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#63 - anon
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(01/07/2013) [-]
Everyone turns into a theologian or supreme atheist when people post stuff like that. I'm a Christian but I mean there's no need to start a fight over a literal joke he's not saying the bible is wrong so lets all calm down and move on.
#62 - repugnantpug
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why the **** do people keep saying that atheists keep nagging religious people? i mean seriously, are you kidding me? as an atheist i have never seen someone who is also openly atheist going out of his/her way to piss off another religious person without good reason, e.g. jehova's witnesses and street preachers being obnoxious.

i don't care if you think exists, it's about whether those beliefs actually mean that your life make a difference for good or bad.
#117 to #62 - neutralgray
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You haven't observed the people on this site very well...
#59 - darman
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Why can't we all just marvel at the wonders of our world without creating all of this tension. I am not saying one is right and one is wrong, because its not my place, but I would much rather spend my time ;living in wonder than hating in conjecture.
#58 - anon
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Without God, evolution would not exist.
#103 to #58 - heartlessrobot
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Without man, God would not exist.
#52 - trollmobile
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#51 - ushuaia
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#122 to #51 - roycr
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sooo if harry potter could be wrote "thosands years ago" it would be considered the theory of everything?
#123 to #122 - ushuaia
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****, now i understand the red thumbs
I mean the bible was written thousand of years ago before that the theory of evolution, which means the bible is not against it, but rather written on the beliefs of that time
#84 to #51 - chillinwithbears
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lol i hope you're not serious
#100 to #84 - ushuaia
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I have listen to people say that the Bible is against evolution, something that makes me laught because it was written long before that theory was created by Darwin
Of course the bible story of the world is contrary to the evolution, meaning that some christians don't believe in the theory of evolution

I realized my mistake, and it was that i translated support to my lenguage in my brain, which gave it a different meaning. I understood support as a direct thing like
"Darwin is wrong"
#108 to #100 - chillinwithbears
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lol if darwin is wrong then we are all **** cause most of our biological studies are wrong
#75 to #51 - CupcakeMaster
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*roll sarcasm* You must be some ******* genius.
#104 to #75 - heartlessrobot
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**heartlessrobot rolls sarcasm** I think you were looking for this.
#46 - toosexyforyou
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fartsonnuns is a little pussy deleting red thumb comments and all comments calling him out on being a pussy.
#57 to #46 - anon
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haters gonna hate bro
#40 - chopyourhandoff
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Jesus up in dis bitch
add me up on facebook
and follow me on twitter for that follow back
#39 - muchosgustaman
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Anyone who thinks religion and science don't mix is a ******* retard. I'm not saying atheists are idiots, just people who think that religion and science cannot be related, and that if you believe in god, you can't believe science are idiots. around Jesus' time the Bible was the extent of the science at the time. (the word science comes from the latin 'Scire'- to know) And their knowledge comprised of religion and the bible, that was how they explained how the world works. I'm a Christian, and for me, science and evolutuion is an explanation of how god has formed the world (Big bang-Let there be light, Evolution-man being created from dust) I'm studying Chemical engineering, and I'm sick of people coming up to me and saying "but you're a christian, why do you believe science hurr durr?" As Albert Einstein said, "Science without religion is lame, Religion without science is blind."

TL;DR Bible is outdated, Religion and science CAN mix. Albert Einstein knows his ****.
#110 to #39 - thebigcountry ONLINE
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(01/08/2013) [-]
You my friend earn a thumb and my respect.


This makes me very happy
#91 to #39 - cobaltlumi
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You sir are so very true.   
pic unrelated.
You sir are so very true.
pic unrelated.

#90 to #39 - chillinwithbears
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can you prove that god exists is the real question. see you can take god out of science and it will still make sense which means that there probably isn't one. i am not against religion but i think that if you think that there is a correlation between religion and science then why don't you just believe in science and throw out the stuff that you cant prove. what would happen if everyone stopped believing in god and just science i honestly think it would be better for mankind because science has no arguing factions like religion does
#127 to #90 - toadsquad
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i disagree on not being able to prove God exist because you can through reasoning. (5 proofs of St. Aquinas). there are things science can't answer. and the 2 go together. Its not fair to say the world is better without religion because people might fight over religion but its not like the world would even change because people always try to kill and a counterpoint is science creates things like nukes that can destroy millions and people use science just as much as religion if not more to fight. people will fight over anything.
#134 to #127 - chillinwithbears
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i am 100% sure that that the pros and cons in science are far better then the pros and cons in religion. and the only way to have a good debate on god is by having a third party but that would require aliens because every human intelligent human being has already taken sides in this debate. but i would wonder if aliens came to earth and they saw religion going on they might think we are insane
#147 to #134 - toadsquad
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well you can be a 100% sure because u don't believe but if u did you would say religion because eternal life. its not insane at all to have religion. People are actually religious by nature. Thats why all throughout history you see people worshiping and trying to praise to a superior being because we can know that their is something that is greater, that created everything.
P.S. thanks for not being a douche for disagreeing. and actually giving back good arguments points instead of being a asshole
#121 to #90 - anon
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Yes but then you have to ask , if religion is true and after death their is eternal punishment and life, and then if everybody stopped believing in religion (false or no), then we would all be damned to eternal pain and suffering.
#136 to #121 - chillinwithbears
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if their was a god don't you think he would accept people into to heaven if they lived good lives but didn't believe in him. i though god was merciful?
#137 to #136 - chillinwithbears
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is* instead of was lol
#102 to #90 - kafudamapla
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The amount of logic in your answer makes me happy
#97 to #90 - anon
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You can't prove that he doesn't exist either. All we have are theories.
#95 to #90 - cobaltlumi
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Belief in a god does not make for stupid, uneducated people. I'm not saying there aren't whack-o Christians out there, but you can't say there aren't whack-o atheists out there either. You can believe in god AND science. Just let people believe, I mean, who suffers from someone else finding happiness in god? So many people get through depression and trauma through religion, using it as a way to cope.
Science tells people who've lost someone that they will never see them again. Religion gives people hope.

TL;DR I'm not so sure that if everyone suddenly stopped believing in God that the world would Improve.
#99 to #95 - chillinwithbears
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yeah im cool with people finding happiness in god. but when we start wars over religion its stupid which is why i think that we would be better off without religion
#101 to #99 - cobaltlumi
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The Crusades?    
More about money, To be honest. Yes, religion, but also not.    
Though you do have a point.
The Crusades?
More about money, To be honest. Yes, religion, but also not.
Though you do have a point.
#86 to #39 - supermegasherman
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(01/08/2013) [-]
thank ******* god somebody else sees that there is not just black and white
#106 to #86 - heartlessrobot
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Yeah, there's asian and hispanic too.
#113 to #106 - supermegasherman
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#60 to #39 - arnoldnorris
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#55 to #39 - trollmobile
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science and religion don't mix.
#50 to #39 - dcmp
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There is a definite schism between religion and science. I'm not saying that you cannot believe in god and understand science as well. All I am saying is that it is illogical to implement god into already substantiated scientific theories. You cannot mix an untestable hypothesis into an already stable theory. Sure you can say that god spurred evolution, but there is no way to scientifically test or prove that hypothesis, and it is already in bad standing since evolution and natural selection are already pretty well understood and there is no logical place for a deity to be in that theory. I don't care if you are a christian and believe in science, but there is a definite barrier between religion and science. Also I am pretty sure that the romans had a leg up on the whole extent of science at around jesus' time. Seeing as the bible is mostly stories and the romans were had a good grasp on science from what they stole from the greeks.
#178 to #50 - Cambro
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You are using Ockham's razor (that which does not need to be included in a theory is extraneous and therefore should not be included) to argue that God has no place in science. This is only partially true. You are correct that God, the deity himself, cannot be examined by science, but that does not exclude his existence as a possibility all together. Just as saying God spurred evolution does not make a good argument for the existence of God, saying evolution was naturally spurred down does not disprove God. The key issue here is absolute creation. Science does not know how nothing could come to be from nothing, and it is logical that contingent things could not have existed in an infinite chain. In contrary to Ockham's argument, God is not an extraneous addition to a scientific theory, but rather an alternative in itself. As long as scientists have no explanation for what could have caused the Big Bang, your argument can never apply to God. I know about quantum mechanics and physics, but these are just theories right now and shaky at that. Furthermore, if God is this supernatural thing then it makes sense that we cannot measure him by natural means. It is illogical to expect that God could be explained by science.
Also, it is a popular belief that God has guided evolution not with natural selection but instead of natural selection. The argument is this: by natural selection, it only makes sense that a species would acquire abilities relevant to their survival. For instance, by natural selection you would not expect a frog to develop eyes that can focus strong enough to see the surface of the moon. Following this logic how, then, could natural selection account for higher intellectual properties to the brain such as the ability to do calculus? While many say the brain has advanced thro years of evolution, it seems it has actually expounded outside of natural selection's bounds. If natural selection was not guiding evolution in the human brain's case, then what was?
#198 to #178 - dcmp
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I am an anthropologist and have studied in great depth human evolution. While the brain size of humans has increased exponentially since Homo erectus, this does not warrant a divine hand to make. The brain size of homonids is one of the last things to develop, we get animals anatomically identical, save for the head, with the dawn of Homo erectus. There are many theories as to why brain size increased, but it is most likely the product of many factors. Probably the most important one is the advent of active hunting and consuming meat, which would allow for larger brain sizes to develop. Also the climate at around this time in africa was very unstable, changing drastically over relatively short periods of time. A creature that could adapt to different climates without much effort would be most likely to survive. This is where brain size comes in. Being able to solve problems and form social groups was essential to early hominin survival. Over the course of millions of years brain size grew larger as species became more adaptable and more social, eventually leading to us. The advent of a deity, once again, is not neccessary to explain humans, and the fact that there are several different species of humans, even ones that had culture and probably a belief system other than Homo sapiens existed, kind of throws a wrench in the whole creation thing. But the fact of the matter is, natural selection has shaped the human brain, not god's hand.
#45 to #39 - sirbustyabals
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That's exactly how I think
#42 to #39 - sploilerman
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#36 - mistercookie
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Then again, the Pope has already accepted both the theory of evolution and the Big Bang theory, which means catholosism accepts these theories as the most probably thing that happened.

We just have to wait for the Lutherians and the Orthodox...
#76 to #36 - nogphille
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again..

A scientific theory is a body of knowledge based on facts that describes their interaction in the simplest possible way. It is subject to change as the body of known fact changes, but always describes the body of fact as accurately as possible. There may be gaps in a theory, but the body of facts must support any tentative conclusions that are drawn.
#35 - forthewinlol ONLINE
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Atheists =1

Christains=0
#34 - ragged
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This changes everything...


Le contemplating the meaning of his existence anthromorphic smoking sad frog me-me
#32 - emazegenociide
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#31 - anon
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It is unbelievable how atheists nag more than theists.
#26 - ssjlink
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BAM! Now evolution supports the Bible. Don't mess with me OP, for I too can logic.
#71 to #26 - gameshredder ONLINE
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no, this is the same argument, but in Australia.
#25 - shiftyscent
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Just clench your anus and scroll through the comments.   
Prepare your jimmies.
Just clench your anus and scroll through the comments.
Prepare your jimmies.
#54 to #25 - appleboom
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Is that you, dad?
#53 to #25 - romanbowlingco
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"Ha, look at that sad little Octopus."
#16 - felixjarl
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#22 to #16 - tazze
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it's funny because Haruhi is god
it's funny because Haruhi is god
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#6 - mattdoggy ONLINE
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Most of Christianity, including the Catholic church, accepts the theory of evolution
#124 to #6 - TheAmericanCheese
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My friend who goes to a christian private school refuses to believe in evolution at all. Just saiyan...
#120 to #6 - anon
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Only starting VERY recently. What other choice do they have if they want to stay relevant in people's minds?
#114 to #6 - toadsquad
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nothing in the bible disproves evolution
#83 to #6 - arkfire
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The reason I don't believe in evolution is because there is a lot of evidence against it.(youtube links below)
http://www. youtube. com/watch?v=KXU8E4C5SHQ
http://www. youtube. com/watch?v=l1msS71xL00
#187 to #83 - RandomAnonGuy
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Earth is 6,000 years old
He opens with "Two timelines, one which the bible is saying and one which evolution is saying"
No. Geography. Also the bible has no more say on the age of the earth than any other book. Cold hard data is what you need.
He then goes on to explain those timelines. His analysis of the literal biblical timeline is fine, then he gets to the big bang theory and is much less so. He say's it was 20 billion years ago then drastically downplays everything from then til now, as well as completely misrepresenting abiogenesis and how life works. Life forms didn't just "appear", it's a complicated and multi stepped process. Life doesn't have an "interest" in reproducing itself, it was reproducing long before it could be called life. We're less than two minutes in and he's already either lying or demonstrating gross ignorance as to the topic he's arguing against.
Again, his biblical argument is fine. When he gets back to talking about geography though, he talks about the idea that older rocks are under younger rocks (Principal of something or other, I forget) as if it were a law. It's not. It's a principal. A guidline. It doesn't always hold true. Scientists are aware of this, it's not a problem for them.
Oh god no. Oh, GOD no. **** this. I'm 6 minutes and 20 seconds in and he's talking about taxonomy. Worms, fish, frogs, cats, chimpanzee, human is how he says it is. This is much closer, but not even halfway, to how it really is. You need to login to view this link
#186 to #83 - rainbowrush
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We have more more proof of evolution than we do of gravity. I'm sure all the evidence was manufactured just to fool us for some strange reason.

Just watched a lot of the first video, and it's so full of ******** it's funny.
#162 to #83 - RandomAnonGuy
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If you're going to post evidence against evolution, can you please post it in a form other than long videos on youtube? I don't deal with long videos well, my attention span fades in and out. If you've got something textual, I'd be happy to respond to it. As for the videos, I'll do my best, so brb.
#79 to #6 - lordmoldywart
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Catholics also believe in the holy trinity

They can't be taken seriously
#85 to #79 - supermegasherman
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>they are christian
>therefore they cannot be taken seriously

psst, thats wrong
#92 to #85 - lordmoldywart
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What's wrong?
#93 to #92 - supermegasherman
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people who believe in the trinity (most christians) can't be taken seriously.

galileo believed in the holy trinity
#107 to #93 - lordmoldywart
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Most Christians don't believe in the holy trinity in-fact, it's only the Catholics and their sub-branches
#111 to #107 - supermegasherman
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wait, really? well **** o a monkey and call it beavus. i need to brush up on my religions
#67 to #6 - infamoustrapper
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how? like generally curious. because i thought they contridicted (what the **** how did i forget how to spell this word) each other
#169 to #67 - ILikeGreen
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Well, I can speak for myself. I'm a Christan who believes in Evolution. It's been proven, and I do not see why some people choose to ignore it when the facts are there.
#172 to #169 - infamoustrapper
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but arent essential parts of christianity things such as adam and eve and what not?
#181 to #172 - ILikeGreen
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Well, I don't believe most of the things in the bible. I'm close to being a deist.

But a lot of christens just believe in the teachings. Be good to your neighbors, respect other beliefs. (even though a lot do You need to login to view this link church accepts gays coming in, and hearing the what the church has to offer.

I also personally do not believe that just because you are a different religion or, an atheist you are going to go to hell. If you are a good person you go to heaven. But I hate the thought of telling someone they are going to hell. I am no one to say that.
#185 to #181 - infamoustrapper
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Well thats nice of you....but whats a deist haha.
#189 to #185 - ILikeGreen
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The belief that a "god" set everything in place and left the universe to play itself off.
Like evolution, big bang theory.
#149 to #67 - toadsquad
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its not actually not a contradiction. why do u think that
#150 to #149 - infamoustrapper
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because adam and eve? idk i just thought thats what they believed
#157 to #150 - toadsquad
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hears a more you know. God created the world and what not. He does this through nature (big bang). Since God is eternal he doesn't live inside of time but created time. so when the bible says the world is created in 7 days, it shouldn't be taken in a literal way since time doesn't apply to God. then God creates human (evolution) and also God didn't create only one man and woman to start. it just to represent man and woman in the fall of creation. not everything in the bible should be taken in a literal way.
#161 to #157 - infamoustrapper
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idk....no offense but that just sounds pretty loose. i had a word in my head to perfectly describe this and i forgot what it was damn it! like...it sounds like someone backpedaling after...something.....come on i almost had a complete thought! like...hmmm. if you know what im trying to say help me out here because i have no idea hahah. ill comment again at some point when i realize what im trying to say
#175 to #161 - toadsquad
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hahaha not offended and can't help u their but explain how u find it loose. also its not like I'm a pro on the subject but i did study catholic doctrine. and faith in God is needed. also it makes sense God does it this way because God created the world so he reveals himself in his creation kinda like signing a artwork. personally i find it hard to believe God didn't take part in creation and even if u look back u need something to start everything in motion.
#179 to #175 - infamoustrapper
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ok when i say loose i think i understand what i mean now. it kinda seems like people CHOOSE not to take it literally because they dont approve of what its actually saying. but idk who knows how it is actually supposed to be taken. and oh yeah i also have questions about science related to God. like why are the things people are discovering about science and what not so complicated? like he if wanted to....idk like make everything. why not just....make everything. why would there need to be a reason behind everything? idk do you see what i mean? just something i was wondering
#194 to #179 - toadsquad
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yeah i think that sometimes when i look at it too but theres a lot of times you see different interpretations in the bible. like Catholics believe God fully revealed himself after Jesus but man has not fully understand God. i mean i can't say God's plan on how he revealed himself to man. like people spend their whole life studying God so when i study it its not the easiest thing to understand. Though actually doctrine can be almost like philosophies. it can be interesting. i just hate seeing people who haven't read the bible or study doctrine talk about how God can't be real. and like Paschal Wager i think its a losing situation to be a Atheist as my personal opinion
#146 to #67 - rainbowrush
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There is only one country in the world where larger groups of people doesn't believe in evolution.
#148 to #146 - infamoustrapper
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when you say larger groups of people...are you referring to religions being the groups? or...what do you mean. also what country are you referring to
#151 to #148 - rainbowrush
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Christians in other countries than the US almost always believe evolution is either guided by God, or just happened after God created life.
#154 to #151 - infamoustrapper
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but what about adam and eve? do they just disregard it? no offense by that im just curious
#171 to #154 - asongulol
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I come from a Christian family, live in a Christian community and work in a Catholic University. Most of us consider the story as a metaphor.
#173 to #171 - infamoustrapper
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for what?
#184 to #173 - asongulol
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God created man (through evolution); he gave us free will; we should be contented and not be greedy. **** like that. It depends upon your own outlook actually. Christianity is not that strict.
#158 to #154 - rainbowrush
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This varies a lot. Most Christians I know believes in God and follows the teachings of Jesus, but doesn't really care about stuff like Adam and Eve, or if God is real or not. Of course they think that God is real, but it can't be proven either way, and shouldn't be put in focus. It's not like the Bible hasn't been edited a billion times, so the only thing that's important in Christianity is Jesus' teachings.
#163 to #158 - infamoustrapper
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Ok that makes sense. what im kindve confused about is how they decide what is essential to the faith and what they can just disregard
#174 to #163 - rainbowrush
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Christianity is essentially the teaching of Christ. You shouldn't just disregard everything else, of course, but this is what's important. Even here there is some ****. For example, in the Bible it says that you go to hell if you don't believe in Jesus. No one I know believes that, and is one of the things that's put in there to get people to convert.
#177 to #174 - infamoustrapper
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but...its in the bible. i dont see how that could be a metaphor or anything. idk just trying to get people to convert? idk...it just all seems like people are forming their own separate religions off christianity that are kindve like it but picking and choosing things that they feel are right and wrong. this is a very ignorant and narrow opinion fyi haha im not really basing this off much but this is just at face value
#188 to #177 - asongulol
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That's what I like about Christianity. No one really forces you to believe or do anything you don't want. There is no brainwashing. I'm Christian and I don't even believe in heaven and hell. I just follow Christ's teachings. Love thy neighbor. Follow the ten commandments.
#183 to #177 - rainbowrush
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The Bible was edited several times (mostly cause of the Catholic church) long after Jesus was dead.

"Love thy neighbor. Don't care about his skin or orientation. Be accepting of people who are different than you. Also, if you don't believe in me, you go to hell no matter what."
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#87 to #67 - supermegasherman
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not always, no. i mean sometimes they contradict each other but since neither can be truly "proven" then its just accepted that way
#94 to #87 - infamoustrapper
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but...adam and eve. i just thought thats what they believed
#96 to #94 - supermegasherman
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right, so since no one can definitely prove either theory, people actively practice doublethink including myself
#98 to #96 - infamoustrapper
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doublethink? as in from 1984? or was it thought of before that. and thats when a person believes in 2 contradicting things at the same time right?
#116 to #98 - supermegasherman
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yep 1984. you got it. anyway yeah thats pretty much it
#44 to #6 - Lautart
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Well that's interesting. I am taking my Confirmation classes and the first day the teacher made a joke about evolution. She said it's dumb because she can't still breathe underwater. Almost everyone laughed. I died a little.
#43 to #6 - koombine
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How
#38 to #6 - anon
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As arkfire said and was negative thumbed for, that's simply not true. There is an incredibly distinct difference between saying that Christianity accepts the theory of evolution (which is does not) and stating that it's not directly in conflict with many of Christianity's teachings.
#33 to #6 - xeternalx **User deleted account**
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i wish the people at my school would at least read or study a little bit about evolution before dismissing it, but instead they listen to a teacher, who claims a lot of ******** like, "i prayed to a person with Spina bifida, and amazingly before my eyes it bent and healed to normal."
#30 to #6 - anon
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are you sure its not just evolution instead of the theory of evolution. They are different even though some people think otherwise
#7 to #6 - arkfire
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That is not true.
#9 to #8 - arkfire
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I meant most of Christianity doesn't believe in evolution.
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#18 to #9 - spamalope
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....yeah they do....
#17 to #9 - OsamaBinLadenz
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As a Christian, I think here's evolution is a solid theory, supported by much evidence, and anyone who doesn't believe in it is a dumbass conservative redneck.
#10 to #9 - lordlolland
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Most American Christians doesn't believe in evolution.
America is not the only country in the world with Christian residents, nor is it the one with most, but its population certainly is the most vocal about it.
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#19 to #10 - spamalope
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Actually I am an American Christian and solidly believe in evolution :D
#89 to #19 - justthisonepost **User deleted account**
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Sorry about that, I was signed out. Same question as below though.
#216 to #89 - spamalope
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Ah ok
#164 to #89 - spamalope
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Oh here's the way it works, I believe in God, but I believe he made the main roots of all animals. I don't exactly believe in the whole "Adam and Eve" part of the bible, for the bible has been changed a good amount for how long it has been passed on. So basically my theory is that god created Earth but it wasn't just like "BOOM! ANIMALS OUT OF ****** NO WHERE!" It was much more of a soft change
#202 to #164 - justthisonepost **User deleted account**
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I guess, but the Bible says that it is completely true, and if one part is false, then the whole thing must be false. What does the creation story mean, if it is not the creation story?
#203 to #202 - spamalope
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There are many parts of the bible that very well could be false. The amount of times it has been passed down has caused it to change a good few times
#204 to #203 - justthisonepost **User deleted account**
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It's pretty ridiculous to think that the original story of the creation of the world was messed up. Even if it was slightly messed up, there isn't much room for evolution. Also, if one part of the bible is messed up, then how do we know if the core beliefs aren't also messed up?
#205 to #204 - spamalope
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Well thats the thing, we don't. Its scary I know but you have no way of telling whats right and wrong. Hell for all we know we could turn into flying fish people when we die and our god could be a half monkey half hippo monster who eats babies, but we don't know for sure. We can never know until we die.
#206 to #205 - justthisonepost **User deleted account**
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Right. I figure that Christianity has more evidence for it than other religions, because it wasn't created within one time period. The Bible was created over a very long time, and the fact that it's even coherent is impressive. But evolution has a lot of evidence too, so I don't know.
#207 to #206 - spamalope
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Exactly why I have them coexist.
#208 to #207 - justthisonepost **User deleted account**
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But they don't coexist. At least not very well. It's all very confusing. Though I suppose believing that Jesus died for me is the only really important thing to believe in, so I don't have to worry too much.
#209 to #208 - spamalope
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Two major things you need to believe in is God and that Jesus died for your sins. That's all Christianity is. That and avoiding sinning like crazy
#210 to #209 - justthisonepost **User deleted account**
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Well the God thing is kind of obvious. Yeah, I'm not so great at the avoiding sins bit...
#211 to #210 - spamalope
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Same...
#212 to #211 - justthisonepost **User deleted account**
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Porn kinda sucks huh? That's what I have problems with. Other sins are easier to avoid, like being mean to people, or swearing. Well maybe not swearing.
#214 to #212 - spamalope
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Those are my only problems too. But the only ones you aren't suppose to say is God Damn and Oh my God, or just use God's name in vain in general
#215 to #214 - justthisonepost **User deleted account**
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The bible also says not to be vulgar, but maybe that's like a proverbs things, where it just suggests it. Proverbs is a pretty good book, lots of advice in it.
#213 to #212 - justthisonepost **User deleted account**
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Ok, so I have a problem with swearing too
#165 to #164 - spamalope
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*ok
#88 to #19 - anon
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Can you explain to me how that works? I'm in a weird place. I want to believe in God, but the evidence for evolution is undeniable. How can the two coexist?
#13 to #10 - arkfire
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Chinese Christians and central and south Americans as well.
#11 to #10 - dafunkad
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thank you, i was about to say the same thing,