I'm just trying to figure this out. Christians argue the existance of God based on faith. But since there is no physical proof that's as far as it can go. Atheists argue the existance of no higher being based on a lack of proof. But... a lack of proof doesn't necessarily mean that a higher being doesn't exist. It just means that you can't prove it. (Hence why I'm agnostic.) It seems these 2 groups argue, but in the end... neither one can be proven right. So why continue arguing over something that you won't know until your dead?Answer Question
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Answer by Nathskitten at 2:54 PM on Jun. 28, 2009
Because they continuously try to enforce their *faith* on people who require proof to believe in things. Not gonna happen.
Let me live my own life (without calling me or my way of life names... I am not out there running around telling people they are being led about by their nose by unscrupulous con men. Never even said that before online much less in real life...
I believe there is a lot of good and positivity in many religions- unfortunately- humans (many) have the need to control others- and humans (many) have the need to be told what to do and so are susceptible to believing what they are told w/o questioning enough... (IMO of course...)and so whatever good was there originally gets lost in translation...
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