will be atheists when they put it down.? Clearly, he wishes the consensual validation of others. This is what fuels atheists to tell others they are "all wet" in believing. They want everyone to agree with them, just as evangelicals do.
In the essence of time, i leave this to you to read. The rest of the aspects are discussed here: http://creation.mobi/atheism-a-religion
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I'll pass on reading that huge wall of text above me, and ask you, sir: what is your evidence that the flying spaghetti monster doesn't exist?
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Interesting pattern here. Thanks, shinypate for going to great lengths to explain your position and document your points. Pity that others have neither the interest or energy to even follow a link; and they expect us to take their opinions seriously?
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thats defined by the courts. just like pizza is defined as a vegetable by the courts.
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and atheism is not a religion. it all depends on the atheist in question whether they have a religion. you need to stop reading articles and start using your brain.
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i say it again. religion is belief in existence beyond death. atheism is the nonbelief in a god. that does not say that atheism is a religion. like i said above, it depends on the atheist. some atheists believe in no god but an afterlife. some believe in no god but no afterlife. thsoe who believe in an afterlife have a religion. believe me, take it from an atheist, and not the court.
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What is your evidence that god DOES exist? O.o
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Atheism is not a religion. Claiming otherwise is completely ridiculous.
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Actually there's plenty of evidence He exist.
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There Had To Be A Beginning…For centuries scientists argued that the universe was infinite and eternal. If so, many claimed, there was no beginning and hence "nothing for a creator to do". But, we now know that the amount of usable energy in the universe is decreasing. And, scientists agree, if the universe is running down, it cannot be eternal or infinite. It will have an end just as it had to have had a beginning. Scientists know this principle as the second law of thermodynamics. It is fascinating to know that "science's two most foundational discoveries argue for creation, not against it.
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Atheists make no claim. That is the thing. The claim is that there is a god and unsatisfactory evidence is provided for that claim so an atheist may continue to have a stance of logic without consideration to a god. As he said above, flying spagetti monster.
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yes the energy is running down but thats only because of the human race. eventually humans will become extinct and the energy that is from them will move on to help the universe. so no matter what happens there will eventually be enoug energy anyway
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It's not bad... it's what you happen to believe. I believe in God, but I also believe in everyone's right to their own personal beliefs.

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To begin, many who profess to be atheist are in fact agnostic (someone who believes there is something bigger than us, they just aren't sure what that might be) . It's not that being atheist makes you a bad person (although some religious hypocrites might say it does); its that those who know you that are Christian, are probably concerned about your soul and damnation. Assuming you are young, my suggestion to you is that you read, research, and search your heart for what you believe to be true. Being Christian myself, my hope is that you will find the truth through God. In the end, this has to be your decision and doesn't necessarily come all at once. Don't allow others to influence your heart; this is a very personal matter and you only have to answer to yourself on this.

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Well I, for one, am certainly an atheist, not an agnostic.
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It's your choice. If you believe its okay, then it is. I'm a Christian, but if other people don't try to argue or criticize my beliefs, I don't judge theirs either.

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So, if someone believes having sex with children is okay than that makes it so? I always like to add "within reason" when I make statements like the one you did since there are circumstances where it absolutely would not be okay just because someone thinks it's okay.
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Did I say that works for everything? Cause I'm fairly sure I didn't.
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What I said was applied towards religion, not having sex with kids, or anything else in particular.
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It's not bad unless you choose to insult people who have different beliefs than your own. It may be tempting when someone has obviously insulted your own belief by saying it's bad to be an Atheist but really, responding back to them in a similar manner is just sinking to their level.

I'm a Christian but I think as long as you aren't harming anyone in ANY way (not just physical) than you have a right to choose your own path and beliefs. I do not like it when people insult my beliefs because I have done absolutely nothing to disrespect their own and yet you see it every day in almost all religious and no religious groups. The ones I don't see do this are the Buddhists that I know.

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i'm one too in a familly of catholics who give me bibles for my birthday AND christmas. I just told my familly 'I'LL BELIEVE WHATEVER WHEN I DANG WELL FEEL LIKE IT." Love the way you are. Don't be given up.

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IT IS WRITTEN:
John 14:6
Jesus saith unto them, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
This is the only way to get to paradise.

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There os nothing wrong with being an atheist
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They did not say that there was anything wrong with being an atheist.
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It's not

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It isn't. Withholding belief until belief is warranted is the rational response to any claim.

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Imagine a scientist in his lab trying to recreate conditions that accidentally brought about all the different life forms on earth. He uses earth for the land and water for the oceans but who does the scientist represent??

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um... well that scientist certainly isnt eternal, ill give you that much
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meaning he had to come from somehwere
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I'm going to let the word of God answer your question.=========THE [empty-headed] fool has said in his heart, There is no God.
They are corrupt, they have done abominable deeds; there is none that does good or right. (Psalm 14:1 AMP))))) I am just a mail man and delivered the mail. This is the other letter I am giving you God loves you and his arm are open to receive you at any time because=======For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. (John 3:16-19 KJV)

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Amen Mailman
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Sherlock WHAT'S UP!!!! thanks it's just the truth lol:0)
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Truth indeed= The truth that frees!!! I cant tell you the joy a few af you here on ask bring me with your intelligent, Scriptural, legible answers.
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Hey and I give God all and I mean all the glory because=======But there is a spirit within people,
the breath of the Almighty within them,
that makes them intelligent. (Job 32:8 NLT)
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But I should also respect her opinion.
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If there is no God, we don't make sense, so how do we explain human longings and desire for the transcendent? How do we even explain human questions for meaning and purpose, or inner thoughts like, why do I feel unfulfilled or empty? Why do we hunger for the spiritual, and how do we explain these longings if nothing can exist beyond the material world?

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great answer!
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why so many questions? its called being human. it has nothing to do with god. its called being human.
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Gob hit the nail on the head. Questioning the existence of a deity in no way justifies it's existence. That's ABSURD.
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But u should also respect the fact that she doesn't believe that.
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You stated in your question you know its bad, why is it bad.. apparently you already know its bad.. Believe or not believe its your choice... you bad!

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They probably described atheism as bad because religious people were telling them that atheism is bad.
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It's not. Some religious people will say it's bad though. To me, so long as you're a good person, that's enough for me. There are plenty of people who have a religion that are still very bad people. So, if you're a good person without a religion, that's a good thing. You don't need religion (I just would be a sad person if I didn't believe in the gods/goddesses of Egypt).

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there is nothing wrong with being an atheist. you do not have to explain your beliefs nor do you have to have evidence for why you dont believe. if youre atheist then youre atheist. if you dont believe then you dont. thats all there is to it.

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As stated many times above.... You can believe what ever you want, the problem is that you have chosen eternal separation from God ( whether you believe or not,God did created us and wants to spend eternity loving us) and that means that you will suffer after your time on earth is through. That's the bad part.

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Doesnt anybody know where they are going when they die? There is only ONE way!!! Jesus said himself, i am the WAY, the TRUTH, and the LIFE!!! There isnt other paths to heaven theres one!and his name is JESUS!!XD
Being "good" person is not enough!! it takes Jesus!!

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Amen brittybee!!!, and good morning.
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Wow! Give that woman a great big thumbs up!
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thanx guys!!:)
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Don't shoot her down. This is her belief.
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Why have you came to this conclusion of being an atheist? Is it you or someone else has came along to persuade you? What would God himself have to do to make a believer out of you? What if all of this God stuff is real? Then what? What risk are you taking believing this? Hell, eternal death? Why not believe in a higher power other than yourself ? What is so bad about it? What will you say when you do become face to face with Jehovah? What then? You seem so young to have already came to this conclusion. Why not sincerely ask Jehovah God to reveal himself to you? Have you? God bless you I hope the best for you. That you do find the right path for you.

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Sounds like quite the scare tactic to me... Join our church or face eternal damnation... Makes Christians sound like great people.
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It's not bad. Many atheists think they are more intelligent-who could believe a bunch of stories written to control people? Religion can be messed up. Many atheists have set out to disprove the bible and become believers. It's not about avoiding hell. When you start to understand how truly incredible God is and how you matter to him- it changes you. When things that are just too much of a coincidence happen, you think "wow"!

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Being a believing, and therefore practicing, Roman Catholic Christian, I think it's sad that you profess atheism, regrettable, lamentable, but I assure you're not constantly sinning, although your initial decision to become an atheist might have been a sin, even a serious sin, especially, if you had been a Christian, or more serious, a practicing Roman Catholic Christian, before. However, I suspect that you still do believe in God, if you're honest with yourself, but for whatever reason, have something against Him, and have professed atheism, to get back at Him, or get even with Him, or even to hurt Him , but let me again assure you that you haven't hurt Him, because it's part of His nature to be perfectly happy, and since He's unchangeable (immutable), His perfect happiness never changes. No entity can ever hurt God. I did make a mistake once, and this may be my second mistake. It's within the realm of possibility, that I'm completely wrong about you, but I pray not. I'll pray for you; and you pray, or at least, think long and hard, about this (praying is easier). May God give you all the best this life has to offer; and Heaven, in the next! Enjoy God's gift to you of this day; and the rest of your life!
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how about Baptism?...
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I remember when almost all white teenagers, living in the US, had probably received Christian Baptism, as infants, because they were either cradle Protestants, or cradle Catholics, even those in California, but that hasn't been the case for many years now, so Christian Baptism is included in "all the best this life can provide."
If he had continued our discussion in comments, I would've asked him if he had been baptized or not, either way I would've told him about the benefits of the baptism he received, or should receive now, with proper preparation.
I'm still happy to do that if he wants.
Thanks for your comment!
I hope you check back.
Frank
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yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you don't have to be a atheist. you can still change!!!!!!!!!

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Stop spreading your ignorance. There is NOTHING wrong with being an atheist.
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There is also nothing wrong with being a Christian
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Why don't you stop spreading your ignorance???
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There's nothing wrong with it in the slightest. Atheists ftw.

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will you please quit talking to me. please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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U r my favorite person on this website right now. I completely agree with u.
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Is eating ice cream "bad"? What about eating a pint each night before going to bed? Why is anything "bad"? Are negative consequences "bad"? A concept of "bad" implies there is 'good'. Without a moral absolute, there is no good or bad that anyone would expect someone else to respect or care about. If I came from nothing and have no meaning for existence, why worry about 'good' or 'bad'?

Is it more logical to believe that everything came from nothing; or, that everything comes from something, or someone? Is atheism illogical? Does that make it "bad"?

If I say, "flamingoes exist" and you say, "prove it", all I have to do is find one flamingo in the universe; maybe as close as the local zoo.
If you say "flamingoes doe not exist" and I say "prove it", you may not find them in my neighborhood, but that is not enough; you must go to every corner of the universe before saying they do not exist.

Jesus Christ is sufficient proof of God's existence, but even the cosmological and teleological and moral proofs are sufficient to indicate beyond a reasonable doubt that a Supreme Being exists.

Your answer is in your question.

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Because you don't believe in your creator and the creator of the universe and beyond.

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But there is nothing wrong with that.
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There is a lot wrong with that. Don't even know where to start.
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Please do start. So that i may refute your points.
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Well, to began with. He is your creator. How can you not believe in Him? Those who say "God doesn't exist" and refer to some theories, are in other words, saying "God exists." If you just think about life, the whole universe, and everything in it, you should realize that. If you don't, well, you're not worth my time. Because if this world and everything in it isn't enough to change your mind, then humungous paragraphs wont do you any good either.
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its your wish

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I don't think it is "sinful", but I know that if you were to stay that way even after you found out that God is real, you wouldn't have much luck.

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I'm an agnostic atheist. The only thing that makes sense, currently. So it's not bad at all. In fact, you are more rational than most people around.

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Who says? You are one of the smart ones

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Its not. Religions will try to make you feel bad as a method to convert you....then take 10% of your income once they got you. Dont fall for it..Save it for vacation ;)

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Religious people will try to tell you it is bad, but you are right. If you feel threatened just pretend to be Christian.

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Actually the most peaceful and progressive countries in the world are substantially more athiest. If anything you do a service to the people. American prisons are wall to wall religionists. All upper 90 percentile religionists. Statistically speaking you are less likely to be a criminal and I'd say thats not so would wouldn't you?

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If you are happy and respect others I don't think it should matter whether you are an atheist. I wouldn't worry about it.

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its not if ur happy with it

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