Me and a group of friends thought we'd discuss religion for a while. Most of us are agnostic but one two were Christian. I'm agnostic.
We found the conversation interesting and it was fun and engaging hearing each others perspectives.
One very common thing all of us share is our interaction with atheists. Any time you have a discussion about religion God or even atheist beliefs with an atheist. They almost always seem to get angry and defensive and try to end the discussion with their opinion even though it lacks support.
Charles Darwin great granddaughter converting to Catholicism after weighing atheist argumentation vs Christian
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I believe in God and i enjoy dicussing other peoples beliefs and faith. I tend not to be drawn into a debate with Athesists because the ones i have come across are very confrontational and aggressive. I find everytime i ask a logical question they become defensive and angry, it seems to be because they don't have an answer so they become aggressive so as to avoid having to respond with a reasonable logically answer.
I am very interested in the reasoning for their belief but talking to them is futile. They don't believe in God but can't explain why so start to fight and attack1
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because both christians and atheists are oftentimes single minded, unwilling to evem consider the other option, and generally always try to play "holier than thou".
The two anons in here just prove it so far. One of the core rules of science is that Absence of evidence does NOT equal evidence of absence!
In fact, seveal scerious scientific theories have plenty of room for an omnipotent being AND a creator. For example, how did the first particles of big bang come into existance? Your very own laws of nature state you can't make matter out of nothing, and nothing out of matter.
The string theory; it implies there are dimensions above the 3rd we live in (some argue time is the 4th one, and that we can observe it), and it is also fundamental that a 3d being can affect 2d and 1d. Wouldn't thus say a creature in the 6th dimension (to take one be able to affect ours? And since we do not know what the 4th, 5th, and 6th does, then he or she could very well seem like a god to us. To make it more understanding; Let's say thr 4th dimension is time (anyone living in 4th dimension can bend time), 5th dimension is space (anyone living in it can bend space), and 6th dimension is relativity itself (meaning anyone in the 6th dminension can bend existence, and break the law of turning matter into nothing, and nothing into matter).
A 6th dimensional being would thus very much seem like a god to us.
Oh, and about heaven and hell? What if the multiverse is real? And that one or more of them is heaven or hell? or maybe a 6dimensional being simply used his powers to create heaven and hell?
So the whole point of this is to prove that
1. Science DOES have plenty of room for an omnipotent being, but doe to its nature it can at current time NOT be proven wrong nor right.
2. That means that ALL claims of "i know" by both atheists and theists are moot. Because the only thing we know is that we don't know.
Damn, i hate arguing with zealots...0