I'm 17 and I've already come to the conclusion that religion is pointless bullshit. Sorry if I offend anyone, but open your eyes, so much blood has been spilled in the name of a 'God' or 'Gods' it's actually quite sad. There is no actual proof that there even is a 'God' so why the hell do so many people blindly follow something that has a higher chance of not even being real?
In my opinion the reason religion came into existence was to give people power over others.
by asalvani7 years ago
I love religion and everything that comes with it, but I simply get it as a way of being moral towards others. People wrote the bible that was composed of many stories of wisdom to get the people respecting each other,...
by Rabgix13 months ago
There are an extreme number of Religions in this world, some dead and some alive. How can the followers of one religion be so sure they are correct?I post this here because I come from a Christian family and they're...
by christianajohan5 years ago
I think that they don't need God because they have all they need to live. Wake up you people, God gave all things.
by Kevin Peter4 years ago
I believe in a single God. But it's the power who guides the entire world. Then what made people divide themselves based on different religions? Is there a need for different religions. Why don't we all believe in the...
by andycool3 months ago
I've heard so much in the forums about believing and not believing in Religion or God, being atheist or religious or agnostic and so forth, I've just got confused that is there anyone out there concerned about the role...
by Emile R4 years ago
At least one Hubber has implied (well, not implied but boldly stated) in another thread currently active that atheists are humorless narcissists. I don't believe it. To dispel this notion before it steamrolls into a...
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