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Monday, May 18, 2009

Profound thoughts on religion:

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Agnosticism is to Religion as Bisexuality is to sexual preferrence. Some people can't decide or commit to one side. OR some people are just morons and couldn't see the facts in front of them. I first approached Christianity with open arms (as a child) because I felt left out. Everyone else was doing it, so why wasn't my family?
My parents were both raised with a Christian presence, but they never went to church for mass (or any other reason besides a funeral, for that matter), and therefore raised my sister and me to think for our own on terms of faith. The allure of the collective wore thin around the time that I entered adolescence and became able to form a thought for my own.
Borderline Agnosticism became flat-out Atheism once I became acquainted with the logic that science was a plausible reason for everything that had happened in history, does happen now, and will happen in the future.
Every day, it seems, someone tries to push their faith on me whether it be in school or public, and every day, it seems, I have no desire to do anything besides ignore their claims or to humiliate them for their views.
According to the logic of the Bible, everytime two people have sex, it is incest.
The race of Man has been depicted as being created in not one way, but at least four.
All races and ethnicities all stem from one man.
Trying to find sense in that hypocrisy is like trying to find a flea in a dark room.
And when you do think you have it, how can you be truly sure?
I elect just to not bother or care, and instead, to live a life of reason.
 
-Evan Hastings aka, ME
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rightkeith wrote on May 18th, 2009 5:01pm

Congrats on your election to not care. . . so you've basically decided to not decide then?

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MetalGS3SE wrote on May 28th, 2009 4:51am

I elect just to not bother or care, and instead, to live a life of reason.


That is exactly the conclusion I reached after years of religious uncertainty.

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Nite` wrote on Jul 27th, 2009 1:41pm

Interesting read - The Reason for my agnosticism is that i've always felt that there is a higher power/level of understanding/plane of existence and that maybe we just have not reached yet ourselves and also that even though i feel there is a higher power all of our various religions don't/can't even comprehend what it truly is. I am not talking about some far out crazy new religion idea all i'm saying is that there is more to the universe than we can possibly comprehend at our current level of understanding. i also feel that we will probably discover more about it through science.
- I choose not to care simply because we don't know and there is no point in following something that will only get disproved over time

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Nite` wrote on Jul 27th, 2009 1:42pm

sorry for double post - when i say something that gets disproved i'm talking about outdated religious ideas and the fact that as we as humans gain knowledge we will slowly reveal the truth

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