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View Poll Results: Do You Believe In A "God"?
Yes, I'm a Theist (Believe in holy revelation via a "Holy Book") 58 19.14%
Yes, I'm a Deist (Believe in God based upon the existence of the Universe and evolved life) 41 13.53%
Perhaps, I'm Agnostic (As there is conflicting, or a lack of, evidence you just don't know) 77 25.41%
No, I'm an Atheist (science will eventually understand the origins of the Big Bang/Universe) 127 41.91%
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post #766 of 774 (permalink) Old 04-25-2014, 06:52 PM
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Re: Do You Believe In A "God"?

I will mark you down as agnostic.
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I will mark you down as agnostic.
Perhaps you have other definitions for the words. I found these in the dictionary.


atheist (ˈeɪθɪˌɪst)
1. (Philosophy) a person who does not believe in God or gods
- fits me perfectly


ag·nos·tic (ăg-nŏs′tĭk)
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a. One who believes that it is impossible to know whether there is a God. - doesn't fit as well, since a God is a human attempt to explain the unexplainable I am convinced there isn't one.

b. One who is skeptical about the existence of God but does not profess true atheism. - same thing

2. One who is doubtful or noncommittal about something. - I am not in doubt in this matter

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I love how some think the universe can't come out of nothing but believe God came out of nothing.....
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I love how some think the universe can't come out of nothing but believe God came out of nothing.....
Minor, inconvenient details.



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I love how some think the universe can't come out of nothing but believe God came out of nothing.....
It goes the other way too, if universe could come out of nothing, why not God

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Minor, inconvenient details.
That's because it's an application of logic to something people don't believe can be explained by human logic. I find that a somewhat incomplete and insufficient explanation but I don't think it's inherently hypocritical.

I agree with acacacacademy.
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It goes the other way too, if universe could come out of nothing, why not God
For starters, we know the universe exists. Not god.
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No. I'm ignostic.
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I believe in the Gods
and Satan as creator of humanity
but not in any monotheistic creator of the universe
so in this sense , i'm an Atheist

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