Forced, restricted thinking which becomes our individual interpretation.
by marinealways24 9 years ago
I am very bored with the bible trained belief system when there is no logic, only faith and interpretation to answer questions in a circle arguement to protect a government separatist god. Now, just for entertainment, I will have a conversation with myself as a non believer and answer my own...
by Richard VanIngram 8 years ago
The short answer is, "Yes."Should he or she, though?My answer , after my own search, long, difficult, very individualistic is again, "Yes." Can I understand why some or many rational individuals would have difficulty with the very notion of believing in any God? Again,...
by Alan 23 months ago
Is it possible for you to "believe in" god, even though you know that god does not actually exist, except in your mind?
by Alexander A. Villarasa 3 years ago
In a detailed hubPages essay titled : "Comfort theories of religion" , the author Thomas Swan flatly stated that belief in God (as are religious beliefs) is counterintuitive. In a rather telling paragraph, he derailed this counterintuitive label when he...
by Cagsil 4 years ago
Hello everyone,Please answer how you choose.The title says it all.Why is there a need for a god?What you cannot control your own thoughts?What you cannot control your own actions?What you cannot hold yourself to honesty?What you cannot hold yourself honestly accountable?I hold no belief in or of a...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 5 years ago
Is religion a philosophy or a way of life?
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