Have you ever meet a religious believer that told you, "I believe my faith is the absolute right...
one, but hey I might be wrong!"
This is a great question reversecharles. First off, no I have never been told this. However, from the looks of our world today, many people are showing that they believe this way. -- They might not say the statement out loud, but their actions certainly prove it. I know of people who have changed from one faith to another. Provided that your definition of "faith" means denomination (and also religion). I think people just want to see change in their lives.
Then you have those individuals who are not serious about their faith and are indifferent -- they won't comit, they just want to say they are in the mix.
This is a really interesting q, I hope other hubbers will respond. Let their be peace on earth reversecharles!
by Eric Dierker 5 years ago
A fine fellow posed a very interesting discussion today. You should visit his pages at http://zelkiiro.hubpages.com/ But I speak to something that came up there. Should religion interfere with straightforward empirical science and the logic and actions dictated therein. In my studies I read...
by Elizabeth 2 years ago
If God is like a light switch in a dark room, why is it so hard to show it to a non-believer?This appeared in a forum post recently:"They are led to stand before the doorstep of a dark room ~ and encouraged to discover if there is any light-switch ('God') inside it. The only way to find out ~...
by nightwork4 6 years ago
Believers aren't suppose to judge others ,so why judge an athiest?it seems one hubber is going full out to make athiests look foolish on here by judging what an athiest thinks without actually thinking before they question. is judging us ok because we don't believe?
by GA Anderson 3 years ago
OMG! (the "G" stands for Gawd, not God) - what is with these athiests?I am not a youngster. And I am not a believer. But I am envious of the serenity true believers appear to find in their life.Now... don't try to proselytize to me, and don't try to prove your faith is the only truth. It...
by Alan 3 years ago
In other words, does the existence of "God" depend upon the mind of Man to support that existence?
by aka-dj 6 years ago
bother posting AGAINST beliefs?If the Atheist can "convert" any believer to Atheism, then, they can be compared to evangelists who do it the other way.Any thought?
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