Started by SGOS, April 23, 2015, 09:33:55 AM
Quote from: NakedTracyBlack on July 28, 2015, 07:44:37 PMI'm not sure why a god who created the universe couldn't exist or a god who existed before the universe. That's all supposing that our universe is the only thing there is. There's no evidence of anything more, but it's imo at least a possibility.Of course my beliefs would be considered weird by most.
Quote from: PickelledEggs on April 24, 2015, 12:15:51 AMThat is one long, drawn out way of saying "buy my book"...
Quote from: SGOS on July 29, 2015, 06:35:34 AMI think the exact same thing, and I don't think it's weird: "There's no evidence of anything more, but it's imo at least a possibility."Tell me why that's weird. You know what's really weird? People who believe some cracker headed bullshit on the basis that there's no evidence for it. Now that's fuckin' weird.
Quote from: NakedTracyBlack on July 29, 2015, 04:39:33 PMWell most of my beliefs come from when I'm in an altered state. So most people consider them weird.
Quote from: Solitary on July 29, 2015, 05:35:27 PMNot matter how my mind has been altered by a drug, or by many at the same time, they have never made me believe in a God accept myself. Without myself I am not created, and without myself I don't exist. And me, myself, and I agree! Shrooms did make me believe in hell though when I could see a rainbow halo around my hands while looking at the bones inside my hand glowing red. And one time on Quaaludes, pot, cocaine, I went to France during world war two and had sex with a French prostitute while bombs were going off and speaking French fluently. She never liked wine bottles after that. When I woke up I had a coyote in bed next to me. APA, please explain what a Coyote is for the youngsters here.
Quote from: Blackleaf on August 30, 2015, 08:15:55 PMIf God can't break the laws of nature, then what's he good for? Who needs a god who just sits there and watches silently? And if he didn't create the universe to begin with, did he even contribute anything to the universe at all? If this kind of god exists, I don't see any reason to care.
Quote from: aitm on August 30, 2015, 08:20:34 PMgood start, but a REAL god does not have to break the laws of nature because it does exactly what he wants them to do. He does not interfere with humans because he knows the end of the story before he started it so it is of no importance to him. He started it and then left to do other things, why would he need to watch it, he already knows what happens. Do you watch any movie expecting the ending to be different?
Quote from: NakedTracyBlack on July 28, 2015, 07:44:37 PMMeanwhile, many of those who choose science find themselves without any way of thinking that can give them access to their own spiritual potential.