I have written online Christian articles. Those who comment on my Christian writings are usually, 75% Christians, 25% atheists. I appreciate all the comments, but what I find interesting is how hard some of the atheists try to convince me, my beliefs are not valid w/ strong emotion. I never argue w/ them, I just thank them for their opinion, because I know I'm not going to change their opinion, and they aren't min But I have to ask, if they truly believe that God does not exist, why does it matter to them that I do believe?
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A good answer yet as he eludes to, it is unproductive to not believe, and then try to explain why he does not try to make others not be atheists, when his statement in itself is saying believers are the trouble saying we must respect their non belief
I totally agree. It's typically the other way around - religious folks wanting to enforce their "morals" on everyone else. Keep your worship in your church, stay out of my life choices and we'll all get along just fine.
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