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Atheism is a religion, too
04-27-2013, 04:26 AM #31
Capt kwirk Member
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(04-27-2013, 03:08 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(04-27-2013, 02:56 AM)Capt kwirk Wrote:  as a person who has died i will tell you that there is something after death i did see an angel and yes we do all go to another place this happened to me last march

so don't worry about dying it's not the end, but a new beginning

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"The apparent separation between past present and future is only an illusion,although a convincing one"...Albert Einstein

Within the many sights i've seen and sounds i've heard and people i've talked to as they were telling me they know me and were expecting me,all seen and heard again and again within my numerous past life dreams,theres no doubt about it in my mind,i have seen and heard overwhelming evidence for reincarnation,we are born again and again and maybe forever...

But that doesnt mean theres a god...

Auschwitz + God = god is dead,or god never existed,or god is evil and we all can decide which one of those frightening possibilities we want to live and die believing...
i can agree with what you've written god being merciful? nope meciless? yep Auschwitz was and is a prime example and Dacow oh and i don't think i saw/ met god but if i did? then he is a she cause who i / sawmet was a beautiful woman think it was more an angel then anything elswe, my guardian angel and her name is Melisina believe me if you want, if you do cool if not it's cool too i have no reason to lie cheers.gif

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04-27-2013, 05:13 AM #32
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(04-27-2013, 04:26 AM)Capt kwirk Wrote:  
(04-27-2013, 03:08 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(04-27-2013, 02:56 AM)Capt kwirk Wrote:  as a person who has died i will tell you that there is something after death i did see an angel and yes we do all go to another place this happened to me last march

so don't worry about dying it's not the end, but a new beginning

cheers.gif

"The apparent separation between past present and future is only an illusion,although a convincing one"...Albert Einstein

Within the many sights i've seen and sounds i've heard and people i've talked to as they were telling me they know me and were expecting me,all seen and heard again and again within my numerous past life dreams,theres no doubt about it in my mind,i have seen and heard overwhelming evidence for reincarnation,we are born again and again and maybe forever...

But that doesnt mean theres a god...

Auschwitz + God = god is dead,or god never existed,or god is evil and we all can decide which one of those frightening possibilities we want to live and die believing...
i can agree with what you've written god being merciful? nope meciless? yep Auschwitz was and is a prime example and Dacow oh and i don't think i saw/ met god but if i did? then he is a she cause who i / sawmet was a beautiful woman think it was more an angel then anything elswe, my guardian angel and her name is Melisina believe me if you want, if you do cool if not it's cool too i have no reason to lie cheers.gif

Several times during my life so far I have been visited by disembodied spirits who have whispered my name and kissed me within the darkness of my room,so theres no doubt I believe and are they lovers from another life reaching out from beyond the realms of death? or are they demons in disguise like the incubus and sucubus? or are they psychic thought projections? or something else? I suppose no one alive really knows for sure...
04-27-2013, 05:51 PM #33
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I find it amusing that religious people refer to the absence of religion as religion. It's as if the term "religion" should be insulting. Have they considered what this says about them?
04-27-2013, 06:02 PM #34
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Live and let live. To each his own and other fitting sayings.

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04-27-2013, 07:15 PM #35
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(04-25-2013, 05:16 PM)I⊥∀NIW∩LLIʞ Wrote:  
Quote:For a theist there’s nothing quite like watching an atheist get an intellectual walloping from a preacher. There’s just something apocalyptic about it, and it most easily occurs when the atheist tries to chop up religion to irrelevancy without realizing that he is himself awfully religious.

It happened again recently at the Cambridge Union debating society when former Anglican Archbishop Rowan Williams took on the best known name in contemporary atheism, Richard Dawkins. They were debating whether religion has a role in the 21st century.

Dawkins said it didn’t.

Williams said it did.

In the end, Williams was handed a decidedly strong victory with more than two times as many votes from the audience as the infamous atheist, Dawkins. It was a triumphant day for the faithful and a shameful one for the irreligious.

But actually no one really is irreligious.

This world beats to the rhythm of religion in a thousand ways, and absolutely everyone is religious -- including atheists.

Religion certainly includes an idea of a God under whom man is inherently subservient, but religion also governs the belief system undergirding the way people think about, and live, their lives.

It tells them who their authority is and it informs their values and behavior. It gives them their sense of morality and goodwill, and it guides them in the way they treat themselves and others. Religion does nothing less than construct one’s view of the world.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2013/03/1...z2RU6U84Cb



Wrong again.. not that you care.

Here let me offer to put a bunch of words into your mouth, LIKE IT.
04-27-2013, 07:16 PM #36
KILLUMINATI Made Ya Look!!
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(04-27-2013, 07:15 PM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote:  
(04-25-2013, 05:16 PM)I⊥∀NIW∩LLIʞ Wrote:  
Quote:For a theist there’s nothing quite like watching an atheist get an intellectual walloping from a preacher. There’s just something apocalyptic about it, and it most easily occurs when the atheist tries to chop up religion to irrelevancy without realizing that he is himself awfully religious.

It happened again recently at the Cambridge Union debating society when former Anglican Archbishop Rowan Williams took on the best known name in contemporary atheism, Richard Dawkins. They were debating whether religion has a role in the 21st century.

Dawkins said it didn’t.

Williams said it did.

In the end, Williams was handed a decidedly strong victory with more than two times as many votes from the audience as the infamous atheist, Dawkins. It was a triumphant day for the faithful and a shameful one for the irreligious.

But actually no one really is irreligious.

This world beats to the rhythm of religion in a thousand ways, and absolutely everyone is religious -- including atheists.

Religion certainly includes an idea of a God under whom man is inherently subservient, but religion also governs the belief system undergirding the way people think about, and live, their lives.

It tells them who their authority is and it informs their values and behavior. It gives them their sense of morality and goodwill, and it guides them in the way they treat themselves and others. Religion does nothing less than construct one’s view of the world.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2013/03/1...z2RU6U84Cb



Wrong again.. not that you care.

Here let me offer to put a bunch of words into your mouth, LIKE IT.


you guys even have a holiday
04-27-2013, 07:42 PM #37
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As the dyslexics say:

Atheists are teople poo.



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