If there is no God or Jesus, why do people curse them when they get angry?

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  1. Robertbloggert profile image67
    Robertbloggertposted 8 years ago

    If there is no God or Jesus, why do people curse them when they get angry?

    This is just my observation and to me evidence that Jesus is truly the Son of God. Noone ever say's oh F'ing Buddha or Allah damn it? But yet people who have no knowledge of Jesus spout out things like Jesus F'ing Christ and such in anger?

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    ankigarg87posted 8 years ago

    People get angry with himself.they cannot curse them so they curse god that made themselves.

  3. Merlin Fraser profile image75
    Merlin Fraserposted 8 years ago

    "God Knows !"

    Force of habit springs to mind. Man has been cursing the Gods ever since he invented them.

    Your observation that these are curse words is in fact the main reason, because they were literally that 'Curses,.' one man upon another.

    "God Damn You !"  I’m sure you can work out the variations for yourself.

    In England a colloquial expression of shock or surprise, ‘Gawblime ‘ pronounced  Gaw- Bligh- Mee, is in fact a corruption of  “God Blind Me.”

    Like so many other things in language if something is used over and over it becomes common and then the norn...

  4. sweetpea51 profile image52
    sweetpea51posted 8 years ago

    there iis a god and his son jesus and those that curse his name must not fear him or they are just sadly uneducated in his word all are gods children and all should at least make a effort to learn a bit about ther maker

  5. dabeaner profile image55
    dabeanerposted 8 years ago

    How do you know that those brainwashed into Islam, for example, who later become intelligent and give up their primitive superstition, out of habit, don't take "Allah's" name in vain.

    But brief answer, habit left over from early conditioning.

  6. eatfiftyeggs profile image55
    eatfiftyeggsposted 8 years ago

    Why do people who do not believe in Thor or Saturn name their days of the week after them ("Thursday" and "Saturday," respectively)?  This must be proof of the power of the Greek and Roman gods!

    Seriously, weak argument.

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    AKA Winstonposted 8 years ago

    "to me evidence "

    This is all you really have to say.  Proof and truth are subjective, and you will believe what you want to believe and look for proof that supports your case.

    I only hope you are not on the jury when I go to trial.

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