by Jenna Ditsch 6 years ago
I am sincerely curious as to why those who do not believe in the existence of God would spend time and energy to convince others to believe the same? I am asking this respectfully and am seeking true, valid answers--not attacks or arguments. I just want to understand the...
by Peter Freeman 6 years ago
What does it mean to "Believe in" something?I keep hearing and reading people say "I believe in" followed by Gods, Devils, Supernatural forces and even scientific debates, (Creation, Evolution, etc.) I know what "Believe" means and I know what "in" is. The...
by enderw1ggins 3 years ago
The debate is Theism Vs. Atheism. The spirit of this particular thread is solely for a more formal discussion of the topic. There are rules...which obviously can be broken but should be followed out of courtesy.1.) Sources for arguments of fact need to be cited. There are exceptions to this rule if...
by LINEOFPROGRESSION 8 years ago
Believers of a god: What (if anything), would lead you to stop believing?Non-believers: What (if anything), could convert you to belief in a god?
by Eng.M 9 years ago
Atheism assumes that nature is infinite.Religions say God is.what do you think??are there any more similarities between the two??
by Harish Mamgain 2 years ago
How can we overcome fear of death once and for all ?Every person is in the grip of this finality but a very few know the answer of this great riddle,so this is a poser to the whole humanity.
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