Religion has actually convinced people that there’s an invisible man living in the sky

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    • #155903
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      Religion has actually convinced people that there’s an invisible man living in the sky who watches everything you do, every minute of every day. And the invisible man has a special list of ten things he does not want you to do. And if you do any of these ten things, he has a special place, full of fire and smoke and burning and torture and anguish, where he will send you to live and suffer and burn and choke and scream and cry forever and ever ’til the end of time!

      But He loves you.

    • #155904
      Anonymous
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      feels good knowing the King of the Boomers is burning in hell right now.

    • #155905
      Anonymous
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      He burns in hell right now for not submitting to God of Israel who hates scrotes and sorcerers.

      • #155907
        Anonymous
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        H-how can I be saved from the wrath of this God of Israel? If I’m not part or member of Israel?

        • #155908
          Anonymous
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          God of Israel apparently created the whole universe. So it doesn’t matter.
          It’s only israelites that mattered to him, the rest died in floods or burned alive.
          But still, it doesn’t matter.

      • #156001
        Anonymous
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        >claims to be speaking about religion in general
        >speaks about one god, dismissing hinduism and buddhism automatically
        >this god has a list of ten things to do, only really applies to judaism
        Two sentences in and it’s already inaccurate and ignorant

        God doe not hate anyone, for he loves all of his children

    • #155906
      Anonymous
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      It’s amazing how someone can be so theologically and philosophically ignorant and pretend he’s brilliant. It’s like a Maori warrior trying to disprove Einstein.

      • #155910
        Anonymous
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        My favorite bit is when people who believe a book that says the space is ocean water and the sky is a dome with lights in it try and pretend their book isn’t goofy fiction by ignoring as much about it as they can.

        • #155919
          Anonymous
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          The vast majority of Christians don’t believe that "the sky is a dome with lights in it". You are basially just schizoposting about ancient Hebrew cosmology as if its relevant.

          • #155930
            Anonymous
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            >"the sky is a dome with lights in it
            That’s good, and in that case they should be very concerned that their holy book makes that claim.

        • #155993
          Anonymous
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          It literally doesn’t say that.

      • #155927
        Anonymous
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        He was raised in the Church so he likely knew more than LULZ Christcuck LARPers.

    • #155911
      Anonymous
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      He loves you… and He needs Money!

    • #155912
      Anonymous
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      I don’t think religion convinced anyone of what you’re saying, people filled the majority of those things in the blanks, between the sacred spoken word and then sacred texts.

    • #155913
      Anonymous
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      i regret making carlin famous on LULZ
      i found my faith again and realize that white society is too valuable too give up.
      fuck carlin.

    • #155914
      Anonymous
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      >religion = Christianity
      every
      freaking
      time

    • #155915
      Anonymous
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      honestly i don’t know how people square the problem of evil
      although i don’t think hell is fire and brimstone. it’s probably more like being distant from god, and heaven is being closer to god. on an eternal timescale that would be like hell

      • #155920
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        I solved the problem of evil.
        (Potential) evil is necessary for free will to exist.
        Free will is of great value.
        The goodness of free will is greater than the evilness of evil (the good which free will generates outweighs the negative ramifications of evil).
        So God is justified and good for creating free will (despite the necessity for allowing potential evil).

        Hell could simply be non-existence, God makes it so the sinner ceases to exist. This would happen if the sinner chose (through free will) to eternally reject the forgiveness and mercy of God.

        • #155921
          Anonymous
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          >This would happen if the sinner chose (through free will) to eternally reject the forgiveness and mercy of God.
          How can someone lie to himself that this semetic spirit exists?
          Even if you want to find God, he’s not real.

          • #155922
            Anonymous
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            >Even if you want to find God, he’s not real.
            Proof?

            • #155923
              Anonymous
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              Where the fuck is God, scrotebrain? Where is he?
              It’s common sense. You don’t need any objective proof.
              God doesn’t exist. It’s all made up by some ancient Hebrews.

              • #155924
                Anonymous
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                Yeah you have faith your belief in atheism is true.
                If you claim to know for a fact that God does not exist then you definitely need proof since you are making a positive claim.
                But you dont know, you just BELIEVE God does not exist, you have no absolute certainty or conclusive proof.

                • #155925
                  Anonymous
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                  Nobody has concrete proof for anything but having belief in reasonable things is okay, believing an invisible sky daddy who loves you but also wants to burnt you exist is scrotebrained

                • #155926
                  Anonymous
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                  I don’t claim to know anything.
                  In order for me to CHANGE MY LIFE COMPLETLY AND SUBMIT to God of Israel and rabbi yeshua, I need proof that these spirits are real. How the fuck can i be so gullible and believe anything people say?
                  Supernatural has been pretty much disproven, we are living in a physical universe so spirits and demons are pretty much like orcs from lord of the rings.

                  • #155929
                    Anonymous
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                    Conceptions of God can be reasonable and sophisticated.
                    God as First Cause, the only uncaused cause, the prime mover; God as That which none greater can be conceived, the maximally great being; these conceptions are philosophically coherent and cannot be dismissed unreasonably.

                    • #155931
                      Anonymous
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                      That’s not the god in the Bible and that religion comes with a lot more claims than a creator being just existing

                      • #155936
                        Anonymous
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                        If not, I dont think it is incompatible or very far off from the better conceptions of the biblical conceptions of God.
                        Granted I view the Bible as a compilation of books from many authors with varying understandings of God, not all of them are particularly noble or enlightened conceptions.

                      • #155939
                        Anonymous
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                        Mmm they seem to all be talking about the same god anon. Even still none of them are a hands off creator being that just set the universe in motion

                      • #155943
                        Anonymous
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                        If you still can’t let scripture go then there is no room for your special snowflake big bang god.

                      • #155949
                        Anonymous
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                        >let scripture go
                        That would foolish unless you have proven it is completely devoid of wisdom, truth, and spiritual value.
                        It is impossible you have proven such a thing isn’t it?

                      • #155957
                        Anonymous
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                        a lot of vague words for living on earth and none for god. you tippy toe thinking you are being respectful to the text but you are not. Lay down some solid wisdom from the bible about god and not about earthly garbage.

                      • #155946
                        Anonymous
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                        I don’t know what Bible you’re reading but they describe god as a man with white hair and white robes on a chariot multiple times and Adam is described as being created to look like him.

                    • #155932
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                    • #155937
                      Anonymous
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                      >Conceptions of God can be reasonable and sophisticated.
                      All "arguments" for God fails, that’s why I’m an atheist, and not an agnostic.

                      • #155940
                        Anonymous
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                        In the same vein all "arguments" for atheism fail, the debate continues because atheism has no conclusive proof or absolute certainty about its claim of God’s non-existence.

                      • #155944
                        Anonymous
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                        All the major religions are easily disproved. The argument is always about some abstract higher being instead of a specific god because religions are full of BS. That’s why holy texts are so full of "anecdotes" and "metaphors" they’re forced to abandon beliefs as human understanding continues to advance.

                      • #155947
                        Anonymous
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                        >All the major religions are easily disproved
                        Not really. Just because you can disprove one or a number of things of a religion, that does not mean the gist or essence or the underlying truths and values of a religion has been disproved.
                        You can never say a finite number of things concerning a phenomena are false therefore EVERYTHING concerning that phenomena is also false. You cannot even say what percentage is false, whether it be a minority or majority of it.

                      • #155953
                        Anonymous
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                        That’s the thing though, it’s not about disproving "everything" about the phenomena. If the key assumptions that one particular theory about the phenomena is predicated on is false, that theory falls through.

                      • #155958
                        Anonymous
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                        Examples? I dont think any religions have been easily disproven; what are these key assumptions that have been proven false, of which the entirety of the religion rests upon?

                      • #155959
                        Anonymous
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                        If you believe there to be evil in the world
                        that would flunk out a god that’s supposed to be all-powerful and good

                        just an example

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                      • #155963
                        Anonymous
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                        >Existence of evil is compatible with an all-powerful and good God
                        No. That’s why they still call it "the problem of evil", you didn’t solve it.

                        defining evil as not-evil
                        woooow

                        free will is still not a coherent concept, Christians treat the word like a magic spell that just works, without explain how

                        besides, it’s blatantly conceivable how there could be slightly less evil in the world

                      • #155948
                        Anonymous
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                        >no conclusive proof or absolute certainty
                        You having a scrotebrained epistemology, that requires absolute certainty (however that’s supposed to achieved for the world outside your mind..) it’s really not my problem
                        I’m perfectly content not believing things there are no reasons to believe, plenty of such things

                        Christian God being a logical impossibility by your own claims, makes it easy to claim actual knowledge of him not existing, problem of evil and all that, omnipotence and free will both being incoherent concepts
                        No matter if one rejects radical skepticism or not

                • #155928
                  Anonymous
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                  Fuck off scrotebrain

        • #155934
          Anonymous
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          >free will
          is not a coherent concept
          when you make a choice, it’s either random. Or you did it for reasons, in which case it’s determined

          Unless you can explain how this is a false dichotomy. Free will is just a buzzword.

          • #155938
            Anonymous
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            Compatibilism is coherent.

            • #155941
              Anonymous
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              correct, but that’s not what the bible preaches

              • #155945
                Anonymous
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                Maybe so but my ideas about God and free will are not limited to what the Bible preaches, though can be compatible in many significant respects.

        • #155951
          Anonymous
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          >I solved the problem of evil.
          It’s called Doublethink

        • #155954
          Anonymous
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          So your god isn’t all powerful and couldn’t figure out free will without evil.

        • #155964
          Anonymous
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    • #155916
      Anonymous
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      Carlin was the ultimate establishment anti-establishment comedian in that his point was essentially to tell you it’s all hopeless and to just let the elite rob you unhindered.

    • #155917
      Anonymous
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      >Carlin

      Reddit, the man.

    • #155918
      Anonymous
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      >invisible man living in the sky
      His strawman conception of God is a reflection of his own ignorance.
      What about the absolutely metaphysically ultimate being of Classical Theism for instance?

    • #155935
      Anonymous
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      you forgot
      >AND HE NEEDS MONEY
      always cracked me up

    • #155942
      Anonymous
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      it’s actually more than 10 things I mean I could easily list ten things God doesn’t want me to do lol did he even try with this one?

    • #155950
      Anonymous
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      He is good at speaking but everything that comes out of his mouth is garbage.

    • #155952
      Anonymous
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      *tips fedora*
      >lol spaghetti monster am i rite
      >hehe invisible unicorn
      >rofl sky daddy xD
      go back

      • #155956
        Anonymous
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        therfor God real

        • #155960
          Anonymous
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          therfor God not real

    • #155955
      Anonymous
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      he doesnt want me to do things that are bad for me
      Hows that not love

    • #155966
      Anonymous
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      I prefer
      >The politicians are put there to give you the idea that you have freedom of choice. You don’t. You have no choice. You have owners. They own you. They own everything. They own all the important land. They own and control the corporations. They’ve long since bought and paid for the Senate, the Congress, the state houses, and city halls. They got the judges in their back pocket. And they own all the big media companies so they control just about all of the news and information you get to hear
      >But I’ll tell you what they don’t want. They don’t want a population of citizens capable of critical thinking. They don’t want well-informed, well-educated people capable of critical thinking. They’re not interested in that. That doesn’t help them. That’s against their interests. It’s a big club and you ain’t in it. By the way, it’s the same big club they use to beat you over the head all day long.

      • #155969
        Anonymous
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        Cool it with the anti-Semitism

    • #155968
      Anonymous
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      Why are there so many threads about the exact same thing right now? Can’t you guys save your arguments for one thread at a time?

    • #155970
      Anonymous
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      i posted this rant in the other athiest thread but i’ll post it here too:
      >i was once one of those atheist. 2016 and onward is what made me realize religion was right. seeing how leftist treat their ideology, they treat them as a religion. but a religion without an afterlife so it makes them more cynical. depressed. they’re faith is in physical and that physical nature makes them more prone to sorrow as their faith isn’t in something non physical. when things go wrong, it hurts them a lot more than a normal religious person as its an attack on the very physical nature of their ideology. to simply put it, they put their faith into man himself and man is an extremely flawed person.
      the power of being able to say god works in mysterious ways is very powerful and something the modern ideologies of the left is missing. you cannot debate god himself. you cannot check gods privilege. but you can check mans. rather than having a all powerful being at the top that cannot be challenged being the leader, its now all the practitioners. hell, even during the reign of the catholic church was better because at least it was the priest. now? well now you get stuff like critical race theory like: https://i.4cdn.org/wsg/1632990954158.webm
      >but anyways, my point being, the atheist movement’s idea of life without religion would solve so many problems was false. it just shifted from traditional god woke af religions to pure ideological and it made things 100x worse for things noted above.
      religion is ultimately a manifestation of human behavior. it will never go away because of that. its just pure ideological now but worse because ironically, there is no imaginary man in the sky that acts like accountability to it. as crazy as that sounds but having faith in something invisible did work as accountability. remember, even the kinds had to submit to god. divine right was god granting them the ability to be a king.

      • #155971
        Anonymous
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        >kinds
        kings*

      • #155973
        Anonymous
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        >i was once one of those atheist
        So, what made you believe God is real, rather than imaginary?
        You must have been a pretty scrotebrained atheist if you were swayed to that position without a reason.

        • #155975
          Anonymous
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          i don’t believe in god anon. i never said i did. what i am is no longer part of the atheist movement.

          • #155976
            Anonymous
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            So you are no longer an atheist?

            • #155977
              Anonymous
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              if being an atheist means being with the movement, then no i am no longer. i honestly don’t know what to believe in anymore. religion didn’t die off. its just cold heart ideology now.

              • #155978
                Anonymous
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                >if being an atheist means being with the movement
                brainrot

                • #155979
                  Anonymous
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                  well you asked even though i said i don’t believe in god. so i don’t know what you are trying to imply.

              • #155992
                Anonymous
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                >i honestly don’t know what to believe in anymore.

                PROTIP: "I don’t know" is a valid belief. Since none of us religious nor otherwise truly knows what happens to us after we fuckin die.

      • #155994
        Anonymous
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        >the far right
        Lol. If only. The New Atheists were basically crypto-garden gnomes and shabbos goyim trying to convince the liberal and libertarian "skeptics" to support, or at least not oppose, America’s GWOT (muh islamofascism!). If they had been genuinely far right, they would have staunchly, loudly opposed our ZOG wars.

        The New Atheism was a moderately successful psyop. It served its purpose and is now fading away.

    • #155972
      Anonymous
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      >dad spanks me after I do something he says not to
      >I’m supposed to believe he loves and cares about me

      • #155974
        Anonymous
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        >Christians can’t conceive of a world without a daddy to spank them

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