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My Story: How I Became An Atheist ( Part Two)

Updated on April 14, 2022 | Source


A lot of civilizations believe in some other god and there are ridiculously many gods that people created and are worshiping, every civilization says that their own God is the only true one that exists, every certain theist says his/her own religion is the only true one and the others are not true!

So if your religion is true then all the other people who were born ( without their intentions) to have another religion have false religion and are guilty of having a false religion yeah?

Like what's their fault about being born to have the wrong religion? you know they
were born as such without having any intentions ( spontaneously).


Philosophy has been always against religion. Why? Because it talks about common sense, logic and science.

Even some schools in the ancient world - when religions were found - used to prohibit teaching Philosophy to students.

And even if God really existed then I would really dislike God because of all the corruption that is happening in the world, theists say this corruption is caused by Man
but at the same time Man has done a lot of things to be thanked for, yes? major example to this would be " Science ".
And let's specify another type of corruption that Man has nothing to do with such as the dangerous animals that hurt human kind, the poverty that is caused by the low sources of nature in some countries included in Africa and also the dangerous chemicals that were found available by nature ( and if there's God then this God made them available) to be discovered and be transferred into weapons and harmful things. | Source

Questions Arise

There's another question that I've asked as I was a theist to my religion teacher:
" If God really knows how our life would be and if he has it written down in his books then why does he have to make us go through the journey of life to see how our actions will be knowing that he already know what is going to happen" and if God is really that strong and a peace lover then why is he letting all the bad crimes, poverty and all that has to do with harm to be caused to people under his watch and supervision? does that really make him good?

My religion teacher has never found a logical answer to answer me with.

I did as well ask many other people this and their answers weren't convincing at all, when I told them that they're not convincing me, they answer me with " Okay, you're the one who don't want to get convinced"

But wait, did you hear their answers? All they answer me with is that God has a specific plan for us, he knows better than us and this is more like a test. A test? Seriously? What about rich people for example? They reply with " It's a test for them too, God wants to know if they help others or not " So if they don't or let's say most of them don't help, again: What's the other poor people's mistake ( the ones who don't get help) of having to live with misery and poverty?

There are plenty of people dying from hunger and diseases everyday and your God is happily watching, without doing anything about it.

They say, these good poor people have beautiful and magnificent lives after death at heaven! But again, what's your proof for the existence of this after-life?


As a summary, I do have respect for everyone else's beliefs and believe me I have nothing against what you believe in as long as you act as a human and just go through life without hurting others with whatever that kind of hurt can be.

Thanks for reading.

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