by BakerRambles 4 years ago
Materialism, a notion based upon the acquiring of various goods to achieve ones goals. What is materialism however, and how much does the notion impact your life? Would you say it was more positive or negative and why?
by Sooner28 5 years ago
Bishop Berkeley makes this argument (simplified) to argue against the existence of an external material world.1. "Material objects" are simply collections of "sensible qualities" (sensory data).2. Sensible qualities are mind-dependent.3. Therefore, material...
by Thinkaboutit77 9 years ago
For the same reason heaven is going to be so good.You see hell is going to be soo bad for unbelievers not becasue they'll be on fire for ever, but because hell has no windows, no doors, therefore no escape. But what makes is even worse is that it will be a place devoid of relationships and since we...
by Twenty One Days 8 years ago
As I have engaged and read quietly in these forums, it appears there is much 'chatter' of the human mind (brain/soul). As posted many times, the mind once had all knowledge and slowly depleted into a massive jumble of thoughts -consciousness- which believers are still slaves to.I believe renewing...
by maheshpatwal 4 years ago
Should money and material possessions in life be given more priority than the principles of life...in which we believe?
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