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For an atheist, what is the meaning/purpose of man's existence?


This question is intended for me to know what really makes an atheist. Maybe, by this question, I can understand more an atheist and see where they are coming.

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secularist10 says

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Paul C. Markland (preacherp88) says

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    secularist10 4 years ago

    Quoting an ancient book does not enable you to read someone's mind, or their heart. How do you know what someone's purpose in life is?


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    servantofgod 4 years ago

    Hmmm. I see. Simply because an atheist cannot grasp something they will dismiss them altogether. Yes, I think being an atheist is the height of human pride.


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    rdlang05 4 years ago

    Just an observation, without trying to sound judgmental or sarcastic, but I find it kind of ironic that you're using Aristotelian philosophy in your argument when that tends to be a very Christian way of argument. Just made me chuckle a bit.

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Marco Piazzalunga (Glass-Jewelry) says

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  • Old Empresario 4 years ago

    I think you might be right. By contrast, I would say that the most hearty Christians are atheists deep-down. This is why they worry so much about be proved wrong or why they work so hard to justify themselves and their beliefs.

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