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|#11 - Indeed. And if you are attributing it to God then it doesn't a…||10/30/2014 on science man||0|
|#6 - I don't think I can agree with this. Because if you're thankin… [+] (9 new replies)||10/30/2014 on science man||+16|
#68 - jukuku (21 hours ago) [-]
If you believe in divine intervention than the logical consequence of this is that god is at fault for everything that happens, good or bad. Your family is raped and murdered? That's god's doing. You won the lottery? God.
If god can control everything why does he allow bad things to happen?
If you need to learn a lesson and he is all powerful than why does he not just make you wise from the beginning, what is the point in suffering if an all powerful being can just create you to be perfect for the circumstances which he can already foresee and supposedly created himself?
Why would god create something knowing that they would suffer?
If god created life while knowing that there would be an unfathomable amount of suffering due to the very nature of life than is he apathetic to the suffering or is he malevolent? If the ultimate fate is for some humans to go to heaven and some to hell than isn't it just better for no one to exist as it guarantees no suffering?
How can a being of infinite love possess the apathy to condemn one to an eternity in hell, often for things they have no control over (being raised a Muslim and not accepting the holy trinity gets you sent to hell according to the bible)
If a god can change anything, even beyond the realms of physical limitation that why would he have so many gigantic flaws in his designs? The esophagus and trachea share the same passage so you can choke to death, why not have a separate orifice to breath from? Why do animals die? Why do living things need food? Why does disease exist? Why isn't everything engineered for permanent happiness?
Assuming god is real, he cannot be both all loving and all powerful given the world we live in. He must be limited in power but all loving or unlimited in power but apathetic and malevolent at times. Suffering wouldn't exist if he was all loving and all powerful, he could just create circumstances where suffering doesn't need to exist for us to learn lessons.
*had to fix typos
#21 - kombee (10/30/2014) [-]
Winning is relative. Just because someone wins a match doesn't really mean that it's good for them in the long run. Even if the person in question might think otherwise, losing could be the better outcome, you never know. That's why one should always be grateful winning or loosing, and think that "this" is the best road you could take. As they say, god works in mysterious ways.
#11 - Vandeekree (10/30/2014) [-]
Indeed. And if you are attributing it to God then it doesn't automatically mean that God is at fault for the other person losing because, if God is a completely fair god, then the one who won was the one who deserved it. And while you can thank someone for giving you what you earned, you can't blame someone for not giving you what you didn't earn.
|#21 - Comment deleted||10/30/2014 on It's a conspiracy.||0|
|#68 - Well yeah but I saved first.... [+] (3 new replies)||10/27/2014 on PC Stupidity||+2|
|#31 - Why are they automatically at fault? Perhaps you're the one wh… [+] (6 new replies)||10/22/2014 on Hate when this happens||+4|
#113 - anon (10/23/2014) [-]
It's faulty because how do you know that you're wrong. Most of the time, the people who complain about this shit are idiots who aren't actually right, but "know" that they are and then get infuriated when their inability to process things logically means that they won't resolve the argument.
#121 - anon (10/23/2014) [-]
"Because some things are objectively factual." Well alright, I can tell you're no engineer yet, but that's a discussion for another time.
But here again you're doing something stupid again however, you're assuming that the arguments are about things like this while nothing of the sort has been said.
#137 - YllekNayr (10/23/2014) [-]
Yes, it has.
You're being fucking stupid by picking at something that's already been established.
That's like if someone said "Whenever the weather's really cloudy outside, I don't need my sunglasses."
And you respond "Who said the weather is always cloudy? Why are you assuming it's cloudy?"
#34 - anonasuser (10/22/2014) [-]
i once had an argument with my ex
i said "agree to disagree" and she insisted she wasn't disagreeing with me
saying things like "i just think it's this way, not the way you think it is"
we argued for 30 minutes before she said "how about i just believe what i believe, and you believe what you believe"
"right. agree to disagree"
|#31 - I watched this recently. Funnyjunk had spoiled all the good pa… [+] (2 new replies)||10/19/2014 on George Martin||-3|
|#155 - Well I will agree with you. Common sense gets in the way of mo…||09/29/2014 on Help me with this guys||0|
|#153 - I never said that everything was equally true. But yes, every … [+] (2 new replies)||09/29/2014 on Help me with this guys||0|
#154 - demandsgayversion (09/29/2014) [-]
I'm not 100% about anything, but even if some crazy shit was true, it goes against too much commons sense and simple observations on our universe to believe. Maybe it was okay a thousand years ago when nobody knew any better, but we know how things work now. They're outdated beliefs that stand on tradition alone, and no logical merit. I don't usually talk about it, because I find beliefs a private matter, inappropriate to discuss in public, but the circumstances of this conversation excuse that.
|#151 - And I can't condone looking down on anyone. A person's words s…||09/29/2014 on Help me with this guys||0|
|#147 - Yes, I read it. You said you hold varying amounts of respect f… [+] (2 new replies)||09/29/2014 on Help me with this guys||0|
#148 - demandsgayversion (09/29/2014) [-]
I hold varying amounts of respect for different people based on many factors, with certain qualities influencing that respect to varying degrees. For example: I look down on people who believe in ridiculous things more than I look down on someone who wears those ugly running shoes that nobody should ever wear. But neither of those are a deciding factor in my interaction with a person (except for a guy that I thought was cute until I saw him wearing his non-formal clothes, which included those shoes, and I haven't bothered to interact with him since)
#151 - Vandeekree (09/29/2014) [-]
And I can't condone looking down on anyone. A person's words should be taken on equal ground with anyone else's because they all come from thinking human beings and while it's easy to get into the mind set that yours is the most intelligent and right brain you've ever read, it's also the only one you've ever sifted through.
But I really hope you aren't serious when you say you stopped interacting with someone because of the shoes they wear....